No where in the article does it say she died. I love the finality of statements like that. God cannot do what He wants. Jesus cannot appear to whom He chooses. I declare all of these people’s experiences as fake and delusional cause, you know, I wasn’t there and I didn’t experience it and I really don’t know if it happened or not. There have been myriad stories from the middle-east of Jesus appearing to Muslims causing them to convert to Christianity in countries where it is extremely dangerous or impossible for Christians to penetrate with the Gospel. But, please, let’s put God in our little box and declare how He must do things according to us! Let’s ignore His statement that His ways are not our ways and His thoughts are not our thoughts.
Trurl, it says "AFTER THAT". No one goes to heaven except AFTER dying. And no one who dies comes back unless Jesus pulls another Lazarus on us. I do not think this is one of those cases. But I'm not saying it isn't either. I admit, it COULD happen. But this is all taken from the imaginative mind of a child under duress. Given that in most of these stories, these people come back with testimonies that are so blatantly, scripturally in error.... I have good reason to doubt THIS one too.
Now, you and Klapaucious go back to building your adding machines, OK? ;-)
 April 17, 2015 at 11:10am
STATEMENT: “In an intense and stressful moment, I allowed my emotions to get the best of me and said some insulting and regrettable things. As frustrated as I was, I should always choose to be respectful and take the high road. I am so sorry for my actions and will learn from this mistake.” TRANSLATION: “In a thoughtless and arrogant moment, I allowed my true self to show and rightfully insulted someone who I believe is inferior to me. I should always remember that there are cameras everywhere and be sure to fake being respectful and pretend to take “the high road” to show the world just how much better than her I am. I am so sorry that I got caught showing my true colors and will think about how to avoid public scrutiny like this in the future while I stand in the unemployment line.”
You left out the rest of her retort: "And I wouldn't be even standing in an unemployment line if it wasn't for a fat, toothless, uneducated loser like all of you!"
That was the last thing she remembered before waking up in the hospital.
 April 17, 2015 at 10:45am
I agree with you and, of course, God’s Word. I think the way to respond to the intolerance from the gay community is to refuse service until THEY treat others with the respect and tolerance THEY demand. I would say something to the effect of “We do not currently serve the gay community because they are intolerant, hateful bigots and we do not do business with people like that. When the gay community learns to be decent human beings, respecting EVERYONE’S choices, points of view and lifestyles and stops their terroristic behavior towards those who do not agree with them, then we will be glad to resume serving their community. Until then…sorry, our policy will be: “No Tolerance, No Civility…NO SERVICE!” We must be “wise as serpents, harmless as doves.”
For the mind that is set on the flesh is hostile to God, for it does not submit to God's law, INDEED IT CANNOT. How do Christians expect the world to act? Certainly Christians acting like the world is not the answer since we are commanded to be imitators of Christ. Further, true Christianity is not concerned with a reformation of the outward (as your comment suggests) but a reformation of the heart.
There is no such thing as "decent human beings." Romans 3:10-18
You expect the gay community to stop acting loving in public entirely and you're saying they're the intolerant ones?
You Conservatives are so amazingly hypocritical on gays. You act like they're going around lynching Christians simply because they hold hands in public or seek to get married
 April 17, 2015 at 10:04am
Something like this happened to me at the Toledo Zoo. I was wearing a black t-shirt with an image on the back that was silver. The big guy thought I was a male challenger I think and threw a tire at the window at me.
 April 15, 2015 at 3:26pm
Interesting that they call them locust…”Then out of the smoke came locusts upon the earth, and power was given them, as the scorpions of the earth have power.” – Revelation 9:3
April 14, 2015 at 7:13pm
I think I’d have taken the occasion to burn the Diamondback’s jersey on camera!
 April 14, 2015 at 7:07pm
Should’ve put “5 black crying schoolgirls”. Not “guys” and certainly not “men”.
