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Quote# 40206

I don't hate anyone. I just don't have respect for people who don't believe in God and I don't hold their intelligence in any kind of regard whatsoever.

GetOutOfMyYard, GameFAQs 9 Comments [5/31/2008 2:37:43 PM]
Fundie Index: 8
Submitted By: Angus
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Quote# 40200

Michelle and Barak are disciples of Jeremiah Wright and the Black Liberation Theology, which is Marxism.

Combine that with their victimhood mindset, and voila.

It's no wonder that Barak has support from the majority of the black community.

mercyandgrace, RaptureReady 8 Comments [5/31/2008 2:35:36 PM]
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Quote# 40215

[A RRite reacting to the story about a Marine forcing coins with Bible quotes upon Iraqi]

It is God before country, my son leaves Monday for Marine boot camp. I am remidning him of that as he leaves. Serve to that absolute best of your ability, but never forget whom you serve first.

Boash, Rapture Ready 5 Comments [5/31/2008 1:46:20 PM]
Fundie Index: 7
Submitted By: Adrian
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Quote# 40194

Did you hear of the recent Incident in Great Britian where law enforcement did NOT discriminate? (Frank may have) over the course of a few months a homosexual couple (male) was allowed to take in about 18 foster kids. Several complaints came to the state about suspected sex abuse by these men, they did nothing because they did not want to "discriminate" against the homosexuals. More kids were allowed into their home and several were molested even AFTER the complaints because they did not want to "discriminate".

Lesson: sometimes Discrimination is a GOOD thing!!!!!!!!!!

meya, The Atheist Think Tank 19 Comments [5/31/2008 11:21:35 AM]
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Quote# 40201

There is absolutely NO PROOF to support the Darwinian theory, Coppo. That's why it's a THEORY. It's a disproven theory, too, as more fossil evidence is unearthed showing mankind to be far older than we originally believed.

The Darwinian theory is simply the backbone of the religion these elites practice. They see us as having evolved from apes. However, they don't see themselves in this light. Having been "perfected" through many incarnations, they see themselves literally as gods who are more evolved than the rest of us, giving them the natural right to lord over the profane. When you hear "survival of the fittest," they are referring to themselves, having what they believe to be superior genes. That's why these families interbreed intergenerationally. Darwin was of an aristocratic bloodline, having intermarried with the Wedgewood family. Darwin didn't even come up with that theory, his grandfather did. Darwin was merely promoted to push this belief into the collective consciousness.

Pressed_Rat, Prison Planet 7 Comments [5/31/2008 11:14:20 AM]
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Quote# 40174

the first thing to ask is...are you guys turning your heads away from half naked girls? is your mind constantly thinking about God and about this dying world and about the ways in which you can seek the lost? I thought that was supposed to be the mentality of every reborn Christian? another thing that could be fueling your urge to masturbate is demons. spirit of lust and spirit of adultery...it could very likely be that you need deliverance from these oppressions.

YourChild, Christian Forums 13 Comments [5/31/2008 10:59:49 AM]
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Submitted By: KatAutumn
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Quote# 40202

atheists dont visit temples as they believe God is present there.

Malika, iThink 37 Comments [5/31/2008 10:59:37 AM]
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Submitted By: Dysperdis
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Quote# 40213

If we are still here in 10 years because the rapture has not occurred yet, I think life will be very different for us than it is now. I think home schooling will be illegal in all 50 states and homsexual marriages will be the law of the land. I believe that the only churches operating "above ground" will be those that have been licensed by the state and will not be allowed to criticize other religious groups, alternative lifestyles or preach Jesus as the only Way. I believe sharing Christ will result in losing our children, confiscation of property and prison terms for the undeterred. I think it's also likely that Christians will have to wear or carry an identifier, so people will know to avoid us and employers will not hire us. I believe forced euthanasia will be the law of the land for the elderly, the mentally ill, the physically handicapped and anyone the state considers to be a "useless eater". Wild weather will become the norm and a day without a huge disaster will be a rarity.

jadeeyes, RaptureReady 15 Comments [5/31/2008 10:58:44 AM]
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Quote# 40191

I am SO lucky that my DD is 100% into horses !!! She wears only jeans and boots and " Cowgirl Up " stuff !!! The only problem we have is her T-shirts they are to short and will ride up to show tummy if we are not carefull so she puts them on and raises her arms to make sure they long enough !!! And ofcourse any words on them are horse related !!! OR Christian, Her favorite is ... " I am a princess cuz my Father is King of Kings "

Heartstorm, RaptureReady 9 Comments [5/31/2008 10:58:33 AM]
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Quote# 40199

Children are best raised by a man and a woman living together as husband and wife and acting as primary caretakers.

[Other posters assert that this is factually incorrect and logically flawed. Children of gay unions do NOT fare worse than children of straight unions, and governments do not decide who can get married based on how well their hypothetical children are likely to do.]

