Quote# 32237

Obama is a good candidate and he has character-that alone trumps hillary. Think i like him mostly for what he said about his opposition to invading iraq. He was dead on in his assessment.

Osama has character? He is a freaking muslim who supports communist health care and gay marriage!

ElijahFalling, Christian Forums 43 Comments [12/11/2007 1:52:40 PM]
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Quote# 32241

The real issue is not science vs religion. I never let people couch the issue in those terms anymore. I always point out that evolution is a belief system or a religious/philosophical worldview that applies its assumptions to the world we live in exactly the same as one who holds a creation view of origins.

The real issue is the creation science worldview of orgins vs the evolutionary science worldview of origins.

I really hope this discrimination is exposed and repudiated and gov't funds are cutoff from the slimy fingers of these atheists. These evolutionary atheists are such hypocrites claiming they are maintaining the "purity of science". They are only perpetuating their $$$, wasting taxpayer money on something that didn't even happen!!!! And brainwashing the population at the same time just like they did in Russia and China.

Alhere, Prophecy Fellowship Forums 29 Comments [12/11/2007 1:52:11 PM]
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Quote# 32239

I guess it's the smearing of your fellow man and spreading of lies, oh and saying someone else is not a Christian.

I am speaking the truth, which is not prohibited anywhere in the bible but rather is mandated. No true christian supports communism and gay marriage. Furthermore, as Christians, God establishes a plan for our life and calls each of us to serve him in different ways, and God would never call somebody to his position, a democrat communist polititian. Obama holds a seat that serves Satan, therefore he is not a Christian.

ElijahFalling, Christian Forums 28 Comments [12/11/2007 1:36:44 PM]
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Quote# 32228

The Earth is warming and changing. But don’t follow the evolutionists to their errant conclusions that “man is bad” and “there are too many humans - so let’s kill some” evil conclusions.

pabramson, CSE blogs 46 Comments [12/11/2007 6:02:27 AM]
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Quote# 32229

Ride a city bus sometime. You will see folks under five feet tall and over eight feet tall. Which one is the average? Whose remains represent all the others? If they all died and some evolutionist came along eons later and selectively chose one skeleton to make a believed progression, which one would he choose? Remember that he can ignore 99% of them. And the left-wing media, in league with the deception, will go along with it to help deceive the masses.

Some people suffer from malnutrition today. How many of them will end up in a museum display of the future as “proof of evolution” when actually their less developed or deformed bones indicate nutritional deficiencies showing real, testable-repeatable biological processes instead?

In science vs. evolution - I choose science.

pabramson, CSE blogs 52 Comments [12/11/2007 5:51:25 AM]
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Quote# 32230

[on unicorns]

Many creatures have gone extinct down through time. I am pretty sure that there are still zero fossilized buffaloes (just regular buffaloes, like those that roamed the American West by the millions in the early 19th Century). Yet they existed, and a few yet survive - even though we find (if I recall correctly) not a single one at all in the fossil record.

So we may not have a representative fossil for the unicorn specifically. Maybe they were hunted to extinction or their preferred food sources were destroyed by man or environmental changes. Maybe there were once millions of them, but not a single fossil at all remains. Realistic enough for you? ;-) Look at our real history of thousands of recorded years, human propensities, how rapidly the world’s climates have changed, and then ponder the once present unicorn. The puzzle pieces are there and ready to be assembled by the wise.

pabramson, CSE blogs 41 Comments [12/11/2007 5:33:10 AM]
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Quote# 32225

I do not like getting pushed around for being a Jew, and I don't think Christians like getting pushed around for being Christians. I think people who believe in God are sick and tired of getting pushed around, period. I have no idea where the concept came from that America is an explicitly atheist country. I can't find it in the Constitution and I don't like it being shoved down my throat.

Ben Stein, Snopes.com, CBS Sunday Morning News 54 Comments [12/11/2007 1:04:56 AM]
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Submitted By: Jocelyn

Quote# 32227

[...] its actually not hard to find Jesus, if it wouldn't be for satan, satan has an IQ of maybe 500+ and hes confusing humans to think bad thoughts about Jesus,

Testingyou, Why Won't God Heal Amputees 42 Comments [12/11/2007 1:04:35 AM]
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Quote# 32221

[responding to a user who criticized the ethnic cleansing of three Jewish tribes in Medina in 7th century]
Sorry, I don't understand why you view the killing of these tribes negatively? The Muslims had every right to take whatever measures they took in each case. For example, banu qaynu qa'..The prophet (saw) laid seige on them because of the incident with the Muslim woman in the Jewish market. That's a perfectably reasonable reason to do what they did, would you disagree with that? And how did the Muslims seek refuge with jews? Our prophet was not a murderer. Look around you today and you'll find the murderers you're looking for.

zammy, Ummah.com forum 21 Comments [12/10/2007 11:22:35 PM]
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Quote# 32220

I will still boycott the movie. The more I read about Pullman and his evil books, the more I hate him.

ScarletCrusader, Christian Forums 38 Comments [12/10/2007 9:56:55 PM]
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Submitted By: Ryan

Quote# 32222

Who cares whether it's hillary or osama, if either of them are elected God will strike this nation down. The problem is, the republican candidates this time around are a bunch of freaking liberals too. The only real conservative is Ron Paul and the establishment is not going to let him win.

