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Quote# 79747

Again I say - the scheme here is to use the gay issue as pretense for destorying freedom of religion.

If the gay community get some kind of constitutional amendment, like 'It is now illegal to discriminate against gays in any way', then gays would take copies of that amendment and barge into temples and synagogues all over the country saying 'You HAVE to change your doctrine!'

Never mind that fact that most gays are atheists. They have to disbelieve in God or they'd never be able to rationalize their fornications and whoredoms. But for some reason, a lot of them still want to be 'married' by churches that told them gay is a sin. Why? Sour grapes. It's not enough for them to live in sin. They want to force every church in the country to embrace homosexuality, and force churches to change their doctrine at the point of a government bayonet.

On the plus side - when a conservative becomes President, he can just take that Gay amendment and say, "I'm not going to enforce this!" Thank you for showing that we can just refuse to obey laws we don't like - Barry-boy.

Slyrr, newsbusters.org 68 Comments [2/28/2011 4:30:17 AM]
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Quote# 79734

According to verse 15, the “covering” referred to is long hair. Therefore, according to this passage, it is a shame and dishonor to Christ for a man to have long hair. There is no place in the Bible that even insinuates that Jesus had long hair. Sodomite homosexuals such as Michelangelo painted Jesus to look effeminate and to have long hair in order to make him fit their own queer image.

These same type of paintings have also given people the idea that “Jesus did not wear pants.” Some have even made utterly ridiculous and bizarre statements such as, “pants had not been invented yet,” or “they didn’t have pants back then.” According to these “scholars,” the men of the past who built the pyramids and Stonehenge just hadn’t thought of pants yet!

What I believe is based upon the Bible, not “historical evidence,” but the historical record also proves that men in the ancient Middle East wore pants. For example, at the famous battle of Thermopylae (480BC), every historian reports that the Persian (Iranian) soldiers were wearing pants down to their ankles, while the homosexual, perverted Spartans were wearing short skirts or even less!

Steven L Anderson, Steven L Anderson 91 Comments [2/28/2011 4:18:50 AM]
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Quote# 79718

[Obama moves to end DOMA]

It is not just the Defense of Marriage but the immigration laws, the voter intimidation of white voters and a few I can't think of. What other laws are they not enforcing that we don't know about? Did we ever have a president who just decided to ignore the laws he didn't agree with? Are we living under a dictator?

Joseph the Carpenter, RR 64 Comments [2/27/2011 4:24:50 AM]
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Quote# 79701

Influential Evangelical: Mideast Uprisings Violate Biblical Command

But from a biblical perspective, MacArthur maintained that the protesters are in violation of the biblical command to "submit to the powers that be because they're ordained of God."

"I would have wished the American government, which has a history of Christianity, would have risen up and said 'this is wrong, this is forbidden for people to do this, this is intolerable," he said.

"I'm not saying Moammar Gadhafi is the best leader; I’m not saying that Mubarak is a great, benevolent and just leader, not when he’s got $70 billion in his own pockets at the expense of people," he clarified.

But, he stressed, believers are commanded to live orderly, peaceful lives, subjecting themselves to whatever the government would be.

John MacArthur, Christian Post 73 Comments [2/27/2011 4:17:50 AM]
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Quote# 79693

[In response to the New Zealand earthquake that killed dozens of people]

Start looking up!!!

TrustHIM, RR 188 Comments [2/26/2011 6:52:46 PM]
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Quote# 79685

(regarding the song "We Are the Champions," by Queen)


While the phrase is a perfect rally cry for victors in competition, such a matter had nothing to do with the writing of that song. It was a song to encourage they who choose to practice homosexuality; calling the practitioners of homosexuality (the "we") champions whether merited or not. Freddie, a self-proclaimed practitioner of homosexuality, was singing encouragement to others who likewise choose to practice homosexuality, encouraging them to think of themselves as champions, about being fighters for others who likewise choose to practice homosexuality. Another phrase of the song, "...and we'll keep on fighting till the end" was not about competing until that last yard or that last goal, basket or buzzer, but was about death ... his own ... in never-give-up defiance.

