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Quote# 32145

[Pressure] keeps the electrons flowing in the wires to light the room and turn the motor in the AC unit

Kent Hovind, CSE Blogs 54 Comments [12/9/2007 12:13:05 PM]
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Quote# 32163

[Review of "Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Intelligent Design"]

The authors document the fact that a climate of fear now exists that prevents those who find problems with Darwinism that is not unlike that which existed during the McCarthy era and, until we are able to discuss the relevant issues the controversy will not be resolved, but will intensify.

Darwin Researcher, Amazon.com reviews 25 Comments [12/9/2007 12:11:24 PM]
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Quote# 32169

Only in our day and age would a presidential candidate calling homosexuality a sin make big headlines. Huckabee called it right, and I hope he doesn't try to back peddle on it.

There also was a time when isolating aids carriers was thought to be a good idea. Aids is a political football. It used to be called GRID....gay related immuno deficienct desease. The gays didn't like that, so the name was changed.

Our blood supply is screened to avoid aids contaminated blood from corrupting the supply. So you can thus see the danger that is present.

Aids could be wiped out if only.......men would stop exchanging body fluids with each other.

But no. Man must have his perversion and then demand a treatment be developed for the consequences of his perversion.

The ones who need our help are those like children who accidentally receive aids tainted blood. Thus isolating aids carriers could eliminate this problem as well.


Cameron, Rapture Ready 31 Comments [12/9/2007 12:09:47 PM]
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Quote# 32168

[...]

Just because they have to learn the language, doesn't mean they can't keep their native tongue in their homes and their small communities. But, why do we have to listen to a recording that says... 1 for English, 2 for Spanish.. soon we will have 3 for Chinese, 4 for Italian, 5 for German, 6 for Japanese, 7 for Islam, etc..

[...]

CelticMist, Rapture Ready 72 Comments [12/9/2007 10:06:10 AM]
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Quote# 32161

I think it was April 2005 (or March?) when “Science” magazine finally admitted (for their mostly evolutionist readers) that unfossilized dinosaur tissue has indeed been found. They stuck with the “millions of years” charade though. The filters over their eyes are holding them back.

There have been completely frozen ancient fruit trees uncovered in the Arctic with ripe fruit hanging from the branches. The ancient remains of the pre-Flood world, unfossilized & unpetrified remnants, exists in many places around the world.

P.A., CSE blogs 22 Comments [12/9/2007 7:52:10 AM]
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Quote# 32149

Tibetan Buddhism includes demon worship, occult and magical practices, and astrology.
As on another post--you can’t make this stuff up.
What’s next? Child sacrifice? (Oops, maybe we already have that w/abortion). Idol worship (oh, that too...)
Good Lord, deliver us! Jane, Edwin’s wife


Edwin, Stand Firm in Faith 31 Comments [12/9/2007 7:46:11 AM]
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Submitted By: Dave
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Quote# 32160

Noah must have lived on a huge farm & probably grew a lot of the food supply that went on the Ark. He also must have owned forest land where he got his wood supply from. There was probably also a vast untamed stretch of land nearby that contained both exotic foods & animals. There must have been a river & wet lands close at hand too. The ark may have only been built by godly family members & not with the help of outsiders, for the same reason that many of us put our kids in Christian school or home-school them: We don’t want our precious kids corrupted by what is evil, & Noah & his wife probably didn’t want their loved ones corrupted either. Noah would have lived away from the Nephilim, which is what Josephus says he did.

The Welders Wife, CSE blogs 27 Comments [12/9/2007 7:43:55 AM]
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Quote# 32165

sometimes I have been in wal-mart only to look around and notice I dont see any whites in the store in view. Speaking spanish and carrying on like they own the place. makes me to wonder sometimes if I am just having a nightmare or am I now truly the minority. sadly I am sure it is that I am now the minority. Our government is to blame for this state of things.


blessedinhim, Rapture Ready 39 Comments [12/9/2007 6:42:23 AM]
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Quote# 32146

To those Christians who would criticize Fred Phelps I ask you... What are you doing to take a stand against the evils in our nation? It's easy for those on the sidelines to criticize those on the field. I'd rather have 10,000 Fred Phelps than what we have today... deadbeat believers who never lift a finger to warn the wicked, preach the Gospel, or take an uncompromising stand against sin.

