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Quote# 52889

It isn’t a true statement. Gay’s being married = change the definition of marriage. Yes, I’m fundamental and proud of it. AND we don’t cry foul every time someone wants to do something different.

I have a right to believe that marriage is sacred, holy and the definition is not to be changed because someone thinks it ought to be. What gives them the right to be upset and intolerant of my beliefs? They want tolerance but give none? Hypocrisy! Tolerate gays? Sure. Love them? Sure. Allow them to force their theological changes on me? No way.

Saying they are getting married is a complete misunderstanding of the sanctity of marriage, the purpose of family and spouse. They can have their own religion that ignore my beliefs, and make their own biologically unsound decisions that goes again how many billion years of evolution and not choose to pass on their genes and infect eachother with incurable diseases…and thats fine. Straight people do stupid stuff like that all the time…and when they do, we try to tolerate that too. However, it is logically backwards to say that I must tolerate their beliefs and not say that they must tolerate mine. Who wins when to beliefs are polar opposites? To demand that one party is allowed to force their beliefs on someone else is heavily biased. Marriage is a religious belief. The state should butt out…and you should tolerate my right to believe as I do.

ValiantDefender, GraphJam.com | Consequences of gay marriage 39 Comments [11/28/2008 6:25:06 PM]
Fundie Index: 5
Submitted By: Sayna

Quote# 53398

The Hebrew meaning of the phrase "help meet" in the Word of God is simply "one who helps." The Bible teaches that it is the wife's duty to HELP her husband. You may not agree with that, but it is God's plan. Many women have simply sold-out to the ungodly influences of the feminist movement and refuse to accept any such teaching. I overhead a woman once say, "I'm never going to get married, I'm not going to wait on any man hand and foot." Is it any coincidence that she is a career woman in her mid 30's with no husband or children? I think not! She is miserable by the way. Evil influences of such women as Gloria Brown, editor of Cosmopolitan Magazine have ruined women for over three decades. Brown pompously prides herself in having been a prostitute in the 1960's. No woman (especially Christian women) should support such a magazine in any way. It is of the devil. There is no greater role for a woman in this world than being at her husband's side. When Tammy Wynette first sang her most memorable song, "Stand by Your Man," the feminists went nuts! She was accused of trying to protect abuse husbands and tyrants. That was probably one of the best country songs ever produced. Every wife needs to resolve to stand by her man! If you love him you will.

Many foolish women have DESTROYED their husbands! Divorce has sky-rocketed! Jennifer Lopez is a classic example of a rebellious wife (she's already had multiple husbands because she refuses to obey, she is also living in adultery according to the Word of God). Lopez' own grandmother has expressed disgust and shame over her granddaughters lewd and lascivious behavior. The Bible condemns Jennifer Lopez, I do not.

David J. Stewart, jesus-is-savior.com 69 Comments [11/28/2008 6:25:01 PM]
Fundie Index: 8
Submitted By: The Lazy One

Quote# 53317

It's time to start offending those arse-apertures as a matter of principle. Screw civility. Go out of the way to piss them off. Find out what's important to the loons and attack, mock and ridicule it at every opportunity. The less politically correct we can be, the better.

Resurrect the stereotypes. Bring back slavery. Wipe out the redskins. Cram the fruitloops back into their closet and lock the door. Women should be barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen. Round up the liberals and send them to a desert island where they can feel each other's pain. Blow up abortuaries. Exterminate atheists

DoctorDoom, Free Conservatives 132 Comments [11/28/2008 6:20:46 PM]
Fundie Index: 58

Quote# 53098

A atheist is about to enter the forest to conduct a scientific study of great importance. Just as he begins his hike, he is met by a six-year-old boy who frantically warns, "Mister! Don't go into those woods on account of there's a monster that lives there and he'll eat you for lunch!"

The atheist condescendingly pats the boy's head and smugly explains that there are no such things as monsters, and then he enters the woods and promptly gets eaten by a bear.

The atheist is smart enough to know that there are no such things as monsters but dumb enough not to take heed

Whatnot, Free Republic 89 Comments [11/28/2008 5:28:45 PM]
Fundie Index: 7
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 53056

There are many satanic items that cause many demonic manifestations, and one of their greatest item in their arsenal is the medical profession, who are satanists at all different levels.

