Quote# 128296

Not a Slippery Slope? LGBTQ Are Now Going After Children!

I remember when proponents of the so-called LGBT movement said that they needed hate laws to “protect” them, and they got it. I remember when LGBT wanted “gay marriage,” insisting it was not a sexual “slippery slope;” and they got it. Now it’s legal to have sex with animals in Canada and now they’re coming after your children.

irst of all, I don’t care what your sexual orientation is; exposing children to sexuality (homo or hetero) only helps desensitize pedophilia. And now that the organized LGBTQ movement have achieved all its past supposed grievances (hate crime bill, gay marriage, etc), what else do they have to fight for?

Lest we forget that we’re talking about a group of people (LGBTQ) who define their life’s identity on how they like to f*ck. And if one’s existence is defined by lust and carnality, then what does that truly say about one’s modus operandi? Below is a video that may answer that question.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhxGTqRFjzY

What you just witnessed is a microcosm of the slippery slope” that the LGBTQ movement said was a rhetorical figment of religious imaginations over 20 years ago. That “rhetorical figment” has become reality. Are we, as mature adults who are supposed to protect children, just going to accept this pro-pedo behavior? Is this the reason why the Leftist LGBTQ movement champions Islam and the protection of its sexually accepted practices?

This is NOT a Right or Left political issue! You are either pro-pedophile or you believe (like I do) that pedophilia should be an automatic death sentence. This is the last line of morality left in our morally bankrupt society. If we cross this line, what will be next? Legalized sex sacrifices, cannibalism and/or necrophilia? Don’t think it’s out of the question! Everyone ignored the “slippery slope” the last time.

Ghost


Ghost, Ghost.Report 10 Comments [6/19/2017 1:38:23 PM]
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Quote# 128283



unstumpable, Know Your Meme 21 Comments [6/19/2017 7:47:06 AM]
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Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 128131

You don't want to obey a man? How about your don't get married. No man forces his wife to do anything and can call himself a good Muslim. Good Muslim husbands ensure their wife is cared for and she doesn't go against Islam. Islam says a woman shouldn't travel without a mahram, so your husband and you would be sinning if you decided to do that and he allowed it to happen. As for not working, you'll find a lot of men, this includes myself don't want our wives working because we feel it's our duty and ours alone to earn the income and the woman doesn't need. Another reason would be because og the working environment being mixed, we don't want our wives in and amongst men.

Your view of marriage is not healthy.

An obediant wife is one, who will listen and understand what the husband wants. An obedient wife will also realise her duty comes to Allah first then next her husband. A husband being the head of the household has all responsibility on his shoulders, he will be held accountable if his house is in tatters.

If you don't want to obey or listen to your husband, don't get married. With the attitude you have, I doubt any Muslim man would want to marry you anyway.

johnfisher, Ummah 11 Comments [6/14/2017 2:00:24 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 128269

Most bestiality is legal, declares Canada's Supreme Court.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/bestiality-legal-canada-supreme-court-a7073196.html

Canada is a pit of depravity....possibly worse than Sodom and Gomorrah.

Come quick Lord.

Lady Checkmate, Disqus - Faith & Religion 23 Comments [6/19/2017 5:29:06 AM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 128239

Perhaps the problem is the identification of terms. "Freedom" is not something that can be very definitively described. What can be is clearly defined is independence. The modern revolutionary state is all awash in "freedom" and "rights" but very little independence. We might gain new "freedoms" every day and extent "rights" to this group or that group but across the world our independence is slipping away -no actually it is running away at breakneck speed! That was an important difference between feudal monarchies and revolutionary republics that are just dripping with "freedoms". True, your average person in the Middle Ages could not vote, worship the devil or marry someone of the same gender but that person was independent. Back then the government stuck to big issues like wars, upholding religion and regulating trade. Even in far off America just prior to the "War for Independence" I doubt that King George III was concerned with how fast someone rode their horse, how much water their out-house used, if they smoked in public or were eating anything too high in cholesterol.

The Mad Monarchist, madmonarchist.blogspot.co.nz 12 Comments [6/19/2017 1:27:47 AM]
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Quote# 128308

Llod Pye's work showed we didn't evolve from apes. And there were ET's on this planet. Evolution is a naturally occurring phenomena however how it occurs and why is were they get it wrong and their interpretation of its meaning is their own ego and lack of understanding. I read a critic of Darwinism in a book on genetics'. It takes as much faith to believe in Darwinism as it does jesus. Darwinism today is now the vanguard of this strange materialist Marxist cult of neo-atheism.

