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Quote# 67235

What's up with this?

I was at the store, and saw in the underwear section they were selling teenage girls boxers and briefs, only designed for girls. They were pink, purple, yellow, etc, and didn't have the flap in the front. I whispered to my sister, "I see the gay agenda has hit here, too." She said, "Don't start with that. What's the problem with these? You know women used to wear bloomers, and bloomers were a lot like boxers." I know this, but the thing is, lesbians wear men's underwear. I did in my teenage years when I "came out." I happily threw them all out once I was saved. I then replied next they'd be selling blue panties and little bras to boys, but my sis just said I was being stupid.

Is this another sign? I say it could be, but I've been known to see signs eveywhere.

Olga, RF 74 Comments [11/3/2009 1:19:01 PM]
Fundie Index: 64

Quote# 67234

As a Christian, I believe it is a sin to go to the movie theater. I've never been and I never will go. We are to be in the world, but not part of it. To go to the movie theater is a bad testimony. Not all movies are bad, but the majority are. Just think, would Jesus go to a movie theater? No! And neither should Christians. If a good, clean movie does come out, buy it or rent it on DVD. It will come out very quickly after it's run in the theater.

Joy Cunningham, One Million Moms on Facebook 78 Comments [11/3/2009 1:18:20 PM]
Fundie Index: 40

Quote# 67233

The following is from a newspaper obituary of a twenty year old girl, written by her parents:

“After four years, our cancer warrior Alice has left her earthly bounds and gone to heaven, where her body is healthy again, where the wind can blow through her hair, and where she can finally ride a horse on the beach and swim with dolphins. She was embraced in heaven by all the inspiring teens and children with cancer she met along the way.”

My question to atheists is: if her parents asked you for your true beliefs, would you really take that away from them? Would you really tell them that their daughter was just unlucky, and suffered heroically for years only to go out like a candle and be nothing more than dirt in the ground? If beautiful, loving Alice had been your daughter, would you really take that away from yourself? Would you really believe it? And don’t say that people have to face facts: atheism is not a fact, because no one can “prove” there is not a God any more than we can "prove" to you--by your earthly, material standards--that there is one.

ForPersonalHelp, ForPersonalHelp.com 91 Comments [11/3/2009 1:17:00 PM]
Fundie Index: 26
Submitted By: Deftera

Quote# 67229

You can remove the 10 commandments from any building you want, you can try to keep us from saying "Merry Christmas", you can come after us with threats when we pray... But you can NEVER separate us from the love of the Lord!
As it says in John 16:33 "These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world."
We Christians are on the winning side! For every victory you atheists think you've won... you've really lost, but you're too blind to know it!

Crystal, Topix 39 Comments [11/3/2009 1:15:23 PM]
Fundie Index: 19

Quote# 67227

Why do "Christian" states have the highest divorce rate but the "gay marriage" state (MA) has the lowest?

Best Answer - Chosen by Voters

God Child :Because the original marriage covenant is from God and the devil always imatates,and the gay marriages are from his program and he is not going to bother anything he already has under his control,God made one man for one woman and thats that and the devil cannot stand anything God made so he attacks marriages anyway he can,and on top of that people do not ask God who there marrieage partner is and they end up picking someone on their own and thats a mess.
Bible and personal experience

God Child, Yahoo Answers 51 Comments [11/3/2009 1:14:29 PM]
Fundie Index: 49
Submitted By: J Arcenas

Quote# 67226

This is another tactic unbelievers use, they try to claim there better educated or something, the truth be told there actually indoctornated instead of educated nowdays, its sad they don't know the difference.

Glory in print, RR 66 Comments [11/3/2009 1:14:06 PM]
Fundie Index: 37

Quote# 67222

Why Darwin DISSENTERS are right

You see, as a Creationist, I have nothing to lose. If evolution (darwin's molecule to man MYTH) were true, I would accept it and still believe in GOD...it would not negate Him. It would not affect my faith at all.

