Quote# 22720

[Evil Bible: Your face turns purple when you hear of the "atrocities" attributed to Allah, but you don't even flinch when hearing about how God/Jehovah slaughtered all the babies of Egypt in "Exodus" and ordered the elimination of entire ethnic groups in "Joshua" including women, children, and trees!]

Have you done a study about how purple our faces turn? You keep making these unfounded, blanket accusations! Firstly, Allah is a demon god who expects YOU to die for HIM (while Yeshua is a God Who died for YOU!) and Islam is a religion started by a murdering, thieving, epileptic pedophile called Mohammed. Messianic Judaism began when God/YHWH came to earth in the form of a SINLESS man called Yeshua (which means "Salvation") who taught us about the things of God and then offered Himself as a Divine Sacrifice in order to afford wayward humans a place in heaven.

The Egyptian babies you speak of were not "slaughtered"; they simply died. YHWH ordered the death of all male firstborn in Egypt because of PHAROAH'S refusal to let God's Chosen People (the Jews) leave Egypt and their Egyptian bondage. If you'll remember, God gave Pharoah NINE OTHER CHANCES before hard-headed Pharoah finally got the picture that GOD was in charge! NINE CHANCES! Ask yourself this: If someone was holding your family captive, abusing them in various ways, and making them perform slave labor - how many chances would YOU give before finally "zapping" the perpetrator?

Carmen, The Refiner's Fire 49 Comments [3/29/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: (H9) - EvilBible

Quote# 32863

Like God says, "You shall have no other gods before me". It's his planet, respect that. I sure as hell am not going to respect the beliefs of pagans who think it's:

1. Okay to sacrifice babies
2. Okay to sacrifce adults
3. Okay to tortue your enemies
4. Okay to worship imaginary gods

Sure as hell do not respect the belief to murder unborn babies, worship evil, tell everyone we came from a walking fish with toes from magical pool of mud from an imaginary big bang no one ever saw, the racist belief that Neanderthals were subhumans, the racist belief that blacks are inferior to whites, the belief that it's okay to slander God's Spirit, the sick belief of atheist communists that it's okay to torture and murder Christians for not believing atheist communist propaganda, and the belief that my Lord Jesus is not God's one and only perfect Son.

I have my own religion, and it's not "respect whatever the teenspot moderator tells you to because he feels it's right." Respect my religion please.

If you're a christian who loves christ feel free to friend me.

christslovesaves, www.teenspot.com 60 Comments [12/26/2007 8:38:57 PM]
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Quote# 140772

I am the reincarnated being formerly known as L. Ron Hubbard. This lifetime I am working towards unifying the subject of Dianetics and Scientology while streamlining it for mainstream use with lightning fast results. Also, I'm striving towards reconciliation between disgruntled and excommunicated ex-members and the official church of Scientology.

Favorite interests are anything technology related and science fiction. I am also a sucker for beautiful redheads or women by the name of Mary. You can Google the rest.

"L. Ron Hubbard", L. Ron Hubbard Rising 18 Comments [10/4/2018 7:12:49 AM]
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Quote# 140768

Spring Valley school officer caught on video slamming South Carolina student to ground during arrest; officer pulled from school
A South Carolina sheriff's deputy has been pulled from the school where he worked as a resource officer after video showed him slamming a student to the ground while classmates watched in horror.
Deputy Ben Fields was caught on camera at Spring Valley High School in Columbia ordering a student out of her seat. The imposing officer, who is a powerlifter in his free time, stands over her desk and tells the student, "either you're coming with me or I'll make you." Without giving her time to get up, he grabs her and flips her over, slamming her, and her desk, onto the ground.

Welcome to the school of hard knocks, where if you don't follow the rules you'll get face-planted.

She wasn't staying it her seat to learn, she was staying in it to be spiteful. This holds up the class from learning and for that I have zero sympathy for her. Was it too much force? No. Better to be quick like this instead of slowly which would give her time to grab hold of objects that make it harder for the officer.

Templar 331, MMO Champion 10 Comments [10/4/2018 7:12:17 AM]
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Quote# 138040

I feel we have to be very careful about Muslims coming in because unless they are willing to assimilate, there are problems. Unfortunately, the Koran tells them not to assimilate. The ones who are secular do and get along.

