Baaaaaaa

London, KY

#103 Jan 23, 2013
You don't follow anyone's lead? Ha ha, that is coming from a member of a religion that refers to you as a sheep.

Baaaaa, sheep, baaaaaaaaaaaa!
Shane wrote:
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If so, that wouldn't cause me any worry. If no one else in this nation is, was or ever would be a Christian, I'd still be one. I don't follow anyone's lead anyway.
multi

London, KY

#104 Jan 23, 2013
Polytheists around the world disagree.
Wrong wrote:
<quoted text>That is just stupid there is only one God.
Founders

London, KY

#105 Jan 23, 2013
"The motto on the money was an example of what our forefathers stood for which was God."

Many of the Founders were, of course, non-Christians. If they intended this to be a Christian nation, why is there no mention of Yahweh, Jesus, Christianity or the Bible in the Constitution?
Wrong wrote:
<quoted text>Are you an idiot that just looked all this up on the internet before you transcribed it? My point was that this nation was started for freedom of religion which was one of several reasons why. The motto on the money was an example of what our forefathers stood for which was God. So next time you try and be a smartass read the post at least three or four times, thats what it will take for you so you can get the point ok.
Historian

La Fayette, KY

#106 Jan 23, 2013
Big Cat wrote:
<quoted text>
And you would be wearing a turbin and your name would be Al-WTF.
Not necessarily. The turban worn in the Middle East is cultural, not religious. Most Muslim men do not wear them. A lot of people in the USA mistakenly think that because a man is wearing a turban he is a Muslim. It does not. Sikhs and some castes of Hindus also wear turbans.

As for the prefix "al-" in Arab names, the word means "the" in the same sense that the German honorific "von" means "The". Just as only a few high class German families are entitled to "von" in front of their names, only certain high class Arab families are entitled to it.
Shut up stupid

Pikeville, KY

#107 Jan 23, 2013
bob wrote:
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That's the preamble to the Declaration of Independence, not the Bill of Rights. Either way, why would Thomas Jefferson (the "they" you blindly refer to), who was a Deist, have been referring to Jesus? He wasn't Christian. The language was intentionally vague. "They" could have just as easily said "Jesus," and saved a little ink, if that's what "they" meant.
People who don't know the Puritans from the Founders, or the Declaration of Independence from the Bill of Rights, have no business trying to discuss history. This is elementary school material.
Don't forget bob Jesus was not the creator of anything. That would be God! To believe in God does not make you a Christian. I believe in God but don't think that the so called Christians have anything right.
Myster

Delbarton, WV

#108 Jan 24, 2013
Wrong wrote:
<quoted text>Are you an idiot that just looked all this up on the internet before you transcribed it? My point was that this nation was started for freedom of religion which was one of several reasons why. The motto on the money was an example of what our forefathers stood for which was God. So next time you try and be a smartass read the post at least three or four times, thats what it will take for you so you can get the point ok.
The nation wasn't started for religious freedom. Every colony (now states) started for a different reason. A few people went to New England and were escaping religous persecution. Of course, we know that after that, those same people persecuted everyone who did not believe exactly as they did and they even burned a few at the stake to bring home the point. Those people did not believe in religious freedom, they just wanted freedom to have their particular beliefs so that they could enforce those beliefs on everyone else. In that states where most of our ancestors migrated, people came for jobs or land or both. It had nothing to do with religion, but rather economics. Read the Constitution. The authors went out of their ways to keep religion out of it. They were smart guys. Also read the first amendment, which came later. The authors were specifically trying not to create a christian nation, or any other kind of government endorsed religion.
Historian

Hopkinsville, KY

#109 Jan 24, 2013
Shut up stupid wrote:
<quoted text> Don't forget bob Jesus was not the creator of anything. That would be God! To believe in God does not make you a Christian. I believe in God but don't think that the so called Christians have anything right.
According to the Christian theological idea of the "Trinity" God the Father, the Holy Spirit, and Jesus are all one in the same being. The idea of a Trinity was probably Greek in origin, as it has no previous base in Jewish belief. Hebrew (or Arabic or any other Semitic language) does not even have a word to express the concept of three persons in one being. Christians argued about it for 500 years or more after the the time of Jesus.

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#110 Jan 24, 2013
Wrong wrote:
<quoted text>You are so wrong and not to bright either. From the time this nation was started on the United States money it has
"In God We Trust". That is one of the reasons why our forefathers left England so we could have freedom of religion. So if you are trying to start an arguement know a little about the subject.
The very thing you mention (Freedom of Religion) is the exact thing that makes us not a Christian Nation. We are a Secular Nation. I'm not going to argue with you, or call you names. I'll simply suggest you "look up" the meaning of Secular Nation, and you will see by the defintion alone, that we are indeed a Secular Nation.
wtf

Pikeville, KY

#111 Jan 24, 2013
Big Cat wrote:
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And you would be wearing a turbin and your name would be Al-WTF.
And you would be educated and literate.
No Morals No Dogma

Hermitage, TN

#112 Jan 24, 2013
There are some Christians in amerika but the criminal empire known as amerika is indeed Satanic.

