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Quote# 37009

[Comment on a deviation about the subject of a woman needing an abortion in order to save her life]

When god does not give you a choice you die like he intended. abortion is not natural.

Zowiz, Deviantart comments 24 Comments [3/31/2008 11:04:20 PM]
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Submitted By: Kaikou
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Quote# 37008

(This guy is just a goldmine of stupid)

"Evolation Theory the is a just a other tool for Lucifer/Satan/Devil.

I don't mean to provoke anyone. I'm just sharing my faith that's all. Is the Christianity is a sin?
I bet that you want me to kill myself and burn in hell too RIGHT?"

LoneWolf1984, Deviant Art 29 Comments [3/31/2008 10:59:10 PM]
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Submitted By: J-Hay
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Quote# 37012

God loves people who are in Hell. Those in Hell can't feel that love, but the reality of Hell does not alter the reality of his love. When Jesus sees people in Hell, he weeps.

True_Blue, Christian Forums 26 Comments [3/31/2008 8:16:13 PM]
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Submitted By: Jeremy PC
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Quote# 36998

The great intellectuals in history such as Archimedes, Aristotle, St. Augustine, Francis Bacon, Isaac Newton and Lord Kelvin did not propose an evolutionary process for a species to transform into a more complex version.

Someone with too much time on their hands, Conservapedia 13 Comments [3/31/2008 6:19:35 PM]
Fundie Index: 9
Submitted By: Mark
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Quote# 37000

Exactly. And since the genre of Genesis is historical narrative, it must be taken literally.

Samuel_Rigby, christianfourms.com 12 Comments [3/31/2008 6:17:37 PM]
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Submitted By: Brat
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Quote# 36995

[When asked if the Bible was more important as law than the Constitution]

Yes
the constitution has many flaws where god's words are pure and final no one can live up to what god has created

Fred, Y! Answers 17 Comments [3/31/2008 5:05:20 PM]
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Submitted By: Reverend Davidius
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Quote# 36992

A huge spot on Mars found last year by astronomers had some scientists wondering whether it contained life. Evolutionists have speculated that this hole or cavern “might be the sort of place that could support life.” The desire to find life on Mars is so strong that even a hole is promising!

Meanwhile, a 2018 European Space Agency mission—to find signs of life on hundreds of extrasolar planets—is being planned. Not surprisingly, it’s called the “Darwin mission.” Billions of dollars will be spent on what will be a fruitless search for extraterrestrial life, rather than to believe the ultimate Extraterrestrial placed us here.

Unknown, Answers in Genesis 16 Comments [3/31/2008 5:03:30 PM]
Fundie Index: 6
Submitted By: Paradox
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Quote# 36967

[...Isn't that nothing more than faith?]

Faith requires you to just believe... you can "know" rather than just have faith... knowledge comes through works, through following promptings of the Holy spirit...

Idea, Christian Forums 9 Comments [3/31/2008 3:24:11 PM]
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Quote# 36993

Okay so I am going to prom with my boyfriend. Well I was looking for a prom dress, and I couldn't find one under 100.00 dollars. I wasn't to happy about that fact. I didn't want to break 50.00 bucks. So in the car driving with my mom I were going to the next store I prayed. I just told the Lord that I really needed a lavender prom dress that was 50.00 dollars. So we walked into the store and there was a whole rack of dresses that were lavender (in my size) and 30.00 dollars!!!! I was extatic! It was awesome. Just some encouragement for those out there who think that God doesn't answer prayers!

I was amazed. I just couldn't believe it. What's more amazing is I was praying oh, about 3 days ago asking God to show me how prayer is manifested into my life. So when that happened I literally got on my knees and thanked God for what he given me. You should've seen the looks of the surrounding people. But I didn't care.

princessofgod, CBH 23 Comments [3/31/2008 2:54:00 PM]
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Submitted By: Stique
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Quote# 36991

A dozen seashell necklaces (or perhaps bracelets) were discovered in a cave in Morocco, North Africa. The discovery surprised archaeologists who dated the ornamental jewelry at 82,000 years old but previously believed that humans had not developed such art until around 50,000 years ago.

Dating such discoveries has led some Christians to wonder when God created humans. Many “progressive creationists” have gradually pushed their range of dates back: 10,000–25,000 years, then 10,000–35,000, up to 60,000, and sometimes up to 100,000 years.