Thomas Carder, CapAlert 87 Comments [2/26/2011 6:17:37 AM]
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Submitted By: Mudak
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Quote# 79684

If children are sent into godless temples of state worship ( misnamed “schools”), they will learn to think and reason godlessly and worship the state.

If conservatives love their children, if they are are concerned about the children of this nation, if they hope to overcome communism and fascist islam, then we MUST MUST MUST shut down the godless temples of state worship ( “public schools”). We MUST MUST MUST work to see that every child has access to a conservative Judeo-Christian based education.

( By the way...If Christian and conservative teachers really loved their students they would be working to get these kids OUT of the government schools. They wouldn't be working IN the godless government temples ( misnamed “public schools”) cooperating in the moral destruction of children.)

wintertime, Free Republic 72 Comments [2/26/2011 6:17:20 AM]
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Submitted By: Honky McCracker
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Quote# 79663

LA CROSSE, Wisc., Feb. 21, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- What's going on? Are all universally saved, after all? Did Richard Dawkins become a Christian? Did he… remain an atheist, and STILL go to heaven? Such questions leap to mind when presented with title of the newest short story collection released by author and Christian apologist Anthony Horvath: "Richard Dawkins, Antony Flew, and Mother Teresa Go to Heaven."

Written over a span of two years, these three short stories detail what happens as each of the individuals come face to face with the reality of life after death. From Mother Teresa, who devoted her life to God but felt abandoned by Him to Antony Flew who vowed to 'follow the evidence,' to Richard Dawkins, who with Bertrand Russell said, "Not enough evidence!" these stories draw from what is known publicly to imagine what would happen in this most private of moments.

The book is currently only available on Amazon Kindle and Barnes and Noble's Nook.

Author and apologist Anthony Horvath explains his purpose, "I have found that when I read stories their impact goes beyond the ideas they present. My whole being is stirred by them. That is why I also try to use stories. Antony Flew and Mother Teresa, of course, are deceased, but Richard Dawkins is still alive. I'd be interested to find out if he agrees with me on how he'd react when finally face to face with the Truth he was wrong about all along. I think that question is something we can all ponder, since even Christians will discover that there were points we misunderstood or were mistaken about. What will our response be?"

Horvath's apologetics ministry, Athanatos Christian Ministries, is unique in its attempt to use the arts and literature to make its case for Christianity along with more traditional methods of providing argument and evidence. From its annual Christian writing contests to its annual online apologetics conference featuring a defense of the family through film (keynote Gene E. Veith, with Jason Jones of "Bella" and Dallas Jenkins of "What If", and others), ACM attempts to engage the culture and call on other Christians to do the same.

"Let's face it," Horvath says, "People are moved as much by Story as they are by Evidence. And we've got the best Story in town."

Anthony Horvath, Christian Newswire 72 Comments [2/25/2011 4:40:54 AM]
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Submitted By: TB Tabby
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Quote# 79655

[Re. the pro-union protests in Wisconsin.]

The protests in Egypt were ostensibly pro-democracy protests, but we don't know yet how it will all turn out in the end.

The protests in Wisconsin are clearly ANTI-democracy protests against the duly elected governor and legislature doing exactly what they were elected to do. In other words, those protesters have taken up the mantle of deposed Egyptian dictator, Hosni Mubarak. We all know how this protest will turn out - the forces of democracy will win in the end.

Naturalized-Texan, Free Conservatives 78 Comments [2/24/2011 5:45:39 AM]
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Submitted By: Honky McCracker
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Quote# 79654

Islam is not a religion. Islam is a totalitarian way of life and it starts with a legal system call sharia law. It is then a financial system, it is a military system, it is a government system, I mean it's a geo-political system and that is hard for us to deal with, the fact that Islam is not a religion and does not deserve First Amendment protections.

