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I tend to disagree withyour view of Islam.It isnt peaceful.Read the Quran sometime.........I have. It is full war and hate for non-Muslims. Also if I work and make more money than someone else. Well I worked for it.I dont like the government taking it away.
LLIttle <>
TN USA - Saturday, April 27, 2002 at 21:37:17 (PDT)

I have red what you have written concerning Islam:you speak about intolerance,but you have not seen YOUR intolerance.
USA - Thursday, April 25, 2002 at 08:36:15 (PDT)
You Kazars will be exposed once and for all, in time. The truth alway's prevails! The BIG lie will come crashing down like in the 30's! "Those that would call themsewlves Jew, and who are not!" "Their father is satan the devil, and they preach in the synagogue of satan!" One last thing, just why is the aka"Star of David" on the back of a dollar bill, anyway????????????
Michael Renner <>
Cleburne, tx USA - Tuesday, April 23, 2002 at 19:11:23 (PDT)
Dam straight! I agree with everything you are saying. I had to move out of my hometown in Southwest VA away from my family to live in this wasteland of our nation's capitol because there are no jobs back home. I would love to move back but financially can't. Keep up the good work.
Scott Wade <>
Washington DC, USA - Saturday, April 20, 2002 at 10:22:28 (PDT)
I was wondering if you have anything on Pat Roberson and Diamond Mines in Africa (the Congo I Believe) ..I've heard something about it...
Justice <>
St. Louis , MO USA - Friday, April 19, 2002 at 16:35:53 (PDT)
wake up! there will be a rapture. there will be a great tribulation, and there will be hell to pay for those who dont find salvation in Jesus Christ. just because things dont happen according to someones timetable doesnt mean they are not imminent. date setting should be avoided, but preparation should not be postponed. the price is just too high.
derek <>
apple valley, CA USA - Thursday, April 18, 2002 at 23:45:44 (PDT)
Carlitto, glad to hear your message but you might wish to explain why Bristol, Virginia and every school in Southwest Virginia failed the Virginia Standards of Learning Test. Also explain why ING (click here) ranked Tri-Cities almost dead last in the nation on educational attainment. Pretending the problem doesn't exist won't solve anything. What does "faith" have to do with literacy? hey carlitto.. if they educate so well here how come you can't spell strength?
b <acuser of the damned>
bristol, va USA - Wednesday, April 17, 2002 at 07:35:35 (PDT)
I must say, it makes me sad to think that people of such low intellegence live in my hometown. Bristol is a lovely city that certainly believes in equal oppertunities. As a graduate of the public school system, I can say that the best education is offered in the city with the best instructors. The large number of churchs in the area is a wonderful thing; it encourages faith and faith is true strenght.
Carlitto B. <>
Bristol, VA USA - Tuesday, April 16, 2002 at 20:49:41 (PDT)
I came across this site while doing research for a presentation in my WORLD RELIGION class. I found the ideas of rational thinking that deism upholds, a refreshing change from the blind faith that religions teach. However, I dont agree with how libreal this site is, but hey, you all say that everyone has their own personal values.
