Quote# 41756

Religion Dogma of Atheists

1) I believe with perfect faith that there is no god.
2) I believe with perfect faith that all I am is pure chance.
3) I believe with perfect faith I have no meaning other than eating, sleeping, defecating, breathing and going nowhere fast.
4) I believe with perfect faith in all self serving scientists.
5) I believe with perfect faith that I am the evolved offspring of a sea slug.

Yep you are the center of all nothing.

onycho1, YouTube Comments 40 Comments [6/27/2008 5:04:59 PM]
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Quote# 41800

I believe the US will be destroyed in the first four judgments of the trib. War, pestilence, and famine kills a quarter of the earth's population, the US would fit right into that scenario.

Think about it: Russia invades the mideast. The US gets involved and China, Russia, and...Europe nukes the US destroying America completely. I say Europe because people marvel at tyhe AC saying, "Who can make war with him."

Satan knows how much the gospel pervades every sapect of America. If any country can recognize the rapture and what it means, it will be the US. Millions of Bibles will be left behind. I don't think satan will want an instant revival the moment the trib begins.

I think satan has definite lethal plans for the US. Thats why we are not in prophecy.

MrMannn, RR 30 Comments [6/27/2008 5:04:27 PM]
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Quote# 41799

All we need to do is directly look at God's Word. We read what it says about end times and can see what days we are in now.

Satan "senses" what the times are but is LIMITED in his power. He is not omniscient. He is fallen and already condemned.

I see Satan's pulling out a BUNCH of potential A/C candidates and also ones for the position of F.P. He is limited in knowing whom it is!

It is ONLY sovereign God who will "allow" the course and players of the Last Days unfold.

sing4him, RR 21 Comments [6/27/2008 5:02:31 PM]
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Quote# 41836

Evolution is nothing but a denial of God.

Let me pose a question to the godless !

On a clear crisp night, when the moon is full, what do you see ? Do you see a formless terrain on the moon ? If you do, it is because God has placed a veil over your eyes.

The entire moon is the face of a man, formed by the shadows of the moons features. It is a beautiful face but mysterious. It's eyes are those of an old man, while it's nose and mouth are those of a child. It's expression is a look of awe.

How could there be a face sculpted on a body that circles a body with creatures having a similar face ?

The odds of this occuring by accident are astronomical, leaving only one answer: IT WAS SCULPTED BY GOD.

Jerome Shaunnessey, TalkOrigins 77 Comments [6/27/2008 5:02:05 PM]
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Submitted By: Tom S. Fox

Quote# 41751

jesus is not imaginary. he even said the next time we;d see him is on his second coming. there is more evidence of jesus than the christopher colmbus sailed to america. friend, He is not imginary.

XxEagle61Xx, YouTube 36 Comments [6/27/2008 4:31:56 PM]
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Quote# 41727

You have no idea who is babylon, you are stupid to think it is the UNITED STATES, THAT IS NOT BABYLON... READ YOUR BIBLE AND STOP LISTENING TO FALSE PROPHETS THE LORD IS CLEAR WHO IS BABYLON THAT IS NOT THE UNITED STATES --- STUPID LIARS HAVE TRIED TO CONVINCE YOU OF THAT. BUT THE REAL EVIL RUNS THE US LIKE EVERY OTHER COUNTRY. evil is not what you think, God have mercy on your foolish pointing to AMERICA. We are the nation that spreads the WORD OF GOD STUPID!!!


BLESSEDone333, berm.co.nz 44 Comments [6/27/2008 4:27:47 PM]
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Submitted By: SeenAndNotSeen

Quote# 41748

exactly. Why cant people see that he would be bad news when he is elected? this president will be the most wicked president ever, and people are so blind to even see that. even my parents dont even see it and I tell them both I dont trust him. hes not a Christian, but a muslim!! LOrd Jesus come quickly please this world is heading down the wrong path real fast!!

Obama or die?, now thats just drawing the line. I refuse to vote, why prophecy says that this guy is bad news, he will be the most wicked president ever!. You have been warned, those who have voted for obama have been warned!

Jesuslover_2002, Rapture Ready! Surprise! 50 Comments [6/27/2008 2:12:51 PM]
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Quote# 41789

[Truetruth-2 is responding to the point that no evidence for intelligent design exists because ID proponents don't look for it. His response has nothing to do with that point.]

My theory: The universe is God, and God is the universe! Now everything in the universe is evidence!!!!

And going by amount of evidence: since the whole universe is evidence, there's more evidence for God than anything else!

truetruth-2, Expelled:No Intelligence Allowed board on IMDB.com 58 Comments [6/27/2008 2:12:28 PM]
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Submitted By: Knative07

Quote# 41812

Boycott call

Yet one organisation failing to see the funny side is the American Family Association, which issued an action alert to members over the advert urging them to register their disapproval with the firm's US headquarters.

"We suggest you forward this to all your family and friends letting them know of the push for homosexual marriage by Heinz," says the association on its website. "It is the kind of ad which we can expect to see in California as they prepare to vote on homosexual marriage. Homosexual marriage is illegal in England."