In 2004, in Annandale, Virginia we discovered a false basement in a man's home there. It turns out he was the operations officer for the Muslim Brotherhood in America. They went through all of the things in this false basement and they discovered a five-phase plan to take over America. And as you look at the plan, and it's on the web, you'll see that they are in the latter stages of phase three and moving into phase four very quickly. And they've done this just since the early Sixties when they came to this country and it is difficult for Americans, for Westerners as a whole, to understand that Islam is not a religion.

The Muslim Brotherhood was started in 1928 in Cairo. They didn't do very well in the first decade, they only had about 800 members but then along came a guy named Adolf Hitler and Adolf Hitler began to fund the Muslim Brotherhood. That's when he made the arrangements with the Mufti in Jerusalem and that's why, during World War II, the Jews couldn't return to that area because Hitler was funding the Muslim Brotherhood to keep the Jews from coming back.

William G. Boykin, Right Wing Watch 84 Comments [2/24/2011 5:44:09 AM]
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Submitted By: Honky McCracker
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The Fundie Word Redefinition Project Award

Objective: Those who agree with me.

Quote# 79652

Objective observers have declared that homosexuality is the “culture of death.” It fearlessly engages in reckless behavior which spreads disease even among heterosexuals because many homosexuals are bi-sexual. Hence, homosexuality is not a “victimless crime.” It has many, many victims, including innocent young people who are the prey of homosexual predators.

Nick From Maine, Free State Voice 63 Comments [2/24/2011 5:42:02 AM]
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Quote# 79644

All forms of human government are flawed. Democracy worked in America for years because we were a just , moral, christian nation. However, as the founding fathers said, it is ill suited for any other type of people. As America has become more secular, we have degenerated into what we have now. A debt ridden , morally corrupt country that will soon collapse. The right to vote is a powerful weapon, and just like a fire arm, in the wrong hands it can lead to catastrophe. The bad thing about a democratic election in the hands of a radical islamic regime is that it will give it legitimacy. The rapture is coming soon, and the Christ rejecting world will soon get the leader they want.

time4me2fly, RR 57 Comments [2/24/2011 5:35:48 AM]
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Quote# 79643

I heard a message preached once about Democracy. Democracy is praised as this great system, but it is NOT. Democracy allows power to be given to flawed men and is certainly not based on anything in scripture.

I for one am glad I live in a kingdom, with a wonderful King as my Lord and Savior who provides for my needs.

jra166, RR 58 Comments [2/24/2011 5:35:26 AM]
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Quote# 79636

INSIGHTFUL QUOTE PROVIDING AN ALTERNATIVE VIEWPOINT

“Further, neurological research indicates that a particular part of the brain is connected to religious experiences. Perhaps atheists are the product of a genetic deficiency or disorder – and if so, one can only wonder what else is wrong with them. After all, most atheists seem to suffer from delusions of grandeur, convinced that they hold the keys to humanity’s march toward utopia. They are also quite happy to embrace programs to “improve” humanity to suit their own purposes – hardly a coincidence, one would have to suggest, that the most repressive regimes of recent days have all been formulated along atheistic, humanist principles. One can only hope that the possible link between atheism and mental illness is examined honestly before countless others suffer needlessly.”

Wallo's World, Militant Atheism Exposed 80 Comments [2/23/2011 5:48:37 AM]
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Submitted By: WickedWitch
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Quote# 79622

Most dads would rather be told they have terminal cancer than have their son tell them he is gay, particularly if it is your only son. Coming out of the closet is a selfish act. It turns your problem into your family’s problem and forces everyone around you to live a lie. I have seen this destroy families. If you are gay, stay in the closet.

wolfman23601, Free Republic 126 Comments [2/22/2011 4:29:57 AM]
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Quote# 79619

Cecil left the hospital on a Wednesday and full recovery was an hour-by-hour situation. Some pains returned with constipation striking some fear into him. On Sunday morning Cecil began to see what the Lord was trying to show him and he began to do self-deliverance. The demons began to stir in his abominable area and actually “growled” as they were called out in the name of Jesus. After some 20 minutes of prayer and deliverance Cecil’s system “cleaned out” and he was back to normal. The next Sunday he again began self-deliverance and again there was intense growling and difficulty in expelling the demonic spirits, with gasping, throat trying to close, extreme gagging and coughing. But a number of demons came out.

