Quote# 32433

I have nothing against Gays what so ever..Do I think the action of being GAY is wrong yes, but do i automatically shun that person away...no... I am not here to say "You must believe!" I can not make anybody believe, I can only deliever the message that Christ has asked us all to do..It is your choice if you want to deliever that message or not...In the end we will all be judged according to our works.....

There have been people that have said the Bible is a lie...Well would you let someone kill you for a lie, or would you give up everything you had right now for a lie...Judas gave up Jesus for 30 pieces of silver, but in the end realized his mistake, and tossed them back, and hung himself.. Now if Jesus was a lie, you really think he would do that? What about Peter? He ended up being cruxcified UPSIDE DOWN...which is way worse then being up right..

Now you really think that they would give up their lives and everything they had for a Lie...We all know none of us would...so why would they?

spiritofthewolf, Dreamviews Forums 41 Comments [12/16/2007 5:07:21 AM]
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Quote# 32438

Women who choose not to take their husband's surname after marriage are not sexually attracted to them, and will likely be the one to initiate divorce.

When a woman feels metaphysically submissive to a man, when she admires all the masculine qualities he exhibits and deems him worthy of submitting to, sexually speaking, she will gladly become "his" and take his name. This is the essence of femininity.

Leanne Bell, And They Lived Happily Ever After 60 Comments [12/16/2007 5:02:01 AM]
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Quote# 32441

There isn't a line of demarcation between homosexuality and pedophilia, it is simply a blurred gray area. PS: Why do we have to worship the agenda of the homosexual lobby ? Dont ask, dont tell, and leave me alone.

Robert Barrington, lodinews.com 34 Comments [12/16/2007 4:59:39 AM]
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Quote# 32436

You are in denial and have perverted the Word of God. How can you call yourself a Christian when you openly deny what is written in God's Word? For God's Word gives an account of creation that is incompatable with the teachings of evolution. You are not a Christian, and the Lake of Fire awaits you unless you repent of your sin.

ElijahFalling, ChristianForums.com 30 Comments [12/16/2007 4:59:18 AM]
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Quote# 32421

This study was obviously done by people of no religion whatsoever (atheists) who are determined to undermine our beliefs. If they can 'prove' that we are mentally unstable they think no-one will want to listen to any of us. These people have a huge gap in their lives yet they feel threatened by any mention of God. Could that be because they know that He is really there but do not wish to be answerable to Him in any way, shape or form?

Mac, ChristiaNet 25 Comments [12/15/2007 9:12:47 PM]
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Quote# 32435

also I found something intresting my teacher told us. For many years the bible was thought of as a lie because ( I forgot what the name was) it spoke of a acient city that was not real so therefore untrue But several years later they FOUND the city underground. The bible is indeed the word of GOD. Ever wonder when we say the name Jesus everyone crinches or their hearts jump or they simply refuse to hear anything aboult it. Its because that name gives of so much power. Try to prove the bible wrong; u cant.

lonestarx, Dreamviews Forums 49 Comments [12/15/2007 9:12:22 PM]
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Quote# 32429

I believe Numbers 30 indicates that daughters are to be more protected than sons. When Bethany approached the age when many young people acquire permits to learn to drive, I began hinting that she would soon be driving. She wasn't particularly excited, but was prepared to follow my leadership. My wife appealed to me, however. She questioned whether it is truly healthy for young ladies to drive. She noted that when she "got wheels" she began displaying much more of an independent spirit from her parents. She questioned whether this was healthy.

While I was initially skeptical, I began pondering and praying about this issue. I recalled an aunt who never has driven in her life. Although she is quite capable, no doubt, she and my uncle apparently believe it is his place to drive and hers to ride. This is the traditional pattern from before cars were even invented. Even today, in most families the husband does the majority of the driving when the family travels together.

At about this time, the Lord was clarifying my own thinking regarding young people's independence and our assumptions regarding individualism. Ultimately I evaluated this decision in light of a more scriptural paradigm, and concluded that we would at least delay Bethany's getting a
driver's license. We anticipate leaving this decision to her husband, whoever (and whenever) the Lord has her for.

...It would certainly be more convenient to have another driver (and we are delighted to have our 16-year-old son helping with the driving, now) but I am committed to protecting my children, but especially my daughter, from unnecessary vulnerabilities the world's ways impose.

Jonathan Lindvall, Bold Christian Living 47 Comments [12/15/2007 8:43:42 PM]
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Quote# 32425

What do you think you missed out on?

I was asked the question: what do you think you missed out on by not staying at home. [...]

