Quote# 14334

studys have shown that the amount of evidence for evolution is barly enough to fill a ragular sized table. while the bible having creationism actually matches up with history from the exedus of egypt to the great flood it took 40 people the span of 1500 years to write the bible and has proven accuracy all you people dotn want to believe becuase you know that you are wrong and if you think you came from some hairy ape that gave birth to you then well wait i know you came from some hairy ape but im know for sure i didnt plus how is it that from no where that we just "evovlved" from a an ape sccientist have answered their own ?'s by watching ape it has never been proven that watching a ape grow that it becomes any more of a human then evolution has stopped if really tjhought about whered you come from your mother whered she come from her mother and whered did she come from her mother i can go onall day about this but the real ignorant one is you because you are ytoo afraid to believe that no one came from monkeys!!!!!!!

GET ON A BIKE AND RIDE!!!, Myspace 60 Comments [8/29/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6692

The existence of the Greenland Basin and the present location of Greenland proves (i.e., it is stark evidence of the fact) that the mantle of the earth has expanded very rapidly, so rapidly in fact - that it actually lifted the entire continent of Greenland up on one end! Go to any modern National Geographic Atlas showing the Greenland and the floor of the Atric Ocean, and you can see THESE PROOFS for yourself!

Bruce D McKay, Elijah, Christian Forums 5 Comments [4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8055

Be gone demonic saboteurs !!! Leave my thread this instant !!!

The Ascetic Crusader, Christian Forums 15 Comments [10/5/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 60812

Question: If there is a perfect Bible in English, doesn't there also have to be a perfect Bible in French, and German, and Japanese, etc?

Answer: God has always given His word to one people in one language to do one job; convert the world. The supposition that there must be a perfect translation in every language is erroneous and inconsistent with God's proven practice.

Dr. Samuel C. Gipp , The Answer Book 64 Comments [3/23/2009 4:05:27 PM]
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Quote# 10483

I myself feel uncomfortable with women serving as pastors. I find that they are inherrently liberal, and very prone to femininist theology. I also find their abilities as orators and councilors inferior.

LibraryOwl, Christian Forums 21 Comments [3/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6883

What do you think about number of 666. Some organizations force us (Armenia) to accept this So that no one can buy or sell without that human number. Do you know who they are and what do you think about these Organizations. Orange in Christ

orange, Christian Forums 13 Comments [4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 37178

It always seems that Science is the right path to chose, but Darwin had a very large flaw. When he went to teh galapagos Islands, who is to say he didn't become mentally ill? I think, no, I KNOW that the bible is real, and that the evolution of species is a pathetic attempt to hide the truth that anyone who doesn't follow the path of a Christian and doesn't believes that Jesus Christ died on a Roman cross innocently for the salvation of all, is a fool.

Anyone who believes what I believe, post it on my site, or reply to my comment
The name of God shall not be shunned off like a stray dog!

PS. Yes, I know I look like an emo.

Ben Tamasorei, Gaia Online 40 Comments [4/3/2008 9:01:02 PM]
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Quote# 182

Besides, our model is the early christians, they had a great old time burning books. I think one time they counted they cost of the books as well. Lets have thousands of good old book burnings. Bring the marshmallows!

dad, Christian Forums 22 Comments [7/3/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 7761

I've never been to NO [New Orleans], but my husband has and my grandparents have. My grandparents said that there were areas of the city that you could literally FEEL evil.

So my off the wall (?) thought - how many people there were demon possessed? And how many of those people were killed during Katrina and the aftermath? So how many demons were running around free, able to find new people to take over?

LadyHen, Rapture Ready 22 Comments [9/4/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 44111

[So close....]

It's amazing, they've quoted so many many posts from RR, it's like they're a backup of the RR message board!

It's amazing to see the extreme divergence of world views, that what we would consider a perfectly normal post and nod in agreement when we read it, is held up to ridicule and mocked.

It's like we and they are from two different planets - and in a sense, ain't that the truth? We are in this world but not of this world!

SumSam, Rapture Ready 56 Comments [8/3/2008 6:25:45 AM]
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Quote# 105595

[E]ach year when Christmas rolls around I want to climb up on a rooftop somewhere and shout “Jesus isn’t in the manger anymore!” When I was sitting on a pew in Talbot Park Baptist Church thirty-three years ago, yearning to be free from homosexuality, I didn’t need a baby in the manger; I didn’t need an empty cross or empty tomb. I needed a touch from the resurrected Jesus Christ.


