Quote# 124941

A poll says that 1 in 4 say Obama’s may be, … and 1 in 8 says for sure, Obama’s…. the Antichrist.–

I’m revealing the Apocalypse which is that Obama’s the Antichrist. I’m Buddhist of the highest form of culture in the world Tibetan Tantric Buddhism. It’s right that I be Buddhist and not Christian because Jesus himself said no Christians would be saved in the end times and so he would return for the Second Coming but not as a Christian. He said “Don’t follow anyone coming in my name (aka “as a Christian”) in the Apocalypse.” My message is right because I reveal that in my faith’s Apocalypse prophecy of Kalachakra it says the Antichrist will have all the precise features of Barack Hussein Obama!

Born in the USA to US-Norwegian parents and we moved to France when I was 7. Schooled in French, I studied Tibetan language and culture (Paris University). I did an eight-month meditation-retreat upon the deity Naljorma. Then 28 years of post-university research upon the Tibetan Apocalypse deity Kalachakra. My life turned around when I realized that 666 was drawn in the lottery of Obama’s hometown the next day after his election which makes him the most probable candidate for Antichrist that history has ever seen and ever will see.

(I’m a 45-year religious Buddhist. The Christian Apocalypse is outside my field. But I am alone to reveal that Obama’s the Antichrist by relying upon the 666 omen found in Obama’s hometown’s Lottery.

Why am I nevertheless involved in the Christian Apocalypse? Because it’s linked to my own Buddhist Apocalypse prophecy Kalachakra and here is that reason: – so as also to explain away criticism from the forces who support Obama – here is the reason… I use the Christian word “Antichrist” because the Buddhist Apocalypse prophecy “Kalachakra” predicts the announced evil Demon-King Krinmati. The Buddhist Kalachakra will thus combat that partly Christian demon: Obama the Antichrist. Obama indeed, has a varied creed of all and many faiths which are all mixed together. The Kalachakra prophecy doesn’t predict the coming of the Messiah nor Jesus but the coming of the King of Shambhala, me, the World Saviour [from the Buddhist perspective].)

King Of Shambhala, Before It's News 54 Comments [2/26/2017 7:58:42 PM]
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Submitted By: Hu's On First

Quote# 141333

Scenario 1: The Feds have captured a man involved in an extremist militia group. Through surveillance they have determined he was/is involved in the planning of an upcoming terrorist attack. Specifically, an impending bomb attack in a populated area, like a shopping mall or high street - somewhere that will potentially cause hundreds of casualties. Authorities are sweeping all likely buildings, but with no concrete details it's unlikely to be successful. Under standard interrogation he reveals that the bomb has been planted and the clock is ticking - it will explode in about 12 hours, but refuses to divulge its location. What do you do?

Scenario 2: The CIA have picked up a leading terror suspect. He is suspected of stealing a nuclear device from the Ruskies and according to surveillance the CIA has firm reason to believe that he is currently shipping it to your country - you have 12 hours maximum before the ship reaches any destination in your country, figuring in loading and unloading times. Unfortunately they haven't picked up the name of the ship or its destination, and once again he'd refusing to talk. The authorities are on the lookout for suspicious activity around ports, but without more concrete details there's a good chance that the stolen nuke will slip through and cause potentially millions of casualties. He refuses to say anything. What do you do?

Scenario 3: A ruthless criminal gang have kidnapped your close loved ones - wife/mother/sister/daughter/husband/father/brother/son, delete as applicable. You receive note asking for a ransom of $1 million in 12 hours. The police tell you that in 100% of cases involving this particular gang, even if the ransom is delivered the captees are murdered anyway. Fortunately meticulous forensics performed on the ransom note - DNA and fingerprints - are already on the police radar and they pick up the suspect. They recognise him as one of the head-honchos of the gang who, if he doesn't know where your family are, at least knows where to find someone who does. He's the only lead you have, but isn't saying a word. What do you do?

All 3 scenarios, "I'd personally break out the thumbscrews and harsh methods right away."

These scenarios aren't real and don't happen. But if they did, I wouldn't hesitate. Of course it would be part of a more complex good cop/bad cop setup, but I'd prefer to be the bad cop.

