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The Lawyer on Trial for Christ

RJBJr Wrote: Sep 19, 2014 10:20 AM
I disagree strongly. If you examine yourself closely, you'll find your own personal god, Dean - something you have strong belief and Faith in above all else. If it's not one of the examples above, how about Allah, or the universe, or perhaps yourself, your own knowledge, or the Seahawks?
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The Lawyer on Trial for Christ

RJBJr Wrote: Sep 19, 2014 9:24 AM
Everyone has a god he/she believes in. It's a human thing. Some of these gods are trees, others are the earth, a political leader, science, a professor, Stephen Hawking, etc. I'll take the God of the Bible over any of these.
No Christian could yuk it up on a golf course right after watching a beheading. Obama's behavior tells all. It wasn't until his polls started dropping that he showed any interest in ISIS at all.
Obama will cut and run as soon as civilians start to die. ISIS knows this and are positioning innocent women and children among troops and equipment.
Christ died for all sinners. But, to live in eternity, we are required to recognize and repent of our sins. Problem with gays is they are told their lifestyle is not a sin, so they have no need to pray for forgiveness. The Christian has an obligation to the gay community to point out that their behavior is sinful, just as our behaviors are. We both need to confess our sins to receive the grace Jesus died to give us.
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America: The Ostrich Years

RJBJr Wrote: Aug 24, 2014 7:37 AM
The most disgusting behavior I have seen. The O clearly has no capacity for empathy. He was not disturbed in the least by the suffering of James Foley. It's typical narcissistic behavior. There's a lack of the empathetic portion of brain function in this guy. This guy is scary. Only one worse is Hillary.
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The Three Stooges of the Apocalypse

RJBJr Wrote: Aug 14, 2014 7:31 AM
I think the stooges are merely puppets. Anyone else get the feeling the stooges are just following the leader, Obama, whose strings are being pulled by Michelle and Valerie? All the actions I've seen from the stooges seem sooo effeminate.
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Who Owns the Future?

RJBJr Wrote: Aug 08, 2014 10:22 AM
So, Pat, what's YOUR solution? Here's a far out idea to consider. We've got the smartest leader in the world in the White House. It's clear, the job is far to complex even for him. So, let's break the Presidency up into two pieces. Limit the President to deal with unanticipated crises only. Then, computerize his role as chief law enforcement officer. Build on IBM's Watson computer. Let Watson enforce the laws. After all law enforcement should be a logical process and one not subject to the interpretation of the executive or the attorney General. Since most presidential actions are poll driven, Watson can take the polls and make those decisions. Only when there is an emergency, where decisions can't wait for poll results, should the human President be delegated that decision-making authority. Automate as many cabinet jobs with Watson, Jrs. Let elected officials concentrate on creating new law and on fixing old ones. Watson can evolve to be able to read new legislation, no matter how many pages, eliminate pork, and check for constitutionality.
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Finding Joy Amid World’s Chaos

RJBJr Wrote: Aug 04, 2014 5:08 PM
You don't seem to understand your own science god David. "Super dense"? I thought your science god is teaching you that we are a result of an happy collision in the multiverse. Study more about your science god. Your efforts will lead to discover the real God.
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Finding Joy Amid World’s Chaos

RJBJr Wrote: Aug 04, 2014 8:00 AM
Two perfect examples, Matt. Read Flattus and David below. These are examples of all those who believe THEY are smarter than God. These are present day examples of the builders of the Tower. They believe they have figured it all out and man and nature are in control. The story is an old one. Every generation has ad those who thought they had it all figured out. It is this idea, the arrogance of man, that is behind all of the problems you describe, Matt.
Correct John. What's amazing to me is how liberal voters ignore the lies and vote for liars. I've never seen a more dishonest administration filled with unabashed dishonesty from top to bottom. And, to think these same people will vote for the Clintons, who are even more dishonest, in 2016 scares the hell out of me.
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