Quote# 133448

[=Comment on "Would You Rather Have a Gay Child or a Dead Child ?"=]

"...parents asking their kids to change something inherent, something that son or daughter can’t change...." But that is the problematic issue, isn't it? the jury IS still out on whether it is a "born with..." issue. And yes, you can jump all over me, but an objective look at the studies cannot come to any other conclusion.

So, that being out of the way, the really important thing is how a deals with a child that is different. And by different I mean in any possible way. My child will always, no matter what the circumstances, be my child, and therefore loved by me. Even should my child turn out to be a a Bundy or a Dahmer. I will love.
But loving does not mean that I will support ar approve every kind of behavior. And that is where problems arise.

I believe the Bible clearly teaches that homosexual behavior is sin. I do not believe that homosexual behavior is acceptable to God when "two people really love each other..." We do not make that exception in any other relationship (Well, it's okay for a 25 yr old to have a sexual relation with a 13 year old. After all, they love each other). Or polygamous relationships. We do not accept the same excuse!

Unfortunately, homosexual behavior is in the spotlight (currently). The law in the US does not allow polygamous marriages, no matter how much the woman loves her three husbands. Biblically, we have the same condemnation. Whether we like it or not, we cannot invent reasons why God should (and would) allow relationships He has forbidden. Not once, not twice...

From a personal point of view, I do not have the right to change what God has written to fit my desires. And from a personal point of view, I would love my child - but will not accept or condone behavior which is not Biblical, be that sexual or any other kind of behavior. That is part of the price of our convictions. We may not be liked and may even be ridiculed or called names or lambasted on a public forum. But that, too, is part of the price of my convictions.


Rudy Schellekens, Patheos 9 Comments [10/26/2017 7:22:46 AM]
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Quote# 133349

You're forgetting the fact that it was prophesied that people will mock God in the final days before He returns to prove them all wrong. The root cause of the problem is that atheists, throughout the centuries, have sought to substantiate Atheism through many means, but were always unsuccesful until Darwin's theory came about. As Dawkins wrote on page 10 of the blind watchmaker: "Darwin made it possible to be an intellectually fulfilled atheist." The problem isn't creationism; sure, creationists help keep the divide alive, but the divide itself was created by those who oppose the existence of God. Creationists are simply those who are still fighting the good fight where truth of God matters more than abandoning it to conform to the majority opinion (of the deceived).

People have appealed to science to oppose religion for the longest time. Creationism, as a concept, has also been around for a very long time. In fact, even the concept of evolution is just an ancient pagan argument placed in a modern jacket. There are ancient writings from early Christians who refuted these exact ideas way back in their time. For example, Theophilus of Antioch already stated that those who believed that we come from the stars are fools.
It's true that many scientists were religious until the last century. That changed because of Darwinism and the philosophy of reason (Reason was deified before atheism could be sustained through Darwinism).

Nowaday it's considered to be bad for your career to be religious, because people judge you as gullible and stupid, and that is not the fault of creationists. In the eyes of many, any form of belief apart from materialism is superstition. So the root cause once more isn't the creationists. The real problem is the belief that every smart person should be above religious conviction. It has nothing to do with creationists. For example, people love Jordan Peterson, and most of his videos feature at least one top comment from a guy stating something along the lines of, "I love that he is so intelligent, but how does he not apply his immense wisdom to religion and reject it?", which already reveals the notion that many people have about religion being something that no smart person should engage in.

You've been deceived into thinking that science is objective. After all, how can science be objective if it is an attempt to confirm the preconceived notion of naturalism. Creationists should be honored; not blamed and insulted. If you want to engage me, then I can also point out why the pseudoscience that Creationists oppose is really far-fetched and merely an attempt to sustain scientific atheism. Evolution is a fairy tale. Creationists are simply blamed by other Christians who, in fulfillment of 2nd Timothy chapter 3, want to appease others because they've succumbed to social pressure.

