This sounds like something a cult member would say. This is why America is taking Christianity less seriously. Everyday citizens are forced to defend their faith because some people use Christianity like this. That defense soon leads to them questioning their beliefs. The questioning creates a new atheist. Fundamentalists and other vocal crazies are creating more atheists than anything else.
July 25, 2013 at 10:05pm
Right is Right, not only did your long, rambling statement have nothing to do with what we were talking about, it was also a great display of the lack of scientific understanding that characterizes many on the right. Being a Libertarian, I don’t want the government involved with religion in any way at all and I don’t understand why anyone else would. Secondly, if we let this party get taken over by Tea Party types then we are worse than the GOP. The GOP is losing because it is anti-science, discriminatory, and obstructive. You are not helping. Try to actually learn about plate tectonics and evolution instead of bastardizing them to fit your narrow views.
July 24, 2013 at 11:23pm
How is evolution a philosophy? It’s a scientific theory aimed at explaining the origins of life and a pretty good one at that. Students are taught it because it’s the prevailing theory; nothing else even comes close to explaining what it does, unless you start throwing in the supernatural. The supernatural by definition is not science.
Would you want your children presented with Flat Earth Theory? Of course not, because it’s not science either and not worthy of any thought, let alone critical. Evolution is testable science and uncountable, peer-reviewed journal articles can be found on this subject. Philosophy relies on arguments, there’s no argument here.
 July 24, 2013 at 11:08pm
There’s so much evidence that supports evolutionary theory. It forms the basis of the entire field of biology. It elegantly explains how life came to be using natural forces. There is exactly zero evidence that any supernatural creator was involved in the creation of humans.
What observable, repeatable scientific evidence supports the idea that a mindless, purposeless, unguided process depending on chance mutations produced all the complex variety we see today? Evolution, beyond limited changes within a species, has never been observed. There is no scientific evidence it ever happened. There is only assumption based on philosophical naturalism.
Evolution has made no contribution to biology, or any other field of science. Biology as a science can be done without evolution. Evolutionary thinking actually limits science because it limits what can be accepted as an explanation.
Creation itself is evidence for the creator. the design, symbiosis,and complexity of life are not possible without a designer. The personal and immaterial nature of man is not possible as a product of a purely material process. The ordered laws of the universe, and even the structured reason used to make the observations of science cannot be produced from chaos without someone to order them. Everything we see speaks to the existence of a creator, just as looking at all we have made as people points to us as makers
Boozeandothernonsense , you are spouting incredible nonsense man. Where were u educated at ? A cave? Even evolutionists themselves don't say that science has shown that life came about this way and the theory of evolution says nothing scientifically about the origin of life, and its precisely because the odds of life arising by chance and chemical reaction go way against what your saying.
Where did you pick this ignorant nonsense up ? At some crackerjack box atheist website lol
July 24, 2013 at 11:05pm
Yeah, I clicked the link and saw a bunch of cherry-picked, out of context quotes and ridiculous accusations. Just a look at the title of the article reveals the bias. Now we’ve got some guy going on about NWOs and the Rothschilds. This is why your movement can’t be taken seriously. You filter out all news that doesn’t support your insane agendas. I’m on this site because I get my information from as many varied sources as possible; not just sitting around confirming my bigotry of fringe beliefs.
July 24, 2013 at 10:59pm
Could it be that your skills and training was what got you, and your comrades, through your service and not a higher power?
July 24, 2013 at 9:28pm
You should not be proud of this. You discriminated against people because of their religious beliefs. They were brave service members and you call then heathens. This is why the MRFF exists.
July 24, 2013 at 9:25pm
I feel an article on Christian Newswire may be slightly biased. Do you have anyting else that suggests that he’s anti-god and not just pro-secularism?
July 18, 2013 at 6:05pm
I’m usually not thrilled with what this site reports on, but this makes me happy; well done The Blaze. Nobody should ever condone hateful ignorance and more people need to understand that pretty much all Americans come from some other part of the world. We should celebrate our diversity, not vilify it.