In each of these cases you present some kind of assurance that the suspect has actual information that could be revealed. But only an idiot says "I know where the bomb is and I won't tell you" because he is inviting torture. Now if you have nothing but suspicion, you can't use torture, because that would make you evil. But if I do know someone has information that would save lives and might be revealed by torture, I have no reason to hesitate.

Tripolar, The Straight dope 9 Comments [11/24/2018 2:00:04 PM]
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Quote# 56253

This guy must have missed the recent studies that show churchgoers are generally more happy and enjoying thier lives more than non-churchgoers. And they have happier marriages and better sex lives. So, I think there is a false assumption somewhere within this message.

Here’s my slogan. Believe in God and go to church; you’ll get better sex.

Now that would sell.

RedSoxNation, hotair 65 Comments [1/13/2009 6:24:10 PM]
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Quote# 141318

Perfect Love casts out fear: well, you choose to worship some writings and I choose to worship God. So be it. I thought we were reaching some sense of accord but, no. I am absolutely staggered that you dismiss God's Holy Spirit so readily. Jesus specifically said, before He ascended back to the Father, that He was leaving His Holy Spirit to intercede for us. Why would you assume, when I pray to God, that I am communing with some fake evil spirit but when YOU pray, you are communing with the real thing? You assume that "my" Holy Spirit is a fake because He interprets in a way that you don't agree with or that doesn't accord with your interpretation of scripture. Please give me some credit for being genuinely on a journey to commune more closely with God.

sandinwindsor: As I asked you, how do you know you are following God's Holy Spirit, if it disagrees with scripture. Christ intercedes for us. The Holy Spirit's job is to teach us and He will not contradict scripture

Perfect Love casts out fear : God's Holy Spirit interprets scripture correctly and currently. If scripture is as obvious and as infallible as you claim, then why did God need to leave us with the Holy Spirit at all? Clearly, it was because we need a current voice in our lives, not just a set of ancient manuscripts that we often interpret incorrectly. As I have mentioned elsewhere, we are 2000 years down the line and STILL don't have a definitive translation of the Bible that we can all agree is authentic and correct. Why, then, be so arrogant to assume it can be read literally and adhered to slavishly when we actually have THE HOLY SPIRIT of God on hand 24/7?

sandinwindsor: but, as I keep telling you, if your "holy spirit" tells you different from scripture, it is not the Holy Spirit.
Secondly, scripture interprets scripture.
The voice in our lives comes from the Lord, and will not contradict scripture
Between the Dead Sea Scrolls and scripture today, there were 6 items that were seen ambiguously - and not on homosexuality
If your difficulty is in understanding scripture: www.biblehub.com They will give you twenty-five interpretations of the verse - not always different - and that is how one interprets scripture, not aside from, but with scripture.
it can be read authoritatively and literally because Christ used it and stated, :Scripture cannot be broken - displaying the authority and validity of scripture.
If your "holy spirit" is teaching you differently than scripture - it is a lie from the pit of Hell
Now, please tell me scripturally how God is not going to allow someone to go to Hell?

Perfect Love casts out fear: Just staggering that you seem to place so little value on the Holy Spirit yet so, so much on a book! But, hey, nothing I have said appears to resound with you. Your view of the trinity is really warped. In essence, you are saying I am possessed of an evil spirit which mimics the Holy Spirit and when I pray to God, it is the evil spirit which answers and not God. Not very nice of you at all. To state that, if someone cries out to God in prayer, they cannot rely on it actually being God that answers is beyond wicked. You have reduced Almighty God to a god. On that basis, our dialogue is at an end.

sandinwindsor: If your "holy spirit" tells you differently than scripture, yes, I would say you are playing with demons. Demons will disguise themselves as angels of light. - learn some scripture.
John 14:25 “These things I have spoken to you while I am still with you. 26 But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, he will teach you all things and bring to your remembrance all that I have said to you. " He will teach all that Christ taught - hence, He will not be granting new scripture.
Christ said, "It is finished".

sandinwindsor, Premier 5 Comments [11/24/2018 1:43:17 PM]
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Quote# 141302

Dear Dr. Peterson,

I'm writing to you not because I know exactly what you should do, but because I have studied the works of Lyndon LaRouche for over a decade, informally, and judge that he is a twentieth century thinker you ought to contend with. I am not ideologically possessed by this man and am not a member of his organization. Nevertheless, if economics is one thing you wish to learn more about, in a heavy intellectual and historical context, then allow me to lay out the case for LaRouche.

