Quote# 23802

where are the 98% that believe in God??? hmmm... i think most of us only stop at Words!!! I mean, people who don't serve a real God Fly planes into a building and blow themselves up, b/c they have that much FAITH in their gods... Yet we serve the TRUE AND ONLY GOD an we jus sit down an shut up??? don't do nothin about it???

Ashley Brianne, Teens-4-Christ 33 Comments [4/17/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 45066

I have this picture in my head of all the die hard Evo's out there on their knees worshiping a Darwinian statue. Come on you know you have bowed to the god of science, that is and will forever be changing. Don't you realize where it ends...?

Why not put your faith in something that has a proven track record of never changing, the Bible.

brianb, Ray Comfort's blog 51 Comments [8/16/2008 4:19:49 PM]
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Quote# 292

I'm a Christian, and I'm going to stick with that because thats the way I was Brought up.

Mahonster88, GameFAQs 18 Comments [8/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 44415

ive never read the athesist bible. i know they do not believe in GOD (or say they dont) i feel however that they really do believe and know there is A GOD. else why are they fighting against HIM so much, if HE is not real then they are only shadow boxing so to speak.

arron, FACTnet 53 Comments [8/7/2008 12:39:21 PM]
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Quote# 14235

i was once told, by my youth pastor, that when someone denies God's exsistance, its like their denying the law of gravity. like, saying that (an example from him) 1 could fly if they jumped off of a building and flapped their arms like a bird.

if we did evolve from a life form that wasnt/isnt as capable to adape to new things, im thinking that this current generation (in the human population) might have tiny bumps under their skin, developing wings. (a type of evolution that was once believed to be true. idk if it still is believed but look it up. its there. like that guy - 4get his name - that believed giraffes' necks were once short) has anyone seen a missing link and can proove it? ex: the abonidble snowman (aka: the yeti) -i only saw part of the episode but i think i know how it ends. jeff corwin: relm of the yeti- the yeti ~ a bear (i 4get the name of the kind. it can stand on 2 and take a few steps) or a hairy person that walks mainly on 4 legs (or limbs) and doesnt speak human.

Agaro, Myspace 33 Comments [8/25/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 4581

Darwinism is pseudoscience ,why some people believe it?

genesisly, Christian Forums 5 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 59123

As I said, the Persians never even had a world empire; so why should anyone take their plastic god (Zoroaster) seriously?

Bishop Nicholashugh, Amazon Religion Community 76 Comments [2/19/2009 8:43:46 AM]
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Quote# 2083

Well lets look at it another way then..Are people all of one KIND..even though they are of different colors..I say yes...People are people...You can have different colored hair..eyes...skin..But we're still the same KIND...so genetically it MUST be possible..or some other biological way we don't know of or understand fully yet...! All humans are of the same KIND..we can all inter-marry with each other and produce "human offspring" of various colors and sizes...thus we are of the same KIND... ( I have to be careful how I write this because I'm close to being banned by the monitors )... EVOLUTION teaching says basically... You can take a rock..and a fish...and mix them together and produce a bird the first time and a horse the next...

EPHRIAM777, Christian Forums 11 Comments [1/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 28991

The Public Health movement, which originated in revolutionary France (the ancestor of Communist and Nazi revolution in our own times), was concocted as a way of promoting nihilist revolution in the guise of medical science. Its object is to exploit fear of disease to manipulate people into a spiritual trap, one that causes its victims to repudiate G-d's sovereignty and become psychologically twisted into revolutionaries.
The notion that Public Health measures are the only protection against disease is a direct assault on G-d. It is bait intended to lure the population into an upside-down anti-morality. In reality, we need not fear epidemics of infectious disease, TB or otherwise. The world is already changing in preparation for the imminent Messianic Era, and improving health is one of the signs of the times.
Rather, we should only fear G-d's wrath against Amalek and the Public Health movement, and seek to fulfill the Creator's Will that we repudiate and annihilate this evil from our midst. This means exposing, neutralizing, and legally abolishing the Public Health movement, including dismantling all of its agencies and uprooting and prosecuting its advocates. TB isn't a real problem, but TB treatments are.

Bi-Weekly Newsletter of Judaic Theocracy, Noahide 37 Comments [9/15/2007 7:54:32 AM]
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Quote# 47826

[on the anti-troll team of Rapture Ready]

We have many fine citizens who work diligently to help protect and preserve the integrity and mission of this board.

