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Quote# 74858

That is part of the downfall of the US; letting women take over. I was a single dad for 3 years. Women are more likely to spoil the child. They do not enforce the rules as well as men do and now 52% of our school kids are in single mother families. I would speculate that the end is near. There is something spooky about having half of our next generation of men ,being taught how to be men , by women.

Godboy, Y! answers 42 Comments [7/31/2010 8:50:41 PM]
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Quote# 74832

Serial killers, government tyrants, academic liberals, Catholic priests, politicians, Mormon Church higher-ups, Jewish rabbis, environmental extremists, communists, religious heretics, mass murderers, occultists, spies, and the Illuminati share something hideous and grotesque in common. Almost all are homo-sexual. Worse, most of the sick-minded men who comprise these demented social groups are not only homosexual, they practice the most kinky and perverted forms of sexual licentiousness-pedophilia, satanic bondage, physical torture, bisexuality, transvestitism, and even bestiality.

Rev. Louis P. Sheldon, Homosexuality is a Sin! 106 Comments [7/30/2010 4:24:44 PM]
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Submitted By: Ian
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Quote# 74810

[Re: Is Obama trying to crash our economy on purpose?]

YA THINK? Why else. . . to become a dictator and set up one of the 12 Muslim caliphs.

Blessedhope777, Rapture Ready 66 Comments [7/30/2010 4:24:10 PM]
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Quote# 74807

[Background: Manchester United Football Club has a devil as its logo]

Manchester United shirts have been banned in Malaysia after the red devil crest was labelled "dangerous and un-Islamic".

Thousands of fans have reacted angrily to the decision by Muslim clerics - with some accusing them of supporting Premier League arch-rivals Liverpool.

Despite the Old Trafford side having an estimated 81 million followers in Asia, one senior cleric said: "You are only promoting the devil."

"This is very dangerous. As a Muslim we should not worship the symbols of other religions or the devils," another added.

"It will erode our belief in Islam. There is no reason why we as Muslims should wear such jerseys, either for sports or fashion reasons."

Malaysian muslim clerics, Sky News 66 Comments [7/29/2010 3:43:05 AM]
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Quote# 74745

[Re: Muslim day at Six Flags: 9/12]

Americans are sooo easily duped!!!! Muslims believe in the Koran, Koran teaches to kill, to lie, etc!!!! I DON'T BELIEVE THIS ONE SECOND THAT THIS IS FOR FUN, ITS A SLAP IN THE FACE TO AMERICANS!!!! Americans better wake up, or one day, we will wake up to The United Muslim States Of America!!!! Its time to get your heads out of the oilly sands!!!!

Sari, Rapture Ready 88 Comments [7/29/2010 3:39:32 AM]
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Quote# 74847

West Australian Liberal MP Don Randall is under fire over comments he made about Julia Gillard's religious views.

The member for Canning says many people in his electorate and across the country do not like the fact Ms Gillard is an atheist.

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"It's a criticism of the fact that the electorate has deep concerns about an un-godly leader leading Australia," he said.

Mr Randall says Australia was built on Christian values, which provide the basis for being a better leader.

"We expect out leaders to convey and portray good Christian values," he said.

Don Randall, ABC News 94 Comments [7/28/2010 8:42:57 AM]
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Quote# 74732

Well, the secular world is catching up to what the Bible has taught all along. At our student assemblies over the years, I have often taught children the answer to this chicken and egg problem this way:

“What came first: the chicken or the egg? Well the Bible teaches us that God made the flying creatures on day five of creation, and God told the animals to be fruitful and multiply. So obviously the chicken (a bird) came first, and then they laid eggs.” So the kids would learn it this way, “The chicken came first because God made the birds on day five of the creation week!”

Of course there is also the design issue, which is also alluded to in the article. All the parts/chemicals etc. have to be there for the egg-laying system to work in the first place—it certainly couldn’t evolve.

Ken Ham, Around the World with Ken Ham 74 Comments [7/28/2010 7:49:22 AM]
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Quote# 74747

[re: Corrective Rape in South Africa]

‘Correct’ 2 birds with 1 stone...make gay men rape gay women.

george76, Free Republic 123 Comments [7/27/2010 7:33:22 AM]
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Quote# 74719

When I decided to homeschool my six year old son, I told him we were going to do "Dinosaur Week". Which turned into "Dinosaur Month". . . at the least! We watched "Walking With Dinosaurs" and a lot of other documentaries. He's a pretty smart kid, too, so even he ended up saying "Ok. Scientists say that God isn't real. They say earth is a kajillion years old. They say that people and dinosaurs weren't alive at the same time and that a lot of dinosaurs could have died from a big flood, but that The Flood didn't happen. WHAT IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE?!". He gets really upset about people not believing in God - as in he doesn't want them going to hell and he can't believe people can ignore God all around us. Every time we watch one of those dinosaur things, he gives a big, overly-dramatic sigh whenever they start talking about "millions of years" or evolution.

One that really cracked him up was where they theorize about reptiles evolving into humanoid creatures. Good grief! And they teach most of this stuff as FACT in schools!!!! I can't believe it. Neither can a six year old. So WHY is it so accepted?!!?