I missed out on being as pure as I could have been. While I wasn't the most pure minded person at home, I still would not have been involved in some of the things I was involved in after moving out. I missed out on being sheltered and protected from some of the evil ways of the world. Seeing the daughters of the land is what defiled Dinah, and seeing the ways of the world can defile us. It is one thing to know that evil goes on, it is entirely another thing to watch evil going on. The Bible tells us that evil communications corrupt good manners. I missed out on having my friends screened for their appropriateness. I made some bad decisions on the friend front.

Mrs W, Beautiful Maidenhood 35 Comments [12/15/2007 8:40:28 PM]
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Submitted By: Charlie

Quote# 32427

Jews and Christians are both strongly persecuted but Jews persecuted Christians (not to mention they're the ones who killed Jesus) so that means Christians are slightly more persecuted.

ElijahFalling, ChristianForums.com 46 Comments [12/15/2007 7:10:11 PM]
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Submitted By: JustinGG

Quote# 32424

[In response to a post about an English Christian killing a Scottish scientist in Australia over an evolution argument, then had a stupidly light sentence]

As a Christian he has a clear sense of morality and will know that what he has done is wrong. That is not necessarily true of a Darwinist who just has borrowed morality that can change with the wind. For that reason a Christian criminal should receive a lighter sentence than an unbeliever.


You pick this out to show that Christians are favored in the court room, but look at how creation scientists have been persecuted by the American government. Kent Hovind is the obvious example; he was given ten years in prison for a fictional crime. In truth this was yet another attempt to shut up those who go against Darwinist dogma.

anonymous, Scientia Natura 29 Comments [12/15/2007 7:06:34 PM]
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Quote# 32422

As usual, many make a big to do over a simple act. if you hold the same priesthood that Jesus Christ held, you just say In the name of Jesus Christ I command you to leave and the demons must leave. They don't have a choice. Yes I have heard their screams as they left not happy, but they left a minute later. Everyone in the whole block heard them. That is the difference between someone holding God's priesthood and pretenders that think they hold it. one minute opposed to many days

ashley, ChristiaNet 23 Comments [12/15/2007 6:21:18 PM]
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Quote# 32426

Are Crystals alive?

Carbon and silicon sit together on the periodic table meaning that there are many similarities between them. For many years carbon was said to be the only living atom on the Earth, but recently all the aspects that allows carbon to be classed as such have been found in Silica also. This means that by scientific and human means silica containing substances are alive.

Life forms have been found in the deep oceans of earth that demonstrate all the characteristics of life, even being able to reproduce, with out any carbon in them. So, Yes, Crystals are very much alive but, as yet we don't completely understand their sacred language of geometric light.

Justin Moikeha K, The Liquid Crystals 51 Comments [12/15/2007 4:41:55 PM]
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Submitted By: Tzelemel

Quote# 32408

[Ahh the amusement I find watching a fundie marvel at the way the world fits him perfectly, just like the water marvels at the way the puddle fits it perfectly.]

Have you ever considered the complexity of the human eyeball? It's an absolute miracle how two cells, once united, become specialized and develop into the various components that make up blood, lymph, skin cells, bone cells, nerve cells, etc...and form tissues and organs that all have complex functions that work together and form the human body... insects, amphibians, reptiles, mammals, fish... and then there are plants and trees, different types of soil, the sun is the perfect distance from the Earth..any closer we'd burn...any further, we'd freeze. The planets are in perfect rotation... Believing in God a fairytale? It takes a greater leap of faith to think these things just happened.

Knight4Him, UCFSports.com  34 Comments [12/15/2007 2:40:24 PM]
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Quote# 32418

Saints please help me with this. I am saved, delivered and baptised by the Holy Ghost I believe. However, my pastor says I am not because I always have nightmares. I have always had them since I was a child. I have prayed for the Lord to reveal if it is His Holy Ghost in me or demons?

Lily, ChristiaNet 36 Comments [12/15/2007 2:40:03 PM]
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Quote# 32411

Gov. Mike Huckabee says he's surrounded by the devil, prompting some Arkansas lawmakers to wonder if he was referring to them.

In an article from a church publication, Mr. Huckabee was quoted saying that "as a pastor, I was surrounded by the things, the people, the language and the architecture of God. As governor, I'm surrounded by the devil."

Mike Huckabee circa 1998, Right Wing Watch 24 Comments [12/15/2007 2:32:44 PM]
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Submitted By: Damned at Random

Quote# 32407

[Mrs. W says more crazy shit about college]

Even in such fields as the medical field, I believe we would be a lot better off with an apprentice system. My midwife got her qualifications from an apprenticeship, not a college. Apprenticeships are more real life and college is indoctrination of what the state wants you to know. The state wants doctors to push vaccines and drugs, when a lot of the time there is no need for that. But that's what they "teach" people going into the medical field, and thus those people are deceived thinking that people need antibiotics and vaccinations, and people who see doctors are deceived into it because apparently since the doctor has been to college he "knows what he is doing".

