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Quote# 116943

Black holes are a sacred cow of atheistic science.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia, Black hole 31 Comments [2/21/2016 4:46:07 AM]
Fundie Index: 21
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 116453

Pushy feminist Megyn Kelly destroys the final debate by insisting on being the (biased) moderator, and Donald Trump shows guts in declining to participate in the sham. [1] Real journalism puts the public first, but instead Fox News Channel caves into feminism

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia, Main Page 21 Comments [1/31/2016 9:23:14 AM]
Fundie Index: 14
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 115493

"Trump tells Bill O'Reilly: 'I get better press' from CNN than Fox." No surprise here [at Conservapedia], where Fox's bias against conservatives has been pointed out for years.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia, Main Page 43 Comments [12/23/2015 4:06:33 AM]
Fundie Index: 25
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 115277

[re: "Logic-based proof of God"]

Greatest logical minds proof

1. The greatest modern thinkers, including Isaac Newton, Louis Pasteur, Bernhard Riemann, Alexander Hamilton, John von Neumann, and Kurt Godel, were devoted to the Bible.
2. These thinkers would not be attracted to anything that had a logical flaw.
3. The Bible must therefore be more logical than the alternative.
4. What is more logical is more likely to be true.
5. Thus God is more likely to exist than the alternative.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia, Logic-based proof of God 25 Comments [12/14/2015 6:42:58 PM]
Fundie Index: 18
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 115234

Mystery:What Percentage Go To Hell?

There is no doubt that Hell exists - Jesus talked about Hell more than Heaven. But what percentage go to Hell? It is certainly more than 0% and less than 100%, but where in between?

95% High enough such that it was impossible for Jesus to pick 12 Apostles without one of them eventually betraying Him.
90% Jesus emphasized how few would make it to Heaven, and personally set a very high standard.
80-90% Not everybody who goes to church or professes belief in Christ will go to Heaven, adding onto by the number of people who are overtly not Christian at all. Jesus's parable about not recognizing some who use his name reinforces this.
70% A high enough percentage to prevent conservative insights from being adopted more quickly by governments, and to allow injustices like abortion to continue.
66% The parable of the wheat and the chaff suggests that there is too much chaff (people headed for Hell) to pull up before harvest without displacing some of the wheat.
50% Many important issues split about 50/50, such as evolution, abortion and global warming.
34% Dante devotes 34% of his Divine Comedy to Hell, which seems about equally populated to Purgatory and Heaven. However, Dante only admits notable people to any of the three - "the futile" are not remembered and stay on the banks of Acheron.
0% The position held by the false doctrine of Universalism and technically by Annihilationism

Andrew Schlafly , Conservapedia 35 Comments [12/13/2015 3:43:46 AM]
Fundie Index: 11
Submitted By: Ivurm

Quote# 115233

Mystery:Why Do Non-Conservatives Exist?

Conservative principles are based on reason. So why do non-conservatives still exist? Here are some reasons:

Statistical Analysis

20%: did not hear about conservative principles until after they made up their mind and, perhaps due to pervasive societal bias, refuse to reconsider
10%: genuinely lack of desire to find the truth, and instead desire attention, praise by liberal teachers, getting along by going along, and not standing up to liberal bullies
10%: refuse to forgive themselves and let go of their past mistakes and image
10%: believe myths created around government programs like the "New Deal" that liberal policies create jobs instead of destroying them and depriving people of liberty through government control.
10%: fooled by the demonizing of conservatives and mistakenly feel that conservative benefits are available only to those who are from an intact family or privileged background
10%: refuse to rise above their personal temptations, often self-destructive, and hate conservatives who criticize their self-indulgent behavior
10%: feel that they deserve to make more money than they do, as in public school teachers, university professors and scientists, and refuse to rise above self-interest
10%: harbor a grudge against a conservative, typically a parent but sometimes an ex-spouse, and refuse to forgive or rise above the animosity
5%: like an anarchist, genuinely want to believe in and propagate destructive ideas (Due to the tendency of non-conservatives to refuse to admit this even to themselves, this number could be much higher)
5%: are susceptible to marketing and suggestion to an overlarge degree.

What Triggers Reconsideration of Liberal Beliefs?

What triggers reconsideration of liberal beliefs? Here are some estimates:

25%: raising or teaching children, and realizing how destructive liberal values are to many of them
15%: a religious conversion followed by taking the Bible to heart
10%: a loss of a loved one that resulted from accepting or promoting liberal values, as in losing a loved one to crime caused by pornography, drug addiction, gambling, etc.
10%: a new friendship with someone who is conservative, and realizing how much good flows from the conservative values[1]
10%: simply by maturing and seeing liberalism's impact around them, and realizing what they were taught as youth was wrong
5%: a desire to learn the truth, and a dislike for those who mislead
5%: a genuine divine experience that can not be explained.
5%: using conservative values to overcome an addiction, and then realizing the benefits of conservative values in many other ways
5%: taking a truthful course in economics, or learning it in the workforce[2]
10%: other.

Andrew Schlafly , Conservapedia  25 Comments [12/13/2015 3:43:31 AM]
Fundie Index: 9
Submitted By: Ivurm

Quote# 115159

[re: "Logic-based proof of God"]

Objective truth proof

1. Objective truth exists.
2. The existence of objective truth depends on the existence of an objective observer.
3. In the absence of an objective observer, the concept of objective truth would fail for lack of falsifiability.
4. The only possible objective observer for all of objective truth is God.
5. Therefore God exists.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia, Logic-based proof of God 51 Comments [12/9/2015 3:35:50 PM]
Fundie Index: 21
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 115090

Logic anarchy is the result of a belief that cannot serve as the foundation for a logical system.

In mathematics, logic anarchy occurs when there is a proof by contradiction. To prove the falsehood of a mathematical statement, this approach first assumes that it is true and then tries to build logical statements on it. Once the system collapses in an absurd contradiction, then the conclusion is that the assumption must be false rather than true.

Atheism is a belief that results in logic anarchy. To avoid that, freedom of speech is censored in all atheistic societies.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia, Logic anarchy 29 Comments [12/7/2015 3:40:49 AM]
Fundie Index: 18
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 114993

A logic-based proof of God demonstrates God's existence by reference to logic. This approach recognizes strong the connection between logic and God, and how the Bible can be understood as a book of logic.

Uniqueness of logic proof
The uniqueness of logic proof is as follows:

Logic is unique, such that contrary systems of logic are impossible.
The existence of God is logical.
Therefore God exists.

Uncertainty proof
The uncertainty proof is as follows:

Uncertainty pervades the physical world.
Logic is free of uncertainty.
Logic, therefore, does not come from the physical world.
Logic must come from something perpetual that is free of uncertainty.
This we call "God".

[Emphasis original]

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia, Logic-based proof of God 46 Comments [12/2/2015 4:01:27 PM]
Fundie Index: 24
Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 114340

Prophet Not Welcome in His Hometown

The Jacksonsville Jaquars are one of the worst teams in the NFL, racking up horrific records of 2-14, 4-12, and 3-13, in 2012, 2013, and 2014, respectively. Yet they have been adamant in not giving hometown hero Tim Tebow a chance to quarterback the club, despite how Tebow has been given opportunities by better teams and despite how he led the Denver Broncos to playoff success.

The Bible predicts this odd phenomenon in Matthew 13:57, Mark 6:4, and Luke 4:24. For example, Mark 6:4 quotes Jesus as stating:[4]

“A prophet is not without honor, except in his hometown and among his relatives and in his own household."

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia 24 Comments [11/12/2015 4:08:07 AM]
Fundie Index: 18
Submitted By: Night Jaguar
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