ElijahFalling, Christian Forums 38 Comments [12/10/2007 9:02:09 PM]
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Quote# 32218

(Gov. Huckabee, candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, speaking at the Southern Baptist Convention in Salt Lake City.)

"I didn't get into politics because I thought government had a better answer. I got into politics because I knew government didn't have the real answers, that the real answers lie in accepting Jesus Christ into our lives."

Mike Huckabee, Arkansas Online 60 Comments [12/10/2007 8:10:35 PM]
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Submitted By: Maleficent

Quote# 32213

If Scripture really did *advocate* slave-keeping, instead of just condone and regulate it, then in fact I *would* be working to repeal those anti-slavery laws.

X777, Talk Beliefs  33 Comments [12/10/2007 8:01:44 PM]
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Quote# 32215

[on homosexuality being natural]

I don't believe that to be true. We are born with a sin nature yes, but homosexuality if not a choice would condemn a person. That would make God unjust, and that won't work.

OnceWasLost, Rapture Ready 58 Comments [12/10/2007 7:58:19 PM]
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Quote# 32210

To imply that the Bishop of Pittsburgh is "challenged" by an African-American priest or bishop is absured. Combining the issues of racial predjudice and the condoning of same-sex relationships demonstrates poor logic and is no longer an acceptable strategy. I'm curious as to how the "literal translation" of the Bible "supports" slavery??

acn1, Comments, The Washington Blade 17 Comments [12/10/2007 6:25:18 PM]
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Submitted By: Doctor Whom

Quote# 32204

Who cares, the current pope is a freaking Nazi, not to mention a liberal anti-American peace-mongering antichrist. Catholics are not christians, they are a bunch of mary-worshipping satanists who are drunk with the blood of the saints as prophesied in Revelation 18.

ElijahFalling, Christian Forums 66 Comments [12/10/2007 5:51:02 PM]
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Quote# 32216

Looking at history, and at Jesus' words, I guess we shouldn't be suprised about that though.
"If they have persecuted me, they will also persecute you;" -Jesus, in John 15:20

It should also be said:"If they aren't persecuting you... maybe you're not following Christ."

ARChristian, American River Christian Club 30 Comments [12/10/2007 5:50:38 PM]
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Quote# 32200

I've noticed that numerous times in numerous Christian groups some atheists will hop in there and talk about how everything is different than what the Bible says and they use this fancy science jargon that unsuspecting believers will stumble over. Watch out...keep your footing my brothers and sisters. You don't have to continue to engage people if they are not willing to listen to logic. Some people are just not willing to give up their lifestyles so they take the research of any scientist that recommends the existence of humans coming through evolution and then they just go around spouting that any archaeological discovery that Christians discover is "not the real thing" or things of that nature. Watch out for these men and women, they are trying to make us stray to the right or to the left. Be on you guard. In Christian love, Andrew

Andrew Josiah Smith, facebook 24 Comments [12/10/2007 5:50:07 PM]
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Quote# 32214

[Responding to a former Christian who recently announced that he had abandoned his faith.]

As far as I'm concerned you no longer exist.

Hiram, Talk Beliefs 39 Comments [12/10/2007 5:12:41 PM]
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Quote# 32217

Once we examine the precision of the great pyramid, It is clear that these builders certainly did not install the corner stone for a reason.

The largest structure on earth, and the last stone was never installed? Accident? Coincidence?

This was to symbolize Jesus.

Johan Swart, Facebook "Free Kent Hovind Group" 62 Comments [12/10/2007 5:12:26 PM]
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Quote# 32198

[The OP asks why atheism is not considered a religion.]

They are a group of people with a certain set of beliefs. The very definition of religion itself. So why should they get their way with what is politically correct and what's not?

They say they get offended by people who believe in God even mentioning his name. If they really dont believe in God why are they so worried about him?

FlyGuy, MySpace Religion Forum 27 Comments [12/10/2007 5:10:43 PM]
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Quote# 32211

Is it possible for me to be more right about this? When will you evos ever learn to not doubt me?....I am wiser than all you people combined

supersport, CARM 53 Comments [12/10/2007 5:02:01 PM]
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Submitted By: Sam

Quote# 32199

Why is it fair if evolutionists can have their religion in debates, but not anyone else?

Nubs, Naruto Forums 41 Comments [12/10/2007 3:29:44 PM]
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Quote# 32201

but on the honest side i pity those without religion in their lives. and on another note, the problem with science is that it is not based on fact, at all, it is only based on the many theories of many different scientists. but in the end, i will laugh when scientists think that they have it all figured out and God snaps his fingers and sends them all back to step one ;D

Justin Jung, facebook 37 Comments [12/10/2007 3:18:57 PM]
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Quote# 32195

so when the government tells people to slip on a shirt, slap on some sunscreen and slip on a hat, what part of that scenario includes getting sun? Also, why was that one researcher asked to RESIGN for his assertion that people aren't getting enough sun? This is what makes me nausiated about science. It's not necessarily that they're wrong, it's that there is an underground current that I believe secretly is pulling for people (especially colored people) to die....(after, of course, science takes their life savings out of their bank accounts and out of their insurance company.) Medical science -- specifically biotech -- is nothing but a seedy, shady, corrupt operation that needs to be stopped.

supersport, CARM 40 Comments [12/10/2007 2:00:47 PM]
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