But on the other hand, atheists HAVE to fight to keep darwin's MYTH alive because they have no alternative. They do not wish to believe in GOD, so they have to place their faith in their false god darwin and his MYTH. If they acknowledge it is merely a belief system, then they are forced to realize they may be wrong...and have to accept GOD's existence.

knight-in-black-leather, IMDB 42 Comments [11/3/2009 1:12:38 PM]
Fundie Index: 34
Submitted By: wautd

Quote# 67217

I think that this recent "obsession," if you will, with all things 2012 and alien and apocalyptic is a sense, seemingly felt by the whole world, that SOMETHING is coming. Maybe this is an unconscious response by the world --they don't know why, but they know that SOMETHING is fast approaching, and it feels like the end of the world. This suggests to me that perhaps the spiritual chess pieces are being placed for the End of Days, the game is being prepared, and the whole world is sensing that SOMETHING is afoot. The warfare is being prepared in the invisible spiritual realm, some skirmishes are already occurring (as we can see evidenced in today's events), and because we cannot fully see into the spiritual, we can only feel its effects in the "natural." As Christians, we know what the SOMETHING is, but the rest of the world as a whole only senses it in a vague way.

As Shakespeare said in "Macbeth,"

"Something wicked this way comes."

Musician in His house, RaptureReady 42 Comments [11/3/2009 1:11:26 PM]
Fundie Index: 20

Quote# 67215

To me, America is Camelot in the 20th-21st century. It's a great, astounding country that has followed the ways of Rome, Britain, and even Israel for many decades. I agree that America is not to be idolized, because anything in the place of God is evil, but I am telling you that America became so great because of God. If America was not great, then America would not have been so blessed.

Our God blessed America because we made a great Covenant with him. The old Constitution was that Covenant. We've been breaking it for decades and the consequences will be swift and severe, but I'm positive that America will live on like Camelot did. Even if, the Lord doesn't come for centuries from now (Just giving a hypothetical example) and archeologists find nothing but obscure stories and poems about America, it will always live on in my spirit as a gift from God.

To me America, as an ideology is so Judeo-Christian, that I will be saluting my flag in Heaven after I get done bowing to Jesus, just to remind me a second time of what Jesus gave to me. First, Jesus died for me so I could be saved, but he gave me the gift of being born in America with all of my meager wealth at the same time he died for me. So I could go to Church without persecution, so I could pray and have a Bible without persecution, and so I could speak my mind to the government instead of being it's slave. The fact of the matter is, Jesus'es 1st gift to me was Salvation, but his second gift to me was America, and that's good enough for me.

CecilHarvey, RaptureReady 49 Comments [11/3/2009 1:10:35 PM]
Fundie Index: 21

Quote# 67212

[On the hate crimes bill]

Barber views the legislation as something akin to a muzzle. "Unfortunately, it places Christians -- people of faith, people who have traditional values relative to sexual immorality...in an untenable position," says the attorney.

Barber goes on to say that the federal bill "will chill religious liberty and free speech -- and that is its intended purpose, not to protect anybody from hate crimes."

And as for pastors? "There is a very weak exemption in [the bill] which is totally illusory, and a religious exemption is not going to protect pastors," responds Barber. "Renegade prosecutors and politically correct leftists in positions of authority can subjectively determine what is or is not a hate crime." And then move on to prosecution, he adds.

Matt Barber, OneNewsNow 21 Comments [11/3/2009 1:08:41 PM]
Fundie Index: 26

Quote# 67211

Assuming your world view is correct then you can sit there and indulge in your "love", while I on the other hand indulge my life's ambitions of rape, robbery, and persecution. Since there is no God to tell us what is right and what is wrong, then I suppose we get to decide for ourselves, and I think I'm gonna take a ride on your back little girl. Who's gonna stop me now that God is dead... and your weak pathetic cry for love goes on deaf ears. Get ready for some pain ^*&%$!

