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Quote# 36738

Fact: Atheists worship determinism.
Fact: Determinism is unprovable, just like god.

There are certainties and uncertainties, we know within a certain degree of accuracy what will happen in some experiments under controlled conditions yet there is no way to predict whether Schrodinger's cat will live or die. Thus determinism is unprovable.

[After some debate]

What's so difficult to understand about the concept "unprovable is not the same as disproven"? There is something very wrong with atheism if people turn out like this.

Your pathological obsession with pretending determinism exists despite the fact it is unproven is the equivalent of worship. You bear down so heavily on religions, especially christianity for some reason, because you want to avoid responsibility. By pretending only people who believe in god are capable of ignorance you shift attention away from your own, which is why atheism is so popular amongst Karl Marx worshippers.

zwaraaaa, eve community 38 Comments [3/26/2008 7:30:31 PM]
Fundie Index: 10

Quote# 36744

The best thing about the Left Behind books is the way the non-Christians get their guts pulled out by God.

15-year old fundamentalist fan of the Left Behind series, Joe Bageant 66 Comments [3/26/2008 6:01:51 PM]
Fundie Index: 7
Submitted By: Tallon

Quote# 36752

[How would you frame a disease that has already killed 25 million people?]

I like to think of it as society's filter!

with a few exceptions it picks the immoral and base people who are gratuitously polluting the image of God they bear, and slowly removes them from circulation. Like the death penalty, there is an occasional innocent person who dies, but for the most part the system works well and is well worth having. If AIDS did not exist our nation would have spiraled into debauchery much faster than it is now progressing in that direction. If only we could create a disease that only attacks socialists or radical muslims I'd welcome that plague too.

It seems odd to me that the same kooks who want a reduction in human population "for the environment" also sometimes want a cure for AIDS. I would think an eco-nut should love AIDS.

ME-262, Freerepublic 54 Comments [3/26/2008 5:18:37 PM]
Fundie Index: 6

Quote# 36731

The Neanderthal Man was constructed from a skeleton found in France; later research found it to be one of an old man that had arthritis.

Truth-4-Teens, Truth-4-Teens 65 Comments [3/26/2008 4:23:40 PM]
Fundie Index: 3

Quote# 36750

With the exception of people exposed via transfusions or hospital errors, those infected with HIV/AIDS are not “victims”, they are stupid perverts that prey on our male children.

panaxanax (Writing in Duncan Hunter 2008!), Freerepublic 39 Comments [3/26/2008 4:18:06 PM]
Fundie Index: 6

Quote# 36728

A lot of people here seem to forget that evolution is a thoroughly pagan pantheistic world veiw. It originates with the belief in reincarnation. And most evolutionists are cowards and don't like a real debate with a knowledgable scholar of creationism. As for all creation stories being taught is not necessary our society doesn't have everyone of every religion in it. Should we teaching the ancient Greek view of creation. Any ancient Greeks out there?

John D, Yahoo Answers. 47 Comments [3/26/2008 3:46:37 PM]
Fundie Index: 3
Submitted By: Zipperback

Quote# 36737

[[OP walked in on his roommate masturbating and wonders what to do about the situation from a Catholic perspective]]

Put up a picture of Jesus in his room, that will definitely get him uneasy, guaranteed.

Harmony1988, Catholic Answers Forums 65 Comments [3/26/2008 1:36:15 PM]
Fundie Index: 2

Quote# 36721

I think I have changed. I don't think I like Jews at all, they deserve no respect from us after what they did to Christ.

The Arabs could rule the holy land, but I would rather see a new Kingdom of Jerusalem. Israel is a state of terror and must be destroyed.

Suecianus, CF 53 Comments [3/26/2008 9:09:00 AM]
Fundie Index: 4
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Quote# 36716

The immaculate conception of the historical man, Jesus Christ, has been scientifically shown to be possible!
On the contrary, it is not crap, it is called 'parthenogenesis'

landmark, FFI 59 Comments [3/26/2008 9:07:52 AM]
Fundie Index: 1
Submitted By: ixolite

Quote# 36724

I was at the local cemetary this morning (Yeah, I know..I'm weird), but it is very peaceful there and there is where I can talk to the Lord. But also was eagerly awaiting for the Rapture as well. I wanna see the graves burst open!

