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Quote# 124614

What Richard Dawkins and Dan Barker undoubtedly hope will be yet another frontal assault against religion, with Christianity in the center of their cross-hairs, will backfire on them. It will back-fire on them much the same way Richard Dawkins holding up Ray Comfort's "On the Origin of Species (special edition)" and "180" back-fired. In the end, their attempt to arrogantly rail against the before-mentioned Christian evangelism resources only served to increase interest in them.

Together, with the help of a few of their friends, Dawkins and Barker have initiated the Clergy Project.

In doing so, Dawkins, Barker, and their ilk have done Christianity a favor. And I would like to thank them for their efforts.

Before I continue, let me add that there is no sarcasm in my gratitude toward Dawkins and Barker. Again, I believe they have done Christianity a favor.

1 John 2:18-19 is helpful, here, to show us the service Dawkins and Barker have provided to the Church.
"Dear children, this is the last hour; and as you have heard that the antichrist is coming, even now many antichrists have come. This is how we know it is the last hour. They went out from us, but they did not really belong to us. For if they had belonged to us, they would have remained with us; but their going showed that none of them belonged to us."

Tony Miano, Atheism Central 8 Comments [2/17/2017 5:26:50 PM]
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Quote# 124676

Fundamentalists:

1. Originated in the 1900s A.D.

2. Formed as a response to the apostate church that came before them.

3. Presuppose that the apostate church to which they responded has some legitimacy.

In contrast, the godly kind of Navaros a.k.a. the real church of God:

1. Originated at the dawn of mankind, with Adam.

2. Is not a response to the apostate church. In fact, the opposite is true - the apostate church is a [evil, debased, corrupted] response to the real church of God a.k.a the godly kind of Navaros.

3. Fully and unequivocally renounces all apostasy, and does not afford even the smallest iota of legitimacy to the apostate church.

Therefore, contrary to your implications, your attempt to label me as a "fundamentalist" is a fail. They may have some similarities to me in that I believe in the Bible and they do too, but they also have major differences to me (which I've just described) that distinguish them as not quite up to par to God's standards, in contrast to myself, who is as perfect of a representative of God as has ever been on the earth after the time of the Apostles.

Navaros, IMDb 4 Comments [2/19/2017 7:46:50 PM]
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Quote# 124678


In my previous posts, I forgot to mention another reason why I mention God's Penis a lot: you caused me to, by your many denials of the fact of God's Penis! You frequently refer to God as he/she. Should I start assuming that you call God he/she all the time because you have a fixation for he/she's? That is the kind of "logic" you apply to me when you make ludicrous assumptions about me based on me stating the facts of God's Holy, Righteous Penis! So if I am fixated with God's Penis, then you are equally fixated with your false god's he/sheness!

Navaros, IMDb 7 Comments [2/19/2017 7:47:30 PM]
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Quote# 124682

Don't forget that many blacks often murder their own children via 'abortion.' But you won't see any of the racist clowns from "Black Lives Matter" ever talk about that, because they obviously don't really care about black lives.

Navaros, IMDb 8 Comments [2/19/2017 7:48:07 PM]
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Quote# 124686

(from a discussion of the movie Pleasantville, when asked why he'd called the film evil):

I haven't seen this since I was tricked into doing so when it was originally in the theaters, therefore my answer won't be as comprehensive as it could be if I'd seen it recently, but here are some of the reasons:

1. It glorifies Onanism.

2. It glorifies fornication.

3. It misrepresents people who have wholesome family values as idiots.

4. It misrepresents people who have wholesome family values as racists.

5. It says the world is bad if it is a good world that has morality.

6. It says the world is good if it is an evil world that has no morality.

Navaros, IMDb 16 Comments [2/19/2017 7:48:40 PM]
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Quote# 124698

Yes!!! All man are created equal according to the God of the Bible which it's been understood by the reformers John Calvin, John Knox and eventually by the founders of America NOT according to a so called prophet MuhamMAD of a so called god Allah. The Bible DOES NOT MENTION THESE TWO characters at all in it.?

Gustavo Pomar, youtube 12 Comments [2/20/2017 2:09:10 PM]
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Quote# 124598

Women's quest for external power has left a frightening vacuum in Western society in the area of moral training, where women formerly held sway. Rampant crime, child abuse, kidnapping, and the dramatic rise in violence against women are symptoms of a society gone amok, where many people have no concept of right and wrong, of honesty, fairness, compassion or self-control.

Today's internal decadence is eroding the quality of life in America as fast as external political and technological advantages are improving it.

Clearly, the lot of women cannot be improved by political and financial progress if the inner dimension of society -- its morals and compassion -- is neglected by the very people who have traditionally been made its custodians: women.

