Quote# 51340

i believe one creationist has suggested the "glaciers" were not ice but frozen water.

Robert Byers, RichardDawkins.net 110 Comments [11/5/2008 3:29:34 PM]
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Quote# 53768

Where is your proof there are religions older than Judaism?
I hear people make this claim a lot. Where is your proof?

"radiometric dating"?

*sneers* that's proof of nothing.


I'm sure you don't understand the assumtions radiometric dating is based on. But that's okay. Your proffessor says its true, so he must be right.

Servant of Jesus, Y! Answers 55 Comments [12/7/2008 8:02:07 PM]
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Quote# 97576

The other day a thought hit me like a ton of bricks... The majority of young to middle age people who are alive today will not live very long lives like past generations.. They will leave this earth at a much younger age than those before them.. The majority of people especially young people expect to live to see old age. They expect to be 75 one day with white hair and have grandkids, but they have no clue... The reason they will not live to be very old is (1). Either they will be raptured. (2). Or the majority will either die as a martyr or die during the 7 year tribulation. (3) very few will survive the tribulation... When I think about that it is such an odd feeling... The weirdest feeling about this is very few of them know this - they have no clue what is going to happen.

Jake24, Rapture Ready 51 Comments [11/10/2013 5:56:50 AM]
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Quote# 11066

When my youngest was in 2nd grade she came home with 'Oh My God.' I told her that was NOT acceptable and she was sorry. Well......20 minutes later, here it comes out of her mouth again and she said all the kids say that and she was sorry. After one more time I washed her mouth out with soap. I had to do that one more time and NEVER again has she said that phrase. I grit my teeth when I hear ANYONE say that. I HATE THATphrase almost more than others I can think of.

Plus.....I'm 42 and have NEVER said a bad word in front of my mom (rarely RARELY say any anyway), and if I DID say one, I think she'd probably fall on the floor or come slap my mouth!!!!!!! And I'd deserve it!!!!!

Tammy, Rapture Ready 44 Comments [4/22/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 65800

[In the thread, Why Is Mary's Virginity So Important?]

In addition to all that has been posted, I add this. Joseph saw the events surrounding Mary's cousin Elizabeth, her husband having been struck mute for doubting the angel, etc. He received visions after Jesus was born. He was there when the wise men sought out Jesus and brought him gifts. He was there for the great Theophany when the angels sang at the nativity and the shepherds came to give adoration. He witnessed Simeon's recognition of Jesus as Messiah during the presentation in the Temple. And of course, Mary told him of the angel Gabriel's message.

Being the holy and upright man that he was, and given all that had transpired, would Joseph even contemplate intercourse with Mary?

Would any man among us, were we in his shoes?

Gerard Nadal, Catholic Answers 87 Comments [9/28/2009 6:27:34 AM]
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Quote# 87580

[Humans are apes in the same way that ducks are birds, and for the same reason.]

That's not a very good comparison because...well ducks ARE birds...

Abishalom, Atheist Forums 69 Comments [5/29/2012 9:03:20 AM]
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Quote# 15009

You will rightfully burn in the realm of nothingess forever when you die you silly fool; unless you get out of that shallow paradox you think you're so smart in and start believing in the One and Only God that created you and gave you a choice to acceot It or deny It in the fist place. And if you deny It, you will be destroyed by your own making. All Satan did was feed you many lies and prove you are an obvious sucker that has bought into this shallow thinking. Lies and people kill people, not God, not guns. Suckers like you do deserve death. But you can also save yourself by believing in Who Jesus said He was. I feel sorry for your shallow, tainted brain.

Anonymous, Dwindling in Unbelief 32 Comments [9/16/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 10200

long hair is a sign of submission to men which is the rightfull place for women. Short hair on women is a sign to angels that the women are being disobediant and thus they cannot operate. ONe can be as zealous for spirits as one wants to be but if the women have short hair the angels are gonna hold back per. 1 cor. 11.10. Without having spirits (angels) there wont be as many healings, prophecies, miracles, etc because the angels are held back by women.

2ducklow, Christian Forums 33 Comments [3/16/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 21679

[Ouija board evil?]

