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Quote# 46389

[How did Noah get food for all the millions of animals inside the ark for a whole year?]

You are thinking as a person. God was in control of those inside the ark and could have easily taken care of them. Remember when we read about the Israelites were wandering for 40 years in the wilderness, God made it so that their shoes and clothes never wore out. Don't you think that God could control any situation in the Flood?

G C, Yahoo! Absurdity 32 Comments [9/2/2008 12:58:42 PM]
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Submitted By: fritistat
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Quote# 46534

IDists don't believe in advancing scientific ideas through courtrooms, evolutionists do.

Jhud, iBelieve.com 27 Comments [9/2/2008 12:57:50 PM]
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Submitted By: deicidal
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Quote# 46271

Actually there is evidence of a mass flooding, just not as widely agreed upon as to how large it was.
Flood geology

Proponents of flood geology contend that the Biblical account of the global Great Flood is to be taken literally in which most observed geological processes, like fossilization and sedimentary strata, are a later result of this perceived divine event.

While many people hold the belief there was a worldwide flood, flood geology itself has been unequivocally rejected by mainstream geologists, many of whom consider it a form of pseudoscience.[24] Though at one time even prominent workers in Biblical archaeology were willing to argue support for flood geology,[25][26] this view is no longer widely held.[27]


As to why they disagree now I don't know, but there is all sorts of evidence that shows geological wear caused only by water across globe and it's pretty consistent. It also happens to be the layer in which most fossils are found.

Lirastra, WoW offtopic 13 Comments [9/2/2008 12:51:31 PM]
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Submitted By: Worldsend
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Quote# 46264

This is a wonderful article of assumptions, it really is. If this is your belief then believe it. We have never seen a sun form, we haven't even seen a star form or anything form in cosmology. If you believe it, it's because of your faith in a sun that must be older then the earth. There is no evidence to back this claim. I've already told you that every dating method has been proven inaccurate. The only thing you can be doing here is having faith, this isn't scientific evidence because it is assumptions that are based on assumptions. I'm sorry but I'm skeptical of that and I think you should be as well.

Watertarg, WoW offtopic 29 Comments [9/2/2008 12:29:50 PM]
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Submitted By: Worldsend
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Quote# 46328

Q u o t e:
Jesus was a liberal



Jesus's answer to the adulterous woman was: go and sin no more.

He called people to personal responsibility at part of his overall ministry.

He didn't tolerate sin. So no, he wasn't a liberal.

Adun, WoW offtopic 24 Comments [9/2/2008 12:21:06 PM]
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Submitted By: Worldsend
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Quote# 46392

Do most atheists have a superiority complex or an arrogant complex when it come to yahoo R&S?
when you break it down...they only disagree with or dislike the religious view...so do they tend to have an arrogant or superiority complex...because you can't prove there is no God with logic...lack of proof doesn't equate to not existing...rational and reason are subject...oh and lets not forget them calling theist silly because if God is possible so is the tooth fairy and the like...leaving out the fact that we don't worship those things...

fmko, Yahoo Answers 25 Comments [9/2/2008 12:02:33 PM]
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Submitted By: Lola Flores
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Quote# 46366

[It's called half-life for radioactive isoptopes. for carbon-14 is roughly 5760~ish years.

and whoever said that species don't change into another one.....please looke up the cambrian explosion.]



Disproved by a young earth.

Elazur, WoW Forums 34 Comments [9/2/2008 10:51:32 AM]
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Submitted By: Haeron
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Quote# 46652

Obama will retreat the troops. NOTE: Bible says nothing about USA cause USA will be concern about ourselves than what's happen in the Middle East.

Right now European Countries' leaders are having meetings to became SuperPower to rival USA. They already form European Union. One of the members of the European Union is gonna be the Anti-Christ.

I'm not sure when the rapture will take place but I know the Christians won't be in the Great Tribulation.

Obama wants to put back all of the USA Troops. Give the European Union leaders to make a false treaty to clam the middle east down to peaceful place for a short while. The Anti-Christ will gether all China, Russia, Egypt, Iraq, Iran and others to go against Isreal.

