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Quote# 8219

In the 7th grade we always said grace before leaving the classroom to go to lunch and the whole class recited the 100th Psalm each morning. You weren't afraid to walk your own neighborhood after dark or even considered closing your windows at night since we had no AC in those days. Lock your car at night? What for? No reason to do that. They're wasn't car hijacking back then either. No one committed suicide either.

D46, 123 Christian Forums 31 Comments [10/31/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8218

I would not stand for Muslims coming in the schools to teach my children anything. But our schools should have been kept as Bible reading schools in the first place. And if the Muslims did not like it go to a Muslim school. And Christians found this country not Muslims.

Lewis W, 123 Christian Forums 8 Comments [10/31/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8213

If you were anything other than an ignorant fool you would understand that the reorganization of matter does not constitute a violation of the 2nd law, and that the universe is a closed system. The earth exists within the universe, and as such is NOT immune from any of the laws of nature. However, I have seen this argument from you ETB trolls before, proclaiming that the earth is not in itself a closed system and then pretending that you are the only people who know that. You then pat each other on the back and worship your own profundity.

In other words, the first ETB defacates, the second rolls in it and the third eats it.

External energy feeds to the earth as it is DEPLEATED from the sun, since energy is never created or destroyed. However, by playing this disengenuous "open system / closed system" game you pretend that you know something somebody eles doesn't. The analogy was stupid and infantile. It did nothing more than reaffirm that you people don't have the slightest idea of which you speak.

brilliantLiberal, Free Conservatives 15 Comments [10/31/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8212

Just curious, and I may be a bit uneducated about this but If one were to start a religion based completely on Science and the most famous groups of scientists such as Einstein give him status as the highest being and then assign "Saint" status to all lesser scientists would that keep Science from being taught in schools? Actually went through all of the paperwork to obtain 501C3 status etc...etc..

Porkchop, Rapture Ready 24 Comments [10/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8208

Moms and Dads need to teach that and some still do, but now Dad and Dad going to teach right from wrong to a child that's going to get beat up when other kids find out his about his Dads, Oh wait, he's not just the son of two queers, he's adopted. Wow what alot to put on a kid that never asked to be abnormal, his Dads insisted it on to him. I'd like to think about protecting the children too.

wrightbrigade, 123 Christian Forums 44 Comments [10/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8207

[After someone comments that his bigoted rant against homosexuals was 'sick']

Gay people are either deciding to be sick or are sick and in either case they are sick. I don't accept this behavior, it's not just a sin, it's an abomination to God which is worst I believe. It's my belief get over it. Sick might be too strong a term, how about mildly retarded? [...]

I'm not sick but if two men having sex isn't then I don't know what sick is. Have a nice day.

wrightbrigade, 123 Christian Forums 21 Comments [10/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8206

They say man evolved from one cell to monkey to man....ok I've been able to see a way that that theory could be possible, but what and where is the proof of the steps inbetween the cell/monkey/man? Did the cell all of a sudden become a monkey? Did a monkey all of a sudden give birth to a bouncing baby boy? Sure they supposedly have proof of the look of the Java Man and Neanderthal man, but theres no way that I can think of that all of a sudden the Java man was just born....where are the people in between the monkey and the Java man and between the Java man and the Neanderthal? ......what evolved into the monkey?.......which came first?.......chicken or the egg?

mcl74, Bibleforums.org 13 Comments [10/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8205

even the theory of gravity is wrong: it works in some cases, but not in others. For example, if I drop a book, then I can tell you how it falls towards the ground, but if I pick something very large or very small our theory of gravity stops working.

GodGuy, 123 Christian Forums 13 Comments [10/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8204

['If you would not give gays the right to a marriage then would you settle for a civil union']

I don't make compromises with the enemy.

I make no compromises with evil.

new_creation, 123 Christian Forums 12 Comments [10/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8203

As the leader of the free world, the position of president demands a great deal. Enormous pressures must be endured daily; important decisions with far-reaching consequences are required consistently from the office. Therefore, the president of the United States must be able to handle it.

Men, in general, can think and lead with reclusion from their own personal feelings, something by and large not possible for a woman. Anyone who has ever dealt with a woman or been forced to watch Lifetime, knows they don’t hide their emotions.

Trey Caliva, BGNews.com 12 Comments [10/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8202

[On gay equality]

I accept and agree with equal rights. They already have these though. Every single homosexual is entitled to marry someone of the opposite sex anytime they so choose.

Lyric's Dad, 123 Christian Forums 27 Comments [10/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8201

[On sickle-anemia mutation protecting against malaria]

If this is such a great mutation, why do we have a national organization to help people who have it?