va USA - Tuesday, April 16, 2002 at 14:11:29 (PDT)
As one who was raised in Bristol and had to leave there in order to obtain employment, I think that some of your evaluations of Bristol are accurate, however, as one who keeps in touch with what is going on there, I think that your attacks on Christianity are not totally accurate and that you, for what may seem to you to be good reasons, place blame for Bristol's problems on Christianity although Christianity has little or nothing to do with Bristol's problems. I do believe in God (as He is perceived by His Jewish and Christian children) and in Jesus Christ as God's risen, living Son and my Lord and Savior. While I do not believe IN evil, I believe that it exists and that it actively opposes God and opposes God's children. It is not God, but, instead, evil which causes the problems of the Bristol area or any other area of the world. You need to realize that the "Evil One", although defeated by what Jesus did for us on the Cross, is nevertheless going to try to do as much damage as possible before the Lord Jesus Christ has him someday permanently sent to Hell (where he will not rule, but will be enternally punished). By the way, if you think what the evil "powers that be" do in Bristol is horrible, you haven't seen anything until you have gone elsewhere in our nation and in the world. People may leave Bristol and get jobs, but, often times, that can be more like "jumping from the frying pan into the fire" in some cases. Well, anyway, I could go on for pages about this, however, no doubt you would not care to read it, so, because of your disinterest, I would simply be wasting bandwith. However,in summary, I do not feel that it is a waste of bandwith to say that one of Bristol's great strengths is it's Christian churches and the local synagogue. Yes, Bristol DOES have problems, and yes, it DOES have ruling elite (some of whom will someday be told by Jesus, at the great seat of judgment, "Depart from me! I never knew you"), however, their real "boss" is not God, but, instead, are the powers of darkness who fight against God. And had it not been for the Jewish and the Christian people who established this nation, this nation would long ago have become an evil empire which would make the Soviet and Chinese Communists and the Nazis look like amateurs and rookies in comparison. In closing, I can only commend God to you and to suggest that you turn to Jesus Christ, beleive in Him and be saved. May God bless and save the Bristol, VA/Bristol, Tennessee area. May God bless and save you, too.
Someone Who Was Raised in Bristol
USA - Monday, April 15, 2002 at 22:09:10 (PDT)
Thanks for the warning. I recently moved into the area from Baltimore-Washington area. I keep hearing the realtors kowtow that Glade Spring is a 'boom' town, but see no evidence of it. I always thought boom towns had growing town centers/town squares. So what is the story with Glade Spring? The town square looks like it's dead. I've read of the annexation issue - same thing other 'towns' are doing to try to look big. I think it's time for me to move on if the people around here are so close-minded. Thanks for the warning. Linda
Linda <>
Glade Spring, VA USA - Saturday, April 13, 2002 at 16:06:24 (PDT)
Kent Torch <>
Jackson, TN, USA - Friday, April 12, 2002 at 14:46:33 (PDT)
Every time I read a letter here that supports religion I am overwhelmed with relief that I was able to accept an athiest life. What a brainwashed, idiotic existance to beleive in this super parent.It is the adult version of a fairy tail. I takes courage to face life and death without a mental crutch.
Brad <>
USA - Thursday, April 11, 2002 at 20:37:15 (PDT)
About your statement on the Jesus tapes. Mark 8:35-37 For whosoever will save his life shall lose it; but whosoever shall lose his life for my sake and the gospel's, the same shall save it. For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul? The point is feeding the soul is our number one priority as Christians. Without the Gospel of Jesus Christ these people would be lost and no amount of food can save their souls. I would rather starve to death and be bound for Heaven than to die a fat rich man and be bound for eternal damnation.
Sam Bullock <>
OH USA - Sunday, April 07, 2002 at 20:58:31 (PDT)
Keep up the good work. Living in the Bible-Belt of the country (South Carolina) everyone takes religion and the bible way too seriously. I get tired of hearing "the bible says it's true", I quit talking like that when I was somewhere around the age of 7. The bible is nothing more than an extremely old book of stories voted to be God's word back in the Common Era by Roman Emperor Constantine the Great (274-337 CE)who was MONEY driven. He found that the BS found within scares people into buying the book. Yeah, sounds like something I would want to invest in....Come on people, why would you follow something so foolish and horrifying? Deism is becoming stronger everyday due people starting to explore there sense of reasoning. God gave us all the sense of reason and most are too scared to explore it because of superstition and myth. I come from a very religious family and what I have shown and talked to them about Deism has them thinking. They all say it makes a lot of since. Like I said before, keep up the good work.
