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Quote# 32653

Biblical Christianity is a truth, a reality. All other religions are not, which is why I hate to see Christianity classified as a religion.

Josh, Christian Forums 33 Comments [12/21/2007 3:18:53 AM]
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Quote# 32652

"Abortion, environmentalism, AIDS, pornography, drug abuse, and homosexual activism have fragmented and polarized our communities."

(Later)

"It is now difficult to keep track of the vast array of publicly endorsed and institutionally supported aberrations—from homosexuality and pedophilia to sadomasochism and necrophilia."

Mike Huckabee, Washington Dispatch 60 Comments [12/20/2007 10:28:29 PM]
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Quote# 32650

The founding of the USA in 1976 was the first effort to unify Science and Religion and unify them in a nation under God. But, this godly effort of the founders of the USA began to fade away with the assassination of Abe Lincoln. The motive behind Lincoln’s death seems clear. Darwin’s 1859 theory of evolution is godless and, if promoted worldwide, could remove God from the USA. To expand this promotion, atheistic physicists created another godless theory known as the Big Bang theory. By the 1970s, most US scientists became atheists. But, these atheistic efforts are failing. I say they are failing because human freedom can be proven only if God exists and creates independence in everything in the universe.

George Shollenberger, Teachings: The First Scientific Proof of God 76 Comments [12/20/2007 12:29:04 PM]
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Quote# 32608

"It was sad to see that the producers and writers would target the young kids with New Age, anti Christian themes. It was disappointing to see the Church (the Magisterium) portrayed as such a sinister and evil lot. The spirit counter-parts, the daemons, and the reference to them being locked into a form only when the child reaches accountability reaks of Spiritual child molestation. The imagination and creativity of chronicological children can flourish well into adulthood given an environment of nurturing and encouragement. The dark side of this movie reveals the antithesis of the type of care kids need. Shame on me for going and shame on the writers, directors and producers for blind-siding kids with this narrow minded, stifling model."

jet_parts, Fandango: The Golden Compass -- Fan Reviews 49 Comments [12/20/2007 11:02:50 AM]
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Submitted By: Saccharissa
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Quote# 32607

I find it funny how an athiest uses very REAL OCCULTIC PRINCIPLES in this "series". I was brought up Christian and in my teens I got away from the church and started praticing the occult arts. I can tell you from personal experience that these "fantasy" books have ONE AGENDA and that is to turn children to practicing the occult arts. DEMONS are very real in the occult and are now called "FANTASY" by changing the name to Daemons, as IF there are a difference. Occult people will LOVE this movie because it glorifies their twisted supernatural beliefs, however, anyone WITH A TRUE SENSE OF MORAL OBLIGATIONS TO CHILDREN will not promote such filth. Take it from an X-occultist, this movie wants to BRAINWASH YOUR CHILDREN TO HATE GOD AND ALL THINGS GOOD AND RIGHT to encourage them to WANT TO BE POSSESSED BY DEMONS and to give children the sense that GROWN UPS AND MORALS are evil! I THINK THIS MOVIE IS A DISGRACE TO CHILDREN!! Human Sacrifice? WELL . . . KEEP READING!!

ArdithKay, Fandango: The Golden Compass -- Fan Reviews 58 Comments [12/20/2007 10:05:12 AM]
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Submitted By: Saccharissa
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Quote# 32614

[Talking about Bill Clinton and Senior Bush working together]

Well I would NEVER have said this in a million years but I now believe they are all in cahoots together pushing for the NWO.
The only difference in any of the GOP or DEM candidates is in how fast they'll get us there and under what name, but as the saying goes, "a rose by any other name is still a rose," and the same lying deception is behind all of them. The same philsophies and agenda are behind anyone who makes it to any real position of power and I don't think there is much any of us little people can do to stop them.

forbygrace, Rapture Ready 28 Comments [12/20/2007 7:15:19 AM]
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Quote# 32603

[How old do you believe the Earth to be, and why?]

About 6,000 years old.

