Quote# 21726

People of the West of the Pope, are all inherently worshipping the devil, they have no consciousness of Allah, Exalted is He! and rely on the Pope to continue with this order of injustices and suffering in the world and lies and hatred of the truth. If I was to grip one person in the world for the suffering and injustices in the world, I get the Pope.

It is only the devil worshippers who want to continue for the world to suffer, to keep people away from truth and to continue worshipping the devil in their lives.

How have I found the people in the West, and left them dumbfounded with label devil worshippers. By looking through history and interpreting it, to show them the fallacy of the Trinity and how it effects the believers in Trinitarian, in that it makes them devil worshippers.

I shall not reveal to you my reason other than the one that means, if they were in the Jesus ' place and his situation they would have worshipped the devil. Isn’t that the reason that these people are all saying the devil can grant power on earth, so let us worship the devil.

The devil says 'look at him, look at him now' - points to Jesus on the cross
And they say, 'we hear you, we obey you, we worship you"
But when they see Jesus as they presumed raised from the dead, they say,'Jesus u r Lord, we worship u'-

Then they are confronted with the Jewish scriptures and decide God is one of three, and hold firm to their idea that Jesus is a god, which is all because they are all devil worshipping until Jesus comes back, then they are left dumbfounded, and make Jesus the worshipped but by doing so they are worshipping the devil, if they do that. For there is no god, except Allah, and Muhammad is His messenger.

kashif786, C4forums 17 Comments [3/6/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 805

To take away and believe that God is male and female is not good. God wants to be known as a masculine all powerful being, not a soft and omnigender being.Duane, your statement borders on serious misinterpretation and lowering of Gods image.

Badfish, Christian Forums 13 Comments [10/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 132908

Coming out as a conservative is harder than coming out as gay - A rap

Coming out as a conservative is harder than coming out as gay
You don’t wanna hear it but it’s what I gotta say
The priorities in our triggered society are flipped
so don’t you act like a little fucking bitch
Let’s be real you don’t give a fuck how it feels
When a conservative kid tells his friends he voted Trump
and the libtards kick him in the gut
gay people are accepted everywhere
but if you’re a conservative, people don’t care
about the rampant hatred, rage and shame
and tumblrinas giving us a bad name
Man, many people probably wish they were just gay
so they could have it the easier way
and wouldn’t have to pay the price
of maybe destroying their life because they had a different opinion
fuck your triggered opinions
You know I’m right
I won’t back down
I’ll put up a fight
I’m the villain of tumblr, Spike
So y’all gonna brush it off
but I’m tryna be honest and I’m tryna be funny
As the Logical Entrepreneur
Time itself is blurred
Tumblr and the 7 slurs.

traingirls-vs-trigglypuffs, Tumblr 23 Comments [10/12/2017 12:55:36 PM]
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Quote# 110600

I came across a review from prison planet, about the new Alexus car commercial, and how it was filled with illuminati symbolism.

I sensed that it may not be the best thing for me to be viewing at that time, but I went ahead and looked at it anyways.

As I read the article, I scrolled down the page, and as soon as I seen one of the Illuminati symbols, that looked like a line of black and while ghostly figures, I FELT a demon come through the computer screen. (It went right through me; definitely a creepy feeling.)

I immediately cast out the demon, and shut down the computer, but I was still too late.

One of my kids came rushing into my bedroom, his eyes still full of sleep, and asked me what it was that I had just encountered on the web.

There was no question from this child that I had just been surfing the web; he KNEW that the demon waking him up from his sleep and attacking him had come from my room and through the internet.

“Why?” I asked him. “What happened?”

He then described to me, the demon who had just come into his bedroom to try and attack him.

It sounded just like the black and white ghostly picture that I had just seen on that web page just moments before. The symbols were the same, so I knew it had to have come from that site.

As I apologized to my child, I realized that I may have to stop surfing the web late at night, for I did not want to disturb my kids sleep like this any more.