 April 14, 2015 at 6:59pm
My only question is when did it become “flicking” instead of “flipping” off?
 April 14, 2015 at 11:36am
Methinks he really is “acting here”. Set up.
 April 14, 2015 at 11:15am
I was getting a ton of redirects and pop-ups too…turned out it was Malware / Adware that had infected my browser…got rid of it and got rid of all the pop-ups and redirects. Might want to check your system.
I use Firefox with ALL of the latest ad-gags, popup stoppers and other ad-ons. Firefox is my choice after trying Internet Explorer, Chrome and Opera. You can be certain that they are working on ways to bypass these gatekeepers. One area is the "Pop-Under" add with sound, which comes up under your browser and you don't know it is there until the sound starts. For me, I keep the sound turned off anyway, but it is still a CPU intensive process. Firefox running on Linux is better, of course, since you can track and add to the Linux denial list all of the IP addresses which are known to send adds, malware, etc. However, my Linux workstation with Firefox will sometimes choke on some of the sites, since the packet stream they send with the ads attempt to mis-direct the actual IP address of the web site. Wall Street Journal had an article the other day where experts discussed how "alarmed" the advertisers are about blocking advertisement. Advertisers and web sites earn money from every "click-through" of a page. That's why You Tube videos with millions of even hundreds of thousands of "hits" are money makers for the person who posted the video.
 April 14, 2015 at 11:02am
One thing about katanas…they don’t have to be reloaded. Hope these thugs enjoy their new set of “tattoos”.
 April 13, 2015 at 4:09pm
To expand a little on Minorityone’s response… (which was good, by the way)
1) If they are truly “born again” then they will know their lifestyle is sinful and will have repented. Since only the state recognizes gay marriage, and not God, they would go through a legal process to dissolve their “union” but, in God’s eyes, they were never married to begin with.
2) Welcome, yes, both before and after being born again. Baptism, if they have repented of their sins, have surrendered their lives to Christ and are truly born again, yes.
3) Abstaining from sin entirely is not possible as we have the “power of sin” dwelling in our flesh. (See Romans 7:17) However, REPENTANCE and turning from unbelief to belief and surrendering to Christ is required.
4) That’s a silly question. You are speaking of two wholly different institutions given for entirely different purposes. You use the term “practicing homosexuals”. That’s like saying a “practicing adulterer” or “practicing thief”. The Bible calls sinners to REPENT. Repent means to “turn away” from your sin. As it says in 1 John 3:6 “No one who lives in Him keeps on sinning (practicing sin). No one who continues to sin (practicing homosexuality, for example) has either seen Him or known Him.” If you claim to be a believer yet continue to intentionally practice sinning, you are, at best, deceived, at worst, a liar (which is also a sin). No one can keep the commandments, else Christ need not have died. That’s the point.
Well done trurl. l'll add that there are sins we commit, lapses usually resulting from temporarily turning away from God by not abiding in Him and His word. The Holy Spirit convicts us (allows us to recognize our sin against God) and we repent and this is evidence of being born again. For as long as we live on this earth we will struggle with sin. Then there is life dominating sin such as being a practicing, habitual and unrepentant liar, thief, fornicator, drunkard, adulterer and yes, homosexual. There is a huge difference between the two.
Sin sin sin...your state of mind seems constantly preoccupied of sin.
Who taught you these lies of guilt shame and fear?
You have been indoctrinated.
Please wake up.
April 8, 2015 at 1:52am
So who smokes marijuana for the FLAVOR?
April 8, 2015 at 1:47am
More like 13 months or maybe even 13 weeks…heck the way this evil administration lies, it could be 13 days!
 April 6, 2015 at 1:28pm
Perhaps it was the fact that Hostess went out of business in America due to the baker’s union and was then bought by a Mexican bakery that probably doesn’t know the difference between the two sports. I know, I know…racist profiling. Considering that soccer is the game of choice in most areas South of the border, I’m surprised it doesn’t say “GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!” And I don’t care what anyone says…Hostess products do not taste the same as before. They’re awful.