HP Mageson666, Joy of Satan 7 Comments [6/19/2017 1:53:14 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 128316

An Arkansas lawmaker who owns a day care where a child died in a hot van previously fought a proposal that might have saved the boy’s life.

State Rep. Dan Sullivan (R-Jonesboro) is the chief executive officer of Ascent, a child care organization where 5-year-old Christopher Gardner died last week after spending eight hours strapped in a booster seat as the heat index soared over 100 degrees, reported KATV-TV.

Four employees of the West Memphis facility have been charged with manslaughter in the boy’s death.

“Staff did not follow company policies and procedures, and if they had, this tragedy would not have occurred,” Sullivan said in a statement.

He later offered to pay the boy’s funeral expenses, but the family declined.

“It didn’t take them but two minutes or one minute to go back and get off they lazy ass and go see where the kids at — they didn’t check for my grandbaby?” said the boy’s grandmother, Carrie Smith.

Sullivan asked the Arkansas Early Childhood Commission last year to reduce a requirement that at least half of child care employees at any facility be certified in CPR and first aid.

Four of the commissioners told KATV that Sullivan questioned whether the oversight body should exist after they refused to cut the requirement, and he sponsored a bill stripping the commission of its authority to regulate child care centers.

That measure became law, the only bill sponsored by Sullivan to pass during that legislative session.

Sullivan drew national attention in 2001, when he suspended an 8-year-old boy from school for three days for pointing a chicken finger at a teacher and saying, “Pow, pow, pow.”

The former principal justified the suspension under a zero-tolerance policy enacted at South School after two teens killed four classmates and a teacher and wounding 10 other students in 1998 at Jonesboro’s Westside Middle School.

The same Ascent facility where the boy died last week experienced a shigella outbreak in April, sickening nearly 40 children and employees, and the facility was temporarily closed Wednesday to stop the continued spread of the bacterial infection, reported Arkansas Times.

The Department of Human Services has also launched an investigation into Ascent for possible Medicaid fraud after the boy’s death.

A spokeswoman for DHS told the Arkansas Times that the boy had been inaccurately marked as present in class, which would have made the day care center eligible for reimbursement, raising concerns about the facility’s Medicaid procedures.

Dan Sullivan, Raw Story 14 Comments [6/19/2017 2:46:03 PM]
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Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 128279

This notion that Christians' belief in hell results in contempt for non-Christians is not something this old geezer thought up by himself, this is something he picked up from some of his young flunkies, the little snowflakes who have the Thought Police mentality and are certain that "bigots" (defined as "people we don't like") are out to get them. When you get down to it, liberalism is really just politicized paranoia. Someone who doesn't think like them must be a horrible person, and if that person believes in hell, he must be planning to treat unbelievers badly - and never mind that his actions have never shown him to be a bigot.

Tianzhu, Patheos 8 Comments [6/19/2017 7:46:09 AM]
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Submitted By: Nemo

Quote# 10714

[Someone who apparently isn't aware of Jesus' command to "turn the other cheek"]

The KILLING of ONES ENEMY is SUPPORTED in the New Testament !! ~Have at it!!

Firstly, one must apply logic and reason . . .
If we do NOT kill OUR ENEMIES, they WILL mutilate and/ or KILL US!! If we allow ourselves to be "terminated", we will cease to exist and/or to have affect in the present MATERIAL and very real WORLD!!

Take for instance, this example:
The Moselm people ~BELIEVE~ in HUMAN SACRIFICE and they are in the process of proving this fact and practicing this belief {as they terrorize todays world}. . . They wish to OFFER-up to THEIR GOD ~allah~every FREEDOM LOVING INDIVIDUAL in the USA {and their supporters} . . .

Sooo, the Q is: Do we cower and given in and become Moselm ourselves or do we FIGHT-BACK??? A: We fight back and terminate them ~everyone of them~ so that WEcan get a good nights' sleep again!! And we must ask ourselves WHY we AMERICANS send ONLY our VERY BEST into war, leaving the rejects, the very lowest of persons behind to reproduce and mate with the WOMEN left behind . . . EVERYONE should be eligible to GO to WAR to defend FREEDOM . . . AND most of all we should send the worst of the worst FIRST to MAINTAIN the POPULATION BALANCE So that the BEST-OF-THe-BEST can continue to reproduce and KEEP AMERICA STRONG!!