SC USA - Thursday, April 04, 2002 at 22:38:12 (PST)
I'm 17 years old, I have been exploring my faith and for a short time I was wiccan, and then I fell in love with a congregational ministers daughter, I went to church a few times and realized I knew most of the members their from around town, so I began to see the minister on a 1 to 1 basis and decided to be baptized and become a member of the church after countless hours of bible study and learning about christianity.. What I have to say is this, you people make me sick. You think going to church on sunday is going to save you.. you all have another thing coming.. If you choose to believe in christ do so because you believe.. do not pretend to believe in hopes that you will be saved in the end as so many of you do, albeit you may be able to recite I John word for word.. that doesn't mean shit.. If your going to believe, believe because you want to, not because you feel you have to so you won't burn in hell for all eternity.. as for the combses.. well I've said it all, for a minister, a man of god, to do such abominable things, well he's going to burn in hell.. don't let yourselves follow in his footsteps..
Warren, ME USA - Tuesday, April 02, 2002 at 13:20:48 (PST)
This page sucks! You need to get saved before it's too late!
Robert Oliver
Durango, CO USA - Monday, April 01, 2002 at 07:58:49 (PST)
Of all the blarney I have ever heard. Beleive me I know the area. Fortunately my parents were catholic and I was reared in that faith. I lived in Gate City Va., my aunt lived next door to the pious methodist minister Rev. Ferguson, who hurried out before the trash collectors came and tried to hide his booze bottles, unfortunately for him she saw him. Yet as you know in that area Booze is the foundation of all evil, even though some person written about in the bible, added to the wine supply at the wedding party to assure a successful party. Thus it is in that region and thus it will be. I left 30 years ago as a young man and I will only return to Rose Hill, Va., or Knoxville. I will leave the small minded bigots and their god awful way of life. It is funny because they have a helluva surprise coming at the end of their lives.
Rick Stapleton <rcstapleton>
USA - Friday, March 29, 2002 at 15:50:33 (PST)
First, I would like to say that the author of the Hitler and Jesus articles is that you got issues. The way people show how they worship doesn't always conclude how all people of that religion act. I am Baptist, and the message I got from the articles printed is that I am going to go out and do bad things or what the Combs did. I come from a Baptist family and only wish that everyone had a family like my family. They are great, and they put their trust in the Lord. Never have I felt that my church was cooky or weird. I feel for that poor girl, but I sure hope that she doesn't give up faith in the Lord. It is a shame that she got placed with the "few bad apples" out there. Unfortuanantly there are "bad apples" in every bunch whether it be race, gender, or religion. It is not that I don't have sympathy for people, but I hope that the people of the world stop blaming other people for the bad things that have happened to them. When you blame a person or the Lord for what has happened, you just hurt yourself. When you let go of blaming, you feel like a great burden has been lifted off your soul. Unfortuanantly, I know!
TX USA - Wednesday, March 27, 2002 at 08:19:22 (PST)
I stumbled onto this website and am a bit troubled by it. It's unfortunate that you don't get True Christianity. Religion is Man's way to God, while True Christianity is God's way to Man. It's the only way to God through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Stop analyzing the Bible and read it with your heart. You'll be amazed how it will come alive. If you want a Jewish perspective on the Gospel of Jesus Christ start with the Gospel of John, then read the book of Hebrews and then Romans will be totally clear. And remember, Gospel means "Good News" that good news is eternal life through Trust and Faith in Jesus Christ. His complete saving work on the cross, the just died for the unjust. I pray for all visitors to this site that they won't be affected by the herecies posted here. NOTE: If it weren't for that pivotal point in history of the incarnation of God in the person of Jesus Christ, we would not be here, but stuck under a Roman dictatorship. If it weren't for the Christian ethic, there would be no America, but we'd be back in Europe somewhere still in the dark ages. If it weren't for the reformation there would have been no industrial revolution. If it weren't for Christianity there would be no science as we know it, there would be no educational institutions as we know them today. Most socio-economic systems of the West come from the Christian ethic. Think about it. Please pray and ask God for wisdom when you read the Holy Scriptures. For those who seek truth will find it. I was brought up in a religious family and thought that my religion would make be acceptable to God. But I learned that without God free gift of Love I was lost. That gift is eternal life. You don't earn it. But you have to just accept it by faith. It seems too simple but it takes you to start the process and God to complete it. Believe with all your heart and mind that Christ died on the cross for mankind's sin, yours and mine, and that you will have eternal life after you've left this world because of what Jesus did for you. Don't trust in man made religion but what God started. That goes back to the garden of Eden, and through to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and the promise of redemption by God himself. As Passover and Easter approach I pray that all would reflect on the meaning of the Passover and the fulfillment of Easter. From a Truth Seeker who has found the Truth Praise God.