David J. Stewart, Jesus-is-Savior.com 60 Comments [12/9/2007 6:27:06 AM]
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Quote# 32148

[written in 1933 blaming America's "Godlessness" for the great depression]

AMERICA'S greatest sin and the real cause of the present depression is forgetting God. That means failure to obey God, to listen to His Word, and to bring up our children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. Godlessness leads to disregard for law, corruption in politics, fraud in educational and state life, and hypocrisy in the Church.


Evangelist Joseph T. Larsen , July 1933 Moody Bible Institute Monthly 22 Comments [12/9/2007 6:19:20 AM]
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Quote# 32134

I would suggest that little boys play with little boys, and that little girls play with little girls. This not to say that little boys should never play with little girls, and that little girls should never play with little boys. It is to say that by far the majority of a child's playing should be with his own sex. So much of the sex drive is caused by the unknown. If a little boy plays with other little boys, there will be a mystique about girls, but if he plays with little girls too much, they will become commonplace and there will be a mystique toward little boys. The human race is so constructed that when something becomes commonplace, it is not nearly as attractive to us. The old adage, "The grass is greener on the other side of the fence," applies here. In childhood this grass on the other side of the fence should be the opposite sex. If it is one's own sex, there would be a curiosity about that. Now I'm aware that the modern psychologists will say, "Let little boys see little girls, and let little girls see little boys, and let them become acquainted with the biological differences, and let them see each other unclothed." Let me remind you that that same generation of modern psychologists is turning out an unbelievable amount of homosexuals in our country!

Jack Hyles, Jesus-is-Savior 48 Comments [12/9/2007 1:45:57 AM]
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Quote# 32133

It is a FACT that Wicca is most popular with teenage girls. Do you know why? Because Wicca is the religion of feminism, and society today has been destabilized by communist infiltrators like Gloria Steinem. Young girls are being mentored by such heathens as Britney Spears, Hilary Duff, and Jessica Simpson to become feminists. Wicca is a very attractive religion to upcoming feminists who want to worship the goddess.

David J. Stewart, Jesus-is-Savior 64 Comments [12/8/2007 10:57:28 PM]
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Quote# 32136

Everywhere you go throughout December in America, you will hear Christmas music. Openly homosexual singer, Elton John, has a Christmas album. Homosexuality is an abominable sin according to the Bible! Radio stations play his music all across America. When sinners living in wicked rebellion against God sing Christmas praises, do you think God is pleased? I tell you, God is extremely angry! (Psalm 7:11). God has no pleasure in the song of fools (Ecclesiastes 7:5). You'll hear "Holy, holy, holy" one song, and then godless Michael Jackson the next. The radio-waves at Christmas time are filled with the most ungodly and reprobate heathens singing Christmas songs...it is a horrid STENCH in the nostrils of God.

David J. Stewart, Jesus-is-Savior 51 Comments [12/8/2007 10:51:15 PM]
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Quote# 32140

Sigh

I don't know if I should ever start this..

He said he created the world.

He has to use preexisting matter.
He cant just conjure up mass.

So he took existing matter from other places.

And some of it had dinosaur bones on it.

The end.

Winterkill, World of Warcraft official forums 56 Comments [12/8/2007 10:24:39 PM]
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Quote# 32125

(The following is the best excerpt from a long, long post full of fundamentalism)

You are the one redefining my theology, ID is not Creationism because it's not a Christian doctrine. Behe was and is a molecular biologist and professional educator. He knows the difference between a scientific argument and a religious one.

Evolutionists don't.

mark kennedy, Christian Forums 33 Comments [12/8/2007 8:33:42 PM]
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Quote# 32122

(Can non-whites go to Heaven?)

Jesus came for the lost isralites only. No other race.