•85% of all children that exhibit behavioral disorders come from fatherless homes (U.S. Center for Disease Control);
•90% of all homeless and runaway children are from fatherless homes (U.S. Bureau of the Census);
•80% of rapists motivated with displaced anger come from fatherless homes (Criminal Justice & Behavior, Vol 14, p. 403-26, 1978);
•70% of juveniles in state-operated institutions come from fatherless homes (U.S. Dept. of Justice, Special Report, Sept 1988);
•85% of all youths sitting in prisons grew up in a fatherless home (Texas Dept. of Corrections 1992).
•5 times more likely to commit suicide;
•32 times more likely to run away;
•20 times more likely to have behavioral disorders;
•14 times more likely to commit rape;
•9 times more likely to drop out of high school;
•10 times more likely to abuse chemical substances;
•9 times more likely to end up in a mental institution;
•20 times more likely to end up in prison(1).

Michael Ejercito, Fundie Watch 24 Comments [5/31/2008 10:08:28 AM]
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Quote# 40170

Senate Bill 200 adds religion and sexual orientation to state nondiscrimination statutes. Supporters claim the bill will prevent discrimination; in reality, the bill endangers religious freedom by opening the door for the state to punish any person or organization — including small and home-based businesses — that refuses, for religious or other moral reasons, to offer or sell goods or services to homosexuals, bisexuals, 'transgendered' and transsexual individuals.

Jennifer Mesko, CitizenLink.org 13 Comments [5/31/2008 10:07:18 AM]
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Quote# 40198

[In response to a Lost Tribe found in Brazil]

They need to be sought out and taught of the saving power of Jesus Christ. The Gospels compel us to go to the far corners of the world with the good news - that He died for us so we might be saved.

The eternal souls of these people depend upon our revealing to them the Person of Christ. We ourselves are at fault if we do not attempt to destroy their ignorance, which can not save them. What they do with the information is their business. They can either chose to accept or decline. Only God can save.

Be we as soldiers of Christ must make every effort to reach them and all those who are lost.

Midfielder, Huffington Post 15 Comments [5/31/2008 8:00:33 AM]
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Submitted By: Arrogant Atheist
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Quote# 40177

[Regarding an article about a summer camp for children of atheists, agnostics, and humanists:]

Reading this article, I can somehow here “The International” sung in the background. The only thing missing are the red kerchiefs.

romanred, USA Today 6 Comments [5/31/2008 7:56:52 AM]
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Quote# 40169

[Re: a rapture question... would you choose to stay behind if you had the option?]

No No No

There is nothing new under the sun. Everyone gets the chance to choose or reject Jesus as their Lord and Savior. I would not choose to stay behind even for a loved family member. In fact, my being raptured might be the thing that cements their need to turn to Christ - kind of like an "I told you so" after I'm gone.

Theresa, Rapture Ready 10 Comments [5/31/2008 7:55:23 AM]
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Quote# 40196

Heard over the news this morning that he [the marine who handed out christian coins in Fallujah] is already in trouble. .I have been praying for this blessed soldier. I have so much respect for him, and the love I felt for him when I heard this was overwhelming. He is our brother in Christ, so I lift him, and all those who are to sharing the Gospel up to Jesus for His protection and guidance. You as a Country should feel so Blessed to have soldiers like this!

In my prayers and in my heart dearest soldier! You are not only a soldier for America, but also a Soldier for Christ!

Mickey, RaptureReady 0 Comments [5/31/2008 7:54:03 AM]
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Quote# 40182

Our father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day or daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen. (Matthew 6:9-13 KJV)

This is a common version of the Lord's Prayer and lawmakers decided Thursday that it belongs in South Carolina schools.

They passed a bill allowing the Lord's Prayer and the Ten Commandments, along with a host of other historical documents, to be displayed in State schools and public buildings.

Representative Greg Delleney supported the bill and said it is unfortunate to want to exclude God from the public.

"The strength of this nation was...founded on Christian principle," said Delleney, "when I was going to school coming up this wouldn't have even have been a question."

The South Carolina Legislature, WSPA News 6 Comments [5/31/2008 6:27:56 AM]
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Submitted By: sidhe
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Quote# 40192

The problem lies in the fact that evolutionists believe they can make dead bones talk. When I read there religious jargon about the fossil record I just have to shake my head and say where is the science. An example of their religious explanation can be seen in their intermediate dud the fish-o-pod Tiktaalik. They describe the bones of the fossil while intermingaling their religious jargon and any story they want to tell just rolls out of the mouths. Since there is no way to verify or test these stories we are told it is evolutionary gospel truth. Building the story into something that it is not.

It is by far the most intolerant religion on the face of the earth today. If given control of the governments their religious intolerance rises to a deadly attack against any who dare speak against it. Examples in the twentieth century are vivid reminders of what the religion of evolution is capable of. Under the leadership of Stalin and Chairman Mao atheistic evolution was responsible for about 100 million deaths of those who did not agree with them. This is not including all the atheistic evolutionists governments this is just two of them.