I was fortunate that I had never been told the “gay gene lie,” so I did not entertain the thought I was born this way and stuck forever in homosexuality. I did know though that no matter how hard I tried not to be a lesbian I could not stop myself. I was so tired and wanted out of it.

So, what did I really believe about Jesus Christ? If I believed Jesus was the same as yesterday, all I needed to do was call upon Him. I had the pre-requisites: a broken heart, a contrite spirit, burdened and heavy laden. But did I have the faith the size of a mustard seed that He could free me from the chains of sexual sin?

I recalled all of the miracles Jesus had performed when He walked the earth: restoring sight to the blind, enabling the lame to wall, healing lepers and even raising the dead. If He were alive and not just a historical figure, He could certainly heal me of homosexuality.

I cried out to Him and He showed up. The encounter was quite supernatural. He touched my life the same way I had heard and read about in centuries past. He forgave me; He healed me; He restored me. He became an active part of my daily life and still is to this day.

Linda Wall, Barb Wire 26 Comments [1/3/2015 9:33:21 AM]
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Quote# 6437

Im sorry but Aysia is seriously kicking ass here. KICKING ASS!

==50Cent==, Acne.org message board 1 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 108712

I'm not a gay-hating, homophobic bigot (I've shared the Gospel with some homosexuals) and I don't agree with everything Pastor Steven Anderson says but I can't help but feel the world would be a better, happier place if all the homosexuals who reject Christ would just do what Joshua Alcorn did. Kill themselves.

There would be less unsaved people in this world, plus homosexuality is a disease. A disease that spreads. A disease that on average shortens your life, and increases the depression and suicide rate. Also, there would be no Christ-rejecting homosexuals who bully others (especially Christians) and there would be no more people like Dan Savage.

Think about it. If all the Christ-rejecting homosexuals died wouldn't the world be a better, happier place for EVERYONE? Again, I'm not a gay-hating, homophobic bigot.

And for people reading this I suggest going to this website: "Victims of Gay Bullying: Who are the real bullies?"

True2God, FSTDT Comments. 49 Comments [5/19/2015 3:19:29 AM]
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Quote# 118849

Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore was suspended on Friday for defying the legalization of marriage equality, AL.com reported.

Moore was suspended after the Alabama Judicial Inquiry Commission filed ethics charges against him. Moore will now be tried by the Alabama Court of the Judiciary, and could be removed from the bench if found guilty.

The commission’s move was spurred by complaints by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which released a statement saying Moore had “disgraced” his position.

“He’s such a religious zealot, such an egomaniac that he thinks he doesn’t have to follow federal court rulings he disagrees with,” said the group’s president, Richard Cohen. “For the good of the state, he should be kicked out of office.”

Moore, who stated last year he would “not be bound” by the Supreme Court’s ruling legalizing same-sex marriages because they change the “organic law” of God, was dismissive of the accusations against him.

“The Judicial Inquiry Commission has no authority over the administrative orders of the chief justice of Alabama or the legal injunctions of the Alabama Supreme Court prohibiting probate judges from issuing same-sex marriage licenses,” he said. “The Judicial Inquiry Commission has chosen to listen to people like Ambrosia Starling, a professed transvestite and other gay, lesbian and bisexual individuals, as well as organizations that support their agenda.”

The SPLC’s accusations, in part, concerned Moore’s February 2015 order instructing state probate judges not to follow the high court’s decision, as well as what it described as an undermining of public confidence in his office by doing so.

Moore also faced possible removal from his office in 2003, following his move to install a Ten Commandments monument inside the in the state judicial building. He later refused to follow a federal court order to remove it.

Chief Justice Roy Moore, Raw Story 34 Comments [5/10/2016 3:10:07 AM]
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Quote# 80426

Hi All,
I was thinking about this past few days - it seems plausible; could large dinosaurs have been employed to move the massive stones required to build the pyramids? Also, were the pyramids constructed before the flood? It would seem to me they were assuming the flood took place around 2350 B.C. -

This would also explain why violence filled the earth in those days. So the question; were the pyramids built before the flood and if so, were dinosaurs used to move the stones?


countitjoy5 , CARM --- The Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry 110 Comments [4/6/2011 4:35:24 AM]
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Quote# 94649

After quoting from a column by Brian Camenker from MassResistance on the supposedly detrimental effects of marriage equality in Massachusetts, Trewhella said gay marriage “totally changes the entire culture” but that most Americans “don’t care anyway.”

“Your children would be getting perverted in their minds by these filthy people,” Trewhella claimed, before turning his venom to straight people who don’t condemn gays and lesbians: “I have no respect for people who are parents, who actually have children, and have no problem with homosexuality or homosexual marriage. They are the most base people on the planet to have totally abandoned every God-given vestige to protect your child from the filth of homosexuality, to blatantly go along with it is disgusting.”