A typical male analysis of such political problems customarily blames them on external factors, e.g., low income families in impoverished neighborhoods inevitably leads to a high rate of violent crime, substance abuse, etc.

If this were true, then Jerusalem's religious neighborhood of Mea Shearim, which has one of the highest poverty rates in Israel and where families typically number seven to ten children in a three-room flat, should be a hotbed of violent crime. Instead, Mea Shearim has virtually no violent crime and very little substance abuse, this despite the total absence of policemen on its streets.

[...]

Thus, defined Judaically, the issue is not whether women should or should not have power, but rather on the kind of power on which they should concentrate, both for their individual development as well as for the good of the whole society.

Tziporah Heller, Aish.com 5 Comments [2/17/2017 5:23:10 PM]
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Quote# 124674


God's truth always turns the ungodly away from religion. Jesus guaranteed that the world will hate His approved workmen just as much as it hated Him.

Receiving hate from the ungodly is a telltale sign that a godly person is an approved workman of God! That's why, for example, all the ungodly posters on here hate KiBL, me, Kirk Cameron, and any & every other Bible-believing a.k.a. true Christian in the world.

The converse is also true: any so-called "Christian" who the world at large does not hate is most definitely not doing God's work, because as we said, God's work guarantees hate against the person who performs it!

Navaros, IMDb 10 Comments [2/19/2017 3:17:06 PM]
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Quote# 124671

"Have you been paying attention to the news?!?! "Grab her by the pussy" "She was married". Just one of many lewd things...how would you react if Trump moved on Your wife like that?!"





Mike Elliott (aka Michael Glatze), Facebook 3 Comments [2/19/2017 6:57:26 PM]
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Quote# 124681

[Mubeen Rajhu told journalist Kathy Gannon how he shot his sister to death because she defied her family and married a man who had been a Christian...]

Gannon said of her interview with Rajhu: “At times he was calm. At one point, I thought maybe he was going to cry, when he was talking about her as a child. But then he’s talking about the guys at the mill. And her swearing on the Koran. And then he’s getting angry. And then it’s like ‘what else could I do.'”

Gannon tracked down the family’s neighbors.

Many agreed that he had “done the right thing.”

“I am proud of this man,” said one. “He has done the right thing to kill her. When the news spreads they will praise this man.”

Said another, Babar Ali: “I am proud of this man that he has done the right thing, to kill her. We cannot allow anyone to marry outside our religion. He did the right thing.”

As for the father, Gannon said, he was the most reluctant to talk of all. When she showed up at his doorstep, he was preparing to leave Lahore for the village from whence he had come. He told Gannon his big regret was no longer having the small amount of money Rajhu brought in from his job and the notoriety, now, of his son and the family.

He had this to say: “My family is destroyed. Everything is destroyed only because of this shameful girl. Even after death I am destroyed because of her.”

Mubeen Rajhu, Babar Ali and others, Washington Post 11 Comments [2/19/2017 7:47:50 PM]
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Quote# 124687

The nation’s largest Muslim civil rights group is calling for the FBI to look into death threats made against the Muslim community at a meeting of conservative activists in Kernersville on Thursday.

“My only recommendation is to start killing the hell out of them,” one participant said, according to the Council on American-Islamic Relations, based in Washington, D.C. “I’m ready to start taking people out.”

The meeting at a restaurant included a presentation on “a supposed Muslim plot to conquer the United States,” the council said, citing local media reports of the meeting.

“Shed some blood, too,” the same participant said in response to the presenter’s call to “shed some light” on the issue, according to the council.

The meeting included Tea Party members, patriot groups and other conservative activists, the Triad City Beat alternative newspaper reported.

Kernersville is in Forsyth County, about 90 miles northeast of Charlotte.

In response to the reported call to kill Muslims, according to CAIR, a member of the hate group ACT for America said, “I can understand that. But we’re not there yet.”

In reaction to the threats made at the meeting, CAIR spokesman Ibrahim Hooper said: “Calls to violence against members of any minority group warrant a criminal investigation by state law enforcement authorities and the FBI. We call on President Trump to repudiate the growing bigotry in our nation targeting Muslims, Hispanics, immigrants, refugees and other minority groups.”

He said the council has noted an “unprecedented spike” in hate rhetoric and bias-motivated incidents targeting American Muslims and other minorities since the presidential election.

