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Quote# 106114

Last Saturday, I was boarding a flight coming home to Virginia from Omaha, Nebraska…. It is the moments like what happened on my flight Saturday night, confronted by evil, that keep me going.

When I sat down and looked across the aisle, I saw none other than notorious late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart, on his way to kill late-term babies at his facility in Germantown, Maryland. I was face-to-face with a man who has killed thousands upon thousands of babies with his own hands, who is responsible for the deaths of at least two women and who has so callously defended his business. And I had no idea what to do.

What do you really say to someone like that? How can you reach him?

I wasn’t sitting close enough to have a conversation with him (the aisle and a woman I assumed to be his wife were between us, but we were in the same row) and felt he would shut me down right away anyway. I knew I couldn’t sit that close to a man who represented so much evil. My entire body was shaking uncontrollably.

So, I asked to be moved up a couple rows where I couldn’t see him, but he could still hear me and I prayed out loud for his conversion and an end to abortion for the next two hours. When we landed, I waited for him to walk past and called his name. He looked me right in the eye and I said, “LeRoy, we’re all praying for you.” He mumbled something incomprehensible and stalked off, but I knew I had got to him.

Brendan O'Morchoe, Jill Stanek 7 Comments [2/1/2015 12:00:41 PM]
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Quote# 106112

Televangelist Pat Robertson warned a woman on Thursday that her daughter would go to hell if she continued to live with a man who was separated from his wife because living in sin was like being a serial killer.

“My daughter is a Christian and a good person,” a viewer named Brenda told Robertson in an email. “She lives with her boyfriend and plans on marriage, but he has to get a divorce first. Will they go to hell for this sin?”

“The answer is yes!” Robertson insisted. “She’s a good person, but she’s living in adultery. That’s Hollywood. ‘Oh, he’s a good person, but he just killed five people, and he threw his mother down the steps. But he’s a good person.’”

“Nonsense!” he exclaimed. “It is adultery! She’s living with a married man who is still married, and she’s a good person? Baloney.”

Pat Robertson, Raw Story 8 Comments [2/1/2015 11:42:52 AM]
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Submitted By: Chris
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Quote# 106111

Isn't it amusing that black holes have never been observed, never confirmed experimentally and defy confirmation? When did science become based on unproven theories? One wrong theory piled on top of another and the world just gets weirder and weirder. Same with neutron stars, dark energy, dark matter and nuclear fusion.
Truth is all of these inventions were created to mathematically justify gravity as the driving force in planet and star formation. It is not.
Plasma physicists have had it right all along . Electricity is the driving force for planet, star and galaxy formation. It is 10 to the 39th times more powerful than gravity. None of the above mentioned unprovable inventions are necessary with an "electric universe" model. Their theories can be supported in the lab and their observation agree with observed data.
The world becomes explainable and understandable. Until this model is accepted by the "establishment", science will continue to be mysterious fantasy.

bbbbwindows, PHYS.org 8 Comments [2/1/2015 11:42:40 AM]
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Submitted By: Creedence Leonore Gielgud
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Quote# 106110

@anonymous_9001

Without going into details of the scientific facts, creation by intelligent and powerful Creator, who is created being with the idea is much more meaningful than just self creating and self organization of the universe by unknown singularity, which model is in conflicts with existing laws of physics. Big Bang model has so weaknesses and pure philosophical approach that is simply not worth to commenting.

With regard to the Bible ignorance is not an argument. You can not comment on the content and authenticity while you read it carefully. This is only so old multi tome book preserved to this day in its original form. Of course some people with impure intentions have tried to bring light sly changes altering the meaning of some important verses, but unsuccessfully. God take care for authenticity of Scripture. Apart from that all prophecies recorded in Scripture are came true.

Ren82, PHYS.org 4 Comments [2/1/2015 11:42:33 AM]
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Submitted By: Creedence Leonore Gielgud
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Quote# 106109

Not much remains from the turbulent period when the Cambodians tried to radically change the order of things in the course of their unique traditionalist conservative peasant revolution under communist banner. That was the glorious time of Jean Luc Godard and his La Chinoise, of the Cultural Revolution in China sending party bonzes for re-education to remote farms, of Khmer Rouge marching on the corrupt capital. Socialist movement reached a bifurcation point: whether to advance to more socialism Mao-style, or retreat to less socialism the Moscow way. The Khmer Rouge experiment lasted only three years, from 1975 to 1978.

