Quote# 87084

Space doesn't exist!

Think of it.. The bible is infallible, and it calls the sky a FIRMAMENT. Also, the heavens are described as a dome. So how can space be real? Moon landing is fake, obviously.

Anonymous Coward, Godlike Productions 81 Comments [4/25/2012 3:14:07 AM]
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Submitted By: Count Zapolai
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Quote# 62298

What is the difference between a muslim and a liberal?? I am just curious to know other viewpoints on this. It seems to me that they all seem to have the spirit of antichrist. Can you guys help me with this, and is it wrong for me to put them in the same category????
[head scratching smilie.]

Kvat3r, Rapture Ready 60 Comments [5/15/2009 12:19:21 AM]
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Submitted By: Agrippina
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Quote# 112822

A 60-year-old man, who had sex with his daughter, told religious department officers that incest was permissible because she had taken a vow of slavery, Harian Metro reported.

The tabloid said the man and his daughter, in her 30s, were caught by the Federal Territory Islamic Department (Jawi) officers at a hotel in Jalan Putra, Kuala Lumpur, at 1am on Wednesday.

The man was in shorts while his daughter was naked under the sheets when the officers raided the room.

"The man brazenly said his partner was his daughter who lived in Medan, Indonesia, with his second wife, who is an Indonesian," a source was quoted by the newspaper.

"The officers believe the father and daughter had already had sex based on condoms and sex pills found in the room."

During interrogation, the man said he slept with his daughter because it was "permissible" according to religion.

He claimed that his religious teacher in Indonesia had told him that the daughter only needed to recite a vow of slavery three times and she would be "halal" to have sex with her family members if she allowed it.

The case is still under investigation and the man is currently out on bail.

[Unidentified man], AsiaOne 35 Comments [9/15/2015 3:14:18 AM]
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Quote# 96862

I got a tan this summer, then when i stopped going out into the sun as much, it went away. I evolved then de-evolved apparently.

Angel4Truth, TheologyOnline 47 Comments [10/3/2013 3:30:23 AM]
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Submitted By: Persephone 66
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Quote# 11104

I found this out the day before I had to go to our yearly benefits choice seminar, where I found out same sex partners can be covered on insurance, effective July 1st. I'll tell you, I think herto-sexuals are being discriminated against.

Sophie, Rapture Ready 27 Comments [4/23/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 136654

User Eric Brock posted the following, post entitled "Faith is Universal: We all believe in something"

Examining the need to confirm our doubts/faiths/beliefs based on the acceptance of others. Does the conversion and adherence of others necessarily validate or invalidate any particular position and, if so then, why? We all will have our own personal faiths and beliefs and within those, we will all have elements of doubt. What percentage of our efforts to convince others is motivated by our need to overcome our own disbelief?
This question is posed to the adherents of so called "organized religions" as well as those who claim to be "atheist". Agnostics are equally welcomed.

Lady Checkmate:
Respectfully, EricBrock, you're confused and your OP doesn't make sense (and I must share truth with you because Truth is the only thing that will set you free from satan's lies and deception). JustMat explained it for you in his comment. Please seek Jesus Christ. He is the ONLY way, the truth and the life. You're in our prayers.

1 Timothy 2:5 (KJV)
5 For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus;

John 14:6 (KJV)
6 Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.

1 Corinthians 14:33 (KJV)
33 For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace, as in all churches of the saints.


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Lady Checkmate, Disqus - Faith & Religion 7 Comments [2/18/2018 1:06:44 PM]
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Quote# 83858

If Jesus said it, He meant it and He meant what He said. He said "there are many rooms in My Father's House" and He is going to prepare a place for us. Jesus said He's building us mansions - He allowed that translation - He's building mansions!

Jesus's Girl, Rapture Ready 75 Comments [9/17/2011 5:30:48 AM]
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Quote# 107820

Third, we have been systematically lied to and criminally neglected by those who have been entrusted with the responsibility for protecting our borders and people from plagues like Ebola.

So what makes a technologically and medically advanced, supposedly intelligent people do the things that we are doing now?

What brings about this level of systematic failure? What causes the empowerment of such wicked and wickedly incompetent leadership?

This is not a rhetorical question.

There is an answer.

