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Old July 3rd, 2018, 07:21 PM   #61
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Yeah, well, I'm not. I've studied the doctrines from the 1st century. I know Christian teachings very good which is why I became an Anglican. When you study Christianity as well as I have you'll find out where the Catholics were right and where the Protestants were right. That quickly and rapidly leads one to the Anglican Catholic Church. For the ACC holds to the best doctrines of the RCC and the best of the Protestant Reformation. But most Christians do not study their faith deep enough to know these things
Wow. How fortunate that you just happened to be born in just the right time and place to be lucky enough to know the truth and be redeemed.
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Where did he say that?
Not only that, but apparently I'm a staunch defender of Islamic jihad, from what the honest, no lying Anglican "christian" over there says
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Old July 3rd, 2018, 07:43 PM   #63
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Wow. How fortunate that you just happened to be born in just the right time and place to be lucky enough to know the truth and be redeemed.
Yes, I am lucky to have been born in a country that allows the message of eternal salvation to be accepted. Such a shame on those countries who hide that life saving message from their citizens. Those nations and their leaders will be judged harshly.

Jesus said to preach the eternal Gospel to all the world. The early Christians of the 1st century had in mind to do just that. Clement of Rome was so determined he became frustrated when he realized he had no means to get that message to opposite earth. He knew the earth was round and that other people (aka, antipodes) lived on opposite. Quite interesting what this 1st century church father has to say on the matter. Has much to do with how God saw the native Americans. This column, though long, may be one of the most fascinating things you read in a long time.

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That's what the Old Testament calls "bearing false witness". Not so strange that you forgive Donald Trump for his many instances of bearing false witness since you hold that commandment, apparently, in low regard as well.
Look, you are here trolling on a topic that isn't even about Christianity. But you troll in defense of Islam, in hopes you can make Christianity look as ugly as Islam and that makes you a fanatical atheist who has no knowledge of either religion but yet like to troll your fanatical liberal opinionated crap which only manages to strengthen Islamic arguments which set out to justify jihad against modern civilization.
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Old July 3rd, 2018, 08:34 PM   #65
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Are Islamic teachings compatible with U.S. law? Are the teachings of Muhammad a civil rights violation? Dos the Qur'an hold any moral value that we Americans need? Is there anything loving written in the Qur'an about disbeliever? Should Islamic teachings be taught in schools? These things we can discuss here.
No. No religious teaching should ever inform US law. Why would you even suggest such a thing? Religion should NEVER influence US law.

Is someone telling you otherwise?
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Look, you are here trolling on a topic that isn't even about Christianity. But you troll in defense of Islam, in hopes you can make Christianity look as ugly as Islam and that makes you a fanatical atheist who has no knowledge of either religion but yet like to troll your fanatical liberal opinionated crap which only manages to strengthen Islamic arguments which set out to justify jihad against modern civilization.
Who in this forum has advocated for any religious law to be made real? I'm not seeing anyone do that except maybe you. No, radical Islam is not compatible, No, radical Christianity is not compatible, no radical religion is compatible.

The whole idea of this country is that we are free to believe what we want. It seems to me that you think anyone who does not agree with you is radical. That's ridiculous.

Believe what you want! You're free to. And that has never changed ever. What you are not free to do is make other people live by your religion's rules. That should be obvious and OK.The entire idea of the USA is that people are free to do what they want, as long as that freedom does not infringe on others' freedom.

I think that's where you have an issue. You think that your religion entitles you to tell others how to live, and if they don't obey you, you get to deny them goods, services and who knows what else.

It DOESN'T. And for good reason. You don't get to dictate how people live and vice versa. If you want to live a certain way, you can. BUT, you do NOT get to tell other people how to live.

The Amish are a great example of this. They choose a certain way of life and that is OK. No one denies them that. And they would never deny anyone theirs. And we all keep them safe. And we should.


But you want to deny others their way, and that's what I have a huge problem with.

I can tell you one thing right now, the Amish have never turned me away because I'm gay. Not one time, not even for a wedding cake.

Why? Because it has nothing to do with them. And those folks make some damn good furniture too.

The Amish do not discriminate ever. Maybe we could learn from them.

Or maybe, you'd like to start a war against the Amish too?
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Who in this forum has advocated for any religious law to be made real? I'm not seeing anyone do that except maybe you. No, radical Islam is not compatible, No, radical Christianity is not compatible, no radical religion is compatible.

The whole idea of this country is that we are free to believe what we want. It seems to me that you think anyone who does not agree with you is radical. That's ridiculous.
But typical of the fundie menace.
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But typical of the fundie menace.
I'm just tired of it. When we die, we die. The time to be decent to each other is NOW. Why people can't do that will always escape me. It makes the entire point of existence pointless.
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Who in this forum has advocated for any religious law to be made real? I'm not seeing anyone do that except maybe you. No, radical Islam is not compatible, No, radical Christianity is not compatible, no radical religion is compatible.
Oh I see plenty of liberals here defending Islamic terrorism by trying to turn it around on Christianity--which is a defense for terrorism since you liberals cannot agree that Islam is to root of terrorism in the world today.

And what is radical Christianity? Do you actually have a definition for this and/or examples? Maybe you believe anyone who is a practicing Christian is a radical? How bigoted of you.

A Christian and a Jew walk into a bar....and nothing blew up.

