Quote# 41984

I understand what you are saying and I respect you and the arguments you have advanced on this forum but there are a lot of good people in hell. Heaven Is reached through Christ alone and without Christ there is only hell. It may not be fair because some people never even get the chance to hear about Jesus and some people are brainwashed into atheism but it is what it is.

Bringer-of-Light, PhysOrg 57 Comments [6/29/2008 11:56:37 PM]
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Submitted By: TheDoc

Quote# 28252

A few weeks ago a mans cell phone went off during the most critical part of the invitation. It may have distracted someone who was about to make a decision. I felt sorry for the guy, but his carelessness could have very well cost someone their soul.

No2Flesh, RaptureReady 46 Comments [8/15/2007 11:41:23 AM]
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Quote# 134891

Replying to @vanOnselenP

48% is not a Majority. A Postal Survey Rort with Fraud isnt a Plebiscite. No Deal. #auspol #politas

Marriage Reality, Twitter 17 Comments [12/6/2017 2:11:51 AM]
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Submitted By: Chris

Quote# 134960

1. Freedom and liberty are the foundation of our republic. Those should be the top priorities.

2. Same-sex “marriage” is a figment of the liberal imagination. For THOUSANDS of years, people knew what the word “marriage” meant. When the court starts redefining not only laws, but the definition of words that used to have a well-understood meaning, they create chaos, confusion, and the breakdown of society.

All those on the court who were STUPID enough to vote in favor of same-sex “marriage” should be removed from the bench for total incompetence. Even a 5-year-old would have more common sense than that.

generally, Free Republic 5 Comments [12/8/2017 7:58:55 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 25790

3.) if we evolved...why don't we eveolve today? IN PUBLIC...why (if u still believe in the sasquach) must we do it in private, away form scientist that can record it? and don't tell me "because we are perfectly adapt and no longer need 2 evolve" because, if we came from monkey's, why don't they evolve since thier not perfectly adapt? scientist have been watching and waiting 2 c if thier lab animals will evolve rite b4 thier eyes 4 centuries and what have they got? NOTHING!! did they/ we just all the sudden decide 2 stop evolving the moment man was able 2 record it? it's stupid.

will it ever end!!...

crazy4starwars006, Star Wars Forums 51 Comments [5/29/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: gibberingfool

Quote# 134948

Why are there age limits? why can't i marry a 12-year old?

Literally because of feminists.

No one in the entire world had a problem with this and it was common to marry off young 13-14 year old girls to older men all over Europe and even America until the fucking Suffragettes and later Feminists ruined that for everyone by making it illegal.

It's social programming and manipulation only, there is no scientific basis to restrict it to such an arbitrary age. All cries of "not fully developed" and rekt by the fact nature says''s they are physically capable of childbirth at 13 due to first period, and mentally, it goes according to individual. Most adult women are not mentally mature enough to "handle" sex today anyways it's a bullshit excuse used by American puritans and idiot fathers who want their daughters to remain pure until death.

Anonymous, 4plebs 9 Comments [12/8/2017 6:35:28 AM]
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Quote# 21888

If God did not send billions of people to Hell, I would not worship Him

Brent, FSTDT 79 Comments [3/10/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: seeker

Quote# 21957

But looking past that, having no God means that whoever is the biggest, fastest, meanest or strongest becomes the boss. There is no justice other than what humanity comes up with, which is purely in the eyes of the beholder, and even more so the giver. Think of Mao, Stalin, the current leader of Iran.

dwgerard, Military.com 48 Comments [3/11/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 134958

I’d be pretty upset too, if I just found out the tens of thousands of dollars I’d spent on college, not to mention the years of study, was wasted.

Dr. Myhre appears to have majored in ‘Climate Communication’ with a minor in ‘Being Triggered’. I’m sure her professors all assured her that there would be many great career opportunities for her upon graduation, but WHOOPS, Trump got elected, and suddenly it’s no longer the end of a career to admit in public that you have some doubts about the whole Climate Crisis.

We are looking at the end game for the Climate Alarm, and we will see many more such melt downs as more of the Faithful come to face the fact that the population regard their religion as a scam. Or worse, a joke.

schitzree, Watt's Up With That 1 Comments [12/8/2017 7:58:49 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 134959

The recent developments in Climate Science and the rise of cultural Marxism shows that there could be some truth in the theory that the human race has peaked, but it has not been caused by Climate Change but by the rise of Left socialism.

ntesdorf, Watt's Up With That 4 Comments [12/8/2017 7:58:51 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 134944

I think that God, in His omniscience, gave us "crap options A and B" because that is what our country has been asking for for a long time. Just as Israel wanted a king, against the rule of God.........our country has been kicking God out of everything and wanting nothing even resembling Him here. So, He gave us our wish. Trump and Hillary. No matter which one got elected, it would result in the mess we have now. It is NOT going to get any better, folks. We are in the last of the last days, and judgement is in process. Come soon, Lord Jesus.

kathymendel, Rapture Ready 11 Comments [12/7/2017 2:18:59 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 134961

Common sense is why he’s President Trump. This is a no-brainer, and the kind of thing you can’t poll, because everyone wants to think they are tolerant and progressive socially. But it makes absolutely no sense, at a minimum, to enlist additional recruits whose main commitment in life is to be a different gender than what their chromosomes indicate. My guess is that the majority of thinking people found the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy good enough, and it should have been kept that way.

scottinoc, Free Republic 4 Comments [12/8/2017 7:58:58 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 134962

OK the president is not “stopping them from serving” They can enlist in the military, but as the gender they were born with, and if they continue to live as the gender they were born with...

