User Profile: ruffn

Member Since: April 26, 2013


  • January 20, 2014 at 2:38pm

    Loving your neighbor means doing whats best for them and their safety, in order to show love to our fellow man we must be truthful about the dangers of certain sexual acts, orientation be damned I could care less, we don’t allow all hetero’s to do whatever acts they want just because they’re hetero and if they had an act that was spreading disease and death across the entire planet at rates that are simply astounding then I would expect people to stand up and say something as well. I do love how people who aren’t Christians are suddenly Theology majors when it comes to homosexuality though, thanks for the laugh.

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  • January 20, 2014 at 2:35pm

    And as Christian I would support you and move on to the next business, no skin off my back and God Bless ya.

  • January 10, 2014 at 5:45pm

    So your supporting Incest, polygamy, multi-group marriages, and every other possible type of “coupling”? This has nothing to do with equal rights, never did, if people suffering from same-sexless attraction wanted they could of got the same rights with a civil union, but that wouldn’t force the rest of the world to deal with it. Marriage was made to celebrate the natural joining of a man and a woman to procreate and produce happy, healthy, moral, and strong children, two men or 4 men and a goat have zero argument for barging there way into that institution, the same as if SSA’s had Rainblow Unions, hetero’s would have zero argument to barge their way into it. This entire PC equality BS is nothing but a smokescreen to force people to accept what is unacceptable in both biological and secular terms in the hopes that somehow it will remove the remorse and self-inflicted pain coming from those who refuse to face their disability.

  • May 8, 2013 at 4:17pm

    2 wrongs don’t make a right, this church has its morals right in its views on sexual immorality, but the picketing a soldier who fought for this country is pathetic, all people have sin, ALL, this one just had a sexual sin, doesn’t mean he cant be saved and certainly doesn’t take away from what he may have sacrificed for his country. I find it interesting that so many people are looking at this from the wrong point of view, as if somehow this church’s blatant hatred towards homosexuality somehow makes it no longer immoral, on the other hand I find hard to classify these people as Christians, so take it how you want, point is, you can let someone know there doing something wrong without being a complete hypocrite and pretending you don’t have sins that may be just as offensive to God.

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  • May 4, 2013 at 1:41am

    wow it posted on the wrong thread, my bad

  • May 4, 2013 at 1:02am

    @Skunk I think it has to do with humbling yourself and coming to repentance for sins, as christians or for any person we sometimes make excuses for our faults, or try to ignore them completely, our religion requires that we constantly make amends for those faults, and for us that redemption is through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. So as we pray daily we are reminded of what God sacrificed for us, and for us that believe in Jesus, the thought that our lord went through what he did for us, all that pain and suffering, can only lead us to bow our heads and be even more open to admit the wrongs we’ve done and repent. Thats how I was taught anyway, hope that helps.

  • May 4, 2013 at 12:48am

    Good luck Antoine, I wish you all the best, you are a true role model for the youth that today has very few, and the few they have just aren’t worth the air they breath.

  • May 3, 2013 at 10:49pm

    MSNBC to America : Look, we have no freakin idea what we’re doing, the fact anyone even hired us is amazing, please don’t point out our flaws, we’ve used up all 60 months of our food stamps and, well, we refuse to do real work to earn money because it’s just too damn easy to be King Hussein’s Propaganda Network, it requires absolutely no thought whatsoever, and we can be as perverse and despicable as possible and we will get a phone call and a handshake from the president. Life is good when your a progressive ignorant.

  • April 29, 2013 at 2:35pm

    The proof is in the fact that we’re willing to be bashed and hated because our faith and religion obliges us to make someone aware when they’re sinning, regardless of what may happen to us, I dont hate homosexuals out of some Christian bigotry, quite the opposite, if I actually hated them, I would let them continue in their perversions and let them reap what they’ve sown, instead I attempt to make them aware that there are other options, having a disability doesn’t have to be a crutch, it can be something that you can overcome, and be all the better for it, and when your ready to do that, Christians are here to help. I dont see that coming from any other group out there, go into a mosque, tell them your homosexual, and see how they run to help you. Well, actually, dont do that, they have a habit of executing them.

  • April 29, 2013 at 1:13pm

    This whole equal rights argument is really getting old, Im interested in how it applies to homosexuals but somehow does’nt apply to the many other forms of sexual disabilities, its ok for 2 men to be “wed” but not a man and 2 woman, its ok for two woman but not for 2 sisters. Are they not people too? Arent we still discriminating against them? You can call me a bigot all you’d like but I refuse to say that one form of sexual abnormalities is acceptable yet many others are not, that would be hypocritical. I think the main reason that ****’s get so worked up over this is the fact that they are the last group that should have the ability to wed, polygamous groups, incestuous couples, and pedophiles (assuming the child has reached puberty) all have the ability to have real intercourse, produce children, and provide the children with a mother and father, all things that a homosexual cannot achieve. The only argument against them is social morality, which magically disappears when homosexuality comes into the argument. In that sense I would think that beastiality and homosexuality should be the on the bottom of the list as far as marriage progressions goes.