Dreams of Dunamis, Dreams of Dunamis 24 Comments [7/9/2015 3:27:03 AM]
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Quote# 118197

Never thought I'd see the day, in MY lifetime, that the Bible would be banned in schools and libraries across America. But, once again, predicted with absolute precision and accuracy by the very book in question! What a heartbreaking shame. You know you no longer live in a free society when mere words and entire books are banned. Particularly THIS one!
It is no coincidence that the Bible for generations has been regarded with reverence and respect. Bibles once permeated western society from courthouses, schools, and churches to prisons and hotel rooms. The number one book in distribution every single year since books have been in print, this book has stood the test of time and outlasted all of its critics. (Pretty clear that God has done His part in getting the Word out.) Intellectuals across every field throughout the ages were honoured to be considered Christians and held the Bible in highest regard. This monumental book taught generations of mankind law, morality and ethics, virtue and decency, how to love and how to forgive. Where are our children learning these things today?
The government? HOLLYWOOD!!?
Explains a lot, doesn't it.
Bizarro Amerika. Completely unrecognizable from her former glorious self. Where evil is declared good, and good evil. And any reminder of goodness and truth is summarily BANNED.
But thank God Almighty, it won't be long now... :)

The Last Trump, Christian News Network 26 Comments [4/16/2016 5:52:38 AM]
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Quote# 129457

Wouldn’t the destruction of the American government, wouldn’t that be a wonderful thing to see?

Dave Daubenmire, YouTube 19 Comments [7/18/2017 10:25:59 PM]
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Quote# 107139

What you believe about the Earth's past doesn’t just influence how you view it—your belief also determines how you view the future! Because of their beliefs about the past, many evolutionists are concerned that somehow mankind will be catastrophically wiped out and life as we know it will end on Earth. One of the most popular versions of this apocalyptic tale is that a massive asteroid, or several asteroids, will strike Earth and obliterate life. The Discovery Channel even recently made a video simulating what it would look like if a 500-kilometer (310-mile) asteroid smashed into the Pacific Ocean. According to their simulation, such an impact would destroy Earth and vaporize life.

Why is it that evolutionists are so concerned that humanity will someday be catastrophically destroyed? Well, according to man’s ideas about the past, life arose naturalistically and the universe is governed completely by the merciless laws of physics. According to their worldview, evolutionists contend there isn’t anyone upholding or sustaining the universe. We are simply at the mercy of naturalistic processes. Also, according to one evolutionary idea about the supposed dinosaur extinction event, a massive asteroid impact wiped out the dinosaurs about 65 million years ago. If such an event happened once before, what’s to stop it from happening again and wiping out humanity this time?

Those who start with the Bible, however, get a completely different picture of Earth’s future because we start with a different picture of Earth’s past. According to God’s Word, the universe is not here as the result of naturalistic processes. God created the universe and has imposed order on it. The universe is not strictly governed by unfeeling natural laws. God upholds and sustains the universe that He has made (Hebrews 1:3). And we don’t need to worry that an asteroid will obliterate life. The Bible has already told us how things will end—with judgment from God when Jesus Christ returns to Earth (2 Peter 3:10; Revelation 20:11–15). Those of us who have trusted in Christ as Savior have no fear of this coming judgment because our penalty for sin has already been paid by Jesus. But instead of fearing some hypothetical asteroid apocalypse, those who refuse to acknowledge Christ as Lord should fear this coming judgment, and it should bring them to repent and put their faith in Christ.

What starting point you begin with makes a big difference in how you view the past, present, and future. As Christians, we have no reason to fear man’s prediction about the future because we can know the God who sees the end from the beginning (Isaiah 46:9–10), and He has already told us how it will end—and He is in total charge of it all. We need to be bold in telling others about the history—and the future—that God has revealed to us in His Word and in encouraging them to put their faith and trust in Christ.

Ken Ham, Answers in Genesis 28 Comments [3/18/2015 3:06:29 AM]
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Quote# 55905

It seems that God is protecting the children of Israel, put not the children of Gaza. But who's fault is that? Not Israel for sure. At least those children in Gaza who die are in Jesus arms now. (praying smilie) ing for Gods will be done.

Jec, rr 31 Comments [1/14/2009 4:21:28 AM]
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Quote# 23340

A few posts in this thread have been edited or deleted. Several books have been mentioned that we are not familiar with, and though they may not be bad books, we can not allow them to be promoted.