We have many problems here where I am...related to Muslim youths in gangs.

The problem is, their religion teaches them to hate us. Unless they are willing to give up their religion, we have a clash of civilizations.

They tell you to your face they want sharia law. Since when do we let people come here who are not willing to assimilate? When did this start?

You would think we would learn as we watch Paris and Scandinavia, Brussels, London, etc. instead they will actually lie to say nah...they do not have no go zones. They have no problems...and liberals say...I am talking to one right now and everything that is said about this isn't true. Yet an American who goes there is given a map at the hotels showing where not to go.

As I said, it is the darnedest thing ice ever seen...where women are raped but won't testify because they don't want to be the fault of a Muslim being deported from their country.

Liberals lie about it because they want them here for division, chaos and votes because Americans are figuring out they run on division and they do better with conservative policies.

Blacks...I have no problems with anyone black. They speak English, they care about their kids and how they do in school, they don't want to be forced to buy electric cars or pay to drive on the freeway and so on. We get each other's Mail when they or we are away and are very pleasant. We share cookies or whatever with each other and stop and chat if we run into each other at the grocery store.

There may be black gangs but not here. There are Muslim and Hispanic gangs here...tattoos all over them.


FairSharFairShar, Realabortiondebate 9 Comments [6/13/2018 5:40:00 AM]
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Quote# 84851

(Atheists are doing billboards for the holiday season)

"Atheists are the most illogical people on the planet. They say there is no God yet they always try and fight him so hard with nonsense like this?

They say the Lord Jesus Christ is a myth yet he is a historical figure recorded in Jewish antiquity and Roman records? Thousands of witnesses recorded in scripture have seen him and Jesus apostles who are recorded figures in history as well has SEEN HIM RAISED FROM THE DEAD [Even after forsaking him when he was captured and hiding from the world yet months later the same followers of Jesus who abandoned him BOLDLY WENT BACK AND PREACHED JESUS IS RISEN FROM THE DEAD IN THE FACE OF DEATH]!

And how ironic for them to say that Satan is a myth when the Atheist serve him and don't even know it. These same people who say Satan doesn't exist are the same ones that say "there is no evil" or moral absolutes. [Yeah we know these are outright lies; the Devil is a liar]" Have they heard of Hitler? Stalin? Sung? Genocide going on in the world today? Slavery is bigger than it's ever been in HISTORY thanks to human sex traffickin­g.

Where in the world do you think OUR sinful/evi­l nature came from? There can be no temptation without a tempter, no effect without cause. This all came from Satan, why? because he was the first to sin from the beggining (sic)."

godsgifttonature, Huffington Post 61 Comments [11/19/2011 6:17:28 AM]
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Submitted By: Stormwarden

Quote# 136879

Harry Potter Bathes in the Blood of Virgins. The Plot: Harry and his friends return once again to Mephistopheles' School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to study the use of magic. Harry loves life at the school much more than he does life with his non-magical relatives (or "unbelievers" as they're called by the wizards). However, he realizes that once this year is over, he'll be more than halfway through his schooling. With no idea what to do with his life next, Harry starts to wish there was some way he could stay young forever.

The author of the Harry Potter books J.K. Rowling

[Images: Two obviously doctored photos of a Harry Potter book with Harry covered in blood and J. K. Rowling with a pentagram drawn on her forehead and glowing eyes]

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Savior 25 Comments [2/24/2018 12:43:59 PM]
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Quote# 114972

Since 1980, video games have featured nuclear weapons and nuclear explosions in many shapes, sizes and forms in over 100 video and computer games. The collective barrage of apocalyptic images over the last 30 years has caused subsequent psychological damage to the minds of millions of children and young adults.. Even more frightening is that players in some games actually choose to use nuclear weapons on their enemies as well as their own people.

Developing the rational for the use of Nuclear Weapons of Mass Destruction at a young age is anti-human and a shame. This amalgamation of nuclear video games does not purport to be infallible or inclusive, and does not necessarily represent all games with nuclear weapons, scenarios, or contexts.The foreshadowing of nuclear terror in video games and card games is rather blatant, and is clearly an attempt to unconsciously submit our minds to the nuclear terror reality.

