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    America Is A Nation Full Of Mass Killers

    American mothers have the "right to choose to murder their babies" (58 million & counting). In all aspects of American society evil is considered to be good & good is considered to be evil and this truth is reflected in the leaders that we elect to office.

    America Is A Nation Full Of Mass Killers, And We Even Elect Them To The Highest Offices In The Land









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    How many unwanted babies have you adopted?
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

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    Care to guess how many people have been killed by Christians under papal authority in the name of Christianity?

    Pot, meet kettle.

    If you'd like to debate, YOU set the terms.
    You will still lose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robgmn View Post
    Care to guess how many people have been killed by Christians under papal authority in the name of Christianity?

    Pot, meet kettle.

    If you'd like to debate, YOU set the terms.
    You will still lose.
    In the USA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XD40scinNC View Post
    How many unwanted babies have you adopted?
    There are no unwanted babies. There are waiting lists for them, involving years of waiting and lots of money. Some American parents quit waiting and travel overseas for babies.

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    The OP talks of mass murders occurring in our own country through abortions. From there, it turned into asinine questions intended to make light of, or even inconsequential, the fact that millions of babies have been deliberately murdered in the name of women's rights. The first question asked was, "How many unwanted babies have you adopted?" That has little relevance to the issue. Not all people can adopt children for one reason or another. Yet, there are many who would be absolutely delighted to have the opportunity to adopt one or more. I have never adopted a baby. My wife and I were fortunate to have three of our own but we did raise five others also. Under the current system of abortions, there doesn't seem to be any announcements made of babies who are, or will be, available for adoption. Most women do not want to carry the baby to full term and offer it the possibility of being adopted. They are more concerned with their reputations, careers, their figures, or some other stupid reason. They lie to themselves and say that they aren't carrying a baby, just a mass of gelatinous material that has no feelings. Planned Parenthood is an evil organization started by Margaret Sanger with one specific purpose in mind, to eliminate the population of undesirable people, mainly blacks and other "lower class people." Most PP centers were set up in black neighborhoods where many illegitimate pregnancies were occurring. Blacks were the ones to have been purposely targeted and have been sterilized and other procedures in order to have only selective breeding of a "better class of people." Today, people have become so evil that they have abortions simply because they can, and give no thought to religion or the plain murder of babies.

    The question of how many people have been killed by Christians, under Papal authority, and in the name of Christianity, is nothing more than a red herring meant to deflect any criticism of current abortion practices and more of a basis of argument. Sure, stupid and inhumane practices have been practiced in the name of religion. They were wrong and, in the many years since their occurrence, many changes have taken place. Christians were not the only ones to use those ridiculous practices, there is enough blame to go around for most religions and the practitioners who so eagerly carried out the senseless crimes. History is just that...history, not something that has to be continued in the age where we now know different. It should be used to prevent the furthering of such practices, not using them as an instruction manual for use today! The continuation of murders of innocent babies is indicative of the immorality which has overcome our nation. Any argument for the continuation of abortions is pure BS and something which one will have to answer to God.

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    The OP talks of mass murders occurring in our own country through abortions. From there, it turned into asinine questions intended to make light of, or even inconsequential, the fact that millions of babies have been deliberately murdered in the name of women's rights. The first question asked was, "How many unwanted babies have you adopted?" That has little relevance to the issue. Not all people can adopt children for one reason or another. Yet, there are many who would be absolutely delighted to have the opportunity to adopt one or more. I have never adopted a baby. My wife and I were fortunate to have three of our own but we did raise five others also. Under the current system of abortions, there doesn't seem to be any announcements made of babies who are, or will be, available for adoption. Most women do not want to carry the baby to full term and offer it the possibility of being adopted. They are more concerned with their reputations, careers, their figures, or some other stupid reason. They lie to themselves and say that they aren't carrying a baby, just a mass of gelatinous material that has no feelings. Planned Parenthood is an evil organization started by Margaret Sanger with one specific purpose in mind, to eliminate the population of undesirable people, mainly blacks and other "lower class people." Most PP centers were set up in black neighborhoods where many illegitimate pregnancies were occurring. Blacks were the ones to have been purposely targeted and have been sterilized and other procedures in order to have only selective breeding of a "better class of people." Today, people have become so evil that they have abortions simply because they can, and give no thought to religion or the plain murder of babies.

    The question of how many people have been killed by Christians, under Papal authority, and in the name of Christianity, is nothing more than a red herring meant to deflect any criticism of current abortion practices and more of a basis of argument. Sure, stupid and inhumane practices have been practiced in the name of religion. They were wrong and, in the many years since their occurrence, many changes have taken place. Christians were not the only ones to use those ridiculous practices, there is enough blame to go around for most religions and the practitioners who so eagerly carried out the senseless crimes. History is just that...history, not something that has to be continued in the age where we now know different. It should be used to prevent the furthering of such practices, not using them as an instruction manual for use today! The continuation of murders of innocent babies is indicative of the immorality which has overcome our nation. Any argument for the continuation of abortions is pure BS and something which one will have to answer to God.

    Amen brother, I couldn't have said it any better, Jesus is still coming soon no matter what excuse we have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojoman View Post
    Amen brother, I couldn't have said it any better, Jesus is still coming soon no matter what excuse we have.
    Jesus is coming for His bride much sooner than people think. It always amazes me that when everything looks dark and fearful is when, even Christians , believe the Rapture will take place. Not So! Remember Jesus warning, "Be Not Deceived". "And as were the days of Noah, so shall be the coming of the Son of man. For as in those days which were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark, and they knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall be the coming of the Son of man". These verses tell us that when the Son of Man appears again, people will be eating and drinking, marrying and giving up in marriage just as they did right up to the day when Noah went into the ark. Everything was normal, in other words, for those who were unaware of God’s intentions. The pre-tribulation Rapture is the key to unlocking the timing of Bible prophecy. Once the Lord Jesus comes for the Church, the way will be cleared for the devil to set up his final rebellion. I think it's very significant that Jesus frequently pointed to the "think not" hour as being the time of His return. The slumbering state that we find the Church in today is a strong indication that this prophecy is in the process of being fulfilled. I would rank it far above the more general prophecies like "knowledge shall increase" (Dan 12:4) or "earthquakes in divers places" (Mark 13:8).

    Jesus said He would intentionally choose a time-frame when Christians are not expecting His return. As a result, the most unlikely time for His return becomes, actually, the most likely time for the Rapture. Because we have an assurance from the Lord that this event will take place during a time when the faithful are least expecting Him, we have a contrary way to judge the Rapture's nearness. We're clearly living in the "Think-Not" generation. If the Lord were to come today, He would find a Church very cozy with a sinful world. Because we have no moral watchdogs anymore, it's difficult to measure the depravity of our society. Whenever I try to gauge levels of morality, I have to think how people from other generations would react to situations. In his letter to the Thessalonians, Paul indicates that the act of being caught off guard by the Rapture is purely optional. He wrote, "But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief" (1 Thes. 5:4). Again I say, Jesus is coming for His bride much sooner than people think. By remaining forever alert, we can escape being found asleep when our Master finally returns. MARANATHA!
    ~ God Hates Religion ~
    But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach to you a gospel contrary to the one we preached to you, let him be accursed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reba View Post
    In the USA?
    So christianity is different in other parts of the world? What is different..... the god, the book, the rules?

    Or maybe you should ask a Native American about the christian hoards that immigrated here.
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reba View Post
    There are no unwanted babies. There are waiting lists for them, involving years of waiting and lots of money. Some American parents quit waiting and travel overseas for babies.

    Drive through you local public assistance housing and tell me that.
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

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