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Quote# 60833

Palin wants creationism taught in school, should we lower our science standards ?

Fundie : creationism is proved by quantum science,silly. As I recall she said teach them both .

Kitten, Doc, Yahoo Answers 65 Comments [3/24/2009 5:22:26 PM]
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Quote# 60839

["It is a concept called "liberty." You have the liberty to marry any adult of the opposite sex you desire, regardless of race, creed, religion, ethnicity, nationality, political affiliation, and so forth. Same sex couples are asking for the same liberty you enjoy, and while I cannot stand the behavior, they certainly should have the liberty to marry any adult of the same sex. Why exactly you are depriving them of this liberty is a mystery to me."]


I'm not depriving them of any liberty, that another group has.
Im depriving them of the liberty to force their minority opinion about this right on the majority.
Every gay male is free to marry a woman and every gay woman is free to marry a man.
There is no discrimination based on sexual preference.

CIAagent11, Christian Forums 67 Comments [3/24/2009 3:07:05 PM]
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Quote# 60836

My very humble opinion: States could secede and then govern themselves as per the Constitution. This would be a reaction to the a bevvy of Marxist liberals and RINO's we have destroying our nation at the present time. Said states could merge and form a new federal government as intended by our founders and govern themselves Constitutionally. Heck, our new federal capitol could have a massive granite Ten Commandments paid for with donations sitting on the front lawn of our new congress.

WarGamer, Rapture Ready 69 Comments [3/24/2009 3:06:31 PM]
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Quote# 60830

[This was prompted by the news that the USA is endorsing the UN's resolution in favor of decriminalizing homosexuality.]

these are not the days to relax or lighten up. that's been the problem all along. we better get on our knees and surrender every area of our life to God or else......what are we going to do when there is no electricity running water or phones? Oh yes that day is coming sooner than we think. many mock. but the prophets were mocked in the old testament too.

smbga, Christian Post 64 Comments [3/24/2009 7:24:35 AM]
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Submitted By: GreenEyedLilo
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Quote# 60825

A group of hard-line Saudi clerics urged the kingdom's new information minister to ban women from appearing on TV or in newspapers and magazines.
In a statement, the 35 clergymen also called on Abdel Aziz Khoja, who was appointed by King Abdullah February 14 as part of a wide reform drive, to prohibit the playing of music and music shows on television.


Saudi fundies, AOL 47 Comments [3/24/2009 12:01:40 AM]
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Quote# 60824

Faith will have served it's purpose when the last bit of intelligence has faded away from this universe

Jim Bell , Ramanon.com 67 Comments [3/24/2009 12:00:28 AM]
Fundie Index: 91
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Quote# 60820

The President has announced to the Congress his intentions to sign the UN declaration that calls for the decriminalization of homosexuality. The declaration that George W. Bush shunned has now been OK’d by all 27 member nations of the European Union.

Ignoring the moral sensibilities of over half of the American public Barack Obama has proven that the hallmarks of his presidency will be to further amorality, prurient interests and the gay agenda regardless of America’s Christian heritage or the basic sentiments of the population. He has hit the ground running on pro-abortion and gay agenda causes that are causing disgust all the way from little independent fundamental churches to the Vatican.

The Bible does hold that homosexuality is a crime against nature but Barack Obama has assured the doubtful that they needn’t take the Apostle Paul’s warning in the first chapter of the book of Romans too seriously because it is after all “obscure” according to Obama in the Christian Post Mar 04, 2008.



Rev. Michael Bresciani, CrossAction News  61 Comments [3/23/2009 9:34:52 PM]
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Quote# 60819

["I'm doing a research project on misogyny in religion, and while I've found plenty of misogynist passages in the Bible, Qur'an, and Torah, I'm also looking for examples of women's rights in these texts. I've found what might be considered respect for women in the Qur'an, but I would really love to find some examples of women's rights in the Bible, too, so that my argument won't be one-sided. I'm writing a fairly subjective paper that won't end up "siding" with any one religion.

So if anybody could direct me to some passages in the Bible that refer to women's rights (in a positive light) that would be wonderful.

