User Profile: scarebear83


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  • [357] March 3, 2015 at 1:50pm

    “…saddened by the condescension toward our knowledge of the threat posed by Iran and our broader commitment to preventing nuclear proliferation.”

    Hey, lady, in case you don’t know, Israel is a lot closer, geographically speaking, to Iran than we are. So I think Israel knows a lot more about Iran than we do. You’re insulting their intelligence.

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  • [1] February 27, 2015 at 5:17pm

    Cavallo, the alien probe is still on it’s way. The time disruption would not have affected the extinction of the whales thus earth is still in trouble. That’s a major thing that I hope the reboot will tackle, even if it’s simply mentioned in a passing conversation. For instance, “hey, remember when we had to go get those whales?” It just can’t be overlooked.

  • [25] February 20, 2015 at 3:19pm

    Wait, so don’t trust the police if you’re a black criminal and get away with looting and harming cops (re: pigs). However, if you’re a white Christian conservative you’re marked as possibly being a terrorist and a greater risk to this country than actual terrorists. Thus they are no longer cops but law enforcement officers.

    The mental hoops I’ve been having to go through for the past 7 years, courtesy of left leaning folks, is making my head spin so fast I don’t even know where I am anymore.

  • [1] February 20, 2015 at 1:50pm

    If you can explain to me how a cake, floral arrangements, or wedding photos are protected rights in this country then you might have a point. Last I checked, a person does not need these things to survive. They are wants, not needs.

  • [9] February 19, 2015 at 5:02pm

    Usually people don’t come in asking for a cake to celebrate cheating on their spouse or to congratulate Jr. on stealing his first car. If they did I’m certain the Christian baker would turn them away. In this case the sin was purposely revealed and as such a Christian’s conscious would be defiled if they continued to help the person celebrating said sin.

  • [5] February 19, 2015 at 4:44pm

    creation mythos- Freedom to express both sides
    reproductive rights and sexual morality- Nobody is denying these things, just take responsibility for your own actions and don’t force the government to take care of your problem
    dress code- while I have no clue what you mean by this, what’s wrong with modesty? Nobody wants to see your rear end hanging out your britches.

  • [-1] February 16, 2015 at 9:50pm

    Because some people believe in misconceptions and continue to teach them without fact checking from the source. For example many believe Lucifer is Satan. If they read Isaiah 14 in it’s entirety and looked at key phrases they’d see the truth. Isaiah 14:4 that you will take up this proverb against the king of Babylon, and say…16“Those who see you will gaze at you,
    And consider you, saying: ‘Is this the man who made the earth tremble, Who shook kingdoms (Satan isn’t a man) 19-21 But you are cast out of your grave Like an abominable branch, Like the garment of those who are slain, Thrust through with a sword, Who go down to the stones of the pit, Like a corpse trodden underfoot. 20 You will not be joined with them in burial,
    Because you have destroyed your land And slain your people. The brood of evildoers shall never be named. 21 Prepare slaughter for his children Because of the iniquity of their fathers, Lest they rise up and possess the land, And fill the face of the world with cities…. Satan can’t die nor is he able to procreate. Besides the prophecies before and after this are about the people and lands thereof. Why in the middle of it would Isaiah go off and talk about Satan then back to the kingdoms? Therefore verse 4 is the key verse. People would benefit by studying more and accepting false doctrine less. Always check with God’s word to get the truth.

  • February 13, 2015 at 4:27pm

    Idiocracy or Minority Report. Which one will come true first? My guess is on Idiocracy maybe with a smidge of Minority Report and a dash of 1984.

  • [114] February 13, 2015 at 3:48pm

    Obama, your bias is showing. The Fort Hood shooter was workplace violence because he was Muslim and now the tables have turned it’s religious bigotry? Make up your mind, man.

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  • February 12, 2015 at 3:08am

    Actually God called the light and the darkness a day. Why would He deceive us if that’s not what He meant? “Oh, sorry guys, I meant to tell you that the first day was actually a couple billion years. Sorry for the deception there.” If that were the case then God would be untrustworthy in all He said.

    Btw off topic, ENFP here. ;)

  • [24] February 11, 2015 at 5:59am

    No matter your views on the current situation in the Middle East, this should be highly looked down upon. Thoughts and prayers to the family mourning over the loss of their loved ones.

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  • [1] February 10, 2015 at 12:40am

    Actually it was, ” I like this guy.” The other sentence was a different thought stating, “I do, however…. whatever I said.” Anyway, I like him because of his disagreement with what Obama said. Besides, he’s still a human and is worthy of salvation from the only true and living God. Christians should love and care for their neighbors (physical and spiritual needs) no matter what religion they follow.

  • [8] February 9, 2015 at 2:28pm

    Welcome to the 1930′s all over again.

