Quote# 42201

[Just WOW]
I am not sure the anti-christ is a person at all. Many have described it as a movement, which I agree with. In fact, I believe that darwinian evolution in the anti-christ.

It appears as though no other movement in history has led people away from God the way that darwin has. The acceptance that we were not created, and merely evolved is the most dangerous ideology man has ever known and has the power to bring forth our destruction.

sunnyinmansfield, Chillicothe Gazette - Across Ohio Message Board 32 Comments [7/3/2008 3:06:20 PM]
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Quote# 45476

Robert, I am glad you have been reading the Bible and try to follow its teachings. But the Bible is far more than a set of guidelines. If it was merely a collection of documents and letters written by imperfect men using "poetic license," it would hardly be worth following. Why would anyone give their life and willingly face persecution, torture and death for its message, if it were nothing more than the opinions of imperfect people?

Yes, the words were written down by fallible humans. But behind the words stands the sovereign King of heaven and earth. He is more than capable of guiding people -- even those who don't know Him -- in ways that fit into His plan and timeline for all of humanity. That's why we see such amazing consistency -- a continuous thread of revelation throughout the Bible.

The historical record demonstrates the fulfillment and validity of Old Testament prophesies written hundreds of years earlier. (If you do an Internet search for Biblical prophesies, you will find several lists of prophetic Scriptures that were clearly fulfilled.) No human mind could foresee such events -- especially not the birth, birthplace, crucifixion and triumph of the promised Messiah -- our Savior and King.

May I suggest that next time you read your Bible, you pray that God open your eyes to see and know this wonderful Book as His personal message, inspired by the His Spirit, so that you might truly know and delight in His unchanging character and ways. As He tells us,

Berit Kjos, Kjos Ministries 22 Comments [8/20/2008 1:17:14 AM]
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Quote# 79783

The FBI in New York has reportedly arrested Theodore Shulman, a radical abortion rights campaigner with a long history of threatening pro-life activists, and charged him with making interstate threats against two abortion opponents who were not identified.

The 49-year-old Shulman was arrested on Thursday and was being held without bond at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City, according to pro-life activists who were alerted to Shulman's incarceration by federal investigators. An officer at the correctional center referred a calls about inmates to the public relations office, which is closed over the weekend.

"This is a huge relief to us that Ted Shulman is behind bars where he belongs," Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue, a prominent anti-abortion organization, said in a story on the group's website. "He often posted threatening comments to our website and called me on my cell phone too many times to count."
"He was always brazen in his threats and openly identified himself, telling us not to bother calling the FBI because they would never do anything for us," Sullenger said. "Thankfully, he was wrong about that."
For whatever reasons, Theodore Shulman -- who goes by Ted -- seemed to fixate on the issue of abortion rights and defined his activism by fierce and often extreme verbal attacks on pro-lifers that often threatened them with a violent end. He liked to allude to himself as the "first pro-choice terrorist" and started a blog called "Operation Counterstrike."

His mission statement says: "Right-to-lifism is murder, and ALL right-to-lifers are bloody-handed accessories. Swear it, believe it, proclaim it, and act on it."
It's not clear what Shulman may have done to push his actions and rhetoric across the line to alleged criminality. In its website report about Shulman's arrest Operation Rescue includes an audio recording of a threat to Cheryl Sullenger that the group says Shulman left on the group's voicemail:

"Hi Cheryl, I'm calling you to say you need to convert to pro-choice because your Maker is going to send an angel to gather you in very soon, and if you haven't converted to pro-choice by the time you get OFFED you will go to hell and burn!" the message says. "So quick, quick, quick -- convert to pro-choice during the few months you have left on this earth. Do it now!"

Theodore Shulman, Politics Daily 101 Comments [3/2/2011 6:10:36 AM]
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Quote# 121509

I've always been fascinated by storms. They are awesome in power and at times totally unpredictable. But one of the main reasons why storms fascinate me is due to a few scriptures I found, like this one from the book of Nahum 1:3:

"The LORD is slow to get angry, but his power is great, and he never lets the guilty go unpunished. He displays his power in the whirlwind and the storm. The billowing clouds are the dust beneath his feet."

This is what Isaiah says about storms:

"From the LORD of hosts you will be punished with thunder and earthquake and loud noise, With whirlwind and tempest and the flame of a consuming fire." Isaiah 29:6

And Jeremiah 4:13 says:

"Behold, he goes up like clouds, And his chariots like the whirlwind; His horses are swifter than eagles. Woe to us, for we are ruined!"

These verses all tell us that God often uses storms - hurricanes, tornadoes and other severe weather phenomenon - to execute His judgments in the Earth. That brings us to this latest hurricane to hit America: Hurricane Hermine.