HolyGuardianAngels, Christian Forums 33 Comments [4/9/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10728

[The poster is male.]
o yeah and i seem to recall a verse that explains why women go through pain in childbirth......o yeah, it's a consequence of SINNING. so it's something that they are just gonna have to deal with, because it's the consequence of their own actions. or arent you a strong enough woman to accept the reprocusions of what you've done?

i wonder if there are roses in heaven, Myspace 46 Comments [4/10/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Shiny Mirror Award

Quote# 128297



Mr Americana, Overpasses for America 12 Comments [6/19/2017 1:38:55 PM]
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Submitted By: The Reptilian Jew

Quote# 128305

We at PETA very much love the animal companions who share our homes, but we believe that it would have been in the animals’ best interests if the institution of “pet keeping”—i.e., breeding animals to be kept and regarded as “pets”—never existed. The international pastime of domesticating animals has created an overpopulation crisis; as a result, millions of unwanted animals are destroyed every year as “surplus.”

This selfish desire to possess animals and receive love from them causes immeasurable suffering, which results from manipulating their breeding, selling or giving them away casually, and depriving them of the opportunity to engage in their natural behavior. They are restricted to human homes, where they must obey commands and can only eat, drink, and even urinate when humans allow them to.

Because domesticated animals retain many of their basic instincts and drives but are not able to survive on their own in the wild, dogs, cats, or birds, whose strongest desire is to be free, must be confined to houses, yards, or cages for their own safety.

PETA, PETA 19 Comments [6/19/2017 1:41:29 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 128320

[Bob Blaylock continues his crusade against anti-discrimination laws.]

Bob Blaylock:
The First Amendment explicitly protects freedom of religion and expression (including nonexpression), and strongly implies freedoms of thought, conscience, and association.

Ambulance Chaser:
Yes, but it doesn't specify where the line gets drawn when that right conflicts with other rights.

Bob Blaylock:
Forcing a baker, or any other businessman, to give support to a sick, immoral homosexual mockery of a wedding, in violation of his own religious and moral values, as a condition of being allowed to make a living, blatantly violates the First Amendment.

Ambulance Chaser:
No it doesn't. The Supreme Court ruled in Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States that the First Amendment didn't forbid the government from passing laws that forced public accommodations to serve a specified class of clientele.

Bob Blaylock:
There is no right to another person's labor. Nothing in the Constitution implies or hints at any such right.

There is no legitimate basis on which to conclude that a nonexistent right, nowhere stated, implied, nor even hinted at in the Constitution, can take precedence over a genuine right, explicitly stated or strongly implied in the Constitution.

Ambulance Chaser:
The "legitimate basis" is that the Supreme Court ruled it. You can disagree with the ruling all you want but it's there and it's law, and your disagreement is irrelevant to American jurisprudence.

Bob Blaylock:
The Supreme Court does not have the authority—no matter how many times it has gotten away with illegally usurping it—to override the Constitution. No part of the Constitution can legitimately be overridden or overturned by anything short of a Constitutional Amendment

TheKingofRhye:
They don't "override" the Constitution, they interpret it.

Bob Blaylock:
Calling a thing by a different name doesn't change what it is.

When the courts “interpret” the Constitution to mean something contrary to what it clearly says, then they are overriding it, and engaging in open corruption and malfeasance.

Ambulance Chaser:
I don't understand what kind of system you think we run. Do you think that Supreme Court rulings are only valid conditionally? Who gets to determine when rulings are valid or not? Any random person? Is our system just anarchy?

Bob Blaylock:
The Constitution is the highest law, and all public servants, in all levels of government, are under a sworn duty to uphold, obey, and defend it. Any act of any public servant, which violates the Constitution, is invalid and illegal. This certainly includes the acts of corrupt judges who “interpret” the Constitution contrary to what it clearly says.

There is a problem, of course, when those who we charge with the duty of upholding the law choose, instead, to pervert and violate it.

Ambulance Chaser:
Still not answering my question, just soapboxing.