ACCESS: The Nuclear Bible: Nuclear Terror Video Games (PDF)

David Chase Taylor, Nuclear Bible 34 Comments [12/1/2015 4:58:57 PM]
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Submitted By: Yuu

Quote# 140750

Christianity might not die out completely. I think there will still be “bible belt areas” in America and pockets of Christians throughout the West but in many ways it has lost its prominence and this is having a far reaching impact on our culture.

The West was built with Christianity as the basis for its value system. Religion might not be fashionable to some academics but few can deny it played an important role in developing the ethics of our civilization. If you take away the Christian belief system, you are left with laws and a culture that is human-centered. That does not sound like such a bad thing until you realize that the laws can now be changed arbitrarily as there is no “truth” anymore (truth becomes the consensus of politicians) and human nature has a destructive dark side we can’t always control. Although people argue we can still have ethical thinking in a godless post-modernist society, ultimately anything is permitted. All you need to do is run a successful propaganda campaign and you can convince large numbers of people to follow insanity. We have seen this in Communist countries and fascist nations like Nazi Germany.

So if you take out Christianity, we are no longer treating life as a creation of God but as a material thing that can be manipulated by the new power structure. Any existing ethics can be thrown out the window, if you can convince people it is necessary.

Sadly, it is very easy to make radicals out of people. You need only make them desperate and make them feel oppressed and they will follow a new dogma that is sometimes very destructive.

People might be happy that the Church is dying out because they have seen it as an oppressor (referencing the Spanish inquisition, intolerance to early scientists, etc, etc) but Christianity was not designed to be oppressive. It is a system for living that is supposed to allow for love between people.

Church leaders have certainly made mistakes but if reference points for our lawmakers and media now become arbitrary, anything goes.

For example, Do you want to be a new gender? Forget about the biology or god’s creation, you can just make a gender up. For example, you could become a “Mermadist” and get surgical re-fitting for fish fins or whatever turns you on!

Americanization as the questioner mentions, is not really the true American culture, it is a commercialized, post-industrial big business world that first developed in the US and UK. Americanization is McDonald’s, Monsanto and corporate mass media selling you lies. In such a culture, a persons worth is decided by their bank account and not their virtue or value as a person.

Sadly, churches are dying out while fast food and alcohol/drug taking are on the rise. Instead of soul food, we now have refined sugar, fried food and toxins. Music is no longer about the glory of the Creator and creation but all about self-righteousness. The quality of the music has gone from Bach and Mozart to Justin Beiber and Max Martin. Science will be used to give people fish fins or whatever Frankenstein-like perversion of nature Monsanto can conceive of for profit. We have people who have decided an entire gender is bad and anything they say is not to be trusted. These same people are deciding legislation and how your child is to be educated. Ideas such as, “God is the asshole to blame for making my life suck” are gaining root in immature minds.

The truth is, without a spiritual structure in a society, the civilization will fall as did the Greco-Roman world. The people turned away form the gods and the barbarians invaded and conquered.

God is your protector and is not to blame for the fact you or others have turned away. In a “monetized” and “godless” world, humanity becomes its own worst enemy where vice becomes the norm and “family values” are measured in monetary terms.

Anonymous , Quora 19 Comments [10/2/2018 6:51:09 AM]
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Submitted By: Denizen

Quote# 140755

Some people need to remember many 13 year olds nowadays look 18 with the way they dress and do their makeup. I agree with his sentencing to some extent... Yes, 41 and 13 is beyond sick, but hear me out. This happens a lot... young teenagers wanting sex with someone older, more experienced, or just for bragging rights. They egg them on and many men cave under the pressure. Yes, they are adults and should know between right and wrong however everyone has moments of weakness especially when it comes to sex. However, no matter how you put it they simply didn't rape them.

Why is it that someone get the same sentence for:
1) 41 year old flat out raping a 13 year old.
2) 41 year old having sex with a 13 year old that wanted too.

Your talking about 2 totally different animals here. Both should be punished, I fully agree, but no where near the same. The first should be 10+ years in a maximum security prison, the second should be more around 1-2 years in a minimum security correctional facility... and if/when they do it again charge them with some jail time.

