Quote# 56262

It was not my intent to insinuate anything. But one only need look at a few realities to see that there is some correlation between societies who believe in God and those who do not. Right here in America, for example, if you establish timelines for societal shifts, you can see a pattern. You can reject that the pattern means anything, but it does exist. Sometime near the middle of the 20th century, Atheist activists succeeded in beginning the removal of God and God oriented ideas from public life. That trend has grown and the vitriol and venom of Atheists against Theists caught on in the liberal political realm. If one maps those changes on a timeline and then does the same with things like drug use, child abuse, teen pregnancies, crime rates, etc., etc.; and then overlay those timelines, the picture begins to clear some. You can deny all you want that lack a lack of God in people’s lives is the cause of this, but since the facts are visible, your denial is only a belief, much as mine to the contrary. To ignore the implications of this is in and of itself a form of faith. Just a faith in something else.

MikeA, hotair 41 Comments [1/20/2009 6:57:34 AM]
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Quote# 56652

As a Christian I have a relationship with the LIVING God through Jesus Christ. No other denomination has a leader that is still alive. This is how I know in my heart. And God did provide a way for everyone to know the truth.

I Love North Carolina, city-data.com 45 Comments [1/20/2009 5:10:01 AM]
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Quote# 56897

[regarding letters recieved by some gay bars threatening chemical attacks...]

I do not think Christians did this...not even Westboro Baptist would do this. I just bet it was a bunch of filthy disease ridden queers doing to themselves to gain attention.

[Seriously, this woman is literally insane with gay-hate]

Morgana, Free Republic 52 Comments [1/20/2009 4:09:13 AM]
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Quote# 56376

[On the proposed porn bailout]

(quote: I think they're both protected free speech)

So our Founding Fathers looked into the future, saw that our country would be infected with degenerates, and protected their vile filth via the First Amendment. Kid, anyone with a nanoclue knows that they were protecting political speech, not smut. Of course, it might be in a hidden subtext, a constitutional easter egg that can be discerned by taking the second letter of every seventh word. However, that has not yet been discovered. It's also possible that it's in the same part of the Constitution that guarantees the right to kill one's unborn child and the right of faggots to "marry".

(quote: ...but neither of them should be on public property)

Really? Then why are liberal assholes rabidly opposed to Internet filth filters on taxpayer-bought computers in public libraries? Why are liberal buttheads adamant about NEA funding of the foulest forms of "art"? Why is the pagan holiday of Samhein (Halloween, for Obastard voters) celebrated for weeks in public schools?

Fact: the large majority of Americans, ergo of American taxpayers, are Christian, and they see nothing wrong with a Christmas pageant in a school or a creche in a public park. When did a few whining, sniveling, bitching, insatiable atheists get the right of censorship? Do you think we really care what "offends" you fools?

If you don't like something, don't look at it. Isn't that what you tell us every time some blasphemous taxpayer-supported sewage makes the news?

DoctorDoom, FreeConservatives 38 Comments [1/20/2009 4:02:46 AM]
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Quote# 56641

What astronomers and scientists continue to leave out of the equation is the God factor. Who knows what they are hearing. It could be an echo from the time of the so called "Big Bang" when Jehovah God said, "Let There Be Light".

I hope they find the God particle when they fire the Large Hadron Accelerator in Geneva Switzerland "CERN" and finally discover that all matter both dark and light was created by a devine designer not some random explosion. Science and chance will tell you that if one took some C-4 charges and detonated them in a junk yard the probablity of the pieces falling back to earth forming a completely operational Boeing 747 would be out of the question. Random explosions only cause destruction. Planned, calculated, and properly executed explosions can bring down buildings, but they not create something new other than rubble. So much for the so called random "Big Bang" theory.

The bandwidth of God's voice, hearing, and light spectrum goes beyond anything a radio telescope, oscilloscope, or telescope can detect. Human ears can only hear frequencies between 20Hz to 20kHz. Human eye sight can only see light frequencies between 400nM and 700 nM. The normal human voice frequencies fall between 350Hz and 1kHz. A very narrow bandwidth compared to God's ability to see, speak, and hear. God's bandwidth for speech, light, and sound is infinite. God also exists at light speeds faster than our known light speed of 186,000 mps. Therfore enabling Him to travel forward or backward in time, and be everywhere at the same time.

wyncrtr, Space.com comments 58 Comments [1/20/2009 2:59:44 AM]
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Submitted By: Fox

Quote# 56572

"I never questioned the efficacy or intelligence of doing vaccines until I was in the hospital with my newborn daughter and a doctor tried to get me to give her hepatitis B vaccine...Hepatitis B is a sexually transmitted disease. I knew I didn't have hepatitis B. I knew my husband didn't have it. I knew there was no way she would come in contact with anyone with hepatitis B.

"You have this tiny, frog-like baby and they want to shoot her up with things."

