Quote# 12022

Four also applies to:

1) Four regions; North, South, East, West.
2) Four elements; Earth, Air, Fire, Water.
3) Four Seasons; Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.
4) Four kingdoms; Mineral, vegetable, animal, spiritual.
5) Four winds; from the four directions of this earth as mentioned in the word of God.
6) Four divisions of our day; morning, noon, evening, and night.
7) Four phases of the moon; 1st quarter, new moon, last quarter, and full moon.

Out of the list above, only animal is not created yet. Also, 7 is the number of God.

ikester7579, Bibleforums.org 40 Comments [5/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 126374

[After someone joked that they would obviously leave those dying be and not save them because they are an atheist who must have no moral values.]

You obviously think (Christians think)atheists can’t be moral -They can.
You obviously think (Christians think)atheists don’t know morality-they do.
Some atheists live better moral lives than Christians.SHOCK!

What Christians are saying is there is no moral or immoral,just or unjust,or good and evil unless God exists
Atheists can’t JUSTIFY objective morality.
Atheists can theorise about HOW we know Murder is wrong(for example),BUT atheism provides NO OBJECTIVE STANDARD that establishes WHY Murder is wrong- UNLESS THEY STEAL FROM GOD!!

billpuntonsghost, Iron-Bru 17 Comments [4/16/2017 4:58:18 PM]
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Quote# 70796

Once again giving lie to the leftist talking point that "No one is pro-abortion," Planned Parenthood is publishing abortion-themed Valentine's Day cards. Because nothing says "love" like murdering the child that results from unprotected sex.

The cards feature a large heart on a white background with the message, "I love pro-choice doctors" and a link to the pro-abortion group's web site.

The cards are designed to be sent to abortionists, to thank them for making it possible for people to have unprotected recreational sex without consequences; which is the most important progressive value.

Gregory of Yardale, Moonbattery 44 Comments [2/21/2010 12:14:11 AM]
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Quote# 74512

It is disturbing to me that Gay Organization feel that all people should be excepting of their life style or comfortable around them. Just because they have chosen a gay life style doesn’t make it right or acceptable by everyone.

Does this mean men will be walking around switching engendering a feeling that the American Military is weak?

Here a question for Americans in favor of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, where in the constitution does it reads gay marriage is constitutional?

They would have never fathom that we are having this conflict and definitely gay marriage or a gay life style would have never been tolerated back then.

What one does in the privacy of their home is their business, SO, STOP PUSHING YOUR DISTORTED LIFE GAY STYLE DOWN OUR THROATS.


THIS COUNRTY HAS AWAYS BEEN STEEPED IN SPRITUAL FAITH NOT PERVERTION. I can’t be openly heterosexual at my work place.

We have gotten to the point where you can’t tell men from women

What if your child, say a girl goes out on a date with what she think is the opposite sex and it turns out to be a girl dressed like a boy…………

darkshaft, ABC News  73 Comments [7/19/2010 1:25:50 PM]
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Quote# 91194

Of course bisexuals are worse. Homos dont have a choice. They are born that way. They have 0 attraction for the opposite sex so its still OK for them and I hope GOD forgives them because they were born that way.They are in a helpless state. But Bisexuals always have the freedom to make the conscious and right choice of following GOD's orders and be straight, they can easily be with the opposite sex and lead a healthy virtuous life . Yet they would still tempt GOD and follow their perverse attraction towards the same sex.

JamesTiberius, Stormfront 41 Comments [12/7/2012 7:29:16 AM]
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Quote# 98820

Most of the people in this world are championing the gay lifestyle like never before. Where were all the gays 50 years ago? I am sure there were not hoards (like there are today) of gays in the closet during that time so I just can't grasp the high number of gays that are coming out and love being so in our faces.

I am beginning to wonder if this is more of a liberal agenda (they love keeping God in His place) than there are actual true homosexuals.

My goodness, so many are jumping on the bandwagon in their middle years and older after a couple marriages and children. Huh?

HugsFromJesus, Rapture Ready 39 Comments [1/18/2014 4:10:33 AM]
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Quote# 10301

The sun and the moon came into being at the same time. Of course, those of us who read the Bible already knew that. Why is it that science is just now learning it? I wonder...

Nutrider99, Free Conservatives 13 Comments [3/22/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 37331

Yes, you are certainly showing your lack of knowledge.

Studies have shown that condoms fail in approx. 20 to 35% of the time due to pinprick holes, etc.

Condoms cannot prevent a virus from passing through.

Old_Trapper, Liberty News Forum 36 Comments [4/7/2008 11:47:58 AM]
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Quote# 3254

You sound stupid, 90 % of the worlds population believe in a God of some form. How can so many be so wrong.

