Quote# 56426

(Discussing Prop 8 in California)

We invited this liberalism. We good people have stopped voting (Thus we have BHO) and we are afraid to peak out in public about this crap.

Only God can help us now. I see the great OPPRESSION coming, forget the depression....

ABKN, Prophecy Fellowship 53 Comments [1/21/2009 3:26:17 PM]
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Submitted By: Dave

Quote# 56902

[Krispy Kreme is giving American customers their choice of free donut on Inauguration Day]

Just an unfortunate choice of words? For the sake of our Wednesday morning doughnut runs, we hope so. The unfortunate reality of a post Roe v. Wade America is that 'choice' is synonymous with abortion access, and celebration of 'freedom of choice' is a tacit endorsement of abortion rights on demand.

"President-elect Barack Obama promises to be the most virulently pro-abortion president in history. Millions more children will be endangered by his radical abortion agenda.


A misconstrued concept of 'choice' has killed over 50 million preborn children since Jan. 22, 1973. Does Krispy Kreme really want their free doughnuts to celebrate this 'freedom.'

The American Life League, Miami New Times 61 Comments [1/21/2009 2:52:58 PM]
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Submitted By: Chamale

Quote# 57068

its funny, all you who say you are moms , or one who said she was almost a mom,do you not have better things to do with youre time than sit on a computer all day?? no wonder you dont believe in anything this computer is your god! its really sad you feel the way you do , you say you know the bible, if you did then you would know that satan knows it too, you are his helpers, youre doing a good job by working for him , even leading your kids down a road of deception, how sad. i feel sorry for your kids for now you cant stop Jesus from showing them the way when thier older, and i think thats pretty cool of God right now you control what they do , but you cant do it always when they are grown they make thier own choices and i hope its one for Christ,you say Christains are pushing the bible down others throats?? well its up to them to swallow and i hope they do, ha ha ha ha even your kids. you are pushing hate , not hope.maybe if you tried to understand the bible i mean truly understand it then you could see. you know the bible isnt what gets you to heaven nor does Christains, Jesus gets you there ,you have a choice, and by the way, a burning hell , its real, God doesnt put you there you put yourself there, in all you do you have a 'choice".your choice is to not believe , its a free country do as you wish but dont try to lead others the way you are going.this is by far the most stupid site i have ever been to in my life,never knew mothers could be so stupid.hope you see the light before you die, if not you'll see fire!!!!!!!!!!!thats not a myth thats a fact.

JesusFreak, Mothers Against Jesus 31 Comments [1/21/2009 2:49:41 PM]
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Submitted By: Grace

Quote# 56622

Here's some questions I would like to see answered from an Evolutionist/Big Bang proponent:

1. How was the universe created? Let's say for a moment the big bang happened. Then where did the galaxies come from? What about stars, planets, moons, nebulas and gravity?
If the Big Bang happened, that was a miracle in itself, but then to have a galaxy form with stars, planets, moons, etc. would be incredible. Did all of these happen at the beginning or later on?

2. Let's say evolution is true, where did plants and trees come from? Did they evolve from a lower lifeform? What about bacteria and viruses? How is it possible that plants and animals have a symbiotic relationship?

3. Some people theorize that the Earth was formed billions of years ago and was basically a big molten rock that later cooled down. If that's the case where did the Oxygen, Hydrogen, Nitrogen and other gases come from? What about the ozone layer and upper atmospheres?

4. Where did magnetic fields come from? It's amazing that a magnetic field is required for us to survive.

5. Where did the water come from and why do we have salt water and fresh water?

6. Where did our Moon come from? How is it possible that our moon is required for our survival?

I don't believe in the Big Bang. In the beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth. I would like to see some of your thoughts on the questions though.

bbreland, Meridian Star Forums 60 Comments [1/21/2009 2:35:12 PM]
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Quote# 56234

your mind is a battle field, never forget that. At any given time you've got emotions and thoguhts that are "influnenced"
You can experience God to the point you have NO doubts. to the point where you doubt your own existence before you doubt the existence of God. Religion doesn't make sense. God HATES religion. With a passion. Read the new testament and see the point Jesus was trying to get across. Stop focusing so much on Gods love, it's nice..yes, but focus on hell 4 now also.

