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  • Royce E. Van Blaricome
    So it sounds like Miles has committed adultery, made her second husband an adulterer, and now wants to encourage others to do the same. Who's really Biblically illiterate? The Bible is clear on when divorce is authorized. ONLY in the case of unconfessed, unrepentant, actual physical adultery and desertion by the Unbeliever. There is NO authorization for divorce due to abuse. That is nothing more than man's wisdom overriding God's. Prov. 14:12
  • 8 minutes ago
  • SlickRick
    So the folks whining about "kids these days" in this poll are admitting to being complete failures as parents? Or maybe they've merely revised their childhood memories so that they believe they were little angels who walked ten miles to school in six feet of snow and they all saved themselves for marriage. More rosy recollection BS.
  • 23 minutes ago
  • SlickRick
    Louie - And every time the CP does post a "center-right" piece, the hardline righties occupying positions only slightly less conservative than Ayatollah Khomeini come out of the woodwork and denounce them as "apostates" or "no better than Democrats."
  • 26 minutes ago
  • Harley
    wonforall - Agree; calling atheism a religion is like saying not having a hobby is a hobby.
  • 1 hour ago
  • Harley
    The women oppressed by sharia law in Muslim countries are treated no better than work animals. The men of that culture are so insecure of their masculinity they have developed a culture of oppression and bullying the women into covering up all identifying features so no other man might find any ...more
    The women oppressed by sharia law in Muslim countries are treated no better than work animals. The men of that culture are so insecure of their masculinity they have developed a culture of oppression and bullying the women into covering up all identifying features so no other man might find any thing pleasing about the women's looks and tempt or flirt with her in an attempt to gain her favor and company. Whenever I see an American woman who has converted to Islam I wonder what is so wrong in her life that she would subject herself to that insanity. I also wonder if she is a candidate for the stupidest woman on earth.

    Actually the men of that "faith" have a long history of cowardice in battle. In the 6 Days War Israel cleaned house on a military force several times their number consisting of members from several Arab nations. The joke afterward was that Israel was selling captured Egyptian tanks that had only one forward gear and six backing gears. Israel was also said to be selling thousands of captured Arab nation rifles. They were brand new, never fired and dropped once. In the long desert war between Iraq and Iran they treated warfare like sporting events here in the US. They only fought when the weather was nice and they plugged away at each other in a prolonged bloodletting using military tactics similar to WWI that produced no results other than the deaths of tens of thousands of their young men. During Desert Shield the Iraqui Army divisions gave up enmass, on one occasion to a single individual. They also folded when America invaded them after 9/11. That same thing is happening as the Iraqui Army now faces ISIS. These are the "men" who dominate their women who are physically weaker than they are, but pose themselves as men; NOT.
  • 1 hour ago
  • A to Z
    ISIS.... That's the original name of the giant graven goddess planned for the Suez Canal.. ... But the Egyptians didn't want the eyesore... So they gave it to New Yorkers to worship & renamed her "Liberty".. For God's opinion of the graven goddess, check out the second commandment: Thou shalt ...more
    ISIS.... That's the original name of the giant graven goddess planned for the Suez Canal..
    ... But the Egyptians didn't want the eyesore... So they gave it to New Yorkers to worship & renamed her "Liberty"..

    For God's opinion of the graven goddess, check out the second commandment:

    Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.
    Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me; And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.

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    Oh! I know when the motto "Give me liberty or give me death" is used, it is referring to the kind of "liberty" that doesn't take a million plus laws & regulations to control the populous...

    ... But since the USA adds tens of thousands of regulations, rules, laws, & bureaucratic arbitrary whims for revenue yearly..

    And since most Americans would take offense to the suggestion to scrap the copper eyesore... I can only conclude they worship the thing... In defiance of Gods commandment that used 1/3 of all the 10 commandment words.
  • 2 hours ago
  • PeterSanders
    This is for FreedomVenue, but I can't seem to post a reply: FreedomVenue - Please understand that the founding fathers understood very very clearly that it is religion which causes conflict, (they came to the New World, in part to escape Old World constraints based on religion). So you have ...more
    This is for FreedomVenue, but I can't seem to post a reply:
    FreedomVenue - Please understand that the founding fathers understood very very clearly that it is religion which causes conflict, (they came to the New World, in part to escape Old World constraints based on religion).

    So you have freedom to believe whatever nonsense you want to believe, as does Joe, Bob and Mo. That is why they tried their best to shield the government from religion. Can't you see that this is actually be best way forward ? Having governments decide on religious claims is unhealthy and you can see the results of it all over.

    Come on support FREEDOM FreedomVenue, Oh the irony.