So its 3:27 am and my friends just left to go by this products. Its a board where you hold a piece of lookign glass over a board of letters and ask a question. The glass is suppose to move toward the answer to your question. I know many people think this product is evil and channels the devil who impersonates your loved ones when you ask a question about the deceased (atleast that is what i was told in my christian academy when i was younger). So i protested to the use of it as well as a few other christians in the room but in the end they went. I told them not to bring it back to the apartment so there going to an abandoned apartment upstairs and i was wodnering if i should be concerned. I know this may be stupid but it just makes me nervous. I dont like the thought of them being tempted by the devil.

kendreck, Christian Forums 16 Comments [3/5/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 124904

Aristotle expounded on the fall of Sparta at the hands of their women. It’s brisk reading and, to CH readers, offers familiar theories about the sexes. The ancients knew more about the nature of women than do our modern, plugged in Wiki warriors with the world’s PC knowledge at their fingertips.


Translated into New Shivvian:

“Hordes of pampered, ballcutting, materialistic, meddling, careerist, status whoring, slutty Spartan women riding the cock carousel and riding their hapless hounded hubbies, became self-sufficient property owners and heiresses of a few very wealthy aggrandizing men, thereby robbing Sparta’s beta males of the opportunity to establish affordable families of their own, leaving the city down the road with too few men to defend itself against invaders who themselves didn’t give a shit what proto-feminist Spartan women thought.”

CH is fond of recapitulating the axiom that women are perishable and men are expendable, and this is true in the whole and assessed over discrete blocks of time. But perturbations in the male population caused by long term fluxes in the expendability side of the equation will lead, as observed and noted by Aristotle, (a thinker so great you could jam the writings and wailings of all of history’s leading feminists and mangina suck-ups into a single fold of his cerebellum and it would scarcely amount to more than a fleeting musing in his daily mental output), to the ruin of a nation.

Biologically, men are indeed the expendable sex. A population group (i.e., a nation in the old timey sense of the word) can withstand short term shocks to its total number of men; it doesn’t take but one man to munch a few celery stalks and pop a few zinc tablets and carry on in his duty to impregnate an army of patriotic women and repopulate the countryside.

But given enough male expendability over time, and the first order axiom of fundamental sex difference starts to break down. For although a single man can, conceivably, star in a version of Boogie Years and spread his seed to the four corners of the country to rebuild a stricken population, that single man is also critically vulnerable to overrun by hungry barbarians who get word of a land where they can dine on honeydew and drink the milk of paradise for the low low price of one man’s scalp.

Feminists, equalists, open borders nutjobs, and assorted degenerate misfits ought to keep in mind that their beloved “progress” comes prepackaged with the seed of their destruction. CH (and Aristotle) will slap on the warning label; now it’s up to them to heed it.

CH, Chateau Heartiste 10 Comments [2/26/2017 6:57:54 AM]
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Quote# 3616

Although all athiests think differently and have different morals they all acknowledge the same thing.. that God doesnt exist. So like different donominations of christianity or another religion who may differ on some views they all have the same major doctorines in which they believe or agree upon just as all athiests hold that God does not exsist. So athiesm is a religion it is the great negavtive religion.

christiansoldier, God and Science Forum 22 Comments [8/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 9240

[after someone pointed out the last time he said air was needed for gravity, and another time he said it's inertia that is needed for gravity]

No air no Inertia

WITNESS THE REAL, FSTDT Comments 13 Comments [1/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 45134

[discussing the anime series Bleach]

Bleach is evil

From wikipedia:

Bleach follows the adventures of Ichigo Kurosaki, a high school student with the ability to see ghosts, and Rukia Kuchiki, a shinigami (Soul Reaper or, literally, "death god":smileywink:.

It's a show about witchcraft and idoltry-the only ghost that's of God is the Holy Ghost.

The show IS evil-anyone who disagrees is ignorant.

Yellow7 (AKA Mavericker), Adult Swim forums 57 Comments [8/16/2008 11:27:14 PM]
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Quote# 17961

Other faiths do not have other Gods. Only the Hebrew God is seen as the Creator of the Universe.

