Quote# 137260

Lady Checkmate, Disqus - Community Council 11 Comments [3/15/2018 6:24:22 AM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 35960

Today, it's just down right arrogant of scientists to say that we could even effect the earth since we still have only proven that we have almost no effect on it. If God put us here to take care of the earth, it would be as if the earth is more important than us, and that's not true, because we're told that we are foremost of all His creation.

BrianC, Christian Teen Forums 46 Comments [3/8/2008 2:17:58 PM]
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Quote# 39150

Not to be nosy, but if she’s such a staunch supporter of abortion, how does it happen that she has any children of her own?

Inquiring minds want to know.

cpodug, Michelle Malkin's Blog 65 Comments [5/12/2008 10:20:17 PM]
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Quote# 137268

I guess it depends what your moral framework is. I don't particularly care about being nice to people, I care about civilised nations being developed. Trying to raise up natives to be civilised is an incredibly slow process that's still not borne very great results to this day, in comparison to wiping them out and replacing them with Europeans, such as with Australia which is a highly successful modern country.

-Reactionary_Vizer-, r/DebateAltRight 10 Comments [3/15/2018 9:49:52 AM]
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Quote# 130220

The timeless principles of Graeco-Roman logic and philosophy that we have just reviewed (not to be confused with the pointless mental masturbation that many modern pseudo-intellectuals like to engage in over a Starbucks’ latte) will expose a charlatan or an ignoramus every... single... time. Indeed, armed with nothing else but the earlier segment on Logical Fallacies, any “average Joe” can easily take down one of these “scientists” and humiliate him.

The Fake Scientist is thus compelled to declare: “there is no debate” because he knows that he cannot win a debate! Just like Count Dracula before a crucifix or sprinkled with Holy Water, the Fake Scientist will recoil in agony when confronted with the Socratic Method of inquiry.

Therefore, it is not surprising, but to be expected, that warmist Fake Scientists would express such open contempt and hostility for the millenniums-old discipline that should serve as the foundation of all intellectual pursuits and even common, every day understanding of life situations. Here they are, in their own words, mocking Philosophy – the very rules of thinking that we use to pursue truth and unmask lies and errors.

Neil DeGrasse Tyson: “Philosophy is not a productive contributor to our understanding of the natural world …. It (philosophy) can really mess you up.” (28)

Stephen Hawking: “Philosophy is dead. Philosophers have not kept up with modern developments in science. Scientists have become the bearers of the torch of discovery in our quest for knowledge.” (29)

Bill Nye: “Philosophy is important for a while…. But you can start arguing in a circle…. Keep in mind, humans made up philosophy too.” (30)

You see, when a Fake Scientist needs to work around the eternal rules of lie-detection, he simply ridicules them, declares them “dead” or dismisses truth itself as “relative.” It’s sort of like a local burglar telling you that installing a home alarm system, adopting a big guard dog and keeping a loaded pistol under your bed aren’t effective anymore; or a nervous criminal, under interrogation, insisting that polygraph (lie detector) tests are never accurate.

But philosophy is not dead. The theory of man-made Global Warming is, and Messrs. Tyson, Hawking and Nye all know it – which is why they want to replace philosophy (Greek for “love of wisdom”) with “theoretical science” (love of slick talking sophistry, rigged math equations and rigged computer models).

Tyson, Nye and the “talking” stiff from “Weekend at Bernie’s” (or his ventriloquist?) all rely heavily upon classic logical fallacies to sell their nonsense. The only thing that can stop them is sound logic, aka philosophy.

Mike King, Tomato Bubble 15 Comments [8/10/2017 3:19:15 PM]
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Quote# 42290

This is a disgraceful day for Canada and the Country is bringing a curse on itself (Dt. 28: FF) in choosing a 'Barrabas" over the truth of God's ongoing creative word and love offered to each human by their free will choice. Canada is an immoral, depraved, materialistic, atheistic Nation of narcissistic and arrogant leaders who have no inkling of the God of Abraham, Issac, and Jacob, His power and His ability to slam shut the lying mouth, the haughty eye, the proud god they think they are.

Casper, Yahoo 47 Comments [7/5/2008 7:17:19 AM]
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Quote# 70476

["But remember, denying reality is not what God wants..."]

There I will agree with you. Now here's your reality:

1) you are a sinner.

