Quote# 88397

I know that many will not believe this testimony concerning the 'City Under the Sea'. They, in
fact, will want to believe that it is just a fairy tale. They will try comparing it to something like the
stories of "The Little Mermaid" or "The Wizard of Oz." Believe me, the 'City Under the Sea' does
exist, spiritually. I know, because I personally spent twelve years under the sea and know that it's a
real place. This is my testimony of residing with the demon gods under the sea.

Samuel Vanco, Insights of God 74 Comments [7/17/2012 3:17:48 AM]
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Quote# 130695

Myluminaryking, tumblr 5 Comments [8/17/2017 9:45:43 PM]
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Quote# 35552

I love Kent Hovind. He is wonderful, smart and handsome.
His website is right on.
I love his $250,000 offer to evolutionists. The evolutionists claim he wants the "big bang" demonstrated, but he said and I heard him that ANY proof will do.

Produce a fossil...

Evolutionists conventiently forget the law of biogenesis which demonstrates life cannot create itself.

There are no fossils and if anyone thinks so, he is deceived. If there were, the evolutionists would not have tried their Peltdown man trick.

[Are you talking about Kent Hovind the creationist trickster, the one with the fake "Doctorate" from an online college???? Yeah, riiight, when I want to fantasize about a man, I just visualize Kent Hovind and then one of his moronic comments....excuse me I am not feeling well...*runs to restroom*.....]

Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder and if you don't think Kent Hovind is an attractive and totally gorgeous male,then you are not beholding him.

I watch him on Carl Baugh and he is handsome. What a doll!

He does not have a fake doctorate. In the recent email i got from his ministry, he said there are over a thousand websites against him, which is good for him since Jesus said woe unto us when all men speak well of you.

ilwjc, Christian Forums 87 Comments [2/27/2008 6:21:34 PM]
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Quote# 42717

Commenting on selected passages from the first three chapters of Genesis, Ware said Eve's curse in the Garden of Eden meant "her desire will be to have her way" instead of her obeying her husband, "because she's a sinner."

What that means to the man, Ware said, is: "He will have to rule, and because he's a sinner, this can happen in one of two ways. It can happen either through ruling that is abusive and oppressive--and of course we all know the horrors of that and the ugliness of that--but here's the other way in which he can respond when his authority is threatened. He can acquiesce. He can become passive. He can give up any responsibility that he thought he had to the leader in the relationship and just say 'OK dear,' 'Whatever you say dear,' 'Fine dear' and become a passive husband, because of sin."

Bruce Ware, Southern Baptist Scholar Links Spouse Abuse to Wives' Refusal to Submit to Their Husbands 23 Comments [7/12/2008 9:38:41 AM]
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Quote# 54888

Those woodpeckers that survived could only be woodpeckers that had the genetic makeup to have long beaks. A simple study on genetics reveals that once the genetic information has left, no new information grows. All changes result from a LOSS of genetic information, there is no example anywhere of an increase in information.

Therefore, while longer beaked woodpeckers could survive better and, consequently, produce offspring with only the information included on longer beaks - there is no possibility that they could EVER produce offspring that would genetically transform into creatures that carry completely NEW DNA - magically becoming different animals as time goes by.

One problem believers in evolution have is they do not understand the leap that has to be made from genetic mutation and loss of information resulting in minor changes inside of species, in comparison with the problem of trying to transform one animal into another by adding of genetic information.

In class they will give you all these examples like the woodpecker or the peppered moth. Give me a break. That's not changing from one animal to another. But they will tell you it is the same thing on a smaller scale, so you can believe evolution. It is NOT the same thing. That is as great a leap as it would be to take an example of stripping down a '33 Ford to make it a highboy, and saying that's the same kind of changes as it would be for it to gradually become a flying Pegasus. Totally different thing going on. One is stripping down, the other is fantasy. But people swallow it like babies and mashed bananas. sigh....

Valerie, Yet more RR 34 Comments [12/27/2008 3:27:30 AM]
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Quote# 20477

[In a discussion, 'Are Humans Apes?', ChrisS defines the biological classification of humans/homo sapiens]

Your calcification based on some similar physical traits, not some inerrant religious text.

Of course I have noticed some dogmatic undertones in the evolutionary posts.

Almost like evolution is their religion.