And that answer is: The judgment of God has come upon us. (See: Romans 1)

Everything from the plague of Ebola to our handling of that plague is evidence of the wrath of God pouring out upon a proud, unrepentant people.

This reality should be driving us to prayer at least as much (much, much more, actually) than it drives us to rant about Obama, the Democrats, the CDC, or anyone other than ourselves.

Judgment begins with the Church.

This culture has been “given over” because we have failed to take the Gospel-fueled Great Commission seriously.

We must take a calm, sober look at all of this unfolding around us and repent – repent of our personal failure to take that Great Commission seriously.

Both judgment and restoration always have and always will begin with the Church.

As should be plain at this moment to anyone with eyes to see and ears to hear, America simply cannot endure much more of this Romans 1 insanity, wickedness, and stupidity.

If we truly understand this, we will repent and begin taking the Gospel and Great Commission of Christ the King seriously right here and now…while there is yet time…

Scott Alan Buss, Fire Breathing Christian 24 Comments [4/13/2015 3:12:26 AM]
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Submitted By: TimeToTurn
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Quote# 23468

Rep. Dan Dumaine, a Londonderry (New Hampshire) Republican, told the committee that any religion other than Christianity was "manmade." Two of the five committee members are Jewish.

"The first marriage in the history of mankind was ordained by God, and it was between one man and one woman," Dumaine said. He added that "there's a difference between religion, which is manmade, and Christianity, which is a relationship with Jesus Christ, the son of God, with God through his son. That's a fact."

Dumaine said that what he saw as the true Christian faith would exclude civil unions. "Just because somebody can pick and choose out of the Bible what they want to read and disregard what else they want to read doesn't make them a Christian," he said.

N.H. Rep. Dan Dumaine, Concord Monitor 40 Comments [4/12/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Martha P.
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Quote# 38356

{Actually, the statement that we came from bacteria is abiogenesis which has yet to be successfully replicated. Evolution tells how species change and nothing more.}

Well it's imposible for something like a bacteria to actually do that. Everything had to have been made by a supior force also know as God. It's imposible to have a half developed lung or heart.

{Nothing is impossible if you can DREAM |3

But really, some people would probably say the same thing about your god. I mean, the whole notion that a race was sustained by two people(one created from mud, the other made from a rib) and loads of incest sounds a lot more like mythology than the notion that things can adapt and change over time.}

First off it's God with a capital G and second Adam was made from the dust of the earth not mud. And who knows maybe God made other people after Adam and Eve after the fall of man. Plus nobody knows how the mind of God works.

Stormcrow926, deviantArt 7 Comments [4/30/2008 6:26:20 AM]
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Submitted By: MarieChan
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Quote# 29783

Craig Venter group is in a position to create many new species via gene splicing. They even applied for patents for the processes.

With intelligent input, new species don't take 3.5Ba to create new species.

If Craig's scientists can create new species, so could God.

Creationists are right after all.

T. Nguyen, amazon.com discussions 39 Comments [10/7/2007 9:57:26 PM]
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Quote# 3511

But dishonesty should not be susprising -- the whole reason they push evolution is to exclude a Creator who has given us absolute moral laws (e.g. against dishonesty).

Socrates, Theology Web 6 Comments [7/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 90376

[regarding a political ad joking about who first-time voters should "lose their voting virginity" to]

If I were an attorney I would file a political lawsuit against Obama. Why?

1) Each day there are hundreds of thousands of Americans who have a birthday (330Mil / 365 = avg)
2) Of those around 1/2 are women, and thus thousands are still 17 years old
3) I would argue Obama is soliciting himself to first time female voters including underage teens with this add.

That's my .02c ... We have to take the trash out on Nov 6th!

God is watching, yes the Lord sees and knows... that Obama will rise up and strike this add down.

In Christ, Rapture Ready 50 Comments [10/28/2012 7:09:47 PM]
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Quote# 99873

You and many others completely miss the point of the militant Gay/Lesbian "community."

Remember, I said Militant.

If a Lesbian couple walk into my photography studio and start trying to book me to photograph their wedding, and I tell them that homosexuality is against my religious tenets, that based on my religious beliefs, I can't not photograph their wedding, the next day I get hit with a lawsuit for discrimination.

