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Quote# 75940

[Re: Stephen Hawking's statement that God is not necessary to explain the origin of the universe.]

And then he wonders why he's in a wheelchair and can't walk!!!

Chubacabara, Yahoo! Comments 108 Comments [9/10/2010 3:55:41 PM]
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Submitted By: Ali
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Quote# 75938

(Comment on Stephen Hawking's "God did not create the universe" headline)

What do atheists think about the miraculous events described in the New Testament ? If they read those accounts carefully they will discover tiny details such as would be found in courtroom evidence supporting a case. If the New Testament story had been made up no-one would believe it.

Peter Bannister, The Times Online 83 Comments [9/10/2010 7:13:45 AM]
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Submitted By: Forkie
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Quote# 75936

(Three choice quotes from church-shooter James Adkisson's manifesto)

Know this if nothing else: This was a hate crime. I hate the damn left-wing liberals. There is a vast left-wing conspiracy in this country & these liberals are working together to attack every decent & honorable institution in the nation, trying to turn this country into a communist state. Shame on them....

...

"This was a symbolic killing. Who I wanted to kill was every Democrat in the Senate & House, the 100 people in Bernard Goldberg's book. I'd like to kill everyone in the mainstream media. But I know those people were inaccessible to me. I couldn't get to the generals & high ranking officers of the Marxist movement so I went after the foot soldiers, the chickenshit liberals that vote in these traitorous people. Someone had to get the ball rolling. I volunteered. I hope others do the same. It's the only way we can rid America of this cancerous pestilence."

...

"I thought I'd do something good for this Country Kill Democrats til the cops kill me....Liberals are a pest like termites. Millions of them Each little bite contributes to the downfall of this great nation. The only way we can rid ourselves of this evil is to kill them in the streets. Kill them where they gather. I'd like to encourage other like minded people to do what I've done. If life aint worth living anymore don't just kill yourself. do something for your Country before you go. Go Kill Liberals.

James Adkisson, Crooks and Liars 63 Comments [9/9/2010 3:26:52 AM]
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Quote# 75926

(In response to the announcement that Stephen Hawking finds the idea of a Creator redundant)

Just 3 questions:

1) Who invented gravity?

2) Do you really find it easier to believe we all came from 1 organism and just happened to mutant into the most incredibile life form on Earth?

3) Why are life form not mutating stil?


Sallyjo01 , Yahoo answers 90 Comments [9/9/2010 3:24:25 AM]
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Submitted By: Anthony B
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Quote# 75924

Those who imagine that the history of the nonsense that is evolution goes back only 150 years are mistaken. The evolution deception is the worst in the history of mankind, and its roots go back to Egyptian and Sumerian times with a history dating back thousands of years. Pharaoh, the most heretical and oldest representative of Darwinist philosophy, was a materialist who believed that all living things came into being by chance from the muddy waters of the Nile.

The essential philosophy of the theory of evolution has been based on the same distorted conception ever since ancient Egypt. Darwinists in those days who adopted chance as their false god and those alive today all worship the same false deity. The Darwinists who once believed that life emerged from the muddy waters of the River Nile today claim that the first living cell came into existence out of muddy clay. Although the proofs of Creation were just as explicit and clear in those days, too, Pharaoh waged a ruthless campaign against them, and that same state of affairs still applies today. Today, 250 million fossils proving Creation are on open display to all. But just as in the time of Pharaoh, that same Darwinist mindset opposes the scientific facts with a terrible rage and anger.

In ancient Egypt, the Prophet Musa (as) opposed Darwinism, the most heretical and superstitious religion in the history of mankind, with great and definitive proofs of Creation. Under Allah’s command, the Prophet Musa (as) cast his staff down onto the ground before the eyes of Pharaoh and his men. Through the great might of Allah it straight away turned into a snake and swallowed up all the false evidence of Pharaoh and his men. THROUGH THE WILL OF ALLAH, A WOODEN STAFF TURNED INTO A MOVING, EATING AND FLAWLESS SERPENT. This extraordinary evidence took place before the eyes of Pharaoh and his men, and was created to be undeniably magnificent. Yet Pharaoh’s denial, despite this explicit proof, shows the scale of the disaster to which the Darwinist mindset leads.

