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Quote# 50757

something very...incredible happened yesterday morning. i had a wonderful time with Him the night before, and i woke up to go to work, and i laid my head down for another 5 minutes before actually getting up , as soon as my head hit the pillow im telling you the truth in the Lord i am not lying, i was in the NYSE like i was a broker or trader and i was watching the dow drop like a sinking rock. 8000, 6900, 6000, etc. and i felt, i actually could feel in my body a sense of impending destruction and indeed a horrible foreboding. of course im not worried knowing Hes in control but the whole day i thought about it like, wow, that was crazy. stuff like that never happens... but i just wanted to share and encourage yall to be strong in the Lord, and in the power of HIs might. not long now... no, not long at all...

prisonersetfree, RaptureReady 52 Comments [10/29/2008 6:13:09 PM]
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Submitted By: FundieFinder

Quote# 50782

And Atheists like you think they have the world figured out. Everything from the Earth's beginning to God's supposed nonexistence.

People like this woman make me sick too, but have some respect for the unknown, man, instead of spreading a raucous, no-sense message of ignorance to make yourself feel better about what you (don't) believe.

Religion is holding the world back? What, we should forget about God to further our world efficiency or advancement in science?

gordonice, Youtube 46 Comments [10/29/2008 6:00:47 PM]
Fundie Index: 5
Submitted By: Bizlow

Quote# 50793

Should atheists be put into 'bible camps' ...?
...and be forced to stay there until they except Jesus into their life?

basisdnb, Yahoo Answers! 72 Comments [10/29/2008 5:10:29 PM]
Fundie Index: 10
Submitted By: thejebusfire

Quote# 50967

[On a story about an atheist bus campaign in London which would have 30 buses have the slogan 'There's probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life.' ]

The fact that atheists believe "there’s probably no God" means that they also believe there's probably a God.

sing, CNSNews.com - Atheists Run Ads Saying God ‘Probably’ Doesn’t Exist 60 Comments [10/29/2008 5:07:46 PM]
Fundie Index: 7

Quote# 50802

You might be an unintentional victim of misinformation as was I until I took time to study in depth about Hitler and his twisted quest for power. Under Nazi rule, the state controlled everything. That is not conservative in any sense of the word as we know it today. A survey of Nazi prisoners of war in 1941 found that 50% gave 'nature' as their religion, 40% 'Hitler' and the rest, a hodgepodge of various non practicing Christians or simply 'atheist'. Don't fall for the NAZI's = conservative lie.

roofrack502, Youtube 39 Comments [10/29/2008 5:07:43 PM]
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Submitted By: SaigoKarasu

Quote# 50665

Just a breif look at you statement, indicates that you really have not done your research, on the historisity if the bible. You, simply have formed your opinions to placate your lifesyle and wishes. To simply dismiss the bible as a book written by meer men, to oppress the masses, is sophmoric at best, but, indicates your total lack of true study. I could sit here and heap mounds of knowledge and historical data to disprove your claims, but I trust you really don't wish to find the truth, you rather enjoy your current false world of security. I would gladly walk you through a true study, of not only the history of the bible but the truth about Jesus.
His servant.

wereseven, the Boot 50 Comments [10/29/2008 4:29:49 PM]
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Submitted By: FacelessAtheist

Quote# 50892

Well, roughly, carbon-14 dating systems are old. They were founded in 1948. They assume that the material being tested hasn't decayed itself, which is wrong, it does. So the dating compounds itself through decay, making it unreliable. In order to take decay into account, you have to make further assumptions that the decay RATE is the same which is also not true. The decay rate varies, further skewing the results.

Then they replaced it with radio-carbon dating which also saw similar problems with even further differentiating results and are now testing some other radio technology that I will have to go look up because I can't pronounce it or spell it.

You can go ahead and confirm the above though, because it happens to be true.

Also of interest to me was, that underwater specimens are completely off the charts of what was expected in tests within the SAME fossils from the same areas. They've now concluded that underwater specimens have much different decay rates as well as specimens that were exposed to water for periods of time.

