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Quote# 22486

This comes as no surprise to me. I've been saying for years that we need to be prepared because the kind of persecution believers suffer in places like China is coming here, and I think it's going to come on very quickly. It starts with gagging Christians so we can't say anything in public and swiftly - very swiftly - progresses to hauling us before courts and magistrates, and then to "re-education" facilities, and finally to execution chambers.

I tire of the people who say "it's not going to happen here, blah blah blah". Wake up - it already IS happening here. I also tire of the people who say "God promised us we wouldn't suffer". Uhm no He didn't. He promised us Christ would be with us, even to the end of the age. And He promised that we would not suffer His wrath. But all else is fair game - going through heinous persecution, in danger of death, having your property confiscated - all of that and more.

mikitta, Rapture Ready 28 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22491

I sometimes think that the cheerleaders for the homos and their putative rights are actually ecologists, who are happy that at least
these people will not be reproducing and filling the planet with any more detestable human beings...

A good evolutionist, if you'll pardon the contradiction in terms, would indeed encourage homosexuality as a viable option in the hope of making other adults de facto infertile, and having more of the space available in coming generations set aside for one's own offspring.

Uncle Davey, Usenet: free.christians 32 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22496

[Whether abortion is legal under the US Constitution is not a question of religion.

By the same token would you prohibit schools from teaching that the Earth is about 4.5 billion years old just because some religious opinions do not recognize reality?]

Yep, and you would choose to teach my kids something you call reality but cannot be proven.

I hate to tell you this, but the Constitution is like the Law of Moses. It shows the need for a Saviour. The law cannot satisfy everyone. The law cannot be just for everyone. There will be no true justice until Christ is King.

Lisa0315, Christian Forums 27 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22498

If evolution was true then we would see animals with 6 legs

Dwayne Dibbley, ABC Online Forum 77 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22500

[Sadly not. According to gallup's last poll only 99.86% of people with a relevant ( biological ) degree accept evolution.]

Well, until I get a "relevant ( biological ) degree" ... no ... skip that ... if I had a "relevant ( biological ) degree", I'd be in the .14 percentage.

AV1611VET, Christian Forums 30 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22501

Evolution is thought of as fact by many people, but not because they have examined the evidence for it and concluded the thooery is correct. No, instead they have been spoonfed a hoax by scientists who cover-up anything they find that implies creation in science. Such is the case with thousands of artifacts found around the world. They sit in boxes in the basements of museums and universities, and the general public is not given privy to even knowing they exist, much less being able to examine them. If you meet with one of the directors of these institutions and ask to examine thier artifacts, you will be asked to show your credentials which varify that you have a PhD or at least a Master's and are in need of seeing them for a scientific reason. If they don't like you or if you are a Christian, you don't get in to see them.

ElderMan, FileFront Gaming Forums 21 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22502

"Some Christians believe in evolution." or "Some evolutionists believe in creation." Afterall, isn't a Christian or someone of any religion who believes that God created life through evolution (but he didn't) actually an evolutionist> Isn't every evolutionist that believes that God created life through evolution a God-believer? Indeed they are. However, none of this proves the message you were trying to convey: that Christianity has lost out to evolution and that evolution is slowly replacing belief in creation as defined by the holy scriptures. This claim that you were attempting to convey is slanted, because it attempts to provide justification which is contrary to the numbers. The fact is that the world is slowly getting more religious. Millions more people now believe that there is a "divine being" or creator of some kind that did 100 years ago. This is partly due to the fact that many people around the world in countless nations have converted or been converted to one religion or another.

ElderMan, FileFront Gaming Forums 8 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22503

When is comes to "education" the Spanish Inquisition is absolutely ruthless. They used Copernicus, Galileo, Kepler and Einstein to attack the FIRST book of the Bible and Darby to attack the book of Revelation—the LAST book of the Bible.

In the secular realm they used DARWINISM or EVILution to destroy faith in the Genesis and scientific account of Creation. All the schools under their control teach Darwinism or the theory that the earth is millions of years old and that man came from monkeys.

This deadly Spanish Inquisition Jesuit has sent millions of soul to hell believing that they were just animals that time and chance happened to place on this small planet.

He stole his theory from ancient Egypt where monkeys were a vital part of the Pharaonic religion.