The serpent whispers softly. Wolves enter in and walk amongst us. Ravenous birds of every sort gather. The lion walketh about, seeking whom he may devour.

We are all overseers, charged to feed and protect the flock which He hath purchased with His own blood.

Troll Tracker 3.16, Rapture Ready 124 Comments [9/20/2008 3:20:10 AM]
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Quote# 14015

(I have met homeschooled children, and their social skills flat out suck.)

You are full of it. Public school students typically stammer and stare at the floor when spoken to. I've met hundreds of homeschool kids over the years and have yet to see the supposed problem with social skills. Unless you mean they don't know how to put a condemn on a banana, roll a joint or work a bong. If those are the social skills you are referring to then yes, homeschoolers are deficient in those skills.

CRASH, Theology Online 37 Comments [8/18/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 45403

"In the beginning, God created..."
To me, that's all I need to know!

Malinda Forry, Interview in a documentary about Intelligent Design 53 Comments [8/20/2008 6:20:44 AM]
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Submitted By: Tom S. Fox
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Quote# 15296

I am a messenger to your sick website. The archangel Gabriel will swoop down with a fiery sword and destroy the apostate filth which defiles God's internet. Each letter of each blasphemous word is a nail in the blessed body of Jesus Christ who was and is and is to come. I did recognize your writing as that of the beast, but know that Satan will be vanquished, and you too will be cast into hell during the millennium of Christ's rule over this world. You will drink molten brass for your sustenance for all eternity, and there is no respite for the reprobate.

JC, @yahoo.com, neo-tech 50 Comments [9/24/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 2402

How about the Ice Age? Geologists found all of these fossils and rock formations, and heard about the T[heory]o[f]E[volution], and decided that since it was true, there must have been an Ice Age.

FearlessLeader, Someplace Somewhere 7 Comments [3/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 88079

But now that we're 40 years past Roe v. Wade, many of us can see that the abortion agenda never was about "our pregnant daughters" at all. And it wasn't about creating a more fair, equal society. It was, at root, about sexual freedom with no consequences. A freedom that has cost an entire generation of children -- roughly 53 million babies to date -- their lives. And for what? Now that Social Security is in its death throes, one could argue that having 53 million more young adults in America right now might have been a good thing for all of us. That cursed hindsight.

By contrast, the LGBT agenda hasn't been fully realized -- yet. They say they want equality, fairness, civil rights. It's about sexual freedom, but it's really about state-sanctioned sexual freedom, one that will create a whole new definition of morality and civilization. That's a big change, one that will be nearly impossible to reverse. So it's about more than shrugging your shoulders about the two nice guys down the street who want to be married. It's also about accepting that, if homosexual couples are allowed to marry in the United States, the state -- as it has in the case of our newly "open" military --takes the official position that homosexuality is morally right. If you're a Christian family who believes that God was telling the truth in Romans, Chapter 1, you're the intolerant one under the new morality. And you'll have to be dealt with, in ways we have yet to see.

We do have an inkling of what's ahead, though, as seen in places like the U.S. military and some college campuses. When homosexual "rights" are recognized, religious rights -- guaranteed in our First Amendment -- are trumped. Even Equal Employment Opportunity Commission appointee and radical lesbian Chai Feldblum has said that when homosexual rights and religious liberty come into conflict, “I’m having a hard time coming up with any case in which religious liberty should win.”

And don't forget that once the American public accepts that we must legally recognize a homosexual's "civil right" to marriage, how can we long deny those same "civil rights" to polygamists and polyamorists? Don't they have "love?" Don't they deserve "equality?" Look for those dominos to fall, too, probably more quickly than any of us can imagine.

Janet Mefferd, The Janet Mefferd Show 40 Comments [6/30/2012 5:12:02 AM]
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Quote# 67170

[From a news article about the Matthew Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Act being passed:]

At the urging of Republicans the bill was changed to strengthen free speech protections to assure that a religious leader or any other person cannot be prosecuted on the basis of his or her speech, beliefs or association.

"Nothing in this legislation diminishes an American's freedom of religion, freedom of speech or press or the freedom to assemble," said Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md. "Let me be clear. The Matthew Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Act targets acts, not speech."

