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Quote# 141965

I know a man who walked in on his wife and her lover and stabbed her, almost killing her. I dated him for 7 years afterwards, no hints of violence, I was never afraid of him.

Sahirrnee, The Straight dope 8 Comments [1/13/2019 12:07:49 PM]
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Quote# 141964

Satan, the devil, "self identifies" as an angel of light.

Don't fall for it.

The Truth, Facebook 9 Comments [1/13/2019 12:07:36 PM]
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Submitted By: Oy Vey

Quote# 141963

SIN by any other name is still SIN

It is not an affair, it is ADULTERY

It is not premarital sex, it is FORNICATION

It is not homosexuality, it is SODOMY

It is not obsession, it is IDOLATRY

It is not fibbing, it is LYING

It is not abortion, it is MURDER

Don't whitewash sin, repent of it!


The Truth, Facebook 12 Comments [1/13/2019 12:07:27 PM]
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Submitted By: Oy Vey

Quote# 141962

Accused of being unloving.

When I expose ungodly and heretical wolves.

The Truth, Facebook 8 Comments [1/13/2019 12:07:09 PM]
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Submitted By: Oy Vey

Quote# 141961

Yes I'm a Christian.

No I don't hate gay people.

But homosexuality is a sin just like premarital sex is a sin and I love you enough to tell you.

No one who practices sin will enter Heaven.

Hate is allowing someone to walk into Hell without saying a thing.

The Truth, Facebook 12 Comments [1/13/2019 12:07:01 PM]
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Submitted By: Oy Vey

Quote# 141960

*Picture of Earth* Not your mother.

*Picture of an Ape* Not your father.

*Picture of people of various races* but these ARE your brothers and sisters.

The Truth, Facebook 12 Comments [1/13/2019 12:06:41 PM]
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Submitted By: Oy Vey

Quote# 141957

psychology as a whole is mostly quackery and borderline pseudoscience tbh tbh

BigRuler, Kiwi Farms 5 Comments [1/13/2019 12:05:00 PM]
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Quote# 141956

Lady Checkmate's headline: "Woke Progressives Turn Their Public Shaming Ritual Into A Formal Religious Ceremony by Hans Fiene"

In these latter days, the greatest way to atone for the sins of uninclusivity is found inside a church known as the Cathedral of Blessed Wokery, currently meeting in a 55,000-square-foot Malibu mansion.?
By Hans Fiene?JANUARY 10, 2019

If you haven’t been to Hollywood lately, you might be surprised to learn that the hippest new attraction in town isn’t a movie studio or vegan yoga bar. It’s a church.

Contrary to popular opinion, Hollywood is a very religious place. Granted, it’s not an especially Christian place, but that doesn’t mean the fine folks of La La Land don’t love a good spiritual ceremony, one that promises perfect righteousness to those who follow the dictates of the progressive religion and utter condemnation to those who don’t.

This is why a certain house of worship has become such a hit for any Tinsel Town residents who need a bit of redemption after blaspheming the gods of political correctness. Once upon a time, damage-control-specializing publicists would encourage gay-slur-uttering celebs to rebuild their goodwill by undergoing sensitivity counseling. But in these latter days, the greatest way to atone for the sins of uninclusivity is found inside a church known as the Cathedral of Blessed Wokery, currently meeting in a 55,000-square-foot Malibu mansion normally reserved for climate change fundraisers and Lamborghini jousting.
For example, let’s say that you are a star comedian. Your last five films have been box office successes. Your most recent stand-up outing was voted one of the 350 best comedy specials released by Netflix in the second week of June. As your reward, you’ve just been tapped to host the 91st Academy Awards.

But then 11 inconsequential people on Twitter discover that you made an offensive joke about bisexual Muppets in 1997. Obviously, you are no longer morally fit to host an awards show where hordes of adulterers give trophies to fugitive pedophiles and serial rapists. Clearly your career must grind to a halt until you have been sufficiently rebuked by your fellow progressives.

Fortunately, that rebuke is now available to you via the Cathedral of Blessed Wokery, and in particular, via a ceremony of that church known as the Rite of Perpetual Confession.