FreeInHim, RaptureReady 84 Comments [3/26/2008 7:51:56 AM]
Fundie Index: 4
Submitted By: lissie

Quote# 36712

Despite my best efforts to convince him, my husband has forbidden me from contributing anything at all to this project.
Not only has he made it clear to me that I'm not to add any more content to this encyclopedia he wants me to delete the sum of the edits I have made thus far.
I told him that once the edits are made I had no control or rights to have the edits rescinded. He accused me of not being willing to submit to his authority as the head of our household...after much prayer and soul searching I came to the same conclusion.
While it breaks my heart, I must ask that the entirty of I Samuel be deleted.

I sincerely pray for this wonderful project, I ask the Lord Jesus Christ to continue using this blessed venue to unceaselessly proclaim the Truth and to fight the forces of evil that subvert the righteousness that (once) made America great. It is only with God that our country can ever have a chance to reclaim the souls of our children.

Blessings upon you all and peace from our Lord Jesus Christ.

MargeryCampbell, Conservapedia 63 Comments [3/26/2008 7:43:04 AM]
Fundie Index: 5
Submitted By: Imroy

Quote# 36709

"I don't know if it's just me or what, but something hit me today. The bible tells us if we abandon Israel that we will be cursed by God...and does it not seem as if when a few months ago Bush got Israel & Palestine to come to an "agreement" America has been hit time and time again by stronger and longer storms...now maybe I'm wrong, but it seems that way to me."

dkwannabe, Rapture Ready 41 Comments [3/26/2008 2:02:17 AM]
Fundie Index: 5
Submitted By: SurfinSeaOtter

Quote# 36708

It's quite a shame more people don't believe in Creation. Still, no one has answered how the creatures got the brain to think to evolve. They couldn't evolve it, because without a brain, they couldn't think to evolve it.

Pony, Distant Horizons 82 Comments [3/25/2008 9:19:28 PM]
Fundie Index: 9
Submitted By: Grandi

Quote# 36707

ISLAMIC cleric Abu Bakar Bashir has returned to his hardline rhetoric with a call for followers to beat up Western tourists and for young Muslims to die as martyrs.

In the sermon, organised by an Islamic youth organisation and delivered a few kilometres from the home village of convicted Bali bombers Amrozi and Mukhlas, Bashir likened tourists in Bali to "worms, snakes, maggots", and specifically referred to the immorality of Australian infidels.

The address was caught on video by an Australian university student.

"The youth movement here must aspire to a martyrdom death," said the cleric, who was convicted of conspiracy over the 2002 Bali bombings that killed 202 people, including 88 Australians, but was later cleared and released from prison.

"The young must be first at the front line - don't hide at the back. You must be at the front, die as martyrs and all your sins will be forgiven. This is how to achieve forgiveness."

Islamic cleric Abu Bakar Bashir, News.com.au 49 Comments [3/25/2008 9:15:05 PM]
Fundie Index: 5
Submitted By: Dave

Quote# 36704

You may be a fundy atheist if....

25. You claim that evolution and the big bang are two entirely separate theories that explain different aspects of the universe, yet, in what school of learning can you find any real separation or distinction between the two?
31. You think that humans are products of chance but when it comes to human reason we can believe in logic! (Think about it !)
48. You are a person who absolutely believes that life came from nonlife, yet absolutely deny the possibility of anyone rising from the dead.
60. You insist that "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence", then claim that Jesus never existed.
78. You refuse to use the word "excruciating" because of its origins in describing the agonies of crucifixion. (ex crucis - "from the cross")
123. You're convinced that people only believe in God because they're afraid of going to hell...despite the fact that if there is no God, then there's probably no hell either
157. You think God was cruel for killing all of those innocent babies in the flood, and that Christians are cruel for opposing a woman's right to abort her baby
162. You spell America "AermiKKKa" and Christian "KKKristian
168. You have not seen "The Passion of the Christ," and you don’t know anyone who has seen it
180. You become upset when a Christian says that not everything in the Bible should be taken literally.
210. You insist on capitalizing "atheist"
264. You think eating bread and drinking wine is cannibalism
281. Last of all -- you write this website a letter which includes a rebuttal to the above listing!

Unnamed comic genius., Tektonics 85 Comments [3/25/2008 9:14:50 PM]
Fundie Index: 13
Submitted By: Frank

Quote# 36705

Any "Christian" who engages in bullying is clearly an atheist who is just pretending to be a Christian (including to themselves).