North Carolina Conservative activists, Charlotte Observer 11 Comments [2/19/2017 7:48:51 PM]
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Quote# 124668

How dare you malign the Prophet PBUH, he actually married her at age 7 and not 6. You liars. Also he was kind and did not have sex with Aisha. Instead, he rubbed his member on her thighs when he was consumed by desire and prompted by the devil to do so. It was only after she became a woman at 9 ( some girls become women at 9 )he penetrated her and had coitus. This shows his enormous kindness and patience. Read your history books and you will understand you foolish Americans.?

caligula minus, youtube 13 Comments [2/19/2017 6:56:53 PM]
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Quote# 124667

If you reach the age of 20 and you still have yet to see a naked female, you are doomed

Family nudity, strip clubs, porn, movies and such don't count. Nudity before adolescence/puberty also doesn't count as you the time thought girls were gross because they had cooties. I'm talking a woman who isn't your moher either being voluntarily nude around you or not minding you seeing her nude.

IFA_MTBL, /r/incel 31 Comments [2/19/2017 8:25:08 AM]
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Quote# 124683

Where has all the freedom gone and where is all the gold
Where’s the rights we used to know like keep and bearing arms
Isn’t there a leader, restore prosperity
Late at night, the blacks run wild and I see white people flee

I need a Pinochet, I need a Pinochet free up all the markets tonight
Privatise Industry, open up trade, and sentence all leftists to die
I need a Pinochet, I need a Pinochet massive repeals overnight
Stop the inflation, stabilise currency, sentence the leftists to die, oh leftists to die

Somewhere after midnight, I see Fox News Alerts
The White House under siege right now, The President’s been hurt
Black and yellow flag’s been raised, And we’re all awaiting word
Granted he’s not Rothbard, but this might be a damn good start!

I need a Pinochet, I need a Pinochet free up all the markets tonight
Privatise Industry, open up trade, and sentence all leftists to die
I need a Pinochet, I need a Pinochet massive repeals overnight
Stop the inflation, stabilise currency, sentence the leftists to die,

I need a Pinochet, I need a Pinochet sentence the leftists to die!

Christopher Cantwell, YouTube 17 Comments [2/19/2017 7:48:14 PM]
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Submitted By: Citizen Justin
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Quote# 124689

Audi unintentionally proved the gender pay gap is a myth in its Super Bowl commercial

The gender pay gap is a myth. I know it, you know it, and now, Audi knows it.

They tried hard, though, in their Super Bowl commercial to convince us it was real but even their own belief in it unraveled very quickly, though unintentionally.

First, here’s the ad:

Audi #DriveProgress Big Game Commercial – “Daughter”

Very moving, right? It was for some, especially celebrities and left-wing outlets who sang the praises of the commercial’s message. But for all this talk about gender equality, somebody found out something very interesting about the board members at the car manufacturer: they’re all male:

Charlie Kirk ? @charliekirk11
.@Audi the champion of women, has no women on their board.
1:07 PM - 6 Feb 2017

Audi had also bragged on Twitter about their commitment to “progress” and “equal pay for equal work” which left some wondering if that meant they currently pay their male and female employees differently. Their response to this criticism is where they lost the argument:

“When we account for all the various factors that go into pay, women at Audi are on par with their male counterparts.”

Conservative America let out a collective “thank you” when they heard this. I know I did. I get KILLED on talk shows every time I talk about this myth. Audi’s response is the exact argument that debunks the pay gap entirely: “various factors that go into pay” is WHY women and men aren’t paid the same.

The whole “women are paid 79 cents for every dollar a man makes” is based very misleading statistics. They got that number from the median earnings of all men and all women working all kinds of different jobs. Never mind that women generally choose jobs that will accommodate their desire to raise children — that means less hours — they also choose careers in fields that pay less out of the gate: education, social work, counseling, or aromatherapy. You’re not going to get rich in those careers. Men, on the other hand, tend to pick jobs that pay the most and they work more hours. So, yes, they get paid more than women but because they are working more. Men and women who work the same job with the same hours are paid equally.

Does that settle it, now, or do we need another filthy rich celebrity to tell us how life isn’t fair?

H/T IJ Review

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Stacey Dash, Patheos 21 Comments [2/19/2017 11:49:35 PM]
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Quote# 124677

There is no such thing as "homosexuals." No one is forced to engage in immorality. You make it sound like some people are automatically compelled to do so. But that's bunkum.

Navaros, IMDb 9 Comments [2/19/2017 7:47:02 PM]
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Quote# 10263

There are actually dinosaurs living today. In my religion class we watched a video on the proofs against evolution, and there were photos of dinosaurs in Africa. Also many natives in third-world countries occasionally see dinosaurs.

:), Myspace 52 Comments [3/20/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 4626

Whether one likes it or not, ghosts and the like are demonic, or demonic manifestations some may wish not at accept it but that does not change the fact.

