Thursday, March 31, 2011

Pamela Geller is sexually perverted

Pamela Geller is obviously known for her hatred but a little less for her stupidity. She's been banned from PayPal, declared a hater by many non-Muslim academics Richard Barthomolew and Howard M. Friedman. Her hate site is banned in Canadian Public schools and government offices. And her idiocy is noted by the Southern Poverty Law Centre which has listed her as a hater. She's said for Mecca to be bombed, she supports white supremacy, she supports Stalin ideology of massacering Chechen Muslims, and she thinks Obama is the illegitimate son of Malcom X. She frequently appears on FOX and angerly shouts and anyone who disagree's with her. She's a noted liar, for which go beyond even Christian standards. like She's said Muslim have sex with animals, she says there should be mohammad brand condoms, muslims have fire proof dicks and so forth.
From August 08, she rants on Al Jazeerah (for which she surprisingly named Al Jizz).

Now of course who would be sane enough to follow this psychopaths ideology? Well she's allied with Robert Spencer, an extreme Christian and we've seen David Wood post on her blog before. Actually we've seen David regularily send her tips on his ministry. Like here:

Notice how close the 2 have become. So does David support Pamela's idead? Most likely.
PS Pamela Geller is 54. And she thinks she's cool cuz she uses the letters WTF and "fookin nuts" (here she was talking about a boner).
Please visit Loonwatch that tracks her idiocy and Islamophobia in general.
Isn't this stuff getting out of hand?

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Pastor who raped 12 year old had impregnated her

In school we had a guest speaker who spoke about women's rights. She told the horrifying storey of being raped. But she said what was more painful (emotionally) was having to have an abortion. Imagine what this young poor girl went through. May God help her.

NEW YORK, USA (CMC) — A Jamaican-born pastor charged with raping a 12-year-old female member of his congregation has turned down a plea deal that included three years in prison.

Michael Clare, 38, refused the offer from prosecutors, despite “almost irrefutable proof” he impregnated the child, said Bronx Supreme Court judge Megan Tallmer.

“He wasn't interested,” Tallmer said in court yesterday.

But Clare's lawyer, Paul Brenner, asked the judge to consider probation instead of prison.

I would never do that,” she snapped, citing a DNA match between Clare and the victim's aborted foetus.

Clare, the married leader of the Harvest Worship Centre in the Bronx and principal of the Associated Harvest Prep School, declined comment outside court.

Authorities learned of the alleged crimes in June, when the girl, now 15, told her parents and police that Clare had been having sex with her for three years.

Clare, who is free on US$50,000 bond, faces up to 25 years in prison if convicted of first-degree rape at trial.

Prosecutors alleged that he may have victimised other young churchgoers as well.

The judge said his preaching days are probably over, though, since his name would likely be added to the state sex offender registry following any plea deal.

“I don't see how he could continue his work as a pastor,” Tallmer said.

Clare's lawyer said the clergyman will be vindicated at trial.

“He turned down the plea deal because he's innocent,” Brenner said.

But one prosecutor said that was a mistake.

This was a sweetheart offer considering the evidence against him,” the prosecutor said. “It won't get any better from here.”

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Pastor charged with sexual battery against mentally unstable woman

BENSON, NC (WTVD) -- Benson Police Chief Kenneth Edwards said Monday that a church pastor is accused of sex offenses against a nursing home resident with diminished mental capacity.

Benson is about 30 miles south of Raleigh in Johnston County.

Seventy-four-year-old Paul Burke Johnson, the minister of Calvary Baptist Church in Dunn, is charged with four counts of misdemeanor sexual battery.

The alleged incidents took place at Liberty Commons Nursing Center, located at 2315 NC Highway 242 North in Benson.

According to Chief Edwards, Johnson had been visiting with residents of Liberty Commons for about 12 months. Johnson is accused of meeting and having repeated inappropriate sexual contact with a 64-year-old resident who suffers from diminished mental capacity. Edwards said the sexual conduct did not include intercourse, or any other act that would constitute a felony charge.

Edwards said Johnston admitted the incidents to a police lieutenant and is cooperating with the investigation.

According to an incident report obtained by ABC11, a nurse walked in on Johnson and the woman and reported what she saw.

Johnson told the investigating officer that the woman was flirtatious and often kissed and fondled him. He said he responded by fondling her breasts. Johnson said he knew the woman was "slow," but said he did not know her mental capacity.