Truth Seeker <>
NY USA - Tuesday, March 26, 2002 at 20:47:45 (PST)
u r all religious fanatics~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
holly virgin mary <jesus's mother@god.kl>
haystack, vt USA - Sunday, March 17, 2002 at 11:13:48 (PST)
I just saw her story last night. Me as a future father I can't see how this was possible by a minister. But dont worry, he WILL answer to god for this. And thats the truth.
nezza <>
USA - Sunday, March 17, 2002 at 08:09:59 (PST)
one more thing: to the mother and her "believers" the TRUTH HURTS and its a shame you must hide behind religion.
ria <>
ca USA - Saturday, March 16, 2002 at 23:15:23 (PST)
I just wanted to say that this story touched my heart. Ester has so much strength and I admire her for that. I went through an abusive childhood with adopted parents also, with the home-schooling and "baptist" perfect family. I also understand how your siblings turn against you and the whole isolotion. You are not alone Esther, I wish you well in life and hope that one day i can help others the way you and I have been helped. Thank you for you story.
"ria" <>
USA - Saturday, March 16, 2002 at 23:00:00 (PST)
i would just like to say this site takes the words out of my mouth, i didn't know about gnosticism or deism, but thanks to my catholic religion teacher, i found out. I've had my suspicions of the Church when i read the Bible and the Nicene Creed and saw a lot of it didn't match up. So this website including a couple links have just proved my suspicions. So I would like to thank you people who run this site
Phaedon Hain <>
Hyattsville, md USA - Thursday, March 14, 2002 at 16:00:44 (PST)
i would just like to say this site takes the words out of my mouth, i didn't know about gnosticism or deism, but thanks to my catholic religion teacher, i found out. I've had my suspicions of the Church when i read the Bible and the Nicene Creed and saw a lot of it didn't match up. So this website including a couple links have just proved my suspicions. So I would like to thank you people who run this site
Phaedon Hain <>
Hyattsville, md USA - Thursday, March 14, 2002 at 15:59:59 (PST)
goodness... i hope your mom didn't think my previous example was a joke! if need be i can give you the date when the story about the guy ran in the herald courier on december 2001.
accuser of the damned
USA - Friday, March 08, 2002 at 20:17:49 (PST)
Wow, it amazes me to no end to see how people can generalize and feed into stereotypes. Most of the stuff you post on this site is highly biased and geared towards casting a bad picture of organized religion. Maybe you should actually attempt to display an unbiased approach if you actually want to gain some credibility, instead of posting a few stupid stories that make organized religions look silly. What about the millions of other people who subscribe to various religions, who aren't as close minded as the people you refer to? I think this site is a joke and you make yourself look stupid when you spew on about things you know nothing about.
