Quote# 730

Have you ever heard of an ipostate? That's the term for a "christian" that is worse than a backslider that has completely strayed from the LORD. That's what you and the rest of these "once saved" people on here are.

Bobby, Internet Infidels 9 Comments [10/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 53106

America has forgotten the God of the Bible. In the 1960's we forgot God by removing prayer and the Bible from our schools. In the 1970's we forgot God by legalizing abortion in our hospitals. In the 1980's we forgot God by removing the Bible from our churches and replacing It with the corrupted New International Version (NIV) that removes the name above every other name, Jesus, in 38 places!!! In the 1990's America forgot God by introducing the vile "Gay Agenda" into society. And now in the new millennium we are facing the reality of legalized same-sex marriages and America just voted for a Communist U.S. president. Woe unto America!

To add insult to injury, on November 12, 2008 it was announced in the news that a humanist group is paying to have advertisements placed on public buses in the Washington D.C. area that read... "Why believe in a god? Just be good for goodness' sake" (actual bus ad is pictured in photo to right). The signs will run from the middle of November throughout December... That is so evil and sad. We read in Daniel 5:23, “...the God in whose hand thy breath is, and whose are all thy ways, hast thou not glorified.” It is a sad day in America, and clear evidence of the apostasy, when its citizens tolerate such messages in public, being taunted in our faces to provoke us. It is a shame!
This ad is incredibly insulting! Do you think you could get away with saying something like, “Why believe in Evolution?” Absolutely not! So why is it ok to attack Christian beliefs at one of the most important holidays for us? I think it is a despicable show of character on the part of the advertisers and the public transportation company which allowed this filth. It is also a horrible reflection on the mayor and leaders of Washington D.C.

David J. Stewart, www.jesus-is-savior.com 81 Comments [11/26/2008 2:48:54 PM]
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Quote# 92402

[Discussing "tractor beam" created by scientists]

I think the Lord God is the only one who can overcome the force of gravity well enough to rapture the entire church, but this new technology plus the developing cloaking technologies, all the UFO chatter and the preoccupation with the occult, the walking dead, zombies, etc sure has set the stage for anti-christ to handily explain away the rapture quite convincingly, leaving God entirely out of the equation.

The stage is adequately set for the great delusion IMHO.

mbrown1219, Rapture Ready 52 Comments [2/1/2013 4:38:02 AM]
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Quote# 24633

God creates Earth, Man, Animals, etc. in one week. Yet the Book makes no mention of the dinosaurs. Perhaps they could be included under the classification of animals, but even if that is true there is still a problem. From what we can tell, dinosaurs existed 230 million years ago, while humans have only existed for 200,000 years. So how could both have been created in the same week?

Here are some possible explanations I have come up with. I don't necessarily believe these either, but they would fix things.

1. Satan created the fossils to cause controversy over the Bible's credibility.

2. The fossils are actually no more than bone like rocks.

3. A week span during the creation of Earth was much longer than what we now record as a week. For example, perhaps each day then would be equal to 32 million years by how we measure time and after that, days became the length they are today.

4. Scientists who study fossils are wrong in their calculations and the dinosaur fossils are indeed no older than human fossils.

So what do you guys think?


Faith44, BibleForums.org 45 Comments [5/4/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 19987

But no where in the Bible does it say that slave owners will not inherit the kingdom of God, etc. While I personally believe slavery is wrong -- maybe its not as much as we think it is if its never clearly condemned like other practices are (like idolatry, pride and homosexuality).

ARainySeptember, Christian Forums 20 Comments [1/28/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8627

[From the Free Conservatives site, who whine about FSTDT copying their quotes]

hahahahaha, all we do is reprint dems statements word for word and they consider that an attack!!! what a bunch of miserable losers.