The platform for everything LaRouche says is the nature of man as literally being made imago viva Dei, or in the cognitive image of God. He has even said that the human mind is the only important thing in the universe. This quality of man's mind, namely the ability to compose creative hypotheses, test them, and if successful thereby discover (or rediscover) universal principles of morality and physics, is what divides man as by an abyss from all other known life forms. Indeed, if we discovered any life form with this ability other than man, we would be morally obligated to refer to them as “men” as well.

By this yardstick, LaRouche measures whether or not any given thinker contributes to this mission, the mission to liberate and advance man's cognitive capacities, or retards it. This includes specific societies and cultures, whether they represent the development of man (as the best tradition of the United States, including its initial, existential opposition to British imperialist “free trade” indicates) or whether it retards man (as imperialism, including Bolshevik imperialism, does generally).

LaRouche originated as a Quaker, fought in the Second World War, and later become a Marxist, eventually arriving at Hamiltonian economics. He has formerly called himself a Marxist, but just as he transcended Freud in his essay “Beyond Psychoanalysis” he also transcends Marxism. He eschews identity politics, execrates postmodernism, and is interested in government control of capital only in the sense used by John F. Kennedy's science-driver missions and infrastructure. His goal is not equality of outcome, but an increase in human power to exist in the universe, which naturally spills over into an increased consumption of resources by labor, including consumption of luxury goods. He wants every person to have the opportunity to develop their powers of intellect.

Because he opposes the British empire's continued influence on world politics, including the geopolitics of control regarding Asia (whether Russia, China, India, or the Near East), and he opposes the reckless "casino capitalism" of London and Wall Street (sitting on top of the $700 trillion derivatives bubble), and he has made some odd comments on a variety of groups and subjects (whether the Beatles having no (classical) musical talent or the rural Chinese being (culturally) bestialized, etc.), which raises the hackles of the formerly-mainstream media, he has suffered an almost total media blackout accompanied by a wall of slander, punched increasingly through by the Internet.

His economics, then, are Hamiltonian, the idea of sovereign government credit being used to finance infrastructure projects (such as the Chinese New Silk Road initiative which his wife Helga Zepp-LaRouche has boosted for decades), in order to increase man's survival power and enrich the economy. No railroads, no modern America after all.
His morality revolves around the ability of classical art, such as Prometheus Bound and Macbeth, to improve the loving self-consciousness of the audiences, rather than drive animalistic ruts of mere sense-pleasure through the byways of the mind.

He was asked once “Are you ever wrong?” and he replied (paraphrasing), “No. I make errors, but on the core of what I'm talking about I'm not wrong.” When asked “What should I do?” he has said, “I'm not going to tell you what to do, that's up to you.” And, on the subject of the present cultural and economic crisis, he has said, “Fight for truth” which is his ultimate good, as it relates to defending the human mind.

In short, this man gave me the ability to think in terms of principles, rather than floundering in a sea of facts. I realize you are the top of your game and I am a relatively ignorant fan of yours, and I am not a master of economics able to fill LaRouche's shoes (not just yet, anyway), nevertheless if you ever wonder from your 100-foot wave, “Where can I go from here?” Lyndon LaRouche is a way to up your game, and stay usefully controversial. He is the Mission to Mars, he is the World Land Bridge, he is Fusion Energy . . . he is the Jor-El of our planet. Do we repeat the same mistake as Krypton?

That's my recommendation for you to learn economics. Dig past the landfill worth of slander, around the land-mine of "used to be a Marxist" and get at the stratum of futuristic classical humanism underneath.

Thanks for your time. With all respect, P.T. O'Talryn.

PTOTalryn, r/JordanPeterson 8 Comments [11/22/2018 11:36:08 AM]
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Quote# 55707

All of which does absolutely nothing to argue against the possibility that Creation occurred and natural selection has had a minor effect on species afterward.

Science CANNOT prove that creation never happened, and it never will. The reason this is true is very simple and irrefutable: you cannot observe it.