JavidanOfTheWest, r/TrueChristian 11 Comments [10/23/2017 2:51:26 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133351

For me, it was hearing a talk by a creationist just after I'd graduated from university. He said something about how genetic information gets worse overtime with mutations. Somehow this made everything click. I feel that I'd known all of the pieces already and just needed someone to show me the whole picture. I knew that you can't have complex things arising by chance (and natural selection) from simpler things - that just doesn't work. I didn't know much about DNA at that point, but I did know that mutations were random things, not something intentional like editing a book to fix mistakes and make it better.

Mutations would mean that genetic diseases are increasing, and fit exactly with the idea that as one goes back in time the genome would be more and more perfect: just what Genesis says. God created Adam and Eve perfectly and because of their perfect genomes they lived a long time, even after sin and death entered the world. Everything fit and I could discard evolution. The Christian world view already explained life far better than any other one I'd encountered, and now it worked with our origins too (on a scientific basis). [Kind of coming back full circle since the Christian world view is one of the things that started science in the first place, although it's getting harder and harder to find people who say this due to the political correctness and revisionist history that our society embraces so much. What would be so bad about admitting that the Christian world view was a necessary prerequisite for science to be born?]

This "already knowing something, but not seeing it clearly" also happened to me about 5 years ago with pacifism. I knew all of the pieces, but I wasn't really sure about how wrong it would be to be in the military as a Christian, how wrong it would be to kill others to protect one's tribe/country/economic interests/freedom. I had some inklings and ideas, but it was a sermon that I heard about pacifism that put it all together with the nature and character of Jesus. Suddenly everything clicked and I saw the world in a new way -- but, on the other hand, I'd always known this, I already knew all the pieces, I just didn't see how they all worked together. It's a fascinating experience.

MRH2, r/Creation 10 Comments [10/23/2017 2:53:25 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133361

I sort of figured that single stall restrooms, with male/female signs, were the only way to go.

I also figured that the Loons calculated that most establishments would have to hire contractors to make more of the single stall rooms and thusly their friends in the contracting businesses would make money off this.

I always figure that whatever the Left demands, has to do with their side making money. THEY ARE the party of MONEY.

originalbuckeye, Free Republic 12 Comments [10/23/2017 2:56:44 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133369

Is Homosexuality a social issue a mental issue or a spiritual issue?perhaps all three..?

Update: BTW I am out of question space...will there be a witch hunt for homosexual deniers just as there is for e holocaust deniers..

A1, Yahoo! Answers 10 Comments [10/23/2017 2:59:34 PM]
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Submitted By: TheReasonator

Quote# 133373

No. God loves all is a HERESY. No where is it written or revealed in the New Covenant that God loves all. He ONLY loves His children.

Peter Hussey_yeo, Premier Christianity 18 Comments [10/23/2017 3:00:01 PM]
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Submitted By: Christopher

Quote# 133374

I sat back and , heard everyone’s stories and , I must say people do have very good stories to what this creature is , but being catholic and , I have the gift of warning it tells me one thing for sure it can only be a demond scarry but very true . Look at our world today rummors of wars , bad things are comming to play , and Jesus said that one day Luficer will be unleashed , but I do believe that it comming to be satan has demons comming from the sea one was seen by a person in Michigan , and they are all over . What do they want ? To warn people that Evil is spreading the Earth . I know before hand some non belivers will say that I , am crazy but this does not bother me . I have seen the picture on T.V. the web , and evil poors from it ? My question is why are they dying ? This is something that worries me . Time will have to sort out so I can see more or maybe in my dreams . One thing is for sure past beaneath the sea lies evil that no one should try to fool with no telling what would happen to us leave well along . The end is near but we have a lot of things that have to pass , but we will see things to come that will terify us to our souls . It will not get better only worst so we must pray and trust in our Lord everyday and every night and not let our guards down . Some may laugh but , when Noha took his family onto the Ark the peoplelaughed at them , and they did not live . I like to stand back and listen and see the whole picture before I say anything . The Montauk Monster people call is Ocubas one of many Demonds .They are leaving the sea and roaming the earth at night so becareful . The one in Michigan was sited alive the length of a lion no hair walks close to the ground and the skin was blue very ugly and was seen just before dusk and this was in the country . They are appearing and showing themselves , but my puzzle is why are they dying there is a reason and , I plan to figure it out . We all know it feeds off blood , nothing else . Grown men are afraid of there cows and other animals . Look at this demons forearms , skin , feet al most human like , but people can dream up whatever they like , but I know what this is . May God Help us though this times of whats to come . Amen