Bob Blaylock:
It's unclear what answer you are expecting, or what answer would satisfy you. The Constitution is the highest law; and you seem bent on arguing that it is subordinate to the wills of corrupt judges who would “interpret” it away from its clear meaning. You are simply wrong in that position.

Ambulance Chaser:
No, I'm asking you who makes the final decision about what the Constitution means. You keep saying that the judges are corrupt. Who decides that? You? Who determines when judges' rulings can be ignored because they're "corrupt?"

Bob Johnson:
Certainly some interpretation is required. What does “press” in the 1st Amendment or “his” in the 6th Amendment mean? However, in this case, it seems that what is clear to you is not the same as what is clear to several courts with scores of judges over several decades.

Bob Blaylock:
To a very limited degree, yes, some legitimate interpretation is called for. But then we have plenty of instances where the Constitution is absolutely clear on a matter, and we have courts trying to twist it to mean something other than what it says. Consider the Second Amendment. We have courts, up to and including the Supreme Court, issuing rulings about when and where and how the government may infringe the people's right to keep and bear arms. The Second Amendment already clarified that. Government is forbidden from infringing this right at all. Period. Yet the courts and other parts of government absolutely refuse to obey this part of the Constitution.

The First Amendment is clear about religious freedom, freedom of expression, and freedom of association. And yet our government violates these rights, in order to uphold fake “rights” that are nowhere even hinted at in the Constitution. This is not “interpretation”; it is corruption and malfeasance.

Bob Blaylock, Christian News Network 13 Comments [6/19/2017 9:45:03 PM]
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Quote# 47547

Liberal police force ignores blasphemy; Christian sues

A Christian activist is bringing a private prosecution for outraging public decency against an art centre in Gateshead, north-east England, after the local police force in the socialist-controlled region declined to take action. Christian Emily Mapfua (40) was outraged by the decision of the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art to display an obscenely-modified statue of Jesus as so-called 'art'. But Northumbria Police declined to act on her complaint, so Emily is going it alone. Well, not quite alone, as we suspect all Christians and people with any decency at all will support her.

conservapedia main page, conservapedia 57 Comments [9/15/2008 3:03:20 PM]
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Quote# 6824

It's just so sad to me the way these [Islamic] clerics preach lies and hate. If only they knew the truth about the 'god' they serve.

mld726, Rapture Ready 21 Comments [4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 77284

We're hardly worried that we're against "half" the population when it's a "third" at best, and that only because of intense indoctrination at the hands of the teachers' unions and the leftstream media.

The fact is, the hardcore left is trying to implement policies that are inimical to our very existence, never mind just our interests. You can't compromise with cancer, and you can't compromise with communists. We do not seek to compromise with these psychopaths, and we do not welcome their offers of compromise. It's time for the adults to be in charge.

Name calling works both ways. We've been called all sorts of things by people who then show themselves to be contemptible, so we have no compunction calling them names in turn. For me, the terms "leftards" and "rats" are extremely polite compared to what I think of them. I would pound them into a bloody pulp if that wouldn't be improper. I think they deserve it for what they've done, and they're lucky I'm so polite.

Mr Evilwrench, Moonbattery 45 Comments [11/5/2010 5:20:30 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 8964

[Commenting on the perjury charges after the Dover trial]

I read the [Dover] transcript and this is such utter nonesense I am actually encoraged that you guys get such a boost out of it. There is some strange query about who got 850 dollars from whom, my question is, who really cares? This whole issue is going to build up pressure and one day it is going to explode. Not because the issues have an scientific relavance but because there is a deep seeded animosity to anything remotely religious. I have seen some really good discussion from you guys but this is the bitter dregs.

mark kennedy, Christian Forums 13 Comments [1/11/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 36214

No doubt when all you have ever listened to is sex-driven junk, really spiritual music feels like a bucket of cold water to a copulating canine.

