User Profile: 2GodBeTheGlory

2GodBeTheGlory

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  • [9] November 24, 2014 at 8:41am

    “shot herself in the head accidentally” – No, she either was intentional or through neglect. Todays firearms do not just “go off” all by themselves. No different than a person that turns down a one-way street the wrong way and kills a van full of kids.

  • [118] November 23, 2014 at 8:15pm

    I think Mike should take on the most dirty Job…..President of the U.S.!

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  • November 20, 2014 at 5:10pm

    @blinknight,
    I want to understand your position; are you stating that my decision to follow my convictions in raising my children up in the way that they should go is morally wrong (I do “indoctrinate” using the definition “1” of “indoctrinate” found in Merriam-Webster)? Is it because I teach what the Hold Bible says is right and what is wrong (that may or may not conform to your belief/lack of belief system)? I do teach other religions and explain their fallacies as I see them and as the Holy Bible reveals, so are you stating that this type of “indoctrination” is flawed and morally wrong?
    Now, my Bible dictates that God has no grandchildren, so that the children he has charged me with, I am bound to raise up for them to follow God, not me, you, the church, nor the state. They are free to pursuit other religions or none at all, however, that is not BECAUSE of the teaching I instill, but their CHOICE to reject God.

  • [32] November 19, 2014 at 9:39am

    @blinknight,
    In essence, you are correct. The Holy Bible tells us to “tech them in the way they should go”. The difference between the two methods (church verse current “state”) is that one teaches honesty, righteousness, love, compassion, the love of God, reliance on God, work, love of thy neighbor, and the protection of the innocent. The state teaches collectiveness (communism – do your part for “the state”; a cog), theft (taking from one to give to another – under the guise of “paying their fair share”), legalism (see existing tax code), reliance on man, hate, lying.

  • November 14, 2014 at 2:44pm

    @Professor_Physika,

    “I only reject the claims that there are based on lack of proof” – you cannot reject something just because you have no proof. That is attempting to use simple logic without reasoning – for instance, we have no proof that anyone in history lived for we cannot determine an ancestor today due to the passage of time, so therefore the same logic would dictate “I reject the claim that Socrates exists for lack of proof” – for written words does not PROVE the existence of a person, so therefore none of the scientific methods can PROVE an existence of anyone in history. In truth, we exist using faith in many things in our daily lives.

    - Why is the collective useful to the individual?

    BTW: It is generally accepted that basic reasoning ability is not available until age 7.

  • November 14, 2014 at 1:11am

    @Professor_Physika ,

    “The burden of proof” – No, I assert, it is you that denies, therefor it is not incumbent upon me to prove faith, however, it is incumbent upon you in your assertion of a negative.

    “morals” – you referred to morals in a previous comment, so therefore I was inquiring as to your take of the usefulness of morals in day-to-day live.

    “Are you suggesting that their plastics, skyscrapers,” – this part of your response is not directed towards me.

    To your comment to @wisdom; “Do you honestly think people’s sexual orientation is something they choose?”. I assert that a person does choose, for the simple fact that ALL young children have absolutely NO concept nor understanding of sex, nor the reasoning ability to understand the concept. Therefore, it stands to reason that a choice is made later in life. What I have witnessed is that homosexual males tend to shirk accountability and never mature – hence the reason why > 55% of all U.S. aids patients are male homosexuals. Thus the reason for the wisdom of the words “it’s easy to grow old, but it’s difficult to grow up”. It’s hard to do the right thing. It’s hard to have a lasting relationship with a person of the opposite sex – takes real, continuous work. It’s hard to be responsible and accountable for ones own actions. It’s hard to raise children to be responsible, mature adults. This is not soley directed at homosexuals but all of humanity. It’s easy to destroy oneself with drugs and sex.

  • November 13, 2014 at 1:54pm

    @Professor_Physika,

    As you have stated before; a conversation that starts by referencing God, or a person that has belief in God, one must come to an understanding to the basics of each parties belief. To that end, what evidence do you have that God does not exists? For you see, my belief is not predicated on mans science and understanding of the world or universe to which we exists. Science is only functional based upon our understanding of things at that given moment in time, thus the reason why “scientist” have been proven incorrect time and time again throughout the ages. Do not attempt to misconstrued what I am saying, for I do not dismiss science, nor the knowledge that we have gained from the pursuit of science, however, it is not the foundation of my existence nor the sole pursuit of my life due to the repetitive, proven flaws and limitation of mans understanding.

    “better morals”? What is your position of “morals” in the day-to-day life? To what purpose do morals serve a persons individual existence?

  • November 13, 2014 at 1:04pm

    @19RANDY59,

    Awsome.

  • [26] November 10, 2014 at 10:59pm

    we have a winner!!!!!! “You first”…..I would be glad to use my old, non-”smart” gun while the government employees get the latest tech!

