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Quote# 1659

[replying to: "By the way, as for your 400 scientists (who say that Darwinian evolution is deficient), 500 Ph.Ds with the name of Steve or some derivitive thereof signed this stating a belief in evolution. (citing '<a href="http://www.ncseweb.org/resources/articles/3697_the_list_2_16_2003.asp" target="_blank">Project Steve</a>')"]

LOL!
Oh my ... Do you really think I was born yesterday?
I see your passion but let's not get blinded by it ...
I clicked on your link.
And this is what I saw:

National Center for Science Education
Defending the Teaching of Evolution in the Public Schools

Then it goes on to selectively list ONLY people named with Steve that do not believe in evolution. Trust me, there other people, more degreed than you and your professor, not named "Steve" that also know evolution is a farce.

Then it goes on to selectively list ONLY people named with Steve that do not believe in evolution. Trust me, there other people, more degreed than you and your professor, not named "Steve" that also know evolution is a farce.

I purposely refer to evolution as a hypothesis much less a "fact". Evolution is merely as supposition as the basis for your reasoning. Scientific principle do not support evolution nor do the laws of science. They never have and never will. It matters not how many times you say they do, they don't and saying it over and over again doesn't make it so.

Believe what you wish!!

My God is no "ape".

My God is AWESOME!!!

felixthecat, Rapture Ready 10 Comments [7/20/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1658

When I request that the Evolutionist show me living specimens of Robustus or Erectus (not to mention the many other so-called ancestors), the usual response would be, "Bible Thumper, haven't you ever heard of extinction?"

...Extinction. What a convenient excuse...

The Bible Thumper, Christian Forums 9 Comments [7/20/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1657

Well Sunday I went into Costco, we were looking for a new T.V. and on every T.V. the movie (Harry Potter) was playing, all I could feel was evil. I had my two year old and six year old in the cart and try as I might to get out of the area quickly, with all the people that were standing, staring at the screen like zombies at feeding time, I was trying to block my kids view of the screen, while all around me the people didn't even know I was there. Meanwhile I got to the radio area and started changing all the stations to Christian radio-hee,hee.

HEISRISEN, Rapture Ready 23 Comments [7/20/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1656

Diagram A only shows a link amongst primates- not species. This ( although useful) does not prove evolution. The proof of evolution must lie in the missing link between human DNA and the DNA of other primates such as chimps. This has yet to be found; making evolution a highly flawed and ever changing theory guided by large amounts of guess work.

I am clearly not a scientific expert but thats my opinion, and I don't want anyone bothering me about it.

PrezLeeFun, Free Conservatives 11 Comments [7/20/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1655

[On <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matthew_Shepard" target="_blank">Matthew Sheppard</a>]

First, he was not gay. He was a homo, he was a queer, he was a fruit, but he was NOT gay. There is nothing gay about the queer "lifestyle". It's a loveless, passionless, promiscuous quest for the next orgasm, and it's a sure journey to early death.

Second, we absolutely refuse to portray positively a person who identifies himself by what he does with his dick.

Third, exactly what did the queer do that was "heroic"? America's concept of heroism had degenerated abysmally when a murdered homo is deemed heroic.

Fourth, by what egregious stretch of logic could his death be called martyrdom? Martyrs are men and women of God who are killed for refusing to abandon their faith in Him. You defecate on the memory of every martyr by comparing them to that sick, sorry little pissant.

DoctorDoom, Free Conservatives 36 Comments [7/20/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1654

Actually, Darwin was a schizophrenic and evolutionists have kept that bit under their hat for years...

LittleNipper, Christian Forums 19 Comments [7/20/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1653

Evolutionist theories about the origins and ancestry of the human race may be both racially motivated and racist.

Neo-Darwinist theories about the evolution of members of the human race from ancestors of African apes are both racial theories and racist because they purposefully and intentionally identify and classify certain members of the human race as the immediate descendents of non-human primates of African ancestry and descent.

john crawford, Christian Forums 15 Comments [7/20/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1651

MAD worked with the Soviet Union, but the terroists are neither rational nor sane. So why wait for them to attack first. Maybe we should just go ahead and nuke Mecca and send a message. Since it will create a firestorm, we might as well nuke Iran and Syria while we're on a roll and put the rest of the muslim terrorists on notice. Pain and death really seems to be the only thing they comprehend

Kewlieluvr, Theology Web 18 Comments [7/20/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1650

[Replying Darwin quote 'And this is a damnable doctrine....']

Wow, did he even see the irony of that statement? Damnable to where? It seems a funny choice of words after arguing essentially that hell can't exist. What an argument! Hell can't exist because Charles darwin doesn't want it to. Still, that is a prime example of how evolution kills the faith of those seeking the truth of the bible. Imagine what a different world it would be if Chuck decided to turn to a church for his understanding of the bible instead of atheistic scientists.

twincrier, The Narrow Way 7 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1649

[On gambling]

World Magazine (a mag like a Christian Newsweek) wrestled with this question once. A Christian somehow won some amount of millions of dollars playing some lottery game in his state. At his press conference he announced that since he was a Christian, he intended to give ten percent to his church. Many churches were delighted with this announcement, seeing it as a real gift & blessing from God & evidence that the dude was being such the wise steward. World Mag said the church should refuse to take it, as "Jesus doesn't build His church on the backs of the poor".

reformedfan, Bibleforums.org 15 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1648

I wont be buying the book [Harry Potter]. Who's the father of Witchcraft? Satan. He hates me, he hates you, he hates your kids, he hates my kids, he hates US ALL. I would not pay one thin dime to support something that even remotely or indirectly glorifies anything that has to do with Satan or his demonic forces. He'd kill your kids just as fast as he could given the oppurtunity. He'd love to see your kids burn in Hell with him. Think about that a while. Last point before I go, I love the Lord more than I love anyone. Yes, even my kids! I'm not about to offend him by bringing that trash into my house.

