User Profile: DrRJP

DrRJP

Member Since: May 01, 2012

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  • March 19, 2014 at 7:00pm

    The first Temple period dates back to 957 BCE when King Solomon built it. Very few Christians know that Judaism used to be a proselytizing religion a millenia before Jesus, and finding evidence of Canaanite converts is a fairly compelling confirmation, IMHO.

    Being persecuted for the next 3,000 years is the reason why Jews stopped proselytizing, and why they stopped hanging around those who did.

  • March 19, 2014 at 6:34pm

    Swell. Another liberal female on at Prime Time.

  • March 19, 2014 at 6:31pm

    Pete, who describes himself as a “conservative Democrat,” [baloney] claims he has been a concealed carry permit holder since 2001 [more baloney] , but guns don’t belong in public in a college town.

    That’s what Virginia Tech thought.

  • March 19, 2014 at 6:24pm

    If Walker wrote Lilliputians 3:16, the atheists would think it was also a Bible verse.

    Letting an atheist lecture Christians about religion is like letting a lumberjack lecture doctors about brain surgery.

  • March 19, 2014 at 6:14pm

    Are quotes from illegal, lawless, Fascist “nonprofit” (NOT!) and “nonpartisan” (NOT) POS’s supposed to make you sound like anything less intelligent than a mentally challenged amoeba?

    If it looks like crap. Smells like crap. Sticks to your shoe like crap. Media Matters would have you believe it’s chocolate pudding.

  • March 11, 2014 at 7:19pm

    It was the PLO terrorist leader, Yassir ‘Ass’fat, who swiped genuine Jewish history and simply substituted “Palestinian” for “Jew” – claiming that they are the ancestors of the Caananites!

    He could not have picked a more fitting group of extinct people than the Caananite cannibals who effed anything with a pulse and threw their children into the fire to honor their god, Molech.

    By golly, it fits! The Pallys are still sacrificing their kids to the fires of homicide vests. At eight years old, they go to jihad camp and major in Jew hatred and genocide. They all learn the story of the Tree and the Rock – that even the rocks and trees will be shouting, “O, Moslem. There’s a Jew hiding behind me. Come and kill him.”

    They might as well let the Trees and Stones do the talking for them at the peace table. At least, they are not hiding their Jew hatred.

  • March 11, 2014 at 6:56pm

    What Tom said!

  • February 24, 2014 at 10:32am

    It was never about giving illegals to right to vote but preventing illegals, aka non-citizens who have no right to be in the US in the first place, from voting in the same way that the Democratic Party had the names of cartoon characters, felons in prison, and nonsense syllables next to the signatures of people who actually casts votes for Obama in the 2008 Presidential election.

    The Democrats will use any dirty trick in the book to steal an election, including voter suppression of the military and rigging election machines.

    What Demo’rats do is register as many names as possible then look for bodies to take on those names when they go to vote – not once but multiple times in multiple districts.

    If you go to the dictionary and look up the word, “Voter fraud,” you’ll see a photo of the Democrat donkey wearing an ACORN banner.

    Bottom line: Arizona and every other state has the right to request a picture ID for anyone entering a polling place. If the welfare offices can require it. If ObamaCare can require it. If the TSA can require it. If the State Department can require it – ESPECIALLY GIVEN THAT NOWHERE IN THE CONSTITUTION DOES THE GOVERNMENT HAVE A RIGHT TO REQUEST ANY PHOTO ID – the States need to tell the Feds to go pound sand.

    Arizona does not prevent a citizen’s vote from being counted and there is zero evidence that anyone was every barred from voting because the states allow people to cast their vote and then return with proof of their citizenship.

  • February 17, 2014 at 3:28pm

    Kind of like the legacy left by Emperor Nero who fiddled while Rome burned.

  • February 17, 2014 at 3:12pm

    And when you order a cup of coffee at an Iranian cafe filled with paleontologists, the waiter will ask you,

    “ONE HUMP, OR TWO?”

  • February 17, 2014 at 3:06pm

    If you look at what we knew before the Dead Sea scrolls were discovered with what we learned from reading them, the situation would not be unlike the debates contained in this forum.

    I highly recommend that people read the writings of Josephus, a historian who lived contemporaneously with the Roman Empire’s occupation of the Holy Land in the 1st and 2nd Centuries He provides a lot of extra-biblical evidence in his writings for the existence of Solomon’s Temple (and its subsequent destruction by the Romans).

    In Google Books, do a search for “The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus, the Jewish Historian,” where you will find several volumes of his. The Arabs and Muslims are doing all they can to erase Jewish history from the region and replace it with their own revisionist refuse. Problem is that old Flavius did us all a favor by writing down the historical facts for posterity.