What is the Rite of Perpetual Confession, you ask? Like the service of confession and absolution found in varying forms within many branches of Christianity, the Woke rite keeps the part where you lament what a miserable sinner you are. But, in keeping with progressive doctrine, it omits all the stuff that’s contrary to its creed, namely the part where you hear that your sins have been forgiven and that you are deemed an acceptable person again.

If you’re still a bit confused, fear not. Ever the resourceful fellow, I managed to snag a copy of the entire service. I offer you both hymnal form and plain text. Check it out.









Lady Checkmate, Disqus - Faith & Religion 9 Comments [1/13/2019 12:04:52 PM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 141955

Today's Laugh 1-10-19



TRANSCRIPT

Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez: We're turning states red! (the color of communism)
(thinking to herself): What is that noise? (Second frame shows marbles dropping from her head)

Mick Williams, Disqus - Faith & Religion 19 Comments [1/13/2019 12:04:34 PM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 141953

Discussions about killing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have been appearing on a Facebook page for Canadians who align themselves with the so-called yellow vest protests in France.

The Yellow Vests Canada group has gathered more than 100,000 members on Facebook since it launched a month ago as French anti-government demonstrations got underway.

But while the group’s own rules encourage civility and prohibit the advocacy of violence, the page is rife with comments that wish for — and sometimes encourage — the death of the prime minister.

“Trudeau needs to be shot,” read one comment, while another said that whoever did so would become “Canada’s greatest hero.”

“He needs to eat led [sic],” read another comment.

“Just shoot him,” read yet another.

Some said he should be hanged or posted images of a noose, guillotine, electric chair and gunman. Others referred to the assassination of former U.S. president John F. Kennedy.

“The RCMP is aware of the comments made on Facebook,” Staff Sgt. Tania Vaughan told Global News. “We take all threats made against the prime minister very seriously.”

A Twitter account, Yellow Vests Canada Exposed, has been tracking the comments and tagging the RCMP and Canadian Security Intelligence Service.

One read: “Wish a sharpshooter would put a bullet in his head.”

“The comments about killing Trudeau are concerning because they are advocating murder and demonstrate the extent to which some members of YV Canada hold extremist views,” said terrorism analyst Jessica Davis.

“Whether or not they will act on those views remains to be seen.”

A post this week about Trudeau’s ski vacation in Whistler, B.C., elicited a flurry of harsh comments, some mentioning his brother Michel, who died in a 1998 avalanche.

“Hopefully he ends up like his brother,” one comment read.

Others referred to Sonny Bono, the U.S. singer and former California congressman who died in 1998 when he struck a tree while skiing.

“With any luck, he’ll do a Sonny Bono,” one comment read.

“Push him off a cliff,” one user wrote, while another asked how easy it would be to stab Trudeau.

A few commenters pushed back on the posts, saying Trudeau had a family and that opponents would use the remarks about wanting him dead to discredit the yellow vests.

The Facebook group describes itself as a protest against the carbon tax and politicians who it claims are selling “our country’s sovereignty over to the globalist UN and their tyrannical policies.”

Canada’s yellow vests are “a loose organization of individuals dissatisfied with the Trudeau government,” said Davis, a consultant and former CSIS analyst.

She said it was not a “coherent movement” in Canada and its events had attracted few protesters. Anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim rhetoric were common themes, she said.

“The YV movement in Canada is dominated by the extreme right and has the potential to spin off violent subgroups. Overall, the movement is not a threat to national security, but elements within may take violent action on their extremist ideas.”


Yellow Vests Canada, Global News 13 Comments [1/13/2019 11:51:48 AM]
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Submitted By: skybison

Quote# 141951

Two cis women arrested for groping trans woman

Police in North Carolina have arrested two women accused of sexually assaulting a trans woman in bathroom bar.

The two cisgender—meaning they identify with the gender assigned at birth—individuals, identified as 31-year-old Jessica Fowler and 38-year-old Amber Harrell, were both charged with second-degree kidnapping and sexual battery.
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Harrell was previously arrested for assault in March. She turned herself in over the weekend but was released on Monday (January 7) after posting a $50,000 bail.

Fowler turned herself in on Tuesday (January 8) and was placed in detention at the Wake County jail under a $30,000 bond, according to local news outlet The News & Observer.