Alessandro, Christian Forums 7 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 4627

No sir, I do not wish pain or suffering on anyone. What I am saying is that the destruction of a child is murder. I find it shameful that we have given people that want to murder their baby a nice sterile environment to do it in. Ted bundy and John Wayne Gacey did not have a fluffy place to commit their acts in with muzak and flower arrangements. I also seriously doubt that anyone would have given a second thought had they accidently killed themselves in the process of destroying another human life. I therefore say that while it is sad that anyone must die, if you are in the act of killing your baby and happen to take your own life, it seems like a pretty natural consequence to me. Take murderers back into the dark alleys and make them use crude weapons to do their deeds. You take anothers life in your hands then maybe you forfeit yours too. So be it.

ByGrace, Christian Forums 11 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 4636

gay rights groups are hateful. we can only hope God will punish them for sending innocent people down the path of disease and eventually hell.

jhessel, Christian Forums 2 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 124672



Mike Elliott (aka Michael Glatze), Facebook 5 Comments [2/19/2017 6:57:28 PM]
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Quote# 124673

[...] I am just one of millions who has stopped being homosexual, and become heterosexual.
The sick irony is that many people have absolutely no problems when someone goes from "straight" to "gay," suggesting that the person had a latent homosexuality that was just waiting to "come out!" But, what about the possibility that nobody has a latent sexuality that is anything other than the freedom to choose? Homosexuality is a choice, not a born identity. It may develop - those same-sex desires - in people for various reasons, but rather than focus on the reasons for same-sex desire, it's far more important to focus on the reality of choosing homosexuality, and the ramifications for society as well as the individual soul's relationship with God.
Those who claim they can't imagine a person leaving homosexuality are trapped in a mindset that - at its root - doubts Christ's ability to overcome. A person trapped in another sinful addiction will never be told, by any good-hearted person, that he can't possibly quit, so he should never try! But, seemingly "virtuous" people actually SAY that to friends and family members, with regards to homosexuality!? People who take the side of evil will INEVITABLY take the side AGAINST that which is good. This is a major sin; and, honestly, anyone who doubts the truth needs to seriously spend some time in prayer with God, before opening their mouths again and pushing people much further into bondage. Christ is liberty; it is up to Christians to get all of our arrogant assumptions and misconceptions out of the way, and let Christ free the trapped souls.
I don't have much patience for Christians who pretend they are "concerned" about this issue, but doubt God's truth - acting as though they, somehow, are more intelligent than God. Those people have issues.

[On those who can't "pray away the gay" even after years or fall back]

People spend too much time doubting the power of Christ, and living - instead - an entirely grace-less, self-indulgent life. The truth of the gospel is that Christ's life actually comes to life within your body, and you are no longer alive - you have been made dead in Him. So, there is nothing to complain about, if the God who created the universe and loved us enough to send His Son to become sin on our behalf, dwells in our very body!
Sure, life has its challenges; but, there is not a man or woman on earth who does not have challenges in life! People need to rise up out of their victim-mentality, their supreme self-indulgence, and let Christ have the pre-eminence in their lives. Only then will they be filled with the "fullness of joy" of glorifying God with every "word and deed," and they will love their lives in Christ so much, no matter where He takes them.
So, I reject the victimhood approach. If I were to say that a person who struggles with homosexual temptations were any different than a person who struggles with other temptations, I would be only observing one - selected - portion of reality, rather than the whole thing. And, in that unity of mankind, Christ understands what we're all going through, because he was in all ways tempted just as we are, but without sin. Thus, he can succor those of us that suffer - WHICH IS ALL OF US! It's about how you view your walk through life. If it's all about you, you, you, you're probably going to whine and complain a lot - ultimately, directly rebelling against God, doubting His Goodness, and suggesting He isn't powerful enough for you! But, if you submit - recognize, as a Christian you're dead in Christ... essentially "get over yourself," - you will find the true liberty in the grace of God, which will take you through some remarkable places, including deliverance from sins and a far better life lived for the true glory of the living God. But, don't take my word for it - or, you're bound to just think I'm an opinionated man with no compassion. Study the Bible. Get to know God yourself. It's your choice.
Many people fail because a part of them would rather wallow in despair than accept the fullness of God's grace. It is a subtle form of pride; no surprise full healing can't happen amidst that kind of a spiritual condition!!!

Michael Glatze, mojpribeh.sk 15 Comments [2/19/2017 3:16:57 PM]
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Quote# 4592

No you may not be heartless and cruel but you are heartless and callous in your belief that developing homo sapiens 'have no brain.'

crazylooneybin, Internet Infidels 8 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 4594

I can only conclude that some people literally want to see as many pregnancies as possible aborted and suffer a sense of personal defeat every time a potential abortion client Chooses Life.

truelies, Internet Infidels 12 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 4596

WE can all agree that <u>macroevolution is a really good explanation</u>, but as for micro, it is a different story

slaveonacrutch, POD Warrior Forum 6 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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