2) the penalty of sin is death.

3) Christ paid that penalty for you

4) you spat in his face by denying the veracity of the Bible, therefore denying the Gospel. After all, if you don't believe the Bible is true, you probably don't believe the gospel is true either.

Robert, Rapture Ready 59 Comments [2/13/2010 10:10:59 PM]
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Submitted By: M.M.

Quote# 19214

What do you think of this religion called evolution. its dogmas, gods(e.g Darwin, Dawkins,Mother nature, natural selection),

They say religious people are fundamentalist, dogmatic...yet they are worse at it.

i think evolution is the newest religion to be formed in the last 100 years....they just dont know it.

this new religion should be mapped.....its adherents, gods, temples, high priest etc

Francis, Myspace 59 Comments [1/9/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Roman

Quote# 137255

My neighbor will not talk to me anymore after asking what I believe. I explain that a person can not change their sex. They are what they were born with.

Getting a sex change will not make those people happy. People who are confuse about their sex should just except the fact they are gay and changing your sex is not going to make you not gay.

By the way, his son is gay... He thinks his son is a woman stuck in a man’s body.

DEPcom, Free Republic 13 Comments [3/15/2018 6:24:02 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 128018

A common tactic of biblical skeptics is to question the veracity and historical trustworthiness of the New Testament based on alleged numerous “contradictions” therein. But most of these so-called “problem passages” can easily be shown to be not contradictory, but rather, complementary. This is what might be described as the “1001 Bible contradictions” ploy.

In the desperation to find contradictions, any instance of a different report (not absolutely identical in all respects) is regarded as contradictory, when in fact this is not so at all, and obviously so, for anyone who will take a little time to reflect upon it. A simple example will suffice to illustrate this:

1. Joe says he saw Bill walk up to the Dairy Queen and buy an ice cream at 3:10 PM on a hot Saturday afternoon.
2. Alice says she saw Ed walk up to the Dairy Queen and buy an ice cream at 4:10 PM.

3. John says he saw Kathy walk up to the Dairy Queen and buy an ice cream at 4:30 PM.
4. Sally says she saw Bill walk up to the Dairy Queen and buy an ice cream at about 3:15 PM, Ed buy an ice cream there at about 4:20 PM, and Kathy buy an ice cream there at about 4:45 PM.

Now, according to these conflicting and contradictory reports, how many people (at least) bought an ice cream at the Dairy Queen between 3:10 and about 4:45 PM on a hot Saturday afternoon? Was it 1, 2, 3, or 6?

Actually, none of the above, because (in all likelihood) many more people went there during that time to buy ice cream. They just weren’t all recorded.
But skeptical hyper-critics look at the above data (lets say they represent the four Gospels) and see a host of contradictions:

1. Joe contradicts Alice as to who visited there in an hour’s time.

2. Joe contradicts John as to who visited there in an hour and 20 minutes time.

3. Alice contradicts John as to who visited there in 20 minute’s time.

4. Joe says someone visited at 3:10, but Alice claims it was at 4:10, and John says it was at 4:30.

5. Joe, Alice, and John can’t even agree on who visited the Dairy Queen in a lousy span of only 80 minutes! They are obviously completely untrustworthy! Probably two or more of them are lying.

6. To top it all off, we have the utter nonsense of Sally, whose time for Bill’s arrival contradicts Joe’s report by 5 minutes!

7. Sally’s time for Ed’s arrival contradicts Alice’s report by 10 minutes!!

8. Sally’s time for Kathy’s arrival contradicts John’s report by 15 minutes!!!

And so on and so forth. Yet this is the sort of incoherent reasoning which we get from so many skeptics of the Bible, who pride themselves on their reasoning abilities and logical acumen, over against the alleged gullible, irrational orthodox Christians, who accept biblical inspiration. Many examples of this sort of nonsense can be easily located in the usual laundry lists of biblical contradictions which frequently appear in skeptical and atheist literature, often exhibiting the most elementary errors of fact or logic.

Fair-minded and open-minded folks should be able to easily see through the shallowness of such proofs. The skeptical underlying assumptions are almost always assumed as axioms (reasons for this acceptance are deemed unnecessary), and the Christian assumptions are almost always frowned upon as irrational, impossible, etc.

