User Profile: Pig.Pen

Member Since: November 21, 2012

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  • [16] May 25, 2016 at 9:48am

    Obviously you are not a Christian, so for other non Christians who may have missed this: Matt is talking about spiritual warfare not physical warfare. What does spiritual warfare mean? Instead of focusing on things seen the Bible teaches that there are things we cannot see that compete for the souls of men. It is in this realm of men’s souls where this warfare takes place.

  • [83] April 15, 2016 at 12:31am

    Benjamin, you are not alone. I don’t have autism, but my ADHD is so severe that back in the early 80′s that’s what they thought I had. Perhaps it was that memory, perhaps it’s because my son is 10 also, but I wept reading your poem. It took me back to being 10 and I wish I could give you a hug. Jesus loves you Benjamin and His power is made prefect in our weakness. May God richly bless you.

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  • [36] February 17, 2016 at 12:11pm

    Incorrect sir. While the reason we believe that homosexuality is immoral is rooted in our belief in God and the Bible there are many extra-Biblical sources that corroborate this. Take for example children raised by gay parents who are okay with homosexuality, but are speaking out against gay parenting. Or, you could study ancient Rome where homosexuality was rampant, so rampant in fact that eventually it was banned because as Romans became more sexually depraved in their homosexuality and pedophilia no one was having babies to replace the citizens dying off. You can also look to Japan a country where lust and pornography have become so ingrained in culture that they can’t get young people to have sex anymore so they can reproduce and/or get married. That’s just off the top of my head. Point being, just because you shout down and censor anyone who disagrees with you or any studies that disagree with you doesn’t mean they’re no longer there.

  • [6] February 17, 2016 at 12:05pm

    Might I suggest procuring a dictionary of the English language? Christaphobe’s like yourself seem to always use words differently than they were intended. Here’s a few to get you started:

    Phobia – A phobia is a type of anxiety disorder, usually defined as a persistent fear of an object or situation the affected person will go to great lengths to avoid, typically disproportional to the actual danger posed.

    Fact – a thing that is indisputably the case.

    Mysticism – belief that union with or absorption into the Deity or the absolute, or the spiritual apprehension of knowledge inaccessible to the intellect, may be attained through contemplation and self-surrender.

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  • [25] January 28, 2016 at 11:55pm

    Yup, it’s almost like Trump and Ailes worked together on this so the Donald didn’t have to face the music and every questions could be a hit piece on Cruz. And there’s too many people up there. John Kasich, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul and Chris Christie aren’t going to win, so why give them the lion’s share of time?

  • [12] January 28, 2016 at 11:53pm

    Who cares what that fat-a@@ said. He’s just running to get another TV show. And who cares where the banks are, is B of A or Wells Fargo (both in Charlotte) any better? Huckabee is barely a conservative, and he shouldn’t be running for anything after he pardoned someone who went on to kill again.

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  • [3] January 28, 2016 at 11:48pm

    Ailes and Trump are in-cahoots on this one. Trump doesn’t show up so he doesn’t have to face the mounting questions about his very liberal statements within the last year, meanwhile, Fox plays a hit piece on Cruz mid-debate and that Libtard Wallace acts as the hatchet-man. Meanwhile, Trump goes unscathed as he’s off raising money for his own charity, I mean vets, of course it’s all about the vets. This is the extent the establishment, which includes Trump (follow the money he’s donated), is willing to go to take Cruz out.

  • [80] January 28, 2016 at 11:42pm

    e tu Blaze? Cruz made the point that Jeff Sessions and Steve King, both widely regarded as two of the most anti-amnesty people in Washington, both corroborated his story. His amendment was a poison pill to the Gang of 8 bill and one of many amendments he proposed to make the bill workable. Ted Cruz has led the charge against amnesty and now one of your writers is going all Chris Wallace against Cruz.

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  • May 27, 2015 at 1:35pm

    Spend your time removing the plank from your own eye, pharisee.

  • [1] May 27, 2015 at 1:34pm

    @bgerald You wouldn’t understand. There’s a reason they call it the “Chair Force” and they call us Devil Dogs. One other significant difference is that we’re kind of a tight knit group. I don’t know any of these other Marines on here, but whether it be on the Internet, in a bar or on the battlefield Marines don’t need to know one another to treat each other as brothers. So please, don’t be disrespectful to the Sgt. Major. He was trying to politely correct someone who was calling our fallen brother a soldier. Personally, I don’t care much what people say about me when I’m dead, but please don’t let them call me a soldier, or a sailor and fight them if they call me an air-man.

  • [-1] May 27, 2015 at 1:22pm

    Well, I’m done with this site. You cannot just post graphic pictures of a mother holding a little boy who’s been shot with no warning. My heart sank and I feel nauseous. Ask most veterans what the hardest thing to forget is and for any who have seen it, it’s the dead children. Seeing this picture has pretty much ruined my day.