As for girls that are 16-17 and totally lie to older men about their age, I feel the guy should get off with a warning at most. They aren't kids, they knew what they were doing. 16-17 is old enough to be charged as an adult so why is it considered a kid when it comes to sex? The law shouldn't be gray like this, either 16-17 is an adult or it isn't.

She's a minor. She can't consent. Its statutory rape.
How can a minor not consent to something? Do you really think people under 18 have the brains of a new born baby? Even a pet can consent to something. 16-17 year olds are charged as adults for murder, even 15 in some rare cases, yet if you have mutual sex with one you go to jail for statutory rape because "they couldn't consent".

The law is totally wrong here. It contradicts itself. Not to mention legal age is much lower in some other countries, and no one seems to have problems with it there. It was also much lower in America hundreds of years ago. It wasn't uncommon for a 13-14 year old to have kid(s), and raise them. It still isn't uncommon in some countries. Yet.. some people believe nowadays a 13 year old can't even consent to something?

May I remind people that some developed nations such as Japan has the age of consent of 13?

Yeah, and it's still freaking creepy. Unless you are saying you want the age of consent changed in UK, which I think I read you don't, is really a moot point.

The age of consent is pretty high in America. When I was 15 I started dating a 12 year old, and no it wasn't a sexual relationship at that age. It was my first girlfriend ever and we were friends for 2 years before that. Shortly after I turned 16, making our age gap 4 years, but then she'd turn 13 about a month later. No one had any problems with it, not even her parents because they knew I was a good guy.

Then 2 years went by and we were still seeing each other. The day I turned 18 she was 14, turning 15 in a month. A few days after my 18th birthday her parents all a sudden did not approve of the relationship because it was now illegal according to law. We broke up, I haven't seen her in 8 years.. and it still depresses me to this day.

Why does a once legal relationship become illegal simply because we BOTH got older? Not only was she my GF, but she was my best friend. I cared greatly for her, but according to society the relationship was all a sudden wrong over night. After my experience I will never support the current age of consent laws.

tyrindor, MMO champion 8 Comments [10/3/2018 12:39:11 PM]
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Quote# 140771

In this case I think the punishment he received is a clear deterrent... his bright future is totally gone, everyone who sees the case is not thinking, hell, I'll only get 6 months and be a sex offender forever, who cares let's do this! So the deterrent threshold is met in my opinion.

The real question is, is he irredeemable? And that's where you have to try to get a sense of who he is, and where being a Stanford swimmer comes into play in my opinion. He doesn't just happen to "swim real good", he had to work extremely hard at it (and academically as well). I think it means he's less likely to be a sociopath - you don't get to swim at Stanford if you're someone who is incapable of following the rules of society.

That's also where the drunken freshman factor comes into play for me. And this is all theorizing, but an elite swimmer with Olympic hopes probably had very strict parents - you don't become a good mid distance swimmer without extreme discipline, so there's a chance he never had a drink before college. Then you get to college and alcohol and women are everywhere.

I was a swimmer in college, I never had a drink before I got there. The first event the team had was in theory supposed to be a "workout", but when we got to the event, there was a keg and alcohol pressed on the freshmen until several threw up. The upperclassmen found it funny (and I did as well the next few years as an upperclassman). So you're a freshman, you're suddenly hammered and have no idea how to handle your liquor, and there's all these hookups happening. And men are taught to initiate these encounters and constantly push the envelope (this is just true; try being a man waiting for a woman to approach you and see how much success you have).

Again, the standard here is reasonable doubt, so I see it as a drunk freshman who's suddenly learning that some women might like having sex with him, but only if he initiates everything. He makes out with a girl who's blackout drunk, and takes things way too far.

I think the punishment is too severe, mostly because I don't see a drunk 18 year old thrust into that culture who did a terrible thing as totally irredeemable. It's also because, as others have said, the majority of the punishment happens outside the 6 month jail term, even ignoring the social media hate that's following him around too.

The registered sex offender and felon status he'll carry with him for the rest of his life means many of the opportunities formerly open to him are closed forever. There's nothing he can do to change his status. As an 18 year old it's illegal for him to go back to his high school and there are large areas where he is prevented from going. Most companies will never hire him due to the "Have you ever been convicted of a felony?" screening question. His life is ruined. But people want more.