North Carolina has been a focus point for clashes over transgender rights. A controversial measure forcing people to use facilities matching their birth certificate was finally rescinded last year.

The alleged incident took place inside the women’s bathroom of Raleigh’s Milk Bar on December 9, Raleigh Police told PinkNews.

The police also released a 911 call dated December 10, in which the unidentified caller seeks to make a report about what happened. (Voices have been modified to disguise the caller’s natural voice.)

The caller said the victim had gone to the bathroom to check in on her make up.

The two cis women appeared drunk and at first questioned the trans woman about her genitalia before becoming more physical.

“She pulls her shirt up and says, ‘Do you want to see my boobs?’ and she pressed [the victim] up against the wall with her bare chest,” the called said, describing the assault in the bathroom.

According to the arrest warrant, quoted by ABC 11, the cis women also touched the trans woman’s “buttocks and chest.”

The assault then continued outside the bathroom and at the bar, where the bartender could also witness how uncomfortable the trans woman was getting.

The caller can be heard saying: “She asked the girls two times to stop. The girl didn’t stop at first, so she forcefully had to tell the girl to stop—she was like groping [the victim’s] back, [the victim’s] stomach, it was uncomfortable.”

The caller also said that the victim suffered a panic attack as a result of the assault.

PinkNews contacted the company that owns Milk Bar, Bunch of Five Hospitality Co., for comment.

The company gave a statement to local news outlet Wral.com, saying they are cooperating with the police investigation.

The statement read: “Bunch of 5s handles all matters that threaten our patrons in a timely fashion to ensure their safety and ability to enjoy themselves at all of our locations.”

“This matter was handled with cooperation and full transparency with the Raleigh Police Department and the detective that was assigned this case. Bunch of 5s and Milk Bar seek to continue to welcome all patrons into a safe environment,” the statement said.

Jessica Fowler & Amber Harrell, Pink News 5 Comments [1/13/2019 11:42:09 AM]
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Quote# 141949

Gay asylum seekers asked if they swallow semen in visa interviews

A gay couple seeking asylum in Australia were asked intrusive questions about their sex life, including whether they consumed each other’s semen, a BuzzFeed investigation has found.

The Bangladeshi couple, who were seeking refuge in Australia, were asked the personal questions in interviews with a government case officer in 2012.

BuzzFeed revealed the list of questions the gay asylum seekers were asked in their separate interviews at the then-Department of Immigration and Citizenship’s Sydney headquarters.
Gay Bangladeshi couple asked when they last had sex

In one interview, one of the men, called Applicant A, was asked about when he had last had sex with his boyfriend, known as Applicant B.

“Was it all over within minutes? Or a longer period? 30 minutes to one hour,” one of the men was asked.

He then interrogated Applicant A further, asking: “So you gave him oral sex. Did he ejaculate? Ejaculate … Did he reach a climax? Did he come?”

Other questions asked to the men included: “Why was drinking his cum a problem?”

Applicant A was also quizzed about going to get a sexual health check-up with his boyfriend.

“So when you were having oral sex, did you usually use a condom?” the officer asked.

In another interview, Applicant B was questioned about whether he had got a vaccination for HIV, and about a trip to Mardi Gras.

The pair’s protection visa applications were rejected by Australian authorities.
Later ruling finds gay asylum seeker questioning “very intimate”

The Refugee Review Tribunal later overturned the ruling in 2014, remarking that the questions were “very intimate” in its ruling.

However, authorities refused to tell BuzzFeed whether the couple were granted protection visas.

A Department of Home Affairs spokesperson told BuzzFeed that parts of the interviews were “inappropriate and insensitive,” adding that “appropriate action was taken in relation to this case.”

Anna Brown, the incoming CEO of LGBT+ rights group Equality Australia, told BuzzFeed: “There are numerous examples of inappropriate sexually explicit and stereotypical lines of questioning in Australian tribunals and courts.”

In the freedom of information request response to BuzzFeed, authorities noted that the department’s interview methods for LGBT+ asylum seekers had “shifted significantly” since 2012.

Australian Immigration Officials, Pink News 6 Comments [1/13/2019 11:40:40 AM]
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Quote# 141947

Indian Army general: We won’t allow gay sex

The Indian Army will continue to enforce regulations banning gay sex, despite the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the country.