Assume for a second God is capable of creating something. If he can create something from nothing, then he can create that something in ANY INITIAL CONDITION. Given that fact, he could have created a universe in partially expanded condition which appears to originate with the Big Bang. He could have created fossils within his created planet earth which appear to have aged millions of years (all he had to do was add the right ratio of carbon isotopes). If he could create, then it is logical to assume he considered initial condition of his creation.

To assert with any certainty that creation could not have happened is to display your ignorance, because you simply cannot know this.

To say you do not believe it happened, and you instead choose to believe scientific data which SUGGESTS something else, is perfectly valid and logical. That does not make it fact.

Keep your minds open people (and not just the one type of 'open' that really means closed to anything but liberal propaganda).

lordmorgul, wired 59 Comments [1/11/2009 12:44:08 PM]
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Quote# 56034

There is such a mess of counterfeits out there, and I was getting swayed -- and I know the Word! The allure is so strong in the spirit of this age, especially evident in higher education, even sadly so called "Christian" education. As far as my experience goes, I just graduated with my masters at a purportedly Christian university, well, it is anything but that, at least in its graduate programs. I had to FIGHT for my faith throughout: against Post Modernism, against acceptance of homosexuality as a valid, 'loving' lifestyle, against moral relativism... I had to FIGHT for my right to hold to God's Word as the final and ultimate TRUTH.

I had "Christian" professors ARGUING with me in my papers that I should refer to God's truth, his Word w/ a little t for 'my own truth,' not a big capital T for ultimate Truth because that was "so exclusive"! I fought back. I said, "God's Word IS ultimate TRUTH!" Ugh! If this had been the state university I would have expected it, but not from a 'Christian' University. It really blind-sided me and stressed me out for three years while in that program. I felt very alone there as a Bible believing Christian. I could have saved myself a lot of money and heartache had I gone to state!

My husband and I have been reading The Shack over the past two weeks and I have shared with him why portions trouble me so much, "And it sounds just like what I was hearing in that crazy Episcopal church and at school! And here are Scriptures which refute this... where is this author going?!"

I haven't finished it, but in the part where it subtly suggests that Buddhists and Muslims are His kids and believers -- and the part where "Jesus" is saying, "I'm not a Christian either" -- I was like NO WAY! Feeling really irritated and deeply grieved. This is the kind of craziness I just escaped from! So your critique of The Shack in light of God's Word and comparing it to the blasphemous New Age Course in Miracles was very helpful.

I am deeply grieved that so many Christians, including pastors, just do not get the gravity of how misleading and dangerous The Shack is! I had a pastor and a couple of Scripturally grounded Christian friends tell me, "Well it's not meant to be a theology book, it's a novel, it's fiction." And I said, "He talks about theology throughout. He is answering a lot of theological questions, not w/ Scripture but w/ New Age ideas, so it IS a theology book. Besides, story is powerful, that's why Jesus spoke in parables." Lord, please wake your people up, get them back into your word, and come quickly--deliver us from this evil age.

A Christian Reader, Kjos Ministries 35 Comments [1/11/2009 4:51:47 PM]
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Submitted By: The Lazy One

Quote# 56139

Pagan worship is a signature trait of Atheist devotees. Some worship trees or their crotch. Others worship molecules, like CO2 or CFCs. Their "ozone-hole" mantra was federally enforced, damaging both A/C efficiency & air quality. Ayatollah Albert Arnold "Celcius" Gore, Jr. prophesizes an armageddon by angry thermometer gods lest we criminalize capitalism -- the engine that powers humanity.

Atheism is just a fascist religion; akin to Islam.

TylerNull, Youtube 91 Comments [1/12/2009 2:25:18 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 56583

God does NOT permit sexy clothes in public or stripping! God does NOT approve of a sleazy whorish woman like Beyonce deliberately causing lasciviousness in the hearts of others. Beyonce is NO Christian. She is Satanic, serving the Devil! The only acceptable thing to God is the MARRIAGE, "Marriage is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge." Beyonce is causing tens-of-millions of men to commit adultery with her in their sinful hearts, and she is making it happen by her whorish attire and stripping. She is making it happens by her whorish gestures, sensuality, and gyrations. Beyonce is a fool for having the arrogant audacity to blame God for her wickedness. It is shameful! She is sinfully proud. Beyonce has blasphemed God to even suggest that God would permit lasciviousness, lust, immodest clothing, stripping, and public nudity. This is just another clear indicator of the apostasy in America! As a nation, we have forsaken God.