It's interesting to me that liberals are quick to talk about how laws in this country are so extreme and how we have an incarceration/recidivism problem, but that sex crimes bring out such bloodlust. I'd hope we could be more forgiving generally. And yes, I'd have no problem with a longer jail sentence (say 1-2 years) if the sex offender status was something that could be forgiven over time for a first offender.

Tonus, MMO Champion 12 Comments [10/3/2018 1:53:37 PM]
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Quote# 2657

[Reviewing FSTDT.com]

Through their curiosity and yes even anger and hatred towards us G-d is allowing us to witness to them and to give them boblical food for thought. So as many laugh and crack jokes about it some will actually qeustion further and even some of those will find truth in what we talk about here. Isn't G-d amazing

Pendragon, Rapture Ready 25 Comments [8/17/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 140759

Trauma is what you make of it, in most cases. In our culture of hyper-victimization, the trauma is many times worse than it would be in a culture that promotes having the strength to simply overcome adversity.

Rape itself - in most cases - is not nearly as traumatic as many, many other crimes. It's basically just sex that you don't want to have. Really, it's far from the worst that can happen to you. But we've made it into something different - something much worse than it actually is. That's the real 'rape culture' - this perpetuation of self-victimization and appeals to authority.

Of course there are many different types of rape. Some are worse than others. Violent, damaging rape is much worse than simple forced penetration. We treat them the same, we treat all of them as though they're the worst thing that could happen. It's insulting to victims of the most destructive rapes, and it's a destructive ideology itself.

Underverse, MMO Champion 9 Comments [10/3/2018 12:39:47 PM]
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Quote# 49001

(Picture of Horsehead Nebula)

Take a look at this picture. Aesthetically, it is beautiful; but epistemologically, it is a testimony to what sin can do. A nebula, the shell of a star that once housed an angel. An angel that chose to "leave his first estate" and come here to cohabit with the women. It now serves as a warning beacon to any other angel that may want to follow in their steps. Aesthetically beautiful, hamartologically ugly - ugly as sin.

(Picture of Grand Canyon)


AV1611VET, Christian forums 68 Comments [10/8/2008 9:52:29 PM]
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Submitted By: Ray

Quote# 140758

You don't get it. She says that if you go that far with someone that will fuck you no matter what, you can't say no. It just won't work and there's not much you can do other than physically push the other person away (which in most cases won't work for obvious physical reasons). Not all men can switch their primal instincts to procreate off at will. You have to have the mental fortitude as a woman to decide whether you'll go that far before you actually do. It is exactly why she's saying drinking equivalently with men is not about "equal rights" it's about avoiding stupid situations where a "no, i've changed my mind" won't make everything go away. Let's face it, when you add alcohol to the equation, all reasons get thrown out the window.

Renedric, MMO Champion 15 Comments [10/3/2018 6:04:11 AM]
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Quote# 140743

Eight Years of Bliss With the Father

So He moved me into the next experience and level of relationship with His Father beyond where I had been with Him as the Son of God. I did not know that it could get any greater, but for the next eight years, I would start to have continual encounters, not only with Jesus face to face but now also with the Father. They had both come to make their abode and living arrangements with me as Jesus had said in the book of John:
Jesus answered and said unto him, If a man love me, he will keep my words: and my Father will love him, and we will come unto him, and make our abode with him (John 14:23).

David Taylor, My Trip to Heaven: Face to Face with Jesus 5 Comments [10/3/2018 12:33:27 PM]
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Submitted By: Denizen

Quote# 140712

God Commands Believers to Love One Another in Sincerity, With a Pure Heart, Fervently

The sinful man from 1st Corinthians 5:1-5 repented, and wanted to come back to church. Paul tells the church in 2nd Corinthians to forgive and let the man return, lest he be overwhelmed with grief and sorrow...

