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  • [1] September 30, 2014 at 1:29pm

    I don’t agree one iota.

    ”I hope they’ll get a chance to see just that [we're] real and that there’s humor and fun.”

    Does this message preach to the whole world, as Jesus’ does? Do you think Christians in Iraq are looking forward to the big opportunity to see them having fun? No, Joel’s message is about self, and self only.

    He is a charlatan. Whether he realizes it or not.

  • [3] September 30, 2014 at 1:28pm

    ”I hope they’ll get a chance to see just that [we're] real and that there’s humor and fun.”

    Does this message preach to the whole world, as Jesus’ does? Do you think Christians in Iraq are looking forward to the big opportunity to see them having fun? No, Joel’s message is about self, and self only.

    He is a charlatan. Whether he realizes it or not.

  • [2] September 30, 2014 at 1:24pm

    American Humanist Association…lol

    Because humans have it all figured out.

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  • [1] September 30, 2014 at 11:13am

    Truth is poison to the mind of an unbeliever.

    I hope you find the antidote.

  • [-1] September 26, 2014 at 2:13pm


    It’s objectification, no matter how you try to church it up.

  • [1] September 26, 2014 at 10:41am

    Agreed. She is objectifying herself. And she is responsible if anyone sees it.

    I don’t condemn her, or think she’s going to hell. It was a mistake for her to do it in the first place, and her self-righteous “you weren’t supposed to see it” line is bunk. Well, people did see it, Meagan. That’s on you.

  • [4] September 26, 2014 at 10:39am

    No. It is porn. It is objectifying to a woman, even if it’s the woman doing it.

    The core of the problem is she is responsible for whomever sees it. She made a choice to freeze that moment in time, so she is responsible for that choice and whatever comes of it.

    If a man has a porn magazine stashed away and his kid finds it, is the man responsible for what the kid seeing it? Answer: yes.

    If a woman takes a nude photo of herself and somehow it gets out and the world sees it, is she responsible for that? Yes.

    Nothing wrong here Southpa. You should perhaps stop celebrating the objectification of women.

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  • [6] September 26, 2014 at 10:33am

    “That is my biggest problem with most Christians is they go home and drink, molest kids, look t porn, and all other kinds f sins but then want to judge others for what comes out n public.”

    Well that was just the most ridiculous comment I’ve heard today.

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  • [4] September 24, 2014 at 6:32pm


    We cannot forgive another’s sin. We can forgive them for the harm done to us, but we do not free them from their bondage. Christ, on the cross, did that. Him, alone, saves us from our sins. A Christian still sins, but it should be a shrinking problem over their lifetime. Romans 8:1 tells us any sin is not held against a believer.

    Rom 8:1 – There is no condemnation for a Christ-follower.

    Matt 22:30 – Marriage does not exist in Heaven.

    Not sure what you are getting at, but hopefully this addresses your point.

  • [5] September 24, 2014 at 2:21pm

    If the debate is about Zeke’s stance on end-of-life treatment of human beings, then there is no debate among rational people.

    If a person looks at another person and determines in his own mind that there is an age that is life should come to an end, it is insanity. It is the mind of a murdered – cold and heartless.

    So what is the debate really? Giving voice to the insane? This article does that. And these comments are the rational response to them.

  • [166] September 24, 2014 at 12:04pm

    Absolutely correct. This is pure evil, in plain sight. Every man has an appointed time by God. This is a man who deems himself higher than God by suggesting he knows a better time.

    This is the M.O. for evil: subvert God’s intent. We see it in marriage, normalizing pathologically deviant sexual relationships (aka homosexuality), the church (prosperity gospel and female pastors), and Israel (blaming them for everything).

    Ugh, this man is repulsively blinded to the evil he speaks.

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  • September 23, 2014 at 1:20pm


    Pointing to God as the source of all knowledge is somehow arrogant? That would be misunderstanding on your part.

    The lack of hubris is believing people somehow have the ability to make sense of life without God.

  • [12] September 22, 2014 at 5:01pm

    Skin color = not a choice
    Sexual preference = choice

    Choice is something we should be able to discriminate against

  • September 22, 2014 at 4:02pm

    If said marriage is not legal in a state, it should be 100% no. Sadly, there are many useful idiots.

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  • September 19, 2014 at 1:47pm

    mrshendricks, beautifully stated. I agree. I don’t think my comments would contradict your point. Perhaps if I restated:

    Truth is identifying reality for what it is, not what we think it is. So to me, doubt is our heart blinding us to Truth. We feel pain and emptiness, which we want to escape from. But that is where God operates in our lives – in our despair and brokenness. When we cannot remain in the pain of doubt, we are trying to control God’s attempt to connect with us. We want to arm-twist Him into an answer that frees us from pain, immediately.

    Not sure if that’s clearer…it’s Friday afternoon… :)

  • September 19, 2014 at 1:31pm


    It sounds like you had a desire to connect with Jesus. I would be curious as to why? What in your life put you at a point that Jesus was the direction you sought? People don’t seek out God when they are doing fine. They go to Him when they are hurting and broken. Forgiveness and grace for a great sinner probably feels different than forgiveness and grace for a small sinner (the latter really just being an example of lack of awareness of what sin looks like).

    It seems like facts and logic appeal to you. They do to me as well. There must be reason and rationale for everything. I would just encourage you to seek God not to connect with Him, but to let Him know your doubts and fears. That you’re not even sure He’s real. And then wait. This is the painful, difficult part. Waiting for God’s response. I have waited for moments with some issues, months/years with others.

    I also hope you atheism isn’t your hope by default, meaning it was the best thing that was left. I would encourage you to challenge those beliefs as well.

    Take care, good luck.

  • [1] September 19, 2014 at 12:15pm

    “I love all religions but I am in love with my own. If people become better Hindus, better Muslims, better Buddhists by our acts of love, then there is something else growing there. They come closer to God. When they come closer to God they have to choose.”

    I’d say she was misinformed about God if she thinks the God of Islam is the same as the Trinity. One does not come closer to God (there is only one) if they get closer to the Father of Lies via these other avenues.

  • [2] September 19, 2014 at 12:10pm

    I would be curious to know what your doubt was about, and what you struggled with at that time.

    Truth exists and is not relative. That means truth is a definitive, identifiable thing. I canont be relative, therefore it is universal and must come from something higher than us.

    To have doubt is okay. But doubt is less about truth and reality, and more of the deceit of our own heart.

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  • [13] September 19, 2014 at 9:58am

    Freethinkers? WIthout Truth, your thinking is not free. You are a slave. Truth comes from God alone.

  • [10] September 18, 2014 at 5:29pm

    Whoa radical! Who are you to deal in judgment here? He who is without sin, cast the first stone. Do you think your sins happen in a vaccuum? Your life is as littered with victims as this man’s! Perhaps not from your fists. Maybe from your lack of love, or lack of generosity, or lack of mercy and grace.

    Look at the monster in the mirror first.

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