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  • [220] February 9, 2015 at 11:17am

    I like this guy. I do, however, get sick of this, when things get ugly blame the Christians of the past to make Christianity seem invalid thing. Every culture and religion has had an ugly side but I don’t understand why people bring up the past and think that we who are alive today have any control over what happened. Stop arguing over what’s happened centuries ago and let’s be focused on what’s going on now. The present is what we can alter.

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  • [9] February 8, 2015 at 4:38pm

    If you have to have a parent to tell you what’s right and wrong then you’re doing it wrong. See what I did there? If the claim is true that you can be good without God then you could also be good without anyone telling you and if you go through life having someone tell you what’s right or wrong isn’t that equally as silly? I mean why do we need laws that tell us we have to stop at a stop sign if people can be good without being told? That’s why saying a person can be good without God is a bad argument to make because the premise behind it is you can be good without having to be told.

  • [1] February 5, 2015 at 9:50pm

    @Capt- Peter tells the multitude in Acts 2:38 to repent and be baptized FOR the remission of sins. 1 Peter 3:20-21 tells us there is an antitype that saves us, baptism. True, Paul was commanded to preach the gospel, however, his point is that the importance is not on who does the baptizing but on who gets baptized. In order for one to put on Christ they must do so through baptism (Romans 6).

    I think there’s a contradiction in your statement that a person is not saved by baptism but it’s a first step of obedience…. What happens if you’re disobedient? Are you saved if you don’t do as God says? If it is an obedient act then it is necessary for salvation. If it’s merely a symbol just for show as many in the world have diminished it to be then why do it at all? Why stress the importance of a symbol that is really of no use? Either baptism is an act of obedience necessary for one’s salvation or it’s nothing but an act made to appease one’s own conscious and their family members. I think the Bible tells us that it’s more than a show. Acts 22:16 Paul was commanded to do it. It wasn’t a suggestion. The Ethiopian eunuch did it. Cornelius and his household did it as well as Lydia and her household. Don’t take my word for it, look up every passage that has to do with baptism and you’ll see.

  • [4] January 28, 2015 at 6:52pm

    But simply having faith is not enough James 2:14-26. In order for one to be reborn they must be baptized. It’s an act of faith that puts us into Christ, it buries us with Him so that when we come up out of the watery grave we have been raised from the dead into life. Romans 6:1-11 and 1 Peter 3:21. Simply believing is not enough as was said that demons believe and tremble, yet they are not saved. The command to be baptized was not a manmade command it was instructed by the Lord when He said one must be born again of water and in Mark 16:15-16. Let me be clear though, it’s not the water that saves, it’s the act of obedience that does. If you need further proof then I recommend reading Hebrews 11 and see faith in action.

  • January 28, 2015 at 4:21pm

    One has a right to life and as Christians we are commanded to help those who are in need. Cakes are not needs.

    If I say I don’t cater to gay weddings then that means I don’t do gay weddings at all. I think that’s pretty uniform there. Better yet, I’m a photographer. I don’t do risque photos. I do portraits of people fully clothed. I refuse to do boudoir but if someone came up to me saying just because I provide portraits of people I’m forced to do these other kinds shots I’d look at them funny and send them on their way to someone who actually does that kind of stuff. It goes against my conscientious. Same thing if someone came to the photo shoot dressed in “god hates gays” apparel or wore a shirt with Hitler on the front of it, I’d turn them away because those ideas are not something I want to put my name on.

  • January 28, 2015 at 7:19am

    Sorry but that does not compute. It’s like telling someone to make an airplane but you don’t need to know where the materials come from. In order to have an organism evolve you first need a living organism. Abiogenesis is the Achilles heel of the evolutionary world so how do they get around it? By saying it has nothing to do with evolution and call anyone who disagrees an idiot who knows nothing about science. Problem solved, right? Sorry, but call me an idiot all you like, you can’t separate abiogenesis and evolution. Because when the two are put together the whole idea of evolution crumbles.

  • [2] January 28, 2015 at 6:52am

    So the most popular argument I often read for the gay marriage debate is that a cake baker should make a cake regardless and that making that cake for the ceremony doesn’t mean you’re participating in it, right? Ok then maybe someone can answer me this, why do atheists get angry when a government official says a prayer in a public meeting? The same line of reasoning is that you’re not actually participating in the prayer, I mean a person can stand there with their eyes open and be quiet for a minute can’t they?

    The arguments just don’t make sense. You’re not participating if you bake a cake but you are participating if someone says a prayer. Kinda backwards ain’t it? I would think actually doing work would mean you’re participating and helping out that particular cause whereas standing aside and allowing someone else to pray doesn’t exactly mean you condone it.

    As for the hospital scenario, it’s like comparing apples to motor oil. A cake is not a right (although the French may disagree jk) nor is it a life and death situation. If a doctor was discriminating against a gay person and refusing them life saving care then I’d be right there with you. However, forcing people to bake cakes for whatever reason is not right nor is it A right.

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