That's why I called Obama the Anti-Christ's John the Baptist and that's why I also say If you vote for Obama and you are voting for the Armageddon.

(Originally Posted by Gathan
I'm sure his teachers cant wait to hear his bullshit about how Obama is the anti-christ
)

I'm not saying Obama is the anti-christ. I'm saying that he's praving the way for the anti-christ. Obama is the John the Baptist to the Anti-Christ in my eyes.

KingKakashi(LoneWolf1984), narutomania 43 Comments [9/2/2008 3:28:44 AM]
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Quote# 46646

Evolutionists, if your theory is true, then why haven't bugs evolved the ability to avoid bug zappers?
If everything evolves and gets bigger, stronger, smarter, and better like you say it does, I would think that by now the bugs would have evolved.

Also, why don't germs evolve? According to your theory, they should be evolving to resist the drugs me make.

soldier for salvation, yahoo answers 36 Comments [9/2/2008 3:22:40 AM]
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Submitted By: Edward Lehar
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Quote# 46454

I saw Mrs. Obama with tears in her eyes. I don't know if they were "real" or not. What came to my mind was that I wondered how Mr. Bidens story touched her but 4,000 innocent developing human beings that are killed everyday isn't a problem. I wonder does she cry for those losses. Her words and actions speak that she does not.

Joyful One, RaptureReady 31 Comments [9/2/2008 3:10:25 AM]
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Quote# 46459

Believe it or not, this is a true story but I feel I should warn the reader before reading this story. This is a story concerning witchcraft and my battle against a high priestess of Ashtoreth, her coven and the men she dominated. She was the second most powerful in the nation and was in training to become high priestess of the world. At the time the worldwide high priestess was in India but she was getting old. With the established paganism in India, a new high priestess was wanted in the USA to help the rapid spread of paganism in this country. Part of the test for becoming the high priestess required her to build her own power base instead of taking over an existing one.

Adam, Myspace 59 Comments [9/2/2008 2:18:34 AM]
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Quote# 46533

*a principal outs a lesbian student who was being picked on*

She should have listened to the message the other students were trying to teach her. The Principal also tried to help her straighten out her life -- doing his job. Good parents don't want their children recruited for psychosexual perversion by mixed up sexual deviants in schools. If the girl wouldn't straighten up she should have been permanently expelled from the school. That's the Principal's job.

bobx23456, Principal’s outing of gay student roils Fla. town 44 Comments [9/2/2008 2:00:08 AM]
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Quote# 46357

[Question: Atheists: How come you're not scared of hell fire?]

Answer:

Atheists would rather have their homosexual lustful sinful fun now, and worry about the punishment later. They live in the present, that's the problem... never thinking about what awaits them.

?', Yahoo Answers 55 Comments [9/2/2008 1:35:58 AM]
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Submitted By: Lola Flores
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Quote# 46447

Posted by: Ixion | August 16, 2008
How To Beat Terrorism

Keep in mind that these are the kind of people we are dealing with:

Nothing is more important than letting our troops have fun, especially in an Islamist country. Islamists hate fun, and just like democracy, Christianity, and free markets, we’re going to have to force it on them. To say that our troops need to keep more serious profiles would embolden terrorists and please Saddam Hussein, the wellspring of Islamism, and the chief cause of 9/11. I pray that these boys have even more fun in Iran once we invade it _ after all, the people there are better educated, and are thus more satisfying targets. It would be a shame to waste our nukes when our soldiers enjoy the war so much. The most vocal supporters on the War on Terror should be proud that we’ve come so far.

Ixion, calvinists4conservatism 36 Comments [9/2/2008 1:02:49 AM]
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Submitted By: doomie 22
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Quote# 46469

Anyone who doesn't see the satanism in the ghosts, the haunted houses, the superstitions associated with black cats and the gruesome masks connected with Halloween is blinding themselves to the need to stay away from this holiday.

True Christians stay away from Halloween and alll other pagan obsevances.

