User Profile: dthej

dthej

Member Since: September 17, 2010

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  • August 31, 2011 at 7:29am

    here is yet another hotly debated issue which shouldn’t be difficult for Christians. I am what I consider to be very conservative but on the issue of the death penalty I firmly beleive that only God has the right to give and take life. One post here quotes scripture from the new testament “for the wages of sin is death” as justification for the death penalty..well then each and every one of us are worthy of death because we’re all sinners.
    I think about what sentence was handed down to our Lord and savior, this most despicable and cruel punishment for a crime he did not commit and what did he pray to his father as he hung from the cross? forgive them for they know not what they do…couldn’t God have zapped them all out at that moment? Of course he could have but he didn’t, so why should we?

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  • August 30, 2011 at 8:16am

    I read about this yesterday. Yahoo “News” is notorious for posting anti conservative stories everyday and as soon as I saw the headline, something like, “Bauchman tells crowd God caused the hurricane to reign in government spending” I just sighed. We all know how the media has an agenda to search out and destroy all conservative candidates leading up to next years election and what I say is, keep it up’ as all they are doing is providing fuel to the fire..come election time we’ll just see how their stupid tricks work for them.

  • August 29, 2011 at 10:39am

    all these things we are now witnessing today were predicted a few thousand years ago by Jesus himself but there is very little urgency within the Christian community. I often wonder how we would react if many of the terrible things which often occur internationally were to happen here? God has obviously spared this nation from many of the world’s catastrophes because of our faith in him, however we are on a rapid decline in virtually every aspect and what is worse, leading the rest of the world down with us..the time is near when all of these things we often read about elsewhere will happen here..God help us all.

  • August 29, 2011 at 10:25am

    SWEATHOG-You are right but I know Glenn’s point is that all religions find common ground while respecting each others point of view…which was evident last year during his 8/28 event. On the other hand it is very dangerous for religions to merge as there is only 1 single truth and God doesn’t compromise.
    IN Revelation it clearly states that there will be only 1 group saved during that terrible time..”those who keep the commandments of God and the testimony of Jesus Christ.” There is our truth…beware when we see religions clasping hands and compromising on certain points…remember narrow is the way, never follow the majority.

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  • August 29, 2011 at 10:17am

    DAN-I had to laugh..”Wink Wilkinson morning zoo” comment..that was funny! I have had the same minor complaint about Glenn’s radio show and the reason why I rarely listen anymore. Glenn is a superior television talent, who understands the power of persuasion but for whatever reason he pulls back a few degree’s on the radio. I suspect there are a couple of reasons for that- for one he does his show with his buddy Stu who makes him laugh and vise versa. I also think that Glenn, coming from a morning show background has a hard time leaving those “zoo” aspects behind. I find myself at times yelling at the radio, “Glenn, c-mon brother stop and get back on point.”
    It used to be I’d get my radio fix each day from Rush and at night watch Glenn…guess I’ll have to fork out the $6 bucks or whatever for his new website GBTV…I love ya Glenn but have to agree with the “Zoo” post.

  • August 20, 2011 at 11:23am

    the only vacation I would agree he take is a permanent one. It has been said and is true that during a time of such economic unrest where millions of Americans are more concerned about putting groceries on the table than to ever consider a vacation find this il advised. How many golf outings and vacations has this president taken anyway? It seems to me that this couple views the position as justification for all the perks which go with the job, at the taxpayers expense..I conclude that he wishes to raise taxes to fund his families luxurious lifestyle.

  • August 16, 2011 at 11:27am

    I’ve done a bit of research on Dominism and it is certainly something to keep an eye on, however I think it’s a bit of a stretch to link Bachman and Perry to this movement. The authors argument that they are is very weak at best but for herself and in her opinion any candidate who is conservative and Christian will always be suspected of turning our nation into a theocracy. Although I do beleive there are both leaders and members of certain churches who share this view, it certainly isn’t mainstream..at least now anyway.

  • August 16, 2011 at 10:54am

    and the next move after that would be to establish term limits..this I see as the greater problem because, as he said their only real concern is their re-election. career politicians lose touch with real Americans after to many years in office…Sheila Jackson Lee, Harry Reid and Nancy Peloci to name a few..on the other hand we continue to elect these people year after year to our own demise. Maybe just maybe last November was the wake up call we needed..America has had enough and unless we continue to vote in those who truly care for this nation we shall soon see an end of the great experiment.

  • August 16, 2011 at 10:46am

    TOMYMICHAELS – I am in total disagreement with your statement when referring Hitler to a Christian. What that man stood for was in total opposition to New Testament scripture such as “love your enemies” and since Hitler viewed Jews as his enemies he rejected Christs own teachings. Lucifer himself believes “of” Christ but rejects everything he stands for.