The pastor was taken to the Johnston County Jail in Smithfield and placed under a $20,000 bond.

His next court date is set for May 6.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Christians massacre Muslims, burn mosques in Ivory Coast

Now who's following the events in Cote De Voir (Ivory Coast)? Well Muslims are the majority, they haven't done anything and Christians aren't happy with that.
The reason for the violence is that Christians don't want a Muslim president. Alassane Ouattara clearly won the election last November, but the suppose-to-be-former President Laurent Gbagbo doesn't want to hand over power. Gbagbo has his own Christian Fudamentalist group (Young Patriots, of Côte d'Ivoire or Congrès Panafricain des Jeunes et des Patriotes) that aim's to kill Muslim women, children, elders and men. Did I mention Ivory Coast is a mainly Muslim country? It's involved in Muslim orginizations like the OIC. And it also remain's very secular.
Gbagbo has his very large Christian terror group, the police and the army while the Muslims are struggling to be supported by the French army (a small unit that's training fighters) and some concern's by the UN.

Muslims face growing attacks in Ivory Coast crisis

ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast — Souleymane Sissouma became the third imam slain this month in an attack so brutal his family members went into hiding, too afraid even to attend his funeral.

As dozens of mourners gathered at a mosque, the twisted wreckage of a burned car lay outside - another sign of the growing campaign of violence against Muslims who widely support Alassane Ouattara, the internationally recognized winner of November's presidential election.

Ouattara, who is Muslim, is locked in a battle with the entrenched president Laurent Gbagbo for power, and their conflict is veering dangerously toward sectarian violence. At least 10 mosques across Abidjan have been set ablaze, and another was abandoned after attackers threw a grenade through a window during prayers.

"Us Muslims, we're not safe. We are the object of every kind of violence. We're afraid. We don't know how this is going to end," said Imam Idriss Koudouss, president of the National Islamic Council. "And we aren't even involved in politics."

Ouattara supporters also have been beaten to death with bricks, even doused with gasoline and burned alive. Cell phone videos of the horrors are traded on the street and broadcast on state television along with calls to arms.

"It's the political manipulation of ethnicity," said Corinne Dufka, a senior researcher with Human Rights Watch. "The root of the conflict is competition for political power and the fault lines are drawn along religious, ethnic and national lines."

November's presidential election was supposed to reunite the country after a 2002-2003 civil war split it into a rebel-controlled north and a loyalist south. But when Gbagbo refused to recognize U.N.-certified results showing that he lost, Ivory Coast was plunged back into a cycle of violence.

The U.N. says up to 1 million people have fled the fighting and at least 462 people have been killed, though Ouattara's camp puts the toll at 832. The vast majority of these deaths were Ouattara supporters who were abducted and killed by Gbagbo-allied security forces, human rights groups say.

"We're afraid. Everyone's leaving," said Abdias Goita, a father of two who waited outside the Malian embassy for evacuation Friday. "My brother had his door broken down by pro-Gbagbo militias. He gave them all the money he had - about 200,000 francs ($430) - but they slit his throat anyway."

During the presidential campaign, little was made of the fact that Ouattara would be Ivory Coast's first Muslim president, drawing much of his support from the north. In the aftermath though, pro-Gbagbo police and militias have been widely accused of targeting Muslims because they are perceived as being defacto Ouattara supporters.

Last week, riot police showed up at Imam Sissouma's mosque, arresting him and his son and taking the offering box. A fellow imam immediately called the interior minister to plead for their release and thought everything would be fine when Sissouma's wife called to say they were back at home, safe and sound.

But Sissouma's wife called back a half hour later to say the riot police had executed him and five other people, including his elderly mother

Interior Minister Emile Guirieoulou acknowledged receiving the call, but refused to confirm the arrests or the killings, because the investigation is ongoing.

"In Ivory Coast, there have never been religious problems, Christians and Muslims live side by side. This tragic incident is a pure result of the political crisis," said Imam Moussa Drame, whose own mosque was attacked in December.

Some 38.6 percent of Ivorians are Muslim, and 32.8 percent are Christians, according to the CIA World Factbook. An inter-religious council, made up of Christian and Muslim leaders is one of the country's most respected institutions.

But xenophobia has long been a problem in this country, which has attracted millions of immigrant laborers from neighboring Mali and Burkina Faso. They came to work on plantations, especially cocoa farms that produce the raw material that goes into much of the world's chocolate. Resolving who would even be allowed to vote in the presidential election took years.

