Quote# 61139

" Liberals have no respect for natural law. This court is filled with men who believe, like Al Gore, that they can pass a vote to change the weather, so why not re-define a 6000 year old defenition of marriage. Next, we'll pass a vote to outlaw gravity!

Idiots and embeciles. Don't celebrate too long...we'll overturn this in the state house and slap the court down! "

Dr.Kraig Wroe, Sioux City Journal 48 Comments [4/4/2009 11:40:11 AM]
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Submitted By: Insanity
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Quote# 116805

Masturbation is an habit that arouse from the fulfilment of man's sexual desire, and consequently initiated by demonic spirits into a mans life through constant viewing of sexual contents. since it involve Sex then it invites demonic spirits who will like to satisfy their desire through your act of masturbation, just like when you are watching porn videos.., they watch you as their porn videos too to fulfill their lust and This Spirit tends to manipulate you into the act for their own desire which you will also enjoy at the point of expulsion, without much ado they take you as their regular customer and keep manipulating you and tormenting you with the act just to fulfill their selfish desire, at this point it becomes a chronic habit, even when you try to bodily resist its desires you still find yourself having Sex in the dream that is because it is more easier to conquer an habit in the body than in the spirit, this dreams are meant to stir you up into the act, but if you can resist the physical repercussion of such dreams 4 or 5 times consecutively and also deny the bodily urges when it comes naturally, then you are just at the Gate of breaking free from that habit then keep your eyes away from every sexual "apparitions" and attractions and you shall be totally free.

Gracias

Tosinex, Nairaland 24 Comments [2/15/2016 3:05:49 PM]
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Quote# 110257

The depiction of ponies in this series is un-biblical. According to the Bible (Gen 1:26) man has been given dominion over all beasts (including ponies), and thus the portrayal of these worker-animals as talking intelligent creatures with their own will and personality is clearly in contradiction to God’s teaching. We would have preferred to see a more realistic portrayal of God’s creation, for example showing young men and women working the land with their ponies just as God intended. As everybody knows, Man (created in God’s image) is the only life on earth born with a soul, and capable of moral reasoning. To suggest that ponies might also have souls undermines the entire basis of the Christian Bible.

The show is created by a young woman named Lauren Faust – if that names seems familiar to you it should be: According to legend, Faust was the name of the person who sold his soul to the devil in return for great wealth and power. It’s highly probable that Satan has chosen Ms Faust to be his modern-day emissary of evil. The signs are clear.

From what we can tell, the ponies do not seem to have any belief in God. There was not one single reference to Christianity, Jesus or the Holy Bible in any of the episodes we watched. There were countless references to paganism, the occult and black-magic. We are concerned that watching this show might encourage young girls to experiment with the dark arts. We advise any parents who suspect their child has seen this show to consult their pastor.

While ponies are certainly real animals, and unicorns definitly did exist (Job 39-12), “Pegasus Ponies” appear to be a creature found only in ancient greek pagan religions. We do not understand why Hasbro felt the need to include this obviously false pagan hogwash other than to cause further confusion in the minds of young girls.


And there's a whole lot more wackiness where these come from.

james goddard, democratic underground 28 Comments [6/30/2015 2:36:20 AM]
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Quote# 71434

Poverty is caused by SIN. and no government in the world can cure that problem.

MrsGoodBuddy, CARM 67 Comments [3/12/2010 11:26:21 AM]
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Quote# 69739

I still say men cannot be properly raped. Unless they're in prison. And most of those douchebag criminals deserve it.

WMDKitty, Fstdt 79 Comments [1/25/2010 9:34:11 AM]
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Quote# 16175

['If only more would come out and just admit it, and not be ashamed to live the homosexual lovestyle.']

(vomit smiley) Are you a homo?

BillyBob, Theology Online 40 Comments [10/20/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 16465

[The poster is also very much against abortion rights because it's an "innocent human being," a variation on the theistic idea of ensoulment, so you might want to take his claim to atheism with a grain of salt]

Yes life is a risk grow up and deal with it like a man. Rape is never the victims fault but they can be a fault in some cases of putting themselves in a bad situation that leads to it.

Conservative Atheist, Myspace 33 Comments [10/29/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 50770

I don’t see how an atheist has any way of demonstrating that rape and murder are wrong.