We often hear, for example, the weak argument that John’s Gospel excludes a lot of the important events in Jesus life, which are recorded in the synoptic Gospels. But it obviously had a different purpose (it was more theological in nature, rather than purely narrative). In the world of biblical hyper-criticism, however, facts such as those are of no consequence. The usual predisposition is that contradictions are involved, per the above reasoning.

I’ve compiled many resources for Christians who encounter this sort of thing: Alleged Bible “Contradictions” & “Difficulties”: Master List of Christian Internet Resources for Apologists (Links).
I just had an encounter yesterday with a man who listed off four alleged contradictions in the Bible. I spent a significant amount of time offering counter-explanations in a combox on my blog, showing (I think) that contradictions were actually not present, complete with links to the material that answers the charges. I wrote at the beginning and the end:

"Since you are unwilling to look these up in my sources (which is why I provided them), I’ll do your work for you. It was not difficult to find possible and plausible solutions in a few seconds searching on Google . . .

Now, I just spent a bunch of my time doing work that you could have done just as easily. Next time, do it yourself. But something tells me you won’t, because if you were willing, you would have done it this time, rather than challenging me with it. As it is, you provide a classic example of the logical inadequacies and unfair attitude of the biblical skeptic, that I can now pass on to my readers, as an illustration of what I’ve been saying for years: atheists and other Bible skeptics approach the Bible like a butcher approaches a hog.

And so how did this man respond when I did all that for him? He deleted all his comments and split . . ."

Exactly my point: he doesn’t give a rat’s rear end about actually solving these alleged Bible difficulties, or giving the Bible a fair shake. He only wants to tear it down. He has no interest in defenses of an infallible, inspired Bible. Therefore, if a Christian seriously interacts with his criticisms, he wants no part of it, because that doesn’t advance his agenda, and he disappears. He’s not interested in either serious Bible study or serious discussion. If I’ve seen it once, I’ve seen it a hundred times.

Dave Armstrong, Patheos 27 Comments [6/11/2017 7:15:29 AM]
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Quote# 137257

Personally, I make a rather large distinction between human rights and LGBTQ rights.

In dealing with other countries, I think there are issues far more important within the purview of US stance on human rights than the narrowly-defined agenda of the LGBTQ community.

They have extended their US reach far beyond what is warranted in the US and to extend that even further outside the US would be a diplomatic waste of time given the pressing needs of so many other issues.

econjack, Free Republic 11 Comments [3/15/2018 6:24:09 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 100619

When you come down to things like axe murder or homosexuality and you say, ‘we’re really going to promote it and we’re going to encourage everybody in America to engage in this or at least support this thing,’ there will be people on the other side who will take an adamantly opposed position to your support of axe murdering or homosexuality. They will be intolerant, they will be very intolerant of that which is evil, like axe murdering. Didn’t God define love? See the problem with this ‘love’ thing is you can define it anyway you want. Homosexuals love their friends and cannibals love their victims, they taste good.

Kevin Swanson, Right Wing Watch 35 Comments [4/20/2014 4:18:50 AM]
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Submitted By: Aspergus

Quote# 10226

Christianity was the original religon. Almost every religon was formed from christianity. Each belief came from some form of christians. Everyone believes something different about where religons came from, but if you look back far enough or where each religon was formed they all stemed off of christianity

Pinky, Myspace 54 Comments [3/18/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 137252

Hardly a day goes by when you don’t read about more insane Lefturd stupidity coming out of Sweden. THe Green slime, Mona Sahlin is a prime example of insane stupidity. Perhaps she would enjoy being gang-banged by muzzturds from a dozen different moslem shit-holes & all named Mohammed? All in the interests of diversity & community cohesion of course!

Swedenstan is at the precipice of turning completely into an Islamic state & these Lefturd fucktards are too insanely stupid to see the end game. Following each other like lemmings to their own self-destruction.

The Swedes have one last chance to try & turn the ship around with their elections in September. Miss this opportunity & the Ship of State shall be called the Titanic. And we all know what happened there…

Mohammed Wazza Paedophile, Bare Naked Islam 8 Comments [3/15/2018 6:23:31 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 137258

Texas state lawmaker defends his response to Stephen Hawking's death: 'God exists'

A conservative Christian lawmaker in Texas had to defend his response to Stephen Hawking’s death after initially taking a jab at the world-famous physicist’s stance on religion.

