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Quote# 74529

[Lieberman's settlement bars Russian-Israeli families from buying homes]

"The biggest problem is that if you accept 10 families in which the mother isn't Jewish, then soon there will be 30 children, and tomorrow your son could fall in love with the good-looking girl next door. It's a real problem," Heiman said.

"It's difficult enough with the dozens of terrorists who enter each morning," added Nokdim resident Amit Gruen, in apparent reference to Palestinians employed in home construction in the settlement.

"We have to separate ourselves from the gentiles in commerce and everything else - particularly when it comes to living with them. It could lead to assimilation or idol worship; it opens the door to all kinds of trouble. They might lead us into committing offenses that Jews normally don't do, like idolatry and incest and all kinds of other perversions. That's why we have no place for them here," he said.

Yossi Heiman, haaretz.com 64 Comments [7/21/2010 10:44:48 AM]
Fundie Index: 86
Submitted By: ixolite

Quote# 74571

Skeptics often claim, “The Bible is not a science textbook.” This, of course, is true—because science textbooks change every year, whereas the Bible is the unchanging Word of God — the God who cannot lie. Nevertheless, the Bible can be relied upon when it touches on every scientific issue, including ecology. It is the Bible that gives us the big picture. Within this big picture, we can build scientific models that help us explain how past events may have come about. Such models should be held to lightly, but the Scripture to which they refer is inerrant. That is to say future research may cast doubt on an actual model, without casting doubt on Scripture.

With this in mind, the question needs to be asked, “Is there a Bible-based model that we can use to help explain how animals might have migrated from where the Ark landed to where they live today?” The answer is yes.

Paul F. Taylor, Answers in Genesis 90 Comments [7/20/2010 8:29:15 PM]
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Submitted By: Giveitaday

Quote# 74555

The shape of a woman’s body should only be known by family members. The burka is the enemy of infidels who prefer the curves of a woman to the words of the Koran. Rarely does a shopper wearing a burka return from the market place carrying the seed of Satan rather than a basket of fruit.

polatnick, LA Times 87 Comments [7/20/2010 8:21:55 PM]
Fundie Index: 97

Quote# 74553

I read in the Star-Telegram that henceforth the YMCA would be renamed and identified as the "Y."
I have for some period of time been concerned about the silent and pernicious effects of secular humanism. These effects go beyond removing from the record any trace of Christianity. Most threatening is the fact that secular humanism will take from us God-given rights and substitute the governmental state as our creator and source of authority. It seems to me that renaming the YMCA is like building a mosque next to the 9-11 site. The only difference is subtlety.
Christians need to recognize that they are systematically being redirected to secular humanism and a totalitarian state.

Jerome R. Pikulinski, http://star-telegram.com 56 Comments [7/20/2010 8:10:52 PM]
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Quote# 74548

To me, liberals stand for tolerance.

Tolerance includes:
marriage between two men or two women
marriage between cousins/relatives
marriage between dogs/cats/animals and humans
marriage between adults and children
marriage with multiple partners
giving citizenship to all people who come here legally and illegally
open borders and amnesty

To me conservatives stand for limited tolerance.

Limited tolerance includes:
marriage between man and wife
giving citizenship only to people who come here legally, following our laws and being pro-American, swearing allegience to our country
closed borders and no amnesty

LucyJ, BBC - Mark Mardell's America: American Pessimism 74 Comments [7/20/2010 8:09:25 PM]
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Quote# 74542

"We will not tolerate your intolerance of our intolerance."

"If you can’t leave a comment without judging us for judging others then please find another blog to comment on that allows you to blatantly twist Scripture while you judge them."

"DefCon is a blog for Christians by Christians. We are here to defend the Christian faith. If you leave a comment with links to heretical, apostate websites, do not be surprised if the links are changed. We reserve the right to redirect readers to the Truth, not further errors."

The Pilgrim, Rules of Engagement 46 Comments [7/20/2010 8:07:08 PM]
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Submitted By: Jag

Quote# 74538

I don't think it is a coincidence that the most destructive hurricane to ever hit the U.S. first formed on the SAME DAY the U.S. forced the final Israeli out of the Gaza strip. God said He would bless them that bless Israel and curse him that curseth Israel and God keeps His promises.

Jao Thaun, Sotor Guild Forums 48 Comments [7/20/2010 8:04:39 PM]
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Submitted By: Darth Derriphan

Quote# 74526

Contrary to what many skeptics and radicals like Garofalo feel (they seldom ever think), Christianity is actually the most intelligent, rational religion or belief system one can possibly hold. And, prayer is a rational acknowledgement of the limited existence of human beings on this earth and the ever-present power and glory of the Divine Architect who created us all in His image.

