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Quote# 46083

Any atheist who is willing to admit that he/she ignores the evidence that creationists present?
2 Peter 3:3-6 "Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts, And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation. For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water: Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished:"

I was reading these verses, and I wondered if there were any atheists out there, who are willing to admit that they have never really looked into the creationist point of view? This question can also go out to the creationist in the same perspective. I'm guessing that no one from either side will admit it, but maybe I'll be surprised.

[How could someone with this kind of 'logic' ever see the light?]

natkra09, Yahoo Answers 31 Comments [8/29/2008 11:11:34 AM]
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Submitted By: Lola Flores

Quote# 46325

I saw a Angel. When I was in 3 grade. Angel spoke to my heart and said, "Don't be afraid. Your God sent me to comfort you." I was in a new school and every kid didn't like me one bit.

Doesn't matter what you guys say. But I'll keep on praying for your souls.

When I was a little kid after I saw SNOW WHITE. I asked, "God please let me go out with a girl that looks like Snow White." When the pray came true was in 2003.

(Think you've been sniffing some glue)

Nice try but I can't smell. God bless you and your family.

KingKakashi(LoneWolf1984), narutomania 72 Comments [8/29/2008 4:36:21 AM]
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Quote# 46185

[on what they would do if elected president]

The Ten Commandments would be posted in every school, court room, prison, and any other place I can think of after I become president.
The Pledge of Allegiance would be recited EVERY morning in every school room, from kindergarten thru college, along with a Bible reading at the start of everyday.
And anyone who didn't like it, could leave the room until it was over. But the atheists and the ones who hate America would no longer tell the rest of us that we could not say the pledge or read the Bible.

TeachMe, Rapture Ready 66 Comments [8/29/2008 4:31:54 AM]
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Quote# 46099

[in response to someone saying being a liberal or conservitave isn't what makes you christian]

You are so wrong. Liberals are confused theologically.

Liberalism definitely goes against Christian values.

Haven't you begun to notice that you are swimming against the tide on this forum? Don't you ever wonder why? It's because your posts are always liberal and negative.

Your posts would fit in better over at Huffington Post or Daily Kos.

You are divisive, Rondaben.

And don't try to redefine the word "liberal" or redefine Christian values.

It won't go over very well here.

mercyandgrace, Rapture Ready 40 Comments [8/29/2008 4:25:39 AM]
Fundie Index: 5

Quote# 46064

In short, the difference between belief in God and belief in the Flying Spaghetti Monster is this:

Belief in God is rational and supported by good reasons, and belief in the Flying Spaghetti Monster is irrational and not supported by any good reasons. Bobby Henderson simply begs the question (commits a logical fallacy) when he says that there are no good reasons for belief in God. Despite his claim to the contrary, Christianity is a rationally defensible religion. There are difficult questions that we must ask ourselves as Christians, but the fact that there are difficult questions is not grounds for dismissing Christianity. As believers, our pursuit of answers to our own deep-seated spiritual questions draws us further into the intellectual richness of the Christian faith.

Got Questions Ministries, gotquestions.org 53 Comments [8/29/2008 2:11:30 AM]
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Submitted By: Ladnil

Quote# 46056

Why do you believe in things without any evidence?
[apparently this question is an "adolescent taunt"]

Evidence, eh? You want evidence? I look at the Universe and I see an ironclad case for creation. This didn't happen by accident, it is the result of intelligent design. If you can't see that by just looking, then I don't like my chances of proving it to you by vaunting the miniscule knowledge that I have of the evidence. Try making a man from dirt and spit. No NO! FIRST, you have to make your own DIRT. That's GOD's dirt. Make your own, you copycat. Trying to make yourself out to be smarter than God? Make your own DIRT from NOTHING by just saying it's so.

Bridging The Gap, Bridging The Gap blog 33 Comments [8/29/2008 12:02:57 AM]
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Quote# 46050

[on how he knows Jesus Christ is real]

Jesus Christ raised me from the dead after I drowned in crude oil waste in a tank in 1982. I have more to go on than feelings. I should have been dead, or at best, brain dead. Cockroaches don't even live through that.

I have laid hands on the sick and seen them made well. I have cast devils out of people through the power of the name of Jesus Christ. I'm not naive enough to expect the likes of you to believe me[..]

