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Quote# 103519

All through history there have been FALSE notions that hindered or damaged scientific advancement. For instance, the geocentric theory made it very hard to advance astronomy. Today, evolution is one of the greatest hindrances to the advancement of science. See the video “Expelled” with Ben Stein for many examples.

Kent Hovind, Dr. Kent Hovind's Blog 31 Comments [9/18/2014 3:12:49 AM]
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Quote# 103483

I put forth the same question to you. There is a degree of trust. The bible (and I'm talking about a real bible) excludes this because it does not contradict itself.

Goto the library and checkout any book you like written by man...you find contradictions easily. The bible (a real bible) does not have contradictions...man is full of contradictions...he "moves with the wind". Man could not write a 1000+ page book without contradictions.

Other than the bible, there is a degree of trust. The media cannot be trusted..they have lied and lied and lied over the span of more than 50 years.

With advanced CGI, and actors willing to sell their mother for $$$ (money is the root of all evil)....how much of the trust are you willing to give?

Morse 86, CF 21 Comments [9/18/2014 2:54:44 AM]
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Quote# 53971

Proof of Hell
We all know that secular scientists will not accept the Bible as a form of scientific proof.

Well, my pastor forwarded an email last night, with a link to a site that SCIENTIFICALLY PROVES that Hell exists thousands of miles beneath our very feet.


Please read!!

Garvan Ellison, The Garvanian 83 Comments [12/11/2008 5:55:37 AM]
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Quote# 101287

The biblical global Flood happened about 4,350 years ago. The Epic of Gilgamesh, which contains a distorted account of the Flood, was written down in Mesopotamia, in the general region from which Abraham came. And it was probably written down on clay tablets at a time closer to Abraham’s day than to Moses’ time. Moses, inspired by God (2 Peter 1:21), wrote down the authentic account of the Flood, and it is preserved in the book of Genesis. Tyson asserts that the Akkadian epic, because it was written earlier than the Mosaic account, was the source of the Old Testament account. However, the source was the shared history of a real global Flood, not a shared piece of literature.

The biblical historical account, recorded under the inspiration of God by Moses, is completely believable in all its details. This genuine history in Genesis 6–9 and the distorted version adapted from Sumerian legends and preserved in the Akkadian Epic of Gilgamesh report on the same historical event. Therefore, the fact that there are some similarities is easily understood.

In contrast to the Gilgamesh epic, the authenticity of the biblical account is supported by internal consistency of the Scriptural account, the consistency of the Scriptural account with the worldwide geological evidence of the Flood, the scientific confirmation of the biblical global Flood in every detail, and the consistency of the Scriptural account of the Flood’s survivors with other recorded history. The capricious and unseemly nature of the gods in the Gilgamesh epic stand in sharp contrast to the just, holy, and merciful character of God in the authentic biblical account. There is no justification for supposing the true history in the Bible to be a spin-off of the Gilgamesh epic.

Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell, Answers in Genesis 46 Comments [6/2/2014 3:06:22 AM]
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Quote# 45287

Do any Christians today still boycott the Beatles because John Lennon said they were more famous than Jesus?

Answer : a boycott wasn't necessary, remember he was shot by his own fan. I dare say he regrets that commit every moment of his existence now.

I Believe !, Yahoo Answers 40 Comments [8/18/2008 10:43:50 PM]
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Quote# 85067

(Article title: 101 evidences for a young earth.)

Ages of millions of years are all calculated by assuming the rates of change of processes in the past were the same as we observe today—called the principle of uniformitarianism. If the age calculated from such assumptions disagrees with what they think the age should be, they conclude that their assumptions did not apply in this case, and adjust them accordingly. If the calculated result gives an acceptable age, the investigators publish it.

Examples of young ages listed here are also obtained by applying the same principle of uniformitarianism. Long-age proponents will dismiss this sort of evidence for a young age of the earth by arguing that the assumptions about the past do not apply in these cases. In other words, age is not really a matter of scientific observation but an argument about our assumptions about the unobserved past.

The assumptions behind the evidences presented here cannot be proved, but the fact that such a wide range of different phenomena all suggest much younger ages than are currently generally accepted, provides a strong case for questioning those accepted ages (about 14 billion years for the universe and 4.5 billion years for the solar system).