JohnR7, Christian Forums 44 Comments [12/9/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 124981

For a number of years a woman I know, I’ll call her Rachel, has wrestled with giving her life to Christ. She admits she really wants to, but how can she when she’d have to serve a God who allows murderers into heaven and sends “good people” to hell? It would be awkward to have to explain to her husband, family and friends that they’re bound for hell if they reject Christ. In other words, Rachel won’t play by God’s rules because His rules make her uncomfortable. In her way of thinking the God of the Bible is too punitive for her sensibilities. And besides, what kind of God would allow a serial murderer into heaven who professed a belief in Christ only minutes before going to the gas chamber while at the same time condemn “good people” to hell for their unbelief?

Liberals like Rachel require a more palatable religion, one that’s all-inclusive and, of course, fair. They desire a warm fuzzy God. The liberal’s ideal God is a sort of jolly ol’ St. Nick figure. The liberal’s jolly ol’ god has a Naughty and Nice list but his heart is so big that he often overlooks naughty children’s indiscretions (even the ones who are unrepentant) and delivers the goods to them anyway. He’d be unloving if he didn’t bend a little.

Rachel has yet to place her faith in Christ because it’s unthinkable that God would send “good people” to hell. Her major stumbling block is that she’s acquainted with a number of “good people” who aren’t Christians — and are a whole lot nicer than some Christians she knows.

Rachel contends that a just God wouldn’t send nice folks to hell for all eternity simply because they reject Jesus Christ.


People like like Rachel sincerely believe they could do a far better job of running the universe than the One who created it. Talk about chutzpah!

No human being has the wisdom to determine if a person is fundamentally good or evil for the simple reason that no one knows for certain what’s in a person’s heart! No one can ever truly know a person’s motives.

For those who hold to a relativistic worldview, good and evil, ethics and morality are simply cultural inventions and cannot be objectively defined. Liberals perceive the Bible as a book of myths and fables, thus it mustn’t be taken seriously. Those who do take the Bible seriously are considered “unenlighted” – a bunch of addlepated dunderheads.

Unbelievers carp that the Bible should not be the standard by which we judge good and bad. So my question is, if not the Bible, then what standard do we use to determine ethics and morality? And how should right and wrong be determined? By consensus opinion?

Another one of Rachel’s grievances against Christianity is that many so-called Christians behave the same as unbelievers. In other words, the lives of Christians she comes in contact with are inconsistent with what they profess to believe in. They claim Jesus Christ as their personal Savior, but they lie, cheat, steal, binge drink, sleep around, view pornography, plus they’re lazy. In other words, they act like heathens.


In order to make my point, I created three typical Christians.

Michelle professes faith in Christ. She attends church every Sunday, sings in the praise band, mans the coffer bar, and attends an occasional Bible study. She rarely shares Christ with anyone, unless she’s forced into it, whereby she quickly spouts the condensed version of the gospel to avoid making the person feel uncomfortable. Her excuse is that evangelism is not her spiritual gift. Michelle believes God has gifted her with the ability to sing. Her voice rivals Judy Garland’s so she really belts out a song in church. But when it comes to sharing her faith she’s as timid as a mouse. She feels that as long as she’s in a committed relationship, having sexual relations is not sinful. Nor is aborting a child. Michelle became pregnant and had an abortion so as not to bring an unwanted child into the world. She also swears like a sailor and dresses like a Hollywood pop-tart.

Jeff accepted Christ at a Billy Graham Crusade when he was a teen. Ever since then he has tried to be a good person and lead a moral life. Unless his kids have a sports event, the family is in church most Sundays. He and his wife participate in a small group that meets in their home for Bible study and prayer. Jeff is generous with his time, talent and treasure. He tithes 10 percent of his income and is always there to lend a hand. One thing Jeff enjoys is getting together with the guys for Monday night football at a local sports bar. He limits his beer intake to two schooners because any more than that could impair his driving. Jeff believes he has the spiritual gift of evangelism and often brags about sharing his faith with dudes he meets at sports events or bars. When Jeff does his income tax he uses “creative accounting practices.” On occasion he views pornography on the Internet and thinks it’s no big deal. Unbeknownst to his wife he regularly emails a woman he met in a chat room.

