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I always found it amusing that although Jesus said, if a town or city did not want to hear the message of Aristus Feb 2024 #1
And they ignore the passage about praying in a closet Farmer-Rick Feb 2024 #8
The only "verse" that matters jayschool2013 Feb 2024 #31
Oh I agree Farmer-Rick Feb 2024 #40
Absolutely correct, humanity is not their first priority. It's God's kingdom Walleye Feb 2024 #2
It is ever-changing mythology. pandr32 Feb 2024 #3
By Zeus, I believe that you are on to something! Dave Bowman Feb 2024 #10
Yes, but we have to deal with this version, progressoid Feb 2024 #13
They didn't listen to their own. CrispyQ Feb 2024 #4
Hell no. They welcomed them in. progressoid Feb 2024 #19
Reminds me of something I learned in Catholic school. calimary Feb 2024 #36
My narcissist mother is a Talibangelical who blew up her family in the name of Jesus OMGWTF Feb 2024 #5
I have always thought that there is only one way to deal with religious thoughts, that say have faith. bluestarone Feb 2024 #6
I am tired of people who quote the bible. Just post some fortunes from your Chinese cookies. twodogsbarking Feb 2024 #7
The real mystery is John Farmer Feb 2024 #9
They are damn hypocrites. Dave Bowman Feb 2024 #12
These creepy weirdos sure are very dangerous and it seems Dave Bowman Feb 2024 #11
Christian Covidicus StarryNite Feb 2024 #15
You can't argue or reason with a god. Hermit-The-Prog Feb 2024 #14
Yes you can! ArkansasDemocrat1 Feb 2024 #26
"CALLED BY GOD" -- God's voice in their head, or their own ego? Martin Eden Feb 2024 #16
Good OP moniss Feb 2024 #17
Goldwater was wrong about much but he was right about evangelists Warpy Feb 2024 #18
Goldwater would have been better (err...less paranoid?) than Nixon, he should have run in '68 ArkansasDemocrat1 Feb 2024 #27
Similar for me (1943, Missouri) Trust_Reality Feb 2024 #20
I'm surprised that everyone doesn't already know this! CCExile Feb 2024 #21
Unfortunately, the "moderate" Christians uphold the radical Christofascists LiberalLovinLug Feb 2024 #22
I hear you. These leaders are dangerous, but Pew and 538 show charts that show they don't represent most Christians. ancianita Feb 2024 #23
The problem is that they have the ear, or are actually political leaders within the Republican Party Caliman73 Feb 2024 #32
You may be right that they have leaders' ear. But it's Americans' views of them that are driving the vote toward the ancianita Feb 2024 #34
Religious zealots are dangerous dlk Feb 2024 #24
It's interesting that the phrase is Mblaze Feb 2024 #25
It is more than evangelism. It is Dominionism. Caliman73 Feb 2024 #28
I'm all in with this thread leanforward Feb 2024 #29
These Fanatics take "Onward Christian Soldiers" LITERALLY. amb123 Feb 2024 #30
KICK. PlutosHeart Feb 2024 #33
Now that politics are being driven by religion, it's fair game on this general page. lindysalsagal Feb 2024 #35
The Americanized Evangelicals will fold like tissue paper the moment it costs them things......... jaxexpat Feb 2024 #37
K&R...nt Wounded Bear Feb 2024 #38
Polls apparently are showing that the dominionists comprise a minority of evangelicals . Permanut Feb 2024 #39
I'm in complete agreement leanforward Feb 2024 #41
Of course, it is serious. OldBaldy1701E Feb 2024 #42
Yep. Religion is a mind virus. redqueen Feb 2024 #43
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