Eagle1, Free Conservatives 12 Comments [12/13/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 20599

can a rat eat a dinosaur
dude study creation theory and come back
ive studied creation and evolution

creation is much more full proof

evolution is mabeys and mights

Nativity In Black, Myspace 54 Comments [2/12/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 110214

he Bible uses the word “breeches” to refer to pants. Our modern day spelling of this word is britches, such as in the expression, “he is a little too big for his britches.” Here are several mentions from the Bible of men wearing britches (pants):

“And thou shalt make them linen breeches to cover their nakedness; from the loins even unto the thighs they shall reach:” – Exodus 28:42

According to this verse, the priests needed to wear pants in order to cover their nakedness (their loins and their thighs). The coats or robes that they wore in addition were outer garments worn on the upper body. They did not cover their loins and their thighs completely which is why pants were needed. The pants in Exodus 28:42 went down to the knees.

steven aderson, faithful word bapist 16 Comments [6/29/2015 2:59:08 AM]
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Quote# 44343

Once again on channel four, some propaganda expert gives unsuspecting children the full Monty on the wonders of evolution, as though it were a proven fact.

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Who has he convinced another generation of youngsters, that do not know better, who will now have to be shown the wonders of creation before they stop evolving into mindless zombies just as their ancestors have?

James42 (U1712240), BBC Message Board 23 Comments [8/6/2008 7:19:44 PM]
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Quote# 124207

[From "/r/altright has been banned. Discuss this here!"]

We knew this day was coming, so it comes as no surprise. This banned subreddit is merely one of many in a long history of political suppression on Reddit. We mods did what we could to follow the rules handed down to us, but obviously no subreddit can be water-tight, and there will always be those rare cases which give plausible deniability for transparent censorship. Whatever excuse the admins give for the banning, it is clear to all this is another case of heretical views and opinions being stifled. But the admins are playing a losing game of whack-a-mole here. The internet is (at least currently) a free, open, anonymous, uncontrolled platform for individuals of every stripe and persuasion to speak their mind and grow as part of a community. The more the established political institutions try to maintain the status quo and marginalize us, the more they will drive free-thinking, independent lovers of truth to our side.

MortalSisyphus, Reddit - r/Drama 13 Comments [2/3/2017 7:20:26 PM]
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Quote# 35481

I know I'll probably get as much flak from this next post as I did two years ago, but this is weighing heavily on my heart and mind, and I believe that another "threshhold line" is being approached with the movie Juno which is up for Academy Award for Best Picture. Two years ago, when Brokeback Mountain was nominated for Best Picture of the Year for the 78th Academy Awards, I wrote that we -- The United States of America -- as a nation should expect Judgment from God if Brokeback... was the winner of Best Picture. I believe that, this year, if Juno wins Best Picture, we should see God's judgment as well. I may receive a lot of criticism (just like I did in `06 with Brokeback...), but I believe that this abomination of a movie is one of the worst ever made, and the fact that it has been nominated for Best Picture is a line in which the USA cannot, and must not, cross, as this will affect millions of teens world wide, encouraging them to totally disrespect their parents and their parents' authority, and enter into (or continue in) sexual relationships, which -- as statistics show -- is unhealthy, dangerous, and ultimatetly destructive for all parties involved. The fact that Juno glosses over the consequences of teenage sexual promiscuity, teenage pregnancy, and parental authority, not to mention glorifies divorce, and makes a mockery of sexual purity in general, is enough to make one wretch and weep at the direction modern society is going towards. I seriously fear for world-wide society at large, and US Society in particular, if such a movie is given the highest award in the world that a film can receive. And yes, I do blelieve that God will seriously expedite his execution of sentence for the USA if Juno wins best picture...

Blue_Tiger, Rapture Ready 77 Comments [2/25/2008 7:57:09 PM]
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Quote# 118308

Sodomites like Rubio are immoral and do vile, evil things to others as habits. Willful turning their backs on God’s Laws. He flaunts satanism inside his little coven.