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  • [1] May 26, 2015 at 4:16pm

    It’s not disrespectful to not want to see certain things. As a former Marine, who needs absolutely no help remembering because I remember every day, every hour, sometimes every minute. I think it’s irresponsible to be surprised by things like this. I like the Blaze, but this site is a dumpster fire of Internet trends that went out a decade ago. Pop-up ads, pages that take forever to load, cluttered layout with no responsive design. Calling someone else disrespectful who doesn’t want to see that seems, well, disrespectful.

  • [-1] April 21, 2015 at 11:32am

    This is false rumor, see below.

    http://jonathanmerritt.religionnews.com/2015/01/15/andy-stanley-gets-surprisingly-real-love-sex-dating/

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  • [21] April 21, 2015 at 11:24am

    Well, if you actually knew Andy Stanley or knew about him, you’d know that he drives a 5 year old car, takes a rather meager salary and donates all of the money from his books (which are priced very cheap to begin with) back to his church. You may disagree with what he does or how he goes about it, but he’s anything but a “whore”. I have personally heard the man preach that homosexuality goes against God’s teaching, but perhaps if you’re so concerned with the message being diluted and the affront it represents to the Almighty, you might want to work on the plank in your own eye and put the stone down. Remember, you and I will both need to give an account for every idle word we speak (Matt. 12:36). Also, you might read your Bible and see the Apostle Paul did not chastise the Athenians for their idols, instead he use them to make inroads to spread the Gospel, which is what I think Andy is trying to do.

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  • [11] April 21, 2015 at 11:16am

    So I hear this a lot that Christ did not teach hate, and He didn’t, but he also didn’t teach intellectual tolerance either. Truth by its very nature is absolute. Something cannot both be the truth and a lie at the same time in the same context, despite what many professors may teach today. I think perhaps you’re working with a faulty definition of hate, which means to feel intense or passionate dislike towards something. Believing that something goes against God’s teaching and is therefore sin, does not mean that you hate the individual carrying out the act.

    I do not believe that homosexuality is a good thing, but that does not mean I hate gay people. You probably don’t agree with many of the things most of the people in your life do or say, but that does not mean there is a causal relationship towards hate. Jesus taught that He was the truth, in fact he said that, “Everyone who loves truth listens to My voice.” There are not different versions of the truth, truth is absolute. I believe Jesus died and raised himself from the dead. He said that homosexuality was bad, so I accept Him at His word. He also said, love those who hate you, pray for those who persecute you and so I do, or at least try to. Jesus did not teach us to hate someone in return, but He also didn’t teach us to compromise ourselves or His truth in the process.

    Also, the 10% of the population being gay thing is a red-herring not math. The study you reference used prison inmates as its subjects.

  • [4] March 1, 2015 at 4:58pm

    While I would support Walker, and he’d be a lot better than Romney, this is why I’m concerned. His abortion credentials as well as his credentials on immigration are pretty weak, combine that with the fact that he’s a career politician and I rank him as the 4th best candidate behind Cruz, Paul and Carson.

  • [2] February 22, 2015 at 12:16am

    Some murderers are unrepentant, others just hide it, either way it’s murder and we’ve allowed genocide to occur in these United States.

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  • February 21, 2015 at 6:55pm

    While I agree with the sentiment, I believe you are in serious error to lump Joyce Meyer in there. While I may not agree with everything she teaches, her teaching in no way treats the Bible like a self help book (even though God intended for us to find answers on how to live better in it). Furthermore, it is wrong to attack brothers and sisters in Christ, debate their ideas, rebuke their actions, but if you feel fit to judge them I’ve got a pool I’d like to see you walk across. In the end Jesus loves you and is the only path to redemption, the rest pals in comparison to these truths.

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  • [7] February 12, 2015 at 5:26pm

    Your reading comprehension would suggest you went to public school. What the author is advocating for is protecting children from the indoctrination found in public schools and how our culture could be changed through home-schooling. The not so subtle suggestion here is that we all should work hard to wrestle power from the Federal Leviathan. As someone who home schools their kids, I can say most home school parents teach evolution alongside creationism. We teach our kids about communism and socialism along with anarchy and libertarian-ism. With that being said, we do teach our kids to think what we think in certain areas, it’s called parenting and when we’re done our children are released into the wild to make their own decisions and decide if we were right or wrong. But maybe it’s indoctrination that has taught my 8 year old to write computer code and my 6 year old to read at an 8th grade level. You liberals are free to call it what you like, but I just call it effective.

  • January 31, 2015 at 7:24pm

    How can you read this and arrive at that conclusion? Jesus loves the little Muslims, they are precious in His sight. God tarries only so that more may be converted, including Muslims. I know I struggle with this too, but we must forgive those who persecute us… Even Muslims.