Harun Yahya, Harun Yahya - An Invitation to the Truth 82 Comments [9/9/2010 3:23:34 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 75894

I felt as if the world were in a haze, that was the day after Obama got elected. I knew then we were living on borrowed time, today was the end of the USA, welcome USSA. For Millions of Americans, their freedoms have been seized and dismembered as of today, they just do not know it…..yet. But they will, and it is too late to do anything about it. Soon there will be a requirement to be ID chipped, oh, it will be sold as something good, but it will be the branding of a slave, only this brand will enable the person to be tracked.
Some will wonder, “Why is the military allowing our country to be taken over by communists?” Why? Because they are in on it. A tracked population can be controlled.
How can they track? Heard about those new “hardened” computer systems? Heard about the new GPS satellites? It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure this stuff out!
But it doesn’t matter, you see, it was predicted 2000 years ago what would happen. We are right on track.

livingfortruth, Red State 97 Comments [9/8/2010 3:28:57 AM]
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Quote# 75871


Homos are guilty of more than a mere sin, they are guilty of a capital crime. (Leviticus 20:13; Romans 1:26-32). Being a homo isn't merely about a perverted sexual act. Homos erode the very fabric of the whole of society, both morally and socially via issues including but not limited to the spread of various diseases, child molestation, drug use, domestic violence, adultery, murder and suicide.

As such, Christians should not treat homos as though they've stolen a grape from the grocery store, or used a curse word in mixed company. They should be treated essentially the same way one would expect to treat a rapist or murderer.

In short, Christians should approach issues of moral crimes with the following three pronged approach.

1. Advocate the re-criminalization of such crimes as adultery and homosexuality and that such crimes should be punishable by death.

2. Impose, as much as possible, a social stigma to these behaviors.

3. Encourage repentance of individual offenders.
The order of those three points is intentional. Point one effects an entire society, point two effects the immediate circle of influence of those imposing the social stigma (usually at most a neighborhood or town) and point three effects single individuals.

Clete, Theology Online 83 Comments [9/7/2010 6:03:38 AM]
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Quote# 75862

I was just reading the projected path of Hurricane Earl. It looks as though it will hit Washington D.C. this week. Notice that Obama is suppose to meet with Abbas/Bibbi tomorrow.

I think our father is sending a clear message!!!!!

FathersChild, RaptureReady 84 Comments [9/7/2010 6:01:44 AM]
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Quote# 75853

Atheist doctor: I think it is time we ended your life now.

Patient: Doctor, I have no health insurance. If I die now, I will never be able to pay you back.

Atheist doctor: Well, upon further deliberation, I think you should fight this condition with every fibre of your being. And if I were you, I would also call my friends and family and ask if they would loan me some money.

Conservapedia, Conservapedia 82 Comments [9/7/2010 6:00:21 AM]
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Submitted By: Anedac
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Quote# 75841

[Obama admits he doesn't know what happens when we die, where the soul resides, or what existed before the Big Bang.]

This is an answer that no Christian could possibly give. It’s an answer that could only be given by someone who does not believe in Christ, his mission, and his teaching. It’s an answer an agnostic could give, an answer an atheist could give, or an answer a spiritual inquirer could give. It’s even an answer a Muslim could give since a Muslim can’t know he’s going to paradise unless he blows up some infidels. But this is not an answer a Christian could give.

Bryan Fischer, Rightly Concerned 64 Comments [9/7/2010 5:52:38 AM]
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Quote# 75830

Essay: Quantifying Vulnerability to Atheism

We quantify intelligence, health, athletic skills and even musical talent. But more important than those, especially for teenagers, is the vulnerability to atheism. A simply test can quantify one's vulnerability to atheism:

1. Do you frame arguments in terms of what is best for you, as opposed to others?
2. Do you spend more time thinking about yourself than volunteering for others?
3. Do you deny equal time to the Bible?
4. Do you oppose allowing classroom prayer even when everyone in the classroom wants to pray together?
5. Do you think atheists have achieved more intellectually than non-atheists?
(add more)

If your score (or the score of a loved one) is "yes" on more than half of the questions, then you (or a loved one) is highly vulnerable to atheism. Beware of the depression and anxiety that typically follows.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia 59 Comments [9/7/2010 5:51:30 AM]
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Submitted By: Night Jaguar
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Quote# 75827

By sharia law, obama is a muslim because his father was one. This is how you tell if he is muslim or not. If he is as claimed a christian, then by sharia law he is an apostate, and the punishment for that is death. Since there is not one cleric issuing fatwas for his death, then that would imply that he is not an apostate

dsrtsage, Free Republic 49 Comments [9/7/2010 5:51:20 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 75825

My view used to be more moderate - that is, I didn't really think Muslims shouldn't be allowed to live in this country or participate in politics - but almost five years of watching their behavior since 9/11 has made me wonder why we permit them to enter our country even to study. Islam is an insane death cult that wants to drag us all back to the 7th century, it has always been a backwards and insane death cult (even in the 8th century!), and all Muslims are essentially primed and ready to become vicious killers as soon as they get the signal.