Thanks,
Meg"]


Hi Meg

The truth is that if you're a woman who does not care about salvation there are no rules in the Bible that concern you. If you want to have an abortion go ahead but we are bound to speak up for the innocent child you kill. And this is especially true since plan parenthood feeds and the public trough using our money to do your killing. I'm sorry but I go off on tangents when I think of the 50,000,000 children put to death in America for the convenience of the mothers. Makes the holocaust look like a drive by shooting.

Nope Meg God has no rules for you if you're not interested in salvation, you go girl. You show the world who's boss.

JB Horn, In His Word Baptist Forum 104 Comments [3/23/2009 4:45:28 PM]
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Quote# 60816

[From <i>Stairway to Hell</i> Ch. 10, Rick Jones, 1988 Chick Publications]

I remember talking with a desperate boy who had played D & D for several years. Though it started as just a game, it didn't stay that way for long.

To progress in the game, he asked D & D "creatures" to help him win battles. He had no idea, but those creatures were literal demons. When he asked them to come to him and help him, he was unknowingly inviting actual demons into his body.

As he got deeper and deeper into the game, fear began to overtake him. He eventually caught on that he was into more than what he bargained for. It was then he decided to quit the "game."

When he started talking about quitting, he began hearing voices in his head. The demons inside him threatened to kill him if he stopped playing the game.

The last time I saw him, he admitted becoming posessed with demons through D & D. He also confessed that the demons now controlled his entire life. He was terrified! He feared that remaining in the game would lead to his death, and trying to get out would bring the same fate.

If only he had known all that before he let some of his friends persuade him to play D & D for the first time. Satan counted on his ignorance, and won.



Rick Jones, Chick Publications 109 Comments [3/23/2009 4:27:57 PM]
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Submitted By: Tiny Jeebus
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Quote# 60812

Question: If there is a perfect Bible in English, doesn't there also have to be a perfect Bible in French, and German, and Japanese, etc?

Answer: God has always given His word to one people in one language to do one job; convert the world. The supposition that there must be a perfect translation in every language is erroneous and inconsistent with God's proven practice.

Dr. Samuel C. Gipp , The Answer Book 64 Comments [3/23/2009 4:05:27 PM]
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Quote# 60810

Creationists, do you think evolutionists are brainwashed?
I think so.

For example, if you even SUGGEST that animals appeared in their present form through God's powers, you are instantly shut down.

Here's the thing though, if Jesus can walk on water and make food appear to feed the masses and also create the universe, what's so hard about making an animal pop into existence?

Healing, Yahoo Answers 80 Comments [3/23/2009 3:43:01 PM]
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Quote# 60798

Khamisa Sawadi, 75, is a Syrian widow of a Saudi man still living in the Kingdom. She has been sentenced to 40 lashes and four months in jail for simply being seen speaking with two young men who are not her relatives. After being flogged and jailed, she will then be deported for the crime under Sharia law. She was convicted of “illegal mingling.”

Saudi Arabian Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice. , Jonathan Turly's blog 69 Comments [3/22/2009 8:52:00 PM]
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Submitted By: solomongrundy
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Quote# 60786

Remember those wonderful days when the queers were "in the closet?" Our children were safe, we weren't defiled by vile shows on TV, and Americans wouldn't countenance a pervert whether a movie star or teacher. Now, the cockroaches are out and no one is safe. First, God was kicked out of our schools. Then, you couldn't talk about Him at the workplace. Now, people are afraid to mention God in public. God has been forced into the closet while the perverts run free! I'm sure He will act accordingly.

Evangelist Samuel C. Gipp, Th.D, A Friend to Churches MInistries 97 Comments [3/22/2009 1:25:09 PM]
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Quote# 60759

State Rep. Leo Berman (R-Tyler) proposed House Bill 2800 when he learned that The Institute for Creation Research (ICR), a private institution that specializes in the education and research of biblical creationism, was not able to receive a certificate of authority from Texas' Higher Education Coordinating Board to grant Master of Science degrees.

Berman's bill would allow private, non-profit educational institutions to be exempt from the board’s authority.

“I don’t believe I came from a salamander that crawled out of a swamp millions of years ago,” Berman told FOXNews.com. "I do believe in creationism. I do believe there are gaps in evolution.

