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Quote# 140

What you refuse to do is to acknowledge intelligent design when it comes to all of creation. You look around you and see these things and can't help but admit to the intelligence of their design. Ok, maybe you can, but not honestly I don't beleive. Chance just isn't that good, and if you disagree, take your entire life's savings to the nearest casino and put it all down at the roulette wheel and let's see just how much you trust chance to be in your favor then.

<p>What the real problem here is that people refuse to acknowledge God, therefore something else, anything else, we'll think of something, had to have been behind creation. Nevermind that it shows all the markings of great intelligence behind it. We can refuse to admit this and move on with our theories and claims.

<p>I'm afraid my commonsense overrides this nonsense!

EarlyCall, Bibleforums.org 9 Comments [6/24/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 139

Evidence of evolution is just too scanty. And specifically evidence that humans evolved from any other form. Yes there have been many various forms of bipedal creatures that resemble humans but not one shred of hard evidence that there was ever a transition from one form to another except for manufactured evidence by people who were desperately trying to find substantiation to a pre existing theory. Case in point is Lucy, manufactured from a couple fragments that were not even found on the same site but actually miles apart.
Intersting to note is that anthripological evidence of the present species of humans cannot be found that is much older than what Biblical origens would dictate. Now I realize this is arguable at some level and I am just a casual scholar of such things, but as far as I know Kenniwick man is the oldest know human found in our country and if I remember right he was dated back some 6000 years.


J.B., Bibleforums.org 10 Comments [6/24/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 138

They start w/ Pokemon, and then get into this. In my opinion Pokemon is pretty harmless. Almost all the characters are just kind of cute. The only problem I have w/ Pokemon is the characters evolve into other characters. We've had discussions about how things DON'T evolve, but I do let him play w/ that. I know some would not agree w/ letting him, but I've looked at it all and I don't really have a problem w/ it. He has to be able to do some things.

C. Little, Rapture Ready 16 Comments [6/23/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 137

[Replying to "Can you point to a post where an atheist "defends" Islam? Just for discussion."]

<p>MustafaTerrorist: Allah is the greatest.

<p>HouseApe: Those who criticize Islam are stupid, it is a religion of peace unlike the unholy Christian *******s.

<p>Seriously now, you know you defend Islam a hell of a lot against christian Attacks. Why is this? Are you proud of your Atheistic Heritage in slaughtering 6 year olds?

QuintiliVareLegionesRedde, Christian Forums 10 Comments [6/23/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 136

Atheists, the proud Officers of Islam, with their footsoldier Agnostic Allies manning the front line, are prone to defend Islam against attack on forums such as these, why do you think this hypocrisy shows itself as such? Have they not read the Quran?


QuintiliVareLegionesRedde, Christian Forums 12 Comments [6/23/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 135

I much prefer the savor of arterial blood from the jugulars of liberals and atheists (two forms of parasites that the world be infinitely richer without).


DoctorDoom, Free Conservatives 15 Comments [6/23/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 134

[Replying to "I go to a United Methodist church, but I am working on dropping out of that church and finding another."]

<p>I agree withn possibly leaving the Methodist Church. They are quite surportitave of the homosexual lifestyle as well as women in the ministry which is unbiblical.

OnSolidRock, Christ Is Alive 6 Comments [6/22/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 133

Cartoons are becoming darker
Yesterday I was sitting there watching cartoons with my daughter, the little girl in the cartoon was being bad...as she was walking a little devil was directing her, and she was listening to it....and then a comercial came on and it was a wendy's comercial...and the hamberger fell through the floor, and burned through the ground and went down into hell where the devil was, and it was still to hot for even the devil to touch...What is up with all of these Demonic things showing on t.v. Do you think it is a sign of the soon return?

kvat3r, Rapture Ready 23 Comments [6/22/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 132