Why would a person who will be “disabled” from the get go, be able to enlist in the military ??? They cannot be used on the front lines, they cannot even be sent to a foreign country...

The “transgenders” have to stay stateside and near a city where there is a doctor and a hospital that specializes in loping off various parts and sewing on others...

The trannie goes into the military probably already on a hormone regime...that needs to be constantly monitored...so he cant be sent to the fr4ontlines...theres no trannie doctors in the deserts of Afghanistan...Since the military hospitals and doctors are not specialized in trannie medicine, he must go to a private hospital and those would be in a city...so he must be stationed near a city...I imagine Los Angeles AFB and Fort Hamilton would soon be well stocked with military personnel on partial duty and very light duty...

Then theres the operation...he would be on convalescence/sick leave for weeks and months and then probably get out since hes disabled...probably medical retirement...and then those very expensive female hormones will be free for the rest of his life...

Oh and then theres his “spouse” needing a tuck or 2 also...CHAMPUS pays 80% for off base medical treatment for military spouses (OB/GYN etc)...but if the “spouse” is in the military that tab would be paid by the taxpayer also...SOOO if he wants to go into the military sans the gender rearrangements, don’t ask don’t tell ...

Tennessee Nana, Free Republic 1 Comments [12/8/2017 7:59:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 134975

How many times to I have to say this -
The alternative to physical determinism is spiritually determined, which releases us from the shackles of the unavoidable physically determined cause and effect scenario, allowing the power of our God given soul to wilfully interact with this world. I have never asserted that that conscious awareness and wilful interaction is random. It is driven by our conscious will, not by the unavoidable consequences to previous physical events.

Alan Burns, Religion and Ethics 2 Comments [12/8/2017 7:59:50 AM]
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Submitted By: NearlySane

Quote# 134976

(in answer to the question if a decision is neither determined or random, how would it be made?)

Well I have talked about precedence and equivalence. The decision for or against personal commitment to God is both unprecedented(what material influence could possibly help you out in that decision and is without equivalence (given that there is consequential mediocrity with all other choices).

Private Frazer, Religion and Ethics 1 Comments [12/8/2017 7:59:53 AM]
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Submitted By: NearlySane

Quote# 7172

...we don't know what technology Noah might have used to give each of the animals the best environment as possible. As for freshwater fish, Noah didn't need to have an aquarium. You are assuming that all the water around the earth had to be either SALTY or FRESH! And what basis do you have for this assumption? None. I personally would not know for sure whether the flood was all salty, partly salty in only certain regions of the globe, or all fresh, but I see no reason to not believe that some areas were salty and others fresh.

Lysimachus, Someplace Somewhere 4 Comments [5/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 134899

(a comment on an article titled, "Will 'nones' make America more liberal?")

Hopefully not! But, with the constant indoctrination in schools and colleges by rabid left wing anti USA socialists what else would you expect?

zeke, Newberry Observer 4 Comments [12/6/2017 12:21:24 PM]
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Submitted By: Thanos6

Quote# 134915

One of the points at the end is protection of private parts from Djin. This is true to some extend. I married a Muslim woman and the marriage was hell. The woman was tortured by spirits. When she goes to bathroom somebody stood outside to assist her if Djin attacked.

If thus was limited to her we could think that it could be some kind of delusion. But slowly slowly it started attacking me. In Islam you can not remain aloof. Powerful spirits will haunt you till the time you submit to Allah. They do so much in the physical plane where they could be caught. So you can guess how much more they would do on spiritual plane.

Peterson, Bare Naked Islam 8 Comments [12/6/2017 2:42:54 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 21949

You can point to characters in Starwars as being a) The Messiah b) The Anti-Christ c) The Devil etc. "Big deal, the're only characters". Everything in Starwars, is happening right now. It's a prophetic story unfolded in 6 different episodes.

LucasSkywalker21, StarWars.com forums 62 Comments [3/11/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 134914

(This fundie is talking about the ALF, a terrorist animal rights group that harasses researchers.)

I think they keep a low profile bec they advocate nonviolent but sometimes illegal methods of reducing animal suffering.

Like resistance groups during ww2 or civil rights activists in the 60's, there are animal activists willing to risk their own freedom to reduce the suffering of other sentient beings.

From a consequentialist ethics perspective that includes animal well-being, 'stealing' foie gras ducks and freeing them, (non-violently) sabotaging lab equipment used for animal vivisection, going undercover to videotape animal abuse at factory farms and slaughterhouses, or the Sea Shepherds' harassing Whaling ships, are not wrong but morally desirable actions.