No, I don't believe this because red blood cells and hemoglobin have been found in some (unfossilized) dinosaur bones; nor do I believe this because the earth’s magnetic field has been decaying so fast that it couldn’t be more than 10,000 years old. I don't believe this because salt is pouring into the sea much faster than it is escaping and that the sea is not nearly salty enough for this to have been happening for billions of years; nor do I believe this because the total amount of helium in the atmosphere is only 1/2000th of that expected if the atmosphere were really billions of years old.

I believe this because the Word of God tells me so.

CGL, Christian Forums 45 Comments [12/20/2007 5:55:17 AM]
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Quote# 32597

At the same time I knew that wearing a dress made me look and feel more feminine. My husband liked them. I liked me in them. More importantly, it helped me maintain a more submissive attitude toward my husband, and a more ladylike attitude with everyone else. It helped me in my walk as a Christian woman. So what was I waiting for?

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THEN my husband threw a wrench in my spokes when he asked me to stop wearing underwear under my skirts. This was NOT an order, so don’t go getting all upset with him. This was him half-jokingly telling me he’d really love it if I were perpetually “available” to him, and since he is such a wonderful husband, I wanted to submit to that request.

So now on cold days I wear crotch-less pantaloons with knee-high socks or hose. They are made from soft cotton muslin. They usually have a ruffle or lace at the edge. They are comfortable and definitely make me feel feminine, and I am still “available” for my husband. Problem solved.

Leah, Christian Domestic Discipline 115 Comments [12/20/2007 3:34:10 AM]
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Quote# 32586

One night papers were flying around my room. I decided to do an excorsism. I said in the name of Jesus Christ get out of my house and after I said that someone yelled Asha... Asha means life and something else which I forget, but I have partly been possessed by a demon before and my house has many demons in it that come and go as they please. I perform the excorsisms but it's only temporary. I may just be a teenager but I tend to take matters into my own hands.

Samantha, ChristiaNet 50 Comments [12/20/2007 3:33:52 AM]
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Quote# 32569

I have felt the presence of evil where I couldn't move or speak, but this is the first time I actually saw something. My husband went and bought a saxaphone and a music notes book so he could practice. The book was all songs by the group the "Grateful Dead". Anyways that night when I was sleeping I was having this dream and someone was wispering in my dream, so I tried to follow in my dream where the wispering was coming from and I couldn't find it, but it was coming from my right. All of a sudden I am woken out of a sleep, and I can't move or speak, and I still hear that wispering that was in my dream. I look to my right and there is a black blobby figure about 3 or 4 feet tall wispering gibberish in my ear. Now, I am really terrified and I don't know what to do. All of a sudden my hallway is lit up and I know I didn't leave the hallway light on. And I see Jesus in my hallway almost to the door of my bedroom. He was high and lifted up and he was so bright that he lit up the hallway. This blobby figure was still wispering and I gave Jesus this look like, "don't you see what I see?" aren't you going to help me?" and he didn't speak, but I had this knowing from HIM that I was supposed to take authority over it. So, I did in my mind and rubuked it until I could speak it outloud. And I asked the Lord why this happened and he showed me a book with music notes in it. Well, I knew it was the book my husband brought home and needless to say the next morning i marched that book right out to my outside trashcan! I believe that book opened up a doorway to that encounter. And since that first time of seeing something I've pretty much seen things ever since and when I can't see them I either hear them or am attacked by them without seeing them.

JesusIsLord, War of the Angels 50 Comments [12/20/2007 3:30:45 AM]
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Submitted By: Damned at Random
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Quote# 32601

No miracles are needed in creationist flood theory.

Dave Hawkins (AFDave), Rants 'n Raves 42 Comments [12/20/2007 2:55:02 AM]
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Submitted By: Ivy Mike
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Quote# 32589

An explanation, which is as good as any, is that demons surround a person from the time they are born until the time they die, knowing every little secret of that person. After you die, the demons split and attach themselves to another baby. When a person tries to connect to the dead, either through themselves (dreams, etc.) or though a medium (a sance, etc.), the demons re-unite and answer any questions to make you believe in ghosts and therefore turn you back on God.