Bob Barclay, Evolution Fairytale 6 Comments [5/31/2008 6:26:27 AM]
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Submitted By: Mr Smith
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Quote# 40180

Jesus is the only preacher who is 100% correct all the time.I think pastor Hagee is correct 98% of the time.

Joseph the Carpenter, Rapture Ready 7 Comments [5/31/2008 6:18:46 AM]
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Submitted By: KatAutumn
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Quote# 40185

[When asked what would prove evolution to him]

interesting question....I don't know about scarlets but if I came across proof of evolution from monkeys I'd probably just go ahead and start a life of crime or engage in something real risky and exciting. If i was just an evolved ape, made in the image of a bug-picker, nothing would really matter.

supersport, CARM 18 Comments [5/31/2008 6:17:57 AM]
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Submitted By: Zoda
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Quote# 40183

[America became the super power largely because of its scientific and technological achievements. If you keep letting religious fanatics take over science you are bound to become less prosperous. ]

No, Our prosperity was a blessing from God. America is doomed because it has turned it's back on God. It was always "God Bless America" - Now it's time for "America Bless God"

castlewood, IMDB 3 Comments [5/31/2008 6:14:36 AM]
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Submitted By: giz80
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Quote# 40176

While it is debatable that it might be better to ignore what adults do in the bedroom and allow God to judge them for their actions, the law should be changed to disallow cross-dressing in public and to disallow homosexual advances to a child. The cross-dressers who believe that they are simply following a style might be for the most part heterosexuals.

But young children under 12 years old might be confused as to what they see adults do and become homosexuals. This is why I wrote and sang the song Man fe look like man, and I thank Michael Sharpe of TVJ, Mutabaruka and Elise Kelly of Irie FM for giving it airtime. I have already written that I got a vision on Good Friday that American missionaries should stay in their homeland and clean up the Internet and the cable TV. This is perhaps the main reason why homosexuality is becoming so "in-your-face", though it used to be hidden. It is certainly a better way to morality when youngsters are not exposed to such things.

Michael Burke, The Jamaica Observer 3 Comments [5/31/2008 6:11:46 AM]
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Submitted By: Dysperdis
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Quote# 40166

By the way Star Trek was created to get us ready for a fake alien invasion to usher in the New World Order. You know the old expression, " Life imitates art", more truth to that then you realize. Watch and listen to the movies you watch. They always slip the numbers 13 or 33 in there somewhere. Remember the movie On Any Given Sunday. The quarter back was number 13 and the receiver was number 33. Who could miss the the all seeing eye through-out the movie. This message was obvious to me. What they were saying is this. There are 33 titles in the Old Testament for the antichrist, while there are 13 in the New Testament. Satan (13) is the quarterback. 33rd degree Masons are the receivers. In other words the 33's are bringing back the old testament Egypt Isis/Osiris/Ra/Satan one world religion Zep Tepi. Zep Tepi was that corrupt "Golden Age" of incarnate demons which the Egyptian mystery religion represented and continues to represent. It is an ancient violent and immoral world which developed before the Flood which New Age spirit guides are seeking to re-establish. They are seeking to reestablish this age under Globalism to be ruled once again by 13/Satan New testament Anti-Christ. Even the movie The Last Boyscout with Bruce Willis and Damon Wayans. Damon had the number 13 on the back of his head. What was he in this movie? A forced retired quarterback looking for payback!!! How much more obvious can this message be?

Robert Howard, Prison Planet 6 Comments [5/31/2008 6:03:10 AM]
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Quote# 40181

Lyrics aside, there is quite a bit of study out here on the effect of rythym and percussion. A lot of it has roots directly to African Voodoo and the trance states produced with drums opening a subconscious portal for spirits. The rythym of stringed instruments also has a similar effect. Jimmy Page is a master of the guitar riff and it is a major part of the Led Zeppelin sound (along with the heavy drum sound he produced for their records) and all metal music which he heavily influenced. Page was a total devotee of Crowley, practicing black magik and actually lives in his old castle. Doesn't get any creepier than that!

Logosone, Rapture Ready 9 Comments [5/31/2008 6:02:27 AM]
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Submitted By: KatAutumn
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Quote# 40187

[One of the world’s last ‘uncontacted Indian’ tribes has been photographed from the air near the Brazil-Peru border]

What about sharing God's word with them? Don't they deserve to at least hear it and make a choice?

Patriot Heart, FreeConservatives 26 Comments [5/31/2008 5:54:03 AM]
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Quote# 40164

"During the Salem, Massachusetts witch trials of 1692, 13 women were executed." http://www2.ari.net/rjohnson/articles/FEAR.MUP.html

I remember reading somewhere that this wasn't witches at all. It was Christian women who caught the elite using witchcraft and they were burned at the stake instead.

Robert Howard, PrisonPlanet 14 Comments [5/31/2008 5:11:18 AM]
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