User Profile: JediKnight


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  • [5] September 16, 2014 at 10:13pm

    Her entire dance looked fun, not sensual or sexual.

    God uses all things for his will.

  • [4] September 16, 2014 at 10:10pm

    If you see a sexual object when you’re watching her, or any other contestant, dance, then maybe the problem is with you.

    I see a mature young woman that is also a wonderful dancer that looks like she’s having a wonderful time dancing.

    Praise be to God that she’s willing to go on this show and talk about the Lord while learning how to dance.

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  • [5] September 16, 2014 at 10:01pm

    Overt Christian faith? Really Billy? You make it sound like they’re out proselytizing all the time when all they really do is say grace at dinner time.

    Their “overt Christian faith” is no different from most Christian families. The difference is that they don’t have any problem talking about God in the public square.

  • [14] September 15, 2014 at 11:38am

    The same areas also have a lot less people in them. Imagine that, higher areas of population density having higher crime rates.

    But let’s blame it on the water.

  • [7] September 15, 2014 at 10:04am

    @zappa: ISIS is evil. Satisfied?

  • [10] September 15, 2014 at 9:40am

    @Troo: Yes I can. If no one, including the cops, saw any money change hands, then they’ve got nothing and can’t charge someone for prostitution.

  • September 14, 2014 at 5:26pm

    Yeah, but they can’t just abolish one circuit and then recreate it because they don’t like the judges.

    Reorganizing circuits is not nearly as easy as it sounds without holding a huge majority in both houses of congress. Even President Adams and Jefferson were only able to do what they did because of the vast numbers of congressional support that they had.

  • September 13, 2014 at 9:43pm

    Lol. I love his comment about the beard. If Beck wants to grow one, he probably just needs to have patience. I use to think that I couldn’t grow one. Then I just let my facial hair grow for over a month. The I let it grow for over two months. Know what I found out? That it takes me about 3 months to get a good, decent beard going. Once it’s there, it looks great.

    Everything else Phil says is spot on as well. Fame, fortune, none of it matters if you don’t have God. We are suppose to be godly during the entire week, not just a few days during the weekend. Worship doesn’t end after church. It’s suppose to continue at home, at work, and everywhere else you go. That doesn’t mean you have to preach to every person you meet. It just means you should be loving everyone. It also means it’s a continual process. We are an imperfect, fallen being.

  • September 13, 2014 at 10:55am

    The govt shouldn’t have their nose in it anyway, state or federal. The only involvement from them should be in the form of enforcing the contract.

  • [1] September 12, 2014 at 12:46pm

    How is this controversial? It’s in scripture. Jesus knew it would happen because it had to happen. There’s nothing controversial about this. Many Jews believed Jesus Christ was the Messiah. The Pharisees wanted him gone because he was a threat to their power structure.

    I guess he could’ve said “Some of the Jews killed him” but it’s true either way.

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  • [2] September 12, 2014 at 12:37pm

    Her kids will learn this without her exposing herself to them all the time. She doesn’t need to be walking around the house half naked in order for them to learn this.

    How about instead of this that she monitors what they do online and the magazines they read. Find them reading a playboy? Take it away and trash it. Let them know that kind of thing is not allowed in your house.

    If they don’t figure out that real women don’t have perfect curves by the time they’ve hit their teen years, then she isn’t paying enough attention to what they’re reading. It isn’t hard to tell kids that the women they see in magazines have been heavily photoshoped. You can even find the videos on the Internet.

    Goodness gracious, you don’t need to walk around the house half naked for your kids to learn this.

  • September 12, 2014 at 4:10am

    Even WBC isn’t out trying to stone non believers or kill them for not believing. They protest and that’s as far as they go. They use harsh language. I’ve yet to see or hear about WBC throwing rocks at gay people or cutting someone’s head off for not being a believer. It just doesn’t happen. And yes, by now, most people know that WBC does not represent mainstream Christianity.

    The liberals that agree with Charlie Rose are simply spouting the “every religion has extremists” bs non logic. The statement may be true, but a Christian “extremist” isn’t out cutting peoples heads off or stoning them for not being a believer. A Christian “extremist” might be protesting or simply praying (like outside of an abortion clinic), but they rarely kill people.

    On the other hand, an Islamic extremist is doing all of those things. For them, it’s convert or die.

  • [1] September 12, 2014 at 4:04am

    Bill Maher may not like Christianity or religion in general, but he’s not a complete idiot. Christians don’t go around claiming that everyone that doesn’t believe or that leaves the religion should be killed. Christians don’t go around stoning gays. Christians don’t try to kill people that draw pictures of Christ or that put a crucifix into a jar of urine. We may not like it, but we don’t try to kill those people.

  • [10] September 9, 2014 at 10:14am

    How about no? We live in a Constitutional Republic. The whole point of the Constitution is that it protects the minority from the majority. If we had honorable people at all levels, this would never be an issue.

    The best way to get a bad law changed its through civil disobedience. That brings more attention to it. Following it would indicate acceptance.

  • [5] September 9, 2014 at 12:45am

    He backs up when they walk toward him and returns to his position as they leave. I wouldn’t call that stepping toward them in a threatening manner.

    They were clearly just mad that the video was already online and decided they’d handle the problem right there. What’s a little trampling of rights when you’re the guy wearing body armor anyway?

  • [20] September 9, 2014 at 12:37am

    @DadRocked: Then maybe they should’ve stayed at their posts and not allowed someone else to become a distraction. Looks to me like they were bored and didn’t want to be recorded. If they’re just enforcing the law, they shouldn’t have anything to be worried about. The trouble is, the militarized types tend to let the authority go to their head and then they forget that they’re suppose to be enforcing the law.

  • [23] September 9, 2014 at 12:33am

    @DadRocked: I’d they can’t ignore a comment coming from someone that is exercising their rights at a very safe distance, then they don’t belong in law enforcement. He was on his own property and has no obligation to go inside or back away any further no matter what they’re saying.

    They closed the gap because they didn’t want to be filmed. Why don’t they want to be filmed? What are they hiding? When those charged with enforcing the law end up trampling it, we have a problem.

  • [25] September 9, 2014 at 12:28am

    Yeah, and I’m sure the walls of his house will stop the bullets when they start flying.

    Everyone in the area is in potential line of sight. By that logic, we should let the police go door to door and clear every home that might be in potential line of sight “for their own good”.

  • [89] September 9, 2014 at 12:24am

    @retired: That’s ******** and you know it. These guys could’ve just kept on walking, but they decided to become thugs. They can say they’re giving a lawful order all they want, that doesn’t make it so.

    These guys are just two bullies using their heavy duty equipment to abuse their authority.

    Maybe if these jerks lost their jobs, benefits, and any possibility of serving in law enforcement or higher office everytime they did this kind of thing, they’d stop doing it. Instead, they usually get suspended with pay until the investigation is over, then they’re right back on the street.

  • [20] September 8, 2014 at 5:23pm

    @Georgie: Not discussing it is accepting it. Silent acceptance is no different from condoning the behavior. Did Jesus silently accept it? Nope, he spoke out against it constantly.

    The problem we’re seeing with this kind of preaching is that it’s an effort to get people that would normally simply turn away because they don’t like the message. Read the Bible. Plenty turned away from Jesus. Did he go after them or change his message? Nope.

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