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  1. Ok, some how a close friend who has an insanely fundie past*, has decided to slip a bit back into the Bible and decided to suddenly try to lead me to bible study with her. I told her politely no, then had to be more firm about some small ways I don't follow or believe in the bible. Any way, I obviously didn't do it right as she is insisting that the Bible never condones rape, or creates rules for what I called "acceptable rape". So I thought I would first ask about where I can find these Scriptures, but that got me to thinking, what other Scriptures have you all come across that also had you s
  2. A fundie-lite friend of mine posted this on Facebook.
  3. First, I may not be posting this in the correct place, so I'll apologize up front for that. Second, I'm coming at this from the prospective of someone who was raised as an Ebil Catholic, and never has read the Bible seriously, so you'll have to forgive me that, too. Lori A's posts, along with lots of others here in Snarkdom (my favorite kingdom) state that they are simply posting Biblical truths. The WORD, and all that... I recall reading a book about PHC or Liberty in the past couple of years, and there was a comment made about Creationism, and a professor
  4. 0 kids n not countin

    Bible Believing Baptists Beware!!

    Sigh, just SIGH...
  5. Swamptribe

    "Wine" in the Bible

    This complete and utter denial on the part of so many Fundamentalists of the alcoholic content of wine as mentioned in the bible just fascinates me. A frequent argument put forth by 'fundies' is that the wine mentioned in the bible was actually unfermented grape juice. Example: Anna correcting Josh in front of the children with "grape juice". Most of us here realize this is complete bovine scatology. I was bored this afternoon so started poking around, and found some interesting references on the subject. (not breaking links as I don't think they'll care) http://dispens
  6. lizziesmom

    Homosexuality and the Bible

    First time I've ever heard of her but I may start following. This message is quite refreshing, especially coming from a minister. http://rachelheldevans.com/blog/literalist-gluttony
  7. MerryHappy

    The Conservative Bible. (Merged)

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/10/0 ... 10037.html Lo and behold, the Bible has gotten too liberal, according to a group of conservatives. And it needs a little editing. That's the inspiration behind the Conservative Bible Project, which seeks to take the text back to its supposed right-wing roots. Yes, even scripture is not orthodox enough for the modern conservative. Not that it's the fault of the author(s), exactly. The group cites a few reasons why the Bible is too progressive: "Lack of precision in the original language ... lack of precision in mode
  8. So, over in "FRC: 'Nothing More Christian' Than Massive Food Stamp Cut" thread Ken Blackwell, a FRC representative, basically said that cutting food stamps and small government was Christian and biblical. I asked him in that thread if he could point me to those bible verses I would appreciate it. However, I'm not holding my breath so I decided to do a bit of research myself! I went to The Google and found "The Biblical Case for Limited Government" from a publication called First Things which I have never heard of before. Their about us says: So, ok then
  9. lizziesmom

    Bible Secrets Revealed

    New series starting on the History Channel on November 11th. I think it looks very interesting. Anyone planning on watching?
  10. So this guy feels good making new Christians into persecuted Christians. I guess he feels if he makes enough Christians all will be right. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/0 ... 46624.html A Colorado-based Christian group is air-dropping Bibles on North Korea. Over the past year, Pastor Eric Foley and his Christian mission group, Seoul USA, have released around 50,000 40-foot homemade, hydrogen-filled balloons outfitted with Bibles and personal testimonials over rural areas of the country, Fox News reports. Bibles are attached to the balloons in a box o
  11. Anxious Girl


    I noticed that most of these Christian fundies confuse Christianity with Bibliolatry aka bibliolater : from Merriam-Webster's site. Most fundies confuse adhering to Christ and worshipping him to adherring to and worshipping the Bible. Particularly fundies like the Tool, the Duggars, Bates, Pearls' and others. They would rather ignore Jesus's teachings and listen to the fire and brimstone history of the OT. Why do you think this is? I personally think that they don't want to listen to the person they want to worship who tells them to obey their country's government, pray in private and
  12. Well, I was thinking it's been a while since I saw what good old Marky Mark was up to and checked his blog I was not disapointed. This is also the same Bible that says rabbits chew their own cud. Yes, totally perfect word of God and apparantly Mary never loved baby Jesus. Link: http://markymarksthoughts.blogspot.be/2013/09/according-to-bible-women-are-incapable.html
  13. FJismyheadship

    Can someone please explain this?