Melissa, Chief Disruption Officer 10 Comments [10/24/2017 4:23:56 AM]
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Submitted By: DiarrheaMan

Quote# 133446

octavia, you're lost in this Caucasian demon worshipping bullshit. black people are the original hebrew israelites, and Our GOD YHWH, AND YaHaWasHi is the creator of this entire universe and dionysus and Zeus are nothing more than either deity men or hybrid nefilim abominations to the true GOD, the GOD of Abraham Isaacs and Jacob. wake up negro, this world is for the hebrews, the true hebrews, not referring to the dick sucking homos the Ashkenazi wanna be jews that are nothing more than the bloodline of evil Cain via satan, on this earth in this present time. Christ only came for the lost sheep of the house of Isreal, aka the negros from the americas the true Native Americans in the Hispanic that are really of negro decent. we were Never Africans, that's another throw off in the Devils trickery that he manipulates thru the pale no melanin race. black bitch wake the fuck up!!!!!?



a MightyAdvisor of da Hebrews, Youtube 4 Comments [10/26/2017 7:22:30 AM]
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Submitted By: FSM

Quote# 133447

+Petter Gustafsson blacks are the hebrew israelites, the true descendants of Adam, noah, abraham, the prophets of the bible,the lineage of Christ. Christ was from the tribe of Judah and is 100% negro, I can show and prove everything to you over and over throughout the Bible, but u demon worshippers worship demons, lol... even Paul was a negro from tribe of Benjamin and he was speaking to the hebrews aka blacks that had been scattered into the Caucasian lands... Christ is 100% a negro and not a fucking Caucasian, and we ate the promised people of the bible and the only true GOD YHWH fights for us.... u lil dick white fevils, your tike yiur reign your heaven, is Over!?



a MightyAdvisor of da Hebrews, Youtube 3 Comments [10/26/2017 7:22:33 AM]
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Submitted By: FSM

Quote# 133451

Women’s rights activists have called for protests after a Portuguese appeal court upheld a light sentence for two men who attacked a woman with a nail-spiked club, on the grounds they may have been driven to it by her adultery – an offence punishable with death in the Bible.

Judges Neto de Moura and Maria Luisa Arantes rejected the prosecutors’ appeal to toughen the suspended sentence and fine, saying the “depressive state” of the two defendants – the woman’s former husband and her former lover – was a mitigating factor.

“We read in the Bible that an adulteress should be punished with death,” the judges in the Porto court of appeal wrote. They also referenced the “symbolic sentences” given to men who murdered adulterous wives in the late 19th century in Portugal.

“These references are merely intended to stress that the society has always strongly condemned adultery by a woman and therefore sees the violence by a betrayed, humiliated man with some understanding,” they wrote in their 11 October verdict.

Neto de Moura and Maria Luisa Arantes, The Guardian 3 Comments [10/27/2017 5:04:41 AM]
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Submitted By: Yossarian Lives

Quote# 133449

The Crucifixion was Necessary

The crucifixion of Jesus Christ was good for us in that God in His great love and mercy offers through Jesus and His death for our sins the forgiveness of sins and the gift of everlasting life.

The crucifixion of Jesus was evil on the part of all of us whose sins caused Jesus to be crucified. Your sins and mine drove those nails through His hands and feet, put that crown of thorns upon His brow, drove that spear into His side, and all of the other awful things done to Jesus at Calvary.

