I wouldn’t be surprised if that was the case. There are some greedy women who would not divorce unless they stripped the man of everything but the underwear they’re wearing… and drag the whole divorce fight for years and years, until one of them gives up. Only the lawyers benefit from that.
 May 25, 2015 at 2:39pm
Nice job, lady. You accused someone of racism, and now you have the blood of this man in your hands.
May you live forever…
 May 22, 2015 at 4:19pm
Fine. Then, go and organize the firing squad. Go ahead. I’m sure you’ll be the first one to ready, aim, fire…
Josh’s wife Anna, says her husband confessed his “past teenage mistakes” two years before he proposed marriage. Now expecting their fourth child, she says she has confidence the counseling Josh received “changed his life.”
Except that Michelle Duggar told police her son never actually got counseling—he was sent to a family friend who was in the home remodeling business instead.
“The Duggars told police that Josh ‘apologized’ to the female minors and that they had ‘forgiven’ him,” In Touch reports.
So by that notion, ALL "sin" is worthy of a death sentence. Is that where all the "people deserve Hell for even the smallest sin" stuff comes from? It's an absurd belief, IMO.
@Keres... Sin separates us from God. He is perfect... This is the message we have heard from Him and proclaim to you, that God is light, and in Him is no darkness at all. (1 John 1: 5)... God cannot be condone any sin. This is why everyone needs the grace of God; and--honestly--what person has ever lived that has only one small sin?
TruthsCertainRing, I understand that you believe the god [in your bible] to be “perfect”. I happen to know that the bible god character isn’t. However, it isn’t for me to show you where. If you are interested, you would find them on your own.
I also understand that the bible claims a great many things about the god [light,.....no darkness] that would be inconsistent with the narrative.
The ideology that “one small sin” deserves an eternal Hell [a concept I no longer accept, even biblically] is one of the most heinous of doctrines to come into existence.
Then were all going to hell. . .pfft if it existed.
April 4, 2015 at 10:45pm
Judas Iscariot had the VERY SAME ARGUMENT as you… Just saying…
 April 2, 2015 at 6:18pm
As of 5:16 CST, that page has raised $265,346!!!!! In one day!
Good job, Leftist Fascists! Please, PLEASE harass them some more! What’s wrong with raising a cool half a mil? Come on, you can do it! :-)
 March 24, 2015 at 12:50am
If an American mom was good enough for the SOB at the White House right now, it is PERFECTLY FINE with this one.
Not to mention, Ted Cruz sounds and acts A MILLION TIMES MORE AMERICAN than “The One”.
Call it a draw.
 March 13, 2015 at 1:22am
Good! Very good! Very good Mom!
March 6, 2015 at 10:07am
Let me put it like this. The only thing this reminds me of is the issue of having a pregnant teen daughter marry the “baby daddy” in a hurry. Everyone knows it’s the “right thing to do”. Everyone knows a child needs both parents. But when the “baby daddy” is NOT the best suitor for your little girl… I know whereof I speak. My best friend in HS got pregnant by this loser guy and both had to be married in a hurry. Her parents were there for the wedding. I knew both her parents. Both were well-known teachers in our community. The last thing anyone expected was for their only daughter to do this. I wasn’t there, but she showed me the pictures. I couldn’t avoid seeing her parents’ faces in those pictures: let me say I have seen more cheer at a funeral. They knew what was coming, and they were right. I’ve never felt so much sorrow for parents who were not mine before.
And this was just for a pregnant teen.
Now, let me ask you a question. Who would you, as a parent, rather BETRAY: your child… or God? Think about it, long and hard. Many Christian parents will face this one: it will hit them like a freight train. You will do best not to wish it upon anyone.
No one should have to think long and hard about your little conundrum.
Side with and choose to love the person that, you know, actually exists.
In the case you cite, the parents had the chance to provide parenting to both daughter and son-in-law. They may not like the things the wayward daughter and son-in-law do but they have the opportunity to help them learn a new way to live. It may take a life time but it's what we do as parents. God Bless you.
 February 26, 2015 at 8:12pm
A comparison to the fanatics in WW2′s Japanese Empire would have been more accurate.
Because, yes, we had to… well…
 February 22, 2015 at 1:55am
You many not regret it now… but YOU WILL regret it later. Guaranteed.
I understand that part kitty, no argument from me on that, it is the cavalier nature of the death that grace is talking about, the jokes should stop.
 February 19, 2015 at 9:20pm
We all know those golden statuettes usually go to some art film or some other snobbish movie nobody sees… unless you want to be considered part of the “in” crowd, the “cocktail party” circle, and not the plebeians who dare to think “American Sniper” is worth a lot more…
There are very few exceptions to that rule, of course.
Honestly, I couldn’t care less if “American Sniper” doesn’t win a damn worth of anything on Sunday. We all know that no one in Hollywood gives a damn about what the American people think.
 January 29, 2015 at 10:32pm
Fine and good… but… What does the fox say?
January 16, 2015 at 3:19pm
Good thing that I seldom, if ever, pick just any book at at Christian bookstore… And I mean, there’s a whole lot of junk pretending to be books in display at a Christian bookstore.
Frankly, I must have passed it by, because I never saw it displayed.
January 16, 2015 at 1:35pm
Umm… Nope. The right thing was to pull it off the shelves. Reputations are on the line here.
 January 16, 2015 at 1:32pm
So, the kid has not received a penny towards his care from this racket? And who perpetuated it? You guessed it – his Dad!