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- Overall, we rate Jesus Daily a moderate Pseudoscience website based on the promotion of health advice that is not sourced or backed by the consensus of science.
Factual Reporting: LOW
World Press Freedom Rank: USA 45/180
Founded in 2014, The Jesus Daily website publishes inspirational and Christian related news. They also publish health news that is not necessarily scientific. Jesus Daily began as a Facebook page in 2009 and has since accumulated over 30 million followers. Jesus Daily was founded by Dr. Aaron Tabor. He is the President of Gene Facelift LLC and Founder and consultant of Revival Products, Inc. According to their about page Dr. Tabor “is the founder of Gene Facelift, a biotechnology lab developing critical gene therapies for blistering skin diseases in children, diabetic and burn wounds, and anti-aging wrinkle solutions. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has funded Dr. Tabor’s gene therapy research. He is the author of Fight Breast Cancer Now, Nutritional Cosmetics: Beauty from Within, Dr. Tabor’s Diet, and Jesus Daily® Interactive Devotional. Dr. Tabor’s pain relief research led to the co-development of OxyRub™, a much needed over-the-counter (OTC) drug topical pain solution.” Further, he is “currently developing natural life extension, age-reversal, memory and Autism protocols using diet, supplementation, toxin avoidance, and exercise strategies.”
Funded by / Ownership
Jesus Daily is owned by Aaron Tabor, MD, and generates revenue through advertising and the sale of his Revival Soy Products.
Analysis / Bias
In review, Jesus Daily publishes inspirational Christian stories such as this: This Nurse Comforted a New Patient, but You Won’t Believe Who He Really Was. They also publish stories giving Christians advice such as this: 7 Steps For Improving Your Prayer Life. Other stories are related to health such as this: Signs that Cancer is Growing In Your Body. While the information in this article may be true, there is zero sourcing to back it up, other than Dr. Tabor’s word. Further, Jesus Daily promotes miracle foods without providing a single source of evidence to back the claims, such as this: Combat Hypothyroidism And Feel Better With This Miracle Recipe. A search of Dr. Tabor’s Revival Soy brand shows they are not accepted by the Better Business Bureau and a search for scientific studies shows there are None in the Last 5 years that demonstrate its efficacy.
In general, Jesus Daily publishes unsubstantiated stories that lack proper sourcing. They also do not publish political news.
Overall, we rate Jesus Daily a moderate Pseudoscience website based on the promotion of health advice that is not sourced or backed by the consensus of science. (D. Van Zandt 3/2/2019)
Last Updated on October 23, 2020 by Media Bias Fact Check