LineDancer, Yahoo! Answers 58 Comments [9/2/2008 12:48:00 AM]
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Submitted By: PeterGriffin
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Quote# 46387

Simply adopting the values you find around you is a pretty irrational way to determine what the universe is, how we should live, etc. Atheists would make good Nazis; good communists; good little anythings, really. What they don't do is adopt a rational evaluation of all this.

roger_pearse, TheologyWeb 38 Comments [9/2/2008 12:09:47 AM]
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Submitted By: David
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Quote# 46331

People don't get that our country was founded on Christianity, do they?

This is stupid. It should stay there. It does not promote any religion what-so-ever. "In God We Trust" is a motto - that's it! It is harmless, and even if it was to promote Christianity, you can choose to ignore the saying! People make too much of a big deal over everything today. Why do they get SO easily offended by something totally harmless! Most people don't even read whats on the coins or dollars, so it does not matter!

kirakiko, Pledge of Allegiance foe Newdow sues to remove motto from U.S. currency 50 Comments [9/1/2008 11:24:45 PM]
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Quote# 46462

[Yes, it's him again ... you'll all LOVE this one ... and yes, the other forum posters have invited him to put this and other whacked-out suggestions in the same thread to empirical test ;-) ]

Theropod and gang.
your just wrong again about these things.
Animals are all afraid of man in the wilderness. It is not from personal contact. I suggest it needs to be provoked by something like confidence or some impression or something But not defeat by violence. They don't internalize genetically incidents. I repeat excellent nature shows and zillions of acounts of man and beast in Canada all show that all creatures flee the appearance of man. Even bells or waving arms keeps bears away. They flee nothing else but a human noise will save hikers.
This is a well known fact and usually the case is made that animals learned to fear man and it somehow sticks like the way they fear poisoness coloured snakes etc.
Polar bears are not shot away but are scared away by flares, or druming garbage cans up there. They simply get used to people like any animal but a little agression sends them flying. They would never fly from a animals.
Polar bears are scared to the point of white hair.

The author of Genesis knew his audience , which lived with lions and bears, would know a child could scare them off.
you guys are not analysising properly common data.

Robert Byers, Richard Dawkins Forums 61 Comments [9/1/2008 11:16:15 PM]
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Submitted By: Calilasseia
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Quote# 46368

Open QuestionShow me another »
Believers and non-believers in God- why debate over Him so much, when the evidence of His existence is clear?
Do we constantly debate that electricity doesn't exist, or air doesn't exist, or thoughts don't exist, or time doesn't exist just because we cannot see them? Or that the heat of the sun isn't true- just because our limited minds cannot comprehend such intense heat, or that the speed of light (186,000 miles per second) would take 100,000 years to cross just our galaxy, the milky way, that our minds cannot truly comprehend such speed- do we reject such truths, just because we cannot fully comprehend them? Illustration- scientists do not fully understand all the genes that are within the living cells of the body, nor do they fully comprehend the intricate functioning of the human brain- yet they do not deny that the body and brain exist.
Should we really expect to know everything about God who is so great that he brought about the existence of the universe, with all its intricate design and stupendous size?
Great to get your thoughts on this :-)

Curiosity Killed The Cat., Yahoo Answers 25 Comments [9/1/2008 11:12:29 PM]
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Submitted By: Lola Flores
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Quote# 46437

Not sure if this is the correct forum for it, so mods, if not, feel free to move it.

Anyhow, that Megiddo show talked about New Age religions et al, and brought up Evolution.

Eventually, even secular/athiest scientists all but proved that Evolution is what it is...a load of crock.

In addition-some Jesuit priest from England(starts with a T, can't remember his last name), through fraud, somehow convinced everyone Evolution was a fact...to the point where even THE POPE endorsed it and put it in the RCC doctrine.

However-why is it still being taught in our educational systems? And why did everyone let not only this Jesuit priest, but also the Pope to get away with this forgery?

BornAgain123, Rapture Ready 27 Comments [9/1/2008 11:12:15 PM]
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Quote# 46477

Christians sin. The reason that is so is because they have sinful dead flesh in them that wages war with the new nature. Nevertheless, a Christian isn't the same as a Buddhist or Muslim or Atheist, etc. First of all, besides the obviousness of being forgiven, they are "new creations in Christ" by which they now hate what God hates and loves what God loves. Moreover - and this is the point the way of the master radio tried to get across - Christians, unlike everyone else, do not hate God. Furthermore, unlike everyone else, the Christian isn't living for self, but instead has a life motto that says "to live is Christ." Unlike everyone else, the Christian, by God's grace, does not live a wasted life, but fulfills his/her existance by doing that which they were created to do - namely to live for God's glory.