Hope ya'll understand!

Mrs. Kellie, Teens-4-Christ 47 Comments [4/8/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 125947

An Iowa state representative is under fire after saying women who miscarry after 20 weeks of pregnancy should be forced to carry their dead fetuses to term.

During a hearing Wednesday of Senate File 471, which would clear the way for a state ban on abortions after the 20-week mark, Republican Rep. Shannon Lundgren — the manager of 471 — faced a question from fellow Rep. John Forbes, a Democrat.

Noting that he has a daughter who is 20 weeks pregnant, Forbes asked that under the bill, would his daughter have to carry her child to term even if a doctor told her there was no longer a heartbeat.

"Is that good medicine?" Forbes wondered.

Lundgren's response:

"This bill wasn't written for the intent to protect or govern on the side of the woman. It was written to save babies' lives, giving the choice and being the voice of those babies...that don't have one. I understand what you're saying—this fetus, this baby, is not alive. I would concur that in that instance, if your daughter's life is not in danger, that yes, she would have to carry that baby."

Shannon Lundgren, SF Gate 39 Comments [4/2/2017 7:29:08 PM]
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Quote# 69615

[ Katie:please stop quoting the daily mail in your recent news section, the daily mail don't report news, they reported twisted lies and falsities. ]

Katie, I'm afraid we can't separate the religious worldview from the actions. Explain to us why we have islamic extremists causing terrorism all around the world and not Christian extremists? Are we seriously to believe that the different behaviours have nothing to do with the examples set by the founders of those reli...gions?

discounting the daily mail as a reputable source for news is fine by me as long as we can also discount the Guardian and the BBC. You have to wonder why those other media organisations don't report these important stories about the marginalisation of Christianity in Britain.

David Thomas, Facebook| Britain is a Christian country! 60 Comments [1/20/2010 2:44:17 AM]
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Quote# 137723


Creative Blkk coming with a new video expression my emotions on my experience as a homosexual, and just wanting to get closer to God, and the reason why I couldn't because of the sin I was holding on to.. I am not here to judge anyone only God can do those things. I ask you pray for me as I pray for you.. Be bless, so many more videos coming soon. LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, AND COMMENT I would love to hear you story, and if you or struggling with this you are not alone please reach out to someone if you feel it is me email me at give2god1@gmail.com

creative_blkk, YouTube 23 Comments [4/7/2018 6:35:28 AM]
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Quote# 113667

Someone recently recommended I take a look at Ted Kaczynski’s Manifesto, stating that Kaczynski foresaw a lot of problems with modern culture that we write about here. After reading it, I have to agree that the “Unabomber” clearly understood what society was up against, a full decade before the development of the manosphere.

The media has done a good of painting Kaczynski as a deranged madman, but I found his writing to be clear and perceptive. His manifesto connected some loose dots I had between Neil Postman’s work, which described what we have lost through technology, and this community’s observations that the juggernaut of leftism is destroying what remains of traditional culture.

Kaczynski states that leftism and technology go hand in hand, because the collectivism and control that leftism requires cannot be accomplished without technology. The more advances we have with technology, the more it will be used to further progressivism, which includes a decrease in individual rights and an increase in authoritarian state control. I recommend you read the entirety of the manifesto here. In the meanwhile, the most important passages are below.


Kaczynski’s manifesto made me realize that the solutions I have proposed to improve modern society would not stem the tide of advances in technology and leftist degeneracy. By the time we identify one problem, isolate it, and solve it, more degenerate leftist causes would have been pushed down our throats alongside technological advances that make our counter-movement all seem fruitless. Up to this point, we’re hacking at little branches, especially when we attack the useful idiots in the form of individual feminists and social justice warriors, while the roots of evil are becoming ever stronger.

As long as the system is in place, any victory we achieve will only be short-term in scope. Such a victory could last a couple generations, but once the dust settles and the globalists re-gather their footing, they will use the existing technological, industrial, and banking frameworks to not only gain what they lost, but learn from their past mistakes and control humanity even tighter.

