Quote# 7625

The other alternative is for homosexuals to stay away from straight folk, far away...like Canada or something.

Rev Prez, Internet Infidels 5 Comments [7/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 70339

7.7 The argument from religious need

1. Human beings really need God
2. What humans really need, probably really exists
3. Therefore, God really exists

Mariano, Creation Ministries International 59 Comments [2/12/2010 5:21:56 PM]
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Quote# 2951

This because evolutionists are acting CONSISTENTLY with a world view that says we are just rearranged pond scum, so there is no transcendent source of objective morality. Therefore it is perfectly CONSISTENT with their world view to bear false witness. After all, morality is merely some chemical process in the brain that conferred some survival advantage on their alleged ape-life ancestors. Conversely, creationists have strong motivation to be truthful, because Jesus is 'the truth' (John 14:6). So on this grounds alone, it makes more sense to trust creationist websites like Answers in Genesis and Institute for Creation Research over the gutter sites run by the infudgels etc.

Socrates, Theology Web 7 Comments [4/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 95971

You are right, evolutionism does not deny a creator, but evolutionists do. An overwhelming majority of evolutionists are also atheists, and the two beliefs are as inextricably linked as PETA and vegetarianism, (theistic evolution is a pathetic joke from a Christian perspective and is perpetuated by people who don't understand true faith.) Also, my reason for mentioning my opinion of atheism was because a previous poster had already brought up the issue of evolutionism and atheism ("Evolution is one of the biggest lies ever made. It's main goal, is that people stop believing in God...") When you say "unsubstantiated assertions" you assume I must use science to provide proof for my assertion, but I was merely explaining the reasoning behind my opinion (yes, opinion. I don't claim to have ALL the facts.) I generally don't care if anyone is actually swayed by my statements (I was venting.) As for the counter-example, it proposes a process involving the eye actually gaining new abilities and not just adapting (A nearsighted, colorblind, creature with no depth perception will either survive, genes unchanging, or it will die, genes still unchanging. It will never need new abilities.) It is in no way a counter-example to my statements. Biased, pseudo-scientific speculation will always be defeated by cold reasoning and spiritual truth.

"when presented with an apple, one may look at it and conclude that is indeed an apple, or he may spend years trying to come up with a theory that will prove it is actually an expertly crafted fraud. I think it is probably just an apple" , Wikipedia:Talk 18 Comments [8/15/2013 3:51:22 AM]
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Quote# 70808

(In response to the question, "do you think that Jesus would approve of our use of waterboarding?")

Yes I think Jesus would approve, absolutely. Jesus used violence in carrying a whip in clearing out the Temple for the greater good. If I love my neighbor as I am taught to do, and I see my neighbor beating his wife and children and can only save them using violence, I believe God would approve not in His perfect will but in His permissive will to saving their lives. Which is why there is war in Scripture.....Any woman having a child born naturally, has suffered much more then a "waterboarding" done to save lives ...I don't think it is torture.....

Diane S, CARM 53 Comments [2/21/2010 8:43:31 AM]
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Quote# 1209

I don't think someone understands justice or basic Christian doctrine. There are many worse things in life than <a href="http://asylumeclectica.com/malady/archives/harlequin.htm">Harelquin Fetus syndrome</a>." [Warning: click that last link at the risk of your sanity...]

khazul, POD Warrior Forum 2 Comments [11/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 119089

If there is no God, then there is no bible. If there is no bible, then there are no absolutes. If there are no absolutes, then there is no morality. If there is no morality, then men get to choose which laws are to be lived by and then there basically is no law........... there is only lawlessness.

Amos Moses, Christian News Network 17 Comments [5/20/2016 6:23:52 PM]
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Quote# 66428

It is my understanding that all male Muslim children expect to be sexually assaulted by adult Muslim men. It seems to be a standard practice.

I also rather suspect that adult male homosexuality is very common and also a standard practice, at least among unmarried males.

It goes back to the way they keep their females locked up and prohibit contact with men that are not family members.

larry hagedon, Free Republic 81 Comments [10/8/2009 4:06:55 PM]
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Quote# 42342

[In response to the poll question "Are you a mammal?"]

It's my understanding that mammals are animals, of which humans are not. Before I was saved/born again, I used to believe in evolution. Then, I read the account in Genesis and realized that evolution was directly contrary to what the Bible taught, and therefore could not be accurate.

I chose to believe the Bible in its account of creation rather than Darwin's theory (not fact) of evolution.


