User Profile: Spaceman61

Spaceman61

Member Since: January 06, 2011

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  • [13] July 20, 2015 at 2:29pm

    Jesse, you get my courage award. Thank you, my friend – I know you’ll get a lot of heat for this, but I couldn’t agree with you more.
    Stop the hate… with love for all.

  • [3] July 9, 2015 at 4:51pm

    Hey, the show is called “THE VIEW”,not “A VIEW”… maybe – for the sake of clarity – they should change the name to “THE ONLY VIEW”.

  • [1] July 7, 2015 at 1:56pm

    I don’t think that was the essence of what they did. They didn’t say they wouldn’t serve the people, they said they didn’t serve what the people were asking for. That is a very big difference. I don’t know the details of the case, but I would assume that if they had simply asked for a wedding cake (no top piece) they would have made the cake. I am not sure how it violates MY rights to demand somebody do something that violates THEIR conscience. It seems like the court is denying them their right to religious freedom.

  • May 28, 2015 at 2:03pm

    Pat Robertson has been excoriated by the news media AND conservatives for his past statements. Such statements – regardless of who makes them – assume SO much, not the least of which is the ability to know the mind and/or will of God.
    What people are reacting to precisely the hypocrisy of the media who criticize Robertson and give Sharpton a pass… and we call THAT racism.
    Sharpton should thank you for giving him the benefit of the doubt though. To you, he was just being ‘ironic’ – I think you give him way too much credit. If that were his point, he needed to be more clear. I bet you didn’t give Robertson the benefit of the doubt.

  • [5] May 15, 2015 at 2:01pm

    While I am not a YEC, I do think that the evidence is more supportive of creation than random chance evolution. The universe shows more signs of intelligent design than it does randomness. I think YEC’s do more of a disservice to creationism, however, by insisting a 7,000 year old planet. At best, that is inferred, as the Bible does not state how old the earth is: so there is no inconsistency in believing the Bible and that the earth is billions of years old. But knowing that it bothers Dawson so much kinda makes it worth while.

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  • April 19, 2015 at 7:06am

    Feel that hate… ouch!
    But Jesus loves you, brother.

  • [1] April 19, 2015 at 7:03am

    Any chance you could provide a source for that seemingly unbelievable statistic?

  • April 7, 2015 at 6:43am

    Looks like a great recycling story… the kids needs the help of the “Go Green” lobby. Occupy Cardboard! Fight the power!

  • [1] March 25, 2015 at 2:15pm

    I applaud the decision to pull these NDE books. The gospels and scripture really provide all of the evidence a thinking person needs. If someone finds a NDE more convincing than the resurrection, it is not Christianity they believe in.

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  • [1] March 4, 2015 at 3:30pm

    Not sure I understand what you’re saying. What I think Carson was saying – as an example – that homosexual tendencies/behaviors can be learned or may the result of circumstances. I personally have numerous homosexual friends who have a childhood trauma of sexual abuse. I don’t think that was just coincidental to their homosexuality, but more likely causal. I also think denying that possibility shows an incredibly dishonest bias.
    By the way “supposed to be so intelligent”? Really? You’re going to try to “Palin” the neurosurgeon? Not buying it.

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  • February 27, 2015 at 9:59am

    It is an idiotic comment on SO many levels, but I am not surprised, as this has become common at MSNBC. What a shame..

  • February 20, 2015 at 9:36am

    What do you suppose are the odds are that the universe (ordered and intelligent as it is) came into existence from nothing. Does that not violate the first rule of science? And why does that inconsistency not trouble you as much as the existence of God? I cannot mock people who don’t believe in God, but I do question the reasons they give such as ‘there is no proof of God’. I actually would find it strange that any God would be voluntarily subject Himself to human judgment. To me – that notion is preposterous. Can you imagine the lawsuits filed against God after a tsunami? Follow your own logic and see how ludicrous such a thought is.