Terence D. McLean, http://www.av1611.org/ 43 Comments [3/13/2008 5:32:29 PM]
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Submitted By: Illuminatalie

Quote# 128307

[From a "prophecy interview" with River Phoenix's ghost, called River Bares All]


Q: You know how everyone was suspecting you and Keanu of
being gay. Was it true?
A: Keanu and I were like close brothers. We did love each other, but not in that way. We both wanted to buck the System. We wanted to get away from the image that they tried to give us, the labels that they tried to hang on us. We made the mistake of making that movie, My Own Private Idaho. It was very degrading, degenerate. That was the movie I'm the most sorry for, because of the effect it had - not only on my life, as that movie was my downfall - but it also affected others' lives, as we were telling them that it's okay to be gay.
Well, it's not okay! It's filthy! And that movie was my biggest mistake, for which I'm very sorry! Keanu and I made a decision that we wouldn't speak up against gays, which in itself is saying that it's okay. And I'm sorry for that. But, no, we are not [gays]. We were just very close friends, and I love him very much.

Q: I was wondering if you ever thought back to when you were younger, and in the Family. Did you believe anything that people told you about your past?
A: I was very young when my parents left the Family. It was very confusing for me because they had taught me to love the Lord, and to love Grandpa, Papa Lion.And I did. I loved him very much, and everything the Family stood for. My sister and I would perform on the streets, singing and playing guitar, and we really enjoyed it. We were very happy. It was beautiful. People loved us and we were very fulfilled.
Then suddenly they uprooted us and went back to the System, back to the Whore, back to America. They started teaching us new things, different things, things that were contrary to what we had learned in the Family. And slowly, slowly we drifted away. Our beliefs changed, our faith changed, and as I got older I started to hear negative things about the Family.
It was sad, because my faith had died. But deep inside my heart I still loved Jesus. Deep inside my heart I still wanted what I had had as a child. I wanted that freedom. I wanted to be able to serve the Lord, like you guys, but it was all very confusing to me. I was very confused, and very lonely. And though I was very famous and made lots of money, I was very lonely, and cried and cried and cried.

Q: Is there meaning to the name
"Hollywood"?
A: Hollywood is a spiritual place - a wicked, spiritual place. It's very anti-Christ, and it's run by anti-Christs who are trying to infiltrate the world with their propaganda. It's very rare that they give any credit or glory to Jesus.
Usually they defame Him, and spit on His name. It is a wicked place, and that's why there are certain ones that the Lord lays on your heart to pray for. He asks you to pray for some of those who He knows are searching for deliverance, for the truth, for a way out, from that den of iniquity. But God will have His way. You'll see. He will destroy that place for the evil it has spread throughout the world.

Q: Is there anything you think it's especially important for us Family teens to know?
A: When I died I was only 23, so I was just coming out of teenhood. When I came to Heaven, the Lord gave me the opportunity to serve Him with the Family, because of the prayers that were prayed for me. I was able to work along with some of the teens then who had come to Heaven, some of the kids that were Here, and later the girls from the Austin accident.
I saw the potential that the Family teens have. I saw what I could have had, had I grown up in the Family. I saw that a lot of young people in the Family feel unhappy and discontented, and compare themselves with those in the System.--And sometimes they compare themselves negatively.

Q: If you had a chance to redo it all, would you choose to stay in the Family? Like, we wouldn't have you talking, you wouldn't be here talking and all that. So would you redo it to stay in the Family, or redo it the same way you did it so we would have this chance?
A: If I had a chance to go back and do it all over, I would stay in the Family, because there is no greater calling on this Earth than to serve the Lord. And there's no greater place to serve the Lord on this Earth than in the Family. So that would be my greatest desire. But if I had a chance to come back and live my life the same way I did, then I would do it differently too.

"River Phoenix", Free Zine 31 20 Comments [6/19/2017 1:53:06 PM]
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Quote# 128304

My teacher is the Christ, so yes, of course I take his word for it. He is my only leader and king.

Ashera has no importance in scripture, any more than any other false gods.

All my teachings come from Jehovah, through his son, scripture and holy spirit.

I am avoiding nothing, you are dragging in complete irrelevances.

John 6:45
ASV(i) 45 It is written in the prophets (Isaiah 54:13) , And they shall all be taught of God. Every one that hath heard from the Father, and hath learned, cometh unto me.

I have listened to Jehovah, and have been drawn to Christ as a servant for him.

John 6:44
ASV(i) 44 No man can come to me, except the Father that sent me draw him: and I will raise him up in the last day.

True, I have accepted help and guidance from the JWs, and others at times, but the bible is the deciding factor. Anything taught me by anyone, which does not agree with scripture is rejected out of hand., Hence I truly am "taught by Jehovah".

You try to be so clever, and all you do is make yourself look ever more dumb.

There is no such thing as a self appointed expert on scripture. You are either appointed by Jehovah, or you never truly get to be an expert.

"Self" is a word which does not belong in the hearts and minds of followers of Christ, nor in their dictionaries. Self is what we have to abandon.

MadCornishBiker , Debate.org 4 Comments [6/19/2017 1:41:21 PM]
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Submitted By: Denizen

Quote# 21762

[From the Peninsula Clarion's Letters to the Editor page on 29 January 2007.]

"Reader voices strong opinion on atheists"

It's time to stomp out atheists in America. The majority of Americans would love to see atheists kicked out of America. If you don't believe in God, then get out of this country.

The United States is based on having freedom of speech, religion, etc., which means you can believe in God any way you want (Baptist, Catholic, Methodist, etc.), but you must believe.

I don't recall freedom of religion meaning no religion. Our currency even says, "In God We Trust." So, to all atheists in America: Get off our country.

Atheists have caused the ruin of this great nation by taking prayer out of our schools and being able to practice what can only be called evil. I don't care if they have never committed a crime, atheists are the reason crime is rampant.

Alice Shannon, Peninsula Clarion 37 Comments [3/6/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Axver

Quote# 16859

Josef Goebbels would be proud that his fellow leftists, the Democrats and their willing accomplices, have been so adept at his Big Lie Propaganda.

Naturalized-Texan, www.freeconservatives.com 33 Comments [11/8/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Gerard

Quote# 113526

Ethical behavior never produces righteousness. There is none righteous, no not one. All your righteousness is as Isaiah said, bloody cotex before Him. Therein is the righteousness of God revealed. The imputed righteousness that comes by faith. And whatsoever is not of faith is sin. Not doing something doesn't make you good, (I don't do this or I don't do that) it makes you nothing. You have to do the good, and the good is already predefined. Without faith it is impossible to please Him. What you are trying to assert is the same logic as saying, "a man has two legs, ipso facto, if it has two legs it's a man"... Sounds real great until you understand birds have 2 legs, and birds aren't a man. It's rhetorical nonsense.

DeltaBravo, The Christian Post 27 Comments [10/11/2015 6:18:40 PM]
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Quote# 76639

This is not how I intended to begin this letter, but the news that the Nobel committee has awarded Obama the peace prize has just absolutely sickened everyone in The Afterlife! Everyone in my Kingdoms declares that the Nobel committee is insane. They're saying everything backwards. This man isn't striving for peace, he's creating chaos! Fortunately We were able to counter it and let's hope We can keep that up. Well, it should've been Demetrius' prize, would've gone to support the goddesses. Maybe next year if We get the Palestinian project going and show these people what a real peace maker can do. Peace prize! Good grief! We are completely at a loss why people are making a fuss that more lesbians are put out of the army under don't ask don't tell than homosexuals. Why are they telling? Why don't they keep it quiet? If they break the rule they should be put out of the service. Doesn't matter if they're male or female. If homosexuals want to serve they keep it to themselves, do it in private. Don't make a fuss about it. Then they can serve as long as they want to. However, when they start teaching sickness, when they start saying it's acceptable and they want to serve as an open lesbian they have to go, it's that simple. If more lesbians enlist than homosexuals that's their problem!

Gerald Polley, Voices From Spirit 73 Comments [10/6/2010 3:32:31 AM]
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Quote# 48355

A SYDNEY court has heard how a bogus spiritual leader charged with a string of sexual assaults allegedly faked a heart attack in an attempt to avoid facing court last week on 150 sex offences.

Tony Golossian, 61, is the accused mastermind of a string of sexual assaults allegedly committed from 2001 to 2005.

Golossian, of Dulwich Hill, is accused of luring a then 23-year-old bank employee to a Summer Hill motel in early 2001 with claims he could cure a "black magic" curse placed on the woman's family.

Police statements tendered in Parramatta Local Court yesterday claim Golossian told the woman - who cannot be named - her 15-year-old sister would develop breast cancer and that her "fallopian tubes would no longer function" if the woman refused to participate in the rituals.

Police allege Golossian drugged, blindfolded and sexually assaulted the woman at four motels in Sydney and one on the Central Coast over a four-year-period.

Tony Golossian, Daily Telegraph (Australia) 20 Comments [10/3/2008 10:49:52 PM]
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