Gay sex became legal in India in September 2018, when the country’s Supreme Court struck down British colonial-era law Section 377.
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However the head of the Indian Army, General Bipin Rawat said on Thursday (January 10) that the military will continue to enforce a ban on gay soldiers.
Indian Army ‘won’t follow’ decriminalisation of gay sex

Rawat told the media at a press conference: “We will not allow this to happen in the Army. LGBT issues… in the army, these are not acceptable.

“We will still be dealing with them under various sections of the Army Act. [It] will not be allowed to happen in the Indian Army.”

According to NDTV, he added: “We are not above the country’s law but when you join the Indian Army, some of the rights and privileges you enjoy are not what we have. Some things are different for us, but we are certainly not above the Supreme Court.

“We will have to see how we take a call, let us also see how it comes into the society, whether it’s accepted or not…I can’t say what will happen two years down the road.”
Indian Army laws written in 1950s ban ‘unnatural’ conduct

Despite the decriminalisation of gay sex, homosexuality in the Indian armed forces is still a prosecutable offence under three 1950s laws, the Army Act, the Navy Act and the Air Force Act.

The vaguely-written laws bar “any disgraceful conduct of a cruel, indecent or unnatural kind,” with “unnatural conduct” commonly interpreted in law as a euphemism for homosexuality.

Despite the push to decriminalise homosexuality across the world, many countries still maintain prohibitions on LGBT+ people serving in the armed forces.

The LGBT Military Index, which launched in 2014, studied 100 countries around the world and found that 50 permitted people to serve in the armed forces regardless of sexual orientation, and 50 did not.

Just 24 countries permit people to serve regardless of gender identity, with 76 countries including the United States maintaining a ban on trans troops.

In July 2017, US President Donald Trump abruptly announced on Twitter that all transgender servicepeople would be purged from the US armed forces, claiming they were a burden on the military.

The resulting policy has been repeatedly challenged in courts, and trans service personnel are currently able to continue serving as the policy continues to be subject to legal action.

General Bipin Rawat, Pink News 2 Comments [1/13/2019 11:38:08 AM]
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Quote# 141946

Why does an omnipotent God need believers to defend him? Omnipotent means he has the power to defend himself. If god is real why does he shy away from his own existence and leave the burden of proof to his followers? Does not make any sense. A mother gives birth then makes herself invisible to her own child. She guides it. Loves it. Watches over it every second of its life. Tells the child she will provide anything the child requires. Informs the child to preach unashamedly to the world she is the kindest most loving mother in the universe. BUT she will only allow her child to meet her after they are dead and only if they worshiped her correctly. How does that make sense?
You are the greatest King the world has ever seen. You’ve built a palace, brick by brick with your own two hands, and invited all your subjects to come live in it with you. A few have accepted your invitation. But there are others:

Some say you’re arrogant for claiming to have created the palace.
Some say you’re selfish for trying to take credit for it.
Some say theories about the existence of other kings means you don’t exist either.
Some say you’re evil for building it the way you did instead of the way they think it should’ve been built.
Some say you’re “delusional” for believing the palace was actually created instead of just popping into existence by itself.
Some even say you’re imagining things by claiming the palace exists, accusing you of also believing in the Tooth Fairy, Santa Claus, unicorns, leprechauns, and the flying spaghetti monster.
And some look right past the palace as if it didn’t exist and claim that even YOU—the King who built the palace they refuse to see—do not exist.
“But it’s right there in front of you, can’t you see it?” You say.
But they either cannot, or they refuse to. What’s worse, they have all but destroyed the lands outside the gates. Yet they refuse to come inside.

Did you “shy away from your own existence,” or did you build the most magnificent mansion ever seen, right in front of the eyes of all your subjects?

Some of your subjects who have accepted your invitation are concerned about the other subjects who are living in hovels and tents, or sleeping on the ground, in the ruined lands outside the palace gates. This when there is a standing invitation for them to come in. There are signs right on the gate, but many people just make fun of them or claim they aren’t real. The subjects inside the gates point to them, but those outside the gates just tell them to mind their own business.

