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termyt

Member Since: February 15, 2011

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  • September 30, 2014 at 3:04pm

    “Well I was waiting for you to ask haha!”

    So you were just waiting for me to ask that so you could print one of the worst logical arguments in the history of all fallacious logical arguments? How very odd.

    Your argument against Christianity is our claim to having free will because God already knows what we will choose? Dude. Where did you study logic?

    He did create us, so He is responsible for His creation. I’ll give you that, but then you make a leap in logic impossible to follow. Knowing the outcome is different from causing it. Being responsible for a situation and determining its outcome are completely different. That is a leap in logic not supported by observation.

    Your parents never let you make your own mistakes? They never counseled against you doing something really stupid but let you do it anyways? Did they prevent all the negative outcomes from your lousy choices?

    Giving others the freedom to choose even if they will choose something undesirable is proof of free will, not an argument against it. Setting the wheels in motion is not the same as determining the destination. Taking responsibility is not the same as making all the decisions.

  • [6] September 30, 2014 at 2:17pm

    Steve,
    Can’t you just be happy for a moment that someone loves the Lord and will sing praises to him? This is a good moment.

    Yeah, it’s a little troubling she’s fallen for the trap that indicates government is part of the solution to our problems, but that’s covered by grace.

    Where’s the joy in your salvation? From all of the comments of yours I’ve read, I only see anger, fire, and brimstone. Your theology is so narrow I doubt even you qualify.

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  • September 30, 2014 at 12:25pm

    All representatives are up for election next month.

  • [11] September 30, 2014 at 12:04pm

    The only thing we are “getting” zap, is that you are in favor of a nation where differing opinions are oppressed and the only conscious we are to follow is the state mandated one.

    We, on the other hand, want to free to follow our own consciences, even if that means some of use occasionally, or even routinely, follow their consciences to do something we find distasteful and in violation of our consciences.

    This is called freedom. What you are stumping for is oppression. You, like most people are OK with oppression so long as it is applied against people and opinions you do not like. That is sad for you and even more so for us when your ilk runs the show.

  • [8] September 30, 2014 at 11:17am

    Jesus was the fulfillment of the law and the prophets. Since his death and resurrection, there has been exactly one path for man to reach God – faith in Jesus Christ.

    All of us has an undetermined amount of time to come to grips with that message. Once you hear it, you must respond to it. Time is not relevant to God – at least nowhere near as relevant as it is to us. In that way, the “end times” comes to each of us when we die. Our own deaths come like a thief in the night, and they come “soon.” This is the reason for urgency. We don’t need to figure out when He will return, we need to prepare for when we meet Him and we only have our lives to do that in.

    What is literal or allegorical, what is prophecy fulfilled or still yet to come is interesting to ponder and debate, but is not critical to the basic message. If it were, it would have been clearly relayed to us.

    Paul obviously preached on this subject, but all we have are hints of what he taught. Why? It’s more setting and background than climax and resolution to the story.

  • [9] September 29, 2014 at 10:19pm

    “I find it incredibly illogical that anyone would prefer falsehoods over the truth”

    And, yet, here you are posting in an attempt to cloud the truth. You spout the favored lines of Christian haters, but like them, you offer no explanation of what you mean, as if you words alone had some authority on the matter.

    You’ve offered nothing more than an emotional appeal for us to believe the Bible is illogical on nothing but your word alone. That is not logical.

  • [94] September 29, 2014 at 8:48pm

    “It’s not about being good or bad, it’s about being forgiven,” he added. “It’s about believers. And that’s a sad fact.”

    Why is that fact sad? Should only those who have “earned” it make it in to heaven? None of us would make it and Christ’s sacrifice would have been for nothing.

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  • [4] September 29, 2014 at 8:45pm

    So were they spiders or insects?

  • [1] September 29, 2014 at 8:39pm

    i could tell by the crappy title. Why did I come into this story. I’d rather read about miley cyrus’s latest stupidity then read more about the british fame *****. Why is what this chick is doing of interest to where the truth lives? Do tabloids live here, too?

  • [12] September 29, 2014 at 1:42pm

    Hass’ account came after Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Friday accused Israel of implementing a policy of “abhorrent apartheid.”

    Typical of progs here – practice the most vile forms of tyranny and accuse those who do not fall under your thumb of being the true oppressors for not being oppressed by you.

    Palestinians actually practice apartheid and openly wish for genocide but it’s the Israelis that are accused of doing it.

  • [47] September 29, 2014 at 11:25am

    Princess Onwibiko. Wow, kid, that’s rough. What fairy tale is she from?

    So what are Memphis cops doing these days? Was the sobriety check point too far away for a timely response? Did they need to serve a minor code violation to a guy and shoot his dog? I mean, really – where’s the police state when there’s actual for-no-reason-rioting going on? Are they waiting for someone to panic and run a bunch of these kids over so they can prosecute the driver for a hate crime?

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  • [1] September 29, 2014 at 11:19am

    Well, sex outside of marriage causes us a lot of problems. I can’t think of a better deterrent than the need to get the permission in writing first. DO they need to get it notarized, too? Maybe next time.

  • [3] September 28, 2014 at 8:40am

    I see what the owner meant. He was sure everyone knew the Jewish salad, that’s not on the menu is smaller and less expensive than the Greek salad. He didn’t say “F-U, Leave,” he was saying it had Feta Cheese.

    Makes perfect sense. He’s not racist at all. He was even going to name the salad “Cheap Azz Rabi Who Whined to the Press Salad” to prove it.

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  • [70] September 28, 2014 at 8:21am

    Hey Woodyee – aren’t humans a curious beast? The oppressed one yearn and clamor to be free while the free ones yearn and clamor to be oppressed.

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  • [160] September 26, 2014 at 4:48pm

    I am glad he made that decision. I’m glad he got the wake up call. But this still tickles me:

    “instead opted for a portfolio of part-time jobs that requires a lot less travel and offers a ton more flexibility”

    Dude. You made 100 million dollars last year. Most of us won’t ever even sniff that. Move to the mid-west, invest it with only moderate risk, and never work again. Then you can have all the time you want for your children.

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  • [6] September 25, 2014 at 1:48pm

    They are just going to replace him with another one. The need is for them to get Holder out in the new one in before Republicans control Congress.

  • [4] September 25, 2014 at 1:43pm

    If the Constitution still matters at all, it doesn’t really matter what a town says, it cannot execute laws in violation of the 4thand 5th amendments. Of course, try telling an officer at an unconstitutional sobriety check point. All three branches of all levels of government agree that their violations of the Constitution aren’t violations at all.

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  • [7] September 25, 2014 at 11:09am

    When’s the Grand Jury convening?

  • [2] September 25, 2014 at 10:55am

    Do you know who entered that covenant, and thus were to seek God under penalty of death?

    If so, why do you willingly misrepresent the scriptures for your own twisted ends? Did you think we would not notice?

    If not, then why do you throw accusations around in ignorance instead of seeking understanding?

  • [4] September 25, 2014 at 10:50am

    Are you suggesting Israel topple Hamas and retake control of Gaza to protect Christians there? That wouldn’t bother me, but I’m pretty sure it would torque off the UN.

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