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Blest

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  • July 30, 2015 at 12:09pm

    Atheism believes that chaos and randomness are the creators of life. So when you see “ISIS sets man on fire” or “Baltimore Riots and Looting” or “Abortion clinics sell body parts” or “Veterans die from lack of treatment” or “Terrorists bomb subway” or “Racist kills churchgoers”… you are seeing the fruits of atheism. If chaos and randomness are what created mankind, then this is simply mankind worshiping its creator.

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  • July 30, 2015 at 12:06pm

    Excellent summary of Mr. Zacharias’ work. The summer of 2015 may very well go down in history as a turning point where we stopped abusing the lives of those we deem unimportant. But it could also go down in history as where we lost all sanity and gave in to the spirit of barbarism once more.

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  • July 30, 2015 at 11:46am

    I’m willing to take a “wait and see” approach. Are you?

  • [1] July 30, 2015 at 11:34am

    I often wonder what would have happened if the woman with the issue of blood in the Bible had stopped believing that she could be healed the day before Jesus got there. Jesus said her faith was what healed her. What if she had given up on that faith?

    Sometimes I think people like this man will one day wake up, get out of bed, and just walk… because he never gave up on faith that he could be healed.

  • July 30, 2015 at 11:29am

    Elroy,

    Then you don’t actually like beer. You like getting drunk. That’s a very different thing altogether. Somebody who drinks a glass of wine or has a beer with supper isn’t doing it to get drunk or tipsy. They just enjoy wine or beer.

    It’s like somebody who drinks coffee for the caffeine versus somebody who drinks coffee for the flavor. One is doing it for the drug effect, the other is doing it regardless of the drug effect.

    Also, the “tipsy” feeling might be due to the placebo effect. There was an old episode of Mythbusters where they served non-alcoholic beer at a pizza party and the people who were drinking it were acting wild and “getting tipsy” by their own account of events. They had no alcohol to drink, but were feeling drunk regardless of that fact.

  • [12] July 30, 2015 at 11:03am

    I’m sure the Nazi judges in Germany also made sure to block the release of any video footage of the Jews being rounded up and slaughtered too.

    Freedom of the Press can stop holocausts if people will just defy the corrupt judges who try to suppress it.

  • July 30, 2015 at 10:55am

    So the “booms” that people are hearing are just echoes of explosions, where the sound is echoing off the upper atmosphere and coming back down somewhere else?

  • [3] July 30, 2015 at 10:47am

    Send the video to me! I’ll release it! I have nothing to lose.

  • [3] July 30, 2015 at 10:16am

    Because the things you care about tend to be fads: having temporary ramifications that are unimportant. And the things Matt Walsh cares about tend to be eternal: having everlasting ramifications that are supremely important.

    That’s how all liberals and self-serving idiots think, in terms of the temporary. All they care about is the present. You can sum up the plight of the idiot in the phrase “All that matters is this moment.” They are the ultimate closed-minded person, not considering the past or the consequences of the future, never considering eternity into the equation of their ideas or actions.

  • [-1] July 30, 2015 at 10:09am

    You don’t value your own life, let alone the lives of others.

    If you valued your own life, you wouldn’t defile and belittle yourself by engaging in the kinds of disgusting and perverted actions you engage in.

    You might THINK you value human life. But where is the evidence? Where are the children you’ve produced? I mean, if you valued human life, wouldn’t you want as much of it as possible? Wouldn’t you have kids?

    You can talk about this stuff all you want, but in the end, your choices in life tell people all they need to know about what you value. Change your choices, change your behavior, and one day the things you say might match up with the things you do.

  • [100] July 29, 2015 at 5:04pm

    I think C.S. Lewis is of great help here.

    People see a lion, a majestic creature, being shot to death by a man, an ordinary and boring dentist. When you don’t believe in God, and don’t value human life, you see things only as their surface value. A boring dentist killing a beautiful lion is wrong to them.

    What they fail to realize is that the dentist is no mere mortal. Civilization is mortal. The earth is mortal. The sun is mortal. The dentist is not. Heaven and earth will pass away, but that dentist is going to live forever. And if people could see his immortal form, he would either be a horrifying nightmare whose presence would stop a man’s heart, or he’d be a majestic glorious being that people would be strongly tempted to worship as a god.

    The same thing goes for those babies being sawed apart by abortion doctors. Those babies are immortal, they will outlive the universe. They are far more important than we know. And what we do to them will be recorded for eternity. What we do to them determines whether they will speak against us as witnesses for the prosecution, or speak in favor of us as witnesses for our defense.

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  • [-1] July 29, 2015 at 4:47pm

    Are you seriously saying we should have a holiday to celebrate grief? Shouldn’t it be the opposite? Shouldn’t we have a holiday to celebrate the OVERCOMING of grief? Shouldn’t we have a National Joy Awareness Day, where we talk about ways to overcome grief and sorrow?