LivnForChrist, Rapture Ready 6 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1647

I’m a little surprised that none of you have mentioned “Intelligent Design”. Science has proven that a single cell is irreversible complex, being that it is impossible to have evolved. Both Christian and Non-Christian scientists now agree on this fact. AS a matter of fact one atheist scientist has give a person better odds of rolling dice and coming up with six’s every time fifty thousands times in a roll.

Intelligent Design has changed my faith life forever and I thank God!

Curtis, Bibleforums.org 13 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1646

Why not Mecca and Medina. They wouldn't hestitate to destroy Christian churches if they could and they have in Indoesia. I say if we are attack with nuclear weapons our subs should have stanking orders to destroy their cities. Their holy places would become smoldering ruins . We should attack not only Mecca and Medina but Tehran ,Damacus, Libya and any other muslim city that is attacking us.GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!

eaglex, Rapture Ready 14 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1645

[On God ordering the complete destruction Caananite people]

Your assumption that God would "torture, maim, or kill any man, woman, or child without a just cause" is the weakness of your case. You have grossly overestimated the goodness of man. God acts in judgement because man is evil. There is no one who is good. What God did to the Canaanites is what we all deserve. It is only by his grace that we live even one day. The cause of God is just. [...]

The God of the Bible is a God who is all good. It is only our own wickedness that prevents us from seeing this. When God acts in judgement it is good. One day, God will destroy the earth and everything in it. In doing so he will be completely just.

Only a fool asks God for justice. Seek mercy.

dbaeder, Theology Web 3 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1644

The word," Evolution" is just a cover up word for {Dismssing God), nothiing more.

Evolution is going down hill faster then the evoltionist can come up with new theories.

(PRAISE BE TO JEHOVAH GOD).

I HIGHLY Suggest that EVERYONE invest in a book called......

Vanishing Proofs of Evolution.
Author: Thomas Heinze
Price: $5.95 US
Pages: 96 - Paperback
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Thank you and have a nice day.

GM_THECapitalTruth1, Christians V. Atheists MSN Group 10 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1643

Sounds like a case of self defense to me. I don't care if they were throwing water and she was shooting back at them with a pistol. It doesn't matter. Self defense is self defense. If you're being pelted with water balloons those those things can bruise you.

Warlady, Free Conservatives 20 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1642

Jesus is sinless, infallible, the eternal logos, God in the Flesh. All that he affirmed is true.

The Sciptures of the Christian Faith are infallible and reliably transmitted to us in the Masoretic and the Majority Text. These "Stories from 2000 years ago" were true then and they are true now. Not only are the ones written 2000 years ago true, but those written 4100 years ago are true as well. "Well researched and peer reviewed science" that is contrary to Scirpture is still contrary to Scripture. Scripture is right in that case and the Science is not true Science, but misinformed interpretation or lies.

Floodnut, Christian Forums 8 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1638

['Evolution needs no point.']

Yet for some reason it has an agenda (i.e., a "prioritized" value), otherwise what are we doing dicusssing it?

Iacchus, JREF Forums 2 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1637

Evolution is just a fancy word for change. And without change, there would be nothing to differentiate. So, if there was just one thing from which all things evolved, and that one thing evolved equally, what exactly would have changed?

Iacchus, JREF Forums 3 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1634

['Do these laws (of nature) determine behavior...']

Yes, of course, to the extent that they play a factor in "shaping" it. Does the sculpture sculpt itself without the sculptor's hands? This, in fact is what you would have us believe ...

Iacchus, JREF Forums 3 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1632

There is no such thing as chance. Just the "appearance" of chance. How could the future unfold, were it not implicitly bound to the past? At what point would such an "interruption" occur? It's all part of the same design.

Iacchus, JREF Forums 3 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1631

By the way, if you were to roll out the carpet, with all its intricate design, will it display a similar effect as evolution?

Iacchus, JREF Forums 11 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1629

['Correct me if I'm wrong but I thought that evolution is a constant ongoing process. So in effect it is impossible for any species to be the pinnacle of evolution rather all species that exist today are the most successful at surviving in their current ecosystem.']

In other words we're all equivalent to a bucket of slime? That's kind of what I thought anyway, since we're only capable of "behaving" as if we were real. [wink] It's all a facade you see, for the great big "nothing" which spurred the whole the thing into existence.

Iacchus, JREF Forums 7 Comments [7/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1641

After reading up on the indoctrination of evolution (as well as the sex ed thing) I've decided not to enroll my children in public school. I'm caught between homeschooling and private Christian schooling though I'd have to be careful. Even the church nowadays is compromising and letting in evolution and millions of years.

InspiredHome, Christian Forums 8 Comments [7/18/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 1640

I used to be OEC, and could not believe that the earth was young, because of all the "scientific evidence" that I'd been hit with all my life.

So when our financial advisor lent me some Hovind tapes espousing YEC, I went into it with an open mind, but did not think I would be convinced. I was wrong. It makes me sick that so much knowledge is being hidden from school children because it weakens faith in evolution.

Lenora56, Christian Forums 11 Comments [7/18/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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