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Quote# 10513

[Regarding someone who said she would not watch "Brokeback Mountain and would even pray that her local video rental store would not stock it because "it deals with issues that are wrong."]

yeah but first of all she seems to be coming from a religious persepective. and i agree with her. Is she close minded? I hope so ^_^, cuz being open minded allows anything the world wants to pollute your mind, to pollute your mind. I'm completly close minded. I let the benificial things in my mind and than close it so the naughty things cant get in. =P. I will totally pray for it.

It's Daniel Time!!1, Myspace 22 Comments [3/31/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10511

[re: same-sex couples' adoption]

What? Gay parents will choose a gay baby? How will they know the baby is gay? They won't. But the baby they choose will be raised as gay. The less gays the better in my opinion. I like all people, even gays, but I don't want to talk about gay things or hear gays stories or for someone to persuade me to be gay.

telit laikitiz, Free Conservatives 14 Comments [3/31/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10501

Men are *supposed* to be leaders.

Women keeping their last names just reminds me that as a whole, we're sissyfying the male race, then wondering why we're lost, we lack real men, we lack real leadership.

iklepac13, Christian Forums 36 Comments [3/31/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10500

Where ARE the gorgeous, ingenious, self-sufficient, pure, in-shape Christian women?

Does anyone else feel like all of the attractive girls are essentially pagan? I'm not talking about showing skin here, I mean just fashionable and beautiful... even if it's just facial beauty! I go to a small Christian university that is filled with strong Christians. There are only about 2,500 people but dangit! I've found THREE people there the entire time attractive only on the physical level. One is now married... the other is in a serious relationship... The third is also dating someone and is one of those "unapproachable" girls. She has that one girl that she talks to and no one else.

It seems most of them fall into the following categories...

1) Devout Christian. Moderate to High intelligence. Doesn't take care of their body (is either fat or just really really weak and unhealthy). No sense of fashion, pure, but possibly needy.

2) God is an important part of life, but not the driving force. Moderate intelligence. Takes care of body and might even be highly attractive but has so much baggage you know you could never deal with it. Good sense of fashion but is very needy and would be clingy in a relationship.

3) Total pagan. Blazing hot and in excellent shape. Very fashionable. Either moderately intelligent or brings retardation down to a whole new level. Superficial and has almost no depth. Has sex often and talks about it openly.

Finding a girl with the physical attraction of group 3, the strength as an individual and confidence in one's self that group 2 doesn't have, and the Christian devotion and intelligence that group one has almost seems like an oximoron. Logically I know it's not true but based on experience time and time again it breaks down to these categories.

IseekTheTruth, Christian Forums 58 Comments [3/31/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10499

[The Old testament is fulfilled and complete, not binding or really relevant to today's world.
i.e. nobody even in Israel stones their son to death for being a drunkard. Nobody follows the old testament.]

um . . . speak for yourself.

Br. Max, Christian Forums 15 Comments [3/31/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10498

Ever since women escape from their responsibilities to be more like men, we as people in a society have gotten worse.

The next step is giving the babies to some government entitie to raise them up so that the woman can continue her work uninterrupted.

horuhe00, Christian Forums 27 Comments [3/31/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10497

The "Big Bang" actually started out as a religions belief that some people trace back to Moses and the oral traditions. It became popular around 1000 years ago with a Jewish Rabbi and the mystical school of thought known as Kabbalah. In recent years the Astrophysicists have picked up on the theory.

JohnR7, Christian Forums 19 Comments [3/31/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10496

I agree with Rink. We need to kill all the men, carry all the women into captivity and Christianize all the brats.

DesertFox, Free Conservatives 42 Comments [3/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10495

We need ANOTHER Crusades, and this time lets have it one that wiptes out the threat and scourge of Islam once and for all.

Rink, Free Conservatives 28 Comments [3/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10493

["Humans are actually artificially living much longer than we really should, biologically speaking. This is thanks to modern science and medicine. Left to our own natural devices we would rapidly see the average of death fall into the late 20s -early 30s."]

Psalm 90:10a
The days of our lives are seventy years;
And if by reason of strength they are eighty years,

I can show you at least 5 scriptures where we can add years to our life. None of them have anything to do with "modern" medicine.

According to JAMA doctors are the third leading cause of death. They do not deny this, but they ease their conscious by trying to claim that they keep people alive so they can kill them later on.