  • [22] November 10, 2014 at 10:57pm

    Hmmm, anyone ever rememeber the last time a government inside north America tried that? I recall an event happening in Concord and Lexington…… something about “the shot heard round the world”…. or something like that…..

  • [6] November 10, 2014 at 12:17pm

    @WarMunger_AI & @Blest

    “Jesus never wrote anything” – Actually, he did, we just don’t know what he wrote: John 8:6

  • [14] November 9, 2014 at 6:18pm

    @RyouFriggenKiddenMe,
    Re: “You don’t “disarm” and arrest a “rotten” apple; that’s a silly remark and not how it works” – That is what we, as a people -free citizens / from where you derive your power – are saying – YOU WAY IS NOT WORKING and is wrong! Maybe if officers did their job to begin with (see a crime – any crime, arrest and bring to justice – no matter who commits the crime) then we would not see the plethora of events such as this.

  • [11] November 6, 2014 at 3:08pm

    The problem with a person playing the part of Jesus is that they will never get it right and the people today will have a view of Jesus that does not correlate with the actual Savior. For instance, Jesus, an actual Jew from the linage of David, would have a beard and know how to work (carpenter). He would be well spoken and able to project his voice. Further, he would have holes in his hands, feet, and side.

    Today, as then, the leaders hated Him because he was not “politically correct” nor was he received by the rich.

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  • November 3, 2014 at 9:30am

    @JT1962,
    So, when the clear language of the constitution is different from your attempt to seize power to which the federal government clearly does not have, it becomes a matter of “interpretation”? How lame and vial, for if you understood the actual constitution (which I believe you do) you would know that it wasn’t written FOR lawyers and judges, nor even politicians, but for the land owners of the day. It is your type of people that destroy this country and make it no better than the vermin our founders kicked out when this country started. Maybe you believe your vitriol, or maybe you wish to subdue and subjugate everyone just as the king did, under the guise of “lawful”, yet clearly breaking the supreme law of the land.

    Again, what part of “NO LAWS” do you not understand?

  • [1] November 2, 2014 at 11:14pm

    @ModerateRepublican,

    Even if I were to give you “global warming” or “climate change”, I would have to ask you one question; worldwide there where over 2K nuclear bomb tests – from the “small” to the very large. How much heat (btu) and particles (green house) where created? How much ozone damage occurred by these tests? Now, you want me to give control of my use of electricity, the bulbs I use, and the “carbon” I “create” to the same governments who created far more problems against the earth than any and all the the people combined could have done with their SUV’s?

  • [-1] November 2, 2014 at 10:45pm

    @MIndTheGop,

    It is a first amendment issue, for even the 501(c)3 classification is a TAX LAW! Don’t you understand that when the IRS applies it to a church, the federal government is making a law in respects to religion?

    “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the FREE exercise thereof”. Meaning the government can use NO means to restrict, tax, or otherwise infringe upon a church’s right in their religion, and exercise thereof – no matter what the church does or says publicly. Any threat to such an act is, by it’s very nature, illegal. You don’t want to be a criminal, do you?

    “entitlement from the government” – No, it is not an “entitlement”, it is law. What part of the supreme law of the land do you not understand? The classification of any church by the IRS or any government agency, by it’s very existence is illegal as it goes against the 1st amendment.

    Now, if you would like to look at the actual history of this country and it’s church’s, I would be glad – let’s start with the first inauguration, shall we?

  • [4] October 31, 2014 at 10:15pm

    @Takeit,
    So, the officers within the PA state police have performed exemplary since this shooting has occurred and did not break any laws, in your opinion? Above reproach.

  • [2] October 31, 2014 at 11:39am

    It was not the state police that arrested him. It was federal marshal. Meaning that the first handcuffs on him was federal marshals, not the “state policeman that he killed”. This is vengence by the state, pure and simple.

  • [9] October 31, 2014 at 11:38am

    So why is a cops life more important than mine or one of my children?

  • [8] October 30, 2014 at 8:04pm

    From reading some of the reports, he knew the guy, or at least his brothers wife did. In any event, their appears to be some prior individual knowledge. I do not have all the facts, however, I do know this; 2 wrongs do not make a right. The state police broke the law on many occasions during this event (illegal entry, breaking and entering, hostage taken – preventing people access to their homes, prevented people from leaving their homes, ect.). You try to prevent me from leaving or entering my house where there was NOT a sighting within 12 hours and you will have to do what you think is right, and I will go about my life or die trying. In any event, I will either live free or die free. The state can make the choice of killing an innocent father in doing nothing more than enter or leaving his house, however, I would hope that free citizens would take note of that murder and make corrective action against said state. Further, it seems to me that the cowards sent in thousands of “highly trained”, well armed authorities using state of the art imaging systems, racking up millions of dollars that they did not have for just one person. Would they do the same for a transient?

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