Most towns and cities in amerika are filled with Masonic Lodges which Albert Pike (a key Mason who wrote the Masonic primer "Morals and Dogma") admitted were Luciferian.

So you have a basic overlay that is Satanic and then when you get to the federal level, where these endless criminal wars are hatched against Iraq, Libya, Pakistan, Yemen and now Syria, slaughtering millions of men, women and children, you reach the highest levels of Satanic activity.

Satan is the author of war and amerika has been his servant for a very long time.
No Morals No Dogma

Hermitage, TN

#113 Jan 24, 2013
Many may claim to be "christians" in amerika but few actually make any real attempt to follow Jesus teachings.
WTF

Pikeville, KY

#114 Jan 24, 2013
it's not because there is no such thing as GOd
jfdhjfgjghjjj

London, KY

#115 Jan 24, 2013
Move to Libya then, crackpot
No Morals No Dogma wrote:
There are some Christians in amerika but the criminal empire known as amerika is indeed Satanic.
Most towns and cities in amerika are filled with Masonic Lodges which Albert Pike (a key Mason who wrote the Masonic primer "Morals and Dogma") admitted were Luciferian.
So you have a basic overlay that is Satanic and then when you get to the federal level, where these endless criminal wars are hatched against Iraq, Libya, Pakistan, Yemen and now Syria, slaughtering millions of men, women and children, you reach the highest levels of Satanic activity.
Satan is the author of war and amerika has been his servant for a very long time.
wtf

Clay City, KY

#116 Jan 24, 2013
jfdhjfgjghjjj wrote:
Move to Libya then, crackpot
<quoted text>
Move to Mexico nut sack.
wrong

Elkhorn City, KY

#117 Jan 24, 2013
No Morals No Dogma wrote:
There are some Christians in amerika but the criminal empire known as amerika is indeed Satanic.
Most towns and cities in amerika are filled with Masonic Lodges which Albert Pike (a key Mason who wrote the Masonic primer "Morals and Dogma") admitted were Luciferian.
So you have a basic overlay that is Satanic and then when you get to the federal level, where these endless criminal wars are hatched against Iraq, Libya, Pakistan, Yemen and now Syria, slaughtering millions of men, women and children, you reach the highest levels of Satanic activity.
Satan is the author of war and amerika has been his servant for a very long time.
if u think satan is the author for war u might wanna reread the bible. seems like god himnself, not jesus, loves war and genocide. theold testament alone should prove to u that satan isnt that bad of a guy compared to what god wants. and furthermore, jesus may have taught to be peaceful but he also said that not one bit of the law would change so ppl must realize that in order to make it in gods kingdom u must follow the old testament as well as the new testament. but u wont find one person at all that follows the old testament so in reality there are no real christians at all. all we have are a group of ppl that take the good things they like from the bible and live by those rules only but not one single christian is out there killing gays, or killing anyone who works on the sabboth, or unruly children...etc. the truth is taht god from the holy bible is an immoral and intolerant being that seems to love murder and death and destruction...makes me think that maybe satan is the good one and god is the bad one if u really look in to the the teachings of jewish mythology. atleast satan wants ppl to love and enjoy life while god wants u to suffer for the sins of his failed attempt in the garden of eden. and for those that dont understand, im not a satanist. i dont believe the jewish god is real so therefore i cant believe that the devil that he created is real either. just wanted to point that out to the slow learners that would call me a satanist after readin this post.
wtf

Pikeville, KY

#118 Jan 25, 2013
Big Cat wrote:
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Because of sin, the world can never be free of those things.
Because of all the evil things America does around the world.
a must watch

Holden, WV

#119 Jan 25, 2013
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>Because of all the evil things America does around the world.
same veiws as Reverend Wright I see.....

&fe ature=player_detailpage
wtf

Pikeville, KY

#120 Jan 25, 2013
a must watch wrote:
<quoted text>
same veiws as Reverend Wright I see.....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =xcXFxbx1Y4MXX&feature=pla yer_detailpage
Same views as all educated Realist you toothless unbred WV hick pos.
call me

Holden, WV

#121 Jan 25, 2013
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>Same views as all educated Realist you toothless unbred WV hick pos.
call me on your Obama phone ,the # is 1-800-eat-sh!t
im sure you have called that # many times to talk to your mother.
wtf

Pikeville, KY

#122 Jan 26, 2013
call me wrote:
<quoted text>
call me on your Obama phone ,the # is 1-800-eat-sh!t
im sure you have called that # many times to talk to your mother.
You do eat it because you are a white trash inbred toothless WV hicktard/

lmao

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