Finally, a Christian is not like everyone else because a Christian cannot live in habitual sin. The sad thing about us today is that we call everyone who professes the name of Jesus a Chrisitan. I believe God's word when he said that "No one born of God makes a practice of sinning, for God's seed abides in him, and he cannot keep on sinning because he has been born of God" (1John 3:9). If you are living in habitual sin, you are a child of the devil and the truth is not in you.

Saved by Grace_06, RaptureReady 30 Comments [9/1/2008 10:47:18 PM]
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Quote# 46500

"Southern Decadence", also known as "Gay Mardis Gras" has a Gustav update link on their page. Can't they move their venue to an island somewhere or something? I'm not saying they attract hurricanes, but... Okay, they attract hurricanes.

The LORD is slow to anger, and great in power, and will not at all acquit the wicked: the LORD hath his way in the whirlwind and in the storm, and the clouds are the dust of his feet." (Nahum 1:3)

puffer, Freerepublic 46 Comments [9/1/2008 9:17:04 PM]
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Quote# 46244

["Secret" was the name used to submit this. It was an 'answer' to a question already on this site, regarding why bugs (insects, etc.) and germs are supposedly not evolving]

Yep they should be, and they are not. According to evolutionists, bugs have been around for "millions and millions of years" so they should also be really big so no one steps on them and other animals can't eat them. Because they evolve adapt to their problems, and getting stepped on is a problem.

And uh, haven't you evolutionists heard of the couple who had a freshwater fish and for a week they added little bits of salt to the water. When they put the fish back into freshwater, the fish died immediatly. There you have evolution -- freshwater fish to saltwater fish, and it only took a week. Not millions of years.

I do believe in that kind of evolution. But I don't think I came from an ape who came from an exploding rock. (and they think Christians have a far fetched theory! because I mean, exploding rocks evolving into everything there is today makes so much more sense. *sarcasm*)

Also, if everything is supposed to be getting better, why is there proof all around us that everything is getting worse? The sun isn't gaining power or staying the same or becoming the perfect temperature. it's slowly burning out. Stars are burning out, not getting brighter. And it seems people are getting stupider not smarter, because they believe all the evolution crap.

Secret, Yahoo! Answers? 32 Comments [9/1/2008 9:10:30 PM]
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Quote# 46369

How does it feel, non-believers, to live in a christian land, receive its God-given benefits and mock?
the very essence o its existence?

Felphil, Yahoo Answers 50 Comments [9/1/2008 6:41:33 PM]
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Submitted By: Lola Flores
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Quote# 46280

I completely agree with you. I do not think that religious views should be taught in schools. That's exactly why I believe evolution, big bang, and the age of the earth should be taken out of textbooks and never taught. Teach all of the faiths either in private schools or in churches, at your cost, not the states. I think that's pretty fair.

Now if you want to present theories to young impressionable school children, go for it, but you had better present it that way. And you had better give both sides of the story, otherwise you are just brainwashing the kids. I wouldn't want teachers to say, "now kids, as we know the earth is 6000 years old." That's a lie, we don't know that and it hasn't been proven, it's a belief.

If you wanted to teach kids, "Well the evolution theory states that the earth is 4.5 billion years old, and this is why they believe that, and the creation theory states that the earth is 6000 years old, and this is why they believe that, and neither of them are proven but those are the two major theories on the age of the earth, etc." then I am perfectly happy with that. If you don't want public schools teaching your children about religion, you better look at it from both sides, because it's not right putting a false impression on children. Telling them that it is known the earth is 4.5 billion years old and we came from apes is a straight up lie, because we do not know that.

Watertarg, WoW offtopic 61 Comments [9/1/2008 6:39:13 PM]
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Submitted By: Worldsend
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