someone

Paducah, KY

#21 Aug 4, 2011
science is delightful wrote:
What do you mean by "you people"? You do know that's judgment, so that's another "horrible sin" you just committed. But don't worry, because it's just fine to ask for forgiveness and feel no real guilt anymore. That's what church is, right? A place where child molesters, rapists (Thomas is both) among others can congregate. It's like a huge AA meeting, but with so much blind ignorance it's pathetic.

Yes, I question the salvation because I can. I'd rather be shunned and have my kids in a safer environment than live a lie with pedophiles who probably have bugged the teaching rooms with cameras.
BTW Jenny and her kids did attend church there. And after (Tommy) did this she was asked to leaver by the preacher. All because he needed god more. I know this for a fact because I attended there to at the time and did not agree with it and left the church myself. The church showed up at court with him and ignored her. That is wrong, she was treated as if it was her fought what happened. Boy that's a church I want to attend. Oh and Tommys wife and kids were there when he molested a 8 year old little girl. Don't take my word it's all public record!
just me

Kirksey, KY

#22 Aug 4, 2011
Church Member wrote:
Why is everyone on this forum such a busy body. You're like a bunch of old ladies that just sit around discussing everyone else's business. Every topic I have read on this forum is full of whoremongering. I feel that the majority of the people on this forum are a bunch of pathetic low lives that need to get a life. I am not just talking about this particular topic either; it's pretty much all of the topics. I could just randomly choose a topic from the forum selection and find nothing but no-it-alls discussing things that they know absolutely nothing about in the first place. Get a life.
You seem to be guilty of the exact same thing, Mr./Mrs. Know it all. You're a church member so that proves it, you DO know it all or at least you think you do. HA!
complicated

United States

#23 Aug 4, 2011
I can imagine that they'd be hurt by having to leave, but chances are if Thomas didn't go to church there, not many other churches would accept him or his family. The victims family, however, is much more likely to be able to go to church anywhere they want.
J Luckey

Kirksey, KY

#24 Aug 4, 2011
Whats sad in this forum is the amount of judging coming from ALL parties.
Yes, we are all SINNERS. Yes, I would hope God would forgive me for my sins and all of yours.
I would feel uneasy about my children being close to a convicted child molester, ANY child molester not just Tommy. And by me saying that, it doesn't mean I am judging him, it means I worry about the safty of my children. He was judged in a court of law and proven guilty. Does he regret what he did? I don't know. I do know that people can hide their wants and desires away from the world and they can seem perfectly normal until that one day when they finally snap.
And with all of this being said..... God is the only one that will judge each and every one of us in the end.
Oh and unlike the others on here, I'm not hiding my name. So, go ahead and judge me for the way I feel. I've ALWAYS said "To each his own."
Janice Parcell

Scottsdale, AZ

#25 Aug 4, 2011
science is delightful wrote:
What do you mean by "you people"? You do know that's judgment, so that's another "horrible sin" you just committed. But don't worry, because it's just fine to ask for forgiveness and feel no real guilt anymore. That's what church is, right? A place where child molesters, rapists (Thomas is both) among others can congregate. It's like a huge AA meeting, but with so much blind ignorance it's pathetic.
Yes, I question the salvation because I can. I'd rather be shunned and have my kids in a safer environment than live a lie with pedophiles who probably have bugged the teaching rooms with cameras.
So are you still banging on the kids' doors late night and whipping the wifey with your cane to get her to submit to what you like?
Let us know. Your halo is so bright it's really hard to get through your pornographic post.

Maybe you should just use one of your big protective devices in your mouth to end your suffering? You seem to be just an island of remorse and sadness.

You poor man. I question you .... because I can. Doesn't that just make your anal muscles twitch with gladness?
science is delightful

Mayfield, KY

#26 Aug 4, 2011
Janice Parcell wrote:
<quoted text>
So are you still banging on the kids' doors late night and whipping the wifey with your cane to get her to submit to what you like?
Let us know. Your halo is so bright it's really hard to get through your pornographic post.
Maybe you should just use one of your big protective devices in your mouth to end your suffering? You seem to be just an island of remorse and sadness.
You poor man. I question you .... because I can. Doesn't that just make your anal muscles twitch with gladness?
My wife prefers my hand as the handprint looks sexy when she looks in the mirror at that red behind of hers and knows she's dominated and secure.