Paul Nowlen, Free in the Lord Minisitries 94 Comments [2/22/2011 4:29:24 AM]
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Screech The Controversy

You damn communists!

Quote# 79586

Well, I don't know much about her, but at the beginning of the video, the dude made a stupid comment that "creationism is solely a religious belief, therefore not to be taught in school and that evolution is widely accepted as fact, and should alone be taught."

Sorry, that is incorrect. You must first of all present the information of both sides, and let the young people exercise their critical thinking skills. Let them make up their own minds! I do! We don't live in a communist society (yet) but if we keep teaching students theories as though they are facts, we will certainly end up in a totalitarian situation.

rockpilefarmer, IDigMyGarden 108 Comments [2/21/2011 5:55:55 AM]
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Quote# 79570

A couple had a one-eyed stuffed large frog named “Max”. After some period of time they began to talk about him as if he were a family member. Max sat on a bookcase and eventually the couple “noticed his eye” seemed to be looking at them. God revealed the demonic properties of Max, he was trashed and the curses broken that demons had put on the frog.
There are recorded cases where frightened children had terrifying nightmares and upon checking their room it was discovered the child had dolls and stuffed animals in the room. When these items were removed there came a calm and peace to the child and his bedroom.One very demonic item should never be in any child's bedroom or nursery - the "Dream Catcher". Always a deadly curse.

A serious issue with dolls is that many times the child develops a “relationship” with the doll, teddy bear or stuffed animal. The doll or animal becomes a playmate to the child. Some deliverance cases revealed that children actually talking to their dolls and some dolls talking back to the child ( talking back was the demon in the doll ). Look at the word IDOL and you can see the letters spelling dol. Relationships are built between people, not with dolls, puppets or stuffed animals.

A 3 year old had a “Raggedly Ann” doll and held on to the doll as if it were a brother or sister. The Lord spoke to an unrelated adult about this doll and said “None of My daughters are raggedly Anns”.

Anonymous, Free in the Lord Ministries 113 Comments [2/20/2011 5:26:08 AM]
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Quote# 79568

[re: naming it Conservative Bible Project or Conservapedia Bible Project]

But I feel that "conservative" is an important term to continue to use in connection with this project. It indicates that we're not going to be fooled by, or allow, liberal distortions of the Bible.

Liberal politics is having too negative an effect on Christianity. Our "conservative" Bible project is one important way to negate the liberal distortions. Look at how much liberals have complained about it. That's a good sign.

In Christ,

Andy

Andy Schlafly, Conservaleaks 72 Comments [2/20/2011 5:24:39 AM]
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Submitted By: Night Jaguar
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Quote# 79554

All who believe in the natural order must stand in opposition to the perverse homosexual agenda. At no time in human history has any society ever permitted marriage between same sex couples.

Homosexual activists are hell bent in destroying the natural order because of their birth defect that makes them attracted to their own sex. Instead of trying to find a cure for this aberration, they want it legitimized.

Stop them whenever they try. They must not be allowed to corrupt and denigrate the sanctity of marriage. The line is drawn here.

Son of Taz, Moonbattery 65 Comments [2/19/2011 4:21:13 AM]
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Submitted By: Honky McCracker
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Quote# 79548

Due to the wide spread of pornographic material, many men force their wives into oral, anal and other sexual perversions, often leading the wife into deviate sex.

Fear of homosexuality is great among American men. A large number of men have had minor or major contact with homosexuality as young boys. Young boys often get their hands on pornographic material by accident and follow its instructions.