Matt Trewhella, Right Wing Watch 33 Comments [6/2/2013 3:45:20 AM]
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Quote# 19713

[In a thread about the Antichrist]

"well, i dont know if this has anything to do with it but in the bible didnt it say like "two brothers will fall" or something like that and the twin towers fell.

then it said something about tornadoes and lal these tornadoes were coming.then it said about a huricane and huricane katrina came.im not sure if it said it in that order but yeah.and in the bible it said it all in order?does it say that in the bible or what?

also, after the Pope died,natural disasters occured.i dont kbow if its just me that noticed that.I heard supposably after this Pope dies, An african american Pope wil come and hes evil. These are rumors i heard. I am unsure though."

pinktwin, Dollwar Forums 39 Comments [1/21/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 99691

Arguing that we need more carbon dioxide, not less, in the atmosphere, Rep. Jerry Anderson, R-Price, has proposed legislation that would limit the state’s ability to regulate emissions of the greenhouse gas.

HB229 narrows the definition of the term "air contaminants," clarifying that "natural components of the atmosphere," including nitrogen, oxygen and other stable, or noble gases, are not pollution.

Anderson’s bill would prevent the establishment of state standards for carbon dioxide below atmospheric concentrations of 500 parts per million. This is a level far above what is currently in the atmosphere, already padded with carbon thanks to two centuries of fossil-fuel burning.

"We are short of carbon dioxide for the needs of the plants," Anderson, a retired science teacher, told the committee overseeing environmental programs in the the state on Tuesday. "Concentrations reached 600 parts per million at the time of the dinosaurs and they did quite well. I think we could double the carbon dioxide and not have any adverse effects."

Rep. Jerry Anderson, The Salt Lake Tribune 35 Comments [3/1/2014 2:35:37 PM]
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Quote# 29665

10 of 34 people found the following review helpful:
This book makes the point of a well deserved spanking, July 29, 1999
Reviewer: A reader
When I read this book last march my son was slipping horribly in school. My son is 17 years old and graduated with flying colors from his Junior year (a 98 on one of his Regents exams!). When he was little and acted up (through grade 6) down the pants came and over the knee he went. But I faulsly belived that after that he was beyond the "spanking age." When I read this book I learned that my son needed help and I had to give it to him. He had failed or came close too, most of his finals and was in bad shape (never listened, always late, smoking, drinking) and I couldn't bare to see him bomb like that. So, one night he came home 4 hours late, I learned that he had failed 2 tests and had been smoking again. I grounded him. He threw a fit and after a bit of a screeming match I pulled over a kitchen table chair, grabbed my sons wrist, yanked down his pants and spanked him. I spanked him for a half an hour. His bottom was as red as an apple. I kept him there over my knee and explained the rules. He agreed. Of course a few other spankings followed and may still follow, but he's doing much better with the spankings. And I have this book to thank.

A reader, Amazon.com 57 Comments [10/4/2007 7:48:29 PM]
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Quote# 107200

Another secret Rabbi Brody shares with us is that keeping niddah brings prosperity to a couple. [...] According to Kabbalah, there are several main spiritual pipelines, or channels, by which our sustenance is brought down from Above. [T]he main pipeline for prosperity is the wife. Therefore, the cleaner the pipe, the greater the channel is for receiving abundance from Hashem. For a husband to reach his full potential in his career and business ventures, the wife's soul must be a pure channel for abundance. I like to think of spiritual impurities as "spiritual cholesterol". They are unhealthy for the soul and body, as these blockages greatly diminish the amount of abundance that is able to reach it's intended destination.


Regarding the husband, Rabbi Brody explains that instances of prostate cancer are significantly lower among men whose wives observe niddah. The same holds true for rates of uterine, ovarian, and cervical cancer.

There is another reason why it's called "family purity". The children that are born from such a pure and holy union are blessed in every way. "When two parents are pure channels, they impart their purity to their children," states Rabbi Brody. During the time of conception, Hashem acts as a partner with the parents in the creation of a new child. This child will be born with a healthy and balanced mental and emotional disposition, along with a sharp mind and a good heart. Conversely, children that are born of an impure union are more likely to suffer emotional and mental disorders, anxiety, and be more difficult to raise. This is because the child received the impurity from the parents at the time of conception.

Racheli Reckles, Breslev.co.il 24 Comments [3/19/2015 3:38:37 AM]
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