Chesterton, Christian Forums 66 Comments [10/28/2008 5:49:38 PM]
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Submitted By: Hadron
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Quote# 58197

There is a guy at my church who is married with 2 children... HE IS NOT GAY, nor as far as I know ever been. However his voice and mannerisms are very, very feminine. There is no way you could look at this guy and think he was straight, yet he is. He talks against homosexuality and has even talked about where our country is headed with this and he doesn't like it. However he never mentions anything about his own highly feminine traits. Where do these traits come from? I'm sure he didn't practice and practice till he was able to act like a girl. I'm confused, how did he get to be so feminine? Where did these traits come from if he wasn't born with them? I don't understand this.

jayna, Rapture Ready 58 Comments [2/8/2009 4:16:16 PM]
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Quote# 9575

An Atheist cannot smell, touch, taste, or see the beginning of the universe, thus they really have no idea whether a transient being exists, or not, despite all the overwhelming evidence makes the possibilty of current state of things in the universe being an "accident" or random like how If the elements in our atmosphere were even a few percentage points different, every living thing on earth would die. Are you kidding me, you ask me to believe that something that random to have occured? Sorry but I'll keep my transient being theory, though how irrational, it is far more rational right now than anything anybody has thought of.

SoulTaker*, Eyes on FF 26 Comments [2/13/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 63384

The parent of a role-playing gamer or any gamer who is concerned for his spiritual health is well-advised to consider the power of role-playing as a behavior modification tool. If you pretend to be heroic long enough, eventually you can become heroic. The danger of pretending to be an atheist or pretending to be an evil character should be obvious and should be avoided.

Conservapedia, Conservapedia 90 Comments [6/21/2009 1:09:18 PM]
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Submitted By: M.M.
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Quote# 68920

Sen. Jim DeMint of South Carolina recently told Bloomberg columnist Albert Hunt that he thinks the idea of a gay president would be “immoral.”

DeMint, a socially conservative Republican, spoke with Hunt in his Senate office, where he was asked about the possibility of an openly gay or lesbian person reaching the highest elected office in the country.

“He cringes at the notion of a gay or lesbian president,” wrote Hunt, who said that DeMint replied, “It would be bothersome to me just personally because I consider it immoral.”

DeMint has been an outspoken opponent of marriage equality, which he and Hunt also discussed during the interview.

“Marriage is a religious institution. The federal government has no business redefining what it is,” DeMint told Hunt, adding that even state governments should not have the right to permit same-sex marriages.

“Governments should not be in the business of promoting a behavior that’s proven to be destructive to our society,” said DeMint.


Sen. Jim DeMint, http://advocate.com 44 Comments [12/24/2009 9:24:57 AM]
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Submitted By: Mathew
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Quote# 43936

I have the evidence that some Atheists are short-sighted, tell me if you agree?
When I asked questions such as God created us to be here and I'm appalled at this one answer some Atheists would say?!!! Such as, "God didn't create me, My parents did!" Or, "My father and mother had sex that's why I'm here!"

I mean how short-sighted is that? I wonder if those answers are just to be humorous because I don't know how anyone could be so stupid as to believe such thing as what they said? Don't they understand all living things go way before our parents???? Do I even need to explain this?

Is this why Atheists are Atheists because they're not too bright?

Nirvana, Yahoo Answers 6 Comments [7/31/2008 8:16:32 PM]
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Submitted By: Lola
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Quote# 107700

Today on “The 700 Club,” Pat Robertson went on one of his patented rants about anal sex, arguing that he will never change his mind about gay marriage until someone proves that anal sex can lead to pregnancy. Robertson told a viewer who wondered how gay people can identify as Christians that “the gays wants to control everything.”

This is part of the left-wing agenda,” he said, “to do away with Christian values and to substitute for Christian values the progressive concepts of morality.”

You tell me if anybody, if you show me one couple that conceived a child through anal — through anal intercourse — just show me one in all the world, and I will say, ‘I agree with you and you are right.’ Show me one. There are 8 billion people, 7 billion, show me one time when a child was conceived by that kind of sexual activity,” Robertson said. “It is unnatural, I’m sorry.”

Pat Robertson, Right Wing Watch 38 Comments [4/8/2015 2:56:51 AM]
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Quote# 52783

(PDF filed with the California Supreme Court, pg. 13:)

I submit that I am fully God and fully human in nature, and currently I am on earth dwelling among the human race. My fully God nature is Messiah's sibling in the Holy Trinity's family. I am the third Person and the youngest person in the Almighty Eternal Creator's family. I currently reside on Earth and I am the sole heiress of Almighty Eternal Creator. My declaration is based on the Genuine Holy Bible, especially the Gospel of John and the Book of Revelations that are full of revelations regarding the truth of my identity and my authority over humans on earth, given to me by the Master of the Universe, who is Almighty Eternal Creator!

