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Quote# 77309

I know that when the Rapture happens,their will be ALOT more than 4 million people who are gone.

Boy,I sure hope our Lord let's us catch a glimps of what the reaction will be from people like this after they see that millions,maybe billions of people have disappeared.

ByFaithIFly, Rapture Ready 82 Comments [11/6/2010 1:32:01 PM]
Fundie Index: 64

Quote# 77305

[In response to the question "America, Do You REALLY Want A Theocracy?"]

Yes! All “theocracy” means is Godly-rule — certainly preferable to the bastards we have ruling us now.

John Lofton, FreakOutNation 75 Comments [11/6/2010 4:46:47 AM]
Fundie Index: 105
Submitted By: dionysus

Quote# 77295

Are we, even now, getting a glimpse into the prophetic future when God will cause all those who receive the mark of the beast to be tormented by noisome and grievous sores as a result of it? I don't know nor do I pretend to, but it's a definite possibility. As I've documented on numerous occasions in the past, there is a developing market for the use of these microchip implants in human beings. Now, seemingly in perfect keeping with bible prophecy if the RFID microchip implant is to be the mark of the beast in the future, we're seeing the argument made in court that these devices may hold the potential to cause "noisome" and "grievous" sores on implantees.

I can't make this stuff up. Stay tuned.

Michael G. Mickey, Rapture Alert 45 Comments [11/6/2010 4:40:22 AM]
Fundie Index: 49
Submitted By: Grigori Yefimovich

Quote# 77293

[On homosexuals]

They are described in Genesis 19 as violent, vicious, depraved and unreasoning (where they can get away with it), with only the KJB telling the truth about the child-molester association in Genesis 18:20. The new bibles all cover up for the paedophiles.

They have not changed in 4,000 years of recorded history and as one KJB Baptist pastor in the US said some years ago, their lives are as filthy as a backed-up sewer and an abhorrence to 95%+ of the population in any country.

The original sodomites were Hamites, btw, which has non-pc racial implications as well.

alanorei, 21st Century British Nationalism 49 Comments [11/6/2010 4:39:09 AM]
Fundie Index: 79

Quote# 77289

State funding of artificial contraception in the form of condoms (which the left defends absolutely), is really funding AIDS. The Pope is right -- pushing the use of condoms spreads AIDS more effectively than anything yet tried.

If the left had any intellectual honesty or common sense, they'd have to admit that they are truly funding global AIDS and wasting loads money in their wrong-headed (but oh-so compassionate) effort to "cure" it. Just as there is a direct, organic link between artificial birth control and abortion (do the math -- birth control causes abortion), there is a direct link between the use condoms and the spread of AIDS. Since the US funds population control in African nations, it is funding AIDS.

lvb-rocks, Moonbattery 92 Comments [11/5/2010 5:25:08 AM]
Fundie Index: 195
Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 77287

The left doesn't care about science. Science is a roadblock to the black genocide has been going on since 1973. The left just wants to continue with the average of 1,900 black babies being aborted every day in the United States.

Suck on that, Kanye!

nohammernosickl, Moonbattery 53 Comments [11/5/2010 5:23:48 AM]
Fundie Index: 98
Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 77284

We're hardly worried that we're against "half" the population when it's a "third" at best, and that only because of intense indoctrination at the hands of the teachers' unions and the leftstream media.

The fact is, the hardcore left is trying to implement policies that are inimical to our very existence, never mind just our interests. You can't compromise with cancer, and you can't compromise with communists. We do not seek to compromise with these psychopaths, and we do not welcome their offers of compromise. It's time for the adults to be in charge.

Name calling works both ways. We've been called all sorts of things by people who then show themselves to be contemptible, so we have no compunction calling them names in turn. For me, the terms "leftards" and "rats" are extremely polite compared to what I think of them. I would pound them into a bloody pulp if that wouldn't be improper. I think they deserve it for what they've done, and they're lucky I'm so polite.

Mr Evilwrench, Moonbattery 45 Comments [11/5/2010 5:20:30 AM]
Fundie Index: 89
Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 77278

[Re: "Glen Beck scared the nation and creates fear and this was just trying to balance it out."]

The really scary thing is that there are people who believe this. They are so incapable of rational thought and so leftist extremist, that a poor modrate liberal like Glen Beck (called an extreme rightwinger in leftist speak) is vilified as a hater. There is really no hope for them. But they are an extreme danger to civilisation and must be politically quarintined. I hope the Americans do that on Tuesday.

Keith_SA, Sarah Maid of Albion 62 Comments [11/5/2010 5:11:58 AM]
Fundie Index: 100

Quote# 77275

The Bible is the most exact "Holy Book" of any of the world's widely-practiced religions. The Qu'ran is mostly a collection of high-flying oratory; the writings of Buddha are a collection of essays on how to live ("Noble Eightfold Paths," etc.). But the Bible is, first and foremost, a Collection of annals, including genealogical annals (like the Annals of Adam and the Annals of Noah), royal annals (the Books of the Kings), and more specific historical documents (like the Annals of Shem, Ham, and Japheth, which include the Log of Noah's Ark). Contrary to Giberson's dismissal of them, these records make the most highly specific claims of historical events of any "holy book," and indeed closely rival contemporary "secular" histories in the specificity of the claims they make. And unlike those other records, the Bible is scrupulously honest about the causes of the rise, and fall, of the military and mercantile empire known initially as the United Kingdom of Israel and then as the Kingdom of Judah, as well as of the breakaway "Kingdom of Israel" to Judah's north.