Also, a number of the evidences, rather than giving any estimate of age, challenge the assumption of slow-and-gradual uniformitarianism, upon which all deep-time dating methods depend.

Many of these indicators for younger ages were discovered when creationist scientists started researching things that were supposed to “prove” long ages. The lesson here is clear: when the evolutionists throw up some new challenge to the Bible’s timeline, don’t fret over it. Sooner or later that supposed evidence will be turned on its head and will even be added to this list of evidences for a younger age of the earth. On the other hand, some of the evidences listed here might turn out to be ill-founded with further research and will need to be modified. Such is the nature of science, especially historical science, because we cannot do experiments on past events (see “It’s not science”).

Science is based on observation, and the only reliable means of telling the age of anything is by the testimony of a reliable witness who observed the events. The Bible claims to be the communication of the only One who witnessed the events of Creation: the Creator himself. As such, the Bible is the only reliable means of knowing the age of the earth and the cosmos. See The Universe’s Birth Certificate and Biblical chronogenealogies (technical).

In the end the Bible will stand vindicated and those who deny its testimony will be confounded. That same Bible also tells us of God’s judgment on those who reject his right to rule over them. But it also tells us of his willingness to forgive us for our rebellious behaviour. The coming of Jesus Christ, who was intimately involved in the creation process at the beginning (John 1:1–3), into the world, has made this possible (see Good news).

Don Batten, Creation Ministries International 34 Comments [12/27/2011 3:57:15 AM]
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Quote# 103523

["The presence of the anti-christ? I can't wade through 42 pages of people making fun of a likely idiot but let me guess...

Obama is the Anti-Christ.]

You got it Tj,
This is hot off the press- the day before 9-11 Obama had a video-
President Obama addresses the nation on the ISIL.... (by the White House) on youtube.
I am telling you that the address was completely Computer Graphics.

One clue is there are frames missing on the time line at the beginning and at the end.
At the end, O goes from being before the podium to having his back turned and being 15 feet away in one frame - one second.
And yet in the vid he walks away. Same at the beginning- no frames but he takes 6 steps to the podium.
Check it out.

I don't want to derail this post but this info is connected-

"and he had power to give life to the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak........" Rev 13:15
My perception is this is a test run for the new tech.
Interestingly I am told, the patent is called, Animating the beast.

I fully realize I will be roasted for posting the above, but I wanted to get this out there, because the level of deception will be rising dramatically.
It says in scripture that he deceives the whole world.
I want you guys to NOT be deceived.

professor, AtheistForums. org  17 Comments [9/18/2014 3:14:35 AM]
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Quote# 56253

This guy must have missed the recent studies that show churchgoers are generally more happy and enjoying thier lives more than non-churchgoers. And they have happier marriages and better sex lives. So, I think there is a false assumption somewhere within this message.

Here’s my slogan. Believe in God and go to church; you’ll get better sex.

Now that would sell.

RedSoxNation, hotair 63 Comments [1/13/2009 6:24:10 PM]
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Quote# 6627

Hubble Space Telescope Looks Back to Edge of 'Big Bang'... Yeah, right. We all know that the Big Bang Theory goes against the laws of thermodynamics and entropy.

Hughes, Rapture Ready 11 Comments [4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 103489

As I demonstrated in my debate with Bill Nye in February, creationists can be—and are!—great scientists. No one in their right mind would argue that Sir Isaac Newton, Kepler, or Francis Bacon (inventor of the scientific method) hindered science. Nor would they say that Raymond Damadian, the inventor of the MRI scanner, can’t do science. Observational or experimental science—the kind of science that deals with the present and is testable, repeatable, and observable—does not require a belief in evolution! That’s why both creationists and evolutionists can do amazing things like being involved in building space shuttles and finding cures for diseases. However, when you move into historical science—the kind of science (knowledge) that deals with origins (beliefs about the past), and is not directly observable, repeatable, or testable—your model of origins will determine how you interpret the evidence of the present. It all depends on your starting point! Is it man’s fallible opinion about the past or God’s infallible Word?

Ken Ham, Facebook 19 Comments [9/18/2014 2:57:23 AM]
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Submitted By: Chris
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Quote# 103490

The Bible plainly says,

Revelation 13:16-18, “And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.”

