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Quote# 61127

What about the media-ignored, ex-gay community? The entertainer Little Richard is a former homosexual and a man named Steven Bennett, also a former homosexual, is the head pastor of a church that reaches out to the GLBT community called Steven Bennett Ministries. Wasn’t Anne Heche “gay” for a time and now a married (to a man) mother? Then there’s Exodus International, a ministry that’s full of formerly “gay” people. Also, I’ve personally known three men that were once homosexuals and aren’t anymore.

Because of my time and travels on planet Earth, I’ve spoken, at length, to at least one hundred and seventy homosexuals and at least eighty lesbians. And when I sifted through all of the bits and pieces of information that I’ve gathered from talking to members of the GLBT community, I came to the conclusion that the gay lifestyle, although not an overnight choice, still begins as a choice, sparked by sudden and/or gradual childhood, emotional trauma. And then becomes a daily choice to ignore or rebel against the natural order of life.

Typically, a boy “misbonds” with his father before he’s five and bonds to a female that is usually his mother. Then other boys sense his effeminate behavior and humiliate and reject him. And often, a homophile offers the lonely, misdeveloped boy, “love” and acceptance. The gay lifestyle is the psychological equivalent of a broken bone that wasn’t set correctly before knitting itself back together.

There are two specific psychological terms relating to the GLBT lifestyle; one is called, “gender identity disorder,” and the other is called “gender dysphoria.” Simply put, it’s a boy who doesn’t grow out of the “I don’t like girls” stage of male sexual development. Or, vice-versa.

Carl Morris AKA Mantronikk, heteroseparatist.com 56 Comments [4/3/2009 9:11:38 PM]
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Submitted By: malendras

Quote# 61126

It was somewhere around 1982 when I first heard the “born gay” concept, and it took me twenty years to figure out that people can actually deceive themselves into believing that they were born “gay,” whilst common-sense observations about the human species prove them wrong. The “born gay” concept is in direct opposition to the ridiculously obvious pattern of human reproduction. Human beings reproduce sexually. This means that people who say that they were “born gay” are, in effect, saying that nature has chosen to remove their ability to reproduce.

Nature doesn’t do that.

Nature is, very obviously, dedicated to the reproduction of all species of life. Why would nature create a life form with millions of cells and remove that life form’s attraction to the opposite sex which is necessary for the propagation of the species?

Carl Morris, heteroseparatist.com 60 Comments [4/3/2009 8:46:38 PM]
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Submitted By: malendras

Quote# 61094

It seems to me that what used to be thought of as “extreme” is now being pushed down our conservative throats. I think it would make wonderful sense to just divide the country in half…put all of those who support homosexuals, abortion, illegal immigrants, and every other form of unlawlessness and unGodliness on one side, and those who want the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob to still be the God of their country on the other side. Voila! Problems solved; no more squabling or bickering. The Christians can live in peace, and all others can live in their peace.

cdmarsh7, Think Progress 90 Comments [4/3/2009 10:38:26 AM]
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Quote# 61098

It is proven that the bible was written by eyewitnesses so it is fact; ever hear of the Dead Sea Scrolls? Unlike evolution which was stated to only be a theory by the very person who developed the theory, Darwin.

You fail to miss one huge point. The liberals are trying to shut down talk radio like Rush and Hannity because they only present one side. But isn't that being hypocritical since the left are also the ones that will not allow creation and evolution to be taught together. Isn’t that being one sided? No one is saying to remove evelution, but shouldn't both be taught?

test image Anonymous, The FOX Nation 70 Comments [4/3/2009 5:24:17 AM]
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Quote# 61105

I'm sorry but I consider God more of an authority than yourself. God said sex is his gift to a married couple. For those who choose to abuse this gift there is std's. Before the fall of man there was no sin (or degeneration.) Animals didn't kill each other for food, there were no thorn bushes, and most likely no std's. This was something the bible says came about after man's sin. If you consider the fact that two people who withdraw from sexual attivity until marriage and then are faithful to one another it becomes apparent that my theory is true. As for a husband who gets aids from a cheating wife, maybe God is paying him back for some other sin he commited earlier. I believe it is intirely possible that we are not always punished emmidiatly after we sin. But that being said still I must erge you to understand this basic fundamentalist christian understanding that we are all sinners!! Even when we are born. The sin that Adam commited is carried down through all his generations. Therefor no one is innocent.