Republican state Rep. Briscoe Cain tweeted early Wednesday, shortly after news broke of Hawking’s death, that the scientist "now knows the truth about how the universe was actually made," while offering his sympathies to Hawking's family.

After internet backlash to that comment, Cain later issued a comment to The Houston Chronicle to clarify his tweet.

"Losing a loved one is never easy and I am sympathetic for his family's loss. My prayers are with them. Stephen Hawking was brilliant, many even called him one of the greatest public intellectuals of the last century, but the fact remains that God exists," Cain said.

"My tweet was to show the gravity of the Gospel and what happens when we pass, namely, that we all will one day meet our Creator face to face. Though Hawking has long been a vocal atheist who advocated against and openly mocked God, I hope nothing but the best for his family and pray that he came to know faith before he passed."

Social media users took that as an insult to the award-winning scientist who famously stated, “There is no god. No one created our universe, and no one directs our fate."

Without mentioning Cain, Republican Texas state Rep. Jeff Leach took to Twitter to call out fellow Christians making “hateful and snarky” comments about Hawking’s death.

Rep. Briscoe Cain, The Hill 15 Comments [3/15/2018 6:24:13 AM]
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Submitted By: Denizen

Quote# 69969

"For without are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie." Revelation 22:15 (This is a reference to Deuteronomy 23:18, in which "dog" means a fag prostitute.) When Jesus gets back, faggots are going to get their due of death, which is nothing short of what they deserve.

RAHOWARRIOR, Argue With Everyone 58 Comments [2/1/2010 1:46:08 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 25743

The EARTH MOTHER is wounded by our indifference. We kill animals and plants to satisfy our selfish appetites. Eat only raw plants and animals that have died a natural death. Learn to breathe properly, avoid exessive activity that causes you to exhale too much toxic CO2.


Ms. Clinton, a true Goddess-minded leader, may soon be the most exoterically powerful person on earth. She is in touch with her higher self

GreenRespect, YouTube 69 Comments [5/27/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 5741

Why don't we pool our financial resources and buy Fleetwood a one-way ticket to Saudi Arabia so he can thell them that he is offended by their public display of religion.

Neon Knight, Rapture Ready 2 Comments [12/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 134702

[From "Alt-South Lexicon"]

American/Federal Empire

Refers to the United States since forcibly annexing the Confederate States in 1860-64. Hated in the South for sending Southerners to fight in futile wars for interests not their own. More concerned with pushing a globalist agenda to benefit the oligarchy than acting in the interests of its native population. Synonyms: The Great Satan, Zog.


“Small-souled creatures that look barely human, believe strongly in having modeled “rational” takes, and are defined completely by their choices as an alpha-consumer. (Courtesy~Borzoi Boskovitch)


A person who holds the beliefs of their particular church or denomination to be sacrosanct. They will often reject teachings of the Bible that don’t align properly with their church’s ideas concerning modern societal issues.


A person who purports to be a Confederate, but is in actuality reconstructed. These people are easily identified by excessive posting of the battle flag in Facebook groups and a need to signal to everyone that they are not racist. They can often be observed to condemn the racist viewpoints of their confederate ancestors. Favorite phrase: “Heritage, not hate.”


A negro. Referred to as such because they dindu nuffin. All criminal and degenerate actions they take can be explained away because of the systematic oppression inflicted upon them by the evil white man.


Also called Southerners (esp. when affixed with “unreconstructed”), Southern people, Dixians, Dixie people, Dixie nation, Confederates. A European-derived, Christian nation and ethnic group native to Dixie, biologically descended primarily from the British and Scots-Irish peoples who settled the region during the Colonial Period and Plantation Era, who remain distinct from other branches of the British diaspora and without significant admixture from African or Amerindian races. Ethnic Dixians speak their own widely recognized dialect of the English language and retain other cultural distinctions apart from the North Midlands and East Anglia derived cultures of North America.


A modern male with a low testosterone level who acts with beta tendicies. These “men” include but are not limited to male feminists, soyboys, and beta orbiters.


A term which refers to people or things that were originally Southern in nature but have fallen prey to the policies imposed by the federal government and progressive culture post Civil War. A physical manifestation of this is the removal of confederate monuments and memorials to appease minority groups and progressives. A cultural manifestation of this is people, who are Southern by heritage, apologizing for the racism of their ancestors.