I teach him what makes SENSE. NOT what science textbooks say. I also teach my kids to question what they are taught - especially what they learn in school. It's really not fun at all having a bunch of junior scientists in the house when 99% of science seems to be atheistic.

HisPrincess, RR 181 Comments [7/27/2010 7:32:39 AM]
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Submitted By: lisa
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Quote# 74649

[Q - If we're made in God's image, why aren't we invisible?]

who says he is invisible.. Maybe we just cannot see him.. God created our ability to see, but we see onlya limited level of light rays.. Dogs and animals can see on higher color spectrums than we humans.. Maybe we just dont see whats out there, but its there nontheless..

Mintee, Y! answers 91 Comments [7/26/2010 3:24:29 PM]
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Quote# 74639

I REFUSE to see PRINCE OF PERSIA. Even if there are no bad words or cussing because..... the prince of persia in the bible is a demonic spirit. For those of you who don't know read... Daniel 10:10-15. The angel Michael was fighting with the "prince of persia" which is a fallen angel working for the evil one. This fallen spirit was trying to hinder Michael from delivering a message to Daniel.

princesstiki, Rapture Ready 86 Comments [7/24/2010 6:49:18 PM]
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Submitted By: Riku
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Quote# 74625

Scientists have launched the world's biggest radiotelescope, in the Netherlands. They said that it is capable of even detecting faint signals "from almost as far back as the Big Bang" (in the beginning). [...]

According to one scientist, "The observations that we will be able to make will allow us to learn more about the origin of the universe, back to the moment right after the Big Bang" (in the beginning).

Then again, they could have saved themselves a lot of trouble, time, and money if they simply listened to Genesis chapter 1. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand the first four words: "In the beginning God...”

Ray Comfort, Atheist Central 92 Comments [7/24/2010 6:46:00 PM]
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Quote# 74617

In Houston, these MARKETs sells meat that was butchered according to their tradition, part of which is shouting the battle cry. The thing is shouted at the slaughterhouse. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halal

Islam is becoming more and more prevalent in our society; sadly there are some things we can't fight. They are allowed to have their grocery stores anywhere they want. The women are allowed to wear the "getup" when I'm out shopping. I dislike seeing a big sign saying "Halal Meats" knowing what that means, and seeing these places very busy makes me even more nauseous. They have a perfect right to have their religion.

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I can say that, I am proud to say I have been persecuted for evangelism, shot in the leg with a BB gun, and 2 attempted robberies just last year. I have been screamed at, hated on, and thrown off 2 buses because I offered the driver a Bible. Just in the last year. But I don't think everyone is out to get me and label me a hater as a result.

Acts5:41, Rapture Ready 77 Comments [7/24/2010 6:43:15 PM]
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Submitted By: Sherlockian
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Quote# 74614

Former bus driver has sued the Capital Area Rural Transportation System, charging that the nine-county transit service discriminated against him based on his religion when he was fired for refusing to drive a woman to a Planned Parenthood clinic in January.

Edwin Graning, who was hired as a driver on April 1, 2009, was “concerned that he might be transporting a client to undergo an abortion” when he was assigned to transport two women to Planned Parenthood, according to his lawsuit, filed this week in U.S. District Court in Austin.

Graning is seeking re-instatement, back pay and undisclosed damages for pain, suffering and emotion distress. He is represented by lawyers from the American Center for Law & Justice, founded by evangelical Christian leader Pat Robertson.

Edwin Graning, thestatesman.com 61 Comments [7/24/2010 6:41:32 PM]
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Submitted By: Liberty Libertine
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Quote# 74610

It's coming... persecution.

I really wonder sometimes when I'm handing out Bibles, how long I'll be ABLE to do it. How long before they shut down my providers of literature? How long before anything to do with evangelism is targeted?

I think that is one reason I feel so compelled to do it. Better get your tracts now while you still can.

On the positive side, did you know Bibles are a non-tax item in Texas?

Acts5:41, Rapture Ready 77 Comments [7/24/2010 6:39:42 PM]
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Quote# 74597

Harry Potter is wicked and shouldn't be supported by any Christian. Teens are trying witchcraft and experimenting with Satanism thanks to the Harry Potter series. I know someone who is probably demon possessed as an end result of this stuff. I don't care how enjoyable the stories are, they're wicked and from the pit of Hell and they're leading kids there.

Rick Schworer, Online Baptist 58 Comments [7/24/2010 6:37:57 PM]
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Submitted By: Jodie
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Quote# 74623

lions are felines, true.
lions and cats evolved from reptiles or others, false.

there is something called to adapt with the environment. color/nature/habits may change with the climate and other reasons. but the animal will remain the same.

let's take an example:
you take care of a tiger in your house. and with time, she loses his stripes. she will look all orange and white. but she is still a tiger. she will give birth to tiger cubs and they will grow to be tigers. if they continue like that. after a hundred years they will always be tigers... you can call them cats or big cats. but they won't grow horns or wings.

mythological creatures play a lot with evolutionists minds. the likes of Minotaur and pegasus are behind all this evolution hoax..