Brielé, WoW Offtopic 36 Comments [10/29/2008 4:29:34 PM]
Fundie Index: 4
Submitted By: L

Quote# 50647

(In response to a post about protesting a Hindu Rally in Trafalgar Square...)

fred the bus driver said...

Hey Garv,

It is good that you are protesting against this Hindu rally.

Some of us at church are thinking of getting a bus together and going up to protest at a certain Chicago university. Apparently this university is distributing FREE COPIES OF DARWIN to students and indoctrinating their vulnerable young minds through lectures espousing the ideas of evolution. Read more here:


I know that you have an interest in education, so perhaps you would consider writing to the President of this university to protest against this breach of academic freedom.

God bless,

fred the bus driver, The Garvanian 41 Comments [10/29/2008 4:29:01 PM]
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Submitted By: Dreadnought3000

Quote# 50722

As Christians you and I are placed in this world to be a light in a world of darkness. There is no lasting benefit to ignore a holiday that exists around us, but it also does harm to celebrate Halloween as it has originated and grown over the centuries.

My suggestion? Christians should be teaching their children (age appropriately) that:

*there is a spiritual world filled with goodness from God and evil from Satan (Eph. 2:1-10);
*life with Christ has power over darkness (I John 4:4); and
*those who celebrate Halloween either are unaware of its roots, or are intentionally promoting a world where evil is lauded and viewed as an ultimate power.

Eric Watt, CBN, "Should Christians Celebrate Halloween?" 36 Comments [10/29/2008 3:09:03 PM]
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Submitted By: GreenEyedLilo

Quote# 50765

[Is Rapture Ready too frivolous for you? Try this.]

There is no free will. It is not a case of “can I use my will this way or that?” or “am I within the bounds of the rules to do this or that with my free will?” There is no free will to use at all. Joseph was blessed of God to be visited by God and God was in Him as Word and Spirit through Abraham.

Therefore, whether the Romanists liar likes it or not, God wrestled against Himself exactly as man would wrestle with his own children in play. and exactly as God killed Himself through the means of the Romans on the request of the Jews at His express counsel to save His people from His Own wrath: in absolute lack of the free will of man.

Christian Clarity Review, Christian Clarity Review 48 Comments [10/29/2008 3:06:59 PM]
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Submitted By: Grigori Yefimovich

Quote# 50869

On August 28, 2008 I emailed Warren Buffet and told him that God was about to shift the World's Financial Market, the prophecy was fulfilled on 9/15/08.
On October 15, 2008 God gave me another prophecy for 2009 to give to the world. Another shift is coming, this one will be worse than the former one. An oil crisis will be included with it, and in the future worldwide famine and depression. If you will read today's headlines you will discover that the plunge of the world's financial market is taking shape, even gold is declining in value. God is in control and the word of God is in the mouth of the prophet. God has always fufilled the prophecies that he spoke through me. my ministry newsletter has most of the fulfilled prophecies detailed that God spoke or performed through me

carolyb56, ireport. 45 Comments [10/29/2008 2:51:40 PM]
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Submitted By: L

Quote# 50845

Someone other than humans had a working knowledge of the germ theory in order to write the highly advanced hygiene laws of scripture in the first five books of The Bible. Why other than human? Because you must have and know how to use a microscope in order to learn the germ theory and no human on Earth 3500 years ago had a microscope at their disposal. But someone or something named Yahweh did.

Answerer 5, Yahoo Answers 45 Comments [10/29/2008 2:43:09 PM]
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Submitted By: prince

Quote# 50940

Atheists: Who or what created everything?
If you don't believe that God made everything, then how did it come into existence? Aliens is not a good answer, because then who created the aliens? Evolution is not valid, because it is scientifically and mathematically impossible. "I don't know" is not a good answer because your whole philosophy is grounded in ignorance.

kdanley, Yahoo! Answers 51 Comments [10/29/2008 1:36:58 PM]
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Submitted By: tawaen

Quote# 50762

John : I am laughing at your superior intellect.

