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More Americans Say That You Can Be Good Without God?

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Reader for the first time, a majority of Americans — 56 percent — say it is possible to be a good person without a religious belief. So says new Pew Research Center data drawn from two polls conducted among about 5,000 American adults in June and July. “God is not a prerequisite for good values and morality,” Greg Smith, Pew’s associate director of research, said in a post about the findings. ” … [T]he public’s increased rejection of the idea that belief in God is necessary for morality is due, in large part, to the spike in the share of Americans who are religious ‘nones.

Oxygen Greenlights ‘Preachers of Detroit,’ Four More Reality Series Under Rebrand!

According to Elev8, Oxygen is expanding the network’s popular franchise and heading to Motown for Preachers of Detroit, set to premiere winter 2015. The series will also focus on powerful themes of faith, family and friendship as these seven men and women of the cloth share their lives, transformations and triumphs in and out of the pulpit in Detroit, Michigan. The prominent pastors include:

Bishop Charles Ellis

Pastor David Bullock 

Evangelist Dorinda Clark-Cole


Pastor Don Shelby 

Bishop Corletta Vaughn

Bishop-Elect Clarence Langston

Pastor Tim Alden

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  1. why people just don't reverence God in their lives no more money is people gods so said the bible says in the last days even the elect will be fooled so I just say to the real people of God stay prayed up and don't get caught up in this nonsense please in jesus name im not judgeing every knee shall bow every tongue shall confess jesus is lord not mockery of the kingdom.

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    1. The two Bible passages that comes to my mind are Micah 2nd & 3rd chapter and Amos 6:1-8.

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    2. Jesus......Wow......I don't believe that any preacher/pastor should be on any reality show.

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  2. here we go again. this why people is stop going to church. I can't blame them.

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  3. Why should preachers of LA be the only ones to show off their foolish behavior FOR MONEY.

    Lord, please don't let them start a show in Atlanta, Georgia.

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    1. Come on Cop you know Atlanta is not too far behind.

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  4. So disappointed Dorinda is doing this. The Clark legacy is so much better than this. smh

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    1. No they aren't. They been clowns from WAY back. The Clarks love that dough.

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  5. I recognize Bishop Corletta Vaughn

    She's the bishop that TRIED to defend the pastor that was laying on top of another man during the consecration service.

    This should be interesting.

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  6. So let's see... Comcast owners and executives will get paid, Oxygen will get paid, the producers and videographers will get paid, advertisers will ultimately get paid, the preachers (directly or indirectly) will get paid, all while the church watch and the world laughs. Then again, maybe the show will result in thousands of hurting people rushing into these local churches ready to give their life to Christ as a result of watching. If so I will be the first to acknowledge this as a major victory for the Kingdom. However, if this show results in nothing more than profits for the stakeholders and personal gain for the participants at the expense of a divided church questioning the credibility of "Preachers" then it will be an EPIC FAIL that profited a few while shaming the church. Only time will tell.

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  7. Hot mess!!! As if we need more ratchetness and you know that's what it will be because that's all that sells.. I'm surprised at a couple of these...smh

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  8. Bishop Ellis is a crook like his daddy. When his daddy died, he left everything to his son,and left his car to the church. The church constantly monitor his parishioners IRS taxeturns to make sure they Tithes were paid. When peoples were losing their houses Greater Grace didn't help.

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  9. Did everyone forget that Detroit is dead broke? So we going to celebrate some pastors, and everyone in the congregation is struggling. That's good for the church. Smh. I guess these people are hoping TD Jakes wins his lawsuit too. Smh, these greedy bastards don't quit Huh.

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