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  • August 16, 2011 at 10:29am

    this is beyond shocking! Totally unfathomable to think that a father of a child could do such a inconceivable thing. Know this, our world as we know it is running out of time before our Lord returns to end this once and for all. Evil has been permitted for a very short time especially when we consider eternity. All of creation throughout the universe must be watching in horror over our little planet, an example of just how evil we truly are. Come soon Lord and save us from this wrenched place.

  • August 9, 2011 at 9:21am

    just an ongoing effort to make conservatives appear loony. They knew exactly what they were doing choosing this photo for their cover. It’s appalling and childish. I can just see the magazine editors cackling like a bunch of goofy teenagers after deciding on the photo.
    I am all out of “can you imagines” ..such as can you imagine Newsweek choosing a similar photo of Barack Obama for their cover? In my opinion the further these people slime downward the more determined the conservative base will become come election time…what they are doing, and without seeming to understand the rep-ructions will work just the opposite…so I say keep doing what you’re doing.

  • July 31, 2011 at 3:03pm

    this so-called CNN host had to have been hired only in the name of “diversity’ because his interviewing “skills” were seriously lacking. It was one of the most uncomfortable exchanges I have seen from a supposed news outlet. I felt like Lemon was himself extremely uncomfortable interviewing Rand and why he came across as not only a dunce but an advocate for the democratic party. Rand handled himself with class and dignity throughout and it was painfully obvious he withheld saying the things he wanted about the interview and the interviewer himself. CNN has truly tripped over the line where now they are nothing more than a talking point carrier for this current administration. Rigid…unbelievable!!

  • July 14, 2011 at 10:12am

    in my opinion the press has reached an all time low..their extreme partisanship is seen for what it is daily and this obviously crossed over the line. The questions asked sounded like a very disgruntled voter, certainly not a journalist with integrity.
    What amazes me here is that he essentially admitted an agenda when he called himself part of the “lame stream press” yet went on to ask questions in a partisan manner anyway.
    What bothers me most is how the press is relatively successful in shaping public opinion. Sarah Palin being a prime example. I am very worried about our nation.

  • July 14, 2011 at 9:57am

    People like Bachman and Cain allow the left to act out their racism..it’s perfectly O.K. to “gay bash” and make fun of black republicans but a republican do the same to a leftist is off limits…it reeks of hypocrisy.

  • July 13, 2011 at 9:19am

    To “I love Jesus & Israel”…you quoted “those not found in the book of life were thrown into the lake of fire” O.K. lake of fire is what it says it is..what does fire do? It destroys. The word destroys was also used by Christ himself when he said, “it’s better to lose an eye than for the whole body to be destroyed” in other words what Christ was saying..if you are aware of a particular sin that prevents you from living a holy life eliminate it (not a literal eye) because the choice is far better than to lose eternal life.
    The simplest scripture of all tells us that our ultimate gift is eternal life…what is the opposite of this…eternal death…to cease to be.
    There is a hell for sure but not as interpreted by most churches today…the lake of fire is reserved for the eventual elimination of all those who rejected Christ..forever.

  • July 13, 2011 at 9:05am

    if it wasn’t an ideological decision then why were some employees reprimanded? Anyone with half a brain knows it was because of what was edited. Personally what NBC chooses to do on their network is their business but it’s also mine to refuse to watch.

  • July 13, 2011 at 9:01am

    try to imagine the press calling the lefts position on homosexuality “controversial” …have you noticed that it’s only called this when it comes from a conservative? Like S.E. said 80% of the country claims to be Christian so shouldn’t the lefts position be considered controversial being in the minority?
    outside of “marriage equality” a religious institution, what is it the media and homosexuals want? Simply put they want their lifestyle accepted the same as heterosexuals … They say they want acceptance from Christians but refuse to accept the Christian view that it’s wrong..so i ask who is it that is intolerant?

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  • July 12, 2011 at 7:44am

    and don’t forget he also said, the American people are also focused on “our programs” whatever that means..I suppose CSI means more than the future of our children. Honestly, for me, I cannot remember a time where I’ve been more focused on the state of our country and obama may wish to remember last November when all of these so-called Americans weren’t paying any attention. I say let him do and say what he wants because it’ll only mobilize the majority that much more to boot him out of office.

  • July 12, 2011 at 7:38am

    I’m happy for Glenn and his family. Texas will suite them all well..after that stupid episode at Battery Park a few weeks back I think they all need a little break from NYC. I wish them all the best with the start of their new life.

  • July 12, 2011 at 7:34am

    I wonder how these writers would feel if they were examined as ferociously as they do her. I would love to see a blog/website scrutinize these writers in the same manner they do Republican politicians. They need their backgrounds checked and written about and just maybe that would cool them down a bit.
    I’m at the point where I don’t bother reading all the garbage spewed out by the likes of Newsweek, Yahoo, USA Today, NYT and the countless others. I wish liberal readers would replace Palin’s name for Obama and realize what a huge problem we have with today’s supposed news media..the biases are inescapable.

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