    I have a fundie friend on Facebook. I haven't seen her since she graduated high school, but she pops up on my news feed every so often, and I am pretty sure she uses her Facebook to spread Jesus around. Anyway, this was her status today and I am confused. Paul said if Christ wasn't resurrected then we've wasted our lives. That implies that our life's built around Jesus being alive. When did Paul say that? That is not anything I have ever heard before.
  14. I've been thinking about something that has been bugging me in a way recently... Over 90% of the Christian fundies that we write about follow a version of "King James bible-only" Protestantism. For them it seems that all of the other bible versions, including the Roman Catholic version are strictly "verbotten". Ok then... So how do they explain the way christians worshipped between the 1st century AD and the years when King James had the version of the bible that shares his name translated, in the early XVIIth century ? I don't know if what I'm a
  15. doggie

    Buffet-Style Bible Believers

    It is good that these things are becoming main stream and in peoples faces . http://www.huffingtonpost.com/neale-don ... 74774.html Using the Bible in this way may seem to provide righteous authority to some Southern Baptist churches, most of which are predicted to end their charters with Scouting in the weeks ahead. That could amount to nearly 4,000 Boy Scout troops soon without a sponsor. Richard Land, head of the Southern Baptists' Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, was quoted in the news story mentioned above as saying that "Southern Baptists are going to be leavin
  16. RachelB

    Anybody familiar with Peter Ruckman?

    Until moments ago, when I was reading about various strands of KJV only-ism, I was under the misapprehension that Pensacola's weirdness began and ended with PCC. But that is not the case: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Ruckman (not breaking the wikipedia link) ^ This fellow believes that the 1611 KJV "corrected" mistakes in the Hebrew and Greek manuscripts (by magic! we don't need no stinking scholarship!). He also espouses some really repugnant racist stuff, and some entertainingly weird stuff about aliens. Even some fundies find him alarming, partly because of the
  17. Lady

    A Year of Biblical Womanhood

    rachelheldevans.com/biblical-womanhood/ Has anyone read A Year of Biblical Womanhood? The author decides to live by all gender rules in the bible for a year. She looks at the fundamentalist version of biblical womanhood, talks about the Duggars, Doug Philips, the Pearls and other frequent FJ topics. I'm nearly finished and recommend the book. Here is her blog: rachelheldevans.com/blog/the-abusive-teachings-of-michael-and-debi-pearl
  18. Lady Elaine

    Biblical Rules: Why Do They Matter

    I watched Steve Andersons entire video on head covering. In it he states he believes that once a person is saved they are always saved. He says that he doesn't believe in a works based salvation. Then he goes on to preach about various rules regarding clothing, head covering, hair length, etc. So I posted this comment: "So you don't believe in a works based salvation or that once saved a person can ever lose salvation, correct? So if a person is saved and this is a permanent condition why do all of these rules about hair, clothes, coverings and submission matter? This i
  19. trigger89

    10 Bible Contradictions That Aren't

  20. dairyfreelife

    The Bible has a more respectful view of women

  21. treemom

    The bible club gave treeboy a bible

    Putting this here because while it is not strictly fundie it is an example about how zealotry impacts others. My son is in seventh grade in public school. He is a good student, and well behaved and overall well liked. So far middle school has not been terrible for him. At this school there is a school sponsored bible club which meets outside school hours, but on school property and with a teacher as a sponsor. I am supportive of the existence of this group because I think teenagers transition a lot in faith and sometimes it is nice to have a group like this.
  22. homeschoolmomma1

    How do Fundies explain... Lot's Daughters

    How do Fundies explain parts of the Bible, such as in Genesis when Lot's daughters sleep with him and have 2 sons? I reread that in the Bible and God doesn't seem to be upset by it. They of course got Lot drunk because he never would have slept with his daughters without an altered state. I would love to know from former Fundies. In my short time wanting to be a fundie my kids were too young to read that to
  23. dairyfreelife

    Babies Prove the Bible!

    Gail has decided a study on babies proves the Bible is real. Skinner didn't claim clean slates. He was about the operative conditioning, the Skinner Box. Tabula Rasa or clean slate came from John Locke, but can be traced back to Aristotle. It's the nurture theory, which varies among the debate of nature v nurture. Tabula rasa is entirely nurture. This is a documentary of the study she's talking about. youtube.com/watch?v=w_3RIIxpAJo (don't remember how to link the video) biblelovenotes.blogspot.com/2012
  24. I thought this was an excellent article on the bible. or the books that are the bible. Puts it in a whole other light. When it comes to the Bible, modern Americans are at a distinct disadvantage. They know both too much and too little. They know too much because they live in a society in which references to the Bible -- positive and negative -- are frequent, creating a false sense of familiarity. They know too little because they have not read it, or have read only selected portions of it, or have allowed others to read it for them through the filtering lens of l
  25. debrand

    Philippians 4:8 Gets Misused A Lot

    I was curious, have any of you ever had Philippian 4:8 used against you? Usually, I've heard it used to condemn anyone that does anything that the speaker or writer dislikes. I was curious if there are any bible verses that you've heard/read that are commonly used to disapprove of everything in the same way that Philippians 4:8 is used? Here either Ray Comfort or one of his cohorts tell his followers not to have negative thoughts based on Philippians 4:8 onthebox.us/2012/01/stop-wrong-thinking.html gotquestions.org/secular-music.html My former pastor tried to
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