So, the crucifixion of Jesus is good for us, but was bad because we were the ones who caused Him to go to the cross. Thank God His great love overcomes all the bad for every person who repents of his sins and turns to Jesus.

In Philippians 2:5-7 we see that Jesus, as God, took upon Himself “the likeness of men.” Thus, Jesus became the one and only “God-man,” He was totally God and totally man at the same time. This is called the Hypostatic Union and is difficult to understand. But Jesus Christ, as the God-man died on the cross for our sins.

So, God the Son did die for sinners. It had to be this way because Jesus has always been God and always will be God. He could not have put away His deity to die on the cross even if He wanted to, because He is God. And He had to die as God, being perfect, to be a satisfactory sacrifice for us in the eyes of God the Father.

Jesus Christ also died as a man. This identified Him with all of us in the human race. He was “made in the likeness of men” (Philippians 2:7) and therefore, He could be tempted in all things as we are and remain sinless (Hebrews 4:15). We praise God for this wonderful truth. Jesus Christ is now our high priest who can sympathize with our weaknesses, because He knows exactly what we are going through.

God the Son is a person and as a person He died as God and as man He bore our punishment. Isaiah 53:5 says, “He was wounded for our transgressions: he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon Him; and with His stripes we are healed.”

In this chastisement Christ experienced what no other man has ever experienced. He became sin, taking on Himself our sins. And when He took upon Himself our sin on the cross, God the Father had to turn His back on God the Son, because of our sin which He had taken upon Himself. Thus Christ suffered the awful punishment of separation from God the Father at that time.

Dr. Elmer Towns, BibleSprout 14 Comments [10/26/2017 7:22:49 AM]
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Submitted By: Denizen

Quote# 133458

Science uses the scientific method. Climate “science” uses computer models.

Computer models do not use the scientific method. Computer models are the digital equivalent of reading chicken entrails.

Why do Left-wing minds grapple with the reality that reading digital chicken entrails is not science?

E. Pluribus Unum, Free Republic 8 Comments [10/27/2017 5:05:34 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133450

IMO many of the atheists (New and Old...what's the difference?) are not just repetitive bores but they also lack vision and insight. Intelligent perhaps but no wisdom. Sorry guys...no offence... :D

Britain in particular, being one of the pioneers in Science and modern thinking...seems to have gotten stuck in its own success and glory. Science is the new 'religion'. Britishers seem to be resting on their laurels and wallowing in their atheism as though it is some sort of a path breaking new find that no one has thought of before.

This is a pity because atheism is as old as the hills but lacks any true insight or comprehensive perspective. It lacks integration and a big picture view. Most recent atheists are looking out of a window that someone like Dawkins or Harris have shown them and believe that the little window gives them access to all the world, beyond which there cannot possibly be anything else.

I guess it will change in the coming decades.


Sriram, Religion and Ethics 17 Comments [10/26/2017 7:23:13 AM]
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Submitted By: NearlySane

Quote# 133471

If I were to come out to someone as zoosexual right now, the first thing they would say is, "you rape animals?" This misconception is far too common now, and we as zoosexuals need to put a stop to it. Here is why animals in fact can consent, and why zoosexuality is not about forced sex with non-human animals.

Consent to an action does not have to be given verbally. In the event that verbal expression of consent is not possible, other forms of consent are used. Non-verbal consent, also known as implied consent, is an alternative form of consent where the sign of consent is derived from someone or something's actions, emotions and the context surrounding the event. When an animal chooses to mount a human, the consent is implied, as the animal's expression of choice implies approval of the action the animal has taken. Enticing your dog with peanut butter is, similarly, an example of implied consent.


