“unstoppable”

Since: Jul 11

Hell

#559645 Nov 6, 2012
Mirror Mirror two Faced wrote:
<quoted text>Let me repost this for you, so you can point out any mention of sexual orientation. Also, which orientation did you mean, heterosexuals, bisexuals, homosexuals, or transsexuals? If you hate anyone because of their choice to sin, then you should get that fixed.
The natural mind may see nothing wrong with lustful thoughts. But the spirit of God supported with the word of God will tell you better. See the life of Cain for more on evil thoughts Sincerely ask God to break the power of evil thoughts. The stronghold behind lust is our thought life. Ask God to give you a deeper love for His Word and will. Let the love of God dictate your thought life and not the fleeting pleasures of lust
http://www.wordlibrary.co.uk/article.php ...
You are claiming that God hates people due to their sexual choices, sorry, God is not manipulated by your terminology of sexual orientations. There are two sexes, men and women, but all kinds of manners of sins.
Honestly, most Christians do not spend one minute thinking about gay bedroom sins. If you really thought so, how would we ever know until and unless you announce it.
I know that you gays love to lie, but let me help you. There has never been a ballot iniative, until today, where same sex marriage was voted on. In all the other cases, we simply inked in the always prescribed and common definition of marriage. It was then that you gays started your hatred towards all who believed contrary to your delusion. You started attackind old ladies, jumping on cars, defacing and burning churches, attacking the Mormon temple, harming businesses, and threatening people. Grow up, your actions get a reaction, so if you don't like the reaction then change your acions and leave our churches alone. Churches are a place a peace, not a place for burning, albeit the burning is symbiotic of the burning of those who never become part of the church body.
You gays are always attacking blacks, demeaning their plighht and struggle. Well, if you respected blacks you would know that required two constitutional amendments and over 100 years for the courts to enforce them.
I am religious, but not a fundamentalist. Where did I say God hated anyone?

I believe in the main messages of love and tolerance, I never attack blacks in fact I have commented against racism for years.

As for this: "Honestly, most Christians do not spend one minute thinking about gay bedroom sins."

LMAO! You judge their behavior in their private bedrooms, all the time!

good day, hypocrite.

Since: Oct 10

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#559646 Nov 6, 2012
United in faith wrote:
<quoted text>
I do not recall yanking your chain. So why are you posting me?
don't you have enough other posters to talk trash to on here?
No.

Since: Oct 10

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#559647 Nov 6, 2012
United in faith wrote:
<quoted text>
somebody needs to put you down...
Are you lusting after Kaitlin?

“Life may be sweeter for this”

Since: Nov 08

Fennario

#559648 Nov 6, 2012
karl44 wrote:
The statistical results have been reasonably consistent, christians commit crime at a higher rate than atheists. This is not surprising when you study their philosophy
"When I was a kid, I used to pray every night for a new bike. Then I realised, the Lord doesn't work that way. So I just stole one and asked Him to forgive me." - Emo Philips

“The Intrepid”

Since: Jun 10

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#559649 Nov 6, 2012
Happy Lesbo wrote:
...another symptom of the disease ...
Again with the mysterious "disease...".

“unstoppable”

Since: Jul 11

Hell

#559650 Nov 6, 2012
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
I guess "being gay" isn't a sin, but acting on it is. There's no way around homosexual sex & not being a sin.
You are wrong.

“Ditat Deus”

Since: Jul 12

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#559651 Nov 6, 2012
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>Again with the mysterious "disease...".
Maybe poverty is the disease...?

After all, she says that being fat is a disease.

“Ditat Deus”

Since: Jul 12

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#559652 Nov 6, 2012
_Olive_ wrote:
<quoted text>
You are wrong.
In what way?

“Life may be sweeter for this”

Since: Nov 08

Fennario

#559653 Nov 6, 2012
Hidingfromyou wrote:
<quoted text>
I like Henry for his short, funny comments, filled to the brim with enthusiasm just as much as I like T-Town's.
God isn't real!
Evolution is a lie!
You're dumb!
hahaha
:) total fun
It sounds like the Magic 8-Ball :

&#9679; It is certain!
&#9679; It is decidedly so!
&#9679; Without a doubt!
&#9679; Yes – definitely!
&#9679; You may rely on it!
&#9679; As I see it, yes!
&#9679; Most likely!
&#9679; Outlook good!
&#9679; Yes!
&#9679; Signs point to yes!

&#9679; Reply hazy, try again!
&#9679; Ask again later!
&#9679; Better not tell you now!
&#9679; Cannot predict now!
&#9679; Concentrate and ask again!

&#9679; Don't count on it!
&#9679; My reply is no!
&#9679; My sources say no!
&#9679; Outlook not so good!
&#9679; Very doubtful!

“MEET ROSEMARY-She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

With Established Harem

#559656 Nov 6, 2012
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
Mexico isn't America. Again, I don't care what they do, that's up to Mexicans.
A person born into anything does not choose to do so, they are born into it...
I should rephrase, maybe for you.
A person remains poor by choice. Some people born poor become very rich. Some people born poor stay poor. It's their choice.
.. RR, that's a great philosophy except its not the 1950s or 60s ..