Now armed youth who support Gbagbo are stopping and threatening people at makeshift roadblocks across Abidjan. Those with northern or Muslim names are accused of being pro-Ouattara rebels, and are beaten or killed, activists say.

Human Rights Watch reported dozens of ethnically and religiously motivated killings earlier this month, often carried out by the police or by pro-Gbagbo youth with police consent. Ouattara supporters were beaten to death "with bricks, clubs, and sticks, or doused them with gas and burned them alive."

Cell phone videos of the incidents have been posted on YouTube and Facebook, often accompanied by dehumanizing and anti-Muslim comments.

Fueling the fire is a relentless campaign of what the U.N. has called "lies" and "propaganda" on Gbagbo-controlled state television. The Radio-Television Ivorienne (RTI) is referred to by some foreign journalists as TV Mille Collines, in reference to the radio station that encouraged the genocide in Rwanda in 1994.

In one report aired last week, the anchorman smiled as he described a dozen alleged rebels killed by pro-Gbagbo soldiers in central Abidjan as "culled like little birds." Graphic images of their bloodied bodies were interspersed with images of soldiers giving each other high five and cheering crowds.

"The future Gbagbo proposes for his country is war, anarchy and violence, with ethnic, religious and xenophobic dimensions," wrote Louise Arbour, president of the International Crisis Group, in an open letter this week.

Modern sources actually put the Muslim population at 45%.
But anyways have a look at the Christian terror group site. It's in french but if you have google the site should automaitcally translate for you:

Here's some info on the orginization:

Friday, March 25, 2011

Pastor arrested for raping and abusing 4 women

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - A man living in West Michigan who was previously a pastor in Iowa was arrested and charged with forcing four women to have sex with him.

Rev. Patrick Edouard, 41, is accused of using his position as the pastor of a Reformed church in Pella, Iowa to coerce - and in some cases, physically force - four married women in his congregation into having sex with him between 2003-2010, according to Des Moines station

The criminal complaint and affadavit lists Edouard's current address as in Byron Center. reports he was arrested in Knoxville, Iowa on Wednesday to face three counts of sexual abuse and three counts of sexual exploitation.

24 Hour News 8 will have more information later.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Baptist Pastor charged for having sex with underage girl

Deputies on Tuesday arrested a former associate pastor of a popular Union County church and charged him with criminal sexual conduct with a minor, second degree.

Stephen Douglas Berry, 38, of Jonesville, was associate pastor at New Life Baptist Church, though he was not working there at the time of his arrest.

According to the Union County Sheriff's Office, Berry had sex with an underage girl, but the exact details of the alleged encounter haven't been made public.

Berry was booked into jail on Tuesday afternoon, and as of this posting, his bail had not been set.

There was no public phone listing available for New Life's senior pastor, Shep Bevis, and there has been no comment yet from the church.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Texas Youth Pastor arrested for molesting underage Girl

A youth pastor who has worked with minors in San Clemente and in Texas was in custody Friday on charges that he molested an underage girl 15 years ago, officials said.

Now 47, Joe David Nelms was taken into custody in Lindale, Texas, on suspicion of molesting a girl for three years beginning in 1993. Authorities said Nelms molested the girl in his former home, car and in a church office in Pacific Coast Church in San Clemente, where he worked as a youth pastor.

Investigators with the Orange County Sheriff's Department are looking to extradite Nelms to Orange County to face charges, said Jim Amormino, spokesman for the department.

Investigators began to investigate the allegations March 4, when the victim came forward to officials, Amormino said.
"She said ever since the abuse, she wanted to tell somebody, but she never had the strength," Amormino said.

The victim lived in San Clemente when the abuse took place, but she now lives on the East Coast, Amormino said. She was under 14 when it took place.
The victim contacted and told a former youth counselor of the abuse March 4, and it was she who urged the victim to come forward, Amormino said.
Nelms was working as a volunteer teacher at First Baptist Church in Lindale, Texas, until recently, he said. He was also working at Sky Ranch, a Christian camp for kids and families.