Bob, Associated Content 41 Comments [11/3/2009 1:07:37 PM]
Fundie Index: 36

Quote# 67209

I can just see women giving up birth control, and getting abortions just because it's free/cheap.

Olga, RF 39 Comments [11/3/2009 1:06:01 PM]
Fundie Index: 33

Quote# 67202

I don't go to the hospital to get vacccines. I eat healthy food so that I don't have to take that poison. Vaccines and water have been proven to contain poison because many atheists have a fundamental belief that there are too many people on the planet. Look up Ted turner. You are also making a huge assumption in believing people who develop medicine are all atheists. There is nothing wrong? with studying biology, many creationists do. The theory of evolution, however, is still junk science.

coffinperson, Youtube 51 Comments [11/3/2009 12:09:13 PM]
Fundie Index: 33
Submitted By: BadPanda

Quote# 67201

The Muslim religion in this day and age has killed more innocent men, women,

and children than all other religions combined. Yet off the top of my head

I can't think of any other religion who regularly has done such and the last

incident that comes to mind is Jim Jones and David Koresh. And both of

those although big in number are only 2 instances compared to hundreds,

probably thousands done in the name of allah. And I refuse to put a Capital

"A" on the front of that name.

waiting1, RR 42 Comments [11/3/2009 12:04:20 PM]
Fundie Index: 21
Submitted By: Grigori Yefimovich

Quote# 67200

[The arrest of a Massachusetts teacher of religion in a Muslim school for planning mass murders at malls and targeting American soldiers overseas has caused shock throughout the US. The suspect, an Egyptian-American named Tarek Mehanna, was arraigned in court Wednesday.]

How can this shock anyone?
the only people this shocks are the total Idiots who are in denial about what
murdering monster's Muslims are.
And the people who insist upon playing a guessing game because hay''their not all bad''right?
If Islam doesn't use bombs to destroy a country they will simply breed like Rats until they take over.
Look what they are doing in Europe.
I cant freaking stand it anymore.
I feel such resentment toward muslims.
But even more toward westerners who went to coddle muslims and bring them here and give them free entrance into our country.

turtle, RR 20 Comments [11/3/2009 12:03:28 PM]
Fundie Index: 19
Submitted By: Grigori Yefimovich

Quote# 67199

[Buzzardhut pasted a huge document of creationist arguments, here's an excerpt]

The charge is frequently made that belief in a Creator and creation is merely part of "religion" and devoid of scientific evidence. Throughout these series of books we have clearly observed that all the evidence is on the side of creation, not evolution. Now we shall learn that it is evolution which is a religious faith. Yes, it is true that there are religious people who believe in creation, but it does not take religiosity to accept scientific evidence. On the other hand, it requires the religious fervor of evolutionary theory to reject all that evidence and cling instead to a myth.

Buzzardhut, Rapture Ready 27 Comments [11/3/2009 11:57:02 AM]
Fundie Index: 27
Submitted By: Telamon

Quote# 67195

[In response to "But what happens to the child? that dies of cancer or is abducted or murdered, though many people prayed for him/her? What was God thinking while watching over that child? I guess it was just part of His divine and perfect plan"]

It does fit into his plan. Maybe that kidnapper realized what he was doing was wrong, so he turned to God and repented? then he would have returned the child. The kid who dies of cancer, maybe that's child's plight caused him/her to turn to God, along with the rest of their family. Don't confuse God with Satan, okay? God is good, but Satan is evil. Satan causes the bad things to? happen, not God.

swimtj59, YouTube 36 Comments [11/3/2009 11:49:48 AM]
Fundie Index: 21
Submitted By: Hallo Hallo

Quote# 67190

(After asking for a poll proving scientists
supported the theory of evolution)

I asked for a poll, yes, and he supplied one, but the polls I have read show most scientists to be completely stupid and dumb.