Lookingforfourfor, Youtube 39 Comments [1/21/2009 2:33:50 PM]
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Submitted By: InfectedwithRage

Quote# 56595

I'd be remiss not to mention the cult of liberalism. Liberals fit right in with groups that have a "strong devotion or interest in a particular person, idea or thing without religious associations [but not always], or the people holding such an interest."

Ever notice how your liberal friends refuse to look at both sides an issue? An area of thought where this approach prevails is global warming (a subject for another column). The eco-crowd is brainwashed to believe that the evidence for global warming is compelling and that scientists on their side are the best and the brightest...blah blah blah. And of course scientists who deny that global warming is manmade are charged with being utter morons. When you try to present the other side of the issue, which is equally compelling, they simply plug their ears.

Liberals continually carp about how people of faith are narrow-minded unenlightened nuckle draggers, yet they themselves walk in lock step behind their own spiritual gurus and pay homage to radical activists. And by the way, some of these radicals are our congressional representatives! These people are so focused on their leftist social agenda that they really don't give a rip what the voters want! One example is Proposition 8 in California.

Marsha West, Renew America, "Caught Up in a Cult?" 31 Comments [1/21/2009 2:31:52 PM]
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Submitted By: GreenEyedLilo

Quote# 56526

It is hard to see God when you have your back towards him and are constantly running away. Atheist are some of the most ridiculous people in the world. They spend there whole life cursing something they don't believe in. If they don't believe in God so be it. I am glad that God's existence is not dependant upon my belief in him.

Odavinuchai, Daily Mail Comments 34 Comments [1/21/2009 2:24:01 PM]
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Submitted By: Scooby71

Quote# 56764

It just seems to me that it's high time we began setting the record straight. To begin with, there is no such thing as homophobia. A phobia is defined as a fear or anxiety that exceeds normal proportions. Concocting the word was simply a rather sly way of suggesting that it is heterosexuals who are deviant. The other lie that is parroted with some frequency is that those who don't fully support the gay agenda are most likely latent homosexuals, which is supposed to suggest, I assume, that lurking inside every heterosexual man is an interior decorator screaming to get out and do something about those curtains.

Odd, isn't it, that you never hear about latent heterosexuals?

Even the ancient Greeks, to whom modern-day gays enjoy comparing themselves, never engaged in anything quite as bizarre as same-sex marriages.

Burt Prelutsky, WorldNetDaily, "Gays and atheists: joined at the lip" 37 Comments [1/21/2009 1:24:05 PM]
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Submitted By: GreenEyedLilo

Quote# 56732

[on the US Constitution:]

I'm not saying that it does have some form of Christianity, Im just trying to figure out why some people believe that it says nothing about God or Jesus. And I am well aware that it does not mention God or Jesus.

Nicky, Y! answers 48 Comments [1/21/2009 1:23:10 PM]
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Quote# 56411

[In reply to the question why do Fundamentalists not respect others' beliefs?]

Personally, I don't respect very many people period. Respect is something that is earned, not handed out like candy. As a Christian, I follow Scripture. It says to love your enemies and do good to those who despitefully use you, which I do. But it doesn't say to compromise my Biblical belief nor to tolerate blatant sin against Yahweh as many religions practice.

