Quote# 39747

["No, [insert deity here] is not going to punish the California judges who struck down the anti-same-sex marriage law."]

That's where you are wrong. God's laws are not open to interpretation by human judges, and the Bible states quite clearly that the sanctity of marriage must not be mocked or fouled by same-sex relationships. Those judges will face their own judgement when the time comes!

Jason, iThink 51 Comments [5/22/2008 2:56:34 PM]
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Quote# 89836

This article is really silly, especially the statement "Young-earth creationism is a sin"
The real sin is that many Christians have been intimidated by abmit but empty claims by evolutionists and have accepted Evolution as a scientific fact when in reality the scientific evidence supporting it is pathetic.
“Evolution” is a vague word. The main defintions in the text books are:

1) "change over time", this is silly as it is stating the flaming obvious.

2) Micro evolution is minor changes within a species, this is real and observable and uncontested.

3) Darwinian/Macro evolution (where the conflict is) which asserts that:

a) All living things had a common ancestor. This implies that your great….. great grandfather was a self replicating molecule.

b) The observable world has come into existence by totally natural, unguided processes and specifically WITHOUT the involvement of an intelligent designer.

The evolution battle is often MISrepresented as science against religion - this is baloney!
The real battle is between good science and Darwinism. When Darwinian/Macro evolution is scrutinised using the scientific method, it crumbles.

The scientific method demands: observation, measurement, repeatability. Darwinian/Macro evolution has none of these, all it has is circumstantial evidence which is open to interpretation. Ask yourself: What evidence is there that our great .... great grandfather was a self replicating molecule?

Dr John Sanford (Geneticist and inventor of the GeneGun) said .

“The bottom line is that the primary axiom [of Darwinian/Macro evolution] is categorically false, you can't create information with misspellings, not even if you use natural selection.”

theot58, Slacktivist 33 Comments [10/1/2012 1:36:33 AM]
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Quote# 1144

[On abiogenesis]

I'm stating lack of natural evidence makes an occurrence supernatural.

unworthyone, Christian Forums 10 Comments [10/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 45531

"Really, what do scientists have that Heartland Americans don’t? They have a fancy-pants degree that was approved by someone else with a fancy-pants degree, and the chain typically ends with a crooked politician that wants to advance his own heinous agenda. Scientists try to justify assault on religion by telling us that our grandparents were monkeys, our great-grandparents were clams, and our great-great grandparents were parameciums. It’s much easier to convince hard-working people to fund food stamps if they’re convinced that their ancestors were pond scum. It’s much easier for Stalin to murder his opponents if the population is convinced that we are drawn to a stupid ball of fire. It’s much easier for Democrats to justify murder of the unborn and Jews if the public is convinced of the relative concept of a ‘curvature of space’. It’s much easier for felons to avoid the death penalty if you convince the legal system that the world is a sphere."

Ixion/Bob Corker, Calvinists 4 Conservatism 68 Comments [8/20/2008 9:57:13 PM]
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Quote# 97750

Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh burst into a hostile rant Wednesday, accusing Democrats of turning women into “nothing but abortion machines.”

Limbaugh -- the man who once suggested deterring abortion by requiring that it be carried out with a gun -- was responding to a caller’s advice on combating “liberal propaganda” that paints Republicans as anti-women.

“Look at what they [Democrats] are doing to women with their policies: They’re demeaning them, they’re turning them into nothing but abortion machines,” Limbaugh said. “There's so much that we could be doing to just fight back, but the Republican Party, even if they had all the money in the world right now, doesn’t seem inclined to do any of this.”

Needless to say, this isn't Limbaugh's first slam of Democrats' stance on women's rights. In 2012, he called Georgetown Law School student Sandra Fluke a “slut” and a “prostitute” who wants “taxpayers to pay her to have sex” after she spoke out in defense of the Obama administration's rule requiring health insurance coverage of birth control.

Rush Limbaugh, The Huffington Post 27 Comments [11/20/2013 6:46:04 AM]
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Quote# 9741

Is it any wonder the Bible calls for the man to be the head of the woman within the Christian Family Concept? Women can easily be deceived. Only through the Christian Religion and the Christian Family Concept does any woman and her children have any protection.

clirus, Christian Forums 21 Comments [2/22/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 64083

NEW DELHI: Leaders of various religious groups on Thursday described as “shocking, deplorable and unfortunate” the recent Delhi High Court judgment that decriminalised homosexuality.

At a joint press conference, they said that in the wake of the judgment there were attempts by various quarters to encourage and popularise “unnatural” sexual behaviour and “perversion.” “Such unhealthy attempts are totally unacceptable in a country which has rich cultural and ethical traditions,” they said.

“It is an undeniable fact that unnatural sex undermines the family system, corrupts the social atmosphere, leads to moral degradation and is injurious to health. The attempt to popularise unnatural inclination in the name of democratic rights is totally misguided,” said a statement signed by Maulana Syed Jalaluddin Umari, president of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind; Shankaracharya Onkaranand; Father Dominic Emmanuel, spokesperson and Director Delhi Catholic Archdiocese; Acharya Lokesh Muni of Ahimsa Vishwa Bharati and Daljeet Singh of the Dharma Pracharak Committee of the Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee.