EVILution destroys faith in God and the Bible. With no fear of a coming judgment, politicians and others have no qualms about taking bribes from the "Federal" Reserve Bank in order to deliver the country to the Spanish Inquisition.

Darwin lied and denied the existence of giants and he claimed to have found the missing link in Patagonia, Argentina.

Niall Kilkenny, Reformation 52 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22504

Thank God that the earth is NOT moving!!

The Biblical geocentric model of the universe is called WYSIWYG — What you see is what you get...True science is supposed to be based on observation. We see the array of stars wheeling around the earth approximately daily, and we motorize our telescopes to follow their steady motion. We see the sun rising and setting daily. We see the planets doing roughly the same thing, and we see the moon following them on a somewhat different schedule, all revolving around the earth as our eyes testify.

There is no justification at all from what we observe to arbitrarily assume the stars to be fixed and the earth rotating. The beauty of geocentricity is that what you see is what you get! It is a simple and readily understandable scenario for those who are willing to believe what their eyes tell them, and make the mental transition back to the instinctive reference frame of a stationary earth.

Niall Kilkenny, Reformation 40 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22505

From what I've read our society today is alot like first century Rome. They were throwing Christians to the lions. It freaks me out a little bit. I hope I could stand, but I don't know if I could watch my children be fed to lions. Oh, Lord Jesus, please come soon!

laurie in ok, Rapture Ready 52 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22507

If god is the sole creator of the natural world, then he is also the sole arbiter in deciding what is natural an un-natural, the former being that which is in harmony with his plan and his nature. He is, of course, also the only means by which anyone can tell what is right and wrong.

If it necessary and/or beneficial for a society or nation not to contravene god's laws and tolerate disobedience to them, preferring rather that which is 'right' and 'natural' according to god, its legislation, the key way in which it controls the populace, should reflect this.

If god created sex for a married woman and man, then it is immoral for unmarried women and men to have sex with one another, because it is a violation of god's plan for humanity.

Should extramarital sex be criminalised? At the very least, should the State not remove any children produced through extramarital sex, so that they are not poisoned with this immorality and un-natural behaviour?

Robbie_James_Francis, Christian Forums 23 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22509

[Responding to a news story in which a Muslim woman sought a divorce from her abusive Muslim husband, but was denied by a German judge according to "Islamic law"]

the state should stay out of the affairs between a man and his wife me thinks.

[When he's beating her and threatening to kill her?]

obviously if the man is going to kill his wife or beats her severely thats different. But the state has no business getting involved if he just hits her.

Soviestan, NationStates Forum 27 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22510

[It is a stumbling block when swimsuit ties stick out from under clothing (e.g. tied around the neck).]

Yes, it is. It makes me wonder what is under there and what exactly are those ties holding up.

Anonymous, age 13, The Rebelution 50 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22511

"It's so disgusting making comic heroes gay and lesbians....... i don't kids should be exposed to this kind of stuff. superheroes need to be straight..."

[As opposed to what, the rest of the world? Homosexuality exists in the same world that kids live in. They are not unaware of it. With that said, the majority of the gay characters depicted in DC books have been in titles aimed at more mature audiences, not the all ages titles. Therefore, the readers who are exposed to those characters are more inclined to understand their nature. I applaud the use of diverse characters, as it goes a long way in eliminating the ridiculous fear and ignorance, as evidenced in your post.]

"thanks i appreciate the comments. As long as i know i'm getting to ur heads....

homosexuality is not for kids. I'm glad that the gay comic characters are at least in comics meant for older people. And hopefully the little kids won't accidentally read them.

kids need to be kept away from the disgusting filth of homosexuality... we don't to teach them the wrong message. They need to learn that men are for women, and women for men."

myirga, IMDB.com 24 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22513

Are you fighting the good fight to STOP those perverts from overrunning the schools where our children attended and now their children attend?
Are you for the gay movement to come in and take over your neighborhood, like they have done in parts of San Francisco and other neighborhood across the world with their vile gay pride parades and vulgar display of perversions in public, many times right in front of our innocent children?
Have you ever had to deal with a gay hedonistic exhibitionist?
What about those who are not gay but bring vulgarity by way of advertisements on huge billboards in your neighborhood?
Do you want your children to have to walk past some foul sexually explicit advertisement on their way to school everyday?

