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The not-so-manic street preachers

Journalist Heather Tomlinson writes in the June issue of Christianity magazine:

‘Once upon a time, street evangelism meant shouting about son. But there’s a new wave of evangelists who are taking a very different approach.’

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Street Preachers Discriminated Against and Arrested for Preaching at Princeton Train Station

Reported by John WhiteheadApril 11, 2016

URL of the original posting site: http://freedomoutpost.com/street-preachers-discriminated-against-and-arrested-for-preaching-at-princeton-train-station

Attorneys for The Rutherford Institute are planning to appeal the dismissal of a First Amendment lawsuit involving two street preachers who were charged with trespass and obstruction of justice and arrested for allegedly refusing police orders to cease proselytizing at a Princeton train station.

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Sundays in Sin City

When I was a child, I loved carnivals. The excitement whenever one would set up in my hometown to help celebrate some of the major spring and summer holidays was almost palpable. 2,693 more words

Is Street Preaching Inciting A Riot? Legal Issues | Jesse Morrell

Someone posted in the comments of this video that I was “inciting a riot.”

He said:

“You are inciting riots – Under federal law, a riot is a public disturbance involving an act of violence by one or more persons assembled in a group of at least three people.

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More Miscellaneous Photos

It’s time for another installment of miscellaneous photos I’ve accumulated over the last few months. I carry a camera most of the time, a camera phone or a small point and shoot, so it’s a challenge to get high quality photos on the spot. 568 more words


Street "Preachers" at Asbury University: A Reflection

An antsy crowd huddled around the crosswalk near the apartments on Asbury University’s campus could have only meant one thing: Campus Ministry USA was back. This group consists of street “preachers” who use antagonistic tactics, such as yelling about how girls are whores damned to hell if they wear yoga pants, as their preferred method of “evangelism”.   660 more words


Salem, Preachers, and Red Cups

I’ve heard it said that the famous “Witch City” of Salem, MA has five seasons: spring, summer, fall, winter, and October. As a witch from the opposite end of the country, I’ve always wanted to experience that October goodness in Salem. 1,141 more words