They implants satanic pins and inserts, and today of the modern sophisticated world, we are all aware of microchips.

Many need to also realise that we human being are spiritual beings of light and darkness, with a smidgen of "gray".

ALL THINGS are affected by EMF, or that is Radio Frequence Waves.

Since the introduction of cell phones and towers, WIFI, cordless this and cordless that, Christians have been experiencing more torment and harassment than ever before.

I could go on forever, but this modern world is under controle of the "prince of the air".

AussieNerd, Ministering Deliverance 55 Comments [11/28/2008 5:25:42 PM]
Fundie Index: 6
Submitted By: lesley

Quote# 53385

A suicidal 14 year old...suicidal over the rape or over being pregnant? Then I suggest big time intensive counseling and grief therapy. But that baby still has a right to exist. Murder shouldn't be a choice, an abortion in this case, is murder. How suicidal would this girl feel knowing a baby that was half her, is doomed and never given a chance?

Just because a baby is still a tiny fetus, it's still a human being.

I really want to smack Obama upside the head on this, if abortion had been legal when his own mother became pregnant out of wedlock, she probably would have aborted HIM!!!

PlentyGroovy, PF 50 Comments [11/28/2008 4:34:07 PM]
Fundie Index: 8

Quote# 53087

There is no such thing as an atheist, the bible does not recognise atheism, the simple fact of the matter is they know enough to know they do not want to submit to gods will.

Laras420, Youtube 41 Comments [11/28/2008 4:33:41 PM]
Fundie Index: 9

Quote# 53331

Last night Channel 4 broadcast Saving Africa’s Witch Children, as part of its Dispatches strand. The programme focused on children accused of being witches by Pentecostal pastors in Akwa Ibom state in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria, and the work of the Child Rights and Rehabilitation Network. Several pastors were featured, including Helen Ukpabio, who has featured on this blog several times in the past, most recently here. The problem makes for grim viewing: we see children who have been horribly mutilated, and in one case left brain damaged after having had a nail driven through her skull; others appear withdrawn and tearful after being rejected by their families and threatened. We also see the hostility of aggressive and angry adults against the charity workers who challenge the witch teaching and offer support to children living rough.

Channel 4 Highlights Nigerian “Witch Children”, http://barthsnotes.wordpress.com/2008/11/13/channel-4-highlights-nigerian-witch-children/ 32 Comments [11/28/2008 2:30:55 PM]
Fundie Index: 5
Submitted By: Rokard

Quote# 53305

[In regards to an atheist message on some buses which read, "Why Believe in a God? Just be Good for Goodness Sake"]


Randy, Holidash 81 Comments [11/28/2008 2:28:50 PM]
Fundie Index: 8
Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 52976

[A fundie lawyer commenting on eHarmony's discrimination lawsuit filed and won by a gay person. Previously, eHarmony would not match gay singles.]

"It’s basically the power of the government being used to force people across the country to accept beliefs that they know are not moral,"
"It’s an attack on freedom, and people better get ready to fight."

Kelly Shackelford, Citizenlink.org (Focus on the Family) 36 Comments [11/28/2008 2:26:32 PM]
Fundie Index: 2
Submitted By: Captain Janeway

Quote# 53392

Madonna is of the Devil. In fact, she even praises the Devil in her song, BEAUTIFUL STRANGER.

Madonna is a sicko! She not only blasphemes Jesus Christ in her filthy book, SEX, but also portrays herself as receiving oral sex from a dog... It is tragic that tens-of-millions of teenage girls around the world have been corrupted by the evil influences of Madonna. Only God know how much fornication, adultery, bestiality, public nudity, homosexuality, divorce, abortion, and other sins have been caused by Madonna's whorish influence on women. My question is: Why would any parent allow their child to listen to the music of a devil-worshipping lesbian who promotes bestiality? Hell will be hot enough!

David J. Stewart, Jesus-Is-Savior 66 Comments [11/28/2008 2:23:51 PM]
Fundie Index: 5

Quote# 53332

Praise God! Glorously Saved!