A clear reading of Genesis, on the other hand, shows that mankind was created about 6,000 years ago, but all vestiges of the earliest cultures were destroyed during the Flood. These artifacts, found in post-Flood geologic formations, must be less than 4,500 years old.

The dating methods of secular archaeologists are based on incorrect assumptions, and the key to correct dates is the infallible Word of God.

Unknown, Answers in Genesis 11 Comments [3/31/2008 12:28:00 PM]
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Submitted By: Paradox
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Quote# 36984

The sun orbits the earth every 24 hours

[Shortly afterwards]

The seasons are caused by the annual motion of the sun around the earth!!

n/a, Reformation 36 Comments [3/31/2008 11:34:07 AM]
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Submitted By: Count Zapolai
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Quote# 36973

My goodness! I bought all 3 guitar hero games for my 12 year old son's birthday, based on the fact that so many other kids in my son's private Christian school had it in their homes and were playing it.

As soon as I viewed it, I saw a multitude of satanic images constantly being paraded before my kid's eyes: to name a few: goats horns on an evil looking guy named "Lu" (short for Lucifer), moons and stars, pentagrams, white owls, dragons, and snakes.
These images are floating towards your child non-stop as he is playing the guitar along with the game.
Instead of returning the game, I used this as an example of what to be discerning about in life to my kids. I explained what the images meant, and how to rebuke them,and not give them any power in their lives.

I was one of those Christian Moms who said no to Pokemon, Harry Potter and the like, and kept these things away from my children. But now? Where do we draw the line? My kids are teens (almost) and need to know how to spiritually combat these elements with the Sword of the Spirit--The Word of God.

What do you all think? Where do we as parents draw the line with our teens?

Adoration, Rapture Ready 26 Comments [3/31/2008 11:04:30 AM]
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Quote# 36977

[Bitner wrote:
Yes, I know Yahweh was testing Abraham. It was a sick, sadistic test that any self-respecting Deity should be above making. If Yahweh knows every hair on a person's head, as you claim, and knows what is in their hearts, and is omniscient, such testing wouldn't be necessary. He'd already know what Abraham would do.]


god DID already know what was going to happen, You see God is all knowing, which includes the future. He wanted to test Abraham.

Knit and Pray, topix.com 14 Comments [3/31/2008 9:30:05 AM]
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Submitted By: antichrist
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Quote# 36979

[so, god doesn't want anyone to be themselves? who HE CREATED them to be?]


God did not create people like that...if he did then he would be a cruel and unloving God for creating people with feelings that they can't control...but he's not he did not create them like that.

i'm gonna try to stay away from starting a debate on whether it's a choice or not b/c the bible doesn't really specify if it's chosen or not..it just says it's a sin..

I think mostly because it's lust..not love. major difference.

afrikanprincess, Teenspot 4 Comments [3/31/2008 9:24:59 AM]
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Submitted By: Feminazi
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Quote# 36980

(In response to a class doing a Muslim prayer as part of a project on Islam)
That gotta be the dumbest most brain dead thing to do to a class! Frankly I would NOT let any kids be subjected to that!

PrincessPurple, Rapture Ready 17 Comments [3/31/2008 8:57:45 AM]
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Submitted By: Chamale
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Quote# 36972

[During a discussion about the guy who said "I can sum it up in 3 words: Evolution is a lie."]

I covered for him later by saying, "'Evolution' is not a word."

AV1611VET, ChristianForums 24 Comments [3/31/2008 7:13:20 AM]
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Submitted By: the grinch's little helper
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Quote# 36981

What makes people believe science over religion?
There is no hard facts about global warming. Dinosaurs DID live with human. They found dinosaurs bones and human bones of the same age.
We didn't come from monkeys, we have the same D.N.A. because WE CAME FROM THE SAME GOD!!

shannon b, Y! Answers 8 Comments [3/31/2008 7:10:20 AM]
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Submitted By: Mike
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Quote# 36962

[on the murder of a fifteen year old transsexual]

Great, something for the queens to cry about - riiiiiight, one kid shoots another kid in a public school who happens to be “gay”, so therefore, a pro-homosexual agenda has to be pushed on ALL students even harder?

What kind of parents lets their SON go to school in makeup and high heels in the first place???