Nasa, CreationTalk 21 Comments [6/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 105319

I am amazed by the number of liberals who understand how the natural environment is interconnected and that all events have innumerable repercussions, most of them impossible to predict, and who appear completely unable to understand that the same principles apply to the social environment. If the social environment is radically altered, as it will be with the acceptance of the idea that homosexuality is equal to heterosexuality, widespread and fundamental changes with unpredictable repercussions will follow, yet so many rush heedlessly ahead. As with emitting CO2 in the natural environment, often the act that will radically alter the environment appears harmless at first glance. But unlike the situation with CO2, no one in academia, Hollywood, or mainstream journalism will alert the public of the dangers, lest they be blackballed. 

Since humans evolved in small groups, the construction of large, self-sustaining societies that provided well for the welfare of the members has been difficult and has quite often led to failure. Any large society we construct will likely be quite fragile, like a house of cards. The adoption of same-sex marriage throughout a society would be akin to simultaneously pulling out a great many cards in this fragile structure. 
One of the key elements in this fragile structure is the duty to protect or care for other members of the society. This obligation originates with the duty that all men have had historically to protect all women in the society and the corresponding duty of women to nurture all men. This has always made men feel obligated to and connected to all the women in the society and the women to the men. Reducing traditional gender roles has eroded the strength of this feeling of duty, but it can still persist as long as men feel an attraction to women and women to men. However, with equating homosexuality with heterosexuality, the universality of opposite sex attraction is eliminated, this duty vanishes, and the society is atomized. 

Liberals often claim that preferences for gender roles and heterosexuality are socially constructed, when it appears clear that biological differences developed from millions of years of evolution across the great majority of species explain the gender roles and the predominance of heterosexuality, while the beliefs that the genders are the same and that homosexuality is the equal of heterosexuality are completely socially constructed, in a somewhat Orwellian fashion. This Orwellian crusade resembles the efforts of alchemists of a bygone era who tried to alter what they did not understand. These modern crusaders will likely be about as successful as alchemists, but with far more tragic consequences. This crusade also brings to mind Mao’s Cultural Revolution, where people were deemed to be equal in ability and suitability to tasks regardless of their actual situation, and retribution was swift toward anyone who questioned this.

Given that lesbianism is rising rapidly among the lower socioeconomic classes, it’s probable that life will soon become hellish for most non-elite men, who will be lonely and lost, and that the middle class will disappear among a rising tide of violence, crime, poverty, and homelessness. This will terminate the social contract for young men, as they will no longer be assured of love, marriage, and children even if they work hard and follow all the rules, and many of them are likely to feel isolated and become alienated. I wouldn’t be surprised if a great many become antisocial and even violent, and I suspect that more than a few will go on shooting sprees. 

Political/legal systems are mostly arbitrary, while the laws of nature are not, implying that a political system delegitimizes itself, not nature, when it arbitrarily imposes an unhealthy and unnatural form of equality.

John, Yahoo News 35 Comments [12/17/2014 4:32:46 AM]
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Quote# 21326

Brother, you can't use an excuse like that. It's like saying "show me where in the Bible it says I shouldn't beat my wife". It doesn't! But their are principles there that tell me I shouldn't. It says to "Love your wife". A loving man will not beat his wife. However, someone, who beat their wife, might defend themselves by saying "It's not in the Bible".

And to further illustrate, another thing which people often defend, because it is not in the Bible, is "loving" themselves. I won't mention what I actually mean, and love has nothing to do with it. Anyway, the Bible doesn't say "Don't do that!" directly, but it tells us to flee youthful lusts etc. I am sure most young men (and young women too, and probably older men and women) struggle with this, but there are many who DEFEND this position, claiming the Bible is silent on it, so it must be okay.

Now Chris, I am NOT comparing beating up wives and the other thing, to Rock Music (although a link would probably appear if you took a huge survey of wifebeaters and the music they liked).

Lukasaurus, King James Bible Only 23 Comments [2/28/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 7813

The only "lying demogogues" in this legal case are the UC admissions officers who want to impose neo-Darwinist race theories upon certain Christian students who wish to pursue a carreer in such scientific disciplines as physics, chemistry, biology and medicine.

jcrawford, Debating Christianity 8 Comments [9/7/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 120805

He reportedly tied up the eight staff members who were on duty at that time and then went on a rampage, stabbing 45 patients as they lay in their beds. The dead include 10 men and nine women ranging in age between 19 and 70. Among the 26 injured, 20 are said to have serious injuries, including deep stab wounds to the neck, and were being treated at local hospitals.

After the attack, Uematsu drove himself to the local police station, where he turned himself in. “I did it,” he told police. "It's better that disabled people disappear," he continued. He had three knives with him, at least one covered in blood, and tie cables in his car. He was immediately arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and unlawful entry to a building.

A message posted on a Twitter account after the attack — apparently belonging to the suspect — showed a photo of a smiling man with dyed blond hair, who was wearing a suit. "Wishing for world peace. beautiful Japan!!!!!!," the tweet read. Local reports said the man who carried out the attack had dyed blond hair.
The attack has left this rural area in shock, but was apparently not entirely without warning.