American Family Association, BBC News 37 Comments [6/27/2008 1:35:00 PM]
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Quote# 41808

There is no Atheists. They're just non-christians.

LoneWolf1984, deviantART 58 Comments [6/27/2008 9:46:22 AM]
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Quote# 41773

Not sure if I submitted this one or not :D

[in response to this - Think i'm wrong? Show me your evidence that T-rex where vegetarians]

well by looking at their teeth you can tell that they are perfect for sawing trees insuch ( just like a saw) and the fact that the only thing ever found on them has been vegetable matter.if you think I'm wrong then prove it.

Brad, Flyleaffans.com 47 Comments [6/27/2008 9:46:05 AM]
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Quote# 41766

[When informed that a particular Bible verse had no special meaning to an atheist]

A random verse taken out of context? what is that supposed to mean? The King James Bible is the most accurate, infallible, God-breathed scripture ever know to man! How can you say it is ancient and out of context?

Also- I am a devout Christian, who believes in an allmighty, allpowerful, God- who not only created the universe, but made man in His own image. I am very curious to know why you dont think you are going anywhere after you die? The Bible specificaly states that whoever does not accept Jesus Christ, and trust Him as thier own Savior, are doomed to everlasting torment in hell, with no relief from the intense pain. How could any one not believe that?

Anonymous fundie, Allexperts.com 45 Comments [6/27/2008 9:31:07 AM]
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Submitted By: Damned at Random

Quote# 41762

Each summer in Morocco, a growing number of local women are reportedly marrying young European men.

"This kind of marriage, between Moroccan women and European men, is forbidden by the Koran (the Muslim holy book) and the Sunna (the way or deeds of the Prophet Mohammed)," Sheikh Mohammed al-Tawil said in a TV interview.

"A Muslim woman may not marry an unbeliever while a Muslim man may marry Christian and Jewish women," he told Arabic satellite TV network al-Arabiya.

Moroccan women may however marry European men who convert to Islam shortly before the wedding, according to al-Tawil.

..."If a European then decides to abandon Islam, Mohammed's words apply to him: those who renounce their own religion must be killed, as they are an apostate."

Sheikh Mohammed al-Tawil, Adnkronos International 34 Comments [6/27/2008 9:26:23 AM]
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Submitted By: Damned at Random

Quote# 41760

OK, so has anyone stopped to ask WHY people are NATURALLY homophobic and not naturally gay? Operative base word here being 'nature'.

The reason that gay folks face so much opposition is because they are opposing nature themselves- with their disgusting, shameful acts they defile themselves; but their hearts are so seared they feel no shame.

The Raconteur, Yahoo Answers 35 Comments [6/27/2008 9:25:59 AM]
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Submitted By: green_meklar

Quote# 41837

[When asked for proof outside of the bible]

Why would i need information outside the bible? The Bible said it and this whole thing is about Jesus.

johnmuise, Deviantart 23 Comments [6/27/2008 9:22:16 AM]
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Submitted By: Stormcrow

Quote# 41703

I was in class today and overheard some people I know talking about a show they went to, in which the band(I forget the name) encouraged hatred of Christians and spoke of 'eating Christians.' This got my blood boiling, but I remained silent. A 'friend' who I went to a Christian middle and high school with, but has sadly been greatly influenced by the sin of this world, relayed this information to someone he was sitting near. Knowing that I'm a Christian, he made sure to speak loud enough for me to hear about it and then made the comment, "If society permitted it, I would be glad to do that."

Even though it's sickening, isn't it ironic that these people who hold hatred against Christians are doing us the favor of fulfilling prophecy? And in the end, they'll be kneeling before the Lord that they hated so much.

le hibou sage, RaptureReady 25 Comments [6/27/2008 9:17:52 AM]
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Quote# 41823

The poll responses also show Obama has more work to do to quell fears among voters like Kirstie Hartle of Rome, N.Y., a registered Democrat who has never supported a Republican presidential candidate. With Clinton out of the race, Hartle said, "I'm Republican all the way now."

She said she doesn't like Obama's name and thinks he has a questionable background. She also said she thought Obama was deceitful when he broke from his church after it hurt his campaign, and she doesn't trust him to handle the Iraq war.

"It sounds to me like a Middle Eastern type of name and whether or not he's born here in the United States, he doesn't seem like, to me, somebody who is trustworthy," Hartle said in a telephone interview. "You can't trust anybody these days, so who's to say he's not a terrorist and we just don't realize it yet?"

Kirstie Hartle, Yahoo News 50 Comments [6/27/2008 9:05:17 AM]
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Quote# 41776

I have a theory...or rather an educated guess. Revelations says that Babylon will become a great city again and the merchants of the world will trade with her. I don't think this would be possible without the help of the U.S. And if we pull the troops out of Iraq this will be even less likely...therfore I think it is unlikely that OBAMA will win the election because McCain will leave the troops there. Just my two cents.