This has nothing to do with their countries or where they come from; it's the insane death cult they belong to that makes them incapable of living with the rest of us. Remember, "jihad" is part of their religion and their scriptures, not just something alleged radicals dreamed up. Islam has been this way for 1400 years and it will be this way until it is wiped off the face of the earth in the final battle.

I'd be perfectly happy to see Muslims expelled from this country, and I suspect it will have to happen someday. But instead we have a growing fifth column here, aided and abetted by the left, and I do not feel even remotely optimistic about it.

livius, Free Republic 49 Comments [9/7/2010 5:42:57 AM]
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Quote# 75817

(42% of Americans say Islam is not more violent than other faiths)
I believe the Survey is rigged
Because when we watch TV we are not hearing on a daily basis:
Today radical Zionists blew up a child care.
Conservative Christians kill 50 on Army base
Hare Krishnas scalped elderly in nursing home
Buddhists car bombed local schools

What Religion does all these things and is always in the news????????? Put on your thinking caps the answer is a hard one to figure
The religion is ISLAM the religion of piece(s)

waiting1, RR 71 Comments [9/5/2010 11:33:50 PM]
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Submitted By: Amber
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Quote# 75807

Because the storm that is coming is not just an American storm, it's a human storm. It's a global storm. And who is it that always runs in at the end to save them? It is always the American. But we are not prepared to be those people yet. We must go to God boot camp and we can straighten our own lives up so we can help people out in the rest of the world and guide them down the stairs and out of the building, into safety.

[applause]

If we can say this to each other: "And with firm reliance on divine providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor" we will then know that God is not on our side, rather we have put our life in shape so we know we will be on God's side.
[Emphasis added]

Glenn Beck, Media Matters 73 Comments [9/5/2010 11:33:38 PM]
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Quote# 75814

This generation has a hunger for perversion. What was perversion just a few years ago, is now "normal". What was "hiding" in the closet is now "parading" in our streets. Perversion has found a welcome home - from the living room, to the White House; from our churches - to even the word of God!

Our friend Webster, defines "pervert" as 1. to cause to turn aside or away from what is good or true... 2. to twist the meaning or sense of: misinterpret (Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary, 1977, p.856).

A perfect definition of The New International Version (NIV): "to cause to turn aside or away from what is good or true" and "to twist the meaning or sense of". If you doubt that, before you start reading this tract - get the NIV and check it as you read this tract!

Kimmie, Adventures in Raising Girls 44 Comments [9/5/2010 8:34:50 PM]
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Quote# 75809

It is also de rigueur amongst the ranks of the politically correct to claim that the proposed location of the Cordoba mosque is not part of Ground Zero, indeed the ludicrous Keith Olbermann recently dedicated one of his toe curlingly embarrassing soliloquies to this claim. However, if not an outright lie, to make this dubious assertion requires the application of a significant economy to the truth. In fact the two buildings at 45–47 Park Place and Broadway, which will be demolished in order to build the Cordoba (or Park 51) Mosque were damaged by part of one of the planes during the attack on the World Trade Centre, but did not fall.

It will, therefore, be necessary to destroy buildings which survived the Islamic attack on them in order to build a monument to Islam. Some would argue that the deliberate symbolism of that act is even more malevolent.

Once again, of course, it is necessary to ignore the uncomfortable facts which do not fit the lies of political correctness.

Sarah Maid of Albion, Sarah Maid of Albion 45 Comments [9/5/2010 8:33:42 PM]
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Quote# 75816

The last few years homosexuality and sexual perversion have "exploded" into the mainstream. Legislation is now pending making same-sex marriages legal. Books such as Heather Has Two Mommies and Daddy's Roommate, promoting homosexuality, are in our schools. According to The Washington Post, bisexuality and homosexuality, are the "in thing" in our public schools. And even churches are now welcoming homosexuals and are even ordaining them in the ministr

Kimmie, Adventures in Raising Girls 63 Comments [9/5/2010 7:56:33 PM]
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Quote# 75813

(on teaching kids to read)

When they read we must have discernment. I just finished reading the 1996 book, Disney and the Bible. On page 145 it discusses how The Lion King teaches Buddhism. The author uses only King James Bible Scriptures. The Marketing of Evil
(2005) is another book where the author uses only KJV Scriptures.

Taryn , ARE THEY ALL YOURS?!?? 44 Comments [9/5/2010 7:52:37 PM]
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Quote# 75803

Look at it this way, the people that conquered this land use the sword and gun to subjagate the Native populations, this method was an engine of the devil, this is the negative part. What made it positive it bought Christianity to Native Americans. Slavery for Black people is a stain on the honor and integrity of the U.S.A. but it's redeeming value was that primitive Black people were exposed to the Truth and many became Christians, remember Islam enslaved them. Now the beneficiaries were the subsequent generations of this nation, compare the opportunies and standard of life that Americans of African decent have to pure Africans. Remember also that Indians had to survive in an ever progressive country, they had not the vision of the future or they would have bowed down and the U.S. government only kept a promise to the benefit of itself and this was called progress.But to grasp the importance of this is to see what this world is about.