"A long time has passed, but the statute of limitations was waived because of substantial sexual conduct and the age difference," Amormino said. Authorities were also able to corroborate several of the claims, he said.
Amormino said the senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Texas demanded Nelms quit his duties and Sky Ranch when he learned of the allegations.
Nelms is in custody at Smith County jail.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Pastor arrested for kidnapping children

Let it be known Uganda is one of the most strictest Christian places on earth

Police in Lyantonde town in Lyantonde district are holding a pastor for allegedly keeping children from foreign countries without permission from the responsible offices.

The police say Pastor Steven Kamugisha has a school in Lyantonde containing pupils from Tanzania, Kenya and Rwanda and others from distant districts in Uganda like Mbale without proper documents.

Sources say the school is neither registered by the Ministry of Education nor known by Lyantonde district education department.

Police say that they have arrested Pastor Kamugisha to avoid a scandal like Kibwetere’s from happening again.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Albany Youth Pastor arrested for luring teen girl

ALBANY, Ore. -- A former youth pastor is accused of sending a teen girl sexually explicit messages. The Willamette Community Church is where 24-year-old Sean Peter Feltmann worked as a youth pastor before resigning January 15th.

"If you can't trust your pastor, who can you trust," said Jon Bloodgood, Willamette Community Church neighbor.

The investigation of Sean Feltmann began in January just days before his resignation.

"When you have a person who's in a position of power and authority, and a youth pastor certainly fits into that category, that's abusing that," said Captain Eric Carter, Albany Police Department.

A 14-year-old girl's parents went to police, Saying their daughter, a member of Feltmann's youth group, told them he'd sent her sexually explicit text and online messages.

"She did the right thing, she made her parents aware of what this communication was," Carter said.

"You know you think about people who are supposed to be in positions of power, that are supposed to be moral leaders, when they do something like that it never gives anybody a good name," said Garwin Hadder, daughter attends Albany Christian School.

Feltmann worked as the director of youth at Willamette Community Church for a year and a half before resigning.

"They're looked up to as role models and leaders in our community. They should be trustworthy people," Bloodgood said.

"Hopefully that your kids are going somewhere safe and that you trust and so when you hear something like that you're concerned," said Lindsey Chronicle, son attends Albany Christian School.

Church leaders issued a statement saying they are saddened by the situation. They say they have, and will fully cooperate with investigators.

Anyone with information regarding Sean Feltmann or any other potential victims is asked to contact the Albany Police Department. Feltmann was released from jail March 7th after posting $2,500 in security.

Protestant Pastor convicted of molesting 14 year old girl

A jury Monday convicted a Protestant pastor of the Apostolic Christian Church in San Clemente of molesting a 14-year-old female parishioner he met through his job.

Ricardo Avalos Maffey, 44, of Santa Ana, was convicted of five felony counts of lewd acts upon a child and one felony count of contacting a minor with the intent to engage in child molestation, according to a release from the Orange County District Attorney's Office.

He faces a maximum sentence of six years in prison. He is scheduled for sentencing April 15 in Santa Ana, the release states.

Maffey met the 14-year-old through the church and began "grooming the victim by spending time alone with her while the victim was volunteering in the church office," the release states.

From May to August, 2008, the defendant violated his position of trust by engaging in illegal sexual contact with the girl, the release states.

"On multiple occasions, Maffey kissed Jane Doe on the mouth while the two were alone after prayer service or in the church office," the release states. "The defendant also inappropriately touched the victim’s leg and buttocks."

During this time, the defendant sent numerous emails to the victim to arrange future meetings and disclose his sexual urges. Maffey called the 14-year-old "the most bootylicious girl I know," according to the DA's release.

The victim’s mother discovered some of the emails and contacted the church. The church contacted the police.

During the trial, Jane Doe testified that Maffey instructed her to delete his emails to prevent her parents from reading them and told her to email him at work so that his wife would not discover the emails on his personal email account, the release states.

Maffey confessed to police officers, prosecutors said.

The defendant testified in court, however, that he had not engaged in any unlawful sexual contact with the victim; he claimed that he had previously kissed the victim on the forehead and cheek as part of Pentecostal practice, the DA's release states

Pastor arrested for sexually abusing two teen girls

FRUITLAND, Md.- Detectives with the Wicomico County Child Advocacy Center have arrested the pastor of a Fruitland church accused of sexually abusing a teenage girl on two separate occasions.

Forty-eight-year-old Tonto Sylvester Corbin Sr. of Salisbury was arrested March 5 on two counts of sex abuse of a minor, two counts each of third- and fourth-degree sex offenses, as well as second-degree assault. He is being held without bond in the Wicomico County Detention Center.

