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Quote# 42574

Dinosaur bones are the result of Noah's flood

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Jakesmith1995: "Can somebody please explain dinosaur bones to me? Please?"

REPLY: Here are a few facts we need to bring to bear in answering your question, Jakesmith1995:

1. The meaning of 'dinosaur', which I think is derived from the Greek or Roman for 'terrible lizard'

2. Using that definition, it could be argued that some dinosaurs exist today e.g. the iguana or the komodo dragon

3. How do you get dinosaur bones? Only if a dinosaur, or parts of a dinosaur, have been buried instantaneously, or near instantaneously

4. How come huge dinosaurs like Tyrannosaurus Rex, over 60 feet tall, have been buried? How come, in addition, we find massive 'dinosaur graveyards' - fossils of hundred of dinosaurs buried and crushed, all close together, and availabe for us to see today as fossils? There is really only one answer. A massive Flood-type event. Noah's Flood fits the evidence perfectly

5. All radiometric dating other than carbon dating is pseudo-science, based on up to 14 unprovable assumptions, and full of the most massive contradictions. Carbon-dating is only reasonably reliable up to around 5,000 years ago. There is no basis for dating dinosaur bones at any older than 5,000 years

6. On top of all that, DNA has been found in dinosaur bones. I hardly think DNA could have survived 145 million years.

CONCLUSION

Dinosaur bones are the result of Noah's flood.

Dinosaur footprints appear in zones of sedimentary rock which suggest that they were running fast trying to escape the rising floodwaters of Noah's Flood. They were running in a medium approximating to setting concrete, hence their preservation for us to view today.

If this does not answer your question, please post again

1Tim115, CF 46 Comments [7/9/2008 8:40:38 PM]
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Quote# 42590

Under this law, they cannot refuse someone. So, girls, suppose there's a perv guy in your class. Up until today, he's claimed (and acted) straight. But today, he announces that he's a sodomite and wants to use the girls locker room and bathrooms. Remember, they cannot refuse him. A few days later, after he's got what he wants, he announces that he is no longer sodomite. According to this law, there would not be anything you could do about it (except homeschool)

imasaved1, T4C 62 Comments [7/9/2008 7:11:56 PM]
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Quote# 42551

One day I was drunk and was browsing thru x-rated sites which I normally did and suddenly a screen on the Holy Spirit just popped up out of no where.

The next thing I knew I felt like I was hit with a hammer, I started crying and I was led to a Bible my daughter had in her room and from then on, I was reading at work on breaks, lunch, when I got home into all hours of the night. [First book I had read in about 12 years]

LittleLambofJesus, Christian Forums 75 Comments [7/9/2008 5:40:43 PM]
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Quote# 42592

(Concerning homosexual adoption)

The sad thing right out of the gate is that it is so difficult for the average couple to adopt a child in the first place let alone gay or straight.

On this one, I am going to part ways with you buddy. I look at child formation as a critical facet to spiritual development. A loving gay couple could confuse the child to thinking that the homosexual lifestyle is ok, but it is not. Think of it this way, would you want a couple with psychological problems to adapt? Much research has been done (buried by the intelligencia) to indicates that homosexuality is a sickness developed very early on through a lack of critical factors typically found in the parental/ child relationship. When these factors are absent in early, early childhood development, the Childs unmet need deviently turns inward and manifests to be met in the homosexual urge. Therefore, homosexuality is a psychological disorder that would preclude them from becoming parents.

Their spiritual welfare is most paramount and two wrongs don’t make a right.

See the work of Joseph Nicolosi in his practice treating homosexuals.

The answer is to open up the restrictions on child adoption in this Country and help fund faith based programs that help educate high risk youth from having babies on the one hand and the formation of faith based orphanages on the other.

billinjackson, ourchristianplace 35 Comments [7/9/2008 4:04:42 PM]
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Submitted By: Panjer
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Quote# 42525

[Religion Debate board; this post was #78 in a lengthy thread about the Rapture. As always on this board, most people are sane, rational, and civil about debating their stance...but once in a while, we get THESE...]

