Socialistslayer, I can tell you’ve left God to judge him. You’ve made that abundantly clear. /sarcasm.
April 18, 2013 at 1:48pm
Doug, those people are judged through the lens of their illness. The One who descended below all understands illness better than all. He will give mercy. It’s what He does. Ignore all those who say otherwise. They are wrong.
April 18, 2013 at 1:45pm
You don’t know ANYTHING “willbedone.” Nothing at all. You can quote the Bible all day long, but until you gain charity, you have nothing.
December 21, 2012 at 8:23pm
This is absolute crap. Men are responsible for their own thoughts and sexual desires, not the women they are fantasizing about! Men, take some responsibility! Become a grownup! If you are lusting, that’s YOUR problem, not HERS.
These judges think like the Taliban. This is disgusting.
No, no no...Thats the illusion, its woman who screw men up. I've been there, most of my friends have seen it. You ladies just mess guys up.....its a fact. I've seen very intelligent men turn to jello brained idiots when confronted with a hot woman. He77 Eve screwed us all in the G of E and Adam went along no questions asked. Just the facts mam.
Oh, I forgot the wink ;-)
If life was the way you see it, commercials would never have worked. Women and men know how to make themselves more attractive. The word ATTRACTIVE says a lot. This kind of stuff Is all over the Old Testament. Better than any soap opera... Human nature. We are supposed to stay away from situations that are harmful to our souls.
Why do we try to teach our daughters to dress decently if there's nothing wrong with showing everything?
December 11, 2012 at 10:57pm
Um, ancient river, flash floods, you saw it in a drought, the water has been diverted for agriculture or drinking….God made it in 3 minutes is not the only possible explanation.
 October 31, 2012 at 10:39am
I wonder if these researchers considered the impact of honor killings. After all, I wouldn’t have premarital sex if my father/brother/uncle would kill me for it! It’s not the burqa, it’s the culture of believing a woman’s body is not hers, it’s her male relatives’.
My thoughts exactly. Christianity is a religion of forgiveness that does stone people people to death. It makes sense to me that a Muslim women in the developing world would not engage in per-marital sex. Not only that but if you get married off at 12 are you really thinking about sex even after you are married.
...or the culture of "honor killings"?
October 29, 2012 at 1:36pm
Ah, idiocy. Capitalism + Free Speech = they’ll either sell these to the crude crowd or lose their shirt (ha!).
October 2, 2012 at 5:49pm
Oh, and Mcsledge? Bringing up stonings, then saying we don’t do that anymore…well, are you saying that some of the Bible no longer applies? No? Which parts?
And I have plenty of Biblical education, thank you. I’ve read both the Old and New Testaments. Attend church every week. And guess what? Still think being a stay-at-home dad is awesome and can be great for the kids, and don’t see what the other random Bible quotes have to do with anything.
October 2, 2012 at 5:44pm
McSledge, I’m missing the part of the Bible that says “Man should work and woman should stay home.” For one thing, did you know that until the invention of the dishwasher (or so), woman’s work was just as financially necessary as the man’s? It was division of labor, not money/childcare. Women had to put up the produce a man, by his bigger muscles, was more capable of bringing in, make clothes, make CLOTH for the clothes, and do a bunch of other financially necessary stuff. Life is different now. I could just as easily get into a Bible-bashing session with you, but I’m just going to reiterate what you and so many like you miss: Matthew 7:1. Judge not that ye be not judged. (I’m partial to the King James.) Are the children happy and well taken care of? Are both spouses happy? Is there enough money for the necessities of life? Then BUTT OUT.
October 2, 2012 at 2:06pm
Aw, that’s nice, RJJinGadsden, except that you’re not really being nice, you’re being passive-agressive.. But you might want to pray for those with a beam in their eye, as well.
October 2, 2012 at 1:41pm
I’m loving all the judgmental comments about other people’s decisions on how to take care of their family! Remove my mote, you good Christians!
By all means, go ahead and live your life the way you desire. The worst that anybody here may do is pray for you.
If God told man to leave his father and his mother and to become one with his wife, is a Christian wrong to challenge attacks on the family? NO!
If God told man to multiple and procreate with his spouse, is a Christian wrong for challenging illigitimate births, abortions, or failing to have children when one is able? NO!
