Quote# 14564

Ah, the "altruist" seems so heartfelt.

But without the blood of Jesus, we are nothing, spirits headed headlong into hell, never seeing the darkness, the eternal darkness that waits for our sinful souls.

This is the worldly philanthropist outlook, people who think that by some certain work we'll enter heaven. Perhaps helping loved ones, or others, giving, etc. that that will satisfy our condition. But the fact remains that we are more than our bodies, and something will happen to our spirits when we die.

I'm laughing at the remarks about the Old Testament not applying anymore; ridiculous. The prophecies of old fulfill right before our very eyes, but the scales hide the truth from some. The Old Testament law is just as true today as yesterday; our God never changes.

I'm amused at the reference to Job; probably the oldest book of the Bible, that it is referred to as in "the middle", but Job is so real today, it seems like the lessons learned must have been cut out for just this generation!

As for "the good life being one inspired by love and knowledge"; I would only say 'tis true friend; but something's missing. Virtually every person ever born has affection for family, and pursues worldly knowledge. In that case, even Hitler had this form of "love" and "knowledge".

The search for God's Love and knowledge will eventually lead one to the Truth, the Way, the Life; that is Jesus. No search for Love or knowledge is complete without God's Son.

We cannot know true Love, nor Wisdom, without Jesus in our hearts.


JoeSaebi, Christian Forums 20 Comments [9/5/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 12166

you are implying that we override all moral standards of living just so homsexuals can spread Aids, leave poopy condoms everywhere, have anal sex in front of innocent children. If we set this example for children and call it "very good" we tell them that a man and a woman do not need to breed to continue humanity. How many more churches have to be burnt down before you liberals finally get it?

Origen, Sean Hannity Discussion Forum 61 Comments [6/5/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 3173

I just finished watching another tape from <a href="http://www.drdino.com">http://www.drdino.com</a> [Kent Hovind's website] It's not copyrighted so see if you can get the series on creation vs evolution. With three degrees I thought I was educated. I was duped. We have been lied too - the extent of the deception is incredible.

snowbird, Rapture Ready 10 Comments [6/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 29410

[False statement. There is no scientific or physical proof. There is a religious belief that he did so, and you are entitled to it."]

I have said that the historicity of Jesus rising from the dead is beyond reasonable doubt, you say "False statement. There is no scientific or physical proof." I never said there was - I said that there was historical proof - if you want, I could write a nice long thesis on here on the subject. I won't now, because I think you'd dogmatically reject it, on faith grounds. You seem to trust in the unproven (and hypocritical) statement that everything must be proven by science and physical things to be true.

soton si, SubChat 30 Comments [9/29/2007 4:11:39 PM]
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Quote# 46298

(HOLY SHIT. A mildly sane person says that they can't vote for McCain and feel good about it, so they're voting for a third party candidate.)

Lib alert! Lib alert! Socialist on board!

Well, we are definitely visiting in lefty-land aren't we?

I rest my case. Time for a Rip-Van-Winkle.

Antitox, RaptureReady 43 Comments [9/1/2008 3:02:14 AM]
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Quote# 4536

Unsupported? How so? Jesus' existence has been proven... They have also found a piece of what they believe to be Noah's arc. If you ask me, 'atheism' is unsupported assertation.

Adorer_Of_Blood, POD Warrior Forum 17 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 42493

[We don't see bizarre interruptions of known laws of physics so we could probably assume that they have always been consistent within the life of our universe.]

That's reasonable enough if one does not take into account the scientific fact that there was a violent change in the earth's environment when new atmospheric conditions caused the first torrential downpour of rain in earth history which is embedded in human consciousness by the sign of the rainbow. Along with this torrential rain were volcanic eruptions and tectonic upheavals in the very foundations of the earth of such magnitude as to blacken the sky with their molten ash forever altering the rate of cosmic ray penetration and ushering in the one and only Ice Age which the world had ever witnessed.

Dispense with this modern scientific analysis of the conditions which must have once prevailed on earth in order to create such magnificent testimonies to it as are evident for all to see in the topography of our American Grand Canyon and the door is opened to atheistic acounts of universal evolution with all of the meaninglessness which it entails.

joe_christian, Liberty News Forum 26 Comments [7/8/2008 2:06:29 AM]
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Quote# 109172

The trouble is "National Socialism" destroyed the German people, never again should aristocratic cabals be allowed to direct the actions of a country. Most of the German aristocratic elite were involved in the occult and were homosexual. That does not fill me with pride of country.

Ceawlin, Anglo-Saxon Foundation 11 Comments [6/2/2015 3:18:18 AM]
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Quote# 59592

[From a long post about apostasy in the church.]

I know I'm not completely crazy because the bible says I'm not crazy and RR backs me up when I know something is wrong but can't put my finger on it. Sometimes I wonder if I'm being too picky though. I'll gladly take legalism over the apostasy any day.

carob, Rapture Ready 55 Comments [2/24/2009 11:11:13 PM]
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Quote# 53086

Really? You're life has just been so marvelously wonderful and you've never wondered why it is that we crazy Christians insist that ours is better? Could it be that maybe we've been on both sides and we know what we are talking about? Been there, done that and living without Christ is empty and meaningless. You will never convince me that you are "oh so very happy" without Him. I know the truth.

What is it with atheists not being able to understand that there is no "I" in God? It's not about what we think, it's what God says!!! Yes I have the truth, and you do not.