The Rapture is real and it will happen one day. No one knows when. Read Revelations. The Rapture is true. It is written! The words in the Bible that are in red are Jesus' words. They are the words that he spoke! People witnessed him speaking these words. Jesus speaks of the Rapture in Revelations. How can we say that Jesus' words are not true. The Rapture will happen and if we believe it will not we will be in for a shock one day. The Bible is not wrong and Jesus' words are not wrong. Yes, God does send people to Hell who are not saved. Yes, God will leave people behind who are unsaved when he brings the saved to Heaven. This is the truth and it is up to people to believe it, but if they choose not to then unfortunately when they die or the Rapture happens whichever comes first they will go to Hell and during the Rapture they will be left behind.

I am sorry, but as a Christian I can't stand when people say the Bible, God's word is untrue! Bash me all you want, it will not bother me. Because , I am standing up for God.

mommyto3girls1boy, iVillage Religion Debate Board 41 Comments [7/9/2008 3:44:37 PM]
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Submitted By: FundieBasher
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Quote# 42560

[In reference to an article about a soldier who is sueing the DoD for religious discimination because he is an atheist.]

I don’t think that anything in the above story is religious discrimination . However if he were close to me while in the war in Iraq I would want him to get away from me as far as possible. I would not eat at the same table or be in the same Humvee.
Who does he think has keep him alive in the war. I can’t blame any of the other soldiers at all for their actions because mine would have been the same.

Lee Collins, Anderson Cooper 45 Comments [7/9/2008 1:48:45 PM]
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Quote# 42550

I'm not sure if the bible teaches an ever existence burning hell (as opposed to being burned and annihilated). Those who teach that have some valid points. However, it's times like this that I sometimes disobey the bible in favor of a pagan belief in an eternal hell. Nothing would give me more pleasure than to see the enemies of God and these autocratic types writhe in pain forever.

tim_from_pa, Secret plans to kill the internet? 51 Comments [7/9/2008 10:42:49 AM]
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Submitted By: Topaz_witch
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Quote# 42522

How sad a day it was. Sadder still that so many hate-filled people don't get it. Just as God punished ancient Israel when they strayed too far from God's truth, America faces similar judgement if we do not "turn from our wicked ways." How many more attacks will we have to suffer before we all shut up and pray?

Lance, Rocketboom 31 Comments [7/9/2008 10:25:04 AM]
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Submitted By: Doctor Fishcake
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Quote# 42565

(various opinions)
"Charity should only be reserved for God-fearing folk."
"The great President Bush was elected by God."
"I will deny love if he is not a Christian."
"I don't know how beautiful girls can be such Jesus-hating prostitutes."
"Wicca might be one of the fastest growing religions in the US, but practioners are a bunch of immoral and godless fools."
"It is sometimes necessary to legislate morality."

"If you think that I'm a bigot then you are very confused. I just follow the law of Christ."

Ava Leigh Charlemagne, Facebook iThink 47 Comments [7/9/2008 10:23:43 AM]
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Submitted By: Meme
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Quote# 42514

I love how you liberals throw out some red herring when you have been backed into a corner on religion and homosexuality. The 6,000 year thing was calculated back in the 1920s from geneologies but is open to interpretation, but the Bible couldn't be more clear on sexual immorality. However, I see there is no convincing any of you. You see this wicked soul-damning abomination as something holy and righteous before God, just as the book of Jude says "Christians" would in the latter days. There is nothing thats going to change your mind on this. I will leave you with this - your mind WILL be changed on judgement day. God is not mocked. He expects His children to keep His commandments.

