False rumors about a Texas church melting gold to make a statute of President Donald Trump started with a website that publishes works of “Christian news satire.”
Rumors about a cross that did not burn in Southern California wildfires in 2017 is true — and similar accounts were documented in 2009 and 2014.
“A Gentle Reminder from Pope Francis” is an inspirational commentary making the rounds on social media that has been incorrectly attributed to the Pope.
False claims that Joel Osteen sailed through Houston on a luxury yacht handing out copies of his book came from a website that publishes Christian satire.
Muslims Demand Removal of “The Perfect Man” Billboard-Truth! & Fiction! Summary of eRumor: Muslim groups demanded that a “Perfect Man” billboard that’s critical of the Prophet Mohammad be taken down.…
A hotel in Switzerland posted signs urging Jewish guests to shower before using the pool and later took down the signs and apologized.
Justin Bieber didn’t tell a Bible study class that the music industry is run by pedophiles, a website that fabricates reports is behind the rumor.
Pope Francis’s comments about the importance of the church in 2014 were misrepresented as “a personal relationship with Jesus is harmful and dangerous.”
A satirical website is behind false reports that a federal judge ordered Christian musician Chris Tomlin to stop altering hymns with catchy choruses.
A meme falsely claims that Donald Trump wrote in his 1987 book “The Art of the Deal” that being an atheist gives him a business edge over Christians.