Now if another belief (religion or denomination) teaches anything that is contrary to what the Bible teaches then I have no respect for that particular belief but I try to treat the people within that belief system as I would want to be treated. With the kindness and love that Jesus teaches

Gregoreuo, Answer Bag 44 Comments [1/21/2009 8:36:56 AM]
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Submitted By: Lola Flores

Quote# 56899

[On the military ending 'Don't Ask - Don't Tell ]

It will lead to christian persecution. Gay acceptance and christianity do not mix. It will become policy that religious freedoms will be further decreased. Sensitivity training...hate crimes...yes, persecution of Christians in this country is coming.

plenty groovy, prophecy fellowship 48 Comments [1/21/2009 6:50:44 AM]
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Quote# 56727

Jeez. You guys are crazy to believe in evolution. Don't you get it? You have all been lied too. This junk was shoved down your throat at a young age and now you will do anything to defend it.

Thus, when a man like Kent Hovind comes round and tells the truth you naturally find it repulsive.

You say all his arguments have been refuted? Which ones? His lectures tell over and over again that evolution has been refuted.

The truth is like Kent Hovind says...you are all willingly ignorant for the existence of God.

Come on just spill the beans...you hate God, the thought of Him, the thought of bowing down to a higher authority, the fact that you are sinners. Stop using evolution as a scape goat and just be truthful.

jjwmonsta, VenomFangX's Site 66 Comments [1/21/2009 6:30:56 AM]
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Submitted By: Winston Jen

Quote# 56884

Actually today, my son came home saying his teacher was telling the class about how scientist are saying that the world will end in 2012. He went on to tell the class all kinds of finding and such and with enthusiasm. My son asked the teacher, so these scientist are professing to be God, because only God know when the end will come. My son told me his teacher was furious, but I am so proud of him for sticking up for what he believes in.

This teacher hates my sons because he always refutes what the world says with God's word (Truth). I want to cry because it touches my heart to know my son stands by his faith in God.

I hope he will take that faith with him when it gets out on his own and not let the world sway him.

Cheryl4Christ, RR of course 73 Comments [1/21/2009 5:34:57 AM]
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Submitted By: Lucretius

Quote# 56796

(This is just the start, it gets better)

just got off the phone with an atheist whom I speak with every once in awhile about Christianity. Today, he was so loudly protesting Israel that I couldn't get a word in edgewise. He said that Israel should be nuked & that it's no wonder why the Arab people hate our country. He also said that if the USA is attacked again like on 9/11, it would be our fault because of our blind support for Israel.

I know the hatred for Israel is coming from his hatred towards Christianity & God.......but it still makes me physically sick!!

Mrsbri, rr 35 Comments [1/21/2009 5:09:36 AM]
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Submitted By: Mezza73

Quote# 56789

I think many psychotropic drugs used to calm these ("mentally ill") people down are calming down the flesh - the demon is ready to rage as soon as the drug wears off.

yael, Good News Cafe 36 Comments [1/21/2009 4:49:36 AM]
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Quote# 56683

It's amazing how if you tell someone a lie over and over and over eventually they start to believe it. If you look around, it's everywhere. And because it's everywhere, people just believe it must be true. Today I was looking on the back of a package of those glow in the dark stars that you stick on your ceiling (stocking stuffer for my son), and it had a whole paragraph about the big bang! And how having these stars is like looking back in time to the beginning of the world.It's amazing how much it's drilled into our kids' heads. And so subtely sometimes most people don't even notice it.

TotallySoldOut, Rapture Ready 25 Comments [1/21/2009 4:49:23 AM]
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Quote# 57005

You do know don't you that neither Bill Clinton nor Barack Obama would have won election without the large percentage of the womens vote.

Adolph Hitler came to power in 1934? by receiving a large vote from women, shortly after women had gotten the right to vote in Germany.

farmer Tom N, Sharper Iron Forums 45 Comments [1/21/2009 4:47:50 AM]
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Submitted By: Una

Quote# 56829

Darwin was a fruit cake naturalist, not a scientist. He was a lousy student, and lazy. His father wanted him to be a preacher/Doctor, but he had a head problem and rebelled. This fairy tail of evolution was his way of dismissing a higher power.