Court records show that Corbin is the pastor of Jesus Saves House of Prayer and Refuge located at 308 E. Main St. in Fruitland. According to investigators, on Sept. 1 and Nov. 25 of last year, Corbin allegedly had sex with a 15-year-old girl who attended Corbin's church. The victim stated that the first incident occurred at Corbin's home while the second incident allegedly occurred inside the church itself, detectives stated in court documents.

Corbin is a registered sex offender in both Maryland and Wicomico County. According to the sex offender registry, Corbin was convicted of second-degree rape in 2003. Court records also reveal that Corbin served time in prison following an involuntary manslaughter conviction in August 2005. He was released from prison in Februrary 2009 and had been under the supervision of probation and parole agents until his most recent arrest, according to officials with the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.

A preliminary hearing on the latest charges filed against Corbin is scheduled to be held March 31 in Wicomico County District Court.

Canadian Evangelical Pastor arrested for $1 Million fraud

The only reason we put this on here is because Muslims frequently donate to Christian run charities.

An evangelical pastor whose ex-followers say he fleeced them of hundreds of thousands of dollars was arrested yesterday in connection with a nearly $1-million fraud case at a zoo.

Provincial police arrested Mwinda Lezoka, 47, along with two alleged associates, Ruth Eugène, 38, and Jasmin St. Louis, 43.

All three face fraud charges in connection with $978,000 allegedly diverted from Parc Safari in Hemmingford from 2005 to 2008.

Lezoka and Eugène are also accused of forgery.

Eugène, the zoo's former accountant, was a member of Lezoka's congregation, the Bethel Christian Community in Ahuntsic, at the time.

Police charge the trio made 37 illegal electronic transfers from Parc Safari's account to outside recipients, including Actions Béthel du Canada Inc.

The Sûreté du Québec said it opened an investigation into the case in July 2009. Fifteen investigators worked on the probe, it said.

Lezoka also faces a string of lawsuits for unpaid bills, bounced cheques and bad debts.

Last July, a group of former followers passed out pamphlets in front of the church at 211 Henri Bourassa Blvd. E. alleging that Lezoka had talked them into loaning him cash - $142,000 in one case - and never paid them back. They said some members of the multiethnic congregation mortgaged their homes or borrowed on highinterest credit cards to meet Lezoka's requests for money.

In 2008, Parc Safari sued Lezoka and the church for $843,734, claiming that Eugène embezzled $734,734 over three years on behalf of Actions Bethel du Canada Inc., a charity based at the church. Court documents in the ongoing case allege that Eugène falsified zoo president Jean-Pierre Ranger's signature on financial documents and invested part of the zoo's money in a mortgage on Lezoka's home in Lorraine. When the zoo confronted the church about the missing funds, Lezoka promised to settle up but his cheques bounced, the suit alleges.

Other lawsuits against Lezoka concern unpaid bills for bodywork on his car and landscaping on his former home in Lorraine.

Monday, March 7, 2011

Misunderstanders of Christianity murder nun

It looks the LRA, a Christian terrorist militia which is seeking to structure society based on the Ten Commandments is becoming more active in South Sudan. Imagine if they were Muslims? You can be assured that the Islamophobes would be covering this in depth.

Sudan: Lord’s Resistance Army murders nun
The Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), a brutal group that has moved into southern Sudan after compiling a bloody record of human-rights abuses in northern Uganda, has murdered a 37-year-old nun, according to Bishop Edward Hiiboro Kussala of Tombura-Yambio.

“Each day that goes by without a solution to the LRA problem is another day of terror and pain for those of us living under constant threat of renewed attacks,” the bishop told Aid to the Church in Need, as he discussed a recent rash of kidnappings and murders in recent weeks. “The threat of violence widening could stress any new government in South Sudan, ruining the resources of a young nation as it fights to protect its citizens and prevent others from being drawn into the struggle.”

Well this can fall into a few categories. Those verses in the Bible about murdering women, or keeping them alive for rape. Either way Christianity is representing itself. Along with of course the holy spirit.

Friday, March 4, 2011

New Jersey Pastor arrested for attempted Murder of Woman

'Pillar of community' pastor faces attempted murder charge after repeatedly stabbing female reverend in the face and body

A pastor left another pastor lying in a pool of blood after stabbing her in the face and body in what police say was an unprovoked attack.
Reverend Edward Fairley was arrested for the attempted murder of Reverend Simone Shields after he was spotted staggering through the streets soaked in blood and carrying a knife on Tuesday morning.
The pair from Paterson, New Jersey, worked together and were believed to be in a relationship, according to authorities.