If God told man that he is worse than an infidel if he does not provide for his own, is a Christian wrong for challenging men who fail to provide for their own? NO!
And yet, God has made all of these declarations through His servants, the prophets.
If you want to push Bible themes, you had better know the Bible first. Should we return to stoning? Wasn't judgment involved in these situations? Ignorance is true bliss for the godless.
Aw, that's nice, RJJinGadsden, except that you're not really being nice, you're being passive-agressive.. But you might want to pray for those with a beam in their eye, as well.
RJJinGadsden ...no you won't, pray for my destruction...sure
McSledge, I'm missing the part of the Bible that says "Man should work and woman should stay home." For one thing, did you know that until the invention of the dishwasher (or so), woman's work was just as financially necessary as the man's? It was division of labor, not money/childcare. Women had to put up the produce a man, by his bigger muscles, was more capable of bringing in, make clothes, make CLOTH for the clothes, and do a bunch of other financially necessary stuff. Life is different now. I could just as easily get into a Bible-bashing session with you, but I'm just going to reiterate what you and so many like you miss: Matthew 7:1. Judge not that ye be not judged. (I'm partial to the King James.) Are the children happy and well taken care of? Are both spouses happy? Is there enough money for the necessities of life? Then BUTT OUT.
Oh, and Mcsledge? Bringing up stonings, then saying we don't do that anymore...well, are you saying that some of the Bible no longer applies? No? Which parts?
And I have plenty of Biblical education, thank you. I've read both the Old and New Testaments. Attend church every week. And guess what? Still think being a stay-at-home dad is awesome and can be great for the kids, and don't see what the other random Bible quotes have to do with anything.
October 1, 2012 at 8:40pm
I think the reason for affirmative action-type programs is to try to make up for discrimination that limited opportunities of a particular race or gender, right? So, if you don’t look like a minority and your name doesn’t give you away (i.e. Gonzalez, Nez, Shaniqua), should you benefit from affirmative action programs? Whether they exist is a different topic, but given that they do exist, it seems “believing” you are a minority doesn’t cut it.
I think it would be sweet if Warren were belatedly arrested for practicing law without a license.
Or smoking peyote without a license.
September 27, 2012 at 12:43am
My 8th grade students, especially the boys, would eat their lunch in my class at 10:00. By lunchtime, they were starving again, and needed a third “lunch” after school. Not to be cliche, but these are growing boys! I suggested to their moms to pack them a double lunch, or at least 2 sandwiches, because they really were that hungry. These are regular- to slim-sized boys, too. An 850 calorie lunch is just not enough for them.
September 19, 2012 at 9:52am
Yes, medicine doesn’t know how to cure everything. But doctors DO know how to cure appendicitis! Can’t we use doctors for what they’re good for AS we pray? The two are actually compatible!
September 14, 2012 at 10:56am
It’s funny how supportive Blaze readers are of Lizzie, and yet, try writing an article about a Democratic woman — ANY Democratic woman — and regardless of the content of the article, about 1/2 the comments are about how ugly she is. Maybe we should always focus on the content of someone’s character or ideas. This article is a good lesson.
A fair point, but democratic women have demonstrated that they are ugly people through to the bone. Ugly not in appearance but as a person.
I totally agree. I am rather enjoying reading these comments until I get to one like 00100111.
September 12, 2012 at 6:37pm
Bravo! Thank you, peaceful Muslims, for coming out against your so-called co-religionists without any excuses. This is what we need to combat the hate and fear from both sides.
September 8, 2012 at 10:43pm
I wonder how many people here have a friend or loved one with a mental disorder, or themselves have one. I’d say around 100%, and if you think you’re an exception, you’re wrong. You’re either in denial or, because of your unkindness, your friend or loved one is hiding their diagnosis from you. Let’s be charitable, and pray that Jackson will be able to get away from his debilitating depression and be on an even keel.
September 8, 2012 at 10:40pm
He’s not a schizo. That’s a different disorder. He has Bipolar II Disorder. Read the article.
September 7, 2012 at 11:45pm
Why are you so concerned about her looks and why do you have to be such a jerk about it? Also, I’m missing the relevance here.