But our omnivore society's laws disagree, for now.

Absurdly, the US Goverment labels such animal activists (along with environmentalist groups) as 'terrorists.'

What a joke equating someone who lives to prevent cruelty and terror with a Fundamentalist monster who lives to inflict cruelty and terror. Pretty ironic...

joelbny, VeggieViews 5 Comments [12/6/2017 2:42:51 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 134912

Vote no to mus slums with your wallets. Never buy or sell anything to or from a mus slum. Good to see that France is finally getting it that is slam is the problem. I fear it is too little too late. However every little bit helps.

cat, Bare Naked Islam 8 Comments [12/6/2017 2:41:28 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 21967

Evolutionists prey on the ignorant and gullible. They know the vast majority of the population knows nothing of genetics or molecules or bacteria – so that’s where they go for their so-called “proof” of evolution. They like to hide their proof in dark corners where nobody can see it.

supersport, CARM 67 Comments [3/11/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 134901

I don't appreciate your subtle attempt to make the Alt-Right synonymous with neo-Nazism. Neo-Nazis make the argument that non-Whites served in the German war effort during WWII. The Alt-Right rarely ever talks about that topic.
As to the talking point that we do actually make quite often about our support for nationalism for all people; well, for starters we do actually support that. But contrary to your claim, we aren't really trying to appeal to non-Whites when we make that argument. Who we're really appealing to with that argument is blue-pilled White people who we're trying to gradually red-pill.
But as to your overall point that it's bizarre for us to appeal to non-Whites; I pretty much agree. I've never understood why so many White Nationalists throughout history have tried to form alliances with black nationalists and the like. It never went anywhere or accomplished anything of note - besides maybe the creation of Liberia.
Whites are a very self-reliant, highly organized, and competent race. We've never needed the aid of outsiders in order to create highly successful nations and empires all across this planet, or ideological movements for that matter. That's why attempts to create alliances with non-Whites strikes me as being inherently alien to our people. We dominated other races and dictated their actions whether they liked it or not.
And while I'm not exactly advocating that we go back to that era of world domination and militant White Supremacy, I do think that our efforts to uncuck our race and stand up for ourselves again should be an entirely self-contained movement. Why should non-Whites have a say in whether or not Whites should comprise a majority of the population in White countries? It's not their decision. Just like it's not the decision of non-Asians to decide if China or Japan should remain majority Asian.
And the entire idea that a large number of non-Whites would want to work with us in achieving these goals strikes me as being completely delusional. Non-Whites can smell the weakness in modern Whites from a mile away. They know that we've been turned into a bunch of pathologically self-loathing cucks by liberal ideology. They're perfectly happy with the rainbow coalition keeping a boot on our necks as they flood into our countries and leech off of our success. They like the idea of Whites becoming minorities in their own countries and gradually getting blended out of existence. That's because they're still butthurt over the colonial era.
And why would non-Whites risk getting dominated by a self-confident White race again by giving us a helping hand when what they really want to do is take advantage of this window of White weakness and grind our head into the mud even deeper so that we can never recover?
This is our struggle and our responsibility. We can't look to non-Whites to save us from ourselves.

CertifiedRabbi, Reddit 13 Comments [12/6/2017 12:22:16 PM]
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Quote# 21879

Where oh where is the fear and reverence of God these days? This woman on Comedy Central pretending to sleep with God, this guy down in Florida claiming to be Jesus (he knows good and well that he isn't), all the false prophets on tv, mockery of Christianity with the Da Vinci code, these claims of finding Jesus' tomb, etc., etc., etc.

I remember back when I was young people respected Christians.

This world is sick, sick, sick!
it truly has to be the endtime.

I sincerely hope we don't have to put up with much more of this. I wonder when he'll say ENOUGH of this foolishness? God has to be so [mad emote].

ifnot4him, Rapture Ready 33 Comments [3/10/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 21950

Haha, time isnt an issue to a Buddist. You lead a pious life, you seek knowlege, and become Enlightened. When you die, your soul just reincarnates to a different body, depending on how nice you were previously. Luckily, the Buddists will be human again (Or something more, if they have enough points or whatever), but the rest that are crappy people will be bugs and other creepy crawlies. A large ironic karma situation in the end Very Happy Therefore, nice people have infinate amounts of time to become Enlightened." - I would rather die (in oblivion) than follow any theology resembling this. Fortunatley it's wrong. Also it doesn't make any sense. You can think of some ludicrous arguments - eg. what happens to people who get reincarnated as bacteria, then someone comes along with some disinfectant? Helping other people actually does make a lot of sense!

There are estimated to be 5,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 bacteria on the Earth and only 6,000,000,000 people. You are therefore 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 times more likely to be reincarnated as bacteria than human. Additionally, it would take billions of times longer than the age of the universe for each life force in each bacterium to get a chance at being human and reach a state of enlightenment (Universe is only 11-20,000,000,000 years old). Buddhism is therefore false, QED.

alasdair, Church Web Stop 31 Comments [3/11/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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