Baladas, Free Republic 16 Comments [3/31/2008 2:58:59 AM]
Fundie Index: 10
Submitted By: Paradox
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Quote# 36971

You're right! Thanks for waking me up. I really shouldn't have said it that way. I don't know what I was thinking. I really should have said it like this:

Mona Lisa is proof of Leonardo Da Vinci. That's common sense.
The Statue of David is proof of Michelangelo. That's common sense.
Falling Water is proof of Frank Lloyd Wright. That's common sense.
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is proof of Samuel Langhorne Clemens. That's common sense.
Creation is proof of the Creator. That's common sense.

Anyone that says differently (without some sort of solid evidence), in my opinion, is just being stubborn, or foolish, or both.

Have a nice day

MekFelix, Gametrailers 29 Comments [3/31/2008 2:01:20 AM]
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Quote# 36955

We keep hearing from atheists that they are not a movement and that "atheism is not a belief system" but merely the denial of a belief in God. So isn't it interesting that we now have atheist books, atheist magazines, atheist conferences, atheist organizations, atheist Sunday schools, an atheist radio show, and so on? Quite clearly atheism has become an ideology and our atheist friends cannot escape criticism by inanely proclaiming that their position doesn't constitute a position. Perhaps one of these days these characters will stop living in denial and prove worthy of the rational realism that they claim to uphold.

Dinesh D'Souza, AOL News Bloggers 4 Comments [3/31/2008 12:44:03 AM]
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Submitted By: Sayna
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Quote# 36968

[In a thread on acceptance of the Joshuan genocide:
"So maybe I should give you an opportunity to use your imagination: the leader of your religious community proclaims that GOD has decided to protect His flock against corrupting influences, and orders all of you to slay all non-Christians in your neighbourhood, along with their children and household animals... Would you comply?"]

Yes

Lisa0315, Christianforums.com 21 Comments [3/31/2008 12:42:21 AM]
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Submitted By: Jane the Bane
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Quote# 36963

Seems to me the better solution would be to make homosexuality socially unacceptable, and cause gay, cross dressing children to dress and act straight, at least until they are old enough to have a private life where they can share their perversions with friends who want to share the gay lifestyle with them. All the politically correct attempts to convince straight people that homosexuality is normal won’t prevent the next young thug from killing or beating a gay kid. What liberals will accomplish with the radical, gay agenda is the next step in tearing down sexual morality and cultural standards. Someday, we will read how some young thug shot the neighbor kid for lawfully practicing bestiality on the street. The PC police will admonish us about the need to teach our children bestiality awareness.

pallis, Free Republic 12 Comments [3/31/2008 12:36:18 AM]
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Submitted By: Paradox
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Quote# 36935

A daughter who marries and makes her babies when she's biologically ready, at around age 14 to 16, will be a grandmother in her 30s when feminazi are still rushing to fertility clinics. She will then have several decades to get a PhD education and career without the social pressure and emotional drives to make babies. She can have it all, but only if she is encouraged to follow her biological needs and do things in the order that biology allows. Tell the feminazi to pound sand. And help young females like Jamie Spears and a million others to have a good, rich, fulfilled life with a husband and family.

Bob, The World According to Bob 73 Comments [3/30/2008 10:34:33 PM]
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Submitted By: jsonitsac
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Quote# 36943

If any religious philosophy has been imposed upon a nation, it is Secular Humanism. The U.S. Supreme Court has defined Humanism as a religion. The officer corps of the pro-abortion movement is almost entirely made up of secular humanists who have imposed their beliefs upon our nation.

Dr. and Mrs. J.C. Willke, AbortionFacts.com 40 Comments [3/30/2008 9:32:55 PM]
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Submitted By: Sayna
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Quote# 36937

My parents, who are now deceased, were in a prophetic ministry. My Father pastored several churches and was also a traveling evangelist. When my parents were in their twenties they were baptized in the Holy Spirit.

At night, when they would first go to bed, an Angel of the Lord would enter the room to teach them God's Word. My brother was a little boy and shared their room at that time. My brother would see the room light up with a white light. My parents would see the angel. They described the Angel as being so tall that he would have to bend over to fit in the room. They said he was nine or ten feet tall.

The angel would explain scriptures to them and answer their questiones. My parents ministered from the 1950's thru the 70's. America was visited with a mighty move of God's Spirit in the 50's and 60's, after that the church entered a lukewarm state.

Melton, topix 45 Comments [3/30/2008 9:30:38 PM]
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