-__-_-__-_-, r/zoosexual 15 Comments [10/26/2017 2:45:33 PM]
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Quote# 133467

18-year-old girl rapes 13-year-old boy at Church of Christ in Tennessee


Absolute nonsense. Children, preteens, young teens, middle teens will all experiment and explore sexually. I am surprised how many uptight, frigid, rigid, dried up prunes and sexually inert beings exist on this site. Hell has a special place for those who will punish this young woman for her innocent and natural physical love. I cherish the memory of a certain 19 y.o. young woman who "helped me out" when I was 15. I had been hoping for a close encounter for a couple of years.

Rape laws are about protecting women and girls from FORCED sexual intercourse. Other activity should be called something else. This young woman did not rape this boy. There is no such thing as female on male rape. At most She should be shamed for her lustfulness.

So if a 40 year old woman, a friend of the family let's say, goes into a 12 year old boys bedroom one night, quietly performs sexual acts on him while he's asleep, or outright climbs on top of him and performs sexual intercourse, then to you that isn't rape?[quote]

Completely different scenario than the case at hand. No it is not rape. A woman cannot rape. Maybe sexual assault. This sounds like Jewish logic to try to use a scenario that happens in real life about as often as pigs flying.

[quote]If that isn't rape then what is?

'Natural physical love' sounds like something certain people say to justify thoughts they know they shouldn't have.

There has to be some natural instinct for sexual behavior besides your statute laden bureaucratic gobblygook. Just for the record I don't consider homo's to be natural or rewarded by nature. Forced Sodomy on children should be met with death.



JacobFire, Stormfront 10 Comments [10/26/2017 2:42:33 PM]
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Quote# 133472

One time, I cast out a demon that gave me its name. I looked it up online, it was listed in a pokemon monster directory. The demon had many of the same traits as the pokemon. Some Christians have said pokemon is from the devil. I think this is true.

albertjrich, r/TrueChristian 13 Comments [10/26/2017 2:45:43 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133473

Well, I've been a Christian for 7 months now at 32 years old. Before coming to Christ, I had about 3 or 4 encounters a year with gray or black cloud-like entities. That happened ever since I was a toddler.

I've had lots and lots of demonic attacks of various forms now that I've come to Christ, especially in the first 3 months. Possibly around 100 separate occasions. Appearances of the gray or black cloud-like entities that I had seen before continued but much, much more frequently. I also witnessed a lot of new manifestations such as shadow people that would follow me around during the day, numerous sleep paralysis episodes (multiple a night and sometimes so intense I would wake up with convulsions), a heavy burning weight on my chest, electrical sensations on my scalp that felt like a hand petting me, demonic dreams (essentially conversations where they try to tell me that my views on salvation or a Christian's authority over the demonic are incorrect), and poltergeist activity (paper towel roll unrolled itself, loud knocks on the walls at night and only whatever wall I'm looking at, a bottle of water started fizzing and boiling out, a pizza box opened and closed itself multiple times).

At a certain point, I became frustrated and defiant. I gathered up all of my books that I considered potentially demonic or occult-related and threw them in the trash the night before trash pickup. I stayed out on my porch and (quietly, so as not to disturb the neighbors or anything) taunted the entities and declared that my house was now off-limits to them. At one point during this, I saw the outline of a shadowy figure come up to me. I commanded it to go away and it charged me. It looked like it hit with its entire torso and head...although the sensation felt like being hit with an overcharged wave of static electricity across my forehead, arms, chest, and shoulders. It disappeared when it did this.

That's the most dramatic physical confrontation I've had and it was early on when I was still trying to stand up to them in my own strength. I've since learned to lean on Christ completely and trust in Him to fight for me. At one point, as I was growing stronger in my faith and trust in the Lord, I had a very nasty, blasphemous thought come into my mind that I just knew didn't come from me (some profanity cursing God). I said very quickly, "In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ I command you to go to the Abyss." and there was a loud "BOOM!" like a bomb going off right in front of me.