2nd Corinthians 2:4-7, “For out of much affliction and anguish of heart I wrote unto you with many tears; not that ye should be grieved, but that ye might know the love which I have more abundantly unto you. But if any have caused grief, he hath not grieved me, but in part: that I may not overcharge you all. Sufficient to such a man is this punishment, which was inflicted of many. So that contrariwise ye ought rather to forgive him, and comfort him, lest perhaps such a one should be swallowed up with overmuch sorrow.”

I actually apologized in 2017 to the shameful neo-evangelical pastors of Harvest, merely because I was so lonely for fellowship with a local church (as messed up as they all are at Harvest). I figured I would fit right in, since we are all messed up to some degree. But no, there are no second chances at Harvest. And besides, at this point if they ever took me back, the people in the church world hate me, because their pastors fail to teach them to love, forgive, let go and restore broken relationships. If professed Christians refuse to love one another, as the Lord commands, then that is on them.

The pastors and church members of Harvest Baptist Church on Guam, have shunned and punished me, ostracizing me, mocking me, putting me outside the gate with Jesus. I sincerely believe that is why their present pastor since 2000 is leaving for a cushy job in the states. I believe deep in his heart he KNOWS what he has done to me is very wrong. I took a stand for truth! I didn't apologize in 2017 because I had done anything wrong (as did the man in 1st Corinthians), I apologized for not being more patient with new-evangelicals!!! The truth is that THEY owe me a big apology, and moreover, God Himself for betraying the Gospel and the verbal inspiration of God's Word. For me to apologize to them is like casting pearl before swine, which is what I did, because desperate people do desperate things.

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Precious 11 Comments [10/1/2018 6:50:00 AM]
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Quote# 140732

Protecting the children from degenerate influences

You can minimise the chances of them being affected by this by raising them in a disciplined and refined environment while nurturing maximum logical and critical thinking skills. Condemn stupid and disorderly behaviour at every opportunity. Exposing them to the brutal realities of the world (e.g dark world events, threats to child well-being) helps too. Be careful not to excessively expose them, as you do not want to emotionally scar them.

Disable all television channels (modern television is almost entirely manipulative and/or degenerate poison) and restrict their internet activity (especially sites with user-generated content such as YouTube, as many of the contributors on there are degenerates and/or simple-minded).
Try and get them interested in certain video games instead. Particularly ones that focus on survival and/or resistance against aggressors. Anything that helps engender an 'us and them' mentality is desirable. It is not recommended to allow them access to violent video games until they are around eight or nine years old, as they may not yet understand the difference between moral right and wrongs or fantasy from reality, and this could cause serious problems.

What do you think of this method?

Survivalist866, Stormfront 20 Comments [10/1/2018 8:05:03 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 140749

Jesus dinned with sinners. Correct. I'm glad He did or I'd have lonely meals.
He still said Sin no more. He never condoned our sins.

Marriage is a Sacrament, a covenant, that cannot be broken as you said. But Jesus also very clearly articulated marriage between a man an woman in Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition. "He didn't make a treatise on the definition of marriage" He did, here is part of it.. you can read more in the Catechism:

1601 "The matrimonial covenant, by which a man and a woman establish between themselves a partnership of the whole of life, is by its nature ordered toward the good of the spouses and the procreation and education of offspring; this covenant between baptized persons has been raised by Christ the Lord to the dignity of a sacrament."84
1602 Sacred Scripture begins with the creation of man and woman in the image and likeness of God and concludes with a vision of "the wedding-feast of the Lamb."85 Scripture speaks throughout of marriage and its "mystery," its institution and the meaning God has given it, its origin and its end, its various realizations throughout the history of salvation, the difficulties arising from sin and its renewal "in the Lord" in the New Covenant of Christ and the Church.86

So with the authority Jesus bestowed to compose infallible doctrine for us, He did in fact write it into law defining marriage for us. "a text above the Master who interprets it for all human beings, then and now" God is the Word, the word became flesh via Jesus, and then the Word became written via apostolic succession. The Master appointed and chooses the human beings who interpret it for us. His kingdom is built on a hierarchy both here and and in heaven. It's the only way to have unity and Full Communion with Him.

In terms of being welcoming and being generally kind, compassionate, and not judgmental, I have no quams with how you understand Jesus. But don't think God is a father without rules. SJW seeks to violate God's laws and instructions on how to live a moral life and get your soul into heaven. Condoning sin means you don't care about your neighbor's soul as long as he/she is happy and comfortable in this life. You were made for greatness, not comfort. We are all called to carry a cross.