D. Q. Mariette Do-Nguyen, Heiress The Almighty Eternal Creator

(the whole thing is batshit insane)

Mariette Do-Nguyen, Letter to the California Supreme Court, re; Prop 8 (PDF file) 55 Comments [11/25/2008 9:29:27 PM]
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Quote# 2251

If you tell someone the truth, and they kill themself...versus if you tell someone a lie and they live on some false hope? Which is better for a productive society? Completely detached from any religious views, couldn't it be advantageous for a government looking to have productive citizens? I'm not saying it is or isn't...just the possibility. If everyone believes that they are part of some higher plan, I'm sure they will work and encourage much better than if they think that their entire world is the product of natural forces.

hungry_student, Internet Infidels 4 Comments [2/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 121532

Maybe the women were just going to another PP because they felt uncomfortable with the group of people standing outside and judging them. It's impossible to tell if this is victory. A victory would be actually changing someone's mind. The way this is phrased, "wore them down", makes it sound like the Pro-lifers were just nuisances.

"because they felt uncomfortable with the group of people standing outside and judging them."

Evidence please. The article says: "The group stood for helping pregnant women choose alternatives to abortion."

Based on that, it sounds like YOU are (unfairly) judging THEM.

"A victory would be actually changing someone's mind."

False. Some people's minds will NEVER be changed on abortion, just as many minds were NEVER changed on slavery and Jew gassing.

A victory is shutting down one abortuary at a time. A victory is saving one baby's life at a time. A victory is saving one woman from being wounded at a time. I'm quite certain this group saved many lives, some known, many more unknown.

"makes it sound like the Pro-lifers were just nuisances."

Standing against evil is always a "nuisance" to evildoers, is it not?!?

To be a "nuisance" and save lives is FAR better to sit back in one's recliner (as I did for many years myself) and smugly criticize those on the front lines. Here is a quote from a man who was a colossal "nuisance" to the slave trade:

“If to be feelingly alive to the sufferings of my fellow-creatures is to be a fanatic, I am one of the most incurable fanatics ever permitted to be at large.” ? William Wilberforce

And one from a royal "nuisance" to the Third Reich:
"Which of us has really admitted that God’s goodness can also lead us into conflict." ? Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Finally, Harriet Tubman was such a "nuisance" to slavers in the 1850's that they put a $40K bounty on her head. That is about $1.2M in 2016 dollars.

WorldGoneCrazy, Live Action News 11 Comments [9/10/2016 1:24:47 AM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta
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Quote# 126256

The surge for people of the same gender to be married now seems unstoppable in many parts of the world, and I have no doubt that the homosexual activists will not rest until they achieve this same victory wherever possible.

Just as “wearing a ten gallon hat don’t make you a Texan” and “saying you’re the King of England don’t make you the King of England.” So saying you’re married don’t make you married, or at least you may be married in the eyes of the state, but you’re not married in the eyes of God…not that most people will care about that.

What if you said you were a zombie and you were going to marry another zombie? You even went through the ceremony, but that doesn’t mean that zombies were married. It was all pretend.

You could say the pretend stuff is just fun, and why not let people have their fun? Okay, let them have their fun, but when it’s all over forgive me if I remind folks that zombies aren’t real, and neither is such a thing as a two men or two women marrying each other.

Fr. Dwight Longenecker, Patheos 9 Comments [4/28/2017 1:42:36 PM]
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Quote# 36823

To understand why abortion is still illegal, despite Roe v. Wade, you must begin by doing something few Americans bother with anymore – reading the preamble to the U.S. Constitution.

"We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America," it says.

Important words all. But I want you to focus right now on those to whom this document applies. Who are the subjects and beneficiaries of the Constitution, as stated clearly in the preamble?

The answer? "… to ourselves and our posterity …"

The word "ourselves" in this context refers to those men who wrote it – and to their generation of Americans.

"Posterity," which literally means "descendants" or all succeeding generations, refers, in this context, to all those Americans yet unborn.

Is your great, great, great, great granddaughter your posterity? Absolutely. Is she born yet? Absolutely not. Does the fact that she is not yet born make her any less your posterity? No.

Jospeh Farah, World Net Daily 44 Comments [3/28/2008 1:10:45 AM]
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Submitted By: Sayna
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Quote# 8047

Consider this, a new born child is perfectly sinless and a most perfect unblemished reflection of the living God. For God to allow that child to be born and then die before it can even be spanked and experience that degree of worldly pain is probably, in my opinion the greatest gift He can impart on that Soul.

Unworthy Servant, Bibleforums.org 15 Comments [10/4/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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