I think its important to pay attention to OBAMA and his beliefs but my vote will go to McCain as the lesser of two evils.

humblebleu, RaptureReady 26 Comments [6/27/2008 9:00:18 AM]
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Quote# 41774

More Obama

I will have to admit that the prospect of his presidency scares me and not because of his color but simply because of his name. He may be a good Christian man, I dunno. I have heard him profess the name of Jesus so I guess we will just have to wait and see. I think I could be ok with it if it weren't for his abortion stance but that is enough for me to wonder about him. It just seems that in this person we have so much more in a candidate than we have ever had before, color, age, background. I am not saying this is bad, just different than what has gone before all rolled into one package.

Rae, RaptureReady 25 Comments [6/27/2008 8:46:11 AM]
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Quote# 41826

[Someone says there's no evidence that Obama is a Muslim.]

There is plenty of evidence on this forum. But if you want to ignore it, you can do so. The world wanted to ignore and appease Hitler, and look what they got. America can ignore Obama's moslem history if they want, but there's no telling what they will get. The moslem's themselves say that once you are a moslem, you are always a moslem.

Chris, Rapture Ready! 35 Comments [6/27/2008 8:21:12 AM]
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Quote# 41709

Based on his choice of Churches, his support of partial-birth abortion, his support of the radical homosexual agenda, and his belittling references to scripture... I doubt his Christianity. Based on these actions and opinions, he is more likely a devout Muslim - saying whatever lies will get him elected - than a devout Christian.

My guess? He is an atheist and former expatriate who cares nothing about America or her cultural heritage.

Malott, Malott's blog 29 Comments [6/27/2008 6:46:54 AM]
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Quote# 41815

Sunday night service with Bro. Hazel, I requested prayer for my sister-in-law, Joann, that lives in Texas and is battling cancer. I talked to her this afternoon, Monday, and she said she had just been coughing junk up all day! I just laughed and told her it was God healing her and she said I know He is! Hallelujah!

Chrystal, New Beginnings Church Testimonies 37 Comments [6/27/2008 6:45:58 AM]
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Submitted By: Seth Goldstein

Quote# 41772


JERUSALEM – Some have been taking issue with largely unnoticed comments made last year by Sen. Barack Obama declaring the U.S. is "no longer a Christian nation" but is also a nation of others, including Muslims and nonbelievers.
The comments have been recently recirculating on Internet blogs.
"Whatever we once were, we're no longer a Christian nation. At least not just. We are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, and a Buddhist nation, and a Hindu nation, and a nation of nonbelievers," Obama said during a June 2007 speech available on YouTube.
At the speech, Obama also seemingly blasted the "Christian Right" for hijacking religion and using it to divide the nation:
"Somehow, somewhere along the way, faith stopped being used to bring us together and started being used to drive us apart. It got hijacked. Part of it's because of the so-called leaders of the Christian Right, who've been all too eager to exploit what divides us," he said.
Asked last year to clarify his remarks, Obama repeated them to the Christian Broadcast Network.

'I think that the right might worry a bit more about the
dangers of sectarianism. Whatever we once were, we're no longer just a Christian nation; we are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, a Buddhist nation, a Hindu nation, and a nation of nonbelievers," Obama wrote in an e-mail to CBN News senior national correspondent David Brody.
"We should acknowledge this and realize that when we're formulating policies from the state house to the Senate floor to the White House, we've got to work to translate our reasoning into values that are accessible to every one of our citizens, not just members of our own faith community," wrote Obama.

Well, obama.

You clearly deny that Jesus came in the flesh. You deny that Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life.

Guess you better read what John says about you in 1 John 4:2-3.

Just Ron, RaptureReady 27 Comments [6/27/2008 6:45:41 AM]
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Quote# 41651

Throughout history, particularly in the middle ages and reaching its climax in the Salem Witch trials of the seventeenth century, cats were recognized by the forces of Christendom as familiars and carriers if not direct incarnates of demons. While, in common with most beliefs of the empire of false religion, no evidence has ever been found to support this, the symbolism of cats still remain within the public psyche, and involvement with them reflects poorly on God's footstools and footstep followers. Many pagan faiths still conclude that black cats bring ill-luck and possess demonic forces, while we have shown that it is, instead, all cats that share these perceived characteristics. Since cats were associated with the devil, could we as faithful and dedicated servants of God therefore contaminate ourselves by exposure to a 'living symbol' of satanic incarnation? How would this reflect on God's name and that of his visible, earthly organization? Would we want to be linked with a symbol of Satan, the 'god of this beastly system of things'?

Carlo, No board 55 Comments [6/27/2008 6:42:03 AM]
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Submitted By: The Brazilian

Quote# 41757

Freedom of Religion meant and still should be, not putting any sect of Christianity above any other. Look at the master draft of the bill of rights.

Americas founders believed in the philosophies of John Locke, which in A Letter Concerning Toleration you could interpret what he says as we should kick Muslims out because they are intolerant and cannot be held accountable to American laws. 3 out of 4 Mosques preach anti-Americanism.

GodGunsAndGlory, Christian Forums 28 Comments [6/27/2008 6:38:59 AM]
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