Jennifer Margulis, Breitbart.com 60 Comments [1/20/2009 2:49:05 AM]
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Quote# 56542

(Thread on the Atheist bus campaign in the UK)

"Originally Posted by NewWorldOrder
I was just thinking how awesome it would be if something happens to the bus, and God reveals himself to them in a miraculously, undeniable way....Do you think they would believe then? If their hearts are hardened, probably not, but it would still be really cool."

Like if the bus sheared through a section of guardrail and plunged halfway through the side of a bridge, teetering back and forth between the road above and the river below. Jesus swings open the emergency door, supernaturally holds the back wheels down and announces that all desiring to take the Highway to Hell should exit through the front of the bus and those who wish to exit onto the Highway to Heaven should exit through the back of the bus. Once those who have chosen to exit past Him have all disembarked, He allows the bus to plunge on into the river. Moral: It's better to have saved a few than none at all. Seeds don't usually grow on rocks, but anything is possible in the twinkling of an eye in the supernatural.

BTW, I always thought that one of the main reasons for atheist's beliefs was that they thought the universe evolved around themselves individually, refusing to surrender their spiritual will to ANY higher power (which would be beneath them).

Homesick777, RaptureReady 72 Comments [1/20/2009 2:18:36 AM]
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Quote# 56553

[On Muslims]
They are very aggressive trying to make converts, and especially go after the weak and confused. They also recruit in prison a lot.

[Is there an annual Irony award?]

Meeker, RR 31 Comments [1/20/2009 1:45:13 AM]
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Quote# 56539

One day a couple of weeks ago the sky looked different. I said outloud "I believe dear Jesus--I know You are coming!" Tears were coming down my face.

Come Lord Jesus

scatty6105, RaptureReady 76 Comments [1/20/2009 1:09:42 AM]
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Quote# 56743

[in a talk page about what to put in their article on sex]

>add something benign, perhaps along the lines of:
Sexual intercourse is the mechanism by which human beings mate and produce offspring. The Penis enters the Vagina, the male's sperm fertilises the female's egg, and the child forms in the womb. There can hardly be the slightest objection to something as simple as that, a matter-of-fact description for children of how we all came to be.

>I anticipate plenty of objection. For a start, tell a child or young teenager how, and they might want to try it. It also means we have to make articles on mate, penis and virgina, tripling the contriversy. Here's an idea: Disappear the lot. Delete the page, prevent it ever being created again. Do the same for everything that deals with human sexuality

newcrusader, conservapedia 78 Comments [1/20/2009 12:41:28 AM]
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Submitted By: quartz

Quote# 56795

"The only way we can determine the true age of the earth is for God to tell us what it is. And since he has told us, very plainly, in the Holy Scriptures that it is several thousand years of age, and no more, that ought to settle all basic questions of terrestrial chronology."

Henry Morris (Father of "Creation Science; founder of the Institute for Creation Research), Wikiquote 40 Comments [1/20/2009 12:21:37 AM]
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Submitted By: J Arcenas

Quote# 56555

[Science, far from validating the Flood myth, disproves it absolutely. It actually PROVES that the flood didn't happen.]

and yet one can find 'sea fossils' out in the middle of the desert...go figure

Echoes, Harmony Central 44 Comments [1/20/2009 12:19:11 AM]
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Quote# 56456

[The stupidity, it burns it burns!!!!!]

The bible will be around a long time. The junk artists have to change their sketches and text books every few years when too many glaring false claims get exposed.

Do you think I am stupid enough to believe a "scientist" in this most recent century knows what happened at Creation by the Creator and knows better than God does?

You seem to have little more than a fairy tale.

These 'evilutionists" go ballistics when I confront them as taking a few bone pieces and making up book after book of stories about the animal the bones belonged to.

I do not think you are honest enough and educated enough to explain why we have all these fancy stories floating around that tell us about all the transition from apes to man and the bones they think support it could all fit in a single human casket.

coadie, good news cafe 37 Comments [1/20/2009 12:07:05 AM]
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Submitted By: atheist crusader

Quote# 56303

[responding to the big bang and mapping the history of the universe]

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, RR 37 Comments [1/20/2009 12:06:18 AM]
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Quote# 56562

Take for example, uh, a Gila Monster and a salamander, are they the same kind? Well certinly not. They're both LIZARDS of a different kind.

NephilimFree, YouTube video "Evolution Quickshot - Speciation" Minute 5:53 to 6:04 50 Comments [1/20/2009 12:02:00 AM]
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Quote# 56441

(Ragtime's Daily Double?)

Deciding whether my wife should get a full-time job, or whether we should move into a smaller apartment, or both,
in the event Obama is elected. The new American Dream will be: survival.

(Then in the very next post!)

I read a news story about twenty-something politicians around the world who have officially changed their names to Barack Obama. That really raises the bar high for the Antichrist, whenever he shows up. He'll have to somehow be even more charismatic than Obama.

Ragtime, WrongPlanet 30 Comments [1/19/2009 10:32:17 PM]
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Quote# 56565

[re: Muslims buying land to build mosques on]

My solution - every available farm acreage needs to raise pigs, even in the cities, where possible. They would not want to touch anything that was tainted by pork. Just get a pet Vietnamese pig, if possible, and walk it in your neighborhood. You will be forever unclean from a real estate takeover.

