Immature neanderthals just touting the narrative of the MSM. Facts don’t matter anymore, just feeeeeeeeeeelings. I mean really, what do football players add to life anyways?! They are meat heads that can do one thing only and that is chase a ball around on the ground or in the air or on a court. They, in my mind, are akin to most movie/music stars: just shut up and do what your good at.
 August 20, 2014 at 2:16pm
Atheist are miserable wretches. It is their generalized feeling of envy in that one person “has” therefore they must “take away”. Envy is the most despicable of all sins because it leads to all other sins.
Right, all atheists are miserable, envious wretches, just like all Christians are extremist Biblical literalists. Pick up the clue phone and call for help, @waynobweno.
I disagree waynobweno, Envy is not the most despicable of all sins, at least in my opinion, its greed. But, hey, that's just my opinion. According to God all sin is reprehensible. Many Blessings : )
 August 13, 2014 at 10:53am
2 words, Nancy Pelosi. You can definitely hit her.
June 17, 2014 at 1:06pm
That is correct! It was the (tenth part) 10th of the 10th, and if you had 9, then you did not give a tithe. This was the biblical tithe. God commanded Israel to give 23.3% of their income (not money) every year. The tithe consisted of the produce of the land, fruit of the land, herd of the flock and seed of the land. It was the product of the land, not money. Even Abraham did not give from his personal store, he gave from the spoils of his conquest. New Testament tithing is give freely without compulsion because God loves a cheerful giver. In reality, it means everything as we are led by the Holy Spirit.
 June 17, 2014 at 12:18pm
Foolish drivel! Nowhere in the New Testament do we see Christians commissioned to “tithe” 10%. Tithing was an instrument of the Old Testament and it was never income. Why do pastors (?) claim to want to follow the scriptures yet commission their “followers” to follow unscriptural practices. When I read this kind of stuff it only goes to solidify in my heart and mind why I chose to leave the Institutional Church and follow a Jesus of the Bible who is not bound up in these pagan practices.
Actually, Old Testament tithing wasn't just 10% either.
 June 4, 2014 at 2:11pm
Michael Scott: It’s uh… two and a half (pounds). I’m not going for bulk, I’m going for tone.
April 14, 2014 at 12:42pm
Being a Christian is not just a title that someone can “claim”, it is a adherence to the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. This woman in no more a Christian than a muslim is a Christian.
April 9, 2014 at 2:18pm
I would totally take those photos. Now, I cant promise they would be worth anything, but I’d take them.
April 7, 2014 at 4:42pm
Well, when mortals are propped up higher than Jesus what do we expect. Its a long way down!
March 20, 2014 at 2:14pm
She really needs someone to properly structure here website SEO tactics. A Home page with the title “Home”, c’mon, seriously! Is it still 1995!
March 18, 2014 at 6:18pm
@:46 seconds and on… they didn’t teach me that in hunter safety.
March 8, 2014 at 1:24am
Thanks for the share, looking forward to reading that blog. I’ve really been struggling with the whole concept of “church” as we know it, and I am the worship leader on Sunday for our church. I just see no life giving substance, just a lot of bored people who seem aimless. There has to be more…
March 8, 2014 at 1:14am
I think… I think… I think… I think… I think… I think… I think… I think… I think… I think… I don’t think that you think at all, that is the problem :(
Please provide a link, if you stand by what you've had stated?
March 6, 2014 at 11:46pm
… meanwhile people are starving all over the globe, dying of disease, and churches continue this insanity …
January 10, 2014 at 1:29pm
Its a fraud, sorry to say…
The Bible says that Jesus was born in Bethlehem (Matthew 2:1). However, the Book of Mormon reads: “And behold, he shall be born of Mary at Jerusalem” (Alma 7:10).
In Jacob 7:27, the French word adieu occurs. But how could a modern French word have found its way into those ancient plates? This is additional evidence of fraud, and presents grounds for rejecting the Book of Mormon.
Alma 37:38, dated at 73 B.C., speaks of the people using a “compass.” However, such an instrument was not invented until about A.D. 1100. How could there be a divinely inspired translation of a word describing something that did not exist? This is a mark of fraud.
1 Nephi 18:25, dated at 589 B.C., speaks of “horses” and “asses.” But, these animals were unknown in the Western Hemisphere until the Spaniards introduced them about 450 years ago. Can anyone honestly believe that such a bungled mistake occurred as a result of divine revelation?
Surprising as it may seem, no less than six times the Book of Mormon employs the abbreviation “&c” (and so forth), a usage peculiar to the nineteenth century (subtitle of 2 Nephi; Jacob 1:11; Mosiah 8:8; 23:5; Alma 3:5). It can hardly be suggested that such a symbol is a “translation” from ancient writings. This kind of mistake is clear and compelling evidence of the recent origin of the book.
December 5, 2013 at 5:56pm
And by the way Dose, it was 2000 years ago, not 200 :)
December 5, 2013 at 5:55pm
Dose, a critical thinking person who would examine the evidence and what it points too. Only based upon the evidence can a person really conclude what happened. The MSM has painted one picture, the evidence has painted another. I can see from your post that you are emotionally attached to what ever this story has brought you (but killing the messenger, Czar and discarding his message is not the way to prove your point). I was extremely attached to this story until I shut off the MSM and looked at the evidence for what it was saying about the event. In looking at all the oddities which have sprung up (Robbie Parker, a hundred pound whimp executing 20+ people in tactical timing, incorrect license plates, Gene Rosen’s oddites, check in signs, lack of emergency vehicles, FEMA running a drill the same day 12 miles down the road, etc etc etc etc etc), one can clearly see circumstantial evidence that points to this event as a hoax. A person who has to resort to name calling and questioning the validity of Christianity is the person who clearly doesn’t have a clue what they are talking about. You can’t just kill the messenger and discard the message and expect yourself to be validated. Prove your point and at least make an attempt at looking somewhat educated.