David J. Stewart, Jesus-Is-Savior.com 91 Comments [1/12/2009 2:20:22 PM]
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Quote# 141305

You may well have “already covered this” but that’s a far cry from you being correct.

It’s not me who “invented the division of law” because historically that is how the Mosaic Law has always been understood by theologians through the ages, including Augustine, Aquinas, the Reformers and the Puritans - they all believed that the Bible contains three types of law; the moral, the civil and the ceremonial - that the civil and ceremonial laws have been fulfilled in Christ but the moral law has not been done away with and is still binding to both believers and unbelievers. This notion that Christ replaced the Law with love became fashionable during the 1960s - the era of the ’Lurve Generation’ but it is erroneous.

Eating pork is not a moral issue, but lying, stealing, homosexuality, besti@lity etc. most certainly are, and much as you would like to blur the distinction between the various facets of the law as a cloak for immorality, you are deceiving yourself.

Raptor, Premier 14 Comments [11/22/2018 11:42:10 AM]
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Quote# 141309

Homosexuals are playing with fire. Homosexuality is known for spreading AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome). AIDS didn't exist until the early 1980's, and it began with the homosexual community in New York City. Curse from God? You decide!

One fact is sure—homosexuality and AIDS are synonymous!!! Legendary lead singer, Freddie Mercury, of the rock band Queen, died at age 45 from AIDS. He reportedly had homosexual lovers all over the world. Tragically, he is now burning in Hell, as is Zoroaster, the false prophet he followed.

Homosexuality is a lot more common nowadays that you might think and lesbianism seems to be leading the way in popularity. Pornography and lesbianism are synonymous. Got AIDS yet?

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Savior 12 Comments [11/24/2018 1:26:51 PM]
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Quote# 141335

(=Response to the Orlando Massacre=)

Jayne Ozanne: Please could flag at Lambeth be flown at half mast (like others are doing) in response to the Orlando massacre?

Martin Yirrell: Why? What's special about Orlando? Jesus' words apply "but unless you repent, you will all likewise perish"

Jayne Ozanne: The worst mass shooting of God's precious children in USA deserves respect & reflection - I am horrified by your post

Martin Yirrell: You are horrified by Jesus' words? And are they God's children? Isn't that the point?
That means that we should be careful how we judge and judge rightly. Homosexuality clearly results in condemnation.
Yes, God is in control, but how do we choose those who are to be elders if we do not judge. 1 Timothy 3.
Read it again, slowly and thoughtfully. You're wrong.

Martin Yirrell, Twitter 7 Comments [11/24/2018 2:03:46 PM]
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Quote# 141339

(=Regarding women teaching religion=)

Martin Yirrell: Clearly you don't read your Bible.

Sally Barnes: Daily in fact!

Martin Yirrell: So have you read this?
*Image of I Timothy: 2-12*

Sally Barnes: May I suggest instead of taking one biblical verse to reinforce your views on women you read the Gospels & note Jesus's interraction with women & also his parables. Then Romans and note Pauls gratitude to the many women who supported and TAUGHT him.

Martin Yirrell: But Jesus nowhere appointed women to positions of authority and Paul bases his argument on Creation and the Fall.
You do believe God created in six days, as He says, and that Man fell? That's basic Christian doctrine.

Martin Yirrell, Twitter 5 Comments [11/24/2018 2:09:50 PM]
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Quote# 141357

Today's Laugh 11-16-18

Title: "New Kids in the House"
Picture: (Presumably) Nancy Pelosi being burned at the stake.
Assorted crowd member chants:
"Death to Israel!"
"Free climate change..uh...free everything!"
"White men are the problem."
"Down with America!"

(Presumably) Nancy: "Now, children - we have a country to destroy, elections to rig. Our puppet media needs its orders."

Episode: Hellspawn.
Nancy's fate in eternity won't come as such a surprise after this.

Mick Williams, Disqus - Faith & Religion 16 Comments [11/25/2018 1:25:16 PM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 128128

Weather patterns are often predicated on whether the people doing the right thing or the wrong thing. And if people sin against God, then you get floods, and you get storms, you get lightning, you get all your crops get destroyed, you get all sorts of things.