    I support totally your freedom to believe false claims, as you support mine to believe true ones.
  • 2 hours ago
  • PeterSanders
    FreedomVenue - FreedomVenue - Please understand that the founding fathers understood very very clearly that it is religion which causes conflict, (they came to the New World, in part to escape Old World constraints based on religion). So you have freedom to believe whatever nonsense you want to ...more
    FreedomVenue - FreedomVenue - Please understand that the founding fathers understood very very clearly that it is religion which causes conflict, (they came to the New World, in part to escape Old World constraints based on religion).

    So you have freedom to believe whatever nonsense you want to believe, as does Joe, Bob and Mo. That is why they tried their best to shield the government from religion. Can't you see that this is actually be best way forward ? Having governments decide on religious claims is unhealthy and you can see the results of it all over.

    Come on support FREEDOM FreedomVenue, Oh the irony.

    I support totally your freedom to believe false claims, as you support mine to believe true ones.
  • 2 hours ago
  • A to Z
    christianposter - Of course Satan's Babylonian mystery religion was a rash all over... And of course Satan would make the filthiest abominations part of his followers duties... ... Just because you don't make the filthy abomination part of your Satan worship, does not turn fornicating with ...more
    christianposter -

    Of course Satan's Babylonian mystery religion was a rash all over...

    And of course Satan would make the filthiest abominations part of his followers duties...

    ... Just because you don't make the filthy abomination part of your Satan worship, does not turn fornicating with filthy feces into a clean & acceptable behavior for God's children.

    Sanctify yourselves therefore, and be ye holy: for I am the LORD your God. And ye shall keep my statutes, and do them: I am the LORD which sanctify you.

    There is no fornicating with feces & filth in "being holy".
    • A Different Kind of 'Coming Out'
    • I came busting out of the closet in 2009 in a desperate attempt to finally find some peace in my life. Some happiness. Some joy. Some freedom. But as most of you already know, the "freedom" that my coming out and adopting a gay identity bought me was a freedom that only brought me into more bondage.
  • 2 hours ago
  • ProtestantEpiscopal
    Well, he should take this up with the 1st Amendment then which gives the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Episcopal Church USA, Presbyterian Church USA, United Church of Christ, Disciples of Christ, Moravian Church, some American Baptists USA, some Reformed churches in America, and 15 United Methodist Conferences the right to support same-sex marriage.
    • Marriage Still Matters
    • Bottom line: we abandon marriage at our peril. In doing so, we put children at risk as well as the preservation of our own society. If marriage doesn't endure, you can be sure the unraveling of society is not far behind.
  • 2 hours ago
  • christianposter
    Ipetra - We've been over this before - I don't use that website.
    • A Different Kind of 'Coming Out'
    • I came busting out of the closet in 2009 in a desperate attempt to finally find some peace in my life. Some happiness. Some joy. Some freedom. But as most of you already know, the "freedom" that my coming out and adopting a gay identity bought me was a freedom that only brought me into more bondage.
  • 2 hours ago
  • ProtestantEpiscopal
    JamesRAist - Well, the United Methodists, Evangelical Lutherans, Episcopalians, Presbyterians USA, American Baptists USA, United Church of Christ, Disciples of Christ, Reformed Church in America, Mennonites USA, Quakers, and Moravians all allow gay members and most allow gay marriage.
  • 2 hours ago
  • christianposter
    believer - If I had ever been refuted, I'd cheerfully accept defeat. No. I get 'booted' off for using scripture to back up my points as you well know. If this were not the case, you'd be quick enough to post refuting scripture, You can't, so like all of your little chums, you post insults and half truths.
    • A Different Kind of 'Coming Out'
    • I came busting out of the closet in 2009 in a desperate attempt to finally find some peace in my life. Some happiness. Some joy. Some freedom. But as most of you already know, the "freedom" that my coming out and adopting a gay identity bought me was a freedom that only brought me into more bondage.
  • 2 hours ago
  • christianposter
    shawnie5 - Try again. It's mentioned in a specific context.
    • A Different Kind of 'Coming Out'
    • I came busting out of the closet in 2009 in a desperate attempt to finally find some peace in my life. Some happiness. Some joy. Some freedom. But as most of you already know, the "freedom" that my coming out and adopting a gay identity bought me was a freedom that only brought me into more bondage.
  • 2 hours ago
  • christianposter
    A to Z - Did you NOT read the OT, A-Z? Specifically the earlier part of Leviticus 18 and Exodus? Paganism is a rash all over the Bible. Had you not noticed this and its accompanying threat to the establishment of the new monotheistic God, Yahweh.
    • A Different Kind of 'Coming Out'
    • I came busting out of the closet in 2009 in a desperate attempt to finally find some peace in my life. Some happiness. Some joy. Some freedom. But as most of you already know, the "freedom" that my coming out and adopting a gay identity bought me was a freedom that only brought me into more bondage.
  • 2 hours ago
  • SlickRick
    The featured speakers probably outnumber the audience, if the rather scant attendance other "ex-gay" gatherings have seen is anything to go by.
  • 2 hours ago