Don, Yahoo! Answers 47 Comments [9/5/2010 7:35:41 PM]
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Quote# 75815

I'm following along with a topic my friend brought up today about the NIV. The NIV is said to be the most sold/read bible version.

I'm urging all of my Born Again Christian friends to read this post. If after you have read this, you are appalled at being lied to by Satan.

If you will promise to burn, shred or destroy your NIV per-Version (send me pictures, maybe) I'll send you a King James Bible. Yes I will. But you must get rid of your NIV. I have 3 brand new King James Bibles sitting on my table as we speak and they are ready to belong to you. Send me a message and I will get you your new TRUE WORD OF GOD Bible.

Kimmie, Adventures in Raising Girls 65 Comments [9/5/2010 7:22:03 PM]
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Quote# 75810

I’m saying that everything that is evil is a distortion of what is good. The slavery that God initiated is not at all evil; your only argument that it’s evil is that Europeans twisted it for their selfish gain to exploit Africans. Is sex bad because people do it in the wrong way (outside of marriage or homosexually)? Is marriage evil because people get divorced? Absolutely not. Equivocating old testament Hebrew slavery to “New World” slavery is like saying marriage and gay marriage are the same. They are fundementally different even though one may have evolved from the other. (emphasis added)

Matt Salmon, Tough Questions Answered 48 Comments [9/5/2010 7:17:05 PM]
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Submitted By: Robert
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Quote# 75801

As an American Indian I am so blessed that God took this country and set it up to promote freedom of religion. Otherwise our people would still be doing rain dances etc to try to apease the Gods. There was a lot of suffering and disgrace the way the people were treated, but there was a lot of false beliefs too. We had many men of God that wrote the constitution and bill of rights etc that were purposed to a righteoous cause.

Alyssa Miller, NOM facebook page 100 Comments [9/4/2010 9:47:09 AM]
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Submitted By: Corbin
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Quote# 75796

Even the British can see how much of an insult the Victory Mosque is. Can you really be so obtuse as to miss so much deliberate symbolism? What will it take for you to understand their intentions, the builders renaming it that "Death to America Community Center?" Hell, you'd probably STILL defend it in the name of "tolerance". Probably because you DO know what it means, and you LOVE it. This isn't just any Mosque, though the "Religion of Peace (tm)" has such a horrible track record that if it didn't hide behind prayers it would have been eradicated long ago like the tyrannical cancer it was. This mosque is:

*Named after the Muslim conquest of Cordova.
*Situated as close to Ground Zero as they could possibly get, you will even be able to see the hole in the ground from the windows, and you sure as hell will be able to hear the call to prayer from the site.
*Opening on the anniversary of 9/11.

What more do you need, a giant sign saying "FUCK YOU"?

I've got an analogy for you, let's say some far-right Christian group theoretically blew up some really important muslim place, nuked Mecca or something, and (very uncharacteristically I might add, as in this would never happen) Christians around the world danced in the streets and fired AK-47s into the air when they heard the news. Then, they came over to the crater, and said that they were going to build a big, multi-million dollar Catholic cathedral, with huge stained glass windows, a ridiculously tall bell tower, the works, within viewing distance, and close enough that anyone attending the memorial would hear church bells ringing every Sunday. To top it all off, they set the grand opening on the anniversary of the the Mecca's destruction, so they'll be singing hymns and ringing the bell all day. What do you think of that? If you find my example horribly insensitive, then why do you defend the Victory Mosque?

FreedomFox, Moonbattery 67 Comments [9/4/2010 9:46:49 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 75793

This whole over turning of Prop 8 thing...

Does this make it official that it's no longer a democracy or was that an obvious a long time ago?

It's all very, very sad. And the knowledge that such sin, as with any sin, will cause them to burn in hell for all eternity only makes it sadder.

The parade is heart wrenching, like mindless livestock headed to the slaughter. You just want to call them back! But they don't listen, they think because the way feels united and strong, it must be good. They're so pleased, as if they affect or change truth, as if they won't really burn in hell because the way is favorable now. They could, and might win every political battle, but they still lose.

Ugh, pro-gay think what makes us sick is some fear. That's not it, nobody's scared of a fool in bondage. What's sickening more than the sin, is the lost soul, that we, through whoever we may be connected to, have failed in some way to convey how wonderful God is. So much so that they choose rather tortuous spirits.

MellowYellow, Godplace 58 Comments [9/4/2010 9:46:32 AM]
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