The host of the marital celebration began to grow nervous when she realized she had left the wine out even though all her Baptist friends were coming over for the reception, and mentioned her predicament to MacArthur. “Woman, why do you involve me? I brought my own Dasani, just in case there were alcoholic beverages,” the pastor replied sternly. But MacArthur eventually relented and agreed to help her.
In an effort to expand his following among 2-to-4-year-olds, prophecy expert and pastor John Hagee released his first children’s book Friday, the much-anticipated Goodnight Blood Moon. The book will convey Hagee’s patented take on dispensational prophecy in a simple, easy-to-read format that’s “perfect for freaking your kids out at bed time.”
A team of Baptist archaeologists just announced they have discovered a bottle of Welch’s grape juice near the site of the Last Supper, where Jesus and His disciples famously celebrated Passover in the Upper Room. The 2,000-year-old, discarded bottle of 100% grape juice appears to have been used in lieu of wine at the traditional Jewish meal.