God did not create evil. Even though God has control over everything, God did not make lucifer's rebellion against him. It does not seem logical but that's because we can't understand it. God actions are not limited to our comprehension. A contradiction to us is comprehension to him.

redstang281, EvC Forum 55 Comments [4/3/2009 4:57:35 AM]
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Quote# 61101

My Bible is accurate since it sure as hell isn't a cheap one.

Cydoc, Utopia Temple Forums 89 Comments [4/2/2009 6:17:01 PM]
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Submitted By: Tiny Jeebus

Quote# 61081

Atheists and their organizations interpret the First Amendment ‘their way’! Based on the verbiage in the First Amendment, they interpret it to mean that the use of the Bible, God, or Jesus Christ in any government function is the ‘establishment of a religion’. How wrong they are! But it serves their godless needs.

Saying a prayer at a public meeting, in school or on the Court House Lawn does not "establish" a religion or promote one religion over the other, it is simply the exercise of "A" religion, free speech, and peaceable assembly; all covered and guaranteed by the First Amendment.

The First Amendment does not chide the government in advance from establishing a religion as many would have you believe, because they did not need to be scolded in advance. America was already founded by people who were of similar beliefs in just who the boss was/is, and they knew it was not them, they knew it was God! Our Forefathers were not stupid and they knew what they were doing. If they were fearful of the government starting their own religion, they would have worded the First Amendment in a completely different manner.

What the First Amendment says when interpreted correctly is that; lets say that I want to start a new religion called “Online Worship”, perhaps it’s not even a Christ based religion. The government is not allowed to prohibit me from doing so. This clause kept the government from favoring one religion over another, i.e., Presbyterian over Baptist, or a new religion over an old mainstream religion. Additionally, the government is also prohibited under the First Amendment from keeping me from the ‘free exercise’ of my new religion in the public square, or anywhere else. This would include prayer, the Bible, the use of the name Jesus Christ, God and the reading of any scripture.

Jake Jones, the Evangelical Examiner, How atheists misuse the first amendment 51 Comments [4/2/2009 3:27:50 PM]
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Submitted By: emau99

Quote# 61091

O.K. now this is weird, but do any of you remember, growing up, when you're mother may have told you to make sure you changed you're underwear in case you were in an accident? Well, for the last few weeks, I make sure that I am not wearing holey undergarments because when the rapture takes place, everything we are wearing is left behind. (I don't have alot of money for new clothes!) I know it's goofy, but anyway, it's been on my mind. Like I said, weird huh?

His4Ever, Rapture Ready 66 Comments [4/2/2009 12:50:41 PM]
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Submitted By: Steve

Quote# 61072

Here's what I've learned from my sources.

Both Satan and Christ have incarnated on Earth a while ago. The rule
of Hell is left to Satan's son, Santanas. Who I have had the displeasure
of meeting personally in his lair, the 5th circle of Hell. He tortured my
soul.. for what seemed ages, before I was rescued. Luckily the memory
of the actual pain that was caused to me, was erased from my mind. I
was returned to my body after my rescuers broke the chains that held

However, the Christ that has incarnated on Earth, is not the same Jesus
Christ from 2000 years ago, it is a different soul, but with the same
strength, the same abilities and probably even more.. because the battle
that is going to be fought in 2012, between the Christ and His forces, and
Satan and His forces, will be unlike anything this planet has ever seen.

Wehali, Above Top Secret 104 Comments [4/2/2009 12:38:02 PM]
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Submitted By: ausador

Quote# 61084

That said, in general the way I approach "Is X occultic?" questions is, if you are the only concious entity involved, it isn't occultic, but if other conscious entities are involved (that aren't other alive human beings) then it is occultic.

The one exception being praying to God of course...

Rapture Dave, Rapture Ready 57 Comments [4/2/2009 11:44:44 AM]
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Submitted By: Shrike

Quote# 61065

(CNN) -- A Maryland woman involved with a group described as a religious cult pleaded guilty in the starvation death of her son, but insisted that the charges be dropped when he is resurrected.