2. The whole WORLD looks different when you've been reborn.

My, what a tired, boring existence yours must be if you cannot even grasp this most basic fact. So, let me throw a tired cliche' your way: "Try it, you'll like it." I don't need to spend a lot of time on you if you're not going to be saved.

Bridging The Gap, Human Evolution blog 56 Comments [8/28/2008 10:23:41 PM]
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Quote# 46117

This is absolutely sick. Being homosexual is not a sin.

Only actions can be sins.

If I did a genetic test and my baby was homosexual I'd tell him about it from the beginning and tell him that he's going to face unclean urges and that he must not act on them and must be celibate. I'd try to get him into the priesthood to make it more likely that he'd choose a celibate life.

JellyJuice, FSTDT 93 Comments [8/28/2008 10:21:49 PM]
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Quote# 46072

Christians, what exactly was the point in the Tower of Babel story...?

... if taken literally, there was no way humans would build a tower to reach heaven. unless heaven was within viewing distance, which for the sake of argument i'll assume it isn't.

allegorically, there's still not a point to the story.

Babylon was a tower in Iraq. There was a one world government at that time. Thus Babylon=Iraq=NWO

Sunkiss, Yahoo Answers 45 Comments [8/28/2008 9:25:34 PM]
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Submitted By: Just Kiddin'

Quote# 46094

The only evidence of evolution is basically within species. Apes or ape-like creatures did not become men. There is no evidence for that. Check out the "scientific" ages of various prehistoric men or pre-men, those ages demonstrate that the evolution of man is at this point ludicrous. I am saying look at evolutionists own dating and you will see there is no sign of evolution in mankind.

Christians do believe in 'cavemen', Troglodytes are apparently such and are in the Bible. They were 100% human, but they had lost significant civilization techniques as well as technology.

Paul M, Yahoo Answers 29 Comments [8/28/2008 9:24:43 PM]
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Submitted By: Lola Flores

Quote# 46098

[in response to someone saying it's hard to have an open dicussion on rr]

It's only hard for folks who repeatedly defend liberal positions in a conservative forum, Rondaben. Swiftly correcting anti-Christian views & statements IS "open discussion" here.

{on the rr crowd labeling anyone who disagrees with their politics "far-left wackos"]

Nope, labeling can be a valuable tool for identifying those who attempt to slip a little leaven into the lump. Happens all the time on Christian boards. Our Lord wasn't afraid to confront unbiblical ideas masquerading as truth. We follow His example here.

Barbt, Rapture ready 34 Comments [8/28/2008 9:23:55 PM]
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Quote# 46101

Please do not let your child participate in yoga!!! She will experience spiritual attacks if you do!!!

FaithContender, Rapture Ready 38 Comments [8/28/2008 9:21:37 PM]
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Submitted By: fritistat

Quote# 46052

[On a topic about peanut butter and teh evil yoga.]

My kids are extremely allergic to liberal teachings.....can I expect the school to ban them? ( I jest-I'm a home schooler)

As for yoga, do a search here and you will find many articles you can print out to use when you tell the school you expect an alternative for your child. It is based in a religion whether they like it or not. Stretching is one thing, but actual play and exercise can not be beat for kids.

funmudder, Rapture Ready. 37 Comments [8/28/2008 9:20:13 PM]
Fundie Index: 3
Submitted By: Jay-sus

Quote# 46077

The problem is, we didnt evolve from anything, and evolution has been disproved more than proved. Read all the facts . . . . . Evolution does not draw any support from scripture and scripture has never been proven wrong. Evolution doesnt even use the same order of appearance that the creation happened in. Either evolution is a lie or the bible is a lie. I say that evolution is a lie. If you want to believe the lie, that is your choice. Let God always be true and every man a liar . . .

BlessedinHim, Rapture Ready 45 Comments [8/28/2008 9:18:26 PM]
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Submitted By: sooze

Quote# 46088

Why would atheists celebrate.............
...................the winter solstice, the shortest and darkest day of the year? Well maybe, it's because of the shortest expectation for the eternal salvation of their soul - none. I guess they want it over quickly. But alas, forever is forever, and they can't likely escape eternal damnation. We Christ_ians celebrate Christ_mass because it is the beginning of the new covenant in the blood of Christ, Christ paying our redemption from sin and to restore salvation to our souls. And to think, atheists turn their back on that simply because they are in love
with the things of the flesh.

duke, OPENnntp 41 Comments [8/28/2008 9:15:20 PM]
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Submitted By: David

Quote# 46122

God made atheists so that the rest of us would have someone to look down on.