The question we must ask ourselves before proceeding is if we want the system to die or not. Kaczynski suggests that it is all or nothing, and assuming he’s right, we either have to get ready to throw away urban living, industrialization, and virtually all technology, or be reduced to putting out small fires that don’t begin to reverse a worldwide societal decline. As a man who has never lived in a rural setting, I remain undecided about how best to continue.

In spite of my hesitation to hop on board with Kaczynski’s message that the entire system must be destroyed, I am convinced that as long as it’s in place, we will continue to see a neverending drive towards authoritarian liberalism and parasitic globalism that erodes national sovereignty and our individual humanity. A worldwide economic collapse may temporarily bruise the elite and usher in a mini-age of traditionalism, but once the world recovers, they’ll likely resume right where they left off.

Roosh, Return of Kings 28 Comments [10/18/2015 4:39:38 AM]
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Quote# 113027

Contrary to what you’ve been taught by the Church, the Holy Spirit really wasn’t sitting there dictating what He wanted these men to write. Certainly no one wrote anything apart from God’s will, but God wills for a lot of stupidity to happen in this world. The fact that something is written in the Bible doesn’t make it right or wise. We find a lot of really stupid statements made in the Bible, along with some blatant lies about how God operates.

Anna Diehl, The Pursuit of God 37 Comments [9/22/2015 3:57:28 AM]
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Quote# 5738

The persecution you speak of like Churches being shut down,Bibles being burned, etc. may not be happening yet,but could happen soon. Do you deny that the secularists in this country headed by groups like the ACLU want to completely remove Christianty from our society?

Russ, Rapture Ready 6 Comments [12/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 56752

Since you are an atheist your arguments are meaningless to me because they rely on logic...

Caneman, Carm 60 Comments [1/21/2009 3:05:10 AM]
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Submitted By: Lord Sillynipples
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Quote# 44814

Specter's quote: "He's (Ghandi) a lying, murdering, thieving, adulterer who denies God. If you consider that a good person, your standards are low."

[By God's standards Mother Teresa is a horrible bitch who deserves to burn in hell too, and babies, and well everyone except himself. Yet he exhibits all sorts of bad traits but you Christians pretend that it magically doesn't count when God acts like a jealous, petty, megomaniacal, murderous madman.

I would consider Ghandi or actually, any of the people on this board to be better than your vicious, vile deity. My standards aren't low pal, yours are.]

afacelessatheist, it's not my place to judge Mother Theresa. However, I have my doubts about anyone professing Roman Catholicism as authentic Christianity. I sincerely hope that Mother Theresa (who DID model a Christ-like life and attempt to bring glory to God, unlike Gandhi) had an authentic and living faith in Christ as her savior, and was not looking to the pope, the sacraments, or the Roman Catholic church for her salvation. If she decided to live a Christ-like life in the hopes that her behavior would pardon her sins and get her into heaven, then I'm afraid God will not be impressed. What God is looking for is faith in Christ, not good works. The only question God will ask ANYONE at the judgment seat is not "did you try your best?," but rather "how did you respond to my Son?" I hope that when God asks Mother Theresa why she should be allowed into Heaven, that she will (or, I should say, has) respond(ed) "because Jesus died for my sins," not "because I was a good Roman Catholic."

MessianicServant (SpecterSparten), FSTDT 33 Comments [8/13/2008 12:17:33 PM]
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Quote# 88313

Extraterrestrial microbes pose no threat to the creation model. I maintain, after consulting with one whose opinions I respect, that a large amount of water, mud and rock escaped into space on the occasion of the Global Flood. Some of it splattered onto Mars. That the mud held microbes is not a stretch.

Terry Hurlbut, Conservative News and Views 65 Comments [7/15/2012 3:45:23 AM]
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Quote# 3347

And had you been caught by one of them [the tornados you mentioned], you would be dodging pitchforks right now.

Evolskeptic, CreationTalk 6 Comments [6/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 67877

----If I want to get married to my partner of 4 years then I should be allowed to because my doing so doesn't affect you at ALL.---

It does affect me and my children through the social acceptance of deviant behavior and the deteriation of society due to it.

SamVimes, Dragonmount 74 Comments [12/1/2009 7:56:11 PM]
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