As far as saying our faith affects so much in everyone's life style...I don't know about your country except what you have said, but here, our country WAS founded on the Christian faith so it is deeply ingrained in everything....and anyone living here should just expect that...though I have to say that our faith isn't nearly affecting things like it did even a 100 years ago. Our influence is schools is almost nile now since prayer have been removed, the Ten Commandments removed...a kid can get into trouble for saying God or Jesus outloud....but wiccan and other reglion ARE catered too now...

moonglow, Bibleforums.org 10 Comments [6/22/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 131

I think its important for Christians to be aware of these myths [Mithraism and the early mystery religions] so they aren't taken off guard when its presented to them....so it doesn't shake their faith. One of the things athesit do is laugh at us when we aren't aware of these things saying, how do you know YOUR reglion is the right one if you haven't investagated these others? Part of that is to lurer you to learn about other reglions (and they hope you decide one of them is better then your own). But they try to claim these other reglions are proven just as much as ours....like for instance Budda was a real man and did live...though as far as some of the so called mircle he did, that is much harder to prove. With Jesus and His mircle there were many witnesses and man of the places and people in the bible are proven historically outside of the bible.

moonglow, Bibleforums.org 8 Comments [6/22/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 130

it seems ovious to me if you are a christian then you defently havent read the bible. and heres more proof, scientists have found footprents of human and dinasaur alike walking side-by-side, can you explain that!?

fire_of_jesus, Debating Christianity 9 Comments [6/22/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 129

So instead I should listen to similar men who think they have it all figured out because of a particular interpretation of the geological column????

<p>Or a story of how some silica-rich clay turned into little greasy bits...then began to eat each other????

<p>Does anyone have a hotline to the past so we can watch evolution? Perhaps a time machine? (just don't set it past 6,000 years)

YEC, Debating Christianity 2 Comments [6/22/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 128

Titanic scarred me for life and I can never view s-x as a positive thing. [tut tut smiley].

Jiggy37, Rapture Ready 38 Comments [6/22/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 127

When I see a PG-13 rated movie I have to read the fine print to see if it is rated like that because of violence, language, or adult situations. If its the latter two, I skip it.

Maria, Rapture Ready 27 Comments [6/22/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 126

There is a lot of evidence supporting the idea that the end times and the rapture are very near to happening. for example, the United Nations fulfill the prophesy that very near to the end times, the world will be united as one, and there will be peace on the earth(even though we're a long way from peace). also, barcodes, credit cards etc. are an early warning to the mark of the beast being used to pay for all of our expenses. In college station, Texas, there are stores where you can pay for your groceries, appliances, etc., with your thumbprint. So what does everyone else think? Are the end times and Judgement Day near?


axeplayer, Debating Christianity 12 Comments [6/22/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 125

[<a href="http://www.freeconservatives.com/vb/showpost.php?p=274471&postcount=2" target="_blank">Post 1</a>] God is not going to let Terri's death go unpunished. there are hard times ahead for America.

<p>[Post 2] jusdt don't be surprised if we have a worse hurricane season than usual this year, or maybe earthquakes, tornados, etc.

BarryG, Free Conservatives 3 Comments [6/22/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 124

With all that I have done to try and plant seed for the here & now need for Salvation, I have also done all I know to do to continue the Lord's work even after the Rapture occurs. About 2 years ago I got a strong urgency to strip down my possesions to the bare basics. My family has a very limited budget, living paycheck to paycheck, but even so, I felt the need to simplify my life the best I could. Now that the notebook & the letters are all finished, (just adding as I find info I think will be useful) & now that my life is about as simple and basic as it can be, I now find myself with a new constant & strong urgency. To gt my house clean. I mean clean it top to bottom and do my very best to keep it that way. [...]

<p>Can anyone help me understand this urgency? Has anyone or is anyone else feeling this same urgency?