.. yes, you can be born poor, pull yourself up by the bootstraps and become successful. Unfortunately, not everyone has the brain power, resources or opportunity to take advantage of a system that favors the rich. Is there always a choice? Sometimes the answer is a resounding "NO." ..

.. one of the organizations I support is KIVA. They loan $$ to the poor to buy laying chickens, stock a grocery store or buy a sewing machines to make/sell clothes. These people will never become wealthy but with a little help, can learn to support and sustain themselves, their family ..

.. are we living in a culture that has lost its spiritual center, a culture where the 'me' is more important than the 'we?' And, if so, is this egocentrism causing crime, decay of morals, etc.??..

.. is religious dogma partially at fault? The, "I'm right, you're wrong," or "my god is the only god," philosophy causing the unrest? Again, the constant bickering on Topix is a microcosm of society at large ..

.. are you, am I, responsible for the damaging posts of the TROLL OF MANY SOCKS? To a degree, yes. We, society, have failed him ..

“MEET ROSEMARY-She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

With Established Harem

#559658 Nov 6, 2012
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
boo-hoo... Yes I have seen it before. I feel no remorse for someone killing themselves for something they know they shouldn't be doing. There's no way a human can get to 300lbs (or more, even) without stuffing their fat face with food, food, and more food. And usually shit food. It's their own fault for being fat.
.. to a degree, you are correct, but, again we're way off focus in this debate ..

“I never claimed to be Perfect”

Since: Nov 10

just better than yesterday

#559659 Nov 6, 2012
_Olive_ wrote:
<quoted text>
I am religious, but not a fundamentalist. Where did I say God hated anyone?
I believe in the main messages of love and tolerance, I never attack blacks in fact I have commented against racism for years.
As for this: "Honestly, most Christians do not spend one minute thinking about gay bedroom sins."
LMAO! You judge their behavior in their private bedrooms, all the time!
good day, hypocrite.
Al claps his hands in approval and says "good job _Olive_" :)

“Ditat Deus”

Since: Jul 12

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#559660 Nov 6, 2012
Mirror Mirror two Faced wrote:
<quoted text>hard fact. No one is gay. That is like saying a person is a drug addict, but never acted on it. The addiction itself is the sin. God made man and woman, and man and woman made all they e other sin conditions and choice. People have urges, but they never become the urges. Sin is about urges. If a person has an urge to murder, are they a murderer? No. Yes, God says that they have sinned in their heart and can only be cleansed and redeemed by Christ.
You are right, but for the gays sake, fornication is also a sin like homosexuality. God gives on answer, marriage to an opposite sex person.
God also says, that he wishes that all men were single, it is a higher calling, for this man puts God first. He then says, it is better to marry than to burn, but this man is torn with putting his wife above God. This is what Adam did.
If all humans mastered the verses in Genesis 1 to 3, up until man sinned, not the fall, but before the fall. Now, if they are honest and answer these questions. Was homosexuality, fornication, murder, stealing, lusting after others, putting another god before God, etc, even possible. If man had procreated and lived as he did prior to sin, none of these things, including poverty would be a condition of man. Man's fallen condition is a state of his sin nature and absence of his God-father condition.
I don't see gayness the same way I view drug addicts. After all, one can be lustful for their drugs but never take them. Is an ex drug addict still a sinner to you?

I think that gays are free to be gay, but not engage in gay sex. That's where the sinning comes into play.

“MEET ROSEMARY-She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

With Established Harem

#559661 Nov 6, 2012
Happy Lesbo wrote:
<quoted text>
.. it's complex. Basically, it's a spiritual sickness ..
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>IOW, too complex for you to describe. Gotcha. Lame.
.. yes, it is too complex for me to describe. It would take a website to summarize my thoughts ..

.. and, your response is typical of a passive-aggressive self-centered, malignant attitude that permeates society ..

“I never claimed to be Perfect”

Since: Nov 10

just better than yesterday

#559662 Nov 6, 2012
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>I see yer still wasting space on correcting typos...
:) what's a guy to do?

“I never claimed to be Perfect”

Since: Nov 10

just better than yesterday

#559663 Nov 6, 2012
Mirror Mirror two Faced wrote:
<quoted text>No, Al, slorry is not a verse in the Bible either. Yes, I am mental and spiritual too. When I was in college, I tested in the top 1% and went to both UCLA and USC. I would tell you my IQ, but to you it wold be a lie. So, yes I am mental, most humans are indeed that, mental.
Why would I think it's a lie? It's not like you've lied before..........

“let's do this thang!”

Since: Aug 10

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#559664 Nov 6, 2012
Hidingfromyou wrote:
<quoted text>
You'd get support from me!
thank you!:)

“Ditat Deus”

Since: Jul 12

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#559669 Nov 6, 2012
Happy Lesbo wrote:
<quoted text>
.. RR, that's a great philosophy except its not the 1950s or 60s ..
I'm a time travler from 1956.
.. yes, you can be born poor, pull yourself up by the bootstraps and become successful. Unfortunately, not everyone has the brain power, resources or opportunity to take advantage of a system that favors the rich. Is there always a choice? Sometimes the answer is a resounding "NO." ..
What 'system' favors the rich?