Some interesting facts and observations I've made about Hurricane Hermine:

*The Norwegian version of Hermine is the name Hermione. This just so happens to be the name of the main female character in the Harry Potter books and movies: Hermione Granger.

*According to the Harry Potter universe, Hermione, being a witch, officially entered Hogswarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry on September 1st 1991. Hurricane Hermine hits Florida on September 1st, 2016.

*Hermione is the feminine Greek variant of the name Hermine, and is believed to mean 'to travel.' The masculine form of this name is Herman, which means 'soldier.' So it's safe to call this particular Hurricane 'the traveling soldier.'

**My personal take: this is a judgment storm. Particularly one sent by God against the spiritual forces of witchcraft in the land. Witchcraft in the Bible is associated with darkness, demonic forces, casting spells, and basically using the power and knowledge of evil spirits to gain an advantage over others.

And God totally forbids it, as it always comes with devastating effects and consequences. Plus, the power of Jesus Christ is far more superior than anything that witchcraft can produce.

*I talk more about the powers of witchcraft in my 2 ebooks: 'Diva Goddess Queen: Breaking the Power of Soul Ties, Lust and Sexual Demons' - and 'Hedonism: Destroying Demonic Sexual Strongholds.' Both are available for immediate download right now.*

It's also interesting to note that Florida, where Hurricane Hermine is landing, currently hosts a town that's known worldwide as the psychic capital of the world: Cassadaga, FL; where over half of the town's residents are psychics, necromancers, occult healers and such.

America along with the rest of the English-speaking world just recently went ape-bananas over the release of the latest installment of the Harry Potter book series. Which currently sits on top of the bestseller lists.

Harry Potter is a series of books - which some say are the most successful books ever published in history - that specifically targets and teaches little children the fundamentals and the workings of witchcraft. Some of those are real spells in those books and movies; so be aware of that if you're into reading that sort of thing.

I also find it interesting that much of the English nations are currently dealing with some type of strange weather occurrence or natural phenomenon: like England that's currently being slammed by Hurricane Gaston; and a major earthquake that just struck off the coast of New Zealand earlier today.

Did we think God Himself wouldn't take notice of how people have brazenly championed witchcraft and its usage - especially among children?

Like I said: just making a few interesting observations. I can observe, can't I???

Never for one second think that God doesn't care what we're up to, or that He's not taking notice. This is HIS world ultimately: like it or not. And it always goes best in humanity's favor when we respect God by doing things His way, instead of our own.

If you're into witchcraft, sorcery, magic or the occult - there's a power far more superior than all these that makes the world of the occult seem like child's play in comparison. And that power belongs to Jesus Christ.

Yes He's a real figure from history, and yes He's alive today. And so is His power. All other power in this universe is trumped by the superior power that comes with that name. Whether it's aliens, djinns, shadow people, demons, familiars, fairies, spirits, angels or ghosts: they all must bow to the greater power that Jesus and His name carries.

So leave the witchcraft and occult stuff alone, and come on over where the real power is! Just thought I'd put the invite out there. ;-)

Mack Major, Facebook 35 Comments [9/8/2016 3:04:42 AM]
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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 67 Comments [5/27/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 40484

(Fundie's attempt at sarcasm)

Yeah it's sorta like that standard BABBLE about all live things came from dead things and that all of something came from nothing.

And oh yeah, all of us came from idiot apes who left no trace of their civilizations anywhere in the world. They show it to us in cartoons and a big tooth they picked up along the equator and tell us it's true. Just have an imagination. That is true science - don't you stupid creationist dolts know anything?

Just remember - you person who believes in God. You are inferior and have no FREEDOM to think otherwise.

bdn2004, J-Walk Blog 32 Comments [6/5/2008 7:00:29 AM]
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Quote# 62062

I remember a few years ago a friend and I were walking through a mall and here is some kid about 17. Undoubtedly a 17 year old online atheist character like most of you and he is wearing a shirt prominently displaying something like *beep* Jesus ~ Evil Rules'.
Anyways, after convincing ourselves we really did see what we saw we doubled back and blatantly reread his shirt before we went over to 'ask him' to take it off immediately.
We didn't get a chance as he was already aware we were going to be putting and end to his t-shirt, got very nervous and scuttled behind a kiosk and did a disappearing act we figure down a maintenance hallway.

But Im quite seriously offering our own little 17 year old suburban american marylin manson teenager some helpful advice. If he does get caught defacing a Bible or wearing t-shirts proclaiming such things there is a very realistic possibility he will get seriously beaten down in public one day.
Rather than guffawing away at me - you ought to thank me for giving this kid some advice that might save him a lot of pain and suffering.