Ann Doupont, Christian Forums 69 Comments [7/6/2008 7:39:53 PM]
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Quote# 30847

[Commenting on an article about Jesus Camp]

What an unfair and biased hack job this article is. It's insulting great swaths of folks across America, and portrays things incorrectly. This film was edited to produce a hostile reaction to the camp, and towards Christianity in general. Check out the producers of this film. You Brits have thrown away Christianity the way you are throwing away your soverignty. Your churches are deserted, almost deserted, or being turned into Mosques. Maybe this writer has a hostility towards Christianity because he's from a different religion. Or an athiest. Or maybe he's gay and can't stand the condemnation. Whatever. Just don't believe this bunk. It's mostly because of Chrtistianity that Americans are the most generous folks in the world. Check out the stats.

Mitzi, Daily Telegraph 33 Comments [11/5/2007 10:02:25 PM]
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Quote# 121187

[This is one of the more bizarre parts of a series of books documenting “spirit visions” that the author claims were given to him when, in his own words, “The Lord Jesus Christ appeared to me Personally on 6th November 2006.” For readability’s sake, I have combined several one-sentence “paragraphs” in the original. —shy]

Monitored by the Queen of the Coast

During the wee hours of the morning of the 2nd June, the same recurring Spirit revelation loomed before me. My spirit knew that the exact image as illustrated above was the queen of the coast. This evil spirit was very beautiful and good looking, but exerted evil beyond what you and I could ever imagine.

Although she was very attractive I saw that from her waist down she was formed like a fish. She had very long auburn hair spanning down to her waist. This inexplicable abomination stood afar off watching, watching and just watching. I knew that we were to face the great anger of the queen of the coast. Mom had told me that we were being attacked by the evil queen of the coast and we suffered several weeks of her demonic attacks.

She stood at quite a distance contemplating her diabolical scheme; my spirit also knew that it was not yet given to her to come close to me. Her cunning and crafty intentions were a continuous, cruel, cold deception. I knew and understood that Christ End-Time Ministries was the next victim. I saw that this evil spirit would entrap and take control of any situation. While relating this to mom, I became very sick, but as soon as we went into warfare prayers this evil spirit fled.

The following night, I was given another Spirit Revelation in which I was shown that mail was sent to the queen of the coast. As Christ End-Time Ministries gathered, I was given a letter written by the pastor, but before it was sealed and posted I read the first line – “The Queen of the Coast”. We understood this to be a strong firm warning to her. The envelope was addressed to “The Queen of the Coast”.

As I threw it into the local post box, I was given Spirit vision in which the postman collected all the mail. Then after delivering the local mail, he also took her mail to the City in the Ocean. That morning, mom shared with me that there was a knock at the front door. Two men in black suits stared at her before they greeted, offering their gospel. She noticed that their appearance was as though it had been chiselled into a very hard, deep look.

“Are you Jehovah’s Witness?” she said firmly.

“Yes,” came the reply. “Sorry, not accepted.”

They did not know that before the knock came that the gift of discernment was manifesting at its peak. They turned to stare at the front door before disappearing. All it took was just a stare to place an initiation which caused a severe explosion on her forehead.

“Yes, an undercover demon disguised as ‘religion’,” mom said.

“These are undercover agents for the queen of the coast, so determined”, mom said as I prayed for her.

Anonymous / Christ End Time Ministries, Spiritual Warfare & The Purple Road: Book 12 18 Comments [8/19/2016 3:53:11 AM]
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Quote# 113969

It is obvious that Satan wants to divert the attention from this evil to an allegedly more evil thing imaginable – i.e. the alleged Sci-Fi marriages between fallen angels and the daughters of men. Pawson says:

Deborah, discerning the world 12 Comments [1/14/2016 3:46:39 PM]
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Quote# 69644

Well that has to be just wrong with your Yule and all, and your Eoster or whatever, You people must have stolen the Christian Holidays and made them your own, how dare you!

(next post)

I am serious, How is it that Wiccans, Pagans and Christians have the same Holy days in common?

The Pagans must have stolen them and Paganized them.

Jacob_Rising, Sean Hannity Forums 71 Comments [1/19/2010 1:01:04 PM]
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Quote# 89223

[discussing the Global Atheist Convention]

I like the part about basing laws on rational thought and evidence. It echoes a sentiment that is a driving force in the atheist community right now, namely the idea that society must develop a set of moral values that is not rooted in any kind of supernatural belief system. I think it could end up being a really good thing that the leaders of modern atheism are coming together to discuss this, because this is an idea that needs a lot more exploration.

The New Atheists and their brethren in the secular humanist movement like to advocate for a godless value system where acceptance and goodwill toward others are prized, where people are free to be kind and loving out of the goodness of their hearts, and not because some man in the sky tells them to do so. While I appreciate the sentiment behind wanting to add more peace and love to the world, I just don’t think this works. And I can’t help but wonder if that might become clear to others as well at one of these atheist conventions.