It also should be considered that the number 6 is the number of mankind. In Romans 6:6, the word “man” is the 6th word of the 6th verse of the 6th chapter of the 6th book of the New Testament. I don't get caught up into Biblical numerology that much, but it's preeminence throughout the Scriptures cannot be denied. God cleverly assembled the Bible in such a way that it is evident that the Lord loves numerology (the study of numbers).

God wouldn't have tossed out the challenge in Revelation 13:18 to compute the number of a man, who will be the Antichrist, unless it were possible to solve. At no point throughout history have Christians been able to discern Biblical prophecy as accurately as today, because we are blessed to literally be living in prophetic history (that is, prophecy is history written in advance). The New World Order is unfolding before our very eyes, being called for by name around the world by the leaders of nations, scholars, the Pope, scientists, educators and influential people from all walks of life.

We are witnessing prophetic history being fulfilled. I am confident that the challenge in Revelation 13:18 was put there by God for more than just our mere curiosity; but rather, as a lamp unto the feet of the saints who will be persecuted and many martyred during the Tribulation by the Antichrist. Remember, the Antichrist cannot be introduced to the world until the Rapture of the saints (2nd Thessalonians 2:7-8). So, in my humble thinking, I would think that the challenge of Revelation 13:18 will not be solvable until that time. I am grateful to God, and feel so blessed every time I read the Bible, to have such a clear view of Biblical prophecy.

The Old Testament prophets didn't understand what they wrote. The prophet Daniel even saw things from the End Times in visions, and desired to know what they meant, but God told him it wasn't meant for him. Daniel 12:8-9, “And I heard, but I understood not: then said I, O my Lord, what shall be the end of these things? And he said, Go thy way, Daniel: for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end.”

It is abundantly clear that we are now living in the End Times, during the time of the feet of iron and clay of Nebuchadnezzar's image. The Second Coming of Christ is represented in Nebuchadnezzar's dream by a STONE cut from a mountain without hands, which is Jesus Christ, who will smash the image (the kingdoms of this world), and establish His own Kingdom. Even so, come, Lord Jesus!

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Precious.org 13 Comments [9/18/2014 3:00:12 AM]
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Quote# 103518

Beer is often sold at football games. Beer has NOTHING to do with football and beer does NOT ever produce better athletes by frequent association with football. It is true that the evolution religion is unfortunately often mixed with science books, but it will never become science by virtue of frequent association with real science. Evolution needs to be taught in a RELIGION class at school or maybe an “ancient mythology” class, but NOT in a SCIENCE class.

Kent Hovind, Dr. Kent Hovind's Blog 41 Comments [9/18/2014 3:12:35 AM]
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Submitted By: Chris
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Quote# 50952

When will the persecution of Kent Hovind end?
My pastur says evolution supports homosexuality, and Kent Hovind should not be jailed for telling people the truth. I did not know that going to a government school that my boy Earl would be exposed to such awful, perverted things. Luckily, my pastur assured us that Kent would be freed and then he had gave each of the boys in the church an exam looking for signs of homosexuality. With a speculum, you can check for odor of semen in the reckum, and know quickly if your son has been exposed to evolution from a public school. PLease free Kent now so he can keep telling truths about it. When will this persecution end?

enuice4jesus, Yahoo Answers 69 Comments [10/30/2008 7:06:51 PM]
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Quote# 89211

One of the most disturbing effects of the world's fascination with all things supernatural (except for Jesus) is the impact on our children through video games and entertainment based on the ancient influences referenced in the video:

Dungeons and Dragons
Masters of the Universe
World of Warcraft
Innumerable violence/combat games
Werewolves (for teens of course)
Harry Potter
Grand Theft Auto
The Hunger Games

Anybody here old enough to remember "O Mighty Isis" (Saturday morning kid's show)?

It's bad enough that electronics has transformed many of our children into obese, drooling couch potatoes. Edison and Tesla never intended video devil worship.