My thinking as well. Surprised they didn't use a soccer ball
Here today. Gone tamale.
sorry but its not yet owned by bimbo its run by a american investment co, who may put it up for sale this year
 April 1, 2015 at 11:04am
I wonder if we would be having these conversations at all if a gay couple asked a Muslim owned bakery to make them a cake for their “wedding”? If a Muslim refused, the politicians and MSM would fall over themselves calling him or her brave and courageous and would defend their stand on the basis of sharia law. It seems only Christians are required to surrender their deeply held convictions.
 March 30, 2015 at 2:47pm
It’s funny you say that…I have read some sources that say at least some members want to relocate the UN to Iraq…specifically, the original city of BABYLON, which Saddam had begun to rebuild. Hmmm…. can you say “prophecy” boys and girls? Sure, I knew you could.
 March 30, 2015 at 2:38pm
Funny, Voltaire said the same thing about religion, that Christianity and the Bible in particular, would, by the end of the 19th century, be “relics of antiquity”…and here we are in the 21st century, he is dead and the Bible & Christianity remain. And, by the way, Al-Wafd, a LIBERAL Egyptian newspaper printed a headline not long ago that stated Obama is a MEMBER of the Muslim Brotherhood, not just a sympathizer. That’s a real conservative source there…
 March 30, 2015 at 2:15pm
How in the world do you know how Jesus should look? And, yes, Jesus was a toddler when the Magi came, possibly as old as two…which is why King Herod ordered that all males under the age of two be killed. This is why he inquired as to the EXACT time the star they followed had risen…so he would know when the child had been born. He ascertained that the boy was around two from what they told him. Only the shepherds got to come and see Him as a newborn “wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger”.
March 25, 2015 at 2:41pm
Wow, could you pull a verse farther out of context than that? The verses surrounding that one talk about not partaking of meat that you know has been sacrificed to idols but not to be concerned if you buy meat in the market and don’t know one way or the other. His point was that we are under GRACE, not the LAW and so what we, as Christians, do is covered by the blood of the Savior. So everything is “lawful” because we are no longer under the law but grace. But that does not mean we just go about sinning and doing anything we want…that would not be ‘beneficial” or “edifying”. The passage is about not abusing our freedom in Christ. Talk about a straw man argument…you pull one verse, completely distort and falsify what it actually means and then proclaim “SEE. Your Bible says we can do anything!!!”. Nice try. I note you didn’t quote the same author, Paul, when he wrote “What shall we say then? Are we to continue in sin so that grace may increase? May it never be! How shall we who died to sin still live in it?” Romans 6:1 or “What then? Shall we sin because we are not under law but under grace? May it never be!” Romans 6:15. Leave the cherry picking in the orchard.
I don't think that that was the point of the verse at at all, or my point, or the point I was citing the verse to illustrate (i.e. that EVEN in the text Robertson purportedly believes is an absolutely true and the ultimate authority on anything it speaks to, there is support for my point)--that there's a difference between what you CAN do, and what you SHOULD do. And thus what you DO in fact do, is necessarily based on what you SHOULD do, which is informed by your values. A fact that's equally true whether or not a god exists, or whether or not you believe any god(s) exists. That fact ALSO seems to be neither mutually exclusive with the (not implausible) interpretation you give to its surroundings, NOR dependent upon a particularly theological position on dispensationalism (i.e. what "covenant," or relations of/rules from god to man, is applicable at any given time--or if that's even theologically recognized; I would say that at least some strain of that is at a minimum alluded to in the theology of pretty much every species of Christianity I have encountered, though the religion is sufficiently diverse that I doubt ALL sects view that as a "proper" interpretation, but that's all neither here nor there and way off the point)
"“SEE. Your Bible says we can do anything!!!”."
See, that is in fact, NEVER what I said OR my point.