Rubio is an easy “bot” for the vile satanists, who are all sodomites. They “think” of others in very sick, degrading, vile ways, so it shouldn’t surprise you that homosexuals always are the front of all fascist evil movements, like the Bolsheviks, the Brownshirts, and Man/Boy “Love” movements and Serial Killers. (Hari/Lively).

Vice breeds vice always and they will do the most demeaning vile things to others. There is no “morality” possible with such behaviors and “thinking”/desires. There is no possibility of a Christian worldview unless they are actively suppressing and condemning the behaviors. Rubio “loves” the vile concept of homosexual “marriage” and promotes sodomy to his children. He is sick.

savagesusie, free republic 21 Comments [4/19/2016 1:45:18 PM]
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Quote# 23249

There is no science in evolution but plenty of religion. At least thats what I have seen in the posts of the pro evos.
Let me give you some advice here: Before you say that no Christian is persecuted at all I suggest you become one yourself and see for yourself if we are persecuted or not.Otherwise you need to stop lecturing us about persecution.


wayne230, Hannity 42 Comments [4/6/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 96723

We know God is honest from the impossibility of the contrary. If God were not honest, we couldn’t know anything at all. Thus, you would not even be able to post on my blog.

Jason Lisle, Jason Lisle's blog 50 Comments [9/24/2013 6:05:59 AM]
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Quote# 124453

[Please stop trying to make me afraid of other people]

Isn't that what naturally comes when you're a feminist? You know the paranoia of feminists who make asinine comments about men, as well as develop conspiracy theories like rape culture or the patriarchy? Not to mention the strong prejudice against, "straight, cisgendered, white male," that makes you treat others like shit on the basis of your close-minded bias?

German Roldan, Facebook 16 Comments [2/12/2017 3:36:02 PM]
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Quote# 51344

I was raised and educated as a Christian. I thoroughly understood and believed in Creation. But, when I became disillusioned regarding religion and God (because of other intense suffering in my life and no empiric evidence that any supposed "God" even cared), I actually took the time (years!) to study out the claims of the Theory of Evolution as an alternative answer to how we got here (because, we are not god and couldn't have just always been here -- we had to have a beginning).

What I found, though (and already having a background in Medical and Computer Science), is that the Theory of Evolution is based upon a multitude of unscientific assertions with absolutely no basis in scientific fact. Meaning, it is not science to assume that just because something is observable today, that it must have been just as equally observable back before there was anybody to observe it. It is also not science to assume that just because an event or process is unobservable, that any old speculation as to how such an event or process might have occurred must be the only possible answer on the issue.

In point of fact, all of the honest big names supporting the Theory of Evolution admit that most of the proposed answers in the theory are actually statistically impossible; but that they must, nevertheless, be the only possible answer because the alternative (i.e., God) is just as "impossible" (to them). Talk about great (deluded) faith! So, I finally dismissed the Theory of Evolution on the basis of the total lack of scientific facts to support it. In the end, I also found that God is willing to show Himself to those whom are able to admit that they don't have all the answers and are willing to surrender to His Will.

Dave C, Yahoo Answers 27 Comments [11/6/2008 1:54:28 AM]
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Quote# 32888

Homosexuals are the unhappiest people on earth. They got raped by their own fathers as little boys.
That would drive anyone insane. Now they have convinced themselves they 'liked' it, a denial response to cope with the trauma of having such gross abominations committed against them. There is little hope for their recovery. It would be more merciful to shoot your little boy in the head than to rape the poor kid. But let's get real, it would be better for you stupid pedo faggot fuckwits to shoot yourselves in the head than to lay a finger on a child. Goddamned stupid dirty faggots burn in hell.