Raphael, rapture ready 81 Comments [8/29/2012 5:40:32 AM]
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Submitted By: Tony
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Quote# 92353

At its most basic, I believe birth control is a plan concocted by the ultimate enemy of humanity. I believe all artificial birth control is essentially satan’s plan to cause mayhem and discord, and ultimately death and extinction, for humans.

sunshinemary,  The Woman and the Dragon 48 Comments [1/30/2013 4:12:14 AM]
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Quote# 103485

“A people without children would face a hopeless future; a country without trees is almost as helpless.”
Theodore Roosevelt.

Not wanting children is something I struggle to understand, especially for a woman. I understand some women can not, God have mercy. But surely the urge must be there, and feminism burys it deep.

What is the objective of life for woman if not to have children? I am 23 years old and when I think how I do not have children yet it makes me feel very sad. But I am ok because I have many neices and nephews and two more due to be born next month. :D . I hope I make my own soon, because I am way behind. My oldest sister made her first at age 16. Which is quite young, but she was married so it is okay.

This is one thing I am confused about, I do not understand how feminism alone is capable to make a large number of women not want to be mothers. Feminism is just a ideology. Wanting children is a biological urge. We play with dolls from when we are old enough to walk and pretend they are our babies. We make ourselfs look pretty so to attract a husband, to make babies. I think it is deeper than feminism, it has to be hormonal imbalances or something else wrong. Christianity tells us some things can not be done before marriage (for good reason), that does not mean human beings who adhere to Christianity LOSE the urge, they just control it. How can a simple ideology like feminism take that natural urge from a woman? That is why I think it is more than feminism. There are a few possibilities of what it could be, maybe, birth control. Birth control effectively tricks a woman’s body in thinking it is pregnant so no ovulation, thus taking the broody feeling away.
A woman with healthy hormones, no birth control, is usually broody by age 19, in my opinion. Before, even some women who did not have babies or could not, usually become nuns/nurses, so they were still utilizing their need to care and nurture.

Agapoula, The Kakistocracy 24 Comments [9/18/2014 2:56:08 AM]
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Quote# 103520

TV Networks Refuse to Renew Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s Cosmos for a Season Two

Haywood Bynum III

 Hollywood, CA – Citing low ratings and pockets of public outrage due to the show’s controversial content, TV networks and cable broadcasters have refused to renew Cosmos:  A Spacetime Odyssey for a second and final season.  The final episode of this horribly dangerous show will air June 9th, 2014, then face eternal cancellation.
With only nine episodes, Cosmos has greatly angered the moral majority of America.  It is one thing to espouse bizarre theories of ‘magical’ Big Bang explosions that come from nothing and try to claim that human life started with endosymbiotic bacteria that evolved to a species that can contemplate colonizing mars* with space ships, but to air such things on television to a captive audience, is just patently criminal and unfair.

Seth McFarlane, the creator of controversial children’s cartoon South Park, is no stranger to twisting the truth to his own design and manipulating the weak minded to influence their future decisions.  Cosmos is marketed to the innocent, to the laypeople of America and kids who want to see Neil DeGrasse Tyson zoom around space in his fancy “Ship of the Imagination”, a CGI Fx that is just as fake as all the glitzy theories he throws around as fact in every episode.

With the type of eye-candy he uses in his spinoff children’s cartoon series Futurama, Seth McFarlane knows how to capture the mind of children.  He then uses the boomy, soothing bellows of Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s baritone narrative to woo housewives into watching this show, while husbands are left watching it as well to see what all the fuss is about.

All across the nation, this dangerous show has captivated good, Christian nuclear families and it has confused their understanding of Creationism with unverified scientific ‘fact’.  And it is that fact that makes this show so dangerous and unfit for the airwaves.

I personally think the fire tornado that struck a Missouri town who refused to cancel Cosmos last week scared tv executives.  They knew that if they continued to air a show that so many righteous people are against, that nature itself starts unleashing supernatural fury, that the show is just too much and should be cancelled.

My prayers will be answered on June 9th and I can only hope and pray that not too many minds were ruined due to this horrible, fake show.

*mars is not capitalized in this article because the name of the planet is a Romeo-Wiccan Illuminati conspiracy to get everyone to accept the name of ‘Mars’ as a fact of science, when in reality mars was a false god of war and most likely just a demon trying to make humans sin during the height of the Greek and Roman empires.