<p>Don't get me wrong, my house was presentable, it was tidy and neat the majrity of the time. But, now I have this constant and continuing urgency to keep it very organised and very clean. You know how you clean your house spic & span before a special guest or guests come by? or how you might clean extra well right before you go on a long trip so that when you return you come back to a clean and tidy house? Well, that is what I feel the urgency to do with my house. Only thing is... I don't have plans for anyone special to come over and I have no plan on going on a trip.

<p>I do believe the Rapture will be coming soon & that Jesus will call us all home, but will He really care if my house isn't tidy?

Summerset276, Rapture Ready 2 Comments [6/21/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 123

They want to equate evolution with biology and biology with science, so that anyone who dares question evolution is an enemy of science. This is pure, undiluted nonesense. Biology does not need darwinism, is doesn't need the single common ancestor model, it doesn't need fossils, it doesn't need a lot of old dirt and rocks. Biology is the study of living systems, not dead relics and by the way, biology tells us nothing about our primordial past.

<p>They have made a radical and hotly contested suggestion to the Kansas State School Board that has evolutionists running for cover. Teach students biology and the other natural sciences and let them decide for themselves if it's God's handywork or pure chance. Just outragous.

Phaedrus, Evolution Fairytale Forum 5 Comments [6/21/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 121

Einstein believed in God. Shouldn't you?

Uncle El, Computer Talk WithTab 14 Comments [6/21/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 120

If God's Word is full on contradictions, how can we as Christians have confidence in our in faith which is based on the Word of God? Romans 10:17.

JollyRoger1970, Bibleforums.org 9 Comments [6/21/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 119

In my understanding, most supporters of the big bang theory, claim that it happened by itself, i.e. that there was no God involved. Since they can't show another event of this kind, they say it is a singularity.Yet they deny that Jesus Christ could have been a singularity.

chal, Bibleforums.org 14 Comments [6/21/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 118

I also understand that the man who 'discovered' carbon dating, the crux of evolutionism, stated that the regular decay of the carbon atom was only 'reliable' up to about 10,000 years, and even that was iffy. So where does that put the age of the universe?

Tamararc, Bibleforums.org 18 Comments [6/21/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 117

Hi Soupy, My above posts have covered much of what I can say. My Doctoral theses was snatched up and classified so it is difficult for me to enter a fray in comparison with the prevalent astronomical, and physical journals, as they are not privy to the science that goes on in the "black" world. My theories combine quantum, and relativity into a single theory. It is called the theory of Triangularity. All of creation is manifested in a triangulated symmetrical 9 dimensional matrix. The system includes all of the large, Universal level and small subatomic level manifestations of matter and energy, time, and space, Gravity and, fundamental forces of the universe. Each is interconnected through a single source. All things are triangulated in their manifestation, duel in their nature, and one in purpose. Each triangle connects to every other triangle in a 9-D formation. This explains the Unified field theory, and the theory of everything. One problem academia has with finding the theory of everything is that they fail to take into account everything. By leaving the possibility of a Creator out of the picture they are missing half of the universal manifestations, which brings it all together. Once the duality of the physical/Spiritual is understood then the electron entanglement, spooky action, temporal relativity, and the possibility of eternity/infinity come into play thus forming a complete picture of all physical, spiritual, and multiversal /multitemporal manifestations become a singularity allowing for all the phenomena that we observe from our 3 ½ dimensional perspective. I hope this helps because I can't go much farther that I have.

DrRoi, Bibleforums.org 28 Comments [6/21/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 116

Some aspects of relativity seem to bear out, but relativity is not a fact. Black holes are not generally accepted as a fact. Recent observations bring the existence of black holes into question. The things you see on the Discovery channel are quite obsolete, as well as the theories put forth by academia. I wish I could tell you more but I don’t want to go to jail.

DrRoi, Bibleforums.org 14 Comments [6/21/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 114

Anyway I think the Bible is very very old, perhaps as old as 120 million years. Maybe people lived much longer in ancient times and could travel along the planets. Jfr. Ezekiel's describsion of space crafts.

knutove, Bibleforums.org 22 Comments [6/21/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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