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  • [2] March 26, 2015 at 10:18pm

    It never ceases to amaze me the temerity of men. I suppose it has to do with ignorance. The uninformed about God’s word don’t know what is going on. I turn on the television and see Bible prophecy unfolding before my eyes. The Bible even said there would be scoffers in the face of the stark truth. So even by your silliness you are part of fulfilling Bible prophecy.

    You may ask yourself this one question. If I am wrong what are the consequences. The world will continue as it is and get darker and colder and more violent until the next inevitable conflagration. There will be a lessening of hope and who knows what after that. Another dark ages maybe is in the offing. The Muslims are working toward that very end. Another revolution of sorts might be the result, sort of like the Terminator series. Neither of which is very promising for mankind.

    If you are wrong the world will grow darker and older and more violent until the next inevitable conflagration. Then this miserable world will give way to something better ruled by One in truth and light. Evil will be vanquished and all will be made right and perfect.

    It won’t be very good for those who scoffed and didn’t want to be a part of it. That is true. Those unfortunates will be forever forgotten when God wipes away all tears from the saints. Those of rebellion however will not only be forgotten but will burn eternally in the perpetual torment of their sin.

    The choice is to every man…life or death.

  • [3] March 26, 2015 at 11:36am

    I personally believe us to be in the eschaton. This is one more verification of the disdain with which the current administration views Jews and moreover the State of Israel. I look for the Psalm 83 war at any time. There really isn’t anything more than needs to occur for that particular conflict to erupt.

    Christians look up for your redemption draws near. Everyone else, you either need to repent and seek salvation or prepare for a very very bad time ahead.

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  • [1] March 26, 2015 at 11:28am

    I’m sure this will be viewed as racist but I dismiss that outright because I reject the term racist. All black commentators are worthless, all of them. Even the ones that “try” to be unbiased and impartial are NOT. They always drag the dead horse behind them to beat just one more time.

  • March 25, 2015 at 10:25am

    Jesus said there would always be the hypocrites among the Church. There are going to be those that purport themselves as Christians and definitely are NOT. Paul related that there are going to be preachers and purveyors of the faith that are anything but true believers. They will preach the doctrine of demons.

    I submit to you that those that preach a selective gospel of salvation for only those who have committed acceptable sins are just as culpable as those that accept and tolerate all sins as just a lifestyle choice, in teaching the doctrines of demons.

    Salvation is for ALL that repent and turn from their sins. That is not an exclusionary statement.

  • March 25, 2015 at 10:15am

    See here is a perfect example of saying one sin is worse than another. Actually most pedophiles are heterosexual since homosexuals are only 2% of the population. Also most pedophiles are within a family structure. Pedophilia is a form of child abuse. What about the woman that abuses her child to the point she pays someone to rip it apart limb from limb before it is born.

    Using you logic, then you would have to be careful who was socialized around any given woman. Most baby killers don’t wear t-shirts saying they killed their own child because it was an inconvenience. You would also have to be careful who was socialized around any given man. Most men that have committed incest or child rape don’t wear t-shirts declaring their sin either.

    Jesus died for all sin and not just the ones you think are tolerable or more acceptable. That is the thing that puzzles me. The way many homosexuals are treated by the Church is tantamount to the church saying one sin is worse and or better than the other.

    That idea is not only totally wrong but has absolutely NO Biblical support.

  • March 24, 2015 at 4:39pm


  • [-1] March 24, 2015 at 4:38pm

    Homosexuality is fornication or adultery nothing more or nothing less. Nowhere in the Bible is there a distinction as to the gender of the participants involved in adultery or fornication. The fact that you separate these terms speaks volumes as to the reality I suggest in my post.

    Whores and whore mongers AKA fornicators and adulterers, don’t need to “hide” any more in most churches. They are accepted with great joy. As far as made or born into homosexuality, all are born into sin through Adam. The nature of the sin is irrelevant.

    Jesus died for all sins. If He cannot save a gay person from sin, then He cannot save anyone. If that is the case we are all doomed and in misery.

  • [1] March 24, 2015 at 4:26pm

    LOL I know. It really does make one wonder how in the world some of those things got produced. The Sharknadoes were a scream and a half. There is going to be a Sharknado 3 ya know!

    I know I will get a lot of flack for this but Z Nation was actually not bad. They did an ingenious thing by the production designer using grainy overlays, color corrected film sequences and almost rotoscoped segments to give the look of emptiness and a retro feel.

  • [1] March 24, 2015 at 3:48pm

    O and one other thought, I don’t think another franchise will do that. I know a lot of people that got very upset with the finale of “Lost”. The funny thing is that I knew they were all dead in the very first show. It was pretty obvious to me for a few reasons. First, it made sense in the real world. Second, they could have that premise from the outset knowing most people would dismiss it because it seemed too obvious. I wasn’t surprised at all. I also stopped watching after the third season because the writing was so terrible.