Haywood Bynum III, TopekasNews 41 Comments [9/18/2014 3:13:07 AM]
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Submitted By: Gabriel LaVedier
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Quote# 103498

(Jesse Lee Peterson writes a follow-up to his article telling Christian bakers to make cakes for gay weddings but give the money to an anti-gay organization)

We could hire extra help just for homo-occasions. There are many young unemployed radicalized muslim men with long felony convictions and few job prospects. Since homosexuals are so open minded they would be thrilled to have mulim men between 18 and 29 helping with their party. I have seen you tube videos that attest to their skill with silverware....especially knives :)

Kenneth Mulderig, WND 17 Comments [9/18/2014 3:05:51 AM]
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Submitted By: PhillipaFry
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Quote# 103495

As you watch the news, do you feel as I do—that it seems the world is coming apart at the seams? There appears to be no end to the bad news. The killing of Christians by Muslims from Indonesia to Bangladesh to Pakistan. China tearing down church buildings. Christians tortured, beheaded, and crucified in Iraq, with villages burned and churches destroyed, and much the same in Syria.

American pastor Saeed Abedini is still imprisoned in Iran for his faith. Throughout Northern Africa, the Middle East, and many parts of the world, the church of Jesus Christ—and anyone or any group who bears His Name—is under attack. In our own country as well, there is great opposition to the church of Jesus Christ. We see this throughout the media, the entertainment industry, government, and politics.

Jesus warned His disciples in Matthew 24 when they asked Him about the signs of the end of the age. He said there would be wars and rumors of wars, famines, earthquakes, and pestilence. He told them, “Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name’s sake” (Matthew 24:9, KJV).

As I read the news, I can’t help but wonder if we are in the last hours before our Lord Jesus Christ returns to rescue His church and God pours out His wrath on the world for the rejection of His Son. I don’t know if we have hours, days, months, or years—but as Christians, God calls us to take the truth of the Gospel to the ends of the earth. Our job is to warn sinners of the consequences of sin and show them that God is loving and gracious, willing to forgive if we come to Him in repentance and faith. We have to accept God’s provision for our sins—the shedding of Christ’s blood on the cross. This is what we preach at BGEA—Jesus Christ, dead, buried, and risen! Ultimately this is what matters most in this world.

We have seen firsthand the pestilence of Ebola. This year the virus has already claimed the lives of over 1,000, making it the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history. A medical doctor serving with Samaritan’s Purse in Liberia was infected with this deadly virus, but through the prayers of many righteous, God spared his life. All this reminds me of the urgency of preaching the Gospel while we have the opportunity. Jesus tells us, “As long as it is day, we must do the works of him who sent me. Night is coming, when no one can work” (John 9:4, NIV).

Franklin Graham, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association 17 Comments [9/18/2014 3:03:51 AM]
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Submitted By: Chris
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Quote# 103499

For many decades Christians have specifically NOT been trying to 'force' their point of view down the throat of anybody.

cbzero, WND 32 Comments [9/18/2014 3:05:59 AM]
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Submitted By: PhillipaFry
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Quote# 103502

1 Reason...

Male homosexuality leads to a disgusting deplorable society in time and women are instinctually aware of that, Female homosexuality leads to... nothing particularly tragic for everyone else.

Before you all bash my brains in just listen and really think about it.

A: Disease

Women barely ever spread STD's to each other... it's that damn garden hose of our spewing stuff all over...

okay, the only thing that keeps Men in check from a constant desire to
Mate is the sanity of women and their avoidance of the topic... (being particular about who they shag)

Left alone Men screw constantly and with far more partners


But go to a gay nightclub... combine Meth or even Booze with a male sex drive unrestrained it gets Raunchy... some guys keep Hundreds of partners... That's a recipe for Disease

If your wife has sex with a woman are you at risk... no, but your husband gets buggered by a man... are you at risk... hell Yeah you are...of DEATH

Not a turn on

Then there's ANAL... your going to draw Blood in small amounts every time 2 men do it...

Not good to avoid disease

Women tend to be clean and care for themselves more... the risks of Male gay behavior...disease, many partners, involving the Poop Hole... just not a turn on for women, risk, huge risks

Before you bash me...

I was going to the Empire State building with my class when I was 8

There I saw my First Homosexual Male...1978, Gay Orgy Club time pre Aids...