Your Mom
USA - Friday, March 08, 2002 at 13:37:35 (PST)
let me tell you all about this place. first of all, i agree with virtually everything you have written on this website. the problem indeed with this place is RELIGION. seemingly it is ok to do whatever one wants here as long as you are dressed in your beautiful people clothes and in your pew on sunday morning. you can sleep with your daughter, cheat on your wife, and bad mouth your neighbor. but you better be in THIS THING called church on sunday morning or you might burn in hell fire! up until last december a GOOD preacher lived here in bristol. he was a preacher...not a Fun Damn Mentalist, but a preacher. the guy actually tried to do a lot of good. he invited people to church, genuinely loved people the way Jesus said to, and preached CHANGE. let me tell you how the locals repayed him. he had to take up substitute teaching to help pay the bills since most of the people he brought to church were the victims of 7 dollar an hour jobs. the locals who are part of ignorance and well versed in church-ology in the area felt threatened and started rumors on him. one of the rumors was how much he "liked young girls." convenient way to destroy someone don't you think? interstingly this allegation came from one of his members as well...a good old boy leader who was married three times, and having an adulterous relationship with the pianist in the church who interstingly was also married. eventually two of the young girls at the school where this preacher substituted claimed he was trying to fondle them. it went to court and was all disspelled as a lie.....but the paper never bothered to print that. the guy had his reputation ruined, his name ruined, and his marriage ruined by some of the locals who just "LOVE JESUS SO MUCH!" even more interesting is that when he was dragged to court, the judge slept through most of the proceedings but found something wrong with the man anyway. amazing huh? i live in this place as well. i have a bachelor's degree, tons of experience, and keep getting offered positions that pay me 6.00 an hour. i won't elaborate on my speculation as to why, i will let you as the reader attempt to put 2 and 2 together. a great place to live? yeah, if you're a narrow minded and biggoted fundy! this place looks good on the surface until you expose the evil aristocracy at work in it. people need to wake up who live in this place and stop buying into all the lies that are propogated by narrow minded non-thinking idiots who got where they are because they kissed someone's ass or KNEW somebody (usually even in the biblical sense). a great place to live?? maybe on the surface....better dig deeper down babe!
accuser of the damned
USA - Thursday, March 07, 2002 at 17:09:09 (PST)
Exceptional detail. Tons of content. Intellegent, articulate. Love your pets. Have five felines of my own, and would have a dog or two if I owned the land I rent (or if I rented much, much more). Suggestion: I don't have much spare time but do enjoy returning to your site. A "Last Updated on [date]" would be helpful. (Unless you already do, in which case pardon my ignorance/oversight)
Reno, NV USA - Thursday, March 07, 2002 at 09:17:03 (PST)
Thanks for your site. Perhaps unfortunately for you it doesn't tell me that there is righteous side to religions but it convinces me more and more that religions are intrinsically evil and pose an enormous threat to the future of mankind. I sincerely hope that the world will wake up in time before religions have destroyed it by making people hate and kill eachother. Please help us all and open your heart for realism
Waldo Wolff <>
Haarlem, Netherlands - Monday, March 04, 2002 at 07:41:52 (PST)
Its time to fight Fundamentalist Ignorant Religious Extremism with Freedom Intelligence Rationality and Energy.
Steve <>
Harlow, UK - Monday, March 04, 2002 at 02:20:55 (PST)
One must be careful not to 'broad brush.' Fundamentalist are often exclusive from other protestants. I am Libertarian, strong centrist, and am for morality in society, part of that morality is a respect for pluralism, which I hold as sacred. It must be remembered fundamentalist are hopelessly divided among them selves, while that is the case, they are not a threat to society. 'All' in their political agenda has failed, period. The bark is loud, but the bite is weak.