Some of those inside the gates get into fights and do other evil deeds, just as some outside the gates do. So those outside look at them and say, “See? That means the King isn’t real!” even as they are gripping the palace gates and looking in on the only un-ruined lands around.

You could compel the unruly subjects to act better and obey your every command if you wanted, but you would rather have their love given freely and voluntarily.

And some give it. Including those who go outside the gates and say things like, “Come in! There’s no trick. It’s all free, the King’s palace and table are free gifts. Your room awaits you now, free rooms for all, warm and dry! Won’t you come join us?”

Some accuse them of “forcing” their beliefs on others.
Some say they abuse their children because they raise them inside the gates. They say the ruined lands outside the gates are better.
Some look directly at the palace gates, yet claim those inviting them in are “delusional” for believing the palace and the King exist.
Those inside have a continuous relationship with you, but those outside consider those who claim this the most “delusional” of all, saying you are an “imaginary friend.”
“Then who built this amazing palace?” they ask.
“It just grew there by itself, stupid!” they say.
Others say the palace is only an illusion.
Some echo your cry, “But it’s right there in front of you, can’t you see it?” But they either cannot, or they refuse to. And you—the King—will not force them, but only leave the invitation open, and encourage those with you to continue inviting the rest.

Are you “leaving the burden of proof to your followers,” or are you only asking them to participate in your standing invitation to all?

Warren Kramer, Quora 8 Comments [1/13/2019 11:37:55 AM]
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Submitted By: Denizen

Quote# 141945

There is no debate that teens are being targeted by the Devil's crowd, trying to recruit them to surrender their lives to Satan. Marilyn Manson even gives alter calls at the end of his concerts, calling Christians as*holes and ripping apart Bibles on stage. Tragically, Marilyn Manson has sold over 11,000,000 albums just in the United States. What kind of person would want to listen to Manson's hellish screaming and blasphemous lyrics over and over? In a word... TEENAGERS! But why? It's because Manson is a freak, an outcast, and troubled teens who come from struggling or broken families can relate to him.

This is the exact reason why teenagers gravitate toward Satanism and the occult, where a person is accepted as they are without having to live up to a certain standard. The lowest degenerate in the world is readily accepted by witches, homosexuals and the rest of the wicked. You'll never find witches exposing the sin of homosexuality. You'll never find homosexuals exposing anything except themselves. It is Christianity which stands up against the wickedness of this world, in obedience to the Word of God which tells every believer to refute all works of darkness (Ephesians 5:11). Evil is done under cover of darkness, to conceal it's mischief; but good works are done in the sunlight for all to see. The very word “ occult” means hidden, because their seeds are evil in the sight of the Lord Jesus Christ.

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Savior 15 Comments [1/13/2019 11:36:05 AM]
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Quote# 141943

Question: "What is the gospel of inclusion?"

Answer: The gospel of inclusion is simply the old heresy of universalism re-packaged and given a new name. Universalism is the belief that all people will eventually be saved and go to heaven. The gospel of inclusion, as taught by Carlton Pearson and others, encompasses several false beliefs:

(1) The gospel of inclusion says that the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ paid the price for all of humanity to enjoy eternal life in heaven without any need for repentance.

(2) The gospel of inclusion teaches that salvation is unconditional and does not even require faith in Jesus Christ as the payment for mankind’s sin debt.

(3) The gospel of inclusion believes that all humanity is destined to life in heaven whether or not they realize it.

(4) The gospel of inclusion declares that all humanity will go to heaven regardless of religious affiliation.

(5) Lastly, the gospel of inclusion holds that only those who intentionally and consciously reject the grace of God—after having “tasted the fruit” of His grace—will spend eternity separated from God.

The gospel of inclusion runs counter to the clear teachings of Jesus and the Bible. In John’s Gospel, Jesus clearly states that the only path to salvation is through Him (John 14:6). God sent Jesus into the world to secure salvation for fallen humanity, but that salvation is only available to those who place their faith in Jesus Christ as God’s payment for their sin (John 3:16). The apostles echo this message (Ephesians 2:8–9; 1 Peter 1:8–9; 1 John 5:13). Faith in Jesus Christ means no longer trying to secure salvation based on works, but rather trusting that what Jesus did was sufficient to secure salvation.