John 14:15: If ye love me, keep my commandments

bchris02, city-data.com 37 Comments [7/9/2008 10:21:55 AM]
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Quote# 42539

Why does it suck so much to be a atheist?
atheists believe that they are nothing, the big bang was a minor accident and just happened creating life and everything, they beleive that they are monkeys, and what the heck maybe a snitchy atheist is gunna report this.


atheist beleive that they are nothing, their families are nothing so why dont they just walk off the empire state building?

non noob, Yahoo Answers 57 Comments [7/9/2008 10:21:26 AM]
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Quote# 42554

The fact is, gays behave like a bigoted, hateful minority that has consistently demanded ever greater privileges from a society, the vast majority of whom find this vice loathsome and those who promote it lacking in even the most basic sense of toleration of any criticism. They have obtained these privileges by undemocratic means, and then used them as a tool to set out on a campaign of abuse and intimidation designed to promote themselves to the disadvantage of everyone else, and in the teeth of public distaste. This has now reached the stage of putting policemen in church services, listening for Wrong Thoughts.

Roger Pearse, Atheism vs Christianity 36 Comments [7/9/2008 9:56:58 AM]
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Submitted By: David
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Quote# 42542

Well, most athiests are enviorment freeks. Almost like hippies. They believe that some planets clashed and made a new planet. I am a christain and i know that god made everything in this world. Nothing is true without god.

[?] B ?, Yahoo Answers 32 Comments [7/9/2008 9:30:56 AM]
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Quote# 42487

(When asked about the forced conversions of the Roman era)

So? We are way past forced conversions. This is the 20TH CENTURY. Get with it.

(Emphasis added)

Bipolar Birdie, Yahoo Answers 40 Comments [7/9/2008 9:26:41 AM]
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Quote# 42517

For those who think that the “invisible Pink unicorn” is made up and would rather believe in the “FSM”, try to see the simularity of the stupidity of these two “religions” cos i truly think that the people of today have completelly gone out of their fucking minds! AARRH!
surely you’ve got to be a retard to believe this crap!

What i’m saying is that the design of this “FSM” looks like two testicles with lots of tentacles! what perv came up with that picture? it’s grossly indignifying to man kind!!!!
-gkerr

gkerr, FSm hate mail 43 Comments [7/9/2008 9:23:22 AM]
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Submitted By: SilverCyanide
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Quote# 42591

I have no doubt that those who control financing of movies make sure that the Lord's name is used in vain. Call me paranoid but I honestly think they withhold financing for a movie until a certain amount of defamation of God get's put into the script. Have you ever watched a great movie and all of a sudden there it is, somebody mutters it. It seems so out of place. It is very calculating and very intentional.

Paul M, Rapture Ready 52 Comments [7/9/2008 8:38:07 AM]
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Submitted By: TurboCramb
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Quote# 42569

I am a Bible-believing Southern Baptist, and the Darwinist is lying when she says that we claim that women deserve abuse. What he is saying is that G-d has different roles for the different sexes, but although both are made in the image of G-d. But because of sin, women rebel and choose to disobey their husbands and G-d by working out of the home or being bossy and naggy. Good Christian women should accept that their place is in the home because that is what G-d wants! They have to obey G-d!

When women sin, this leads the men into sin by beating the women. The men are also guilty, but they didn't have to sin if the women didn't rebel against G-d in the first place!

See this Darwinist woman, with her foul language and disrespect toward men? Repent or face the fires of hell!

Christislord12, Evolved and Rational 70 Comments [7/9/2008 2:51:01 AM]
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Quote# 42541

It Is Allowed to Marry a Girl at the Age of One, If Sex Is postponed. The Prophet Muhammad, Whose Model We Follow, Married 'Aisha When She Was Six and Had Sex with Her When She Was Nine

Dr. Ahmad Al-Mub'i, a Saudi Marriage Officiant, RichardDawkins.net 54 Comments [7/9/2008 2:48:22 AM]
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Quote# 42544

[Unbroken's signature line]

Heavy metal is satanic, homosexuality is sinful, abortion is murder, gothic clothing presents the appearance of evil, and skimpy outfits are unChristian.
Don't like it? Tough, God comes before you.