Stephenq, ChristiaNet 47 Comments [12/20/2007 2:52:37 AM]
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Quote# 32581

[I said this in a previous post and it's from a research article so don't assume when you haven't done your research!]

Actually my senior project was on abortion, so im pretty sure i did my research. I don't give a crap what "science" says. Doesn't science also say we evolved from monkeys? You can argue with me all you want because you have a right to, but a baby is a human being from the moment of conception. And thats all im going to say about it.

mcwilli, IMDB 43 Comments [12/20/2007 2:52:02 AM]
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Submitted By: Michael
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Quote# 32590

Because the fruit that Adam and Eve ate, corrupted humanity's DNA, as sin was passed along to further generations by natural procreation. Since Jesus shared his DNA with the Divine father, through his unnatural procreation, his DNA did not have the sin gene, and this granted his spiritual descendants the ability to rid themselves of their sin gene, by being born again.

This is why "True" Christians don't sin as much as the not so true Christians, and those Hitler loving atheist.

theIdi0t, Christian Forums 49 Comments [12/20/2007 12:53:10 AM]
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Submitted By: Jeremy PC
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Quote# 32588

To me I believe that everyone that has heard of God believes in him. Because you take an atheist, claims that God doesn't exist, but when something goes wrong in their life, what do they do? They run to a Christian begging them to pray for their situation. If they don't believe in God then why ask someone to pray? Their carnal mind can't comprehend God spiritualy, but they know that he exists.

Rebecca D, ChristiaNet 50 Comments [12/20/2007 12:36:37 AM]
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Quote# 32591

I believe so. Huckabee is God's candidate, and his miraculous rise in the polls over the past month show that there is divine intervention at work. So that goes to show that going against God's divine will is a sin, as exampled by the disobedience of Eve, is blasphemy against Our Lord and Savious Jesus Christ and His Father above, then they will commit a sin greater than any other.

Do you think they will burn in the fiery pits of hell For Ever and Ever for not casting their vote for Mr. Huckabee? If not, why?

IsraelFirstAmericaSecond, http://www.mikehuckabeeforum.com 60 Comments [12/19/2007 11:33:21 PM]
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Submitted By: MiykaelPoly
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Quote# 32577

King James was not gay. That comment was made by the vatican as a smear campaign against him because of the Bible. The fact of the matter is, Dr. Virginia Mollenkott was the literary critic on the NIV was/is a lesbian. However, the vatican is a very big supporter of the NIV

shjOlds_442's, answers.yahoo.com/question/ 34 Comments [12/19/2007 11:33:03 PM]
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Submitted By: cui bono
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Quote# 32557

Ironically, hubby and I talked about this once. We talked about how even if you had the winning lottery ticket in your hand for the biggest pot ever, it would not be worth it to miss the rapture. I would gladly drop it to the floor to go and be with Jesus.
There was a time, that I wanted Jesus to come back simply to get away from the pain. When I lost my sister, I wanted to get away from the pain. And I admit there are times, with OA, that the pain is so bad, I wanted to get away from physical pain, but the longer I serve God the more I want the rapture to happen so that I can be with Jesus. I can't even imagine the comfort and joy there will be when we are in the presence of God forever. Right now we are bombarded with evil in so many ways and not just out side our minds but by thoughts the devil puts in our heads. Can you imagine never having an evil thought again? All I can say is "Come quickly, Lord Jesus".

