Quote# 106986

We can declare we love homosexuals until the cows come home (and should do so, I suppose), but they have declared war with Christ's family and they have sole ability to be at war, like it or not. If you refuse to admit evil, having saturated homosexuals, is at war with us you cannot, ever, honestly spread the gospel because you have surrendered to political correctness, not to Christ.

Thank you, Mr. Barber, for being honest in the face of the dragon.

RCQ_92130, BarbWire comments 21 Comments [3/12/2015 2:47:35 AM]
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Quote# 36971

You're right! Thanks for waking me up. I really shouldn't have said it that way. I don't know what I was thinking. I really should have said it like this:

Mona Lisa is proof of Leonardo Da Vinci. That's common sense.
The Statue of David is proof of Michelangelo. That's common sense.
Falling Water is proof of Frank Lloyd Wright. That's common sense.
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is proof of Samuel Langhorne Clemens. That's common sense.
Creation is proof of the Creator. That's common sense.

Anyone that says differently (without some sort of solid evidence), in my opinion, is just being stubborn, or foolish, or both.

Have a nice day

MekFelix, Gametrailers 29 Comments [3/31/2008 2:01:20 AM]
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Quote# 59568

Don't you guys just about wanna scream? I know I do. I totally get that nothing catches God by surprise, but it pains me like I can't even explain to go down with this sinking ship. I used to believe that the rapture would happen before America fell, but we are FALLING and now I am just so brokenhearted that we are still here to see it happening in such a ridiculous, insane, insidious way as a result of greed, pride and deception.

I see a lot of comments about how the collapse of America only means the rapture is very near but what if America collapses and we all succumb to horrible deaths and the rapture ISN'T very near?

I feel like a sitting duck.

MidnightCry, Rapture Ready 72 Comments [2/24/2009 7:43:33 AM]
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Quote# 105655

If we really understood God’s priorities, we wouldn’t think there is anything sad about souls ending up in Hell for an eternity. Hell is not a bummer to God, it’s a glorious thing. God will not be mocked. He delights in justice. He delights in revenge (see Why God Loves Hell). But while God thoroughly enjoys thrashing His enemies, He is also extremely gracious, kind, patient, and merciful. Before condemning us to Hell, God gives us plenty of chances to come to Him. He educates us about who He is and what He wants. He makes sure we have the internal resources we need to meet His demands for reverential submission (see The Salvation Process: Understanding the Fairness of God). If we really saw how incredibly gracious God is towards every soul and if we were really loving God first, then we would feel furious at seeing souls continue to spit in His face for their entire lives and we would celebrate their demise. Being aligned with God means caring about HIS feelings more than we care about the comfort of created things. Being loyal to God means wanting Him to be revered and honored by every human soul.

Anna Diehl, The Pursuit of God 44 Comments [1/6/2015 4:27:19 AM]
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Quote# 75076

[A Series of really angry tweets because of prop 8 Trials]

Prop 8 Decision Threatens Core Civil Right to Vote for Marriage -This is a travesty of justice. The majority of Californians - and two-thirds of black voters in California - have just had their core civil right to vote for marriage stripped from them by an openly gay federal judge who has misread history and the Constitution to impose his San Francisco views on the American people.

The implicit comparison Judge Walker made between racism and marriage is particularly offensive to me and to all of us who remember the reality of Jim Crow.

It is not bigotry it is biology that discriminates between same-sex couples and opposite-sex couples. To make a marriage requires a husband and a wife because these unions are necessary to make new life and connect children to their mother and father.

Judge Walker’s slur will not stand the test of time and history. We demand that Congress and the Supreme Court act to protect all Americans’ right to vote for marriage.


Bishop Harry Jackson, Right Wing Watch 64 Comments [8/11/2010 9:08:14 AM]
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Quote# 2806

[i][In a discussion about pornography][/i]Why do we even need to draw nudes in the first place? We don't.

Susan, Christian Forums 24 Comments [4/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 5508

there isnt a lack of evidence about the flood, its just that scientists choose not to acknowledge it, as it would prove much of our thinking today wrong. and scientists hate to be wrong

nevermind, Totse.com Community 13 Comments [12/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 58293

"In all their polemics, the anti-creationists invariably avoid discussing the actual scientific evidence for macro-evolution. If there were any such evidence, they could easily settle the whole conflict, merely by presenting the evidence! Instead they seem compelled to resort to bombast ridicule, defamation, intimidation, and distortion.

Henry Morris (Father of "Creation Science; founder of the Institute for Creation Research), Wikiquote 38 Comments [2/10/2009 7:26:07 PM]
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Quote# 4363

Now, what happens if you are right? We both die in ground, and i won't particularly care whether i lead people to believe in something incorrect. I'll be too dead to worry about it.