"But when you ask someone who believes in evolution, if you ask one of the elitists who believes in evolution about the gaps, they’ll tell you that the debate is over, that there is no debate, evolution is the thing, it’s the only way to go.”

TX State Rep. Leo Berman (R-Tyler), FOXNews.com 76 Comments [3/22/2009 11:17:12 AM]
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Submitted By: emau99
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Quote# 60774

All homosexuals should face stoning to death, a Muslim preacher of hate declared yesterday.
Anjem Choudary, the firebrand cleric who wants to see Britain ruled by Sharia law, said such a regime was the only way to fix the country's ills.

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He said: 'If a man likes another man, it can happen, but if you go on to fulfil your desire, if it is proved, then there is a punishment to follow. You don't stone to death unless there are four eyewitnesses. It is a very stringent procedure.
'There are some people who are attracted to donkeys but that does not mean it is right.'

Anjem Choudary, Daily Mail 77 Comments [3/21/2009 7:35:48 PM]
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Quote# 60763

Let me clarify.

The Bible says that the Africans came from Babylon. That is why I believe it. Also because human history proves it. But when I say human history, I don't mean any period when people were not people, because no such time existed.

drkildare, CARM 54 Comments [3/21/2009 6:13:57 PM]
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Submitted By: Mahollinder
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Quote# 60757

You are really hung up on porn aren't you? The fact is that people see normal heterosexual porn without condoms as natural. It is only the homosexual community that tries point it out as "See lookie at them having unsafe sex". ALL HOMOSEXUAL sex is UNSAFE, DANGEROUS, AND REVOLTING. Don't muddle the issue by trying to say that heterosexuals are hypocrites because we must be casually condoning heterosexual sex when we see a condomless penis entering a vagina. That is natural, and heterosexuals shouldn't have to be made to feel guilty about natural sex, although the gay community would like to push the pressure on us to...thereby deflecting some criticism.


Let's face it. I can have MUCH more unprotected straight sex without the odds of contracting any disease compared to the average gay man having sex a couple of times. No Brian If I have one unsafe casual sexual encounter this past year I am NOT disgusting. Straight sex is considered normal irrespective of whether it was without a condom. The gay community would love to have that type of reaction be a scapegoat for their shortcomings, but the sad fact is once again... IT IS NORMAL. Riddle me this question batman? When you go to donate blood do they ask questions about my straight heterosexual activity? Nope. Guess what? THEY DO ask about any homosexual activity. Why? Ohh wait... that's right... you can't donate. You are deferred due to your risky behaviors. I'm not deferred. I guess the medical community doesn't worry about my casual one night stand compared to your lifestyle.

Reality Check , slog.thestranger.com 66 Comments [3/21/2009 2:52:47 PM]
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Quote# 60750

Nadine: I think women have this chip on their shoulder that men should do housework & "help" even when they're very busy working at other
important things. It's one of my pet peeves watching women demand their husbands to help.

CreedIsChrist: I agree, that attitude is ruining alot of marriages too. Men have so much to worry about like finances, job and boss, family structure, the worry of losing their job, feeding the family and bills, etc. A woman who nags her husband when he comes home obviously has a problem with self-centeredness and disobediance. A God fearing woman would never do such a thing. A husband wants to come home to the support of his wife and his children


Nadiine & CreedIsChrist, Christian Forums 67 Comments [3/20/2009 8:02:16 PM]
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Quote# 60723

JEDDAH: A member of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice barged into a women’s professional training center in Al-Sultana district of Madinah, chasing after a young woman who went into the center to escape the pursuing man.
According to police, the commission member saw the woman in a car with a young man. The man was arrested on khulwa (illegal seclusion) charges, but the woman fled into the center, hoping the commission member would not pursue her.
Eyewitnesses said the commission member pushed his way into the center, grabbed the woman by her hair and dragged her out.


Saudi morals police, Arabnews 41 Comments [3/20/2009 5:57:09 PM]
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Quote# 60748

[On why God gives some people mental illness.]