A term which refers to people or things that have not capitulated to being reconstructed. Southerners who are unreconstructed eschew modern societal norms and mores in favor of a more traditional culture from the antebellum South.


An urbanite who is also a NEET. A NEET is a low agency individual who usually still lives with their parents and whose sole ambitions are obtaining food and playing video games. A genetic dead end, as they will likely never produce offspring.


A person residing in an urban area. These people usually have beliefs modeled after the progressive trends of modernity and are deeply afflicted with the sickness that is Cultural Marxism. They tend to view Southerners as a recalcitrant people whom they must force to do what they perceive to be the right thing.

Identity Dixie, Identity Dixie 14 Comments [11/30/2017 10:45:15 PM]
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Submitted By: JeanP

Quote# 17081

[Yet another of Joe's answers to the big questions of why there's no such thing as the Ice Age]

joe, YouTube 16 Comments [11/16/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8407

The demonic spirits in this last days are spreading the false doctrine, are seducing many to fall into the lies of abortion dogma.

murjahel, Christian Forums 11 Comments [11/27/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6227

NOTHING could make me think Christianity was false. Not aliens landing, not time machines and certainly not the doubting, nay-saying, left-wing, liberal, evolutionist, sin-loving, God-hating rabble that tries to test us every day and fails - miserably.

cyborg, Rapture Ready 19 Comments [2/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 123949

[In response to someone criticizing a sexist video game trailer]

You know, there was a time I would be willing to stop and help some random person who seems to be in trouble... not so much anymore, because I might accidentally help someone like you.

Specialist, Siliconera 6 Comments [1/27/2017 6:38:25 PM]
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Quote# 118784

And what did Jesus say about homosexuality, Last Trump? Please. Take your time...

Nice try, trollster. Look it up.
Everybody knows the Bible's position on that particular topic.
Open and shut.
Hence the revisions taking place only NOW in a generation of shameful moral bankruptcy, hedonistic debauchery and depravity after so many generations of clear understanding and worldwide acceptance.
Go figure.

Isn't it interesting how the Christians instantly go for the name-calling.
I need to bring you back to the topic at hand, we are discussing Jesus' words on homosexuality. We can discuss moral bankruptcy, hedonistic debauchery and depravity later if you like, they're not relevant at the moment.

Asked and answered.
The Bible is crystal clear on our Creator's position on homosexuality.
And on WHO wrote that Bible.
Now, WHO is our Creator? WHO wrote the Bible?
And what DID Jesus have to say about THAT? AND about marriage?
Let me know when you're done trolling and care for actual knowledge regarding what you clearly don't understand.
But forgive me if I don't hold my breath.

Asked but not answered. So we have now concluded that you are unable to find a single passage in the Bible in which Jesus directly condemns, or even addresses, the issue of homosexuality. Thank you.

Your conclusion is in error.
As is your understanding of Christianity and the Bible.
But keep stalking the Christians on the Christian website!
You're bound to learn something. Eventually.

So we have established, then, that Jesus said precisely nothing about homosexuality. Thank you, Last Trump.

It doesn't matter how many times you keep telling yourself that, it just doesn't make it true. Reality just doesn't work that way :(
You've been spending too much time with liberal lefty's, Muffin!
No wonder you're so confused!
You should check out fstdt dot com and read through all of the pearls of wisdom archived there by our devout followers. You'll actually feel yourself getting smarter! No worries bud. You're most welcome!
And tell them TRUMP sent you!

The Last Trump, Christian News Network 31 Comments [5/7/2016 5:15:36 AM]
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Quote# 70322

Coakley insulted people with religious values by declaring that those who oppose abortion probably shouldn't work in emergency rooms because an occasional patient might demand an immediate abortion. Feminists refuse to allow respect for a right of conscience because that might get in the way of their ideology that abortion is women's premier right.

Feminists pretend they want all laws and behavior to be gender-neutral, with identical treatment of male and female (and other genders, whatever they are). But when it comes to domestic violence and child abuse, feminist ideology decrees that men are naturally batterers and women never lie so they don't have to present evidence in order to convict a man.

Phyllis Schlafly, TownHall.com 43 Comments [2/12/2010 11:38:39 PM]
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Submitted By: Night Jaguar