Man wore a shirt on line that said:

"500 Man Fisting party"

Okay NOT HOT to a Chick... guy took 500 fists up his rear end...

That is men left alone with unrestrained sex... NOT GOOD

B: Sexual Reality

Men... despite all bravado and desire... limited sex drive built in chemical process to make us pass out

Women need... more sex, men we burn out

Your man having a Man in his life means... exhaustion, you get nada from either guy, less not more

A woman...when they wear a Guy out... keep going together, it's good sex for HER

Unless 2 guys were focused on her, not each other, she's going to end up with 2 passed out chumps instead of one

Remember... guys sexual peak is 20 Women 35

By the time your that age... man have to work at it to keep up, especially if she has had a couple of babies, giving her the orgasm flow when she is peaked out at my age is not as easy as it is when a girl is 19 and it's all new and your at no 1 position...

There is no viable sex life for a guy exhausting himself with men...

so women are

at risk

and have nothing to gain sexually

So they don't like to think of their guys going Gay

Even more

Gay Men can get sex when ever they want just like women... The world exists on Men doing WORK to impress Women...

Men start Gaying out like Women can just play... they don't need Women so much do they?

Nor do they need to advance much from, waiting tables or painting...

Not much a Womans agenda to take risks with men leaving their position of Financial Bondage is there?

Lets also add cleanliness

Some women might find the thought or image of one Man dominating another Hot

But when 2 women have se it ends in a hot sexy orgasm

2 Men... the ending can be...urrr Grotesque

Not to be graphic but when the last sight you see when your husband or lover cums with a man... might be an explosive organic Enema of a result on your bed sheets

It probably goes from Hot to Not in an instant for most women...

Things like crying in pain from rectal taring, or a giant scat moment just... isn't the same as a beautiful woman orgasming in the Clean and non Bed sheet ruining manner they do...

Lets just bring it back to "The 500 Man Fisting party Guy"

Man..can be damn disgusting... period, it's almost a favor to us that women sleep with some of us at all... Gay sex isn't Hot to Women Mostly
Worst you get from Lesbianism is a Lady with a pack of Marlboro's and a Flannel

Gay guys bring us Drag Queens and Parades and Orgies and ...yeah Diseases and non productivity and allot of social ills

A woman is just at Extreme risk if her Man is Bi on allot of levels...

The same just doesn't apply in the opposite direction... it's FAR from a double standard, there are real reasons one is hot to one sex but not the other

mopusvindictus, Above Top Secret 29 Comments [9/18/2014 3:07:55 AM]
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Submitted By: Menomaru
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Quote# 103501

Al-Qaeda doesn’t hate America more than Rachel Maddow hates America. Once you understand the basic anti-patriotic agenda of the American Left, you understand why this “big lesbian who looks like a man” — as she describes herself — is so adored by her MSNBC audience. She shares their hostility to everything these “broken people” typically hate, including capitalism, Christianity and the normal family. Naturally, Ms. Maddow is a cheerleader for the Party of Treason, Perversion and Poverty (otherwise known as Democrats) and if this involves a certain haphazard attitude toward the truth, we are not surprised. (Baltic, Balkans — to-may-to, to-mah-to.)

Robert Stacy McCain, BarbWire 16 Comments [9/18/2014 3:06:59 AM]
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Quote# 103494

This is the first time I've ever noticed so many pre-trib Christians - including well known evangelists - all speaking with urgency and truly of one accord as far as the rapture being an any-second-now, truly IMMINENT event. It seems that even the Christians that hold other rapture views also agree that we are on the doorstep of the tribulation. Since Israel became a nation again, I think there have been plenty of folks throughout the decades who felt we were getting close, but this is the first I've ever experienced where most all of us seem to be in agreement that the rapture and tribulation is coming fast. There is just this sense of urgency simmering in our hearts. I don't know - it's hard to put into words, but I do believe it is the Holy Spirit. These are exciting and yet also sobering times.
It is so evident that the world cannot go on like this for much longer. It's all coming to a head, and everything seems perfectly falling into place for the tribulation events to begin soon. We don't know when the Rapture will occur, of course, but this is the first time I've ever felt that we truly could be within weeks to months (and even much sooner) to it taking place. I've lost so much interest in the cares of this physical life - and not in a depressed or negative way at all! My mind is just on high alert now, and pondering higher things.