Furthermore, throughout history, Christians have been among the most intelligent, kindest, and even most scientific, people who ever lived.

Dr. Ted Baehr, Movieguide.org 88 Comments [7/20/2010 7:56:25 AM]
Fundie Index: 94

Quote# 74572

When my boys were in public school, one little gay wanted to hug my son. In this school all the students were hugging each other, due to the fact that the school was being run by women and they forced the boys to hug each other. My boy told him to get lost, so the gay grabbed my son and hugged him. My boy punched him in the mouth. (I raise my boys good). Of course the girls running the school immediately kicked my son out. Even after my son said he was sexually assaulted. So I told my other son to do the same thing the gay did to his brother, to a girl there. Guess what. The feminazi kicked him out too. I homeschool my boys now. The poor boys who have to go to these schools need to protect themselves all they can against these predators who won't take no for an answer.

Jonathan, Advocate.com 124 Comments [7/19/2010 1:56:03 PM]
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Submitted By: Mathew

Quote# 74556

[an ID proponent's response when shown the Butler College "Clergy Letter Project", a document signed by 12,000+ Christian clergy and which states that Christianity can coexist with science in general, and evolution in particular.]

You've got to be kidding me with that excerpt from Butler Clergy. If that is for real, which I'll assume it is, then those "clergy" are just a bunch of liberals that have tried to pick and choose the parts of the Bible they want to believe, if any. To try to say that Christians hold that viewpoint is ridiculous.
July 13, 10:02 PM

Bryan G, Examiner.com 46 Comments [7/19/2010 1:28:39 PM]
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Submitted By: Nitsua

Quote# 74545

If you don't know this, you need to know this one thing: The Secretary of State in Missouri is the most anti-life, most obstructionist, most unpleasant, and one of the smartest people in public life in America right now.

She is very, very devious. She does -- with a, with a clever hand -- she does the devil's work [inaudible]. It is easy when you see someone who is a terribly unpleasant, you know, nasty, hateful person, you say, "Well the devil's got a hold of that person."

This woman, the devil, she's figured out how to really damage our efforts to do amendments to the Constitution, to do initiatives for other conservative, good government things. I mean, she will, she does everything for one thing in mind: politics of the left, and her own advancement.

And Robin Carnahan, you haven't heard the last of her, I assure you. She's going to be running for the United States Senate. And, you know, it's an amazing thing. But, we have sued her. And have put her on the spot. We've litigated against her. Some of it, to be candid, is nuisance. We're sort of tussled with her to try to keep her honest. To be candid, it doesn't work on her. Because she doesn't need to be honest, doesn't want to be honest. But we've done it.

Ed Martin (R- MO), Fired Up! Missouri 34 Comments [7/19/2010 1:26:40 PM]
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Submitted By: Stormwarden

Quote# 74512

It is disturbing to me that Gay Organization feel that all people should be excepting of their life style or comfortable around them. Just because they have chosen a gay life style doesn’t make it right or acceptable by everyone.

Does this mean men will be walking around switching engendering a feeling that the American Military is weak?

Here a question for Americans in favor of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, where in the constitution does it reads gay marriage is constitutional?

They would have never fathom that we are having this conflict and definitely gay marriage or a gay life style would have never been tolerated back then.

What one does in the privacy of their home is their business, SO, STOP PUSHING YOUR DISTORTED LIFE GAY STYLE DOWN OUR THROATS.


THIS COUNRTY HAS AWAYS BEEN STEEPED IN SPRITUAL FAITH NOT PERVERTION. I can’t be openly heterosexual at my work place.

We have gotten to the point where you can’t tell men from women

What if your child, say a girl goes out on a date with what she think is the opposite sex and it turns out to be a girl dressed like a boy…………

darkshaft, ABC News  73 Comments [7/19/2010 1:25:50 PM]
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Submitted By: Kris

Quote# 74502

(Regarding the Twilight: Eclipse Movie)

If vampires ever did or do exist, the translation of “vampire” for Christians is “demon.”

Is this what we want occupying our daughters hearts and minds, even in a fantasy world? Romantic obsession with a demonic presence?

The blood thing really should bother us for other reasons. We have an epidemic of cutting as a well-known adolescent pathology. I believe there are spiritual issues involved. These kinds of strange maladies look a lot like demonic activity.

We continue to hand our kids over to the mental environments of death. Unless we change course, they will see spiritual twilight indeed.

Linda Harvey, Mission: America 80 Comments [7/19/2010 1:25:11 PM]
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Submitted By: Danielle

Quote# 74491

Faith in God has been the foundation of the United States of America since Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, which refers to the "Creator" as the source of all our fundamental human rights and in which the Founders expressed their "firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence."