Regardless of brain power, everyone has the opportunity to excel in this country.
.. one of the organizations I support is KIVA. They loan $$ to the poor to buy laying chickens, stock a grocery store or buy a sewing machines to make/sell clothes. These people will never become wealthy but with a little help, can learn to support and sustain themselves, their family ..
One of the organizations I work with is the Christian church. We donate billions of dollars every year to help feed, clothe & educate the poor.
.. are we living in a culture that has lost its spiritual center, a culture where the 'me' is more important than the 'we?' And, if so, is this egocentrism causing crime, decay of morals, etc.??..
Yes, America has lost it's spiritual center. It was the morality of religion, mainly Christianity, that brought America up from British rule & helped make it the stromgest nation in the world. As religion dwindles, crime rises. Morals go away. Evil sets in & takes over. Is that what you want?
.. is religious dogma partially at fault? The, "I'm right, you're wrong," or "my god is the only god," philosophy causing the unrest? Again, the constant bickering on Topix is a microcosm of society at large ..
I don't think so. I think that religious 'dogma' isn't to blame for unrest or uncivilty, at least within Christianity. There are some fanatics out there from all religions & all non-religions that will assume the "I'm right, you're wrong" thinking. This is why atheists like Hitler kill & control & religious fanatics like Al Qaeda blow people up. But you can't base opinions about a group of people based on the actions of very few of them. This is why it's hard for Muslims in America right now, too many people think that Muslim = Al Qaeda. Same happened in the 40's with Japanese-Americans.
.. are you, am I, responsible for the damaging posts of the TROLL OF MANY SOCKS? To a degree, yes. We, society, have failed him ..
I am not responsible for the actions or inactions of any one person OR a society. I am only responsible for me & my own actions. I disagree that society 'fails' anyone, I feel that the person didn't embrace society properly.

“Life may be sweeter for this”

Since: Nov 08

Fennario

#559670 Nov 6, 2012
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
Because the Bible simply tells us that God did it. Science is starting to tell us how He did...
Science tells us what happened, but not why. Science also reveals that there is no obvious need for a god's involvement, and no evidence for one.[There are potent arguments against it even being possible that a god could exist, but that is philosophy, not science]

Thus, although atheism existed before science, and does not depend on anything except rational skepticism for its justification, nevertheless, science implies atheism in many ways.

Science specifically refutes religions with creation myths not consistent with modern scientific theory, and those containing gods that made errors claiming scientific or historical facts. Science also refutes religions with legends debunked by science (archeology).

You are correct to try to claim science rather than assault it like so many others. It is battering your church.

But there are too many Christians already trained in science bashing and deployed into the culture to stop them before they kill the religion. You couldn't bring them back or reel them in now if you tried.

And nobody is trying to slow them down, either. In fact, the Discovery Institute is generating the next batch of Creationist memes for dissemination through the Christian echo chamber as I type.

“let's do this thang!”

Since: Aug 10

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#559672 Nov 6, 2012
It aint necessarily so wrote:
<quoted text>
Equal rights, privileges and opportunity for all.
The words "conservative" and "liberal" relate to political and socioeconomic power, and who holds it.
The old model of government as embodied by the bible is what was called the ancien régime after the French Revolution. In that model, all power and privilege, and most wealth, was conserved by the monarch, just as God in heaven had absolute rule, and man over wife.
The history of the West has been the steady erosion of that model, beginning with the Magna Carta, where a skosh of political power was liberated from King John, and culminating in the United States Constitution, the most liberal document ever written at the time. By that time, almost all power and privilege was held by the common man - if he was white and had property. Further tweaking of that document with amendments has liberated political, economic,and social power from the common white property owner, and distributed that more equitably.
The neoconservative movement in America is conservative in this pre-American sense in that it wishes to concentrate power, privilege and wealth once again. Thus, the words conservative and liberal refer to autocrats and aristocrats conserving power, and to the common man liberating it from them.
You're helping them, by the way. Your "big government" comment betrays you. Think. The people who put such thoughts in your head don't mind huge government, as long as the money is sent to them. That's why they support bloated defense and homeland security departments which spend trillions on war, prisons, mercenaries, surveillance equipment, the war on drugs, and the like. What they object to is the part of government that helps the ordinary man, like FEMA and Medicare.
i can appreciate this info to some degree but you said things that betray you as well:

no where in the contsitution does it say anything regarding "if he was white" so you obviously interjected your own politically correct brainwashing there. my theory on why it's considered politically correct to be bigoted against 'white people', but no one or nothing else, is because PCism is destructive in nature so it attacks the largest demographic of contributors and stability of the US economy and it's socio-political structure.

you've been exposed as a conspirator of the destruction of the USA! how do you plead???

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