David Barton, Wallbuilders 21 Comments [6/14/2017 1:59:56 PM]
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Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 110253

If it is your opinion that Eve had NO knowledge of good or evil whatsoever, then why does the next few verses say:

Genesis 3:6
6 When the woman saw that the fruit of the tree was good for food and pleasing to the eye, and also desirable for gaining wisdom, she took some and ate it.

Eve knew:

1. the tree was "GOOD for food"
2. GOOD to look at ("pleasing to the eye")
3. GOOD for gaining knowledge ("desirable for gaining wisdom").

Clearly, there are at least three ways that Eve knew that something was "good"; thus, we can see that she did have some basic understanding of "good" and "evil" and from this alone she should have been able to grasp that disobeying God was NOT good - especially in light of His warning that they would die if they ate of that tree.

This is just another attempt to make God a moral monster by blaming Him for our human failings.

Randy Carson, AtheistForums.org 16 Comments [6/30/2015 2:35:07 AM]
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Submitted By: Stimbo

Quote# 141334

Guardian smears Christian’s online testimony

Emily Thomes's uplifting testimony was branded 'conversion therapy' by The Guardian.
The Guardian has denied the transformative effect of salvation by labelling a woman’s moving testimony: “conversion therapy”.

Emily Thomes appeared in a video made by Christian media group Anchored North, who describe themselves as “next generation evangelists, using media and evangelism to reach the lost with the gospel”.

Her video is entitled “Love is love” – a popular slogan among gay rights activists – but her story is one of becoming a Christian, rather than living as a gay woman.

God’s love
Emily grew up in Texas, where she engaged in a “wild”, promiscuous lesbian lifestyle, eventually becoming engaged to a single mother.

In 2014 she joined a bible study, intending to leave at the first mention of her ‘lifestyle’, but instead found herself confronted by her own sin.

“It’s not gay to straight, it’s lost to saved”

Emily Thomes
She became a Christian and turned from her homosexual practices and now shares her testimony to help others.

‘Anti-gay message’
The video has received over two million views on Facebook, but The Guardian attacked the message of gracious, heavenly love, because it sent an ‘anti-gay message’.

The newspaper said Anchored North’s videos amounted to conversion therapy, which the group rejected, saying instead: “What we’re saying is God changes the heart”.

Greg Sukert, co-founder of the website, added that Emily had received abuse and even death threats for her courageous decision to speak out.

The Guardian highlighted that conversion therapy is banned in parts of the US, and spoke to pro-LGBT minister-in-training Deb Cuny, who likened the video to her own experience of “conversion therapy classes”.

She said she wanted to “expose all the different subtle practices of the church that don’t have the label of conversion therapy, but clearly are”, claiming that “Any attempt to change someone’s sexual or gender identity, even through something as subtle as prayer, is conversion therapy.”

But in her video, Emily said: “It’s not gay to straight, it’s lost to saved. God calls us not to heterosexuality but to holiness.

“Even though the world would paint a totally different story of what sexuality is and isn’t, God’s word is clear, and he can save and he does and he will.”

Emily Thomes, Christian.org 6 Comments [11/24/2018 2:02:36 PM]
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Quote# 141291

The Bible teaches in 1st Timothy 6:8 that we ought to be content with having just food and clothing. This is not a very popular teaching nowadays in America's materialistic society. There have been numerous songs, videos, and children's toy commercials lately featuring the selfish phrase, “I want it all.” The average American child is a spoiled brat nowadays, arrogant, defiant, and brainwashed to hate Christianity in a hateful and ingrate society that loves sin.

If you really stop and think about all the things we pay for in America, we don't need most of them. The definition of “greed” is “the desire to acquire or possess more than one needs or deserves.” We all deserve to burn in Hell; but McDonalds thinks you deserve a break today. People don't need a TV, nor do they need a cellphone, nor do they need a new car, nor do they need all the electronic toys on the market today. What you do need is a King James Bible.

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Precious 23 Comments [11/20/2018 12:47:17 PM]
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Quote# 141296

f000k CA. Let it burn, let all the leftists burn in hell. That is the Christian way

daibon Ten, Breitbart 15 Comments [11/20/2018 12:54:10 PM]
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Quote# 141338

saeed chughtai: I am not sure if most people commenting here know that muslims believe in Jesus (not the son of God). His name is mentioned in quran 25 times as a great messanger of God, same as Mohammad.