Len Kloth <>
Yucaipa, Ca USA - Saturday, February 23, 2002 at 10:46:42 (PST)
I think this is a very interesting sight. There are too many people out there who need to be more open minded and think for themselves. for the most part religeons have the right idea but its the "our religeon is right, not yours!" attitude bringing this great country and the world to its knees
mary kohrs <>
MI USA - Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 13:42:08 (PST)
Hi there: I visited your website today and I do like it. I think it would be good for group study actually. I like your website because a lot of what is said on it resonates deep within me. Not totally all of what is said, but a lot of what is said. Especially the pages about the Bible. Maybe I am sort of Deist myself. Well anyway, very good website and love the pages on The Gnostic Gospels, Elaine Pagels etc. Blessings, Debbie Flork:)
Debbie Flork <>
Graham, WA USA - Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 04:32:40 (PST)
I'm glad to see the right to inbreed is still going on in southern Va. How in the hell can you have a cop (God complexes with guns) outside of a drunken bar controlling people with their country line dancing? Just move, there's no work down there anyways or education. Do you guys still have 28k modems still working? Unplug them, your slowing up the rest of the country! At any rate, Your town needs to take up voting and vote the little dick fucker making up the laws as he goes along out of office. There's my 2 it or leave it! Matt
Matt Coimbra <>
Dale City, Va USA - Sunday, February 17, 2002 at 14:35:36 (PST)
I have put together a clergy crime site called "List Of Clergy Crimes." I will be adding this baptist "preacher" to my list of shame. URL to my site:
USA - Saturday, February 16, 2002 at 17:21:13 (PST)
Thank you for your exposing the cult of Dispensationalism.
Se´┐Żn D. Mac an Airchinnigh <>
USA - Thursday, February 14, 2002 at 16:28:33 (PST)
Stumbled onto you site from alt.politics.rightgrrl. Excellent research. I have to aree with your view on religion (at least, I would have to go away and read for a couple of months before I would pick you up on what you have said :-). You omitted going into any depth on Gnostic Christianity (which, if you had would have distracted from your keypoints), but for those who are interested, I found this site well researched and produced. My philosophy : It's a very very very small planet in a very very very big universe, so why are we .....? (fill in the blank)
David Bosankoe <>
Bristol, UK - Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 18:35:19 (PST)
Excellent work.
Don <>
Rapid City, SD USA - Monday, February 11, 2002 at 12:48:37 (PST)
BRAVO! Sites like yours helps me keep my trust in the USA and realize that all Americans aren't whackos (I live in the Bible Belt). Anyway, what does fundamental Christianity have to do with Jesus? I could write a book on that. It's all about worship of the Bible and Paul, not Jesus. I'm hoping all the fundies are just loud mouths, and I thank God for the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Kathy <>
USA - Saturday, February 09, 2002 at 19:00:58 (PST)
I came across your website while I was checking out anti-missionary sites. It is very interesting. You might check out where Rabbi Tovia Singer answers any and all questions about the bible and the discrepancies and mistranslations that are found there. Shalom and good luck, Dafna P.S. Gun control should be strictly enforced, but that is my political opinion, not a religious one.
Dafna Yee <>
Plano, TX USA - Wednesday, February 06, 2002 at 00:13:22 (PST)
Thank you so much for your comprehensive overview of "The Enlightenment." I am a college student who is seeking good basic information as a basis writing a paper on how the Enlightenment articulates into modern society. Again, thanks. jbw
Jamie <>
Orlando, FL USA - Sunday, February 03, 2002 at 08:48:11 (PST)
Soon you vile liberals will have ONE chance to accept JESUS. GW BUSH will soon have the entire nation on its knees for JESUS!
Judy O'Christian <>
Freehold, IA USA - Friday, February 01, 2002 at 15:19:57 (PST)
I have just come across this site and am just gobsmacked. OK, we hear about this sort of thing ie fundamentalism and the arguements against but is it truly real? It's like entering another universe to see stuff like this taken seriously. OK, Americans aren't famous for their sense of humour or irony but come on, guys, this is America taking the piss, yes? You don't really have people taking religioun and all its superstition so seriously? Apart from anything else, how the hell can these people be pro-mosaic-law and anti-judaism? I'd say 'cheers' and have another drink but I dare say that's a hannging offence as well. A baffled and somewhat shell-shocked Brit bids you adieu.
Great Britain - Thursday, January 31, 2002 at 06:34:51 (PST)