If you've thought "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" could use with a little bit of scripture, then maybe "The Sisterhood" is for you. The new TLC reality series follows several pastors' wives, but their proximity to their churches does very little to curb their outrageous behavior. It just means God is a big part of it.

It was scripture that was the issue with Tara, who is a recent transplant from Los Angeles. She apparently talks to everyone almost exlusively in scripture, which didn't sit very well with Domonique. After all, she's talking to people who know their scripture just as much as she does. And Domonique didn't hesitate to set Tara straight on this issue.

"Now, if I’m talking to my spiritual daughter or I’m talking to another person I’m trying to convert, yes I’m going to give them a scripture," she told Tara. "But I don’t need to give you the scripture, because you know the scripture!"

Tune in for more with "The Sisterhood" every Tuesday at 9 p.m. EST on TLC.

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