I'm hearing impaired. Yes, I'm aware it's not a mental illness. My belief i that God blessed me with it so that I would not hear the negative things that are said about me. I'm aware of it's negative drawbacks but pay no attention to them.

My theory is that God gave the mentally challenged a gift wrapped in a challenge which he knew that they would be strong enough to handle. In fact this challenge itself provides the opertunity to build up their strength and character. So is the knowledge that they can overcome anything, if they can over come their personal challeges.

Further more, to address the negative side (the curse), my theory is that they suffer. But their suffering allows them in a unique way to understand the suffering of Christ. They may better recieve Christ because they have suffered and overcame just as Christ has. It's a unique oppertunity, just like anyone else, to understand and have a relationship with Christ.

That's why he [God] gives people Mental Disorders.

Gethemane, Catholic Answers 83 Comments [3/20/2009 5:16:56 PM]
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Submitted By: Democritus
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Quote# 60747

So, I was wondering if buying used books online, like thru the used venders on Amazon.com, was bad, as in can books be cursed? I noticed alot of the vendors from Oregon or NY, and I know occult is big in lots of those areas. I checked other books some of the vendors had and they had many demon, occult, type of books sometimes. I take Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior, so I know I have nothing to fear... but if I give some books (like Catholicism for Dummies) as a gift to someone who is not a believer yet, do they get harmed?

j2c99, Catholic Answers 77 Comments [3/20/2009 12:23:48 PM]
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Submitted By: Democritus
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Quote# 60738

[Kentucky counties fined $400,000 for posting Ten Commandments]

Easy solution. Don't pay the ACLU a dime. Send the ACLU a copy of the Constitution, then call on armed patriotic Americans to stand guard in 24 hour shifts around both courthouses. I'm so sick of this abuse of my country by these simple-minded liberals who get so terrified at the thought of seeing the Ten Commandments.

WarGamer, Rapture Ready 70 Comments [3/20/2009 11:52:58 AM]
Fundie Index: 70
Submitted By: fundiesRtehlulz
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Quote# 60735

[In response to someone going on a juice fast for 40 days.]

You should NEVER go on such a votive fast without the blessing of your spiritual father.

Otherwise, you expose yourself to great spiritual danger. Our fasting should not be self-willed, but obedient.

Otherwise, it can bring us close to the demons, who never eat at all.

Cluny, Catholic Answers 46 Comments [3/20/2009 9:11:43 AM]
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Submitted By: Democritus
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Quote# 60734

(Neopagan blogger shares an e-mail from a fellow neopagan:)

i find your attempt to christianize paganism laughable. the first time i heard your name i knew you were one of these blasphemous hippie idiots trying to destroy paganism and turn it into some pacifist sterile PC bullshit. and i saw a video of you wearing the star of david. thats why i serve morrigan. there is no way you can soften her, and turn her into the joke that you have turned the rest of the old gods into. i also think it’s funny how you promote letting n***ers and f***ots in and then call people like me, who’s ancestors worshipped these gods “fake”. i always like to listen to people like you when i need a laugh. and you jews are really arrogant nowdays. you dont even try to hide what you are doing.

i find it interesting how you take up for your filthy jew ancestors, claiming to be a pagan. ANY pagan who knows history should hate jews. it was the jews who bribed constantine to enforce christianity, and thats why rome got it’s ass kicked. and here you are trying to do the same thing. like i said, it’s obvious wether you try to deny it or not. you’re just another filthy judeo-pig and nobody with half a brain would give you a second thought.

Anonymous, Views from the Cyberhenge 88 Comments [3/20/2009 4:17:56 AM]
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Submitted By: TB Tabby
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Quote# 60719


I have an uncle (who I am unsure of his relationship with Jesus) who participated in one of those DNA ancestry things. He gave blood and got this long, very pretty looking report. What it came down to was that "he" was from the Middle Eastern geographic area (now, my uncle is almost all Norwegian.) I told him that this does not surprise me. He looked at me kinda bewildered . . . I said, "that's the region where the Garden of Eden was - remember Adam and Eve?" He didn't say anything after that.

KaiafromBergen, Rapture Ready 58 Comments [3/20/2009 3:49:11 AM]
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Submitted By: Democritus
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