DayoftheLord, city-data.com 93 Comments [11/29/2008 7:57:18 AM]
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Quote# 99635

I have to wonder what is going on here. If homosexuality is perfectly normal, why would anyone be ashamed to be caught kissing another member of the same sex? Or do people who are homosexual not truly believe it is normal? When they try to convince us that it is normal, maybe they are simply trying to convince themselves.

Let me explain. I do things that are different from others. Some of them I am quite proud of, and even if I were the last man on earth doing it, I would continue doing it. If I were discovered, even if I tried to keep the act hidden, I would not be ashamed of doing it. If people ostracized or abused me or even threatened my life because of my behavior, I would feel a bit sad, but I wouldn’t stop doing the behavior, and I certainly wouldn’t commit suicide.

The reason why is because I believe the behavior is fundamentally right and good and honorable. My view doesn’t depend on what others think of me or my actions; I have made a conscious decision and that’s what I have decided is right.

I get the feeling that the suicide problem in the homosexual community is not because there are people who think it is odd or unnatural behavior, or even because some people think it is sinful behavior. Instead, I believe the reason why homosexuals tend to commit suicide when they are discovered or mocked is because they know the behavior is wrong, and have no self-control to correct their behavior to match what they believe to be right. In the end, when people point this out through ridicule, they are incapable of dealing with the cognitive dissonance and are lead to believe that only suicide can help them escape the anguish of that state of mind.

In other words, they aren’t committing suicide because of the actions of the people around them; they are committing suicide because of what they believe on the inside.

Jonathan Gardner, Federal Way Conservative 26 Comments [2/27/2014 4:01:45 AM]
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Quote# 2786

What are the general character traits and personality profiles of American anti-war protestors? Undoubtably some are religious pacifists who believe that all killing is evil. However, if the anti-war demonstrations in San Francisco and others cities are any indication, these protestors tend to fall into the following subcategories: 1. Liberal democrats with a strong disdain for conservative Republican causes and George Bush in general.2. Pro-abortion activists.3. Gay and Lesbian activists.4. National Organization of Women activists.5. Tree-huggers and eco-terrorists. Isn't it peculiar that the type of person most opposed to war might also be a sexual-predator baby-killer eco-terrorist liberal?

RoyWM, Christian Forums 11 Comments [4/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 126767

Also, while it is true that we are no longer under the Law today, those who are not in Christ are still under the Law. The ONLY reason that Homosexuals and Adulterers are not put to death is because of the laws of this country and our command to obey them unless they specifically require us to sin against God. Lessening the penalty for Homosexuality does not require that. Ergo, those countries that do have the Death Penalty are no less just than we.



Royce E. Van Blaricome, Stream.org 15 Comments [4/29/2017 12:48:09 PM]
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Quote# 3045

I do believe that God created the world. And if you took the whole picture then you could see that there are still monkeys that die monkeys. And there that people don't turn into ferns. (Ferns have the highest chromosome structure, and if we were really "evolving" into the highest and most integigent(sp?) creatures on earth then we would eventually become ferns!)

Giggle, HomeschoolDebate 11 Comments [5/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 120100

Scotland is a nice country but they are irrelevant in world affairs.

One of the large attractions to Trump is that he will cater mainly to the American people instead of giving our money away to a bunch of worthless beggar nations.

People laugh at Trump over world affairs but this is one of the factors that has made him popular- since most countries in the world are not worth knowing about and funding.

Africa, the Middle East, South America, much of Asia- all are backwards, dirt poor and only interesting in U.S. dollars- none of them of them cares about the U.S.

CTDex, City Data 32 Comments [6/27/2016 3:20:40 AM]
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Quote# 39455

women gain knowledge through natural training, education, and life experiences. She learns what is readily received and endeavors to keep learning because she does not understand what she has already learned, and is trying to comprehend the knowledge she has acquired. This occurs because she is without depth of comprehension (that which enables a person to go beyond actual learning experiences and place things into proper perspective). Since she does not understand, and wants to do so, she proceeds with an unending search for what she cannot obtain in this life. Satan is working in her keeping her from doing what is productive for the eternal kingdom.

David C. Trosch, trosch.com 46 Comments [5/18/2008 6:39:24 PM]
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Quote# 19219

The messages are a barely intelligible garble involving cloning, abuse, rape, the Mafia, Castro, Hitler, the Constitution, hurricane Katrina, Watergate and President Bush. [...]

Benavides said she first began receiving messages from God through a statue at her church. Now, she said, she gets the special messages when she reads the Bible. Sometimes she broadcasts the messages from a loudspeaker mounted on the roof of her car.

Estrella Benavides, San Francisco Chronicle 24 Comments [1/9/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 7466

rofl.. What external source does an athiest actually have to give advice on? Im befuddled.

Visionary7, Internet Infidels 6 Comments [6/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 26498

It is easy to be changed from gay to straight and vice versa. Of course it's easy to go from straight to gay, that's why the homosexual agenda is such a threat to society. And I know personally that a gay person can become straight, because my brother used to be gay. But with the help of ex-gay ministry he changed, and is married and has three children.

SweetAngeline, Christian Forums 62 Comments [6/17/2007 1:31:47 PM]
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Quote# 58855

Darwin gave atheists the “beginning” they needed to rid themselves of God. Darwin also was wise enough to realize that if a cell were more complex that simple protoplasm his theory would never hold up. As it turns out, a single cell is so incredibly complex that scientists have only a remote understanding of its inner workings. Believing that a human being could accidentally evolve from muck and ooze is as ridiculous as believing that a watch you find on the beach is the result of gravity, chemical reactions with salt water and erosion.

Blood of Tyrants, Free Republic 48 Comments [2/15/2009 10:33:14 PM]
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