• Which is more fragile: the sanctity of marriage or God's feelings?

    Both can be damaged beyond repair by two men getting married.
    Both can be damaged beyond repair by two men getting married.
    59 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why can't some people accept that God exists?

    Best answer: Wisdom is too HIGH FOR A FOOL... The Ignorance is actually Amazing... That proves there is a God blinded them from the TRUTH... They can't acknowledge the fact that this devil the so called white man STOLE this land & continues to mistreat the indigenous peoples of this land... Plus it shows how he... show more
    Best answer: Wisdom is too HIGH FOR A FOOL... The Ignorance is actually Amazing... That proves there is a God blinded them from the TRUTH... They can't acknowledge the fact that this devil the so called white man STOLE this land & continues to mistreat the indigenous peoples of this land... Plus it shows how he conquered you physical and mentally... Theyfight for the same people who HATES you... He taught you
    87 answers · 1 day ago
  • Does God exist?

    46 answers · 7 hours ago
  • How strong if your faith?

    Best answer: Christ said if I reject Him before men that He will reject me before God the Father in heaven. When I tell you that no Islamic terrorists holds my life in his hand, believe me, he doesn't. He that is in me is greater than he that is in the world. I have been given the Holy Spirit and He dwells inside me. ... show more
    Best answer: Christ said if I reject Him before men that He will reject me before God the Father in heaven. When I tell you that no Islamic terrorists holds my life in his hand, believe me, he doesn't. He that is in me is greater than he that is in the world. I have been given the Holy Spirit and He dwells inside me. Only the Lord God determines when I die. The Word of God on my lips has final authority in the darkest of circumstances. I will stand on My Lord's promise that "No weapon formed against me shall prosper." Do you not know that the Lord is capable of hiding me under His wings and that God is my refuge and a mighty fortress in need.

    To my God, every Islamic knee will bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus Christ is Lord. These sweet people have been lied to by Satan himself in the false religion of Islam. Those Islamic terrorists should fear me, but I do not fear them. For Moses, God opened the earth and swallowed Korah and his 250 men just for messing with Moses. I know my God loves me. You haven't seen my guardian angel. Once glimpse of him and every terrorists you know will be running for their lives. Fear Islamic terrorist- never - I was not given a spirit of fear, but of love, power and a sound mind. I truly don't even think they would approach me.
    110 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do christians get upset when atheists call their bible a fairytale?
  • When you see a rainbow does it remind you of Noah every time, does it make you smile?

    Or does it remind you of god trying to massacre mankind
    Or does it remind you of god trying to massacre mankind
    26 answers · 7 hours ago
  • Do you believe in God?

    119 answers · 3 days ago
  • If atheism isn't a religion, why do you have religious iconography?

    Darwin fish, geometric proof of Pythagorean theorem, you all have statues of Dawkins in your homes.
    Darwin fish, geometric proof of Pythagorean theorem, you all have statues of Dawkins in your homes.
    30 answers · 14 hours ago
  • What do you think is the funniest part of the Bible?

    Some of my picks: Lot [the just and righteous (2 Peter 2:7-8)] offers his daughters to a crowd of angel rapers. Genesis 19:8 Jesus was rejected by those who knew him best -- the people of his home town of Nazareth. Matthew 13:55-57 "And ye shall eat the flesh of your sons, and the flesh of your daughters... show more
    Some of my picks: Lot [the just and righteous (2 Peter 2:7-8)] offers his daughters to a crowd of angel rapers. Genesis 19:8 Jesus was rejected by those who knew him best -- the people of his home town of Nazareth. Matthew 13:55-57 "And ye shall eat the flesh of your sons, and the flesh of your daughters shall ye eat." Leviticus 26:29 God strikes Zacharias dumb for doubting the angel Gabriel's words. Luke 1:20 God makes the sun and moon stand still so that Joshua could get all his killing done before dark. It was the first Daylight Savings Time. Joshua 10:12-13 Paul asks the very good question: "Is there unrighteousness who taketh vengeance [upon innocent people]?" The obvious answer to this is, yes. Romans 3:5 When David had a census (that God "moved" him to have), God gave him a choice of three punishments: seven years of famine, three months of war, or three days of pestilence. David couldn't decide, so God chose for him and 70,000 men died in a plague. (The details are different in 1 Chronicles, but the principle is the same.) 2 Samuel 24:1-15 "Hath given himself for us an offering and a sacrifice to God for a sweetsmelling savour." The bloody death of Jesus smelled good to God. Ephesians 5:2 When Ezra hears of the intermarriages he tears his clothes, plucks out his hair and beard, and sits down astonished. Ezra 9:3
    25 answers · 1 day ago
  • Fellow christians: Isn't it convenient we can dismiss aspects of reality that don't fit our narrative?

    Otherwise we might stumble in our walk with Jesus!
    Otherwise we might stumble in our walk with Jesus!
    23 answers · 12 hours ago
  • IF you hate God Hell is the only option as logic demands?

    Find something wrong with this and I give you $1000 —it is fearful, but it is right to say it;—that if we wished to imagine a punishment for an unholy, reprobate soul, we perhaps could not fancy a greater than to summon it to heaven. Heaven would be hell to an irreligious man. We know how unhappy we are apt to... show more
    Find something wrong with this and I give you $1000 —it is fearful, but it is right to say it;—that if we wished to imagine a punishment for an unholy, reprobate soul, we perhaps could not fancy a greater than to summon it to heaven. Heaven would be hell to an irreligious man. We know how unhappy we are apt to feel at present, when alone in the midst of strangers, or of men of different tastes and habits from ourselves. How miserable, for example, would it be to have to live in a foreign land, among a people whose faces we never saw before, and whose language we could not learn. And this is but a faint illustration of the loneliness of a man of earthly dispositions and tastes, thrust into the society of saints and angels. How forlorn would he wander through the courts of heaven! He would find no one like himself; he would see in every direction the marks {8} of God's holiness, and these would make him shudder. He would feel himself always in His presence. He could no longer turn his thoughts another way, as he does now, when conscience reproaches him. He would know that the Eternal Eye was ever upon him; and that Eye of holiness, which is joy and life to holy creatures, would seem to him an Eye of wrath and punishment. God cannot change His nature. Holy He must ever be. But while He is holy, no unholy soul can be happy in heaven.
    29 answers · 8 hours ago