You shouldn't be questioning me, you should be questioning your own self-worth and decide that maybe wishing for someone else's death isn't very humane. Did you know that with your name posted, if I turned up dead and had the topic up on this laptop, you, yourself, could be convicted? Granted that's not the case, but perhaps you should choose your words on the internet. Remember, once it's on the internet, it's there for good.
complicated

United States

#27 Aug 4, 2011
I agree with J Luckey. As a parent, it is a concern. But I know FOR A FACT that the childrens classes are well supervised. And I'd much rather him be in an enviroment were people are aware of his past than to cast him out and have him enter into a congregation where no one knows anything about him.
He needs to be in church somewhere, instead of not at all with no chance of spiritual rehabilitation. God can heal all kinds of mental and physical sickness
someone

Paducah, KY

#28 Aug 4, 2011
complicated wrote:
I agree with J Luckey. As a parent, it is a concern. But I know FOR A FACT that the childrens classes are well supervised. And I'd much rather him be in an enviroment were people are aware of his past than to cast him out and have him enter into a congregation where no one knows anything about him.
He needs to be in church somewhere, instead of not at all with no chance of spiritual rehabilitation. God can heal all kinds of mental and physical sickness
I tell you what ..... Let's try this! Do you have children? If so, leave them with him. You don't know what he thinks when he goes home. He could be pleasing himself while thinking of your child. Until it has happened to your child it's hard for you to understand. Why don't you try to talk to jenn or her daughter and they can tell you their every day battles. My problem is that he is treated with respect from people with small kids and the fact is (if they are truthful) they would kill him if it happened to their child. I have lots of respect for jenn because she controlled herself. But the pain he has caused that family is unbelievable. My opinion is he lost any respect he could be givin the night he took that child's innocents!
someone

Paducah, KY

#29 Aug 4, 2011
complicated wrote:
I can imagine that they'd be hurt by having to leave, but chances are if Thomas didn't go to church there, not many other churches would accept him or his family. The victims family, however, is much more likely to be able to go to church anywhere they want.
It's still not right. Just imagine if it was you!
complicated

United States

#30 Aug 4, 2011
Its NOT right! And I never said it was. I also never said that I could begin to fully understand this mothers pain. In fact, none of us can unless we've been there.
This has absolutely NOTHING to do with having respect for him as a person. Nothing about that is respectable on his part, but I do respect the Lord. I can't imagine if my child grew up to do something like that. The fact remains that they'd still be my child, and I'd still love them. I don't think that Our heavenly Father would deny him salvation if he has cried out to the Lord. And NONE of us here know whether he has or hasn't.
I do have children and knowing the child care workers as I do I full heartedly trust them to care for my child. If I didn't, they wouldn't be there.
judge not

Hardin, KY

#31 Aug 4, 2011
I think that God is good. No matter what. I also think that if you don't go to our church you really don't have a right to say anything at all about the way we conduct things.
judge not

Hardin, KY

#32 Aug 4, 2011
why would you disagree? Would you want me blasting my opinions on the internet about your home, or church if I had NEVER EVEN BEEN THERE? no, you would be all..how dare you! you don't know what goes on in my life and it's none of your business..blah blah blah...same thing applies here. If you don't attend our church, then stop worrying about it.
Try to Love

Kirksey, KY

#33 Aug 4, 2011
judge not wrote:
Jesus said to forgive...not once or twice, but many many times. Why are you so worried about our church? If you don't go there, or have kids there....then shut up. No one is forcing you to come join.
Wow, you seem like a very angry hateful person. Aren't you supposed to be a happy Christian and love everybody and try to show them right from wrong? It seems like you're very selfish with this wonderful church, like you don't want people to join, like you want to keep it all to yourself. Wouldn't Mr. Wirt want everyone to join?
judge not

Hardin, KY

#34 Aug 4, 2011
keep it to myself? that makes no sense whatsoever...I didn't tell anyone to not come to cfbc..I said that no one is being forced to join. No one is being forced to be in a situation where they wouldn't feel comfortable. your comment is not only off topic, but it doesn't pertain to anything I said. obviously we want people to come and be a part of our church, but what I said was that if someone has a problem with something there, then they don't have to attend that church. plain and simple.
amazing

Mayfield, KY

#35 Aug 5, 2011
yeah this stuff is hilarious. just behead him and be done with it. the world is better off without that kind of scum.
Loving life

United States

#37 Aug 6, 2011
science is delightful wrote:
I love how Baptists and many christians think.. Claiming that hiring a convicted child molestor is just fine since he cried a little or put his hands in the ay-er. People never truly change;They only find new ways to hide.
I can totally agree with you, for not believing this man should be around children! I wouldn't want him around my children either! People do change however! I took prescription meds for years and it took me forever to get my life straighten out! I've now been clean for years! I have no desire to ever return to my old ways! Sober life is way more exciting! Just saying... People do change!
Church Member

Hardin, KY

#38 Aug 6, 2011
just me wrote:
<quoted text> You seem to be guilty of the exact same thing, Mr./Mrs. Know it all. You're a church member so that proves it, you DO know it all or at least you think you do. HA!
How old are you? I'm guessing that you post on this forum quite a bit considering you are so defensive over my opinion of this forum as a whole. I am not guilty of the same thing Thomas is. I also do not know him very well. One thing I do know about him is that he is an Iraq war veteran. Is that why everyone on this topic is hiding their names?
judge not

