User Profile: Pig.Pen


Member Since: November 21, 2012


  • [26] November 10, 2014 at 3:54pm

    Apologetics (from Greek ἀπολογία, “speaking in defense”) is the discipline of defending a position (often religious) through the systematic use of information.

  • November 4, 2014 at 5:35pm

    Until that day comes the only thing parents can do is home school their children. Why constantly fight to have your children “un-learn” what they learned in school that day or give schools this kind of power. Schools get money based on cheeks in seats, when I pulled my kids out, their tune changed. Now I don’t have to worry about tests on the Pillars of Islam, my son talking about guns like little boys are supposed to do. Is it more work, yes, but my kids are getting a BETTER education and spending less time doing it.

  • November 21, 2012 at 9:14am

    One big difference, between the woman at the well and modern day people: HE was Jesus, and you’re not. He knew the woman’s sins without her telling Him. Even still, Jesus often met with prostitutes, tax collectors (who were pretty unscrupulous) and even Pharisees (religious leaders who he reserved his harshest rebukes for). The Bible doesn’t detail him rebuking each of them, so it stands to reason he probably didn’t on every occasion.

    Instead, look at how Paul treated the people of Athens (Acts 17:22-31) who worshiped idols and even had an idol dedicated to “an unknown god.” He was kind and understanding, he even complemented them on being very religious. While Christians should stand against sin, especially in the church, we should stand against sin in our own lives and remember the greatest commandment is to love God and the second is to love our neighbor, not judge and condemn them.

  • November 21, 2012 at 8:51am

    If you are reading this and you are not a Christian, please understand that Pat Robertson does not speak for all Christians, or even most Christians. The Bible talks a lot about the Jewish religious leaders in the time of Christ known as Pharisees, unfortunately, Pat Robertson seems to have missed these large sections of the Bible because he is in fact a neo-Pharisee who is more interested in misrepresenting Christians and more importantly Christ, in order to maintain some level of notoriety and power.

    While we believe that Atheists, and all people who do not know Christ, have a void in there life that can only be filled by Christ, it does not necessarily mean that they are miserable. Furthermore, Jesus does not hate gay people or anyone else for that matter.

    That being said, we only wish to be afforded the same religious freedom that other groups are afforded in our celebration of Christmas.