The group of GAC attendees will undoubtedly contain a lot of intelligent, free thinking types, and so I’d imagine that it will only be a matter of time before folks start questioning the assumptions behind these ideas. For example: Yes, you can defend a peace- and love-based moral code from a purely atheistic point of view. You can point to the fact that more humans survive when we live in harmony together, that we may have an “altruistic gene” that makes us want to do nice things for others, etc. But who’s to say that harmony and survival for the greatest number of people should be our highest goals? You could just as easily advocate for a values system in which the survival of the fittest is the highest aim, and the weak are considered worthless and expendable. It sounds revolting, and it is. But it’s also perfectly defensible from an atheistic point of view.

I imagine that one day someone will get on the stage at one of these conferences, and propose a new moral code in which the the strong exterminate the weak and take all their possessions for themselves, thus ushering in a glorious age where only the most superior genes remain in the gene pool. Everyone in the crowd will gasp and fidget uncomfortably…and then realize that they cannot argue against it without stepping outside of their own atheist-materialist worldview. They’ll find themselves tempted to appeal to the transcendent to make their case, wanting to have blind faith in the fact that love should be prized above all else, believing that self-sacrifice is always better than selfishness, regardless of what the latest scientific studies say.

I hope that these events really will provide a forum for questioning assumptions and asking tough questions as much as they claim they will. Because when they do, the nearby churches will be flooded with post-convention crowds.

Jennifer Fulwiler, National Catholic Register 50 Comments [8/28/2012 3:55:49 AM]
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Quote# 5392

It may seem strange but I agree that it [AIDS] is a punishment from God. Why don't you test it and see for yourself. Be a homosexual and practice all the evil that God don't want and you will get your foolish outcome until to your next generations.

ValenII, Christian Forums 5 Comments [11/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 18679

Perhaps, but don't expect to achieve eternal life through evolutionism. No matter how much or how little evidence there is for Creationism, it might be a good idea to believe in God, just in case He does exist.

Monkey Mooser, Star Wars message boards 43 Comments [12/28/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 58213

If religion is just a cock show like you're implying, then militant atheists are the biggest dicks of all.

That's not a compliment, either.

At least religions hold interfaith dialogues and form organizations dedicated to such, trying to promote understanding and increase acceptance of differing beliefs despite the extremist nutjobs people focus on. Hell, there was a big one this July, involving Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, and Islam.

Compared to that, what do atheists do?

Protest church gatherings, pull fire alarms at church-affiliated day care centers and sprinkle anti-religious specious rhetoric on the front lawn, or demand the banning of books even vaguely related to religion.

I'd love to say that's just another case of nutjobs, but atheists have yet to produce their own organizations and movements dedicated to tolerance and acceptance of religion. It's rather telling when you see things like this, and you see prominent atheist writers praise their beliefs as "the removal of bad ideas."

Atheists as the theology equivalent to Wikipedian deletionists like Dragonfiend, trying to destroy what they do not (or will not) understand. Who knew?

many1337numbers, flickr 47 Comments [2/15/2009 5:30:18 PM]
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Quote# 104085

I wonder whether people in the American movie business are aware of the pink ghetto phenomenon, and are trying to preserve their dominance in the global movie industry. If the film industry were to become more female, like education, medicine and law, perhaps it would lose some of its vitality and prestige. Because the industry commands such awesome cultural power, its leaders are loathe to move in that direction.

Think about it: with the competition opened up to hordes of cheaper female labor, how much room would there be for mega-millionaire directors like Steven Spielberg and George Lucas?

W. F. Price, The Spearhead 29 Comments [10/14/2014 2:45:58 AM]
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Quote# 100333

If these bureaucrats are going to say that we can’t mention Creation anywhere in school, I ask them this question: Are you telling me that the Declaration of Independence is unconstitutional? Because the Declaration of Independence talks about our Creator, it says we are endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights, it says that we were created. Please don’t tell me the Declaration of Independence is unconstitutional. I think I know what Thomas Jefferson would do, the man who said that taxation without representation is tyranny, if he were to come back to America today and find that his tax dollars were going to pay public school teachers to teach his school children that his Declaration of Independence was unconstitutional, I think he’d start the Second American Revolution.

Frank Turek, Right Wing Watch 65 Comments [4/2/2014 3:30:58 AM]
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Quote# 6458

Atheist Forum or Satanic Forum?.. I think the Politics section of this board should be renamed either to Atheist Forum or Satanic Forum. The majority of people who post their Bible-hating drivel on here are non-Christians. And it seems none of the forum rules apply to them but only to Christians.

Warrior Monk, Christian Forums 1 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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