I went upstairs to see if my flatmate heard anything, she said she heard a loud explosion and saw a black spherical cloud materialize about two feet from her. She then heard a whooshing sound and it was gone. Apparently the demon wanted to scare someone else on the way out. It worked, she and her cat were pretty freaked out for awhile. I've called on Jesus to send demons away or declared, "The Lord Jesus Christ rebuke you!" They leave, and quickly, but never in such dramatic fashion as that.

bumblyjack, r/TrueChristian 7 Comments [10/26/2017 2:46:25 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133474

So I've been a full fledged Christian for about 2 years now. Before that I have always believed in God or just something more. When I was Young I lived with my mother and she was heavy into witchcraft. Which now I have linked to my horrific dreams that I've been experiencing since I can remember. I also dabbled in witchcraft as a teenager. I've seen a far number of things in my younger years. Nothing that I could absolutely nail down as supernatural though. Of course I believed these things were, but i'm just not confident enough in them to even mention them.

So I recently moved into a house about six months ago. I'm not suggesting by this that OH now its a lifetime story about a guy that moves into a house and its haunted!!! NO. My dear friend was going through a rough patch with his wife and he needed to leave the house until they could work things out. They were hostile to each other and needed space to work out what was going on with them before they could work on each other. So I moved in with him so he wouldn't be alone and it helped me get away from my roommates.

We are both avid believers and we live accordingly. Well as best I can figure it this was unacceptable to have us so close. I would wake up at very odd hours in the morning and my room would feel wrong. Just heavy in the sense that you can feel some one when they are close to you. I would see this darkness closing in on my vision. Imagine that you are looking at a light. It starts getting dark from the outside in until it is pitch black. After it would get black I would hear a rumbling and them be totally paralyzed. With a heavy weight pressing down on me.

This happened for a while and then it started getting different. I would be lifted out of bed while unable to move. I prayed so hard and for so much protection that it eventually got better. I also let the men in my men's group know about it. After lots of prayer it stopped happening. I also anointed and prayed over my house and the doorways with in. I suppose it could have all been a dream, I am completely prone to just TERRIBLE dreams. They have never once frightened me though. I've had dreams of being in hell and being tortured, repeated dreams of being murdered or demons.

Nothing has ever once made me wake up screaming or sweating or afraid to go to bed. My experience though had made me more afraid then I have ever been. Also extremely angry. How dare something come and screw with me. If I thought it was corporeal I would have shot it. Well that and not being able to move helped me not to shoot it.

Side note: This has absolutely strengthened my faith. I know with out a doubt God protects. He listens to and answers prayers. Also If you are casting evil out of your house/self in the name of Jesus. You better make sure You have Jesus in your heart. The bible talks about what happens if you don't. ( basically you are an empty house since you don't have Jesus in you. So the evil comes back and brings buddies.)

alterego890, r/TrueChristian 7 Comments [10/26/2017 2:46:31 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 52377

(Wow and I thought Dimmu Borgir were tame :p)

This is a group that is for Christians who would like to stand and make a profession against the black metal band out of Norway, Dimmu Borgir, who is sweeping the US by storm, and is already the top selling black metal band in history. This band is probably the most satanic band in the industry and they hate everything to do with God and the Bible. They are active satan worshipers, church burners, and cannibals(yes, cannibals!). So if you wanna show your support for this group and stand against one more evil thing in this world we live in, just join up.

Christians against the black metal band, Dimmu Borgir, Facebook 100 Comments [11/16/2008 7:25:52 PM]
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Quote# 133390

Marriage tax benefits are discriminatory against incels. As a working, taxpaying Incel, I find that marriage tax benefits are nothing but discriminatory towards me. Why the fuck should I be forced to subsidize Chads/Tyrones and his six different children kids from three different cum dumpsters?

If the government does not provide me with sex - even though I am entitled to it and it is my God given, divine right - why should I continue to give them money to something that doesn't concern me in any sort of way? It's just downright unacceptable. The law itself is just targeted directly at working and taxpaying Incels who are affected disproportionately compared to other minority groups.