["Logic really needs to be made mandatory in high-school."]

Are you taking about ape high school or human high school.

My point is the thing that makes us unique is our ability to be aware that we exist and to have this conversation.

It is the most defining biological difference we have as a life form.

Its like you want to take the legs off a chaeta and call it pig.

Now just so you know what a spiritual conversation is I will give an example.

Apes don’t go to hell because they have no moral awareness.

Categorizing yourself as an ape won’t keep you from going there as you remain morally aware regardless of your preferred classification.

If a just God exists and we do not find a remedy for moral violations then we must be deep fried.

Reclassification changes nothing.

There that last part was a spiritual discussion.

duordi, Christian Forums 26 Comments [2/9/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 3822

Ancient man saw them [dinosaurs], wrote about them, sculpted them and drew pictures of them because there were still a few around after the flood. The fact that there are creatures like Loch Ness in Scotland and Mokele Umbembe in the Congo Swamp shows that the sea dwelling ones are probably still existing in these unexplored places.

Big Dave, FaithForum.org 10 Comments [9/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 98798

“But if your husband has sexually molested the children, you should approach him with it. If he is truly repentant (not just exposed) and is willing to seek counseling, you may feel comfortable giving him an opportunity to prove himself…. Stick by him, but testify against him in court. Have him do about 10 to 20 years, and by the time he gets out, you will have raised the kids, and you can be waiting for him with open arms of forgiveness and restitution. Will this glorify God? Forever. You ask, “What if he doesn’t repent even then?” Then you will be rewarded in heaven equal to the martyrs, and God will have something to rub in the Devil’s face. God hates divorce — always, forever, regardless, without exception.”

Debi Pearl, Salon 37 Comments [1/17/2014 4:05:10 AM]
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Quote# 42272

I have studied global warming. Did you know that in science you can never actually prove anything? Even the "scientific laws" aren't really proven because we could possibly find something that would disprove them. So global warming never can be proved. And there's no evidence that global warming is a critical condition.

ARoseInGod'sGarden, CBH 43 Comments [7/4/2008 2:21:43 PM]
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Quote# 38697

# [The] Third [problem with Darwinism], which I think is overwhelming, and just sort of blows the whole theory of Random Mutation out of the water, is, at least, let me say, raises big questions, that is. Assuming it all did happen by Random Mutation and Natural Selection, where did the laws of gravity come from. Where did the laws of thermodynamics come from? Where did the laws of motion and, of heat come from? Where, I guess that's the same as thermodynamics. Where did all these laws, that make it possible for the universe to function, where did they all come from? Why isn't all just chaos and everything collapsing in on itself and killing everything?

Ben Stein, http://www.coloradoconfidential.com 75 Comments [5/4/2008 5:35:53 PM]
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Quote# 1242

[On Genesis]

It is different from a regular account because God chose to tell us the story in His way. Why He chose to tell the story in such a way is not a question that we are authorised to ask.

Frivolous, Internet Infidels 10 Comments [11/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 105690

Robertson received an email from a woman who claimed that her grandson disrespects their Christian faith when they visit their daughter on Christmas and chose not to visit this past year.

“We declined going to our daughter’s house on Christmas this year because there is always an argument, hard feelings etc.,” viewer Karen wrote.

“One grandchild comes high on marijuana, cursing and challenging our faith. I correct him and have told my daughter to ask him to respect our beliefs, but he keeps it up. Our daughter say she is a Christian but will drink too much and offend her daughter and her husband. Were we wrong to not to attend another Christmas that leaves us upset or someone angry? I have shared my beliefs many times with them and am ridiculed by this grandson and son-in-law.”

Robertson’s immediate solution? Beat the child until he respects Christianity.

“Somebody take that kid to the woodshed and let him understand the blessings of discipline,” Robertson advised before predicting that the kid would end up in prison if a strong male figure didn’t start beating him right away.

Pat Robertson, addicting info 35 Comments [1/8/2015 4:28:05 AM]
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Quote# 38833

nothing wrong with gay matrimony
as long as the government is willing
to pay for a long honeymoon in a
concentration camp or Niagra Falls

flip a coin

Fred2670, Wrong Planet 37 Comments [5/8/2008 1:25:34 AM]
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Quote# 25479

For example, on average, only about 10% in the 'typical' IFB church actually tithe properly. When you rob God, He finds a way to get your money. He may break your car, or send other unexpected bills, but He will get the money! On the flipside, you cannot out-give God. Givers find themselves to be well taken care of.