Paryan, Stormfront 34 Comments [12/8/2007 6:08:11 PM]
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Quote# 32120

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

Note the exact wording of this. “…no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” This clearly states that the government will not establish an official religion. It also obviously says that every American has the Constitutionally-protected right to worship as (s)he sees fit. Period. Congress cannot legislate against religion. This is crystal clear to everyone except the American courts. The courts, unfortunately, have chosen to override the Constitutional rights of many Americans over the past fifty years. This has confused the American public so that most people today believe that we have freedom from religion, instead of freedom of religion.

What does this mean? Very simply it means that the Ten Commandments cannot be banned from public locations.


Joe W., Gather.com 40 Comments [12/8/2007 9:54:33 AM]
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Quote# 32119

It's a fricken Christmas tree! It's basically defacing our Christian holiday. Using a Christmas tree for your own purpose besides as a Christian symbol is f*cked up beyond belief. If they want to be a part of our faith and holiday, that great! But, if they use our Christian symbol for other than as a symbol of Christmas, that is so wrong on a level I can't even describe right now.

dolega84 , YouTube 51 Comments [12/8/2007 4:58:27 AM]
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Quote# 32111

((In response to someone asking him if he would murder his children if God asked him to))

I guess I'll answer that when it happens. If the premise of the question assumes a righteous, sinless God, then I would hope my actions are the same as Abraham's were when God requested that of him.

Bainreese, Allspark 42 Comments [12/8/2007 12:46:05 AM]
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Submitted By: Lady Feline
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Quote# 32116



I have heard it said and truly believe there is no such thing as an athiest. Put them in a foxhole or in the direct line of fire from Evil Muslims and watch how quickly they become UNATHIESTS. This is for attention only and they do receive the attention otherwise such nonsense would never be put on a screen. Everybody look at the Athiests arn't they just too cute?



Sandy, One News Now 57 Comments [12/8/2007 12:42:41 AM]
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Submitted By: Strangelove84
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Quote# 32118

Recently, my niece had two piercings done on either side of her bottom lip- it's horrible! Anyway, her parents dont seem to mind at all but I do know some of our congregation aren't happy about this and I can't get my sister or her husband to realise that this jewlery isn't appropriate, especially for a 17 year old girl!

Should I talk to my niece, since her parents won't listen? I don't want to leave her be and upset more congregation members!

June McCormick, Christian Forums 59 Comments [12/8/2007 12:40:58 AM]
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Quote# 32117

...The kuffaar should be compelled to enter Islam if they are not people from whom the jizyah may be taken, because that will lead to their happiness and salvation in this world and in the Hereafter. Obliging a person to adhere to the truth in which is guidance and happiness is better for him than falsehood. Just as a person may be forced to do the duty that he owes to other people even if that is by means of imprisonment or beating, so forcing the kaafirs to believe in Allaah alone and enter into the religion of Islam is more important and more essential, because this will lead to their happiness in this world and in the Hereafter...

Shaykh Ibn Baaz, Islam Q&A  28 Comments [12/7/2007 10:15:11 PM]
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Quote# 32104

There's nothing unscientific about creationism.

But there's a lot that's unscientific about the ideas people have about creationism.

Joey JoJo Junior Shabadoo, Fark.com 57 Comments [12/7/2007 9:07:03 PM]
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Submitted By: Scienceman123
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Quote# 32103

It’s sad but true—dinosaurs are probably used more than anything else in an attempt to convince children and adults alike that evolution is fact. So much so, that for many, the words “dinosaur” and “evolution” are almost synonymous.



Ken Ham, Answers in Genesis 45 Comments [12/7/2007 9:06:36 PM]
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Submitted By: Tdevil
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Quote# 32115

Personally, This is what is wrong with this country! This country was founded on a religious base and if you don't believe in God then it is my opinion that you should get out of the USA! Look on our money! There is a reason that it says In God We Trust and that reason is that our founding Fathers left England to come here in search for religious freedom. (Religion being a faith in God not some hokey made up religion based on a Disbelief in God. This would be a contradiction in itself since religion is based on belief not disbelief! ) Look at our Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. Everywhere you look this country was built on the belief in God! So if you don't believe in God then go back where your ancestors came from!

rtstone, Digg 45 Comments [12/7/2007 9:04:08 PM]
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