Terry Hurlbut, Examiner.com 54 Comments [11/5/2010 5:06:08 AM]
Fundie Index: 57
Submitted By: Nitsua

Quote# 77269

I have a Facebook account only to be able to see photos of my grandson that my DIL will post. I have never posted on my FB account at all, as I don't like Facebook, I think it is the Devil's playground. I know it can be used as a witnessing tool, but i think it does more harm than good. Too many people have been hurt, the same with My Space and Twitter. People can post things as fast as they think them without filtering and with the way the world is today, so intolerant and hateful, it is dangerous.

Anyway,I looked at my DIL's Facebook today and she was high fiving Jon Stewart and saying "great job Jon"...blah blah!! Last week she was on the gay bandwagon and about how rotten the small minded people are that don't want gays together and for them to back off the gays and we are all bigots.

My son doesn't even know how to log on to FB, he doesn't do that stuff and he is very conservative. She was always moderate, but now she is going off the deep end. I don't think my son and DIL talk politics among themselves, he always says she doesn't keep up with things so he saves those conversations for our side of the family, his work friends and personal friends so I wonder if he knows how crazy liberal his wife is getting on FB.

I am upset, but all I can do is pray for her. My son is saved but he needs a strong Christian to encourage him, he has fallen away. Why he married a lapsed Catholic, I'll never know!!

HugsFromJesus, RaptureReady 58 Comments [11/5/2010 5:02:17 AM]
Fundie Index: 63

Quote# 77265

For the last 60 years Europe has shouted for the Jews to get out.
So God gave them Muslims instead.

turtle, RR 39 Comments [11/5/2010 5:01:09 AM]
Fundie Index: 33

Quote# 77211

My primary reason for being here is because I believe the Supreme Court should not be legislating from the bench. But I also believe that homosexuality is bad thing,” he said. “It used to be useful when we were cavemen and we needed people to guard the caves full of women and children. If I’m a guy out hunting, I want to leave someone back at the cave tending to my wife and kids, and I don’t want a normal guy having that kind of access to my wife and kids. So, in our evolution, you can see that there use to be a utility for homosexuality, but that was when we were cavemen and we aren’t cavemen anymore. So, homosexuality is obsolete.”

Randy Crawford, Right Wing Watch 75 Comments [11/4/2010 7:44:24 AM]
Fundie Index: 109
Submitted By: JohnTheAtheist

Quote# 77023

i think keith hit the nail on the head. i work with muslims and they are the most racist assholes ive ever seen. but its not viewed as racist unless i spew their bullshit back at them. im sick of political correctness. there is alot of good to be said of the 1950s. it was a simpler and more wholesome period. God was prominent in our culture. Now we have kicked God out and we are welcoming allah. im scared of how canada will look in 50 years. i believe we will be a muslim nation.

ghanji, Calgary Sun 56 Comments [11/4/2010 7:40:18 AM]
Fundie Index: 51
Submitted By: Sisyphus

Quote# 77263

[About Jon Stewart & Stephen Colbert's "Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear."]

This ” performance ” reminds me of an old fashioned minstrel show where white men dressed in black face to entertain crowds with sterotypical mockery of minorities. …Only in this case they are mocking patriotic conservative Glen Beck types. Our country is facing very serious issues and all theft has to offer is bigoted ridicule.

donh, Gateway Pundit 50 Comments [11/4/2010 3:53:09 AM]
Fundie Index: 65
Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 77258

To have sex with a non-Christian is to defile Christ. Scripture is emphatic that sex makes two people one. A born-again Christian is spiritually united to Christ and a non-Christian is spiritually united to the devil. To marry a non-Christian is therefore to try to make Christ one with the devil.

A spiritually mixed marriage is a hideous perversion. It is the profanity of trying to unite that which must never be united – trying to unite that which belongs to the Holy One to that which belongs to the Evil One; trying to make holiness (that’s what we are through our union with Jesus) one with evil (that’s the basic nature of the nicest non-Christian).

Grantley Morris, Choosing a Partner: Dating a Non-Christian 78 Comments [11/4/2010 3:48:18 AM]
Fundie Index: 120
Submitted By: WickedWitch

Quote# 77240

You don't get it, do you?

We're not Homo sapiens -- we're real men.

AV1611VET, Christian Forums 129 Comments [11/3/2010 5:09:52 AM]
Fundie Index: 198

Quote# 77233

An Alabama supreme court justice has compared the federal judge who ruled "don't ask, don't tell" unconstitutional to Al Qaeda, Think Progress reports.

"Liberal judges are at it again," Justice Tom Parker, a Tea Party candidate who was first elected to the court in 2004, said in a recent campaign ad.