“It must be realised that the domain of individual rights cannot be extended to include unnatural tendencies and perversions. The individual rights, as is well-known, are not absolute but are subject to public order, morality and health. The social fabric cannot be permitted to be disrupted in the name of individual freedom,” they said.

Hindu, Jain, Muslim, Sikh, and Catholic Religious Leaders, The Hindu 39 Comments [7/19/2009 1:24:38 PM]
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Quote# 72741

[Regarding the recent decision by the Supreme Court to allow a cross-shaped war memorial to remain on Federal land in California]

They were right to make this decision. We are a christian nation, founded by christians, and most of our laws are based on laws from the bible and the ten commandments. the only people that seem to have a problem with this are either immigrants from other cultures or atheists. Here's a newsflash: THIS IS A CHRISTIAN COUNTRY, WE HAVE THE RIGHT TO OUR RELIGION AND YOU CAN'T TAKE IT AWAY. IF YOU WANT TO LIVE IN A COUNTRY WHERE OTHER CULTURES CAN JUST FORCE THEIR RELIGION ON YOU OR TAKE AWAY YOUR RIGHTS, MOVE BACK TO THE shiatHOLE YOU LIVED IN.

Not an Alt, Fark 62 Comments [5/6/2010 11:36:18 AM]
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Quote# 13429

Josef Stalin, Mao Tse-Dung, Adolph Hitler and Pol Pot are all tyrannical megalomaniacs who together killed more than 100 MILLION human beings in less than 50 years.
All have one thing in common besides breathing air:
They held EVOLUTION to be a fact.

Jibaro, Sean Hannity Discussion Forum 34 Comments [7/31/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 41302

You can trust me when I say that the current laws in California will be overturned. Those four Stalinist judges who were secretly appointed by the vicious ACLU will be out of office by next year. I am very sure of this.

1337_Vladimir, GameFAQs 41 Comments [6/20/2008 8:00:16 PM]
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Quote# 118814

You really are a plonker, science which seems to be your god the bits you choose tells us that this place the world will end some say it is going to be a little warm.
Now the God of the bible says hell will be warm and it is a place for you,not created for you,but rather for disobedient angels,nevertheless convenient for you.

That is the message,now you have told us more times then we can remember this is just plain daft.So we have the clock ticking each day you get closer to a never ending nothing or a meeting with the person you call a liar,killer fiend,so all you have to do is wait give it time and pray that God does not exist,pray also that nothing went bang

~ TW ~, Religion and Ethics 12 Comments [5/9/2016 2:59:34 AM]
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Quote# 128062

A Pakistani court has sentenced to death a man who allegedly committed blasphemy on Facebook, a prosecutor said, in the first such case involving social media.

The conviction of Taimoor Raza, 30, came after a high-profile crackdown against blasphemy on social media by the government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

Blasphemy is a highly sensitive topic in Muslim-majority Pakistan, where insulting the Prophet Muhammad is a capital crime for which dozens are sitting on death row. Even mere accusations are enough to spark mass uproar and mob justice.

Shafiq Qureshi, public prosecutor in Bahawalpur, south of provincial capital Lahore, said Raza was convicted for allegedly making derogatory remarks against Prophet Muhammad, his wives and companions.

"An anti-terrorism court of Bahawalpur has awarded him the death sentence," Qureshi told Reuters news agency, adding: "It is the first-ever death sentence in a case that involves social media."

It is rare for a counterterrorism court to hear blasphemy cases but Raza's trial fell under this category because his charge sheet included counterterrorism offences linked to hate speech.

Qureshi said Raza was arrested after playing blasphemous and hate speech material on his phone at a bus stop in Bahawalpur, where a counterterrorism officer arrested him and confiscated his phone.

The material obtained from the phone led to Raza's conviction, he added.

"The trial was conducted in Bahawapur jail in tight security," Qureshi said.

Qureshi added that Raza belongs to the minority Shia community and in court he accused of spreading "hate speech" against the Deobandi sect, which adheres to a strict school of Sunni Islam.

Several other violent incidents linked to blasphemy accusations have alarmed human rights groups and activists in recent months.

Police are currently investigating over 20 students and some faculty members in connection with the killing of Mashal Khan, a student who was beaten to death on April following a dorm debate about religion - an attack that shocked the country.

Since then, parliament has discussed adding safeguards to the blasphemy laws, a move seen as groundbreaking in Pakistan where political leaders have been assassinated for even discussing changes.

As Raza's blasphemy conviction was under the counterterrorism court, he will be able to appeal his sentence in the High Court and later in the Supreme Court.

There have been at least 71 people murdered in connection with blasphemy allegations in Pakistan since 1990, according to an Al Jazeera tally.