JohnR7, Christian Forums 24 Comments [3/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10492

[Pat Robertson stated that the acceptance of homosexuality could result in hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, terrorist bombings and "possibly a meteor"]

You have a problem with this? Why, you think that people can just do whatever they want to do and not have to pay a price for it? If you look on the internet you will see a sex industry established in Thailand. It should be no surprise to anyone the disasters that they have recently had there.

JohnR7, Christian Forums 16 Comments [3/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10488

Hinduism isn't the oldest religion. That is contrary to scripture. Hinduism never existed before the flood. Once the ark landed on Mount Ararat in Turkey, They settled there for a while. Once Noah died, they went off in different directions and founded our planet's oldest empires: Egypt, Greece, and China. Hinduism is mainly along the way to china (In India, Mongolia etc.) I believe hinduism was developed along the way to China's founding place. And of course Noah Was somewhat a jew.

Jesus saves -Ben, EvC Forum 27 Comments [3/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10487

Are you guys nuts? you haven't seen the news millions are missing since 15 minutes ago across the world turn on the news, hurry

ajusaf, Rapture Ready 37 Comments [3/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10483

I myself feel uncomfortable with women serving as pastors. I find that they are inherrently liberal, and very prone to femininist theology. I also find their abilities as orators and councilors inferior.

LibraryOwl, Christian Forums 21 Comments [3/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10482

[How does Abdul Rahman's father feel about his conversion to Christianity and pending death?]

We are Muslim, our fathers were Muslim, our grandfathers were Muslim. This is an Islamic country. Imagine if your son told a police commander, also a Muslim, that he is a Christian. How would this affect you? It's very difficult for us.

He is my son. But if a son does not care about the dignity of his family, the dignity of his father, God can take him away. You cannot make anything out of such a son. He is useless.

Abdul Manan, Chicago Tribune 9 Comments [3/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10481

['I would reply that when people ask to say, be healed from a deadly cancer, God could wait too long. The person could die. There are time schedules all the time in prayer, and God answering YES before the person dies is seen as a miracle. So I'm not buying into the "dont' give god a schedule" reply."']

Yes darling you have, only one thing is lacking. God's view is eternal, so if God heals in this lifetime or the next, he is still keeping his Word.

Coolhand, Universal Life Church 13 Comments [3/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10476

[Why doesn't God heal amputees?]

If Jesus had to endure till the end in all the pain it is still fair for him to allow us the same thing.

Coolhand, Universal Life Church 15 Comments [3/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10475

So why would anybody assume because someone says that God doesn't heal amputees that he hates them.

Yeah I looked at the site, are you suggesting that the site is objectively seeking truth or pushing a view. Some of us here call that propaganda.

I dont have a link to give you but there are reports of limbs popping back out in the revivals going on in China right now. Seems people don't like to come forward and testify in coutries where they kill Christians.

Coolhand, Universal Life Church 18 Comments [3/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10473

[Very proud of his award at FSTDT]

It kinda warms the heart to know I can reach out and chill the inner child of an atheist.

Oh, and if any of you guys are lurking, "Turn or Burn, Boys!"

MrMann, Rapture Ready 64 Comments [3/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10471

You may not allow the end of your belt to hang down from the belt-loops resembling a phallus.

Pensacola Christian College, The Student Voice 49 Comments [3/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10470

I don't post BS and I know what I'm talking about. Hitler is bisexual and he likes masculine men. The gays he killed were the feminine homos.

Sin, Myspace 33 Comments [3/29/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10468

If humans came from the dirt, how could we have also come frome monkeys. Think about it.

Pats, Christian Forums 43 Comments [3/29/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10466

I am both a homophobe (proud of it) and a person that believes in individual Rights.

Theway2k, Positive Liberty 30 Comments [3/29/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10462

Of Pensacola's many rules, those dealing with male-female relationships are the most talked about. There are restrictions on when and where men and women may speak to each other. Some elevators and stairwells may be used only by women; others may be used only by men. Socializing on particular benches is forbidden. If a man and a woman are walking to class, they may chat; if they stop en route, though, they may be in trouble. [...]

Even couples who are not talking or touching can be reprimanded. Sabrina Poirier, a student at Pensacola who withdrew in 1997, was disciplined for what is known on the campus as "optical intercourse" — staring too intently into the eyes of a member of the opposite sex. This is also referred to as "making eye babies."

Pensacola Christian College, The Chronicle of Higher Education 66 Comments [3/29/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10460

[why it's wrong to legislate on Muslim principles, but is okay to do so on Christian ones]

Uh...Islam is false; Christianity isn't.

Perceivence, Christian Forums 31 Comments [3/29/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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