Joel Osteen says a lot about American Christianity … interesting.
Ya’ don’t say.
— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) August 31, 2017
What about that whole not basing a religion on the actions of one man, you know, the talking point the Left constantly uses to defend Islam?
It's good to judge an entire religion based on the actions of one bad guy https://t.co/HH7ODPUIGD
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) September 2, 2017
While a Muslim blowing himself up at a children's concert or driving a van into 50 ppl says absolutely nothing about Islam https://t.co/EZdj0CyUnN
— Mujahed Kobbe (@Moj_kobe) September 1, 2017
Don’t be ridiculous, the only time we can blame the actions of one man on a whole religion is when it comes to Christianity.
@buzzfeed so will your next headline be 'Lone Muslim terrorist fiasco says a lot about Muslims in America'
— Mike Grimm (@DontbesoGrimm) August 31, 2017
Wouldn’t hold your breath on this one.
No! It says a lot about Joel Osteen!! He does not speak for my beliefs as an American Christian. Do not judge all by the behaviors of one.
— Gina Pate (@Pate15Gina) August 31, 2017
No sorry, we can’t look at the actions of one man as his actions alone … when it comes to Christianity.
Dude literally no other church is like this. My church literally lets homeless people sleep in the pews… buzzfeed 😒
— Kenley Everett (@KenleyGalaxy) September 1, 2017
Quiet you, you’ll distract from their narrative about evil Christians.
The Joel Osteen fiasco says a lot about Joel Osteen 😂
— Coy Ferrell (@coy_ferrell) August 31, 2017
The fact that you are somehow viewed as a trusted source of news reflects very poorly on American liberals.
— John Doiron (@jfd1965) September 2, 2017
Hey, we see what you did there. Clever.
Investigate Linda Sarsour ripping off donations from Houston.
— I Hate The Media (@ihatethemedia) September 1, 2017
RIIIIIIIGHT, they’ll get right on that.
actually it says a lot about Osteen. I'm an atheist but even I can easily discern he has nothing to do with actual Christianity
— bobby parnell (@bdp514am) August 31, 2017
When you’ve lost the atheists? Fail, Buzzfeed.