Martin Yirrell: If you don't accept that He is God you don't believe in Him.

saeed chughtai; True, not as per your belief, but Muslims revere him, Millions of muslims have their names as eisa (jesus), Muslims do not insult him like some other faiths insults Mohammad.

Martin Yirrell: It is insufficient to revere Him, He must be worshipped as God. To not accept that is to insult Him.

((((Julian Bond)))): It's not an insult

Martin Yirrell: To deny Christ's deity is to insult Him.

((((Julian Bond)))): No, it's not an insult

Martin Yirrell: You deny God His deity - it's an insult. Clearly you don't understand what you think you do.

((((Julian Bond)))): Feel free to explain

Martin Yirrell: I have, you don't seem to understand plain English.

((((Julian Bond)))): It wasn't plain

Martin Yirrell: Of course it's plain, you just don't want to accept it. Try honesty.

Martin Yirrell, Twitter 8 Comments [11/24/2018 2:06:44 PM]
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Quote# 141329

Those who aren't conservative Evangelicals mostly aren't Christians. You aren't a Christian. Jacqueline has every right to correct you, it's called witnessing.

Martin, Premier 12 Comments [11/24/2018 1:53:43 PM]
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Submitted By: CC

Quote# 141313

Alternate thought to Tides:

Does our Flat Earth Breathe with a fixed frequency?

Nikola Tesla 2.0, Twitter 7 Comments [11/24/2018 1:33:24 PM]
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Quote# 141315

Martin You keep ignoring what Jesus said so you can pretend sexual perversion is OK. Tell me, why, when He had the chance to enable all those homosexuals to have loving, monogamous marriages, did Jesus say nothing about homosexuals and marriage? Not once does either Jesus or the Bible say anything good about homosexuality.

Peter: He didn't say lots of things. This is because he didn't give a list of dos and donts. Rather he taught such a 'list of laws' approach to which you seem wedded is wrong.
Instead he taught moral principles. It took us 1500 years to realise how to apply them to slavery and 1900 on equality for women. So it's no surprise it's taken us this long to apply them to LGBT people. That doesn't make it Jesus fault for not mentioning it.

Martin: Funny that, He had opportunity to say that homosexuals should be allowed to marry and not be stoned, but He didn't say a thing. He didn't say that the Old Testament penalty for homosexuality was lifted, yet He did say that if someone slapped us we were not to retaliate. Clearly He wasn't worried about the feelings of the homosexual, if He did think they weren't sinners after all.
Slavery and the equality of women are nothing like the so-called LGBT people. They are addressed in the Bible, homosexuality is only condemned. There is not one place where homosexuality is mentioned with any sort of approval in the Bible.

Peter: There is nowhere where slavery is banned and nowhere where lending with interest is approved. Your reading of the bible leads to inverted morality the polar opposite of Jesus's

Martin: Your problem is that you expect the Bible to be a book of rules.

Martin, Premier 3 Comments [11/24/2018 1:40:34 PM]
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Quote# 141316

Christians should not condone homosexuality any more than they should condone adultery. The fact that a particular sin brings you great pleasure doesn't mean it's not a sin. Christianity is about getting rid of your sins, not celebrating them. The secular culture may accept excuses like "This feels good" or "This is who I am," but Christianity has a much higher standard. If you love your sin more than you love God, you are no Christian.

AustinRocks, Premier 7 Comments [11/24/2018 1:41:08 PM]
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Hindus all over Hindustan, get up and kick the anti-Hindus from office.
They are enemies of the finest religion of the world. If no one has the
courage to proclaim Hindustan Bharat Raj is Hindu Raj is Manow Raj,
the Sri Hanuman Seva Sena will do that before the election. Hindus take
your rights in your hands. Don’t be the victim of a perfect perverse anti-
Hindu Congress society. The politicians are cowards and cheaters. They
even can’t build the Sri Ram Ji Mandir in Bharat, the land of Hindus.
This is a message of Sri Hanuman Seva Sena.

Samarjit Prasad Ganesh, Hindu Existence 4 Comments [11/24/2018 1:48:07 PM]
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