Roger Pearse, Atheism vs Christianity 66 Comments [8/28/2008 8:54:04 PM]
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Quote# 46070

I am just a messenger, I do not have to be smart. I just try to pass on the messages. Being intelligent was not on the employment application God gave me to fill out.

ken1burton, So the Question is "Why"? 39 Comments [8/28/2008 8:52:09 PM]
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Submitted By: silentgaspasser

Quote# 46108

[This is comment #13 under an open letter to Rick Warren.]

I think it is interesting that you guys are trying to put the ball in believers courts all the time.

You have NO proof whatsoever that there is NO God, but you skip all your arguments and say it is up to only us.

Now you are saying that if our beliefs do not measure up to your ideas of "reasonable" then they should be disregarded. This is close to communism. If you could not make decisions based upon faith, then there would be nothing left for believers to do in public government.

Way to go guys, it is obvious that you are trying to silence us. It is not going to work.

Rick Pucket, Life Without Faith 41 Comments [8/28/2008 8:49:06 PM]
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Submitted By: David D.G.

Quote# 46092

i believe that men did live in caves, just like Indians lived in tents. now we live in houses, apartments, lofts, trailer homes and so on. did we evolved in that aspect, yes. do i think we came from apes? no.

Ms. Lady, Yahoo Answers 25 Comments [8/28/2008 8:45:05 PM]
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Submitted By: Lola Flores

Quote# 46081

Great post Neil! What we need to know about God and Jesus is written in the Bible. There are no errors (Bible difficulties, yes; errors, no) and the “argument from silence” claim that some use to excuse their sin doesn’t hold any water.

Christinewjc, 4Simpsons Blog 34 Comments [8/28/2008 2:22:16 PM]
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Quote# 46079

Are you glad you were not aborted?
Would you think it was morally wrong or
unfair if you were (hypothetically)?

Are you pro-choice or pr0-life?

kaboodle, Yahoo Answers 70 Comments [8/28/2008 2:21:38 PM]
Fundie Index: 8
Submitted By: Lola Flores

Quote# 46066

Does anybody else get the feeling we are getting to be more and more in the minority? I can see where eventually those of us who hold to Biblical truths will be seen as hateful and there will be a general consensus to eliminate us. Everybody seems to be on board with liberal thinking or slowly moving in that direction. Hold on tight everybody...

Miss Molly, Rapture Ready 50 Comments [8/28/2008 2:18:59 PM]
Fundie Index: 3

Quote# 46053

[Getting kids to stay in shape is evil?]

I'd write a letter to the school board. If you don't want to, give me the address to that school board and I'll write it for you. Here's the definition for Yoga.

1. a school of Hindu philosophy advocating and prescribing a course of physical and mental disciplines for attaining liberation from the material world and union of the self with the Supreme Being or ultimate principle.
2. any of the methods or disciplines prescribed, esp. a series of postures and breathing exercises practiced to achieve control of the body and mind, tranquillity, etc.
3. union of the self with the Supreme Being or ultimate principle.

Something like this can open the door to allowing Christian practices back into the schools. Of course, the down side is that this would allow other religions to sneak their way into the school as well. Unless, of course, they worship peanut butter.

Anyway.. it only took one woman to get prayer out of school. Maybe it'll only take one to get it back into school. Or, at the least, get Yoga back out of school.

KennyJS, Rapture Ready. 37 Comments [8/28/2008 2:07:51 PM]
Fundie Index: 4

Quote# 46047

Christians' idea of Hell comes from our Savior and God's Word, not Catholicism. Jesus spoke more about Hell than any other subject in the Bible.

Marie_M, RaptureReady 61 Comments [8/28/2008 7:52:17 AM]
Fundie Index: 4

Quote# 46059

Creationism does require faith, but there is also substantial proof to its authenticity. For instance, the Bible.

Elazur, WoW offtopic 50 Comments [8/28/2008 7:51:33 AM]
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Submitted By: Worldsend
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