Unbroken, Christian Forums 61 Comments [7/9/2008 2:44:45 AM]
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Quote# 42511

[Responding to someone asking why the creationists don't just leave and start a new land]


Creationists did create a new land.
it is now called the USA.
This was founded by Puritan Protestant Englishmen with a aggresive intent to live in a very Christian society in morality and intellect. southerners were regular Englishmen.
The y made a superior civilization based on the greater attention to scripture and of coarse creationism was a core doctrine.
Everyone else heard how it was better over here and moved in.
A solid 50% of Yanks are skeptical about evolution and most want creationism in the schools.
Why not make a evolution state and see what happens.
Oh they did it was nazi Germany and Soviet union and cuba.

RobertByers, Christian Forums 44 Comments [7/9/2008 1:31:15 AM]
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Quote# 42521

{concerning the McDonald's corporation supporting gay rights}

I`m sorry that you have made the decision that heterosexul folks such as i are not welcome in your resturants any longer. i will not argue your decision. By giving your resturants sapport to the homosexual groups you have told me my believes and lifestyle are not yours and i`m not welcome in your resturants anylonger. I will pass your position on to all and will no longer patronise your resturants. god bless you . ....."

larry pritchard, BoycottMcDonalds.com 46 Comments [7/9/2008 1:17:31 AM]
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Quote# 42482

The theory of evolution is based upon many well placed assumptions. This theory, which means we guess, is the underpinning of Communism. If the Communists can make us believe we are but animals and the survival of the fittest is the key to life, they can kill anyone they determine unfit to survive.

David J. Smith, Newswatch Magazine 40 Comments [7/9/2008 1:15:36 AM]
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Submitted By: Moondog
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Quote# 42513

But the concept of a morning after pill just promotes uncontrolled sex and loose morals. That is the biggest issue I have with it. At least in my part of the country, religion is less and less important and peopel dont' care about moral values anymore. Parents would buy birth control pills for their daughters going to college instead of just teaching them abstinence. The mentality girls get therefore is that they can just sleep around, hook up with whoever they want to, after all there is "Plan B"...assuming they forget to take their usual birth control pills.

I personally think that moral values are important in how I live my life, how I would like to raise a family in the future, and in how I vote in November.

Tom Lennox 70, city-data.com 40 Comments [7/9/2008 1:14:18 AM]
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Quote# 42464

I can't prove that God is real from a very scientific point of view. But let me share a very well known and widely used, I don't know, theory? maybe that is used by many Christians to prove the genuinity of God.

Think of the wind. You can't see it, you don't know where it comes from, you can really touch it, but you know it there. Why? Because you can feel the effects of it, you can see the results of it, such as a hurricane. Even though you can't see it, you can't disprove that its not there since you can feel it. Same with God. You can't see God. Can't touch Him, can't talk to Him face to face, etc. But I know He's there because I can feel Him. I can't help to believe. I can feel Him in my heart, I can see His works and what He does through, by, and for ppl. I can see Him through His creation. When I'm alone in my room feeling utterly helpless and no ones with me, I can feel Him. He gives me peace and reassurance. I can't argue with that. Nor can I prove it with science.

Talking about the LOTR. Tolkien says that its fiction. Thats the difference the Bible says its the all Truth.

hollowface, Flyleaffans.com 48 Comments [7/9/2008 12:24:37 AM]
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Quote# 42557

I think it is time that we question these people that want to do away with our rights to the pledge, prayer in schools, In God we trust, and our constitution. Any talk about there being removed from the American culture, should be grounds for a prison term. Freedom of speach should have it's limits.

Jim so il, http://www.topix.net/forum/source/chicago-tribune/TQHP5HTR25PPPNKRV 34 Comments [7/9/2008 12:23:19 AM]
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Submitted By: JulesMichy
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