In conjunction with faith is repentance. The two go hand-in-hand. Repentance is a change of mind about your sin and need for salvation through Christ by faith (Acts 2:38). The act of repentance is one in which we acknowledge that, before God, we’re sinners incapable of earning our way to salvation. When we repent of our sins, we turn away from them and seek Christ by faith.

Jesus offers salvation to everyone who is willing to repent and believe (John 3:16). However, Jesus Himself said that not everyone will believe (Matthew 7:13-14; John 3:19). No one likes to think that a loving and gracious God would send people to hell, but that is exactly what the Bible teaches. Jesus says that, at the end, the Son of Man will separate all the nations as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats. The sheep (representing those who through faith in Jesus Christ have salvation secured) will go into the kingdom with Jesus. The goats (representing those who have rejected the salvation that Jesus offers) will go into hell, which is described as eternal fire (Matthew 25:31–46).

This teaching offends many, and, instead of conforming their thinking to the clear teaching of the Word of God, some change what the Bible says and spread this false teaching. The gospel of inclusion is an example of this.

Here are some additional arguments against the gospel of inclusion:

(1) If faith and repentance are not required to receive the gift of salvation, then why is the New Testament full of calls to repent and place your faith in Jesus Christ?

(2) If salvation doesn’t require faith in the finished work of Christ on the cross, then why did Jesus submit to such a humiliating and excruciatingly painful death? God could have just granted everyone a “divine pardon.”

(3) If everyone is going to go to heaven whether they realize it or not, then what about free will? Is the atheist who has spent his life rejecting God, the Bible, Jesus, and Christianity going to be dragged into heaven, kicking and screaming against his will? The gospel of inclusion seems to indicate that heaven will be filled with people who don’t necessarily want to be there.

(4) How can all people go to heaven regardless of religious affiliation if there are many religions which hold contradictory claims? For example, what about people who believe completely different things about the afterlife, such as reincarnation or annihilationism (i.e., the idea that at death we cease to exist after death)?

(5) Finally, if those who openly reject the grace of God don’t go to heaven, then it’s hardly a gospel of inclusion, is it? If all people do not go to heaven, do not call it the gospel of inclusion, because it still excludes some.

The apostle Paul called the message of the gospel the “fragrance of death” (2 Corinthians 2:16). What he meant by this is that, to many, the message of the gospel is offensive. It tells people the truth about their sin and hopeless state without Christ. It tells people that there is nothing they can do to bridge the gap between themselves and God. For centuries, there have been those (many with good intentions) who have attempted to soften the message of the gospel to get more people into church. On the surface, that seems like the wise thing to do, but in the end all it does is give people a false sense of security. Paul said that anyone who preaches a different gospel than the one he preached should be cursed (Galatians 1:8). That is strong language, but once you realize how vitally important the message of the gospel is, you also realize how vitally important it is to get it right. A false gospel doesn’t save anyone. All it does is condemn more people to hell and generate greater condemnation for those who purvey falsehoods such as the gospel of inclusion.

Got Questions, Got Questions 7 Comments [1/13/2019 11:33:29 AM]
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Submitted By: Christopher

Quote# 141942

Everybody wants to go to Heaven but nobody want Jesus, don't nobody want Hell, but people always sin...

The Truth, Facebook 5 Comments [1/13/2019 11:33:02 AM]
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Submitted By: Christopher

Quote# 141941

You can't be a Bible Believing CHRISTIAN and think think that sin is an acceptable LIFESTYLE

Sin should be avoided not accepted.

1 Corinthians 6:9-10

The Truth, Facebook 3 Comments [1/13/2019 11:32:47 AM]
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Submitted By: Christopher

Quote# 141940

If you are an unbeliever there's a 666% chance you'll accept the Mark of the Beast. Willingly without question.

The Truth, Facebook 6 Comments [1/13/2019 11:32:29 AM]
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Submitted By: Christopher

Quote# 141939

*Picture of a crying baby*

The Bible Debunked my Favourite False Teacher

"Mark and Avoid"
Romans 16:17-18

The Truth, Facebook 7 Comments [1/13/2019 11:32:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Christopher

Quote# 141938

*Image depicts numerous people being thrown into a Hell as two people look on*

Person one: Do you think we should help them ?