Dreidel1913, CARM 48 Comments [3/25/2008 6:58:19 PM]
Fundie Index: 9
Submitted By: Sleeker

Quote# 36672

If Jesus never existed, then how do you explain the Dead Sea Scrolls? The Gospels? If Jesus never existed are you saying God doesnt exist either? If that is true, then how do you explain phenomena such as people being healed from cancer when the doctors say they will never be healed. Paralyzed people walking again when the doctors say it will never happen. Is that just blind luck or what? The doctors didn't do it, so it wasn't science that did it. How would you explain that?

Ben, Jesus Never Existed Message Board 69 Comments [3/25/2008 5:54:29 PM]
Fundie Index: 1
Submitted By: antichrist

Quote# 36703

Maybe we are seeing light that hasn't reached us yet. Why does light
have to reach us for us to see it? Couldn't we see it on it's

Annonymous, talk.origins 74 Comments [3/25/2008 5:33:02 PM]
Fundie Index: 7
Submitted By: Scienceman123

Quote# 36701

I have always felt that divorce was too easy in the USA. What we need to do is change the law to outlaw divorce in the US. The next thing we must do is force people who are divorced out of public office and the church. We need to set an example in both places and anyone who has failed at marriage should not hold a leadership position in either.

Commenter, OneNewsNow 68 Comments [3/25/2008 11:50:25 AM]
Fundie Index: 3
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Quote# 36682

The world is lucky that I am not God. I would not be gracious at all. I would start everyone out with a time out in hell just so all would know not to disrespect me.

Mike, RaptureReady 85 Comments [3/25/2008 6:04:32 AM]
Fundie Index: 5

Quote# 36695

As for butchering the community, every man woman and child - yes - it's the right thing to do. The children would only get older, rise up and take revenge for their parents. Sort of a ticking time bomb. Just nip it in the bud and be done with it.

And in the end, It's a win-win. No more acts of terrorism from the Canaanites, and more parking for the camels and donkeys. What's to complain about?

I wonder that if we just wipe out Iran, think about how much free parking we would have for all of the middle east? It's a win-win.

lightwave, CARM 66 Comments [3/25/2008 6:03:40 AM]
Fundie Index: 9
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Quote# 36697

Dear Susie:
I haven’t started shaving my legs yet, and I’m not even sure I want to! God didn’t talk about hair removal in the Bible, so I’m thinking it might be a sin to remove the hair on my legs. Does the Brio staff encourage shaving legs?

Frustrated, Brio Magazine, advice column 76 Comments [3/25/2008 5:26:19 AM]
Fundie Index: 0
Submitted By: Charlie

Quote# 36686

I stopped going to my ELCA church for several reasons....mostly because I
believe it's getting strange and liberal. My question is: The head pastor
performs with his blue grass band every year for a fundraiser for the Food Shelf and this year he sang Come Together by the Beatles. Last year he
sang Hotel of California. What do you think? I was really surprised at his
choice to sing Come Together by John Lennon....considering that John Lennon did not believe in Christ....

Diamond, Rapture Ready 52 Comments [3/25/2008 5:25:39 AM]
Fundie Index: 4

Quote# 36662

Atheists are dumb, they don't even look their own religion up, and don't even realize it IS a religion in its self. They hate christians because they say they're all self righteous but THEY'RE the ones who are so self righteous and out to get everyone who aren't like them.

Plus they're fags, their symbol is "the invisible pink unicorn"

twinrix, Gaia Online 74 Comments [3/24/2008 10:42:43 PM]
Fundie Index: 3
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Quote# 36661

As a Christian and a Young-Earth Creationist, I don't have to believe that Muslims or Wiccans are lying when they say they saw a miracle. I can believe, and I do believe, that they very well may have seen a miracle; but I would consider it a counterfeit miracle of Satan.
How would I know whether a miracle is of Satan or of God? It depends on the context. If the miracle causes people to realize that God is great and wonderful, and to put their trust in Him, it was very likely from God. If the miracle encourages people to think something other than God is great, and to trust in that other instead, it's a counterfeit miracle of Satan.

Zuniceratops, FaithCommnityNetwork 38 Comments [3/24/2008 7:56:57 PM]
Fundie Index: 4
Submitted By: Drekoguk
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