NOTW, 123 Christian Forums 9 Comments [10/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8200

[about the ACLU defending christians]

I predicted they'd have to take on a few new token cases soon- they're "list" was getting pretty outdated

kerri, Rapture Ready 8 Comments [10/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8197

Well I sure wish you would tell that to the wiccan who used to live near me who tried to cast a spell on me and my family. They know full well who satan is trust me. I'll never forget that long haired puke with his little animal bone spells. We sent that boy packing and his little coven too.

Charity, Free Conservatives 12 Comments [10/26/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8196

As far as whether or not there is a God, all I can say is this: Ask yourself how everything came into existence. I know people will say a big bang created the universe. But what caused that big bang? People will say it was a bunch of gases that suddenly exploded. But then ask yourself... where did those gases come from?

LighthouseEagle, Bibleforums.org 17 Comments [10/26/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8195

['<a href="http://today.reuters.com/news/newsarticle.aspx?type=scienceNews&storyid=2005-10-26T120913Z_01_KNE617984_RTRUKOC_0_US-ALIENS.xml" target="_blank">Alien abductees prone to false memories says expert</a>']

People will believe anything as long as it comes out of the mouth of an 'expert'.

False Memories? Gimme a break!
Overactive imagination maybe, A spiritual encounter I would buy, but false memories? Nah...

Blessed2B, Rapture Ready 4 Comments [10/26/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8194

[From an administrator at Rapture Ready messageboard]

I believe this [people forming false memories] could happen. You tell yourself something long enough and you begin to believe it. I think (but don't know for sure, so don't quote me ) that this is the basic premise that brainwashing works by.

Carmen, Rapture Ready 22 Comments [10/26/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8192

You’re just not getting this concept. The earth was formed less than 6,000 years ago and everything on it is younger than that. If it dates older, there’s something wrong with your method, your sample, or your technique.

unred typo, 123 Christian Forums 22 Comments [10/26/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8191

Post flood live spans began to decrease due to the introduction of solar radiation but would for some time still be extensive compared to now. Methusala was the oldest pre-flood human recorded at near 1000 years.

lwj2op2, Evolution Fairytale Forum 10 Comments [10/26/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8189

IF "it doesn't matter how it came about," then WHY do "EVOLUTIONISTS" (it seems that some of your friends can't countenance being called "Darwinists" for some strange reason, though many of them have no problem hatefully attacking others with pejoratives far worse, e.g. "fundies," and bible thumpers," and "flat earthers" to name but a few) almost universally argue pure naturalistim, devoid of "religious myths"? Are they wrong, or are you? While it is a simple matter for "EVOLUTIONISTS" to mock and ridicule the abject stupidity of "fundies," whether or not they even have a religion, it is inexcusable for practitioners of what is supposed to be PURE and OBJECTIVE "SCIENCE" to be so inconsistent.

Mirabile Auditu, EvC Forum 9 Comments [10/25/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8188

As a gift, I'll give you something you can use as evolution evidence from the Bible (though it wasn't random) that gives the link between snakes, lizards and birds. You may already know this but the snake that was possesed by the devil used to have feathers and lost them as well as its legs, leaving the vestigial legs on boas and anacondas as remains. Strange that those 3 animals are related by science as well. That actually works to sway the most stubborn Christian to believe in a small part of what you believe.

evolutionimpaired, EvC Forum 10 Comments [10/25/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8187

the many varieties of skulls which have been portrayed as "evolutions" toward Human are able to be found on the shoulders of living humans now "walking the streets" of Earth. They are more common in third world countries where bone altering disease is more common.

The supposed Neandrathal children were long ago dismissed for reasons similar to my "walking the streets" statement, they were not Neandrathal, just sick. If I correctly recall the most common cause was Elephantitus. I am sure I spelled that wrong but Word did not know it either.

lwj2op2, Evolution Fairytale Forum 10 Comments [10/25/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8186

[Re: Dungeons & Dragons]

Did you look at the origins of the game? Mythology and things that are not of God. There is documentation that the spells and incantations (which no one has addressed) were created to be as genuine as possible.

AFSweetie777, Bibleforums.org 18 Comments [10/25/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8185

If the evolutionists were honestly looking for the truth, they would not merely assume the T Rex was “millions of years old,” but might actually consider the distinct possibility that it did survive to recent ages. Is it beyond your comprehension that a small pocket of dinosaurs could have been alive and well and living in Montana a few thousand years ago?

unred typo, 123 Christian Forums 16 Comments [10/24/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8184

This is a hoot..... :o Christians afraid of the truth???? You are kidding right....

Its evolutionists who are screaming when someone dares to mention that evolution is not a proven fact, and don't want there monopoply on public education challenged.

I think its evolutionists who are afraid of facing the facts, not christians/creationists.

92g, Evolution Fairytale Forum 13 Comments [10/24/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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