Lookismisreal, r/incels 18 Comments [10/24/2017 10:29:07 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133405

Firing weapons into the air in celebration is a common practice in many Mohammedan countries.  In fact, it regularly kills quite a few of them.

Disruptive wedding vehicle convoys are another Muslim tradition. Supposedly, whenever the great Prophet Mohammed got a new wife or sex slave, he and his pals would ride their camels crazily around Medina, knocking over market stalls and throwing spears randomly into the air.

Of course, thanks to mass immigration, this ancient Muslim tradition can now be witnessed throughout much of Europe.

czakal, Wordpress 18 Comments [10/24/2017 1:43:17 PM]
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Submitted By: hydrolythe

Quote# 133445

[=A comment on both Gay Christians and Unuveralism=]

Carl Longren: Would you be disappointed if you find out in the resurrection that everyone is saved??? There is nothing you or I can do to "earn" our salvation. It is a free gift. You are expecting gays to "earn" their salvation by not being gay. If you believe Hitler was evil, how much more evil do you think a god would be who would burn people for eternity. At least when Hitler killed people it was over and the suffering wasn't forever. Do you believe that the Jews who were killed in the Holocaust will only be resurrected to be sent to hell for all eternity? How horribly cruel. Please use some logic!


Rudy Schellekens: Logic steps above emotionalism. Salvation is a biblical concept. So how about using the Bible as the play book?
Yes. Hitler was evil. To think that he escaped justice on earth bothers me. To know that there will be a judgment that he cannot escape?
And that judgment will be righteous.
The greater monster is a God who WOULD let him escape justice again!

Rudy Schellekens, Patheos 8 Comments [10/26/2017 7:22:13 AM]
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Quote# 133433

Out of the 57 o i c countries ,only 6 are listed as being “banned”, it’s a good start for President Trump but we have to do better. The lynchpin to any western nations moslem problem is immigration !!!!! US citizens must continue to write your Congressional representatives and Senators opposing moslem immigration to America and to initiate a much stronger vetting process !!!!!

Our own State Department is the enemy from within, obama and hillary made certain of that, by driving “deep state” operatives into a system that will take years to eradicate….If we here in America won’t defend it, then WHO in the world will ????????

Buzz, Bare Naked Islam 13 Comments [10/25/2017 3:09:45 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133443

Designating Christian beliefs as "hate" has been a goal of the left since this "we just wan't to be free to love who we love".

No one was stopping them. Their goal was to get their ridiculous and antibiological beliefs & lifestyles accept as "normal". Now anyone or anything that challenges or questions them, is a bigot, racist, hateful, blahblahblah.

I'm not a Christian but I will stand with Christians.

NativeSon, Free Republic 16 Comments [10/25/2017 3:17:32 PM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 133414

Original in German (see link), translated by SomeApe.

The movement against Cultural Appropriation is growing. Yvonne Apiyo Brändle-Amolo is part of it. She thinks it's an impudence when white designers put models in african clothing on the catwalk. The 41 year old Kenyan, who lives in Switzerland for 17 years now, is president of SP-Migrants Zurich. «We wear this clothing since centuries. Never did we get a compliment for it. But as soon as a white person lays their hands on it and sells it as their own newest creation, they get praised to heaven and make a lot of money with it.»

Brändle-Amolo also finds it disturbing when white people wear African hairstyles or play African music. «When we black people wear an Afrolook or Dreadlocks, the hairstyle is considered unkempt. But as soon as Kim Kardashian wears Cornrows, it's a huge trend», says the artist and intercultural mediator. White people would wear the hairstyle in a naive way, without even knowing what lays behind it: «Cornrows constituted maps and served the slaves as escape routes out of the plantations.»

Submitter's note:
This is Yvonne Brändle:

Yes, she's wearing Swiss traditional clothes (Tracht) and yodels.

Yvonne Apiyo Brändle-Amolo, 20min 22 Comments [10/25/2017 2:46:35 AM]
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Submitted By: SomeApe