I am so thankful to my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Several months ago, I was a faithful reader of a devilish anti-Christian blog, Fundies Say The Darndest Things. However, after reading some of the despicable comments by those people that post there, I decided to once again, look at my Bible. I came to the conclusion that atheism is a tool of the devil to blind people. I bowed my knee and accepted Jesus as my Savior.

Waitingforhiscoming, Rapture Forums 66 Comments [11/28/2008 2:17:03 PM]
Fundie Index: 8

Quote# 53084

(in response to an article about an attempted abortion clinic bombing)

Grow up. Do you think anyone actually cares that a babykilling abortion mill is blown up? You don’t seem too concerned about the babies that are being murdered at the babykilling Austin Women’s Health Center; only that their babykilling building is left standing so they can continue to murder innocent children.

SAY THIS PRAYER: Dear Jesus, I am a sinner and am headed to eternal hell because of my sins. I believe you died on the cross to take away my sins and to take me to heaven. Jesus, I ask you now to come into my heart and take away my sins and give me eternal life.

Rev. Don Spitz, Pensito Review 74 Comments [11/28/2008 7:12:34 AM]
Fundie Index: 21

Quote# 53327

It's disconcerting that such a vocal and aggressive part of that minority is clamoring for so-called "equal rights", yet does so by giving much flak and hate to a substantially bigger minority, christians, of which the rights ARE actually violated by the homosexual activists.

Barachem, Raptrue Ready 76 Comments [11/28/2008 7:06:30 AM]
Fundie Index: 3
Submitted By: Bill O'Rly

Quote# 53037

Wait until Obama nation gets in!
There will be NO CONSTITUTION!!!
That is what happens when you sware on the koran, to up hold the constitution.

But, GOD say's these thing,s must happen.
The great falling away, dictator, destruction, ect....
I can see so much evil about to happen, it makes me sick!

Hi Hopes, Prophecy Fellowship 60 Comments [11/28/2008 3:05:39 AM]
Fundie Index: 6

Quote# 52966

[in response to hearing about eHarmony.com's agreeing to start a matchmaking affiliate that would allow gays and lesbians as part of an out-of-court settlement for a 2005 lawsuit claiming they were violating New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination]

How long until gay sex becomes mandatory as part of some "empathy" program? I give it 100 years.

Darth Executor, Theologyweb.com 64 Comments [11/28/2008 1:55:00 AM]
Fundie Index: 9
Submitted By: Andy Kaufman

Quote# 53050

*plan B pill*

Does the woman know if the egg is fertilized? No. Does she take the chance of killing her baby, even if it is just days old, when she takes this drug? Yes. Can any study realistically say how many implantations are being prevented by the pill versus hindering the release of an egg? Nope.

Each person must make her own choice and deal with whatever consequences, even if that means she is just sticking her head in the sand, but there is no excuse for saying this pill does no harm, when it certainly does in some cases.

Theresa, RR 48 Comments [11/28/2008 1:15:59 AM]
Fundie Index: 3

Quote# 52765

BobC: Why hasn’t anyone raised the issue of separation of church and state with regard to marriage. Marriage in every culture has been a religious ceremony, not a civil ceremony. The state has recognized the importance of the family as the foundation for society, and thus has supported this religious institution. However, by going beyond civil unions, which can be a state mechanism for defining the contractual relationship between individuals with defined “rights,” and redefining the religious institution of marriage, the state is intruding on religion. We need to protect religion from incursions by the state.

mari: BobC, they refuse to acknowlege the separation of church and state because it’s an inconvenient reminder that appropriating the term “marriage” is a violation of religious liberty, our first amendment. Also, the religious have a clearly stated right to freely express their religious beliefs, that means they have a right to defend them from the state violating their protections.

BobC and mari, Stand Firm 42 Comments [11/28/2008 12:53:58 AM]
Fundie Index: 0
Submitted By: Neil Morse

Quote# 53326

If God has no basis in reality how did mankind come to imagine God?
our imagination is limited by our reality...there is no imaginary thing that doesn't have a basis in reality...example horses are real, horns are real, a unicorn combines those two realties with imagination...if God has no basis in reality how did mankind come to imagine God...i'm not referring to one God in particular...just the concept of God...

fmko, Yahoo! Answers R&S 57 Comments [11/28/2008 12:50:09 AM]
Fundie Index: 6
Submitted By: Voice of Logic

Quote# 52924

Actually homophobe has two meanings. Fear of homosexuald or Extreme hate of homosexuals.
As for myself, I'm the latter.
Most of the time people think homophobe is a negative thing. I however find it as a neutral word, much like hateing spinach or ketchup.