Snackinonsnailda rters, Topix 44 Comments [1/21/2009 4:47:22 AM]
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Submitted By: Fek'lhr

Quote# 56783

Let them call themselves "descendants of ancient Caananites" and then let us do what YHVH has declared should be done and let us eradicate them and make no treaties with them.

Semachiah, Rapture Ready 27 Comments [1/21/2009 4:46:13 AM]
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Quote# 56367

[Reacting to Richard Dawkins Bus Ad.]

The reason I don't worry in life or worry less is because I believe in god, its my safety net, how dare the BIGOTED humanist Society try to take that away.

When there is so much doom and gloom around just now this is the last thing we need being shoved down our throats.

What we need something cheerful that can inspire us and give us hope, not this nonsense!

Paul, Coatbridge, Daily Mail 38 Comments [1/21/2009 4:35:28 AM]
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Submitted By: InfectedwithRage

Quote# 56730

I disagree with the initial comment that all children go to heaven.

1 Cor 7:14 says that if a child has at least ONE believing parent, the child is holy. However, if both parents are non-believers, the child is "unclean."

Perhaps there is more to being a parent than we typically assume.

Bernardd, RR 32 Comments [1/21/2009 4:34:11 AM]
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Quote# 56866

Donald Trump, Bill Gates, and Warren Buffet could all give millions to charities, but if they didn't do it because of their faith in Jesus, it's just sin. My down and dirty explanation: anytime someone operates independently of God, all they do is sin to God.

gzusfreke, WWGHA Forum 53 Comments [1/21/2009 4:31:10 AM]
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Quote# 56605

Why celebrate Darwin’s theory?

It’s 2009 and many Darwinists plan to celebrate Darwin’s 1859 publication “Origin of the Species.” Yet Darwinism is losing as a viable scientific theory. So what are we to celebrate?

-- Should we celebrate that Darwin’s theory was adopted by Karl Marx, providing scientific cover for despots and atrocities including Lenin, Stalin and Hitler? The connection between evolutionism and Hitler’s final solution is well documented including in Ben Stein’s movie, “Expelled—No Intelligence Allowed.”

-- Should we celebrate academic intolerance against anyone who questions the dogma of evolution? No matter their scientific credentials?

-- Why celebrate a theory that is still looking for scientific verification? S.J. Gould admitted in Scientific American, “Natural selection is therefore a principle of local adaptation, not of general advance or progress.”

-- Or the fossil record? Darwin admitted it did not fit his theory — and still does not. Dr. Colin Patterson, British paleontologist, said: “I woke up and realized that all my life I had been duped into taking evolutionism as revealed truth in some way.” It takes blind faith to believe in evolutionism. Or being “duped.”

Instead let’s celebrate a great scientist, Louis Pasteur, who opposed Darwinism. Pasteur’s work disproved the spontaneous generation of life and promoted major advances in medicine. Pasteur saw wisdom and design, not randomness and chaos. He gave hope to those with diseases and said: “The more I study nature, the more I stand amazed at the work of the Creator.”

Helmut Welke


Helmut Welke, Quad-City Times 49 Comments [1/21/2009 3:23:28 AM]
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Quote# 56472

Why should President-elect Obama kowtow to the radical homosexual crowd? Why should he not be inclusive of those who may disagree? Is this a country where ONLY homosexuals and their supporters are allowed to have public recognition?

It is apparent in the responses here, and the responses to Prop 8 in California, who the REAL haters are - the heterophobes aka GLBT.

By the way, many (not all) homosexuals ARE pedophiles - I have in the past heard homosexual acquaintances drooling over young boys - so Rick Warren is not totally off the mark.

SeattleGuy, ireport 32 Comments [1/21/2009 3:13:09 AM]
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Quote# 56752

Since you are an atheist your arguments are meaningless to me because they rely on logic...

Caneman, Carm 60 Comments [1/21/2009 3:05:10 AM]
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Submitted By: Lord Sillynipples