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The Christian comic brings his downfall into his new releases, while victims say they're still waiting for repentance. The aftermath of the scandal that shook John Crist’s career has become part of his comedy, turning his lessons learned into new material and his experience with “cancel culture” into a punch line.This month, the popular Christian comedian released a full-length special on YouTube and announced a book due out in October. His debut Netflix special and his first book were pulled after a 2019 Charisma investigation uncovered a pattern of manipulation and sexual harassment of female fans.Since returning to the stage and social media, Crist has discussed his downfall and four-month stint in rehab, even making off-the-cuff references to his alleged misconduct.During a performance in February 2022, for example, a woman shouted at the stage from the audience. Crist responded, “Love you, girl!” before pretending to catch himself. “That’s how I got in trouble last time,” he joked. He posted the clip to his YouTube channel and social media, where he has built a fan base of millions through jokes and satire rooted in evangelical culture.In a Q&A last weekend, the comedian also told his 1.1 million Instagram followers that he “wrote a book in 2019 but then I got canceled rip.” Crist said his upcoming book—Delete That: (and Other Failed Attempts to Look Good Online)—will recount the story from his perspective.Crist has blamed his “own horrific choices” and apologized for disappointing followers when he had to step away to address “sexual sin and addiction struggles” and get sober. He hasn’t publicly acknowledged the women who say they were hurt by his behavior, however, and victims and their advocates say he has not apologized.Crist’s ...Continue reading...
The Christian comic brings his downfall into his new releases, while victims say they're still waiting for repentance. The aftermath of the scandal that shook John Crist’s career has become part of his comedy, turning his lessons learned into new material and his experience with “cancel culture” into a punch line.This month, the popular Christian comedian released a full-length special on YouTube and announced a book due out in October. His debut Netflix special and his first book were pulled after a 2019 Charisma investigation uncovered a pattern of manipulation and sexual harassment of female fans.Since returning to the stage and social media, Crist has discussed his downfall and four-month stint in rehab, even making off-the-cuff references to his alleged misconduct.During a performance in February 2022, for example, a woman shouted at the stage from the audience. Crist responded, “Love you, girl!” before pretending to catch himself. “That’s how I got in trouble last time,” he joked. He posted the clip to his YouTube channel and social media, where he has built a fan base of millions through jokes and satire rooted in evangelical culture.In a Q&A last weekend, the comedian also told his 1.1 million Instagram followers that he “wrote a book in 2019 but then I got canceled rip.” Crist said his upcoming book—Delete That: (and Other Failed Attempts to Look Good Online)—will recount the story from his perspective.Crist has blamed his “own horrific choices” and apologized for disappointing followers when he had to step away to address “sexual sin and addiction struggles” and get sober. He hasn’t publicly acknowledged the women who say they were hurt by his behavior, however, and victims and their advocates say he has not apologized.Crist’s ...Continue reading...
In Psalm 101:2 David promises himself: “I will behave myself wisely in a perfect way.” I believe He tried to live by that motto most of his life. Otherwise, God would have never called him “a man after My Own Heart!” (Acts 13:22) But one day David met a “fool,” a wicked and selfish and […]
News from Christians around the world.Televangelist’s organ restoredA pipe organ made famous on Robert H. Schuller’s Hour of Power television program has been restored for $3 million. “Hazel,” as the organ is called, was taken apart and sent to Italy for repairs in 2013. Since then, Schuller, who started a church at a drive-in movie theater in 1955 and paved the way for a generation of megachurch ministers, has died. Schuller’s drive-in and walk-in church, “The Crystal Cathedral,” has undergone a $72 million renovation and is now a Roman Catholic church. The reinstalled organ has 17,000 pipes and is the fifth largest in the world.New Methodist church plannedThe United Methodist Church has delayed for a third time a meeting to consider a proposed denominational divide, citing COVID-19. The move has prompted some conservatives to announce they will not wait any longer. A new denomination is launching in May. Organizers hope the Global Methodist Church will provide a home for those who maintain a traditional stance on LGBT issues. The topic of homosexuality has come up at every quadrennial conference since 1972, when the denomination decided LGBT people “are individuals of sacred worth” but Christians should “not condone the practice of homosexuality.” Some experts say about 2 million adherents will align with the new denomination in the US, more than 6 million in Africa, and around 150,000 from the rest of the world.Guatemalan Congress defines marriage, family, and genderA new law defining the meaning of marriage, family, and gender passed Congress with 101 yea votes, 8 nays, and 51 abstentions. The law, which was first considered in 2019, had the strong support of the Guatemalan Christian Ministerial ...Continue reading...
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