In February, Uematsu took a letter to the speaker of the House of Representatives in which he threatened to carry out the attack.
"I will carry out a massacre without harming the staff," Uematsu wrote in the letter, according to Kyodo News, which published a photo of the letter. "I will kill 470 disabled people. My goal is to euthanize, with their guardians' consent, seriously disabled people if they can't live at home or be active in society," he wrote, referring to the center by name. "I will carry it out at night time, when there are fewer staff on duty," he wrote.

NHK, the public broadcaster, added that Uematsu had also told his colleagues in February that seriously disabled people had no use for life and should be euthanized, leading them to call the police.

Satoshi Uematsu, Washington Post 17 Comments [7/28/2016 6:24:52 PM]
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Quote# 24436

(On Landoverbaptist.org)

I must admit, their spiel about why Jesus is cooler than an Xbox 360 (e.g. "Can the Xbox 360 effortlessly fling a 50-ton slab of granite off the entrance to a cave?") was kind of amusing because it was true (and it actually answered a conflict I was having about whether or not to buy a 360, as my friends were pressuring me to do).

mothcorrupteth, Christian Forums 27 Comments [4/30/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 41879

When I was in 3rd grade. No one play with me cause I was new kid in the school. I'd just happen to look up towards the woods. I saw a big shadow. First I rub my eyes not just once but twice. Then Just making sure I'd look around at the other kids shadows to made sure. The big shadow was high has the woods. It's spoke to my heart and it said, "Don't be afraid. God sent me to comfort you and remind you that he's always be with you."
When I first stay it. My body from chest down was froze stiff and after I check my around.
Then I felt like my spirit left me to knee down that when the Angel said that stuff.

When I found out that my mom pray to God that night before to send angels comfort me. That was the icey on the cake.

I hope that would explained it.

LoneWolf1984, deviantART 69 Comments [6/27/2008 5:53:04 AM]
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Quote# 83787

The Master's School, a K-12 Christian school in West Simsbury, Connecticut, issued " a not thinly veiled threat" to soon-to-be senior Rachel Aviles to withdraw rather than be expelled after learning she was a lesbian, FOX CT reports:

Masters This was to be her senior year and a former coach says she would have been up for all kinds of awards. But last spring she went on a class trip where several students, Aviles among them, pretended to be married. They made "wifey" phone calls to one another. They held hands — not unusual among same-sex friends at Master's, Aviles said.

"Looking back, it was kind of stupid," said Aviles, of Hartford. "But it was harmless."

Word got back to the administration, and the students were called in and questioned about their sexual orientation. When it was her turn, Aviles told administrators that she is a lesbian. Her friends knew. Teachers didn't.

Aviles said the school then urged her to withdraw rather than be expelled.

Aviles' former coach Heather Lodovico discussed the incident:

"She texted me and said something like 'They kicked me out,' and I made a joke, 'What, are you pregnant?' and she said, 'No, worse. I'm gay,'" said Lodovico.

The coach said she immediately got on the phone to see if the decision could be reversed, but no.

The school's headmaster refuses to discuss Aviles' dismissal, citing privacy concerns.

The Master's School, Towleroad 63 Comments [9/14/2011 3:39:44 AM]
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Quote# 7858

['I just prayed this prayer aloud, as we, too, have encountered evil and demonic forces within our home, continually.']

Continually, you say? Forgive me for asking, but, have you checked to see if there is anything in your house that may be of interest to them? NOT that you have something in your house "intentionally" but sometimes we are unaware of things in our houses that could be causing this kind of problems.

I had to throw away a few things I had because I thought were a problem.

Maria, Rapture Ready 8 Comments [9/14/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 51581

I am just heart broken. May God have mercy on this country. The first thing my daughter asked me on the phone right after Obamanation won was…”Where do you want to move to?” I don’t think she was kidding either! I tell you…this country is headed for hell…very fast.

Has anyone stopped to think at the number of babies that will be murdered now? How many “gays”…and I use that term loosely…they are NOT happy people…are going to just take over this country?! It’s going to be Sodom and Gomorrah all over again! It makes me SICK to think about it.

Please Jesus…, come quickly.

AbidingHope, RR 39 Comments [11/8/2008 7:16:33 PM]
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Quote# 7200

Yes I am offended that our government seems to accomodate pagans so much ... but ... they are here among us ... ripe for evangelism. Why else would God allow a bunch of pagans here, if we aren't supposed to witness to them?

toddlemom, Rapture Ready 10 Comments [5/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 82980

[Jeffs was speaking in court, where he is representing himself against charges of sexual assault].

"I, the Lord God of heaven, ask the courts to cease the prosecution of my holy ways," Jeffs said. "There will be a judgment against all those who prosecute the church. ... I shall let all people know of your unjust ways. I will bring sickness and death. Let this cease."

[Judge] Walther then told him that "if you call for the jury's destruction" while the jury -- who will decide if Jeffs is guilty on two counts of sexual assault on a child -- is present, "you will be removed from the courtroom."

The defendant responded by saying, "I am not threatening. I am releasing a message."

Warren Jeffs, CNN 91 Comments [8/1/2011 4:50:58 PM]
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