The condition was made a part of Ria Ramkissoon's plea agreement, officials said. She entered the plea Monday in Baltimore, Maryland, to a first-degree felony count of child abuse resulting in death, her attorney, Steven Silverman, said Tuesday.

Ramkissoon, a member of a group called One Mind Ministries, believes Javon Thompson, her year-old son, will rise again, and as part of her plea agreement, authorities agreed to the clause.

Ria Ramkissoon, CNN 130 Comments [4/1/2009 9:19:09 AM]
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Submitted By: Crazianity

Quote# 61064

(Talking about causes and ways to cure the evil habit of masturbation)

Remedy for Masturbation

The anathema of masturbation is very common among young and adolescent boys. One reason for this habit is the unrestricted movement of women on the streets, in the market places and at recreation centres. Women go about in tight-fitting and revealing garments, unmindful of the presence of men.

Unknown, Green Is My Color, Islam Is My Peace 88 Comments [4/1/2009 8:52:42 AM]
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Submitted By: Steve

Quote# 61056

I received this message from E. D. on Facebook:

A story for you, because you inspired me to it.

I work in a call center for prescription meds. A woman called thinking we were her health care, and she asked if abortions are covered.

I didn't tell her we were not the right company, I just said, "I'll take your baby."

She said, "What?"

"I'll take your baby and adopt it for my own, please don't kill your daughter."

She got mad and said,"Lady, I don't need no preachin'. Just give me the information."

So I said, "Well, you'll have to call a different number," and then I gave her the number of the local Care Net crisis pregnancy center.

I figure if Rahab was honored for lying to save the Israelite spies in Jericho, then I can take liberties with the truth to save a life, too.

E. D. is right. Throughout the Bible people were blessed for lying if to save lies. There was the aforementioned Rahab; there were the Israelite midwives; there was Jonathan and Michal who lied to their father and king, Saul, to save David's life; and there were the wise men, who God Himself told to disobey King Herod and leave town without saying where baby Jesus was.

Jill Stanek & E.D., www.JillStanek.com 59 Comments [4/1/2009 8:45:57 AM]
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Submitted By: Hellboy

Quote# 61057

San Francisco Values Democrat Ellen Tauscher (CA) has introduced H.R. 1283, the “Military Readiness Enhancement Act Of 2009.” She already has 136 co-sponsors.

Her misnamed bill should be called the “Legalization Of Sodomy On The Battlefield And Barracks Act” to more accurately describe what the legislation will legalize.

...Imagine the impact that the rampant spread of STDs, including HIV would have on the military? How will the military handle the spread of these diseases in the barracks? How will the military handle sodomy in battlefield situations?

Imagine the impact that sexual favoritism would have in subverting military cohesion? A homosexual Sergeant who was in love with a member of his company, could protect his lover from battle – or send a straight soldier into harm’s way just to punish him for having the wrong attitudes about homosexuality. Straight soldiers could be denied promotion by militant gay officers. The military chain of command would be undermined.

...In addition to the coming persecution of straight soldiers, what about the unrestrained drug and sex antics committed by young male homosexuals? Homosexual sex is consistently related to drug use, including crystal meth and other sexually-stimulating drugs. What sort of chaos will be caused in the military by bare-backing parties and other forms of homosexual orgies?

There is also an effort by the White House and Congress to legitimate drag queens/transgenders in the military, too. The normalization of these behaviors are in many bills being pushed through Congress. This will impact the military as well.

The passage of H.R. 1283 is a recipe for disaster in the military – and our national security will be jeopardized by permitting homosexuals, drag queens and others with bizarre sex habits to serve openly in the Armed Forces.

Lou Sheldon, Traditional Values Coalition 95 Comments [4/1/2009 1:33:52 AM]
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Submitted By: Damned at Random

Quote# 61050

[re: Earth Hour, part II]

Ran tv, fan, light, closet light, and my doggie passed a lot of gas at 8:00 saturday. Plus I stayed on the phone with my sister for 5 hours - having to continually go on and off charger. Her son just died, so I figured we would use up what he can't use up now. Grieving in a lighted room? You betcha!!!

giatia, RR 81 Comments [4/1/2009 1:32:36 AM]
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Submitted By: demodocos
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