Surprisingly, Cambodians have no bad memories of that period. This is quite an amazing discovery for an infrequent visitor. I did not come to reconstruct “the truth”, whatever it is, but rather to find out what is the collective memory of the Cambodians, how do they perceive the events of the late 20th century, what narrative has been filtered down by time gone by. The omnipotent narrative-making machinery of the West has embedded in our conscience the image of bloody Khmer Rouge commies cannibalising their own people over the Killing Fields and ruled over by a nightmarish Pol Pot, anybody’s notion of ruthless despot.

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The Pol Pot the Cambodians remember was not a tyrant, but a great patriot and nationalist, a lover of native culture and native way of life. He was brought up in royal palace circles; his aunt was a concubine of the previous king. He studied in Paris, but instead of making money and a career, he returned home, and spent a few years dwelling with forest tribes to learn from the peasants. He felt compassion for the ordinary village people who were ripped off on a daily basis by the city folk, the comprador parasites. He built an army to defend the countryside from these power-wielding robbers. Pol Pot, a monkish man of simple needs, did not seek wealth, fame or power for himself. He had one great ambition: to terminate the failing colonial capitalism in Cambodia, return to village tradition, and from there, to build a new country from scratch.

His vision was very different from the Soviet one. The Soviets built their industry by bleeding the peasantry; Pol Pot wanted to rebuild the village first, and only afterwards build industry to meet the villagers’ needs. He held city dwellers in contempt; they did nothing useful, in his view. Many of them were connected with loan sharks, a distinct feature of post-colonial Cambodia; others assisted the foreign companies in robbing people off their wealth. Being a strong nationalist, Pol Pot was suspicious of the Vietnamese and Chinese minorities. But what he hated most was acquisitiveness, greed, the desire to own things. St Francis and Leo Tolstoy would have understood him.

Israel Shamir, CounterPunch 8 Comments [2/1/2015 11:41:48 AM]
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Quote# 106107

I don’t think there ever will be an MRA “victory.” One way or another, things balance out. What will happen is that women will eventually pay for what they asked for, as in they will reap the “benefits” of wrecking the family. We must remember that most women – most people, actually – are not all that sophisticated, and others take advantage of them all the time. The average young woman is not currently benefiting from feminism — she’s working a crappy, low-wage job and living a mediocre life as a single parent. Unless she’s both pretty and bright, which is only about one out of twenty or so women (if that), her value is significantly lower than it was a generation in the past.

I’ve pointed it out before several times, but it bears repeating:

When a given society’s men prosper, the women are happy and healthy. When the men are poor and powerless, the women live much harder lives. The reverse is not true, because women do not share wealth. Just look at the average lifespan in counties and neighborhoods where women make more money than men in the US. It’s abysmal. Pine Ridge is probably the most blatant example of this.

W. F. Price, The Spearhead 4 Comments [2/1/2015 11:41:34 AM]
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Quote# 106105

any argument presupposing that men have the capacity to love is fundamentally flawed

lzbn, One of the Bad Ones 4 Comments [2/1/2015 11:41:15 AM]
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Quote# 106096

The wife who accuses her husband of "abuse" will be held accountable for all the things she did to provoke her husband, and she will be judged accordingly. It's the same morons who call spanking a child "abuse" who are attacking and labeling husbands as being "abusive." But those same people don't have a problem with murdering children by abortion. The term "abuse" has been greatly twisted nowadays. Every God-hating feminist in the country is still trying to use the O.J. Simpson case to demonize men. Men who track their wife's time are now considered "abusive." Biblically, a husband has every right to tract his wife's time and whereabouts. God told Eve that Adam would RULE OVER her (Genesis 3:16).

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Savior 7 Comments [2/1/2015 11:39:13 AM]
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Quote# 106094

Benny, the definition of evolutionary system I am using is reasonable. It was not tailor fitted so that only human created evolutionary systems satisfy it. In fact I would challenge you to present an argument that the definition I am using for evolutionary system could only apply to human created systems. 

The fact is the definition I am using could apply to evolutionary systems which did not need intellects if such systems actually exist. This should be intuitively true to you because you accept that a system which you believe came into existence without the need of an intellect satisfies it. 

If you don't want me to consider just human created evolutionary systems, then present some systems which are not human created.....I will consider them. If they turn out to have come into existence with out intellects and satisfy the very generic and broad definition I am using for evolutionary system, then I will shut up.

There are two things I have been considering over the last couple of days. Minerals and birds nest. The system which lead to the diversity of minerals around us today....is it evolutionary? Birds nests.....some of them are pretty snazzy and I wonder if they evolved like cars do.

