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Quote# 90435

Y'know what's ironic? All the hatred vented at people for benign comments like "it's not OK to be gay". Not that. What's ironic is the deeper truth. It's not that homos are some sort of special target. Indeed there is a hatred that fuels me. Y'know what that hatred is? It's for adultery. It's for those that deem it OK to go out and have their way with whoever and whatever they please. I reckon if you cheat on your wife or maintain a girlfriend with no intention of honouring her, you deserve to have your junk cut off.


Not very nice, huh?

But for some reason, people get all blind with rage when someone says says something utterly benign like "If you're in a homosexual relationship, you need to leave." I get angry when adulterers destroy families.

Stripe, Theology Online 42 Comments [11/2/2012 5:16:08 AM]
Fundie Index: 60
Submitted By: Persephone 66

Quote# 90432

We need to get back to the Bible.
The radical pro-life side says The Bible says "thou shalt not kill" so it means abortion should always be illegal.
Yet most of us recognize that killing in a just war, the death penalty, and killing animals for food or what ever reason is not covered by that passage.
I am pro-life but I also think that the pro-life position should be enforced the way it is in the Bible. In the Bible it says that if you cause a woman to be stillborn (i.e. perform an abortion) you pay a fine to the baby's father.
The father has the most natural care for his progeny, so God saw fit to give him the authority over its life. "Abortion" should be legal only when the baby's father accepts it and punished by having to pay him a fine otherwise.

ForTheBible, Politix 42 Comments [11/2/2012 3:36:59 AM]
Fundie Index: 54
Submitted By: TheReasonator

Quote# 90431

"If Cleveland gets hit real bad and people are without power, traffic lights out, public transit problems, Romney could take Ohio!!!

Obama's huge margin of victory in Cuyahoga County in 2008 was greater than the margin he won the state by! Cleveland can change the entire outcome of the state!!!"

[another poster responds]
"These states are all heavily democratic, so even a low turnout will still give these states to obama. Ohio, which is the most important swing state, should not be affected."

[out of the box replies]
"Not necessarily! [link to news report about airport delays]

Praying to God that major infrastructure in Cleveland is damaged or destroyed by Sandy, but that lives are spared."

out of the box, Rapture Ready 45 Comments [11/2/2012 3:34:12 AM]
Fundie Index: 56
Submitted By: schism

Quote# 90425

(I understand everything you said above until this. Do we need to discuss the 'theory' of gravity again?)

Gravity is a theory. For all I know, there is no force between objects. It's all enforced by a Creator for example. For all I know, material objects don't exist, and only souls exists, and there is a designer giving rise to our experience of the material world.

The whole way the world works, atoms, etc, perhaps none of the laws are intrinsic to existence. They simply are being imposed by a higher power.

If gravity was a fact, I would suspect the philosophical argument of whether we know a physical world exists would be debunked.

MysticKnight, Atheist Forums 63 Comments [11/1/2012 5:44:56 AM]
Fundie Index: 68
Submitted By: Kinnell

Quote# 90419

I am curious how evolutionism explains the Sun. There is not enough energy possible to sustain the Sun for one day let alone billions of years.

Reconstitute America, Yahoo Answers 80 Comments [11/1/2012 5:42:50 AM]
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