Anonymous commenter, fstdt! comments 50 Comments [12/27/2007 7:26:44 PM]
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Quote# 107190

The completely petulant and histrionic response from gay parents like Ryan Murphy to Dolce & Gabbana's comments can give average Americans a small taste of what children in such homes will have to deal with. You can't be a good parent and want to have absolute control over what your kids think and feel, in addition to what the whole world thinks and feels about you and your kids. It's a recipe for emotional abuse of whoever is under your power. Look at the punitive urge, the lust for vengeance, the despotism. That is what I see in Ricky Martin, Jeremy Hooper, Ryan Murphy, and Elton John. These are men who will terrorize human beings if they can, if they are within their striking distance. They acquired children the way they get everything they want in all aspects of their lives: through economic leverage, intimidation, and sheer arrogance. Imagine being a helpless and confused child longing for a mom, and being under the power of a dad who throws out clothing and calls for all-out destruction of anyone who hints that you have lost something by being denied a mom. Imagine not one such man lording over you, but two. This is horrible. These people are disgusting. I hope and pray that Dolce and Gabbana do not capitulate to them. These repulsive tyrants must learn at some point that they are not gods, and they cannot bring the world to their knees.

Robert Oscar Lopez, English Manif 15 Comments [3/19/2015 3:33:41 AM]
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Quote# 5057

Remember, satan is the great deceiver, a liar. Now I'm not saying that this is where your sense of peace and freedom comes from... But it's temporary. I'm suggesting that satan or his angels turned your eyes from Jesus to the world which is now providing you with your peace and freedom.

jason_r, Theology Web 3 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 99876

By a 2-1 vote, a panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected Google’s argument that the removal of the film “Innocence of Muslims” amounted to a violation of their First Amendment constitutional protection of the freedom of speech.

The plaintiff in the case, Cindy Lee Garcia, who has faced “serious threats against her life,” objected to the film being posted on YouTube on the basis of copyright infringement because she claims that the clip was originally filmed for a different project, which eventually fell through. However, the filmmaker Nakoula Basseley Nakoula later dubbed the scene into the “Innocence of Muslims” without her consent. In her video appearance, Garcia is heard asking: “Is your Mohammed a child molester?” (Even if this clip was recorded for another project, doesn’t Garcia realize that the Islamo-fascists would have been just as equally livid even if her scene were part of a different film?)

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So what is the message that we are sending to the Islamo-fascists through such a ridiculous legal decision? Simply this, that threats and acts of violence are an effective method of coercion…

That America will back down to its enemies…

That terrorism will be rewarded…

That our Constitution will be suspended due to fear.

To those of the Muslim mindset, Judge Kozinksi’s order is viewed as an undeniable display of weakness, and we are, in effect, inviting additional future attacks.

President Obama and many of our leaders have been belly-aching and talking about exerting excessive pressure on Uganda because of that nation’s recent so-called “anti-gay” law, but in reality every sharia-compliant nation in the world has the exact same kind of laws on the books. What’s the reason for the Obama administration’s obvious silence and policy inconsistency? The reason is simple—they’re frightened by the Islamo-fascists, and they have therefore implemented a policy of placation when it comes to the Muslim world.

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In America, there also seems to be a peculiar, unholy alliance between the Isamo-fascists and the homo-fascists. How can such a thing be the case since Islam is so diametrically opposed to homosexuality? Because, as has often been said, “the enemy of my enemy is my friend.” The Islamic and homosexual extremists currently share a common adversary. They both have in mind the destruction Christianity and the Judeo-Christian foundations of Western Civilization. What the homosexuals haven’t seemed to think about is what would happen if their devious plan were to succeed. Of course, I know that this will not happen because Christ and Christianity will ultimately triumph. However, just for the sake of illustrating the ridiculousness of their unholy alliance, let me make one final point. If the truly tolerant and moderating influence of Christianity were ever taken out of the way, the Muslims would quickly turn on their perversity-pushing homosexual friends. The Quran mandates the death penalty for homosexual offenders. And they think, Christians are “anti-gay?” When it comes to militant Islam, the homosexuals ain’t seen nothing yet.

Jeff Allen, BarbWire 18 Comments [3/10/2014 3:28:47 AM]
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