YAWisback, Gamefaqs 39 Comments [11/3/2009 11:17:32 AM]
Fundie Index: 38

Quote# 67185

The Ten Commandments are both secular and religious. They are a part of history. To censor them is evil religion.

The church and state are, and must be separate. But, every human act is both an secular and religious act. To claim God or religion could be separated from a human act is evil religion.

Robert J. Conlon, Cincinnati Enquirer 25 Comments [11/3/2009 11:13:27 AM]
Fundie Index: 23
Submitted By: Space Lizard

Quote# 67182

[comment is in response to the article:HOW WE'RE EVOLVING]

I find it funny that you cannot prove any of this, but you believe that we evolved from primates. Evolution is nothing but a theory, but when you have the Bible right in front of you and it has been proven that God created this world, yet so many people just choose to ignore and find it more fasinating to think that everything just formed on its own. I feel very sorry for all of you who choose to ignore Gods exsistance and will be going to Hell for that. I pray that God will work in your heart and open your eyes.

seattle, wa, MSNBC 26 Comments [11/3/2009 11:02:21 AM]
Fundie Index: 28
Submitted By: sha_lyn68

Quote# 67180

I say it's b.s. that I even have to walk on the same sidewalk as a gay!

Clayton Lafayette, AFA on Facebook 44 Comments [11/3/2009 11:00:55 AM]
Fundie Index: 34

Quote# 67174

[in a news article about a proposed human rights charter]

Opposition legal affairs spokesman George Brandis warned if rights such as the right to found a family were enshrined in a charter, as recommended by the committee, this could allow the courts to shape laws on issues such as gay marriage and adoption.

Senator Brandis, who also met the church leaders to hear their concerns, said such issues should be resolved directly by parliament and not via the "elliptical way" of expanding court powers.

"The agenda of the human rights lobby in Australia is a secular agenda and that fact has been somewhat masked by the fact the chairman of the government's human rights consultation committee is himself a priest," Senator Brandis said.

"It's a Trojan horse for the secular leftist human rights agenda."

Senator George Brandis, The Australian newspaper 14 Comments [11/3/2009 10:59:43 AM]
Fundie Index: 14
Submitted By: nichevo

Quote# 67170

[From a news article about the Matthew Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Act being passed:]

At the urging of Republicans the bill was changed to strengthen free speech protections to assure that a religious leader or any other person cannot be prosecuted on the basis of his or her speech, beliefs or association.

"Nothing in this legislation diminishes an American's freedom of religion, freedom of speech or press or the freedom to assemble," said Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md. "Let me be clear. The Matthew Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Act targets acts, not speech."

That didn't convince Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., who said the bill was a "dangerous step" toward thought crimes. He asked whether the bill would "serve as a warning to people not to speak out too loudly about their religious views."

Tony Perkins, president of the conservative Family Research Council, said the measure was "part of a radical social agenda that could ultimately silence Christians and use the force of government to marginalize anyone whose faith is at odds with homosexuality."

Tony Perkins and Sen. Jim DeMint, Yahoo! News 27 Comments [11/3/2009 10:59:00 AM]
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Submitted By: David D.G.

Quote# 67162

*Obama Compares Fox News to Talk Radio, Says He's Not 'Losing Sleep' Over Controversy*

The usurper isn't losing sleep 'cause he's got his hired guns losing sleep - working 24/7 to bring down the "enemy" - anyone who would dare disagree with his scumbaggedness! (I think I coined a new word!)

CarlaL48, RR 22 Comments [11/3/2009 10:57:14 AM]
Fundie Index: 26

Quote# 67151

If God didn't Flood the earth, we wouldn't have fossils (which require water and lots of sediment to even be created in the first place), and the formations we see today. We also wouldn't have nice safe public roads for the fear of running into a dinosaur. We also wouldn't have nice paint jobs on our cars or nice roofs on our houses because of all the pteradactyle poop.

scott, Evolution Fairytale Forum 29 Comments [11/3/2009 10:54:35 AM]
Fundie Index: 31
Submitted By: David
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