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  • February 20, 2015 at 9:26am

    And what, then, of love? Say you have a friend who has pronounced to you that she loves a certain man. And let’s also say it is the third time she has made this pronouncement in the last six months, each time about a different man. You cannot know whether her pronouncement is true, but you suspect it is not true. While she cannot prove it is true, neither can you prove it is not. Does that mean love does not exist? What about when your Grandmother tells you how much she loves her husband of 55 years. Can she prove that she loves her husband? Should she be believed? Where is her proof? You would look at the evidence – which is not proof – and come to your own conclusion.
    There is an incredible amount of evidence for the existence of God. I personally have spent thousands of hours reviewing the evidence, over and over again. I do so because – in my opinion- there is no more important question that needs to be answered. I have come to the conclusion, based on the evidence, that God is real. Furthermore, I have come to conclusion that Jesus Christ is God’s son and that He came into the world to testify to the truth and to save us from our sins. If you have examined the evidence (as I have) and have reached a different conclusion, then we are like two jurors who disagree. This does not make either you or me an idiot – it just means we disagree. But for those who have not looked carefully at the evidence and base their conclusion on sensational headlines, they are fools.

  • [3] February 18, 2015 at 3:30pm

    (There have been a lot of racist remarks on The Blaze lately. I can’t help but think these are phony. )

    Any decent person can see the truth of this act. The performer over-reacted to a drunk ‘fan’. She should have been removed from the club. The assailant should be arrested. There is no way to defend his actions.

  • February 4, 2015 at 3:41pm

    I thought the screen was a great play. The ball was there… the receiver was there… give credit to Butler – who made an OUTSTANDING play. It was a great game – especially if you didn’t care who won.

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  • [4] February 4, 2015 at 3:12pm

    I wonder if someone came in looking for a “Congratulations on Your Abortion!” cake, if someone could refuse to make that cake – or if the government would fine the company.
    I find it disconcerting that those who are ‘fighting for the rights of the oppressed’ seem perfectly willing to BE the oppressors.

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  • [7] January 26, 2015 at 8:37am

    but that’s okay – because all the answers will be right if you can explain how you arrived at the answer.

  • [1] January 23, 2015 at 2:41pm

    Well, if it is some sort of crab, she got a real bargain… have you seen the price of crab lately?

  • [2] December 2, 2014 at 10:29am

    Not that I expect anyone to be persuaded by this, but the fact is that there IS plenty of evidence of the death and resurrection of Jesus: eyewitness accounts that were written down within one lifetime of Jesus’ death; the otherwise inexplicable transformation of the apostles; the experiential evidence of millions.
    I don’t believe God forces belief onto anyone, but I do believe – because I have seen it with my own eyes (i.e. I have experienced it) that if you knock, the door shall be opened; if you ask, you shall receive. No, it is not a magic trick, but a loving God.
    It is interesting to me how atheists will use any perceived contradiction they can find in the Bible (which only really signifies their lack of understanding) as authoritative proof that God does not exist, but will dismiss all of the other accounts that certainly prove the divinity of Christ.
    What I do sincerely thank atheists for is that their challenges have caused me to dig deeper and look at the evidence. This has led me to books such as “King’s Cross” by Timothy Keller, “Mere Christianity” by C.S. Lewis, and “Has Christianity Failed You?” , and “Jesus Among Other Gods” by Ravi Zacharias. It is strengthened and deepened my faith through reason, so I can so much more fully appreciate this God who loves me.

  • [13] December 1, 2014 at 4:50pm

    Imaginary conversation between Richard Dawkins and his daughter.
    Dawkins: Good night, darling… I love you.
    Daughter: That’s a very interesting thought, Daddy. Can you prove that you love me?
    Dawkins:Well, I take care of you, don’t I?
    Daughter: Yes, but there could be many other reasons for that. Also, if you weren’t around, the government would take care of me.. does that mean the government loves me, too?
    Dawkins: Well, I do love you. You’ll just have to take my word for it.
    Daughter: But what IS love?
    Dawkins: Love is a feeling.
    Daughter: Can you prove love exists scientifically? I mean, I have never seen love, have you?
    Dawkins: No, you can’t see love, but you can feel it.
    Daughter: But when people tell you you they feel God, you say they are absurd.
    Dawkins: Go to sleep, darling.

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