    I hope that doesn’t happen with this series. The writing has been very good so far with just a few slip-ups. Writing is crucial to the longevity of a series. Actors can only do so much with a bad script. Even the best actors can’t make a bad script come alive.

  • March 24, 2015 at 3:41pm

    If they DID do it as a dream sequence, it would explain the blatant and continuous errors. I mean the lack of reality, notwithstanding the zombies, is really staggering when you give it just half a thought.

  • [1] March 24, 2015 at 3:36pm

    Norman Reedus is dead on in his portrayal of Daryl. I know guys like that. Melissa McBride has been a relatively overlooked actress for a while now. I am waiting to see where they take the character in the future episodes.

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  • [1] March 24, 2015 at 3:15pm

    I agree to a point. I haven’t read his book nor do I intend to but I can say this, Jesus at no time ever “swaggered.” So from the outset I’m thinking there isn’t much in the book that would resonate with me.

    The Church has done a terrible job of outreach to the gay people in their lives. Just about everyone knows a gay person, either in their family or workplace or friends. The church stance on gays has been so imperious and haughty that gays don’t want what the church is selling. That is sad.

    I am NOT saying accept the lifestyle or the agenda but there are ways of talking to these people that can begin a dialogue that may encourage them to ask you more about Jesus. If you start off with the “abomination” thing it isn’t going to go well.

    The church has consistently treated gays like second class citizens when it comes to the subject of salvation and redemption. The church has opened its arms wide for whores, prostitutes, whore mongers and baby murderers, yet somehow has trouble with homosexuals. I often hear the “unnatural” word used.

    Here is a news flash for those in the Church. All sex outside of a covenant marriage of a man and woman is unnatural to God.

    As far as the drinking goes, it has always been my experience that when people start pulling verses out of context and nitpicking they are trying to pound the Bible into a presupposed mold of acceptance of whatever behavior seems to be the flavor of the month.

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  • [4] March 24, 2015 at 2:26pm

    Vikings is actually pretty good. It sort of follows the poetic tradition of Ragnar…kinda. Travis Fimmel has become a pretty good actor. His first forays into acting were lackluster to be kind. Clive Standen is awesome.

  • [2] March 24, 2015 at 2:15pm

    I watch this for a lot of reasons. I am working on a project to eventually be sold to an entertainment outlet. I watch it mainly for mistakes. My project involves a post apocalyptic world as well, minus the zombies. Zombies aside, one has to completely suspend disbelief to watch the show.

    I do agree with Glenn to a point about the God or religious aspect of the show. Hershel was the closest thing to a religious aspect in the storyline and he was killed off a couples of seasons ago. It especially seems incongruous seeing that the show is set in the south.

    Most of the time the writing is good. Some shows fall flat but most are well done. The production design is tedious most of the time, but that is to be expected. It is a post apocalyptic world after all. The art direction is pretty much the same. There isn’t much room for “out of the box” creativity.

    They have a good team of actors. I really like Andrew Lincoln especially. He was really great in Strike Back. This roll seemed tailor made for him. I am so glad they got him to a point to shave. The beard was just not working for him at all.

    The character development and progression has been done very well. I’m not too thrilled with killing off some of the lead people but it is what it is. I have done a lot of research for my project and the “group” configuration is less than optimal for an extreme survival situation. I understand that there are demographic considerations in casting and designing the look of the show.

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  • [2] March 23, 2015 at 9:53am

    Do they not realize how childish and uneducated this whole tactic is? These people are so tiresome. I suppose that is the goal. To just wear down people until they just give up because of tedium.

    Their ultimate goal will never be attained. The only thing I can think is their ultimate goal is NOT to be black.

  • [3] March 21, 2015 at 4:40pm

    4.don’t know don’t care little as possible regardless of locale
    6.don’t do FB

    They haven’t.
    The ignorance and/or absence of factual history, data, statistics, cogent information concerning all race issues. The misuse of the bastardized term racist.

  • March 21, 2015 at 4:29pm

    I say again. This is yet another product of the failed concept of affirmative action. Affirmative action is about telling lies. It is about concealing the lies as well. I feel sorry for these people. They actually don’t know they don’t know.
    When this failed disastrous policy is combined with an individual that already is mentally disordered to the point that he is a pathological liar you increase the damage both to the person and to the public, which said person can inflict. It is further increased to extraordinary levels if said person is a malignant narcissist.

  • [1] March 20, 2015 at 2:52pm

    The truth is that ALL of the “civil rights” movement is built on lies. This is nothing new. Truth means nothing to these people. Lying is as natural to them as breathing. The Bible says that Satan is the father of lies. We all know who and what is behind ALL of this.

  • March 20, 2015 at 1:18pm

    Statistically it is near impossible for a white man to have done this. See my post below.

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