And you dare tell me to put my man pants on and I would feel better? For your information, I am NOT a man. I am a woman, a grown woman/grandmother, who is very concerned about what vulgarity the secular general public is allowing to be displayed in public view for everyone to see. How appalling is that to fight the good fight against the wicked? If they are not brought to the conviction of their sin by speaking out, it convicts, then how are we being used by not participating in the battle against the wicked whiles of the devil? To just go preach mushy type gospel is not what Jesus was all about! My God is not a God to just sit idle without using his servants to speak out against the wicked deeds of others. Nor does he not use his people to speak out against the wicked. He used Moses to speak out plenty! He used many many people to speak out to the wicked about their evil deeds. Don't tell me Michael Savage is in the wrong. He is not! There are plenty of scritpures in the bible that speak out against evil and call it for what it truly is. vile vulgar fornicators whores. there are plenty enough times in the bible where the sinner is called exactly what they are by name.

Relic, 123 Christian Forums 25 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22516

[Responding to article about UK criminalising dropping out of school before 18]

Sigh...this is obviously just another way of chipping away at parents rights in subservience to the pro-communist, pro-homosexual perversion, anti-Christian government.

defiastraitor, Christian Forums 24 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22517

Have you ever personally had a Miracle? I have had dozens and dozens, from tooth aches, headaches, aches and pains, witchcraft attacks, and cysts disappearing immediately after praying. I also have had dozens and dozens of headaches that did not go away. No one knows why, but we don't always get healed when we pray. Sometimes we do and sometimes we don't. That really is God's business.

Stan, demonbusters 51 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22522

[Taken from his first comment.]

I love how the Christian always wins! I really do love that! Praise the Lord!

[4th Comment.]








A Friend aka Churchwork, Fstdt! Comments 151 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22523

The reason there is still evil is because those beings who chose to be evil were given the right to be evil. Righteously, therefore, God deals with it properly, not like puff the magic dragon, it happens then it gets stopped in a second, but in due time it gets erradicated. For example, Hitler had his short time, then he was stopped. Similarly, the coming Antichrist will do his nasty and be stopped in a few short 7 years, then be cast into hell for all eternity. In otherwords, that will never happen again.

A Friend aka Churchwork, Fstdt! Comments 131 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22524

I don't [need evidence]. I have God on my side. God doesn't need evidence.

gipper, Christian Forums 32 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22526

Those talented and clever Egyptians... all kinds of theories have been put forward as to how they could build such marvellous pyramids and be so clever with their astronomy, physics and so on.

How could human beings be hunting apes for 100,000 years then suddenly build pyramids? Many doubt that we could build the pyramids with such precision with today's technology.

From a creationist point of view, it is entirely reasonable that the Egyptians were so clever. They were closer relations to Adam than we are. God did not create a stupid man, he created a genetically superior man who had great intellect. His descendents also were very clever and skillful- Noah etc.

The extraordinary skill and know-how of the Egyptians cannot be explained by "evolution" i.e. from 100,000 years man/ape hunting, then building pyramids.

scarlets79, CARM 28 Comments [3/25/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22428

nothing in science can ground your percetions in reality because you still percieve science with your perceptions. If your perceptions are illusions then science is an illusion.

Metacrock, CARM 49 Comments [3/24/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22431

*In response to a question about whether or not muller21 would worry about his brother who is in hell, while muller21 is in heaven*

if i did than God will confurt me or ill be ocupied worshiping God and doing glorious things and wont worry about it they had their chance

muller21, http://forum.bodybuilding.com 18 Comments [3/24/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: John
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Quote# 22433

John, if there were truly that many [transitional fossils] then why isn't there hundreds of pictures of them online? I see roughly the same very small few so called transitional forms when I actually do see a fossil. There are hundreds of sites on this stuff, so why don't they post real pictures instead of something out of a sci-fi book?

Am I truly going to find unarguable evidence in fossil warehouses of tons of clear (unshaped by man) transitional species? I have a strong feeling I won't but I would love to visit them.

Invisionary, YoungComposers 21 Comments [3/24/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 22434

[Re: <a href="http://www.therebelution.com/modestysurvey/browse">a survey about women who "flaunt" their bodies</a>]

They make me wary and uncomfortable. The first thing I plan to consider in my wife (besides being a Christian) is whether she has pursued the battle for purity all her life.

Anonymous male, age 14, Rebelution Modesty Survey 42 Comments [3/24/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Sayna
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