July 6, 2015: Pure Flix Insider: Amazing Grace … On Broadway!
As Billy Hallowell wrote on The Blaze last fall: “‘Amazing Grace’ is unique for a great many reasons, but among them is its focus on faith — a theme that’s very rare in the theater world.”
Apr 5, 2015: Danthropology: The Blaze’s Billy Hallowell writes open letter to Americans and gets discrimination all wrong
This week The Blaze’s Faith editor Billy Hallowell wrote an open letter to all Americans titled, An Open Letter to Outraged Americans: Your Mob Mentality on Gays and Religious Freedom Must Stop.
Sept 30, 2014: Billy Hallowell: The Blaze: Pastors Joel and Victoria Osteen Claim You’re About to See an Entirely Different Side of Them
Sept 15, 2014: Right Wing Watch: Dobson: Gay Marriage Could Cause 'The Entire Superstructure Of Culture' To Collapse
James Dobson recently sat down with Billy Hallowell, the Faith and culture editor at Glenn Beck's "The Blaze" website, to discuss Dobson's most recent book, "Your Legacy: The Greatest Gift."
July 18, 2014: Billy Hallowell: The Blaze: Pastor’s Tough Words About the Religious Right and Evangelicalism: ‘Big-Time Damage to the Brand of Christianity’
May 10, 2013: Examiner: Billy Hallowell accuses imam of damning Seal Team 6 members to Hell
Yesterday on Glenn Beck's The Blaze, Billy Hallowell authored an article with the following headline: DID AN IMAM REALLY USE ARABIC PRAYER TO COVERTLY DAMN FALLEN SEAL TEAM 6 MEMBERS TO HELL DURING THEIR FUNERAL?
Apr 28, 2013: Dr Gina: Billy Hallowell’s Firsthand Account of the Gosnell Trial on the Dr. Gina Show
TheBlaze.com’s Faith Editor Billy Hallowell was in the courtroom this week at the Gosnell trial bringing us the news that you will hear nowhere else. He joined Dr. Gina on the show to fill us in…
Apr 24, 2013: The Final Staff: A Memo to Glenn Beck ...
Recently you and your staff writer Billy Hallowell launched both a verbal and a written rant in which you ridiculed the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan’s call for the Black community to unify in order to address the myriad of ills that are plaguing our community.
June 21, 2012: Values & Capitalism: The RJ Moeller Show: Billy Hallowell and Chris Horst
First up, RJ spoke with Billy Hallowell, the Faith and Culture Editor for the TheBlaze.com, about life as a journalist, the recent push by Sojourners for immigration reform, and other hot topics.
ON THE RECORD: Jan 29, 2014: Billy Hallowell (The Blaze) reports that "Pat Robertson Reveals Plan That Could Have a Profound Impact on Christian Education." Pat Robertson is the founder and chancellor of Regent University, a faith-based college in Virginia. Hallowell reports: "Regent, which pledges to offer “Christian leadership to change the world,” recently launched a new open online platform called LUXVERA, which means “light and truth” — an education tool that offers free college courses and a series of talks from political, legal and religious minds." The platform is currently free for anyone who wishes to gain access and new classes will be added in February. "Eventually, Robertson said the goal is to have “courses that will lead to a four-year baccalaureate degree. LUXVERA, he said, was created to meet the widespread demand for college education that exists around the globe."
CBNN1: Pat Robertson’s New Online Platform, LUXVERA, Will Transform Christian Education
Christian Post: Pat Robertson's Regent University Partners With TD Jakes for Education Initiative
National Review: Pat Robertson Joins the MOOC Revolution
The College Fix: Pat Robertson Launches Free Online College
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Jul 19, 2022: Hallowell on media bias: ".....bias is fine as long as you know it's there. If you're telling me that CBN is a Christian news site, right, I'm going to expect certain stories are going to be chosen because that's what is going to be focused on. If you're telling me that the Blaze is a conservative say, I know that going into it right. The problem is when the mainstream media and all these other outlets go out and say, “We have no opinion, we have no perspective, we're being fair.” And the reality is they live in urban areas. They're completely colored by the culture around them, and they're believing this lie that they've been fair when they're not. That's where the real problem is, and I would actually argue,
I think a lot of people assume this is intentional and some of it is right. But I think the vast majority of bias in some people may not agree with me here, but is actually unintentional. It's a result of our worldview around us. And if you only know a certain group of people, then you're going to think the other people are weird and strange. And so this is why Christians and others have been framed the way that we have been in those mainstream outlets. So bias. Your initial question, what do we need to do? We need to be aware of it.
And I think for me, if I'm going to read Fox News, I think it's fine for me, even if I don't agree to go over to MSNBC and look at what they're saying, because how can I understand what I really believe if I don't understand what the other side is saying about it and I don't want to miss those details, I want to understand that it's not going to change my view, but it's good to get that healthy balance."