Here are some common traits in husbands who have had some homosexual contact. When he marries, he will not see the need to provide financially or spiritually for the wife and children. He often hates the wife and children, and feels they hamper him. He does not understand his responsibility for the family, neither does he care. He usually will not hold a steady job. They are all laden with fear which torments them. Oral Sex is a powerful spirit and will not give up easily. They reside in the mouth, lips, tongue, taste buds, throat, sex organs and the mind. There must be sincere repentance followed by determined discipline. We have seen men recover from this spirit's control.

Many young children are forced into oral sex by some one they trust or are kin to. Even though they hate it, they cannot stop the demon's demand for it and will often continue to seek it even when no one forces them.

Win Worley, Demonbuster 92 Comments [2/19/2011 4:20:50 AM]
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Quote# 79536

Billy Ray Cyrus: 'Hannah Montana' destroyed family

He told the magazine that he is scared for his daughter and compared her current path to those of other stars whose lives ended tragically, including Kurt Cobain, Anna Nicole Smith and Michael Jackson.

He said his entire family was baptized before leaving Tennessee for Los Angeles to protect themselves from evil, and he believes Satan is attacking his family.

"It's the way it is," Cyrus said. "There has always been a battle between good and evil. Always will be. You think, 'This is a chance to make family entertainment, bring families together...' and look what it's turned into."

Billy Ray Cyrus, Yahoo News 77 Comments [2/18/2011 6:03:38 AM]
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Quote# 79530

Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon poses here with the newborn baby of her lover, Christine Marinoni. The Daily Mail refers to the baby, who was born last week, as the couple’s son, expecting readers to swallow nonsense whole and slide down the rabbit hole of artificially-created insanity without raising the slightest objection or cry for help.

Nixon, who plays an emotionally sterile wife in the Sex and the City movie, says, “I’m just a woman in love with another woman.”

Despite her madonna-like pose in this photograph, Nixon is a typical anti-mother of our times, a person who has violated the most basic terms of motherhood.

Homosexual “parents” are similar to the Baba Yagas of ancient fairy tales who stalked children in the woods. They may not have pointy noses or broomsticks. They may not live in tiny cabins surrounded by fences made of human bones. But they are just as hostile to the young, snatching away their innocence and security, stealing them from their tiny cradles. Deliberately to deprive a child of a father, to arrange his conception the way one might arrange a major purchase, to raise him in a home without a man, cut off from half his kin and exposed to the shame of having two “mothers,” is nothing less than child abuse.

What has happened to the hearts of lesbians? They are shriveled and turned to stone.

Laura Wood, The Thinking Housewife 90 Comments [2/18/2011 5:59:28 AM]
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Submitted By: Brendan Rizzo
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Quote# 79527

A lesbian student is asked to take off her T-Shirt because it says "Nobody knows I'm a lesbian"

"She does have a right to free speech, and I don't think she should be an exception."

I disagree. Same-sex attraction disorder is a degrading, destructive, self-destructive mental disorder that manifests as a compulsion to engage in loathsome perversions. Statements denying that fall into the same category as yelling "fire" in a crowded theater, and may rightfully and constitutionally be prohibited.

dsc, FreeRepublic 87 Comments [2/18/2011 5:54:51 AM]
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Submitted By: Son Goku On The Flying Nimbus
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Quote# 79516

Why is Glenn Beck so worried about the future of Egypt? That is an easy question to answer. It has everything to do with one's world view.

The Bible has foretold world events and they are centered around the Middle East. Much of it has already come to pass. He is just trying to get folks' attention to what was prophesied by the Old Testament prophets and by the New Testament book of the Revelation.

If you have a world view similar to mine, you understand it. If not, you think it is folly and he is a nut case.

For those of you who pride yourselves as "critical thinkers", perhaps you should engage in just that concerning the Biblical World View.

dirty girl, IDigMyGarden 78 Comments [2/17/2011 6:19:28 AM]
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