Michelle and Jeff profess Christ. They both consider themselves good people and for the most part they try to live godly lives – but they’re quick to admit they’re not perfect! They reject the “fundamentalist fringe” of Christianity and the “fundies” constant harping on God’s holiness. God knows we all have our faults, so why does a pastor need to belabor the point? Michelle and Jeff do the best they can, and at least their hearts are in the right place. In the long run going to heaven is what really counts anyway, and since they accepted Christ (on their terms), they’re there! They may get through the pearly gates by the skin of their teeth, but at least they’ll be in!

Michelle and Jeff typify a lot of church-goers. All they need is enough of God to feel comfortable. Neither one of them want the fire and brimstone God the “fundies” preach about. That God is too harsh, too judgmental – way too scary! That God can be mean!


Returning to Rachel, it hasn’t been lost on her that most professing Christians she knows share her liberal worldview. And they behave like heathens! This means (a) they’re unaware of God’s rules; (b) they’re aware of what the rules are but lack the will to conform. A religion that breeds hypocrites turns Rachel off. For that reason she has chosen to concoct a user-friendly religion with an open-minded god that has very few rules, a god that loves and accepts everyone. Before I move on, it’s important to point out that Christians who have no desire to live their lives in accordance with what the Bible teaches could very well be false converts.

Rachel’s generic god does not require an atoning sacrifice for our sins. I mean, please. The atonement thing is so yesterday! “Self” has replaced the Savior of mankind. In other words, “I” will go to heaven, but “I” will make it on “my” own, without anyone’s help, because “I” deserve it. So move over Jesus!

Generic god is very cool. In fact, he/she is so cool that there’s no penalty for sin! Man is judged solely on his good deeds….or whatever. Rachel assumes her performance on Earth will pass muster and that generic god will welcome her into his/her kingdom when the time comes. But what happens if Rachel’s performance doesn’t pass muster? Wishy-washy Generic God can always be persuaded to change his/her mind.

Rachel is well aware that the God of the Bible offers no hope for those who reject His Son:

Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. On that day many will say to me, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and cast out demons in your name, and do many mighty works in your name?’ And then will I declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness’ (Matthew 7:23).

What did Jesus mean by, “the will of my Father?” God’s will is that we repent of our sins and put our faith in Christ. Performing miraculous signs and wonders, doing good deeds, and being a “good person” does not cut it with God. Here’s the reason:

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life (John 3:16).

I’ll close this with one last comment about Michelle, one of the women mentioned above. If you recall, Michelle claims she doesn’t have the gift of evangelism, so she’s off the hook when it comes to sharing the gospel. Really?

Not according to Paul:

I am under obligation both to Greeks and to barbarians, both to the wise and to the foolish. So I am eager to preach the gospel to you also who are in Rome. For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek. For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith for faith, as it is written, “The righteous shall live by faith” (Romans 1:14-17).

Marsha West, Berean Research.org 2 Comments [2/28/2017 7:26:49 PM]
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Quote# 89211

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

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

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

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

Raphael, rapture ready 83 Comments [8/29/2012 5:40:32 AM]
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Quote# 56029

The fact is, evolution requres an increase in genetic information. There is no example in existance of genetic information EVER increasing.

End of all arguments.

Sunny, Rapture Ready 50 Comments [1/14/2009 10:17:21 PM]
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Quote# 41335

I'm not disregarding the evidence, just saying it's ONLY evidence!

realsilverjunk, www.hongfire.com 48 Comments [6/21/2008 1:15:00 AM]
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Quote# 11533

WE have a couple of known quantities here that could add aup to something like that.

1) God is moving here to earth when the new heavens come and these temporary ones we live in pass forever away

2) The earth was made before the sun and every star in every galaxy that exists in and out of our sight.

Those are imutible solid facts we have to work with.

dad, Christian Forums 29 Comments [5/9/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 3002

[Creationist reply to a joke]you sir are a liar. If you are going to disobey rules and start a thread like this then at least do not start it with a blatant intentional lie/deception... I really take offense at your intentional misquoting of myself.

Follower of Christ, Christian Forums 3 Comments [5/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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