Andrea R. Jain bemoaned how a "growing number of individuals and institutions oppose yoga, and actively encourage fear of it" in a Thursday item on Quartz, an online magazine from the parent company of The Atlantic. Despite passing mentions of opposition from evangelical Christians, such as Southern Baptist leader Albert Mohler, the Indiana University-Perdue University Indianapolis professor devoted the bulk of her attention on high-profile "yogaphobia" in the Catholic Church.
The Huffington Post Religion page dug out the latest clip from televangelist Pat Robertson on The 700 Club. Liberals never get enough. Robertson proclaimed “from a prophetic standpoint, every time the United States gets involved in some kind of a pressure on Israel to split their land, there’s some natural disaster that happens here in America."
From his foam-flecked radio studio on Thursday, leftist radio host Mike Malloy repeatedly demanded Robertson die and go home to Jesus: