Quote# 35193

The other day an atheist told me that he doesn't believe in God just like I don't believe in Zeus.

Zeus was a dude who lived on a mountain and threw lightning bolts at people. That is ridiculous. The Greeks must have been drinking way too much wine when they came up with that. The bible actually makes sense. There is evidence to back it up.

Good Clean Fun, Myspace 74 Comments [2/19/2008 8:25:25 AM]
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Quote# 35202

I think this makes it very clear that the bible is only talking about "good" slavery.

Good Clean Fun, myspace 67 Comments [2/19/2008 11:58:32 AM]
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Quote# 35229

The fact that there is no evidence of God existing is even more proof that he does, as it proves that he is a supernatural being.

RetSickle, IMDB - Philosophy and Religion 81 Comments [2/19/2008 9:22:30 PM]
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Quote# 35242

[Thread: 15-year-old transsexual shot in the head, from behind, by a 14-year-old]

His daily parade of his sexuality through the use of clothing, make up and so forth is, in fact, harrassment.
Remember, these kids are forced by state law to attend these schools. It's the school's choice to inflict sexual offense on the kids.

Obviously one young child was harrassed to the point he felt it necessary to defend himself with a firearm.

Muawiah, Free Republic 102 Comments [2/19/2008 11:31:36 PM]
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Submitted By: Ivy Mike

Quote# 35225

Evolution is not working. Where are the people who live to be 900 years old? How many now live to be 120? In connection with the changes at the time of the flood we read: “There were giants on the earth in those days” (Genesis 6:4). Where are the dinosaurs? Where are the hairy mammoths that can still be found well-preserved, frozen in the northern permafrost? Millions of species have become extinct and some scientists predict that from 25% to 50% of species that now exist, will become extinct in the next fifty years!


Evolution is not working and there is no evidence that it ever has. The facts contradict the theory of evolution. The number of life forms continues to decrease and there is historical evidence, also from non-biblical sources, for the devolution of man. Babylonian records also speak of a time when people lived to be a thousand years old.

Roy Davison, The Old Paths Archive 65 Comments [2/20/2008 3:21:49 AM]
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Quote# 35246

1. How can Evolution possibly explain things like dreams, reason, mathematical accuracy, de ja vu and other mind related phenomena? Not to mention the supernatural such as NDEs, ghost sightings and etc.
2. Jesus is the best way to explain human reasoning and morality at it's core. The fall in Genesis and Jesus as the hope for the future triumphs over all other ideas and beliefs about morality, and not only does it logically make sense, it historically comes together as God's word... with great documentary evidence to support it as being legit (and even greater spiritual evidence regarding it's inspiration).
3. Because the Eastern religions deny love, but yet God is love. So love is either a distraction and a hurt in life, or love is EVERYTHING... the meaning of life. The REASON. Jesus is pure love. Jesus is the only story in history that demonstrates the HIGHEST level of love (God dying for His people... His creation... the whole earth).
You either have to admit that love is the reason for life and believe in God, or believe in Buddhism and deny love and try to do everything in your power not to practice love.

Jesus.Lives, FanFiction.net 49 Comments [2/21/2008 4:25:19 AM]
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Quote# 35278

[re:" the planet does not hold enough water to cover the entire planet". ]

You may be incorrect in your assessment. Remember that way back when there were 1) far less living creatures, who as you should realize are made up of mostly WATER. 2) probably more ICE (i.e, 'frozen water') than there is today, and 3) a flatter earth (fewer high mountains back then than we have today); therefore, you'd need less water to cover the surface of the earth in Noah's time than today (reason 3), and there was more water available to do the job (reasons 1 and 2). Why couldn't the Biblical Flood have happened EXACTLY the way the Bible says it did, given the amount of water that was available ~ 6000 years ago (which is significantly different from today's amount)?

Shawn Fahrer, ABC news blog 49 Comments [2/21/2008 4:41:01 AM]
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Submitted By: WDJ

Quote# 35277

[Originally Posted by EnemyPartyII
That whole government being appointed by God thing... is that ALL givernments, or all governments in predominantly Christian nations? Does this mean a government composed of Christians can do no wrong?]

All governments. Read your Bible, please...it saves a lot of questions.

Floating Axe, ChristianForums 35 Comments [2/21/2008 7:58:17 AM]
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Submitted By: EnemyPartyII

Quote# 35290

I can't beleive that people are so sucked into evolution when it clearly states in the Bible that God created the Heaven's and Earth and that's all we need to know. I homeschool my children so they never have to learn of this evil plot created by Satan himself!

Ruth, uthink.co.nz 64 Comments [2/21/2008 2:07:32 PM]
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Submitted By: Lucan

Quote# 35291

What would be the point of sleeping naked? I can see no point in it at all. And no, I don't think it appropriate. It is immodest as well as undignified. Out of respect for God, one should be properly clothed at all times.

piouswoman, Catholic Answers 130 Comments [2/21/2008 2:11:13 PM]
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Submitted By: cheese

Quote# 35307

Hey be glad I'm not Pope, if I were, I'd call for a general crusade and then when we'd won, I'd ban Mormonism, and JWism, burn down their meeting halls and execute their leaders

mschrank, Catholic Answers Forum 78 Comments [2/21/2008 6:27:27 PM]
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Submitted By: kathleen

Quote# 35304

"Ockhams Razor provides God as the simplest and thus the best explanation for the state of humanity."

Revinius, bibleforums.net 60 Comments [2/21/2008 7:08:40 PM]
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Submitted By: Louis C

Quote# 136507



Anonymous, Twitter 18 Comments [2/8/2018 6:13:02 PM]
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Submitted By: Yossarian Lives

Quote# 88161

Conservapedia's analysis of the Olympics 2012 begins, predicting underachievement by:
• nations that impose same-sex marriage
• nations that are increasingly atheistic
• sports that have been ravaged by Title IX quotas in the U.S.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia 93 Comments [7/5/2012 2:55:14 AM]
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Quote# 114768

[From an article titled, "Three Media Lies About Syrian Refugees"]

1. The "Refugees" Are Not Fleeing Persecution, They're Welfare Migrants

[...]

Muslims are not fleeing to Europe because of religious persecution, but for economic reasons. They specifically seek out countries such as Germany and Sweden with generous welfare states.

The media loves offering false analogies to Jewish refugees during the Holocaust. But the Jews were a stateless people then. They had no country of their own to go to. Muslims have more countries than nearly every other religion on the planet. They choose to go to the wealthiest Western countries, rejecting Slovenia and Bulgaria for Germany and Sweden, because they want money and they want easy money.

Syrian Muslims are not refugees. They're migrants. Only Christians and other non-Muslims are refugees.

While Muslims have easy access to UN refugee camps in Muslim countries, Christians have trouble surviving there. But by outsourcing our immigration to the UN's refugee infrastructure, we abandon Christian refugees and instead take in Muslim welfare migrants. And that is truly shameful.

There is no reason for us to provide special privileges for Muslim economic migrants. [...] We already take in far more immigrants every year than we can afford.

It's time for our leaders to put our country and our people first.

2. Taking in "Refugees" Helps ISIS

[...]

ISIS not only embeds its terrorists as refugees in Europe, but it depends on European Muslims for recruits. Thousands of European Muslims ahve already left to join ISIS. Even those Syrian migrants that may be opposed to the group will have children that will provide a recruiting reserve for ISIS or other groups like it. Without the refugees and children of refugees in Europe from previous generations, ISIS might not even have enough fighters. And the refugees make it easier for ISIS to attack Europe.

Even those Syrians who will never support ISIS and whose children will never support it aid ISIS just by leaving the country. The large numbers of military age men are in part fleeing to avoid being drafted to fight ISIS. Potential ISIS opponents who leave Syria for permanent resettlement in Europe or America make it easier for the Islamic State to consolidate its control over the country.

Every time Europe or America takes in a military age Syrian as a refugee, they are helping ISIS by aiding deserters from the Syrian military, the Free Syrian Army and other groups that are fighting ISIS.

During WW2, we weren't encouraging British soldiers to run away and move to America. So why are human rights activists helping ISIS by encouraging Syrian deserters to flee the fight against ISIS?

3. Vetting Syrian Migrants is Impossible

Syria is a non-functioning state and a state sponsor of terror. We can't rely on it and that means we have to rely on information from UNHCR. The UN refugee agency is incompetent and overloaded. Its employees are corrupt and have a history of selling refugee cards to the highest bidder.

It's UNHCR that decides who qualifies for resettlement and any vetting we do afterward is cosmetic.

[...]

The only way to be absolutely sure is not to allow any potential terrorists into the country. It's a much safer bet than assuming that the same system that failed to stop the World Trade Center bombing, 9/11, the Boston Marathon bombing and other terrorist attacks will work exactly when we need it to.

Migrants arriving from terror states are unsafe at any degree of vetting. Our system has failed before and will fail again. We owe it to our children and our loved ones to protect them from the next attack.

And our leaders owe it to us to stop lying about the risks of Muslim migration to our families and our future.

Daniel Greenfield, Rapture Forums 21 Comments [11/26/2015 5:16:47 AM]
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Quote# 128094

That's because I believe:

1. God is might.

2. God is right.

Thus, with God, might is right.

AV1611VET, Christian Boards 19 Comments [6/13/2017 1:50:03 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 136483

(The ALF is an animal rights terrorist group)

There is nothing barbaric about what the ALF does. No human has ever been hurt in an action. They do not operate if a perceived threat to human or animal is apparent. They do not attack life. They only thing being attacked is the idea that it is ok to use animals. The only thing being attacked is money of companies who abuse animals. No one is being hurt except for wallets of people who exploit the innocent.

The_Same_Sun, r/vegan 13 Comments [2/8/2018 2:45:20 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 6847

Well, just the fact that half the world is of one religion should be telling.

Disciple 3, Christian Forums 18 Comments [4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 18288

I don't care how well an argument a pro-choicer makes, they're still wrong.

Jeremy, Myspace 31 Comments [12/16/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Winston Jen

Quote# 66550

no it makes perfect sense.

how can you tell a supernatural claim apart from a natural one?


When a guy says to you: "That magician made a rabbit suddenly appear in his hat. HE REALLY DID!"

This is a supernatural claim.....


or is it?


With today's modern atheism, this is no longer a supernatural claim. FOr things can pop into existence for no reason at all! It is perfectly "natural" for water to change into wine, or a ghost to appear suddenly. There is an "undiscovered" natural law that allows matter and energy to just suddenly start existing in and of itself.

ha ha ha. Amazing religion, for amazing faith. Thus, the supernatural claims of atheism.


emprworm, FED2K Discussion 65 Comments [10/24/2009 7:21:04 AM]
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Quote# 95950

The faggots (yes, it's an offensive word, but they are offensive people) create the public persona of all gays. The large majority of gays detest the behavior of the radical queers, but the problem is that they don't want to get involved and thereby reveal their sexuality to people who have no knowledge of it nor any need to know.

One knows that the megaqueers are riled when they screech "HOMOPHOBIA!" to gays who speak up against their extremist agenda.

DoctorDoom, Where Liberty Dwells 47 Comments [8/13/2013 3:21:44 AM]
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Submitted By: Rabbit of Caerbannog

Quote# 35344

The charges are fraudulent, as are most tax laws, and Kent was unjustly improsed as a means to shut him up. The actual SCIENCE couldn't shut him up, so they had to play dirty for their religion of Evolution. I can't wait to see Kent back out, but take heart Kent, many prayers are with you, and your work is still having a massive ripple effect. After Kent's material, I've been digging deeper and deeper through many rsources, and its true: real science completely refutes Evolution, and the communists simply can't allow that knowledge to prevail against their plans. FREE KENT HOVIND!

Brian Foot, Free Hovind 62 Comments [2/22/2008 12:23:52 PM]
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Quote# 35325

15.) The theory of evolution is supported almost completely by atheists...and atheists don't have just a great track record for telling the truth. Lying comes natural for them, as they don't believe in The 10 Commandments and see nothing wrong with lying, cheating, stealing, murdering, etc....because, hey, we're all just dumb machines that operate by random chemicals bouncing into each other. To them, (or many of them) telling lies and killing Christians is a good thing because they hate Christians and wish we were dead.

Supersport, CARM 73 Comments [2/22/2008 4:44:08 AM]
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Submitted By: Promethean

Quote# 50929

Atheists give me a logical answer?
Now, the common atheist fallacy is that God, the Creator, needs a creator. This cannot be true as

1. The universe could never have not existed and come about on its own. That would require energy, which, mind you, can neither be created nor destroyed by a finite human.

2. The universe could never have always existed, because all matter needs to be created.

3. We must exist. "Cogito ergo sum." "I think therefore I am." So therefore, even if the rest of the world is a lie, SOMETHING MUST EXIST. That something (you, me, desks, bathtubs) MUST BE CREATED.

4. This is not the watchmaker analysis for evolution. This is the watchmaker analysis for the very creation of matter.

5. This all leads to one thing: There must have been an original Something, by definition uncreated, and by definition able to transcend the laws of physics and humanity.

6. Thus, we arrive at the concept of a God.

From there, we must choose our own path.

only responses i got were yes we can prove everything with science
and let me correct you, no you can't, you can't prove that 1/2 the people on yahoo answers are even real. just by judgments you can assume'' we are but lack evidence and only evidence you have is words, which is not evident enough

blackchaos182, Yahoo! Answers 66 Comments [10/29/2008 7:12:03 PM]
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Submitted By: tawaen

Quote# 47168

[In response to another poster who suggested that most parents would probably want their children to be able to go to an Ivy League college ...]

Well, I for one would NOT want my kids to go to ANY of those schools. They are nothing but liberal brainwashing camps, and the joke is on you as YOU pay them ungodly amounts of money to do that to your kids. With colleges the way they are, and the market place being saturated with incompetent college grads, I am going to urge my sons to go to a good trade school and become something like a CNC machinist

A MAttR of Time, RR 48 Comments [9/12/2008 5:11:48 AM]
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