"Recently, U.S. district judge Virginia Phillips ordered a worldwide injunction to overturn the 'don’t ask, don’t tell' policy on homosexuals serving in the military," he said. "With a stroke of a pen, this Clinton-appointed judge, who got her law degree at Berkeley, unilaterally made the biggest single change in military policy in American history. ... Most people believe that Al Qaeda is one of America’s biggest security threats. I think it’s time to add liberal activist judges like Judge Phillips to that list."

Tom Parker, http://advocate.com 59 Comments [11/3/2010 4:56:21 AM]
Fundie Index: 73
Submitted By: Aspergus

Quote# 77229

(In regards to a retired Bishop's remarks calling for the return of bible based curriculum in British public schools, and why he would make a better leader for the Church of England)

Such remarks illustrate once again why Nazir-Ali is the lost leader of the Church of England. At this critical juncture for the west, with its bedrock ethical values under such threat from both within and without, Nazir-Ali would have made a fitting Archbishop of Canterbury. Instead, he was effectively hounded out of Britain by the craven liberal Church establishment. Let’s not forget that the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has actually apologised for Christian involvement in the slave trade and for exporting Christianity to primitive societies.

Melanie Phillips, The Spectator 50 Comments [11/3/2010 4:53:15 AM]
Fundie Index: 46
Submitted By: Dr. Steve Brule

Quote# 77223

[High school student is outraged her school is offering a yoga class]

whatever happened to the so-called seperation of church/state that liberals complain about

christianity not welcome in the public schools, but hindu stuff like yoga is allowed...

billiefan2000, RaptureReady 87 Comments [11/2/2010 5:12:43 AM]
Fundie Index: 87
Submitted By: Nicole

Quote# 77218

[The Pope paid a brief visit to Scotland, which he charged the churchgoers £800,000 for]

I am sure that God will replenish the shortfall for all the good deeds done in our Popes visit.

Charles Linskaill, Scotsman.com 49 Comments [11/2/2010 5:08:34 AM]
Fundie Index: 31
Submitted By: TB Tabby

Insight into the Fundie Mind

Doctor Doom's hiring criteria

Quote# 77212

What amazes me is that the queers (they use the term) have the chutzpah to claim that they are being persecuted while this sick, degenerate culture caters to them in every possible way. It has reached the point that announcing publicly that one is a homosexual is a certain path to success.

"I'm sorry, sir, but based on your resume, you don't have the qualifications for that position."
"Did I tell you that I suck on penises?"
"No, you didn't. Well, now, let's just shred that resume and look over the great career opportunities that are open for you in the Obama administration."

A society that caters to perversion is doomed.

DoctorDoom, Free Conservatives 86 Comments [11/2/2010 5:06:07 AM]
Fundie Index: 113
Submitted By: physalis17

Quote# 77200

[In response to her opponent, Chris Coons, who said, "I believe that creationism is religious doctrine," (interrupted here by O'Donnell, insisting that the "theory" of intelligent design is different than creationism)... "Evolution is widely accepted, well-defended, scientific fact."

Wow, you've just proven how little you know, not just about Constitutional law, but about the theory of evolution, because the theory of evolution is not a fact, it is indeed a theory, but I'm saying that that theory, if local school districts want to give that theory equal creedence to intelligent design, it is their right. You are saying it is not their right. That is what has gotten our country into this position. It's the overreaching arm of the federal government, getting into the business of the local communities. The Supreme Court has always said it is up to the local communities to decide their standards. The reason we're in the mess we're in is because our so-called leaders in Washington no longer view the indispensable principles of our founding as truly that, indispensable.

[Shortly after...]

Where in the Constitution is the separation of church and state?

[Room full of laughter at that question. Later...]

So you're telling me that the separation of church and state, the phrase of, "Separation of church and state," is found in the 1st Amendment?

[More from Coons]

Let me just clarify. You're telling me that the separation of church and state is found in the 1st Amendment?

[Coons quotes the establishment clause]

That's in the 1st Amendment? *snicker*

[Room fills with laughter again]

Christine O'Donnell, Huffington Post 102 Comments [11/1/2010 3:16:01 AM]
Fundie Index: 131
Submitted By: Neith

Quote# 77197

Slavery is not an institution sanctioned by God. It was (and is) a reality and God, in His infinite wisdom and mercy set about to regulate an enduring practice. If slave owners practiced consistently what God had prescribed, slavery could have become an equitable and humane arrangement for the impoverished. It sounds an absurd notion to us, but slavery had the divine potential to become a brilliant redemptive tool for the indigent.

compassiondave, Jesus and Compassion 91 Comments [11/1/2010 3:11:25 AM]
Fundie Index: 127
Submitted By: Robert

Quote# 77190

I've wondered how soon the persecution would ramp up in Egypt. I've noticed reports a while ago about the rising tide of Islamic fervor and anti-Christian rumblings in Egypt.

Not surprising either that Islamic idealists would deliberately spread lies about Christian activities in the region.

Praying for our brothers and sisters in Egypt!!

mary rae, Rapture Ready 42 Comments [11/1/2010 3:08:05 AM]
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Submitted By: Tiger
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