Betty, RaptureReady 39 Comments [12/19/2007 11:25:08 PM]
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Quote# 32568

Hotze was able to better articulate his views in 1986, when he was one of dozens of ministers, professionals and laypersons who signed the Coalition on Revival's Manifesto for the Christian Church. The coalition claims on its Web site to be a national network of religious leaders aligned in a mission "to help the Church rebuild civilization on the principles of the Bible so God's will may be done on earth as it is in heaven." They want all aspects of life -- government, science and education -- to adhere to fundamental biblical beliefs. These beliefs include the following:

• A wife may work outside the home only with her husband's consent

• "Biblical spanking" that results in "temporary or superficial bruises or welts" should not be considered a crime

• No doctor shall provide medical service on the Sabbath

• All disease and disability is caused by the sin of Adam and Eve

• Medical problems are frequently caused by personal sin

• "Increased longevity generally results from obedience to specific Biblical commands"

• Treatment of the "physical body" is not a doctor's highest priority

• Doctors have a priestly calling

• People receiving medical treatment are not immune from divine intervention or demonic forces

• Physicians should preach to their patients because salvation is the key to their health

• "Christians need better health to have more energy, tolerate more stress, get depressed less often, and be more creative than our non-Christian counterparts for the advancement of God's Kingdom."

Steven Holze, Houston Press 58 Comments [12/19/2007 11:24:41 PM]
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Submitted By: Damned at Random
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Quote# 32562

That guy may have set out to shoot Christians, but you know what? You can't kill a Christian. They can't kill us, only set us free.

tygerkittn, RaptureReady 68 Comments [12/19/2007 9:58:49 PM]
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Quote# 32566

Everyone was born heterosexual. It's simple biology. So there is no choosing to be heterosexual. Even those sinning the sin of homosexuality are heterosexuals. Sinning the sin of homosexuality is an heterosexual abomination.
Homosexuality is a Heterosexual abomination

kkll4ever, CARM 59 Comments [12/19/2007 4:50:49 PM]
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Submitted By: Tdevil
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Quote# 32549

If you ever fasted and prayed for a long period of time; for example, a week, you may start to hallucinate.......just talking from experiance. And what I mean by hallucinate is that you might start seeing strange things in the spiritual world. If you are fasting and praying, like the Lord told us to do (while the bridegroom is away), some strange things you might see and hear might be coming from the enemy, and some strange things you might see might be good things from the Lord. If you are not totally grounded in Jesus, and His Way, I wouldn't suggest fasting for long periods of time.

Isaiah, Rapture Ready 45 Comments [12/19/2007 4:33:33 PM]
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Quote# 32556

I have a miracle to share if it is ok....for the past, oh I would say 2 months, my dh and I have been driving our car that has had a very bad vibration in the wheel when driving. Dh and I thought it was the tie rods or wheel bearings, and with us both working, we kept putting off checking it. Dh is good at mechanics, so one a couple weeks ago, he decided to finally check the car. What he found was a definate miracle of God. One of tires had the rubber falling off of it. He said "Do you believe in miracles honey? Because God just has been protecting us for quite awhile. We are VERY blessed that we have not had a blowout and wrecked the car and killed one or all of us!" He got new tires on the car. But I was so thankful to the Lord that He had protected us through the time we had not checked it!!!

Steffie, RaptureReady 58 Comments [12/19/2007 4:17:03 PM]
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Quote# 32547

Well, though we do adapt, I don't believe in evolution, i think it's a load of bull hockey. at the rate everything has developed in the last 100 years, you really think it took BILLIONS of years to get to here now? i think that's silly. Last time I learned about it, evolution was a theory. Personally, I think it's more probable that God created than we came from a blob of slime.

qwerty, Amazon.com Christianity Forum 39 Comments [12/19/2007 12:38:56 PM]
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Submitted By: gemsabarmy
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Quote# 32552

(In an argument that went from 'Atheists are evil' to 'we should be able to mix church and state' back to 'Atheists are evil')

"Panzer, if it would have been my business I would have fired you for being an atheist. I just would have found a way to fire you without using your lack of belief as a reason. Bad company corrupts good morals and I wouldnt have a non believer work for me. Plus, why should I have an atheist work for me when there is a christian that needs a job?"

Don, Holland Sentinel Community Bulletin Board 48 Comments [12/19/2007 12:38:06 PM]
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Submitted By: Panz
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