Samsmith2, RELIGON 12 Comments [10/2/2018 6:48:23 AM]
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Quote# 140690

everyone is bound by Gods law and His judgement whether they believe it or not .... FYI .... the speed limit is a result of GODS LAW of motion and is by that LAW upon even those who suppress the truth in unrighteousness and deny God and His law .... and the consequences are jail in this world .... and death if you go to fast and have to turn too sharp to avoid a wall or cliff or another car .... WHICH if you are in a car ..... REQUIRES you to have FAITH that the other drivers will follow the LAW of both God and men ............ so they are not even exempt from having a faith ..... "Not everyone is bound by your faith." ... they SURELY ARE as i have just explained ...........

Amos Moses, Christian News Network 19 Comments [9/29/2018 4:40:19 PM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 92984

"Anyway, I think the main point is, that if one debates a creationist in public, they have to agree on things that can't be talked about."

I won't debate creationsim with anyone on TV or radio that won't first agree that we don't step outside of Genesis 1.

Once they get you outside of Genesis 1, the conversation is over; as they'll bring up the Fall, the Flood, the Grand Canyon, SN1987A, ERVs, varves, tree rings, ice cores, K-T boundary, sin nature, Adam's rib, Cain's wife, Hebrews in the desert, contradictions in the Bible, who wrote what, the Crusades, witch hunts, the Inquisition, was Jesus born in December, the order of events on Resurrection morning, definition of "kind", she bears mauling children, rape, incest, genocide, macroevolution, microevolultion, water canopy, abiogenesis, spontaneous generation, spontaneous combustion, the Ten Commandments, the fallibility of the Scriptures, was Mary a virgin, conflicting lineages in Matthew & Luke, Q, the 10 plagues, how did Judas die, the Filoque Controversy, and a few other things you guys like to bring up.

And that's just before the first commercial.

AV1611VET, Christianforums 44 Comments [4/9/2013 5:53:12 PM]
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Quote# 51579

A Grosse Pointe Farms woman has doled out political tricks by refusing Halloween treats to children whose parents support Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama.

Shirley Nagel passed out candy Friday — but only to those who shared her support for Republican presidential candidate John McCain and running mate Sarah Palin.

Fox 2 News says a sign posted outside Nagel's house, about 12 miles west of Detroit, served notice to all trick-or-treaters. It read: "No handouts for Obama supporters, liars, tricksters or kids of supporters."

Nagel tells WJBK-TV that "Obama's scary." When asked about children who'd been turned away empty-handed and crying, she said: "Oh well. Everybody has a choice."

Fax and phone messages were left today at numbers listed in Nagel's name.

Shirley Nagel, freep.com 54 Comments [11/7/2008 5:09:10 PM]
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Quote# 140747

So, would you bang your 7yo daugher, if she agreed with it? And there were no laws against it?

Probably not, because of genetic relation. But I would allow someone else to, if I grew up with them, knew that they were benevolent, understood their persona, experiences, and personality.

Underverse, MMO Champion 23 Comments [10/1/2018 5:25:46 PM]
Fundie Index: 14

Quote# 140678

In middle of this disgraceful absurd attack on Brett Kavqanaugh from leftist loonies bringing up lies from 36 yrs ago...I want to know...WHERE ARE OBAMA'S GIRLFRIENDS? Obama admits in his book he did lots of drugs, but never a problem w/any girlfriend? EVER/ Strange, huh?

Wayne Allyn Root, Twitter 17 Comments [9/30/2018 7:10:31 AM]
Fundie Index: 5
Submitted By: Chris

Quote# 140716

(=Yes this is the same Martin on Premier=)

Martin: God is your maker. Your parents had very little control over the process.

Sid Rumpo: Don't be ridiculous.

Martin: Just remember, you know God exists and He is your maker. Rather puts all your posts in context, those of a child waving his feeble fists around. Now that is ridiculous.

Martin, Archbisop Cranmer 6 Comments [9/30/2018 1:28:40 PM]
Fundie Index: 4
Submitted By: CC