User Profile: Twinspeedr

Twinspeedr

Member Since: October 02, 2010

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  • [2] December 14, 2014 at 7:37am

    Consent actually needs to be 3 ways in the case of marriage. God CREATED marriage for HIS purposes, and it was NOT simply for a mankind’s base sexual gratification. God’s word says that a man will leave his parents and cleave to his wife and the two will become one flesh. This is for the purpose that they will be fruitful and multiply. God also speaks about all other relations as abominations in his eyes. For these reasons I’m certain that any of these other relations do NOT have God’s blessing. Therefore homosexual couples can do anything they like because they have freedom of choice, (and should not be discriminated against in civil or tax manners), however, what they have is NOT marriage because God defined it as between a man and a woman long ago. So, you can bet that God does NOT give HIS consent to gay couples, and in my opinion his opinion is the most important one.

  • November 23, 2014 at 12:13am

    Oh an BTW John 8 where the woman was caught in adultery? Yeah Dharius, I don’t know which divinity school ordained you, but that story is universally acknowledged by scholars as a fabrication added hundreds of years after the NT was canonized. It was not a real Gospel story. In fact it is such a slam dunk forgery there are translations of the Bible that leave out John 7:53-8:11 altogether an replace it with a footnote. So, you probably don’t want to hang a lot of your ideas on that one.

  • [1] November 23, 2014 at 12:04am

    The man is right in that Christians don’t understand who Jesus is. However, the verse to look at is from the Gospel of Mathew Chapter 5 verses 17-19. See, Jesus was actually given the name Yeshua (means “Yehovah Saves”) by his mother and he was a rabbinic Jew. Christians seem to think that he advocated a new religion; he did did not. He advocated a return to faith in God, his Law and to repent of their sins. The Christianity we know today is 99% the unique ideas of a man named Paul of Tarsus. Paul was a one man, private revelation from God guy, sounds similar to Mohammed, no? Anyway, the facts are that 65% of the New Testament writings are from Paul as well as 90% of the Christian faith; but most of what he teaches was never taught by Jesus! How is it then that so-called Christians would NEVER follow the faith OF a man they supposedly admire but instead follow a new religion ABOUT the man in question? The answer?: the power and influence of Rome. Yep, Christianity is the world longest running government program, yay! I hope you all enjoy your ancient-style Constantine-Care; “folks, if you like your diety, you can keep your diety, this is why we have Christmas and Easter for all you die hard pagans” Ol’ Constantine and your beloved “church fathers” fully fabricated a new religion to try to stitch a dying empire back together.

    It’s time for the faithful to return to the one true God, the God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob. His name is Yehovah (not The LORD) he alone is God.

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  • August 30, 2014 at 4:08pm

    Locke as a “precursor” to unsavory philosophies does not indict him as a co-conspirator with those who would twist his thoughts and ideas. This is how mankind works; those with the inspiration inevitably have their work made into an abomination, by those evil men who would place themselves over their fellow man. For example, today we see pervasive neo-Darwinist thought, injected by soul-less peopl who have taken a simple THEORY and turned it into a de-facto law that works to explain almost every system in our civilization. When the reality is that Darwin himself stated in the preface of his “Origin of Species” something to the extent of: ‘if the cell is found to be anything more than a simple bag of protoplasm, my theory must be considered false’. So, don’t try to lump Locke in with the dolts that would use his revolutionary ideas thought to their own ends. Locke’s ideas without God’s authority and law, ends in badly. This is more along the lines of what I would assert in this case.

  • [6] July 2, 2014 at 9:26am

    Given Hamas’ storied history of concocting evidence against Israel, the same thought crossed my mind. However, we mustn’t point fingers until actual evidence is is found. Otherwise we are no better than the lying Hamas thugs.

  • [2] June 29, 2014 at 1:59am

    Armed and Grumpy are correct. The rest of you are not. Potatoes are tasty, but are little more than some carbs/starch and tiny amounts of Vitamin C unless you eat the skins to get double or more of protein, unsaturated fats, potassium, fiber and iron. Same with apples and plums. DON’T PEEL your fruits and vegetables, wash them well and eat them !!!

  • June 10, 2014 at 12:01am

    The disputed lands are spoils of a string sucker-punch wars that Israel didn’t start. Sour grapes to the Arab Israelis that won’t accept their full citizenship in a fine country where they have full access to their holy sites, voting rights and representation in the Knesset. Proof positive people will whine more, the better they have it.