    Grief is not a disease. It’s not cancer. It’s not restless leg syndrome. The reason these things have “awareness” days is because we’re trying to ERADICATE them. Grief doesn’t need to be eradicated. It just needs to be overcome. Grief is a choice you make, a choice to live in the past that cannot be reconciled with the present. The past had somebody you loved in it. The present doesn’t. And grief is the choice to dwell in that non-linear time period or moment when you lost them. Grief is the choice to constantly compare the dreams you had with the present reality, and dwelling on the loss that caused the rift between them.

    As one lady once put it to me, “Grief is staring at the burnt pot roast and freezing time in that moment, never really moving on from there. As soon as you make the choice to unfreeze time and cook another pot roast, grief no longer exists. So grief isn’t actually real. It’s like darkness or coldness, they are just the absence of light and heat. Grief is the same way. Grief is the absence of God. Even Jesus felt it and cried out My God, My God! Why have you forsaken me?”

  • [27] July 29, 2015 at 4:30pm

    By that logic, a mother forcing her son to eat his vegetables or brush his teeth, and he doesn’t want to do it, that would be RAPE. Forcing me to pay my taxes even though I don’t want to do it would be RAPE.

    Your explanation is logically incoherent, just like liberals.

  • [8] July 29, 2015 at 3:37pm

    Square circle, a triangle with 5 sides, a flying pig, a swimming boulder, a fire that freezes, a cucumber that tomatoes.

  • [11] July 29, 2015 at 3:26pm

    Common sense has arrived on the scene.

  • [2] July 29, 2015 at 3:26pm

    Exactly, Tazzman. People say that sugar is like poison. It’s not. It’s pure energy. You don’t ever see hummingbirds that are fat or have diabetes, and they drink sugar water all day, every day, their entire lives, and they use that energy to catch and eat bugs for protein.

    A physically active person can eat the same amount of sugar as a non-active person, and release the same amount of insulin to process that sugar. The active person won’t become insulin resistant, the inactive person will. So it has nothing to do with the sugar or the insulin. It’s gotta be something else.

  • [3] July 29, 2015 at 3:10pm

    Hahahahahahahahahaha!
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

    Oh my God! I don’t care who you are, that right there is funny! You’re hilarious! Oh, my side hurts from laughing at you so hard.

    I mean, that’s priceless! Nobody is stupid enough to think that Christianity and Islam are anything alike. They’re exact opposites. And that bit about “modern society” is great! As if it’s any different from any other non-modern society. Hahaha!

    You should take your act on the road. Go put on a straight jacket, muss up your hair some, get up on stage and get all crazy-eyed. You’ll have people rolling with laughter! It’s just too funny not to laugh at! HA HA HA!

  • [8] July 29, 2015 at 3:00pm

    There is no such thing as homosexual behavior in the animal kingdom. I don’t care how “homosexual” you think an animal is, if you put a female in heat in front of the “homosexual” male animal, it will have sex with the female.

    The only time you see this so-called “homosexual” behavior in animals is when there is something mentally disturbed about the animals. For example, certain types of monkeys will go bat-crap crazy when they are afraid, and will start having sex with anything nearby (trees, other monkeys, etc.).

    See, what you are calling homosexual behavior is actually just psychotic behavior, or some kind of strange biological response that has nothing to do with sexual attraction.

    By your own logic about animal kingdom homosexuality, you could claim that men who are executed by being hanged are “rope-sexual” because when men are hanged to death, they become erect and eject semen. So are people who get hanged to death exhibiting rope-sexual behavior? Are they trying to have sex with the rope they’re hanging from?

    The incoherent nonsense that gay people come up with to justify their behavior is astonishing. Why can’t you just admit that what you do is wrong, and live with it? Why try to make it into something good? It’s like all these people who think being obese is good. Why not just admit that being morbidly obese is bad, and live with it?

    It’s really more sad than anything, watching the lengths people will go to deceive themselves into thinking they’re “good”.

  • [7] July 29, 2015 at 2:52pm

    Jackie Treehorn,

    So I guess you just ignore all the hundreds and thousands of people who have actually been delivered from homosexuality, right? They don’t fit your closed-minded view of the world, so they should just be ignored? Is that how you view it? Or are you just uneducated and ignorant of the fact that people actually DO change and DO change their sexual attractions?

    How cruel and disgusting, to go around telling people there is no hope for them, and they cannot change.

  • [4] July 29, 2015 at 2:48pm

    So, you think criminals shouldn’t feel shame for doing bad things? These people are in jail, after all… do you seriously think they got there because of all the good stuff they are doing in life?

    What’s disgusting and dishonest is telling somebody that they should believe their own feelings and sex-based delusions, instead of figuring out the truth.

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