Magus55, Internet Infidels 10 Comments [9/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 109719

When my mother got pregnant of me, doctors said that both she and I would likely die and that she should have an abortion. Luckily, she's completely against it and she could never do such a thing. Well, despting knowing that we could both die, she carried on and delivered. And her I am, a healthy man and my mother is also still alive. God bless her!
I don't know if there's life after death, but if there is and if dead people can haunt the living (I don't actually believe in that stuff, by the way) and I happened to be an aborted person, I'd haunt my mother for the rest of her days.

When your own mother decides to kill you, that's as bad as it can get. There's no one in this world that I trust more than my mother. I'd gladly put my life in her hands, for I know that the love of my mother for me knows no bounds. The same can be said about my love for my mother. Whenever I think that there are women who have no problem in disposing of their own children, as if they were some kind of parasite, I become apalled.
Painful death is what they deserve.



You see, I've always said that I find surprising that abortion is a cause for debates. After all, we never see anyone talking about whether or not homicides should be made legal.
I think the reason for that is because it is just much easier to kill off someone who's still inside a womb. Someone that no one sees, hears and knows. As they say: out of sight, out of heart...

No matter how many problems a woman has, it is no excuse to make an abortion. It is far worse than rape, which many people seem to regard as the most terrible crime ever. When a woman is pregnant, she just has to deal with it.

And I find it funny how people who are for abortion like to call themselves "pro-choice". Women make their choices when they decide to have sex (except in the case of rape, but, in that case, they can just put the child up for adoption. Maybe even keep the child. There are many women who kept their children who were the result of rapes. After all, that doesn't change the fact that it IS their children too, not just the rapists'.
Sure, raping is a terrible crime and, if it was up to me, I'd have all rapists completely castrated, but that is no excuse to kill your own child. That'd just make the woman who did it much worse than the rapist). And no, an abortion isn't deciding what you do with your own body. It is deciding what you do with someone else's.
One could also say that it is the psychopath's choice to get an axe and cleave someone's skull.

Like I said, just as a newborn child is developing into a fully functioning adult, so is an embryo.

And by the way, many people seem to think that all who oppose abortion are religious fanatics. This has nothing to do with religion. I'm not religious myself. It is just a matter of having some good sense.


O Rei do Frango Assado, Shenmue dojo 25 Comments [6/17/2015 5:57:02 AM]
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Quote# 53416

Christians, we are hated. Absolutely hated. Before I get into that, I want to put the hatred being directed at us in its proper perspective. While it's never pleasant to be disliked, when we're hated by the world for caring about the things we need to care about? We're in very good company.

Jesus said, as recorded in John 15:18-19:{snip}

Presently, the Christian right is being villified by the press and liberal supporters of Barack Obama. And why? I would submit to you it is because we have torn the cloke they have hidden their sins under away from them and they are lashing out at us in response.

It is the Church of the living God that is standing in the trenches today fighting the war of good versus evil most vocally. While there are secular conservatives in the trenches with us to be sure, Satan and his minions are doing everything within their power to place the blame for all resistance being lifted against the homosexual agenda and the pro-abortion movement squarely on Christians and Christians alone which is to be expected as shown in Scripture above.

While I don't want to be alarmist and raise any unwarranted concerns in the Body of Christ concerning how we're going to be treated from this point forward in America, the future isn't looking bright. Personally, I suspect whether Senator Obama takes the White House or not, the days of Christians being able to boldly proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ and the whole of Scripture without facing persecution is practically over.

Michael G. Mickey, Rapture Alert 61 Comments [12/1/2008 9:46:21 PM]
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Quote# 107214

Atheists worship nature. Everything they call science today is worship of nature. We could discuss relativity and the Galilean transformation equations if you want to. Atheists worship a false miracle called the length contraction

Robert B. Winn, Amazon Religion Forum 31 Comments [3/20/2015 3:07:18 AM]
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Quote# 133888

Along with all of my Christian Brothers, I can declare that Jesus saves. Here is an account of the message Jesus gave to me when I was saved.

I can remember it clearly like it was just yesterday. I was swimming in the crystal, clear water off of Cabo San Lucas, when I realized I had forgotten to put my sun block. I turned around to head back when I saw a yacht with about twelve handsome men onboard. I wasn’t paying attention to where I was swimming and in a split second I cut my leg badly on a reef. I could see the blood and I knew I was in a bad situation. I yelled out to the boat, “Help!” I became faint and went underneath the water. I heard a voice say, “Do not covet your neighbors possessions.” I thought to myself, does this mean no more trips to Macy’s?
I found myself back on the surface and thought I saw someone walking towards me. I must have been delusional. I went underwater again saw my whole life pass in front of me. I came up and thought this would be last time I would see the sky. I went under the water thrice and felt a strong hand rescue me from the water.

I awoke to see several men surrounding me. One of the men steeped towards me and said, “I am Jesus and I have saved you from watery depths.” I didn’t know what to say and fell to my knees. Jesus said, “Bid me to come inside of you.” (Note: All of this was in Spanish, so it’s likely that some nuances have been lost). Jesus took me to a cabin under the deck. It was something that I will never forget. It was a powerful, jolting epiphany when Jesus entered me. We went back topside and had some wine, bread and cheese. Jesus liked to make wine and owns a vineyard in Baja California.