Since you're an avowed atheist, I am laughing at the fact that you believe in spontaneous generation - and you're so smart.

OMFG : You mean "abiogenesis" right? Not "spontaneous generation," right?

John : Oh, so now we have a fancy name for it - abiogenesis. So clever.

John, Daylight Atheism 38 Comments [10/29/2008 12:43:51 PM]
Fundie Index: 6

Quote# 50739

How can you call yourself religous if you aren't even Christian?
My minister at church said all people who believe in other gods like muslim will go and burn forever in the firey pits of hell. How can you even consider thinking about another god apart from the one real god. my minister also saiud that acolored person as president would be the antichrist and woudl change things. So how can a peron who is non christian become president when god isnt looking after them because they dont belive in god because they are going to hell

sarah_gibson@y7mail.com, Yahoo Answers 71 Comments [10/29/2008 3:23:03 AM]
Fundie Index: 11
Submitted By: thejebusfire

Quote# 50862

Abortion clinic bombers not terrorists: Palin

Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, who has accused Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama of "palling around with terrorists," has refused to call people who bomb abortion clinics by the same name.
Asked by NBC television presenter Brian Williams whether an abortion clinic bomber was a terrorist, Governor Palin heaved a sigh and, at first, circumvented the question.

"There's no question that Bill Ayers by his own admittance was one who sought to destroy our US Capitol and our Pentagon. That is a domestic terrorist," Governor Palin said, referring to a 1960s leftist who founded a radical violent gang dubbed the Weathermen and who years later supported Senator Obama's first run for public office in the state of Illinois.

"Now, others who would want to engage in harming innocent Americans or facilities that it would be unacceptable to ... I don't know if you're gonna use the word 'terrorist' there," she added.


Sarah Palin, ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) News 47 Comments [10/29/2008 3:19:55 AM]
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Submitted By: Ionakana

Quote# 50917

“I am a red blooded, fully functional, American man, who desires to have his thoughts and words be acceptable to God. I have been happily married for 28 years. THE BIBLICAL ISSUE OF MODESTY IS BEST UNDERSTOOD BY AN UNDERSTANDING OF DEFRAUDING. No one should take any action whereby he causes desires to be raised in another that cannot be righteously satisfied. ...

That our society drenches every inch of media in sexually explicit advertising is a source of much temptation, sadness and concern for this man. Facing that sort of issue with Christian sisters in a church setting is most grievous. I believe the phrase ‘long, loose and lots of it’ should be the motto of Christian women’s apparel. ...

Before knowing her husband, my bride had no idea of how men think, or how easily stimulated they are. I hope my candor may be of some value to Christian sisters who are trying to live holy lives. I try to tell young ladies that I can influence for good, that the kind of fish you catch depends on what you bait your hook with, and where you cast your line. If you can’t catch a man in church with a modest dress on, you don’t want him anyway!”

Anonymous Fundie, Survey of Christian Men on the Subject of Women's Clothing 58 Comments [10/29/2008 3:18:57 AM]
Fundie Index: 7
Submitted By: Grigori Yefimovich

Quote# 50780

"I got two daughters---a nine years old, and a six years old. I'm gonna teach them first of all about values and morals, BUT...if they make a mistake, I don't won't them punished with a baby." ~Obama

So if his own daughters were 'mistakes', then he would have had them killed. Not to mention Obama have no regards for grandchildren. Values and morals, he says.... :roll: Watch the vid. It's only three minutes and fifty two seconds long...and worth watching.

Xiao-Feng-Fury, DeviantART 44 Comments [10/29/2008 1:47:47 AM]
Fundie Index: 5
Submitted By: spoonorca

Quote# 50934

[Discussing Palin's refusal to label people who bomb abortion clinics as "terrorists."]

I agree that bombing abortuaries is not necessarily "terrorism," because in many cases, the intent is not to "instill fear," but to destroy the means of killing the unborn. My main moral objection to the practice is that it is impossible to be sure that only property, not people, will be harmed.