FullWhiteMoon, deviantART 66 Comments [7/24/2010 12:36:41 PM]
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Quote# 74620

[A Mormon explains the real reason for his church's backing of Prop 8, which outlawed gay marriage in California.]

As for the Prop 8 issue, I think the history of polygamy shows why Mormons are so concerned about legislation on marriage and the potential consequences of marriage legislation not going our way. When polygamy was outlawed their were several blatant violations of Mormons’ right to worship freely including the seizing of church property and the government temporarily unincorporating the Church. More recently, news stories reporting how businesspeople in Massachusetts were penalized for not wanting to support same-sex marriage added to Mormon fears that the legalization of same-sex marriage would eventually lead to infringements on our freedom to worship. While the Church hasn’t clearly detailed its motivations for getting involved in Prop 8, my opinion is that the issue was more about protecting religious freedom than discriminating against gays. This fear of violations of our religious freedom stems from numerous historical examples of the government violating Mormons’ religious freedoms combined with modern news stories from places where same-sex marriage is legal. (emphasis added)

socialsaint, Social Worker Latter-day Saint 43 Comments [7/24/2010 12:35:52 PM]
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Submitted By: Robert
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Quote# 74598

["how you can equate what Scripture is talking about (Satan worship, paganism, child sacrifice, ordering one's life around superstition, etc.) with fictional/fantastic literature that has no basis in true reality, and uses fanciful magic merely as a plot device."]


Witchcraft is "true reality" and not something to be toyed with. In high school a friend was toying with various aspects of witchcraft, things went wrong and his house burned down.

There have been those who practice witchcraft (by a variety of names) in this area who are known to have accomplished "magical" things.

If one proclaims fictional witchcraft to be acceptable, then that would logically extend to fictional works depicting "good" homosexuality or "good" adultery.

John 81, Online Baptist 48 Comments [7/24/2010 12:33:48 PM]
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Submitted By: Jodie
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Quote# 74578

I keep seeing Bush being brought up over and over. After just 18 months of hope and change, I am ready to change back! At least Bush wasn't a Marist, even if he was a liberal.

Only The Truth, Yahoo News 58 Comments [7/24/2010 12:30:39 PM]
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Submitted By: Whore of Spamylon
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Quote# 74566

[if me and my unmarried but obviously conjugal partner were not allowed to stay in the same bed (and using simple good manners to not have noisy sex) I would have BOTH of us stay in a hotel... and that's just one step away from not bothering to visit at all. If there is no secret that their relationship isn't just Victorian-era 'courting' ]

You aught to be glad that you don't live in my house. Because if you did, you would be out on your A** in a hot tick. Also I would not be paying for your collage ether because you now have a conjugal partner. He can start taking care of you and pay for all the stuff you need. Show No Respect You Get No Respect.

Bob, Dear Abby 44 Comments [7/24/2010 12:30:28 PM]
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Quote# 74646

To be born a Black person is biological genetics. Homosexuality is an acquired and learned sexual habit. That is not the same thing. It is an insult to Black people to equate sodomy with their skin color in which they had no choice. Homosexuals made an immoral sexual choice to practice deviancy, which is condemned by all civilized religion on the earth: Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Thus, if you are going to favor this indefensible sexual choice, you cannot equate it with racial genetics. That's not the right way to seek sympathy with racial minorities or to manipulate readers by emotional association with civil rights. Homosexuality is wrong, immoral, abnormal and unnatural. And homosexuals and lesbians can also CHOOSE to repent and leave it behind, which many have done. They returned to normal, healthy, moral and natural relations as forgien sinners who accepted God's love for their personal benefit and societal welfare.

lionofparadise, NYTimes 51 Comments [7/24/2010 4:21:51 AM]
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Submitted By: louislois
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Quote# 74576

Yes, if you are an atheist-evolutionist it might be better to deny the information-bearing nature of DNA altiogether.

But it is becoming painfully clear that the "simple cell" is an holistic information-processing and communication system of unparalleled complexity.

The "science" journals are staffed with ideological Darwinists who despise any criticism of their "theory". One can't even get a mildly critical letter to the editor of PNAS published let alone a manuscript.

SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS is what I have to say to you! Darwinism is kept alive through censorship.

FREE SCIENCE! REGIME CHANGE NOW!

Darwin's Nemesis, Pharyngula 64 Comments [7/24/2010 3:53:59 AM]
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Quote# 74609

[Re: I'll read the Bible if you read my holy book]

to me that's like someone saying, "i'll take a sip of your ice-cold spring water if you agree to take a sip of my cyanide."

i'd politely say, "no thanks".

ImOnStandby221, Rapture Ready 90 Comments [7/23/2010 10:45:01 AM]
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Quote# 74592

I'm not surprised that conservatives want DADT overturned. I do. I want it replaced with "Do ask, Do tell, Do dishonorably discharge."

The last thing we need are more people with honest-to-goodness mental problems in the military.

Antoninus , Free Republic 46 Comments [7/23/2010 10:44:37 AM]
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