Mrs. W, beautiful maidens 37 Comments [12/15/2007 2:30:04 PM]
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Submitted By: jsonitsac

Quote# 32417

I've been attacked many times, the demon-possessed trying to tempt me, I was bitten, made sick to vomiting, stricken with numerous fatal diseases. But I threw myself upon the mercy of Jesus Christ, and pleaded the blood of Jesus, I cried out to him for his almighty salvation. He saves! The Moderator and others here have very good advice. Fast, pray, purify yourself from all that separates you from God, stay anointed. And whenever the destroyer Satan comes knocking, in Jesus' Name command that loser to go.

Eloy, ChristiaNet 27 Comments [12/15/2007 2:29:24 PM]
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Quote# 32410

[Comment from fundie regarding the stabbing death of a man by a creationist during an argument over evolution.]

What's the problem? I thought evolutionists believed in survival of the fittest.

WarEagle, Christian Forums 24 Comments [12/15/2007 2:26:55 PM]
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Submitted By: Jeremy PC

Quote# 32409

Masturbation is Evil

Remember that Jesus is everywhere. He is in your heart and mind as you jerk off over a porno mag.

He is also in that little blob of semen you wipe off the floor and flush down the toilet.

How could you do that to baby Jesus?

Next time you feel like masturbating... please spare a thought for Jesus. Thank you.

33LB, ChristianForums 97 Comments [12/15/2007 2:08:15 PM]
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Quote# 32420

If my salvation is mental illness, praise God I am verrrrrrrrrrry sick. Doctors have proven people who are born again recover quicker than others. I don't feel mentally ill or crazy, but If I am, it is for the right reasons. Praise God.

Shira, ChristiaNet 21 Comments [12/15/2007 2:08:05 PM]
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Quote# 32414

[Wiccan symbol at nativity scene damaged by vehicle]

Since the Lord works in such marvelous mysterious ways...the mysterious man in the truck could've been none other than the Lord Himself, who ran over that Wiccan (wicked) display.

SisterNChrist, Rapture Ready 32 Comments [12/15/2007 2:06:59 PM]
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Quote# 32416

(AV16's speculations on Noah's Ark)

1. The Ark was built where Noah lived --- North America.
2. It took 120 years to build.
3. It was not a ship or a boat; it was a containment vessel.
4. God miraculously fed the animals the same way He fed the widow and her son in 1 Kings 17.
5. The amount of water that was used to execute this judgment should not be a matter of controversy; as God could have sent ten times that amount if He wanted to.
6. Evidence for this Flood would be near impossible to find, as God Himself cleaned up the mess.

AV1611VET, ChristianForums 41 Comments [12/15/2007 2:06:33 PM]
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Quote# 32402

Earlier this week, Rep. Steve King (R-IA) introduced legislation recognizing the “importance of Christmas and the Christian faith.” The resolution passed 372-9.

Wednesday on Fox News, King said he introduced the bill because he believes “we’re a Christian nation founded on Christian principles.” In an interview on Alan Colmes radio show yesterday, King went even further, saying that “every child” should “be taught” the “tenets of Christianity”:

COLMES: Should they be taught Christianity, should every child learn Christianity?

KING: I think they should learn it. If you’re going to learn American history, you cannot teach it without teaching Christianity.

COLMES: It’s one thing to teach the history of how religion may have been part of our growth as a country. It’s another thing to actually teach the tenets of a religion.

Rep. Steve King, Fox News 20 Comments [12/15/2007 2:04:07 PM]
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Submitted By: Mike

Quote# 32415

[Feeling alone in your prophecy beliefs (even among christians?]

Indeed, I increasingly feel like a 'stranger in a foreign land'

Last week my wife and I went to the mall to preach of Messiah's return, I found it interesting that those wearing cross necklaces were the first to turn their noses up at us at the mention of Jesus' name!

Our families call us crazy and 'way overboard!'
I count it a great honor to be shunned by supposed 'christians' and called a crazy nut! We are a peculiar people and to be hated for His Name's Sake is a blessing.

sethola, Rapture Ready 32 Comments [12/15/2007 1:37:36 PM]
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Quote# 32412

Most anybody [sic] that studies T-Rex will tell you - even though he had ferocious head, ferocious teeth and was, you know, huge - his front arms are pretty tiny. And if you could ever get hold of one [of the arms] you probably could jerk it right off.

Source: Creation Science 102, Creation Science Evangelism circa 2004

Kent Hovind, www.kent-hovind.com 38 Comments [12/15/2007 1:36:39 PM]
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