Bro. Randy, Teens-4-Christ 86 Comments [5/21/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8277

Um.... I think, if you think God is an ape.... then thats blasphemey dude. Do you want to know why we call God, Our Heavenly Father???
1. He's a Man (thats why we call him Father)
2. God Created the Heavens and the Earth (Thats why we call God Our heavenly Father)
3. And thats why God is Not an Ape
4. If you think God and humans All evolved into Apes....then maybe we should put you in a Zoo and feed you banana's lol =)

God made man in His image....So that means, God is a Man. But there will be a Day when we will all see the Lord.....so Stop worrying what he looks like =)

Lee, Myspace 28 Comments [11/9/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 45200

I haven't seen any proof that the creationists are wrong. Sorry your stupid catholic religion made you hate God so much. That's ok, He'll open your eyes and ears to the truth soon enough. He controls your environment. You have no choice to believe or not until He allows it. He allowed satan to decieve you too, so you think you are an "atheist". I told you He controls all of it. He made it, He owns it, He makes the rules and controls it. Get over it.

crinkleberry8, Yahoo Answers 50 Comments [8/17/2008 1:31:44 PM]
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Quote# 93262

"Looking around at our world, our universe, and saying there is no God is like looking at a seven-course meal and saying there is no cook."

I don't remember who made that quote, but I believe it has a great deal of truth in it. I mean, when we look at the complexity of life, and how everything intertwines with each other and how organisms can survive and adapt to different environments it seems very difficult to me to say that it was all by accident. I am a creationist (on the fence about young/old earth), and I know that Adonai has created and designed the entire universe, the galaxies, and every strand of DNA in every organism on earth. If we look under the microscope at the human body (or any other organism) we can see how each cell is a machine, a factory.

Cells know how to divide and function correctly, they have their own systems of disposing waste, how to grow together to heal the body, and many other functions essential to life. The reason I have no belief in evolution is the fact that you cannot create something out of nothing (law of conservation of mass) meaning that nothing in the universe can create or destroy mass, and that something outside of the bonds of the universe must have made all mass (eg: God). All animals today are designed for their environments, they are born with traits and genes handed down from past generations to be stronger/weaker, than others.

Also, I've started to accept the belief of challenging everything, no matter who says it. I'm obsessed with history and love to research all topics. And recently, I've started to realize, "how to we know that what the evolutionists/atheistic scientists is even true?" I mean, I have no access to their personal research, I only have the info they report to the news. And for all I know, they could be making everything up. So, why must I accept that what they say is true?

Deiterra, Nationstates 37 Comments [4/9/2013 5:53:19 PM]
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Quote# 7747

I am glad that as much of it [New Orleans] is gone as possible. However, Satan made sure he held the water away from his sess-poll of sin and left the French Quarters in tact. Funny thing is that it is up on a high slab and the people's neighborhood houses were built low to sea leavel. God will always win. With that river and lake around those unpredictable levees that is the last place anyone will want to have a convention at or live at until they straighten up and walk right.

cherith, Bibleforums.org 12 Comments [9/2/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 51463

Abortion is an issue only because our society has abandoned Gods Word. God would rather nip this problem in the bud before any abortion could take place. Deuteronomy 22:13-21 says if a husband marries a girl and finds her not to be a virgin, then she is to be stoned to death. Notice the girl is to be killed without a concern of whether she might be pregnant. God doesnt want that selfish man stuck raising a baby which wasnt his! The bible god's answer is to kill both the girl and the baby

missionarysarahbarry, You Tube 65 Comments [11/3/2008 8:50:26 PM]
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Quote# 26946

Very brave guys. God bless them.
Three things: first, homosexuals lose their humanity when they succumb to this sort of depravity and become little more than animals.
Second, they needed to be treated that way. Christians should seek armed protection when they go up against animlas like this.
Third: the first amendment was meant to protect expression, not exhibition. We should pass a law that anyone who participates in a Gay pride rally should be executed, (after due process of course.)

Farmer18th, Free Republic 58 Comments [7/4/2007 1:20:17 AM]
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