It is alleged that Fairley, 59, stormed into the home of a friend of Rev Shields, 52, who was styling the pastor’s hair.
According to an associate, Fairley had called ahead to make sure Rev Shields was there as he ‘wanted to return some personal papers’.
But when he arrived he pulled a knife from his pocket and started repeatedly stabbing Rev Shields in the face and body, leaving her to die on the kitchen floor.
A witness added: ‘After he finished, he walked out calm as ever and starting walking up the street.’

Police were called to the address and taken to St Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, where she remains in a critical but stable condition.
Fairley was arrested for attempted murder and is in Paterson police custody after calmly leaving the property, covered in blood and still brandishing the knife.

Church leaders were stunned by the attack, calling Fairley a good man and a ‘pillar’ in the community.
Rev Chester Taylor told the North Jersey Record: ‘I don’t know what the Lord wants us to look at with this situation.’
While Rev Stafford Miller of St Philip’s Ministry added: ‘I have a lot of respect for him’.
Fairley has been previously convicted for violence.
In 1983 the then Baptist minister was indicted on charges of breaking into his estranged wife’s apartment and stabbing her
, according to a report at the time.
He leads a large congregation at his church, which regularly holds charity events.
On his ministry’s website the former organ player said he wanted to be a preacher since the age of five, but only made the leap after his time in the US Marine Corps.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Sex symbol and follower of Christ

Well we all know about these women who portray themselves as objects, and recieve tons of support from Christian groups. Ex Carrie Prejean who defended her nude pics with the Bible.
Here's a storey about a famous sex symbol that only continued to get praise from Christian groups. Honestly these people are lost and the only place they're going is to hell.

It should be noted women in Christianity are told to be sex objects. See our other blog for all those horrific verses. It's because of the Bible women go on dangerous diets, it's because of the Bible women are targets and victims or rapes, assaults and harassment.

She was one of the most celebrated sex symbols of the 1940s—and she was also a born-again Christian who hosted Bible studies in her home.

Jane Russell was only 19 years old when she signed a seven-year contract with legendary movie mogul Howard Hughes, and she spent most of those seven years waiting for her first film to be released. The Outlaw was produced in 1941 and had a limited release in 1943, but it didn't play to a wide audience until 1946—largely because of a controversy over the way the film drew attention to Russell's figure.

Russell's second film, Young Widow, also came out in 1946, and after that, she stayed fairly busy on the big screen until the late 1950s, co-starring with the likes of Bob Hope (The Paleface), Roy Rogers (Son of Paleface) and Marilyn Monroe (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes) in movies that capitalized not only on her appearance, but on her tough-gal persona.

Russell, 87, hasn't acted in a movie since 1970, but she still grants interviews for documentaries and TV shows. Her latest appearance is in Hollywood on Fire, a documentary (released to DVD last week) about Christians working in the movie industry; for the most part, the film focuses on current professionals—Cory Edwards, Chuck Norris, Eric Close, and others—but Russell helps to keep the film rooted in Hollywood's past, as well.

She spoke to Christianity Today Movies by phone from her home in the Santa Maria Valley in California.

What sort of religious background did you have?

Jane Russell: I gave my heart to the Lord when I was five. And my mother, who had been a stage actress, became one of the best Bible teachers I ever heard. I had four brothers, and we heard a Bible story every day. Things happened later in my life where I thought I knew what I was going to do, but instead, these things happened—I call them the Lord's accidents. They're not accidents to him at all, he's got it all planned, but it turns you around and you're doing something you didn't think you were going to.

Like getting into the movie industry?

Early posters of 'The Outlaw' capitalized on Russell's 'assets'Russell: Yes, because he sure got me in there.

One of your first films, The Outlaw, was held up for a few years …

Russell: Oh yeah, there was a big fuss.

Because the studio portrayed you as a sex symbol? That seems like the sort of thing churches might have a problem with. As a Christian, how did you see that?

Russell: Well, there was absolutely nothing wrong with the picture. The guys had gotten me on location, and I was just trying to do whatever they needed. They had two pails put down and they said, "Now Janie, you come down and pick up the pails." Well, I had the normal costume thing on, so I leaned down and picked up the pails; I had no idea what they were doing, and I sure found out.