Heywood, AtheistForums.org 20 Comments [2/1/2015 5:10:16 AM]
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Submitted By: Stimbo
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Quote# 106093

I was disgusted when Independent Baptist pastors nationwide rallied behind sex-perverted Mormon leader, Mitt Romney in his 2007 run for U.S. President. What is wrong with today's pastors? It's evil. We're never supposed to vote for evil. Many pastors were duped into the lie that Romney was less evil than Barack Obama. What a dirty lie of the Devil. Preliminary news is saying that Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton will run and compete for the U.S. Presidency in 2016. Talk about the Three Stooges! All three of these charlatans are scum! There's no doubt that America's pastors will endorse anybody besides Hillary, even Joseph Stalin or Adolf Hitler.

I'd leave any church where the pastor is so far from God that he continues to vote for Republicans, who all support abortion. They lie their way into office each time. Every Republican President since Roe vs. Wade in 1973 has claimed to be against abortion during their run for office, but then in reality every one of them financed Planned Parenthood (PP) with billions of dollars. PP is the biggest provider of abortion services in the world. There's not a dime's difference between Republican and Democrat at the top. They're two separate legs both walking in the same direction of a New World Order.

Please don't vote for criminals. There's nothing in the Bible that requires Christians to vote. If there's a decent candidate, then vote; but voting for Republican or Democrat in the Presidential elections is rigged game of picking one of their pre-chosen criminals. No matter who wins or loses, the Zionist-led Illuminati win! Anti-Zionism is not anti-Semitism; but rather, it is anti-criminals and anti-corruption. Zionism is not about the Jewish race; but rather, it's about the Synagogue of Satan. All of today's politicians are puppets of the Illuminati. If this all sounds highly conspiratorial to you, just flip over any U.S. one dollar bill and look at the creepy occult symbols of the New World Order. The truth is available if you want it, but you've got to read and watch documentaries. The average person sits in from of their television (hellivision) and is brainwashed by the lying Zionist-controlled newsmedia.

The 911 attacks were an inside job! If you don't believe it, then you either haven't done your homework or you're are a moral coward whose afraid to go against the common consensus. America's pastors are woefully misled concerning the truth, just as is most Americans. God wants us to be as wise as serpents, but harmless as doves. If pastors understood the New World Order, they'd only use the King James Bible and not support the heresy of Zionism, nor would they support reprobate politicians. I was disgusted in 2007 when Bob Jones III of Bob Jones University (BJU) endorsed Mormon leader Mitt Romney for U.S. President.

It is tragic that few Christians stand for anything anymore. A lot of people don't like me because I take a stand against a bunch of evils and heresies, but I know that God is proud of me (John 12:42-43). James 4:4 says that you cannot be a friend of the world and also be God's friend. The Bible teaches in 2nd Timothy 3:12 that a Christian who lives godly in Christ Jesus SHALL suffer persecution. Are you being persecuted for your faith?

Praising Martin Luther, the heretic

In his large and small catechisms (written 12-years after Luther alleged became a Christian), he plainly taught that water baptism and communion are absolutely required for the forgiveness of sins. This is damnable heresy! Unless he repented and received Christ alone without works on his death bed, Martin Luther is burning in Hell this moment. Baptismal regeneration is a lie of Satan. This heresy says that a person must be water baptized to have their sins forgiven.

In sharp contrast, the Word of God teaches that a person is saved by believing the Gospel. For a detailed excellent book on the matter, please read Dr. max Younce's book, “MARTIN LUTHER: MASTER OF DECEIT!”

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Precious 18 Comments [2/1/2015 5:09:38 AM]
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Quote# 106092

“Mr. Comfort, what are your thoughts on Dan Barker who was a former Christian evangelist, a graduate from a well-known Christian University, and a missionary who served in other countries... Only to announce his new belief in atheism after 19 years in the faith?” Victor Daniel Gonzalez

Dan and I had an email exchange many years ago. When he told me that he had been a Christian for 19 years, I asked him, “How did you manage to fake it for 19 years when Judas only managed 3 ½ years?" He said that if I ever contacted him again, there would be serious repercussions.

By coincidence we were placed together on a talk show some years later, and he was very gracious.

I sent him a gift basket once to let him know I cared about him. However, like Judas, He did fake it for all those years by maintaining he knew the Lord when he didn't. He’s not alone. Our churches are filled with people who are strangers to biblical repentance, because they haven’t seen their sin in its true light.

There are few in this country that have done more to try and hinder people coming to Christ than Dan. It’s my earnest prayer that he is truly converted before he passes into eternity.

Ray Comfort, Facebook 23 Comments [2/1/2015 5:08:19 AM]
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