LUVSLLAMAS, Rapture Ready 39 Comments [1/19/2009 10:30:22 PM]
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Quote# 56833

*[Number 6 is the funniest thing I have read in years!]

Now that the Theory of Evolution has been disproven, why is it still taught in our schools? Here are ten reasons:

1. Many schools and school systems haven’t learned that the Theory of Evolution has been disproven.

2. Many biology teachers and other teachers of evolution haven’t learned that the Theory of Evolution has been disproven.

3. Many biology teachers and other teachers of evolution are unwilling to face reality.

4. Many evolutionists are afraid that religion will take over the schools and school systems.

5. Evolutionist lecturers and writers would stop earning the more than $1 billion they earn every year by preaching evolution.

6. Biology textbook publishers would have to spend $3 billion rewriting the biology textbooks.

7. Schools, colleges, and universities would lose $10 billion in government grants provided for the purpose of advancing the Theory of Evolution.

8. Over one hundred thousand evolutionary biologists and other scientists would be humiliated before the eyes of the entire world.

9. A number of evolutionary biologists and other scientists would have to admit to lies, evasions, and incompetence in their research.

10. Evolutionary biologists would finally have to acknowledge the superiority of Physics over Biology in answering one of the great questions of life – the origin of life.

Dr. Michael J. Bisconti, The L. F. Nexus 60 Comments [1/19/2009 10:03:08 PM]
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Submitted By: Higgs Boson

Quote# 56920

[Regarding Obama becoming president.]

Depends...I certainly hope he fails at pushing his socialist agenda. But I doubt it. I hope he fails to set the stage for more unborn children to be slaughtered at the alter of socialism. But I doubt it. Based on his campaign promises there is no possibility that he will be the best President we have ever had. It just will not happen.

Revmitchell, Baptist Board 35 Comments [1/19/2009 9:15:32 PM]
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Submitted By: Moordryd

Quote# 56667

Intelligent design is a legitimate line of scientific inquiry. It is not biblical creationism. It does not pre-suppose deity. It does however rattle to the core the fragile paradigm of neurotic atheists and dogmatic Darwinists who have already long abandoned objectivity in their oppressive rejection of the scientific method and freedom of conjecture.

efenzie, Comments from "BESE expected to take up controversial science instruction act today" @ Times-Picayune on nola.com 41 Comments [1/19/2009 8:30:06 PM]
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Quote# 56470

I looked at your work Twinkling... One of my daughters went to Europe last summer. She bought me a small replica of the statue of David. I thanked her for it and said, "David or not, I want him dressed". So she made a pair of pants for my statue so I can display it.

Tall Timbers, RaptureReady 56 Comments [1/19/2009 8:28:20 PM]
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Quote# 56385

6 7 5 = 18
Barack Hussein Obama = 18

6+6+6= 18

I know the thread is about Obama's ride named the Beast, but I would fall out of my chair if the car's plates had a certain 3 digit number on them that included three 6's.(...)

So I must respectfully submit that there is just a lot of 'red flags' raised at our next president, and he will be monitored closely by those of us that are suspicious that there is more than meets the eye.

aaron, Fulfilled Prophecy 54 Comments [1/19/2009 8:22:11 PM]
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Quote# 56509

Clearly we were created before all the other animals that is why we have dominace over all of them and we name them like how adam did in the garden of eden. just like how i named my fish it didnt name me because i own it evolution is a false theory.

Jamila, Y! answers 67 Comments [1/19/2009 6:27:33 PM]
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Quote# 56588

(Wow, listen to these humanitarians)

"Yeah, I know what you mean. I remember, at first, feeling soooo sorry for all the little children who had died in the tsunami (sp) in 04, I think???? Then, it just hit me like a ton a of bricks--those little children, had they grown up, may never have come to know the Lord, and now they can be w/ Him"

(How could a mom feel this way? I feel bad for her kid)

Mommytoa3rdgradeboy, A "great" thought 43 Comments [1/19/2009 6:27:18 PM]
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Submitted By: Will

Quote# 56275

I learned long ago that evolution debates just go in circles and nothing ever gets solved, so I’m not going to waste any more time on it… I do however want to point out something to our conservative evolutionist friends… I’m assuming most of you recognize how completely bogus and debunked man made global warming is, yes? And setting aside the bogusness of “consensus”, the mainstream “scientific community” all sells this nonsense. The same people who sell evolution.

Now, for those of you who recognize how the “science community” has pushed and continues to push the climate change lie, don’t you think for even a second, they could be doing the same with evolution? Don’t mistake me, I’m not attempting to make a scientific argument here (as I said, that winds up being a waste of time), I’m simply raising an issue I find interesting. People recognize the dishonesty of the “scientific community” in one area, but refuse to even consider the possibility that it’s happening in another.

RightWinged, hotair 29 Comments [1/19/2009 6:26:07 PM]
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