I went to the director, Howard Hawks, in tears, and he said, "Now listen, you're a big girl now, and you've got to take care of yourself. And when anybody asks you to do something that makes you nervous, you say 'No,' loud and clear." Well that was the best thing anybody ever said to me. And after that, the photographers would get up on a balcony or something, and they would ask, "Now Janie, walk under here," and I would stand there with my hands on my hips and say "No," and they would pack up their gear and go. It was an amazing time. But all it was about was some cleavage!

Did anybody at home or at church ask you about that? Did they ever say, "Jane, why are you doing this kind of movie if you're a believer?"

Russell: Well, we never belonged to a denomination. It was always Bible, Bible, Bible. And the fact that my mother had been an actress was very helpful. She knew that acting was not of the devil, which some of the churches thought. You weren't supposed to go to movies, in some churches, and we never belonged to one, and my mom knew better. So fortunately, I was not invited out of a church.

How many of your fellow actors or filmmakers were Christians?

Russell: In those days we had what we called the Hollywood Christian Group. It was from First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood. There was a woman that was so smart [Henrietta Mears]. She said "I want the president of USC and the president of UCLA in my Bible class," and she got them both, and then the kids from both of those universities were coming together, even if it was just the boys checking out the girls and vice versa. But she ended up with about five ministers that came out of that group.

You can see the full interview here:

Spanish Christian arrested for terrorism

The ETA is also a Christian terror group. So probly the other guys are holy spirit fanatics as well.

Spanish police arrested overnight four presumed members of the armed Basque group ETA in the Basque towns of Bilbao and Galdakao, Bizkaia. The group is suspected of being behind the murder of the Spanish policeman Eduardo Puelles killed June 19th, 2009 in Arrigorriaga (Bizkaia).

According to Spanish news agency EFE quoting police sources, the four arrested people were identified as Iñigo Zapirain, Beatriz Etxebarria, Lorena López and Daniel Pastor.

Police found several containers full of chemicals used to make explosives after searching Daniel Pastor's house.

Police suspect the four, who had no prior criminal record, were also linked to other attacks in the Spanish regions of Burgos and Cantabria. The bomb attack against police barracks in Burgos left 65 people injured, 40 days after Puelles was killed.

In another residence located on Bilbao Calle Fica, Police discovered electronic material and other part needed for building bombs.

The Spanish Civil Guard began searching the premises of the arrested suspects at 4am on Tuesday morning.

These latest detentions take the total number of arrests for crimes relating to ETA crimes up to 23 in the weeks since the armed nationalist group declared a permanent, general and verifiable ceasefire.

Spanish Home Office Minister and Government Vice-president, Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba, was scheduled to offer a statement regarding the arrested at 10.45.

Attacks attributed to the suspects

According to police sources, the four people arrested on Tuesday formed part of a "legal" commando (meaning they were unknown to Police), and stand accused of being involved, though as yet it in unknown to what extent, in the assassination of Police Inspector Eduardo Puelles, ETA's last fatal victim on Basque soil.

It is also believed that they may have collaborated in other attacks, such as those carried out in Burgos and Cantabria around the same time as Puelles was killed. The most serious attack was on a Civil Guard barracks in Burgos on July 29th 2009, just 40 days after the attack on the policeman, when a car-bomb destroyed the police quarters and left 65 people injured.

In May of the same year in Cantabria, a bomb exploded destroying a transmission mast in the town of Guriezo.

The Civil Guard is also considering the theory that the four suspects arrested on Tuesday may have links to three as yet unsolved bombings carried out in Bilbao just a few kilometres from where Puelles was killed.

Eduardo Puelles, ETA's last fatal victim in the Basque Country

Eduardo Puelles was the last and only fatal victim of the armed nationalist group to be killed in the Basque Country during the mandate of the current socialist president of the Basque Country, Patxi López.

Following the assassination of Puelles, ETA killed Carlos Saenz de Tejada and Diego Salvá, two civil guards killed when a car-bomb attached to their police vehicle went off in the Majorcan town of Calviá.

ETA's last fatal victim before they declared the latest ceasefire was French policeman Jean-Serge Nérin who was killed during an exchange of gunfire with escaped members of the armed group in the town of Dammery-les-Lys, on the outskirts of Paris.