stauros, Rapture Ready 16 Comments [9/18/2014 3:03:36 AM]
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Submitted By: Chris
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Quote# 103460

On Thursday’s edition of “The 700 Club,” televangelist and former GOP presidential candidate Pat Robertson expressed his concern over the way that “the girl-on-girl movies” are supposedly influencing young people to pursue homosexual relationships. When a viewer called in for Robertson’s advice about how best to deal with news that her 21-year-old daughter had begun dating a woman, the host offered some words of wisdom about LGBT millennials.

“I think she needs somebody to help her get her identity straight,” Robertson said. “She may not be right in this, she may have thought she has a crush on some older girl along the way and she’s actually homosexual when she’s not, I don’t know. The whole question of sexual identity has gotten so blurred in the press these days it’s hard to know. Why is she that way? Was she molested when she was younger?”

Robertson’s co-host, Terry Meeuwsen, went on to suggest that the problem is people “telling kids to explore, it’s crazy,” at which point Robertson weighed in once more. “The girl-on-girl movies,” he said. “More and more they’re getting straight actresses to play lesbians and straight men to play homosexuals — and if you say anything against homosexuality, you are just hooted out of court.”

Robertson concluded with some direct advice for his distraught viewer. “You need to love your daughter and give her a chance to work this out,” he said. “If she gets deeper and deeper in it, sooner or later she is going to be disillusioned and say, ‘this is wrong, I want to come out of it.’”

Pat Robertson, Salon 31 Comments [9/16/2014 2:50:44 AM]
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Quote# 103487

Jesus the son of Tiberius Julius Pantera was born around 4 BC!!

When the Messiah was born the scepter had finally departed from Judah because the Romans occupied the country:

The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh comes; and unto him shall the gathering of the people be (Genesis 49:10).
By 50 BC, Judea was under the iron heel of Rome's legions, and Roman law superceded Jewish law in the country. Around 4-5 BC, a Roman soldier, stationed in Israel, RAPED a young Jewish woman named Miriam. The name Miriam was one of the most popular names for girls in Israel as David and Jehoshua were the 2 most popular names for boys.

A tombstone inscription of Tiberius Julius Pantera is now in a museum in Bad Kreuznach, Germany. Hurry up and see it before it disappears!!

A tombstone inscription of Tiberius Julius Pantera is in a museum in the land of Saint Martin Luther.

Satan the devil, in a mocking parody and counterfeit of the virgin birth, used a Roman soldier named Tiberius Julius Pantera to rape a young Jewish woman named Miriam.

Tiberius was stationed in Israel; he adopted the illegitimate son born to Miriam, and gave him the Latin name JESUS!!

The name Pantera means PANTHER–a wild animal. Roman soldiers were expected to behave beastly and live up to their names. The Latin inscription says:

Tiberius Julius Abdes Pantera of Sidon, aged 62 a soldiers of 40 years service, of 1st cohort of archers, lies here.

The vile, blasphemous slander against the virgin birth of the Messiah was also a popular theme among the pagans. One such pagan was a man named Celsus who wrote an anti-Christian polemic about 250 AD:

Let us imagine what a Jew–let alone a philosopher–might say to Jesus: "Is it not true, good sir, that you fabricated the story of your birth from a virgin to quiet rumours about the true and insavoury circumstances of your origins? Is it not the case that far from being born in the royal David's city of bethlehem, you were born in a poor country town, and of a woman who earned her living by spinning? Is it not the case that when her deceit was uncovered, to wit, that she was pregnant by a roman soldier called Panthera she was driven away by her husband–the carpenter–and convicted of adultery?" (Celsus, On the True Doctrine).
On the True Doctrinal by Celsus is lost but the Pantera slur was rebutted by Origen in his Conta Celsus CHAP. LXIX.

The name ESUS was very popular among the Druids of Gaul and Britannia as that was one of the names of their false idols. To make it Roman, Tiberius simply put a "J" in front of ESUS.

Patrick Scrivener, Reformation 24 Comments [9/18/2014 2:57:10 AM]
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