Soaked_In_Octane, Gaia Online 62 Comments [11/28/2008 12:37:42 AM]
Fundie Index: 6
Submitted By: Sayna

Quote# 53109

I'm totally against Santa Claus.

1. I believe that all magic is evil and Santa uses magic.
2. How can it be good for parents to lie to their children about the existence of Santa?
3. He's a tool for parents to bribe/threaten their children into good behavior.
4. He's a powerful symbol of consumerism (the modern Santa was originally an advertising campaign for Coca-Cola).

I don't mind the pagan origins of some Christmas traditions since they have been changed into something good.

CelticRose, WrongPlanet 62 Comments [11/28/2008 12:35:24 AM]
Fundie Index: 7

Quote# 52937

Dad links son's suicide to 'The God Delusion'

A New York man is linking the suicide of his 22-year-old son, a military veteran who had bright prospects in college, to the anti-Christian book "The God Delusion" by Richard Dawkins after a college professor challenged the son to read it.

"Three people told us he had taken a biology class and was doing well in it, but other students and the professor were really challenging my son, his faith. They didn't like him as a Republican, as a Christian, and as a conservative who believed in intelligent design," the grief-stricken father, Keith Kilgore, told WND about his son, Jesse.

"This professor either assigned him to read or challenged him to read a book, 'The God Delusion,' by Richard Dawkins," he said.

Jesse Kilgore committed suicide in October by walking into the woods near his New York home and shooting himself. Keith Kilgore said he was shocked because he believed his son was grounded in Christianity, had blogged against abortion and for family values, and boasted he'd been debating for years.

After Jesse's death, Keith Kilgore learned of the book assignment from two of his son's friends and a relative. He searched Jesse's room and found the book under the mattress with his son's bookmark on the last page.

A WND message seeking a comment from Dawkins or his publisher was not returned today.

Jesse Kilgore, Worldnetdaily.com 74 Comments [11/28/2008 12:28:26 AM]
Fundie Index: 6

Quote# 52959

You fail to realize that this is not "home of the gay" it's "home of the BRAVE". Faggots ruin the image of the US to the world. NO OTHER country in the world condones these sodomites.You are also NOT a christian.You are part of some kind of cult obsessed with homosexuality.Oh I am VERY sorry we are not a ENLIGHTENED as you. We dont have the same crazy BELIEFS as you. If you love faggots so much move to atheist shithole denmark,just stay the fuck off of our soil,we dont need your gay agenda shit.

Hot Dick, YouTube 46 Comments [11/28/2008 12:27:40 AM]
Fundie Index: 4

Quote# 53002

The use of the word avatar is primarily derived from Hinduism
which is used to represent the incarnations of their gods.this is the word used as a basis for the reincarnation philosophy.
Is it ok for us Christians to represent ourselves using such words
or is it just a technical word with no harm meant? anyone interested can answer this question?

Vic25, Rapture Forums 37 Comments [11/28/2008 12:25:21 AM]
Fundie Index: 4
Submitted By: Khaine

Quote# 52791

[The Byers soap opera again! Here he claims that mathematics doesn't require intelligence. And regurgitates his usual masturbatory gibberish about the fantasy flood ...]

Its not the math but the presumptions that the problem.
Creationism today would not say the waters of the flood would cover Everest.
First because Everest like almost all or all mountains on earth today are the result of the continents splitting/crashing during the flood year.
These mts poped up only then creationism says.

Whatever mts existed before the flood would of been small most likely. so a lesser depth of water would be needed to cover the earth. We can presume this. I would add also the oceans would not need to be deep but rather were carved deeper during the commotion of the flood year.
Creationism teaches a different looking planet before the flood so you can't just prove us wrong by ignoring our claims.
Math is for kids but research and analysis is for thinking men.

In fact i think they find shells on Everest. cause it moved up with the shells from below.

Robert Byers, Richard Dawkins Forums 16 Comments [11/28/2008 12:22:32 AM]
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Submitted By: Calilasseia
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