    Science would cease to exist as a formal discipline if we required from it the same level of proof that we do for for biblical phenomena. Astrophysics is all about things that exist but have never been observed. Why should Science have the singular distinction as being the only field of study that can postulate hypothetical theories that do not rise above the level of being a hunch?

    Faith is a belief in things not seen. If that is the operational definition of “Faith” (and it is), then scientists have a lot of faith in the outcomes of their experiments.

  • February 17, 2014 at 2:24pm

    It only took the Scientific world ten years, $billions of dollars, and the biggest dam particle accelerator on Earth to find a trace of the Higgs Boson, aka the God Particle.

    The problem with science’s rejection of God is that there has never been the same level of fervor, financing, and fanaticism found in the scientific quest to find, not the particle itself, but the path that the particle left behind as the evidence of its existence, that would have to be applied in a theological quest to find, not the existence of a living God, but the evidence confirming that existence and withstanding all the scientific scrutiny the world could throw at it.

    If there is such a thing we could classify as “God research,” the budget for such an endeavor would be less than the loose change dropped by the King of Arabia in between the seats of his Royal Hummer.

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  • February 17, 2014 at 2:03pm

    Yes, but it was the Romans who told him to get his ass out of Jerusalem.

  • February 17, 2014 at 2:00pm

    All valid points, expect that you left out “interpreted by men” in your list of caveats. In which case, stating that the “bible is inaccurate in a multitude of ways,” derives from your human understanding of it – which may be inaccurate from the bible’s perspective.

    Another valid point is that religion, per se, is unnecessary to have a belief in God and, in fact, does more to screw up our beliefs than it does to clarify them.

    Jujdaism is the only religion originated by God for Man’s sake, and not by Man for God’s sake. Jesus had no intention of starting a new religion (like Mohammed did). He already had one – Judaism – and his mission was to gather up all the Lost Sheep of Israel and get them back in the program. The author of the new religion known as Christianity was St. Paul of Tarsus (aka, Saul, the former Jew) who made the Death and Resurrection of Jesus into one of its central tenets; i.e., only through a belief in Jesus as the Son of God, can one defeat Death and achieve everlasting Life.

    Now, it’s easy to see how a “rational thinker” would deem it nothing more than a fairy tale, and then generalize the entirety of the Bible to be the biggest book of baloney in history.

    On the other hand, the so-called “Old Testament” (aka, the Jewish Bible consisting of the five books of Moses, the writings of the Prophets, and the Proverbs) has a pretty good track record when it comes to matching Scriptural findings with archaeological ones.

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  • February 17, 2014 at 1:10pm

    “Simple logic” also disproves quantum physics along with the lunatic idea that the liberals who rely on simple logic are intelligent.

    Badda-dibbididah, that’s all, folks!

  • January 27, 2014 at 6:37pm

    The New York Slims are the biggest Jew-haters in the business of sellinChristians slaughtered in the g toilet paper as news. America’s answer to Der Stürmer who gives a pass to IsamoNazis and the 2 million Christians they have slaughtered since the Arab Spring; the 100,000 civilians slaughtered by Syria, the 1.5 million Christians slaughtered in the Sudan, and just now, applauds John “Kommie” Kerry’s sellout to the insane Iranian terrorists, handing them $6 BILLION in aid in exchange for doing nothing, and who did nothing to get Iran to release the American Christian pastor they illegally arrested and have been brutalizing torturing in jail for the past year. NO! What does the Slimes do instead of sounding the alarm of giving Iran the green light to build nukes that can wipe both Israel and the US off the map, they criticize Israel’s building of settlements on their own land.

    Every, single dam day, the Slimes have come out with anattack piece on Israel while lauding the samne Palestinians who start at age 2 teaching their kids why Jews are decended from apres and pigs and must be exterminated.

    To call the NYT “Jewish” anything permanently disqualifies you as a thinking member of the human race.

  • December 28, 2013 at 5:43pm

    I did not write this!!!!

  • December 28, 2013 at 5:34pm

    Well, none of the perps are MEN and will never grow up to be MEN

  • December 28, 2013 at 5:29pm

    This is by design. Best way to destroy a society is a race war

  • November 21, 2013 at 5:27pm

    The Democrats cannot run an honest campaign, cannot collect honest donations, and cannot win an honest election.

    Sort of like a combination of Saul Alinsky and Vince Lombardi:

    “Winning isn’t everything. It’s the ONLY thing. Whatever it takes”

    In reply to the contribution I Told You So: Obama Really Stole the Election