If two Gay men walk into my bakery and start picking out a wedding cake and I tell them that I do not do wedding cakes for Gay couples because it's against my religious principles, I get sued.

I don't know if you are truly not aware, or just willfully ignoring the fact that photographers and bakers have already been put out of business because of those exact scenarios. One of those [the photographer] was victim to that scenario in New Mexico, and the cake shop in Denver that refused to bake the cake is also out of business.

I haven't read the Arizona Bill, but from all accounts, it was poorly constructed. That may be so. I wouldn't know how to start to write a law that actually does give businesses the absolute right to refuse service and protect that business from a discrimination lawsuit if it refused to provide service to a Gay/Lesbian couple, based on the business owner's religious beliefs.

But I know that the Militant Gay/Lesbian "community" has successfully used a person's religious beliefs to hammer them into submission, and I know it isn't right.

If a Muslim cab driver will not allow a blind person into his cab with a guide dog, based on the Muslim belief that dogs are unclean, the Muslim cab driver should have the absolute right to refuse service.

To my knowledge, no Muslim cab driver has been sued, although many refuse to allow people with service dogs into their cabs.

Gays/Lesbians will not cross a Muslim. No way, no how, but it's open season on Christians, and that runs the gamut, every phase of Christian life is under assault, and not just from Gays and Lesbians, but they are the most vocal and the most militant.

The idea that so many have expressed is that a Gay/Lesbian couple will just go to another purveyor of service if that purveyor has strong religious beliefs about Homosexual marriage is silly.

They won't seek another purveyor, they will sue.

They have and they do and they will continue to sue.

Lubbock, Where Liberty Dwells 32 Comments [3/10/2014 3:27:55 AM]
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Quote# 85840

It sure will be shocking for the millions from the church of oprah that will realize that oprah isn't their savior with her brilliant ideas about there being no need for Jesus. Again I can't type out my frustration!!



kissimmeeman, Rapture Ready 32 Comments [1/30/2012 4:35:42 AM]
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Submitted By: Frank
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Quote# 69340

[Disney/Pixar's A Bug's Life]

There was something's in the movie that makes this movie, one that won't end up in my video collection. The first thing is the praying mantis is first seen meditating yoga style. Not something I won't to teach my kids. Second is when the praying mantis is performing his act he says he is using his psyche to pick someone for his trick and I wonder where he is suppose to be getting his power from to complete the trick if he is using his psyche for the first part. It only takes a brief look at Acts 16:16-18 to discover the source of psychic powers. His performance is new age to the fullest. No new age is getting in my house. Also you might want to look at all the phrases your kids will learn from this film. Phrases: “Shut up,” “You parasite,” “”Poo poo heads,” “Ingrates,” “Who ordered the poo poo platter?,” “You fight like a girl,” “Stupid,” “Loser,” “Screw up,” “Turn your butt off,” “Idiot,” “You moron,” and “You piece of dirt.”
—Sam McNear, age 28

Sam McNear, Christian Answers 42 Comments [1/5/2010 11:46:17 PM]
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Submitted By: M.M.
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Quote# 5676

[On the Da Vinci Code, a best-selling book that includes Jesus' fathering a child with Mary Magdalene]I wasn't aware that everytime somebody used their imagination to write a novel, that we should all of a sudden take their fiction to be historical truth... with no evidence either explicit or implicit to back any of these wild unsupported hypotheses.

Tarmac, POD Warrior Forum 7 Comments [12/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 24385

(What about a 14-year-old girl who finds herself pregnant?)

No 14-year-old girl ever “found” herself pregnant. She got pregnant. This deceptive rhetoric is intended to rationalize abortion by projecting women as victims of their pregnancies rather than participants in them.

ProlifeAmerica, ProlifeAmerica 31 Comments [4/29/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Winston Jen
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Quote# 31375

The only book that should be burnt or banned is the muSSlim-nazi koran.

newman, JTF Forum 38 Comments [11/20/2007 11:10:13 AM]
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Quote# 27624

I know of Einstein's evil quotes, and as far as I'm concerned, he's a great example of a scientist. I don't want those kind of people on our side. The less "education", the better.

Follower, teens4christ 64 Comments [7/26/2007 11:44:07 PM]
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Submitted By: David
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