That didn't convince Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., who said the bill was a "dangerous step" toward thought crimes. He asked whether the bill would "serve as a warning to people not to speak out too loudly about their religious views."

Tony Perkins, president of the conservative Family Research Council, said the measure was "part of a radical social agenda that could ultimately silence Christians and use the force of government to marginalize anyone whose faith is at odds with homosexuality."

Tony Perkins and Sen. Jim DeMint, Yahoo! News 27 Comments [11/3/2009 10:59:00 AM]
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Quote# 5392

It may seem strange but I agree that it [AIDS] is a punishment from God. Why don't you test it and see for yourself. Be a homosexual and practice all the evil that God don't want and you will get your foolish outcome until to your next generations.

ValenII, Christian Forums 5 Comments [11/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 13498

Definition of Adaptivity
a•dap tive•ness or ad ap•tiv i•ty ( ad p-t v -ty ) KEY (Noun)


1. Readily capable of adapting or of being adapted: an adaptive worker; adaptive clothing for children with special needs.

2. Capable of adapting or being adapted: adaptable, adjustable, elastic, flexible, malleable, pliable, pliant, supple. See CHANGE

3. To change something, oneself, to fit new circumstances, etc; to make something suitable for a new purpose.

4. To alter or modify something...especially as it relates physiologies and the environment.

5.An obvious biological process that has been largely ignored by the scientific community for the past 100 years;

6. Is often accepted and denied at the same time in an attempt to confuse and disorient the masses.

5. Can quickly lead to new phenotypic changes in animals…ie…color, shape, structure, and more can all be quickly modified; Can give the illusion of evolution.

6. Has the unique ability of completely overthrowing and dismantling a scientific theory that has completely brainwashed a large segment society and led to mass depression, disappointment and disillusionment.

7. Inspired Charles Darwin to write “The Origins of Species” in an attempt to get around it. Has likewise inspired many others to dedicate their lives and write literally millions of pages of convoluted nonsense in order to get around it.

8. Has been denied and ignored by teachers and other assorted intellectuals, especially as it relates to evolution.

6. Ignorance of contributes to wide-spread conspiracy and brain-rot in the scientific community and general public.

7. Has the ability to break hearts and bring chaos into the disillusioned upon discovery.

8. Gives empowerment to the uneducated; Makes impotent the intellectually superior.

9. Embarrasses, harasses, utterly humiliates some; Soothes others.

10. Changes lives.

11. Makes suitable for a new purpose.

12. Can bring about process of change; can cast away old.

supersport, Internet Infidels 25 Comments [8/2/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 57118

Human reproduction serves to create new human beings and with these human beings comes a soul. The soul appears with the person at the moment of conception, making him a complete human being from the very start. This is why abortion is considered murder: the abortionist has rent the soul from a living human body, the soul being the source of a full life for human beings. If there was no soul present in the human at the time of conception and it entered the body at some later stage, then until that moment the fetus would hypothetically be nothing more than an animated body, similar to how animals and plants are alive but without souls. Thus, if this were the case, abortion would not be murder, but rather a termination of a non-human entity, at least until the soul finally joined the body. However, there is no evidence that the soul can enter the body at any time later than conception. Since the soul is intrinsic to human beings, it absolutely must be present at conception and therefore abortion is murder.

Human Reproduction, Conservapedia 67 Comments [1/27/2009 12:34:01 AM]
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Quote# 130122

Appearing on Fox & Friends on Friday morning, weekend Fox News host Jeanine Pirro warned that, should prosecutors indict a Trump family member on criminal charges, there will be hell to pay with the American public.

Addressing reports that at least one grand jury is investigating President Donald Trump and his associates, the former prosecutor excitedly stated that it probably is concerning to Trump that he is being persecuted.

“I’m sure this is on Donald’s mind, he never stops thinking,” she explained. “But at the same time, this is an agenda.”

“Here is my concern,” Pirro told the Fox & Friends hosts. “If they end up with an indictment against a family member, just to get at Donald Trump because they couldn’t get at him, there is going to be a real uproar, a real uprising in this country.”

Pirro went on to add, “I was a prosecutor for 32 years, you can indict a ham sandwich. The only person in that grand jury is the district attorney who is interacting all of those grand jurors on what the law is — and the body language is clear!”

Jeanine Pirro, Raw Story 14 Comments [8/5/2017 5:16:07 AM]
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