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The whole idea of this country is that we are free to believe what we want. It seems to me that you think anyone who does not agree with you is radical. That's ridiculous.
If you agree then why are you arguing in favor for Islam? Someone who agrees says 'Yeah, I agree Islam is a threat to modern civilizaton.' There is no arguing over it since its an agreement. But where there is argument there is support.

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Believe what you want! You're free to. And that has never changed ever. What you are not free to do is make other people live by your religion's rules. That should be obvious and OK.The entire idea of the USA is that people are free to do what they want, as long as that freedom does not infringe on others' freedom.
Yeah well thats not what atheists believe. Even here on this topic atheists have weighed in saying that atheism and only atheism should be forced into all public schools and taught has fact. That is a violation of the 1st Amendment. We Christians believe our faith is every bit as true as atheists believe in their religion. In fact, we Christians would gladly be executed for our faith. You will see no atheists die for their faith. Yet they want to force everyone in the country to believe in their stupid evolution. So freedom of religion is a two way street and when one side wants to change the laws and do away with the 1st Amendment because its not atheism only then atheists are no better than Islamic jihadists...except Islamic jihadists have proven in Europe they can outsmart the majority of atheists if that says anything about atheism.

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I think that's where you have an issue. You think that your religion entitles you to tell others how to live, and if they don't obey you, you get to deny them goods, services and who knows what else.
You assume much and know little. Sure, I believe that eternal salvation comes in no other name than through Jesus Christ. But as a Christian I do not want false conversions which also means I oppose forcing others to believe. No atheist has ever been forced to be a Christian. If you want to know what forced belief is then go and move to an Islamic country and you'll change your view on Christianity real fast!

It DOESN'T. And for good reason. You don't get to dictate how people live and vice versa. If you want to live a certain way, you can. BUT, you do NOT get to tell other people how to live.

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The Amish are a great example of this. They choose a certain way of life and that is OK. No one denies them that. And they would never deny anyone theirs. And we all keep them safe. And we should.
That's correct. But muslims deny the Amish their right to live the life they chose. Muslims deny our right to live and believe as we chose. This is what the topic is about but you and others want to spin this on to Christianity which doesn't work since we Christians do not have a command to force you to do anything nor are we commanded to kill every last non-christian until only Christians remain.


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But you want to deny others their way, and that's what I have a huge problem with.
When did I say that? You are a paranoid liberal with no knowledge of religion. So typical of liberals to fear Christianity but embrace Islam. So stupid it will cost Democrats the next election to be absolutely sure. You wanna know how Democrats will start winning elections. Answering simple questions with quick simple answers, like this:

Question to Candidate: "Do you oppose Islamic emigration?"

Democrat Candidate: "You damn well better believe I do!"

Democrat automatically wins entire election just from that one short but quick answer and election is over.

But liberals are so dumb they cannot be real for one second which is why people are turning from stupid liberalism and voting for the new Trump-Republican Candidates. Its a no bullshit kind of reasoning.

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I can tell you one thing right now, the Amish have never turned me away because I'm gay. Not one time, not even for a wedding cake.
That's good. But perhaps you should not be condemning those Christians who's consciences don't want to make you a cake. You're gonna have to accept the good with the bad without being a prick about it. Tolerance is a two way street and if you cannot tolerate Christians then you are no different than the muslims. I'm sure you do realize that in Islam all gays are killed. That is the law of Islam.

And I'm so damn intolerant of gays I voted for Trump as to spare them from being slaughtered in the future by muslims who breed 7 children per household and can take over a population of a nation in less than one generation. Hillary wanted to bring in from the very started 500+ thousands muslims! They come here for the sole purpose of murdering you and me. I voted for Trump to prevent a future of genocide in this country. But the dumb liberals all voted for mass genocide which is why they lost.

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Why? Because it has nothing to do with them. And those folks make some damn good furniture too.
Amish are not allowed to do anything in Islam unless they pay the life tax (jizya). If they do not pay the life tax they get slaughtered. You, being a homosexual, are not given the option to pay the life tax. You are a slaughter on site penalty in Islam. Yet you ave nothing to fear from us Christians.

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The Amish do not discriminate ever. Maybe we could learn from them.
Well you don't know that much about Amish people either. Not all Amish are alike. It all depends on how they run their communities and where they live. Some can be complete dicks and very rude, while others are the nicest and most honorable people you will meet. It all depends on where you are at.

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Or maybe, you'd like to start a war against the Amish too?

The topic is about Islam and not the Amish, you moron! You are not thinking logically. You think with your emotions which is why you gays are so delusional over nothing that matters. The Amish do not have an agenda to slaughter all Americans now do they? You don't fear them because you know they aren't gonna murder you. But go walk into a muslim community and see how long you last there! Here is a gay muslim trying to argue with an Imam and not doing well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibmaiIGr56w&t=4s

I have read all this and much more. Gays who vote Democrat are so damn dumb because they vote for the mass slaughter of themselves. So stupid. Milo is one of the only smart gays in the world. The rest are stupid and delusional. So gays want to bring in this large army of muslim emigrants so they have friends who will fight and kill all Christians. But they don't know that muslims plan on killing anyone who refused to convert to Islam! And, again, gays are not given the choice. They are killed right away.

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Why don't you stop beating around the bushes and spit it out:
My agenda is to somehow label a religion to be incompatible with US law, therefore it should be OUT-lawed!

Now I'm curious what is your end-game:
round up all the US muslims, put them in a concentration camp and what? deport them?

And you guys get all offended when I call you nazis.

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