We sailed into port and before I left, I said, “Jesus what should I do?” Jesus said, “Enter the narrow gate, for if the gate is wide the way is easy. For if the gate is narrow, the way will be hard, that leads to life and those who find it are few. Be a fisherman of men. He that receives you receives me. I do not come in peace, but with a sword. Sow good seed and remember the playing field is the world.” I walked away feeling I had been reborn to spread his message and tell the story of how I invited Jesus into me and how he saved me from the watery depths.

Gary

John-John, Tasithoughts' Weblog 15 Comments [11/6/2017 6:34:04 AM]
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Quote# 42075

[A little taster from an article of a magazine which calls itself pompously "Real Truth Magazine"]

Why is evolution cemented in the minds of many as fact, when it is nothing more than theory?

How did this occur?

Certain aspects of evolution may be confusing and difficult to understand. Do not be surprised! The rationale invented to support evolution is bewildering and complicated. It is tiresome and boring. Certain facts are conveniently left behind, and tedious scholarly language is used to stop most people from examining the subject in detail. Left frustrated, most assume evolution to be fact.

This series will demystify the subject. You will know if evolution is science fact or science fiction. Convoluted and illogical theories will be simplified in a way never before presented. While some sections are technical, the more detail given, the better you will be able to see through the theory’s “smoke and mirrors.” Clear and simple logic always destroys ill-conceived suppositions.

Once evolution is dismantled, you will be left with many questions—and serious implications.

[Read the whole thing!]

Bradford G. Schleifer, Real Truth Magazine 53 Comments [7/1/2008 12:58:36 PM]
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Quote# 115068

If you are a man and you declare yourself a “feminist,” you are hitting start on a countdown clock to fake rape allegations.

Milo Yiannopoulos, Twitter 31 Comments [12/6/2015 5:46:17 AM]
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Quote# 124381

Our courts are infested with human fecal matter wearing black robes trying to get us to submit to Islam. We will not submit to the judicial tyrants or to the Jihadist psychos.

Trumpisourlastchance, Free Republic 21 Comments [2/9/2017 11:40:10 PM]
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Quote# 66669

[On teaching kids about environmentalism.]

Our church teamed up with the local public schools to run a day camp this summer. They ran the curriculum and supplied the teachers and funding. We supplied the facilities and administration. What we ended up with with an environmental cook's dream. My boys came home and started packratting capri sun juice box garbage to make one of those stupid "upcycle" bags.

It took me 3 weeks to deprogram them from all that. The result, our church will not be working with the school system again. Lesson learned.

Paul H, Moonbattery 39 Comments [10/19/2009 10:00:42 AM]
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Quote# 21402

If evolution is true, why don't scapegoats evolve?

Evolution wants to do away with the need for a Creator, so why not? If Christ is not necessary for Creation, perhaps scapegoats should evolve. A scapegoat would simply exist to bear the abuses of the rest of the species.

If you want to mould evolution to fit the evidence, you can always start with the placenta for scapegoat hopes. The placenta exists solely to feed the newborn child and dies when this job is done. Similarly we could expect to find scapegoats for entire species.

There is one problem with this theory though: God cares. There is no way that God would create a creature solely to suffer punishment; even Christ will rule in His Kingdom for a thousand years. The theory of evolution will never see evidence of scapegoat creations because God will not allow it: it is not part of the design!

Gottservant, Christian Forums 62 Comments [3/1/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 70365

If mathematics was properly
applied it would deny evolution as it is currently postulated. Chaos theory and
evolution theory are not currently compatible. Based on your post you believe
that the process cannot be applied equally to every living thing because it is
different. Yet every living thing has DNA and a limited set of environmental
variables. DNA is only composed of amino acids and proteins not other elements.
Therefore, DNA bahaves in a specific manner consistent with amino acids and
proteins. It is sort of like rolling a dice. You can only get a 1 of 6 outcomes
possible.

geobubs, Yahoo Groups 61 Comments [2/11/2010 7:11:55 AM]
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Quote# 46474

[Regarding WoW]

Now being a Christian, we also need to view the powers of darkness that is subtly hidden behind these sorts of games.

There is magic in this game: from auras to ranged damaging ice novas, resurrection spells, etc, which isn’t of our Lord Jesus Christ. Now, we all know the “wiles of the enemy” and the “snares of the fowler”, and such game are set up by Satan to trap the gullible and immature Christians, and even if some say that it’s part and parcel of the game and that it’s harmless, then they will never know the truth that will set them free (John 8:32). Of course these things appear to be harmless in the eyes of those who are already seduced and deceived by the powers of darkness.

Christians who participate in this game need to be aware of the spiritual consequences.

Elijah2, ChristianForums.com 12 Comments [8/31/2008 10:50:20 PM]
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