Pakistan, Al Jazeera 11 Comments [6/12/2017 7:47:13 PM]
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Quote# 3529

Why are these people so afraid to show what happened 2000 years ago? The Jews have to own up to some responsibility.

mamacags, Rapture Ready 21 Comments [8/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 51240

{Elizabeth Dole's new political ad. The woman is in a very tight race for her Senate reelection, and she is getting a bit desperate.}


Elizabeth Dole, YouTube 15 Comments [10/30/2008 9:37:03 PM]
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Quote# 20127

I want to focus on the prediction of Isaiah regarding what I posted...but just to throw a little biblical fact in....when Jesus was born it split time in half....this is historical fact....BCE/CE....can you argue with that as vague or some other thing you dismiss what is part of history based on biblical facts.....

flowerchild, carm 40 Comments [2/1/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 46853

I think [Jesus] wouldn't endorse gay marriage, wouldn't want higher taxes, wouldn't want illegal immigration, wouldn't want abortion on demand, wouldn't want the country to have a weak defense, wouldn't want Iranians to take over Iraq, wouldn't approve of socialism, and the list goes on.

antitox, Rapture Ready 44 Comments [9/7/2008 1:07:59 AM]
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Quote# 104442

Did you know? Bestiality is also forbidden in Leviticus!

I heard a lot from people trying to stomp on Christians when talking about homosexuality. For example, "If bet you don't wear mixed cloths or eat pork or shellfish!" Blah blah blah. Didn't you read the Bible? There are three categories of laws: moral, civil, ceremonial. It's pretty obvious which ones the examples (overused as they are) belong to. Thanks to the ultimate sacrifice, courtesy of Jesus Christ, the ceremonial laws were fulfilled. Due to the fall of Israel, the civil laws were over with. As a result, mixed clothes and food restrictions no longer apply. It's a good thing, too, because I love eating my bundles of shrimp!

Here's another example: "If you don't follow Leviticus anymore, then don't condemn homosexuality!" Moral laws still apply. There's nothing civil nor ceremonial about homosexuality prohibitions. Aside from the whole moral law thing, there are a few convenient laws our opponents forget, including the law against *gasp* bestiality! If we Christians need to stop condemning homosexuality, I suppose bestiality should be allowable? I mean, Leviticus is supposedly super outdated! As in, all laws apparently don't apply anymore! Well, go and bed an animal, because that's now a-okay!

~?~ with rolling eyes from a laughing eel

Crazy-Eel, deviantArt 43 Comments [11/1/2014 7:12:38 AM]
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Quote# 109303

India: Man beheaded in ritual sacrifice for a better harvest

The Indian police are investigating the death of a 55-year-old man beheaded in what is thought to be a ritual sacrifice intended to conjure up a better harvest.

The headless corpse of Thepa Kharia was found in his house in a remote village in the state of Jharkhand, eastern India.

Kharia's brother told police that a group of occultists, known as Orkas, decapitated the man after breaking in his house in order to carry out a sacrifice calling for more rain and better crop yields.

The Hindustan Times quoted Khana's brother as saying: "Orkas can be anyone, from farmers to tantriks. They bury the head in the field and expect that the sacrifice will yield good harvest for the community."

Ajay Kumar Thakur, the officer investigating the murder, told news agency AFP: "The family says the occultists killed him for the ritual. His head is still missing."

Human sacrifices widespread in rural areas

Human sacrifices occur in remote villages in India, where belief in occult is widespread.

A few days prior to Kharia's death, the decapitated body of Sanatan Bag, 5, was found in an apparent child sacrifice at a temple in Rangapara village, in the state of Assam. It is believed that the boy was killed by a suspected occultist who was then lynched by angry villagers.

In 2013, toddler Akash Singh was brutally killed by a group of people who believed the sacrifice of the child could give them a better life.

In the same year, a father axed his eight-month-old son to death after claiming that Kali, the "Goddess of time, change, and destruction" asked him to do so.

Rajkumar Chaurasia killed his son in front of a temple he had built in his house in Narain Purva village, Barabanki. When he was arrested, he told police he thought the sacrifice would bring joy to childless couples "who visited the Goddess Kali temple".

In 2011, seven-year-old Lalita Tati was killed by two farmers who sacrificed her in a ritual for better harvest. It is believed that the farmers later wrote a letter to Lalita's father in which they confessed their crime.

Orka occultists, International Business Times 14 Comments [6/5/2015 5:40:39 PM]
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Quote# 48442

As for evo professors, there are dozens of formal debates between them and creationist scientists on YouTube. In every one of them the creationist destroys the evo. Watch them all & see. I've done it twice myself. It's easy. All one must do is restrict thier discussion to science and not use assumption in their assertions & they stand with egg on their face and nothing to say while being laughed at by the audience. This is because evolutionism is purely assumption, presumption, and speculation.

NephilimFree, YouTube 44 Comments [9/23/2008 10:51:28 PM]
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Quote# 51943

Some of you may know I believe America will be destroyed as foretold in Isaiah 18. The chapter is not about Ethiopia, Cush or the land beyond its rivers. "Messengers" from that land go to another and destroy it. I believe the destroyed country is America. So if you think I'm crazy move on. Go to Revelation 6:8 says, "And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth." With 6.7 billion people in the world that number would be over 1,600,000,000 dead. Have you wondered where all the dead people come from?

OtherSideOfTheBoat, Rapture Ready 31 Comments [11/11/2008 4:43:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Cap'n Mel
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