OriginalBigWhite, IMDB 121 Comments [5/6/2009 3:15:24 AM]
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Quote# 97650

Chelsea is a Clinton. She bears the taint; and though not prosecutable in law, in custom and nature the taint cannot be ignored. All the great despotisms of the past — I’m not arguing for despotism as a principle, but they sure knew how to deal with potential trouble — recognized that the families of objectionable citizens were a continuing threat. In Stalin’s penal code it was a crime to be the wife or child of an “enemy of the people”. The Nazis used the same principle, which they called Sippenhaft, “clan liability”. In Imperial China, enemies of the state were punished “to the ninth degree”: that is, everyone in the offender’s own generation would be killed, and everyone related via four generations up, to the great-great-grandparents, and four generations down, to the great-great-grandchildren, would also be killed. (This sounds complicated, but in practice what usually happened was that a battalion of soldiers was sent to the offender’s home town, where they killed everyone they could find, on the principle neca eos omnes, deus suos agnoscet — “let God sort ‘em out”.)
We don’t, of course, institutionalize such principles in our society, and a good thing too. Our humanity and forbearance, however, has a cost. The cost is, that the vile genetic inheritance of Bill and Hillary Clinton may live on to plague us in the future. It isn’t over, folks. Dr. Nancy Snyderman, a “friend of the family” (how much money did she give them?) is quoted as saying that Chelsea shows every sign of following her parents into politics. “She’s been bred for it,” avers Dr. Snyderman. Be afraid: be very afraid.

John Derbyshire, The National Review 33 Comments [11/15/2013 4:02:31 AM]
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Quote# 66636

(Someone commented on religious brainwashing)

Teaching your children the Truth does not qualify as brainwashing. Truth is not decided by a majority vote--just because the atheists and the secular humanists are? too plentiful does not make them right.

littlelily613, YouTube 27 Comments [10/24/2009 12:12:37 AM]
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Submitted By: Jordan
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Quote# 130366

As my view from other threads has been raised, I think it is important to note that while discussion naturally gravitates to Joshua 10, it is more important for me to follow the cosmology of biblical revelation as a whole, which can only be understood as geocentric. The creation itself is geocentric; the poetic descriptions of the Psalms assume it; numerous phenomena in the histories and prophets only make sense on the basis of it; and there is of course nothing which suggests an alternate view. Moreover, science has done nothing to disprove it.

I feel no necessity to re-evaluate or reformulate biblical revelation in the light of hypotheses which themselves are undergoing continual re-evaluation and reformulation. I also see no need to attempt to alter the Bible to make it look credible in the eyes of the scientific community. There are pertinent philosophical considerations which limit the scope of empirical science, and allow us to hold to the biblical view even when it conflicts with the observations of men. Our aim should always be to let the Bible speak for itself, and to accept its message regardless of how it is judged by others.

MW, Puritan Board 4 Comments [8/10/2017 3:24:41 PM]
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Quote# 29334

For starters, let's talk about the age of the Earth. This is important to better understand both topics. Okay, many scientists (and almost all scientists that write textbooks) think that the Earth is billions of years old. This helps them say that dinosaurs existed a long time ago and then became extinct and it helps to make the evolution myth more believable (they think that if they give "nothingness" enough time, something will emerge, and we have bought this myth as a culture.) Okay, but the Earth is not billions of years old, and I can prove it using the Bible. For those of you who have read your Bible, then you know that there are several books of the bible "Genesis, Chronicles, Matthew and Luke, etc" that have pages full of begats (Genesis 11:10, for example says, "These [are] the generations of Shem: Shem [was] an hundred years old, and begat Arphaxad two years after the flood.") So, anyway, because the Bible tells how old people were before they had their children and it lists the generations in a successive line from Adam (who was the first man) until Jesus (who we know was born roughly 2000 years ago), all we have to do is add up the genealogies, and we can figure up how old the Earth is because according to the Bible, we were created on the 6th day of creation. So if you add up the successive genealogies, then the Earth is approximately 6,000 years old.

Crystal, Myspace blog 42 Comments [9/26/2007 8:05:40 AM]
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Quote# 55545

[On a graph showing number of people killed by God vs. by Satan in the Bible.]

God killed the people during the flood that were under the influence of Satan so it’s Satan’s fault that God killed them. :P

Klishu, Graphjam 41 Comments [1/3/2009 6:42:26 PM]
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Quote# 134264

I wish the Kiwifarms wasn't so regressive sometimes and that they could respect trans people so they could listen to us and actually talk to us about stupid shit. In addition, I think we should poke fun at trans cows for more reasons than them being trans. Locria, I feel is a great example, she'd be hilarious even if she was cis.

Making fun of trannies isn't regressive.