Rep. Randy Forbes of Virginia has authored the "In God We Trust" Resolution (H.Con.Res. 274), which reaffirms "In God We Trust" as our national motto and urges the motto to be publicly displayed "in all public buildings, public schools, and other government institutions."

This phrase was adopted in law as our official national motto in 1956, but has appeared on our coinage since 1865. In fact, the last piece of legislation Abraham Lincoln signed before his assassination authorized the use of "In God We Trust" on all coins minted in the United States.

The words "In God We Trust" appear over the entrance to the Senate Chamber and above the Speaker's rostrum in the House Chamber.

If these words are good enough for the chambers of Congress, good enough for all our coins and all our currency, and good enough to serve as our national motto, they are good enough to appear on the walls of every classroom in America.

Currently, 73 bipartisan members of Congress have signed on as co-sponsors of Rep. Forbes' resolution. If your representative is one of those 73, thank him today.

If your representative is not one of those 73, urge him to become a co-sponsor today. What possible reason could he have to oppose this?

We all recognize the need to return God to His proper place in our public life and especially in our system of public education. You can help return this nation to God by contacting your representative today!

Randy Forbes & the AFA, American Family Association 43 Comments [7/19/2010 1:24:41 PM]
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Submitted By: The Watcher

Quote# 74478

Fuck it. I will say this though; I respect religion and faith and it's role in human affairs because I know for a fact that people are willing to kill for it and to die for it. Compared to religious zealots, scientists are pussies.

salgadoce, Pharyngula 71 Comments [7/19/2010 1:24:23 PM]
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Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 74494

[In response to the successful flight of a solar powered plane]

Hot idea. I am a Theist. I believe that evil tries to derail us. God gave us oil — all the oil we will ever need. You can see is gushing forth on BP.com. I can’t drive my car on wind and I play golf in my golf cart but that damned thing is good for 30 miles max (at 15 mph) and will get me killed on an interstate. Drill Dammit Drill !!

mpeters, Free Republic 54 Comments [7/19/2010 7:02:50 AM]
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Quote# 74483

(re: Raoul Moat standoff with police in north of England)

The real trigger to these sad costly events is the behaviour by his mother and the provoking games from the ex girl friend who no doubt has been be using his kids as a meal ticket .

Its a getting a bit tiring with all this 'hell hath no fury like a womans scorn' rubbish. The Spice Girls mentality is really just a gimmic ladies. No one cares a jot 'what you really really want' other than what you can scrounge off the tax payer through having kids with delinquents.

A trip to Taliban country for a few irresponsible woman is in order. Maybe show you what side your bread's buttered and give the kids a chance of a mother that can behave.

GunBan, Daily Record 36 Comments [7/19/2010 6:50:42 AM]
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Quote# 74477

To deny the existence of anything or anyone is to assume the possibility of its existence in the first place. Therefore, you must believe that the God of the Bible exists.

Agabus, Hate Mail/NormalBobSmith.com 82 Comments [7/19/2010 6:49:09 AM]
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Submitted By: WickedWitch

Quote# 74472

Knowledge of our Declaration of Independence should be required of all schoolchildren. They should also be taught that many of the 56 men who signed it then paid for their courage with their lives and fortunes, and that's why we are able to enjoy our freedom and independence today.

It is dishonest for schools to ignore our nation's Judeo-Christian heritage. It is historical fact that our Founding Fathers were men of faith who took their Christian religion seriously, were well-schooled in the Bible, and believed that religion and morality are the foundation of good government.

Fortunately, the declaration is not subject to amendment or to whims and biases of supremacist judges who may claim it is a "living" Declaration that can be reinterpreted. It's important for Americans to be on guard against those who don't like our Declaration of Independence or are in denial about what it says.

The message of the Declaration of Independence is under attack from the ACLU and atheists because it refuted the lie about a constitutional mandate for "separation of church and state." Atheists have filed numerous lawsuits in the courts of activist judges to try to eliminate our right to acknowledge God in public places, in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag and in Ten Commandments monuments.

The atheists are trying to change American history, expunge all reference to religion from textbooks and make us a completely secular nation. History proves America was founded by religious men who believed that a divine Creator is basic to good government.

We get the impression that President Obama is embarrassed not only about references to God, but also by the concept of independence, which asserts our national sovereignty. He's more comfortable bowing to foreign dictators, declaring himself a "citizen of the world" and pledging to "rejoin the world community," as he did when speaking to cheering German socialists.