Person two: No, it's not our problem. Besides they'll think we're judging them.

*Ezekial 3:18*

The Truth, Facebook 5 Comments [1/13/2019 11:31:53 AM]
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Submitted By: Christopher

Quote# 139423

Been reading the anti incel propaganda.

This shit is heartless and most article are written with ignorant conformity. They write so much about how we're all planning mass murders and rapes, meanwhile as all incels know, such posts are rare and almost always shitposting. I have yet to see a genuine threat of anything on any incel wbesite, and to find things that "rape Stacy" and "kill roasties" you would have to go through a couple pages and even then we're talking about shit that could only be taken seriously by a very old person or someone who is mentally disabled. The "entitlement to sex" bullshit needs to stop too. Roasties are the ones act entitled to sex, that's why they have reduced men to live their lives as disposable objects or varying degrees of worth. Imagine if a man could find the love of his life by simply choosing from thousands of images is a human being catalog, that would be "sexist" and "objectifying women"... Yet this is how they choose sex partners. It's retarded, incel mean involuntarily celibate, that's literally what it means, it means my mother didn't have the best genetics and is very unhealthy, it means that I was in her womb she did not pay close enough attention to her diet and what chemicals she was consuming... I am nothing more than a miscarriage who's heart is still beating, that is what being an incel really is, it's not an ideology or political movement... It's men, often from poverty infested, disease ridden, peasant families who were never worth a shit who have realized that they are too ugly to experience love, and too ugly to socialize with the rest of the world. Being incel isn't about wanting to commit mass acts of violence at all, in fact, it's more about looking at your face in the mirror, knowing how worthless your life is, and walking out the door HOPING to be the victim of a mass shooting. Incels would actually be the "hERos" of mass shootings because we would eagerly jump in the way of those bullets to end our misery instead of allowing those bullets to be wasted on happy normies who don't deserve a life exit like us. If such a thing happened though, they would just hire a Chad crisis actor and cover up the incel part of the story... These journalist writing about us, it's like insulting the rotting bones at the bottom of a dakhma. I don't even want a woman,I just want to fix my ugliness so I don't have to stress about it anymore

Sparrow's Song, incels.me 5 Comments [1/13/2019 3:54:24 AM]
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Submitted By: Pharaoh Bastethotep

Quote# 141936

God avoids GitHub. GitHub and all projects using Git are the property of Satan.

fschmidt, Reddit 20 Comments [1/10/2019 10:15:03 AM]
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Submitted By: Pharaoh Bastethotep

Quote# 141934

Was slavery a good thing?

A problem with civilisation is that in the normal course of events a few people end up owning all the wealth while the rest starve. Suppose the currency in a given region is gold and you have a lot of gold. You will be able to loan your gold at interest since most ventures will require start-up gold. Hence you will get richer while the rest of society gets collectively poorer. Eventually you will have all the gold and everyone else will have none. Hence there needs to be some kind of redistribution system from the haves to the have nots. There are a couple of problems that tend to arise though. If you allow the plebs to vote themselves unlimited free stuff they will tend to bring about failed communist states like Zimbabwe and Venezuela and giving people unconditional free stuff tends to turn them into useless degenerates. Therefore you need a good mechanism for redistributing wealth.

One such mechanism is slavery. The slaves could be kept in line by their owners who would be prepared to spend more money on their upkeep than they would on rented laborers due to pride of ownership. Although chattel slave labor is less efficient than wage slave labor in most contexts, perhaps we should look at restoring chattel slavery.

Cornfed, Happier Abroad 16 Comments [1/10/2019 10:13:26 AM]
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Submitted By: Pharaoh Bastethotep

Quote# 141927

Not only do homosexuals commit pedophilia at 16x the rate of straights, they are responsible for 55% of new AIDS cases each year. A very small segment of our population is responsible for wildly disproportionate rates of pedophilia and AIDS. And yet they are still protected by PC.
Yes, I know the prog/libs will consider this post as "Hate Speech" but it is the truth.
Source: US CDC.

Endangered, Rapture Forums 14 Comments [1/10/2019 10:05:44 AM]
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