We have plenty of real life trannies on here and nobody gives them grief about it unless they start waving it around in an attention-seeking manner.

Being trans isn't the reason we make fun of tranny lolcows. It's more in how ridiculous their supposed transgenderism is, or how they chimp out.

Varg Did Nothing Wrong, Kiwi Farms 6 Comments [11/17/2017 3:01:29 AM]
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Quote# 99304

Before civilizations crumble, the last thing to hit the fan is government-sponsored, government-forced, homosexuality, sodomy, and pedophilia. Homosexuality is a psychiatric disorder and probably the worst sin described in the Holy Bible due to the permanent damage caused to what was or is or might have been a temple of the Spirit. The consequences are said to be nothing short of eternal damnation, by choice. It's a shame that the US military, historically known to be a beacon of morality and religious tolerance and freedom, while the civilian sector has engaged in immorality, is now having its nose shoved in the dirt of filth to make the Sinners-in-Chief in the highest echelons of politics--the perverts, the pedophiles, and the psychiatrically ill--feel better about themselves.

Retired Military Chaplain Jim Linzey, Christian News Wire 45 Comments [2/11/2014 4:22:03 AM]
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Quote# 17248

[Re: fixing his blown TV]

I took you guys advice and changed the batteries in my remote. Hoping this was the problem. It didn't help.

I had my TV cleaned and dusted. This to didn't help.
It got so bad until I couldn't watch TV. It would go on and off, volume up and down, so I had almost given up. When as a last resort thing I decided to exorcist my set.

Please don't laugh? I was at my wits end and had become a bit scared that maybe I was dealing with a real ghost, demon are whatever. So I looked on the net for a how to, then I put oil on it and prayed, and waited.

The next morn, it did the same thing again, then quit, just like that, its been over a month and nothing unusual. What happened, I surely don't know, did the prayer help, maybe. Hopefully this will be the end of my little story.

ohappyday, Rapture Ready 42 Comments [11/20/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 19327

As I thumbed my way through the pages of "The God Delusion", a question dropped into my head. Does Richard Dawkins really exist?

Being a scientific and rational person, I decided that I wasn't going to just accept any old theory on this question. If Richard Dawkins exists, then I would need to be shown the proper evidence for it. Others can have their own superstitious beliefs, based on who-knows-what, but I would only be convinced by empirical science. If there is a Dawkins, why hasn't he shown himself to me?

David Anderson, David Anderson's Homepage 64 Comments [1/12/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 68747

[Hate mail to Richard Dawkins]

From John Doe:

Dawkins, you and your atheist friends cannot win. America WILL become a Christian Republic even if we have to write a whole new constitution. Millions of us are dedicated to this righteous cause. We will suceed. And then we will invade godless countries like "Great" Britain and kill all of your heathens. First we need to take care of things at home and in the Middle East but we will get around to Europe. You Godless freaks will die but then you will roast in hell for infinite time. Goodbye you loser.

"John Doe", RichardDawkins.net 67 Comments [12/18/2009 1:37:30 PM]
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Quote# 15576

"The book [Farenheight 451] had a bunch of very bad language in it," Diana Verm said. "It shouldn't be in there because it's offending people. ... If they can't find a book that uses clean words, they shouldn't have a book at all."

Alton Verm filed a "Request for Reconsideration of Instructional Materials" Thursday with the district regarding "Fahrenheit 451," written by Ray Bradbury and published in 1953. He wants the district to remove the book from the curriculum.

"It's just all kinds of filth," said Alton Verm, adding that he had not read "Fahrenheit 451." "The words don't need to be brought out in class. I want to get the book taken out of the class."

He looked through the book and found the following things wrong with the book: discussion of being drunk, smoking cigarettes, violence, "dirty talk," references to the Bible and using God's name in vain. He said the book's material goes against their religions beliefs. The Verms go to Grand Parkway Church in Porter.

Alton Berm, Houstion Community Newspapers 128 Comments [10/3/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 51795



Don't let the Liberals ever compromise your beliefd!!!!. Cling to your Bibles and most importantly your GUNS!! Fight the Gaustopo Socialist, Marxist BASTARDS that would sell you out to the enemies of this nation just to be more progressive.

F_ck the Liberals that will sell this coutry out to the enimie!!

Obamanation will never be my President, just as Bush was never the traitors to this country's President!!

JOEVIKING, FreeConservatives 79 Comments [11/8/2008 4:14:08 AM]
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Quote# 123224

Seriously, why don't people just kill pro-lifers already? They're wastes of skin and oxygen. They deserve it for all the terrible things they've done to women.

NeoMatrix, FSTDT 35 Comments [12/23/2016 11:20:55 PM]
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