Phyllis Schlafly, Townhall.com 53 Comments [7/19/2010 6:47:00 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 74389

I really do not understand the psychological process that goes into the making of an abortion mill worker. To participate up close in the daily murder and dismemberment of children takes an extremely calloused soul. The very dregs of modernity raised on a culture of selfishness and death find their ways to the abortion mills. Some are there just for money being indifferent to the moral questions involved or the politics surrounding the issue of abortion. Many of these are mediocre mercenary doctors wanting to receive as much money as possible for performing a relatively simple procedure. Then there are the ideologue abortionists. They are the lowest common denominator of extreme egalitarianism, the off scouring of liberalism. These people hate life, and they see maternity as a disability, placed upon women by nature and used by men to keep women in subjection. They see themselves as liberators breaking the chains of patriarchal slavery.
Nothing is more demonstrative of the degenerate nature of American society than the portrayal of the abortionist Lyons as an heroic victim. Abortion is the vomitorium of modernity, and the abortionist is the attendant who helps the bloated partiers disgorge themselves so they can return to the rotten feast of materialism and self-indulgence. And here the celebrants lionize, their wounded attendant.

Eric Rudolph, Eric Rudolph's Homepage 43 Comments [7/19/2010 6:46:13 AM]
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Quote# 74471

*Fed. Gov. Must Recognize gay "marriage"*

et me guess, this nutjob judge was either appointed by a Democrat or he is a Democrat. It just makes me want to out when these left-leaning liberal lunatics quote the Constitution only when it suits them and seemingly supports their radical agenda, but they just disregard otherwise. This judge needs to be FIRED!

SummerSailing81, RR 50 Comments [7/18/2010 8:02:51 PM]
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Quote# 74468

["A North Carolina pastor was relieved of his duties as an honorary chaplain of the state house of representatives after he closed a prayer by invoking the name of Jesus."]

Why wouldn't they fire this pastor? After all, this country allowed the government to "fire" Jesus a long, long time ago. Why do you think the U.S. now has THE most radical, evil, godless, secular administration in its entire history? And it's only going to get worse if "we, the people" don't turn this country around by repenting of our sins and turning back to seeking God's wisdom in governing by high morals and character. Morals and character don't even exist in this present administration! Ask 0bama or Pelosi or Frank or Reid or any of the others what it means to have high morals and character and you'll get nothing but blank stares from them because they won't have a clue what you're talking about!

SummerSailing81, Rapture Ready 43 Comments [7/18/2010 8:02:32 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 74493

I'm proud that Texas (along with only Alaska) opted out of the federal curriculum-standard mandates, as the 10th Amendment to the Constitution prescribes for us. Texas refused to participate in order to keep control of what is taught at our public schools. We certainly don't need the federal government's help raising or educating our kids. That is what has allowed us to be independent and autonomous over our curriculum. For example, while federal courts have banned educational options like intelligent design in biology, many who are involved in the curricula decision-making process in the Lone Star State believe there is a place for it somewhere in academia, if even in classes on government. If God were good enough for our founders and Creator-language important enough to be in pivotal documents like the Declaration of Independence, then why can't our kids be educated about that Creator from at least their original documents?

Chuck Norris, World Net Daily 71 Comments [7/18/2010 1:41:14 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 74488

I’m sorry but this is totally wrong and should be illegal - those poor young impressionable girls.

I am into fishing, shooting, and boating and as you would expect my son is too, nothing wrong with that I hear you say, well?

Imaging two little girls with no daddy, imagine the abuse at school about having two mums, we all know how nasty children can be.

Imaging these two little girls seeing mummy and mummy kissing and cuddling in front of them, sick I know, but imaging how these two little girls will be affected by these unnatural acts.

These girls are bound to become conditioned to lesbianism, now what their mummy’s get up to is up to them but to implant the lesbian seed in their tiny minds is tantamount to child abuse in my opinion.

Our nation is based on decent heterosexual family values but lesbianism is a life style choice best not carried out in the first place but if so then behind closed doors. Vulnerable children must not be exposed to these practices.

Tom Linden, National Front 80 Comments [7/18/2010 7:17:00 AM]
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Quote# 74487

Most of the examples of circular reasoning used by evolutionists are of the fallacious begging-the-question variety—they are arbitrary. Consider the evolutionist who argues:

“The Bible cannot be correct because it says that stars were created in a single day; but we now know that it takes millions of years for stars to form.”

By assuming that stars form over millions of years, the critic has taken for granted that they were not supernaturally created. He has tacitly assumed the Bible is wrong in his attempt to argue that the Bible is wrong; he has begged the question.

Dr. Jason Lisle, answersingenesis.org 77 Comments [7/18/2010 7:16:10 AM]
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Submitted By: Tom S. Fox
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