Hardin, KY

#39 Aug 6, 2011
Church Member wrote:
<quoted text>
How old are you? I'm guessing that you post on this forum quite a bit considering you are so defensive over my opinion of this forum as a whole. I am not guilty of the same thing Thomas is. I also do not know him very well. One thing I do know about him is that he is an Iraq war veteran. Is that why everyone on this topic is hiding their names?
they weren't accusing you being guilty of the same thing that Thomas is, they were accusing you of being guilty of thinking you know everything. Also, no one is hiding their names because he is an Iraq war veteran. I don't think it matters why anyone hides their names, we all do it because it's topix. There's always the same comments about people owning up and saying who they are, but no one does usually. The bottom line is that I don't care what he did, I'm defending the church as a whole. We have an amazing church, with a caring Pastor, and wonderful people there. We accept all people, regardless of their past. I think that means a lot considering that almost everyone has felt judged and ashamed of things they have done. I'm not saying that what he did was right, in fact, I think it's very sick, and very wrong. But, the church's "motives" should not have ever been in the equation. Say what you will about whoever you feel the need to talk about, but don't criticize an amazing church with a heart and passion for God. You are all more than welcome to come join us and see for yourselves how we conduct our services.
long legs short temper

Addison, IL

#40 Aug 6, 2011
Church Member wrote:
<quoted text>
How old are you? I'm guessing that you post on this forum quite a bit considering you are so defensive over my opinion of this forum as a whole. I am not guilty of the same thing Thomas is. I also do not know him very well. One thing I do know about him is that he is an Iraq war veteran. Is that why everyone on this topic is hiding their names?
Names do not matter. He could have been molesting kids over there too and no one would have cared. Soldiers abuse their power due to boredom all the time, but I digress... our names aren't the problem here. It's his name that stirs up the pot. His actions that put him where he was today. He doesn't deserve redemption without instituted into a mental facility where he can't harm anyone for at least 20 years. I think churches have just a bit too much power based on the comments throughout this thread.
Everyone is Anonymous

Kirksey, KY

#41 Aug 6, 2011
First, I realize what I'm about to say makes me a hypocrite. I am a sinner, and I will be judged for my actions one day, not all accounts will be settled here on Earth. That being said...

Anonymity. Its such a perfect shield, a nigh impenetrable armour. Capable of withstanding crushing blows to one's own integrity while being able to crush the integrity of others. When we don this mythril mail, we act as gods ourselves, casting judgements upon one another, firing piercing arrows from the heavens themselves to destroy those who would stand in the way of our own inflated egos, which, by the way, cannot be deflated by the fact that we hide behind scripts and coding, never having to truly face our 'opponents'.

But does it ever bother you though, fellow Topixians, that one day you will be faced with that which you have brought unto this world yourselves? And I'm not strictly talking about a Divine conviction, where we will face the judgement seat for a lifetime of constant blasphemy (that includes the Christians too!*thumbs up*).

This man that some of you have seemed to have re-convicted of the same crime, the one he has sought to turn around his life for. Who is he? Does he know you? Do you know him? I mean you have heard of him, but do you KNOW him?

Some of you have suggested the maiming and killing be done to the man who our court system has already deemed fit to punish for you. Why? Are you an elected official of the law? Can you rewrite the law of the authority in which you serve under?

A pretty important guy from about 30 AD by the name of Yeshua, also known to English speaking folk as Jesus (who some of you will claim not to have existed, or claim he was not the Son of God) happened upon a mob, who had drug out a woman of sexual immorality, and they were going to kill her. Slowly. And painfully. You see, they were going to 'stone' this sinning harlot, this loose living lady of the evening. And this Yeshua, who had been prophesied about from MULTIPLE sources, even ones not uncluded in that collection of scrolls poems and historical documentation known world-wide as The Bible, posed this mob a proposition: "He who has not sinned, cast the first stone."

Now stop reading if I'm wrong, but did anyone throw a stone at her that day? My reading of this particular text suggests not.

Its been stated in these posts before; we all have made mistakes in our lives, we should all seek to make amends and change our lives for the better. At least that's what I think the point was trying to get across.

Another thing about Yeshua, he didn't just let the woman go. He told to sin no more. And as far as I have read about this already defamed individual, he has sinned no more.

So please, Christian,'Christane', agnostic, aethiest, or whoever you are, put down your stones. Walk away. Its not to late for you, to commit further sin on yourselves, from corrupting your own thoughts, your own feelings with hated, with vengence. For as you judge, you shall also be judged, and what measure you put in, it shall be given back to you.

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