  • [3] June 5, 2014 at 11:48am

    Wake up People!!!! Planned Parenthood has been giving and/or selling contraceptives and having the associated “private conversations” with America’s minors for more than 25 years in most states. This is not new it is just becoming mainstream.

  • [4] June 2, 2014 at 11:09pm

    Just to be clear, the original translated Hebrew says “thou shalt not murder”. The entire Bible makes more sense when you read it this way, anyway.

  • [9] June 2, 2014 at 11:07pm

    “Many people wrongly assume that all religious leaders disapprove of abortion,”

    How about: “Many people wrongly assume that all religious leaders even read Scripture fully much less understand it in terms of language, culture and history…”

    Abortion isn’t mentioned in the Bible because the thought of killing your own child was unthinkable and thus not in need of elaborating beyond “You Shall Not Murder”.
    In ancient Israel a woman’s ability to bear children was her center, her primary source of self esteem. Once we know this, I think it is safe to say that unless we read Scripture with the Godless eyes of a progressive liberal animals like those who run Panned Parenthood, we would never believe that it is anything but an abomination to kill an unborn child. Period.

  • March 25, 2014 at 10:33pm

    I’ll take it one further, let’s roll the clock back and abolish off the the US Dept of Education altogether. Public education has slumped every year continually since its inception, this means that it is a failure and an unnecessary waste of money (like the vast majority of Federal programs). Let the states handle what they should have been all along. When government oversight is warranted at all, it is best done at the state and local levels. Unfortunately, this wouldn’t afford our lovely politicians enough power and influence…

  • March 25, 2014 at 10:24pm

    You need to read the stats. Homeschooled kids are consistently in the top 20% of collage entrance exams. No other demographic can say that.

  • March 6, 2014 at 11:02pm

    I’m gonna guess that her parents USED to be against spanking as a form of discipline.

  • March 6, 2014 at 1:05pm

    Agreed, but that is not what this article is about.

  • March 5, 2014 at 11:43pm

    The “clicks” are a real sound from a radiation detector indicating one neutron hitting the detector. Yes, really…

  • March 5, 2014 at 11:39pm

    He doesn’t have a Nuclear Reactor, he has a PROTOTYPE Nuclear Fusion Reactor. Big difference. The former would get him thrown in jail, creates a lot of nuclear waste and has examples of providing power to millions around the world, TODAY. The latter is only a theory, but should create almost zero nuclear waste and may someday solve the world’s energy crisis.

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  • February 24, 2014 at 1:38am

    One word: HOMESCHOOL

  • February 20, 2014 at 10:20am

    I had just realized this same idea a week ago. Our biggest problem is that the policies and education system of the past 40 years have bred a vastly larger demographic of American adults that unwittingly walk around at the maturity level of a 15-16 year old. We think we are adults but we are very naive and easily cowed by any force that seems benevolent and seems smarter than we are. We just want the cliffs notes for anything even remotely involved to complete or fix because work is for suckers and most of us hate our jobs. However, we would never even consider starting a business because we are debt slaves and can’t afford to do anything but wallow in the sad, but brightly-lit, status quo of soft tyranny. We want 24hr/day, on-demand gratification; infinite choices as to movies, foods, sex, music, drugs, and drink. No wonder families collapse, children seek escape in video games, and we are collectively powerless to change our ill-fated course as a country, we are a bunch of children. Time to grow up, America…

  • February 18, 2014 at 12:14am

    Yes to both questions. Nitro-methane makes insane power in an internal combustion engine. A jet engine uses jet fuel which is very similar to kerosene. It can take the high temps and pressures of the jet engine without pre-ignition. BTW, the exhaust pipe flames are not part of the power plant, it is for show only. Looks cool though, eh?

  • February 3, 2014 at 10:06am

    How about remembering the golden rule? How about putting yourself in other peoples shoes? How about thinking about this child as YOUR own, YOUR grandchild, YOUR parent… I’ve been an RN for 19 years, and don’t think that I don’t know about health care costs. We should consider holding those accountable who abuse the system by continuing to smoke, drink and not take their medications or are non-compliant with medical therapies and recommendations ..who use the emergency dept as their personal MD??? Those are the people who exploit the system and cost millions of dollars, along with the tremendous costs of bureaucracy (like Obamacare). The rest deserve compassion and the best support and care we can provide for the short time they have left.

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