NorrinRadd, AARM 59 Comments [10/28/2008 9:32:04 PM]
Fundie Index: 4

Quote# 50711

First of all, polygamy is not a "nontraditional" marriage. It has been practiced since the days of Abraham and is still considered religiously acceptable by various Jewish and Muslim sects. Even though it is not socially acceptable in the United States today, it is still a union between a man and a woman.

Secondly, just because polygamy played a big role in the history of the LDS Church doesn't mean it is the focal point of the church's success. Faith in the Lord is the only focal point, period. And lastly, I can't understand how anyone can be so discouraged over something so trivial as the church's position on homosexuality. Whatever happened to the concept of "When the Lord speaks, the debate ends"?

David Pomeroy, Deseret News 41 Comments [10/28/2008 9:17:35 PM]
Fundie Index: 7
Submitted By: Gadren

Quote# 50719

[Excerpt from article about a new "pro-life" pharmacy.]

CHANTILLY, Va. – A new drug store at a Virginia strip mall is putting its faith in an unconventional business plan: No candy. No sodas. And no birth control. Divine Mercy Care Pharmacy is among at least seven pharmacies across the nation that are refusing as a matter of faith to sell contraceptives of any kind, even if a person has a prescription.

States across the country have been wrestling with the issue of pharmacists who refuse on religious grounds to dispense birth control or morning-after pills, and some have enacted laws requiring drug stores to fill the prescriptions.

In Virginia, though, pharmacists can turn away any prescription for any reason.

"I am grateful to be able to practice," pharmacy manager Robert Semler said, "where my conscience will never be violated and my faith does not have to be checked at the door each morning."

Semler ran a similar pharmacy before opening the new store, which is not far from Dulles International Airport. The store only sells items that are health-related, including vitamins, skin care products and over-the-counter medications.

On Tuesday, the pharmacy celebrated a blessing from Arlington Bishop Paul S. Loverde. While Divine Mercy Care is not affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church, it is guided by church teachings on sexuality, which forbid any form of artificial contraception, including morning-after pills, condoms and birth control pills, a common prescription used by millions of women in the U.S.

"This pharmacy is a vibrant example of our Holy Father's charge to all of us to wear our faith in the public square," said Loverde, who sprinkled holy water on the shelves stocked with painkillers and acne treatments. "It will allow families to shop in an environment where their faith is not compromised."

The staff at Divine Mercy Care Pharmacy, the Christian Post article 92 Comments [10/28/2008 6:30:40 PM]
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Submitted By: GreenEyedLilo

Quote# 50805

If a virus LOSING traits is 'evolution' then so is a person cutting off their arm.

OriginalBigWhite, IMDB Religion 45 Comments [10/28/2008 6:25:28 PM]
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Quote# 50691

What do you atheists set it at, and how did you come to your conclusion?

My view is that no matter which way you slice it you can't explain nature with nature, therefor our universe's origins falls into the realm of supernatural. Considering the information behind nature's properties and the fact that life is made up of nano-machinery and a brilliant (perhaps even optimal) genetic code, I have very few doubts the supernatural origins of the universe is of an Intelligent nature.

Therefor my probability of God's existence would be very close to 1:1.

SirJaredJammer, IMDB boards on Expelled 45 Comments [10/28/2008 6:02:46 PM]
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Submitted By: wautd

Quote# 50726

WILL ANYONE ACTUALLY READ WHAT I WROTE? Susan, where did you get the idea that I think men are justified in raping women? I was only saying that girls stupid enough to get drunk beyond comprehension and who can't even remember what happened the night before have no right to cry rape.

Chris Collins, ANTI-Gay Marriage (Facebook) 76 Comments [10/28/2008 5:56:37 PM]
Fundie Index: 3
Submitted By: Kimby

Quote# 50770

I don’t see how an atheist has any way of demonstrating that rape and murder are wrong.

Chesterton, Christian Forums 66 Comments [10/28/2008 5:49:38 PM]
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Submitted By: Hadron
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