Guestbook Archive 2 of 9

In all cases I reserve the right to respond or clarify an issue. Any form of SPAM will be removed. A great site regarding an even greater spot in the world. Cheers,
USA - Friday, February 21, 2003 at 13:27:13 (PST)

I haven't heard from you in a while brother - hope to hear from you soon
Ghalib <>
Misr - Thursday, February 20, 2003 at 11:18:30 (PST)
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USA - Thursday, February 20, 2003 at 08:45:46 (PST)
its indeed unfortunate to see so many ignorant people who will go on to say everything without knowing anything about islam....ive gone thru a couple of ur articles as well as on the other sites and they are not based on knowledge but rather because of lack of analysis...And i request you to write to me because one of the things Allah (SWT) will hold us muslims accountable for is that whether we were able to send the correct message of islam to those who did not know. or u can give me ur email address so that i can reply to some of your articles. Blessings.
Sara Ali <>
USA - Saturday, February 15, 2003 at 04:01:06 (PST)
I don't understand how you completely reject Jesus, prophesy or anything of the kind and explain it away logically, while still retaining a belief in god. If you follow through your logic, then isn't it intellectually dishonest to then believe in an imaginary being, isn't that as incredible as the belief in Jesus Christ as Savior? You shoot down every religious belief as foolishness while retaining a belief in an imaginary being who watches us, now that is foolish. I'm not saying I'm atheist but come on, all of your arguments against Christianity, Islam or even Judaism (which by the way you hardly made any real critiques of the Torah) make more sense of you were an atheist. God should seem to you as just another addiction - according to your logic.
G. A. <>
San Diego, CA USA - Tuesday, February 11, 2003 at 16:01:48 (PST)
visions of russia attacking america, the anti-christ and his mark, upcoming iraq nuclear war and more-america in the bible on page two
bob <>
indpsl, in USA - Monday, February 10, 2003 at 13:10:19 (PST)
put big light on cos im on t'internet!
USA - Saturday, February 08, 2003 at 15:30:30 (PST)
Web site nicely crafted
Samantha Williams <>
USA, none USA - Saturday, February 08, 2003 at 10:09:20 (PST)
Super, super site!!
Marcia DeMuro <>
Walden, NY USA - Saturday, February 08, 2003 at 09:37:59 (PST)
Willie is a great teacher and 100% right!
Sean Millar <>
Dublin, Ireland - Friday, February 07, 2003 at 13:20:04 (PST)
I agree 100% with your assessment of the original sin doctrine. It is nothing but a built in excuse for sinful behavior! Link to "We are not born sinners"
USA - Friday, February 07, 2003 at 06:35:45 (PST)
well done, thus far-my eyeballs are floating the tidepools of my yawns..bookmarked for future reading pleasure! thank you for sharing! (must disappear with cats for nap now.)
ms fayi <>
baltimore, md USA - Thursday, February 06, 2003 at 21:35:31 (PST)
hai..yanam politics are too much is headache to everyone..let malladi resign, we will keep his pydikondala flag at yanam..under malladi head p.v.babu, 61, heigham road, eastham, london
venkanna babu pydikondala <>
12 U.k - Monday, February 03, 2003 at 09:11:01 (PST)
Feb.2,03 Dear Rashid, What is an "Islamic terrorist"? To me this is an oxymoron. You used this term in the black text at the bottom of your webpage. In Islam, terrorism is completely haram. I would like to say that any Muslim who practices it is an apostate--completely outside of Islam--but only Allah knows for sure. I'm sure you've heard of "subliminal messages" in advertising. One phrase--"Islamic terrorists" will feed the furor in people's minds--the furor you are trying to fight. Please remove it from your text. Thank you. S. Allan
Saliha Allan <>
Des Plaines, IL USA - Sunday, February 02, 2003 at 09:39:39 (PST)
Cherokee, and Cherokee connections, creole, near white, white and black genealogy and more, including Golden Hawk Sizemore of the Chickamauga Cherokee, joining other Cherokee in Kentucky from Sullivan and Hawkins Counties areas of Upper East Tennessee and Southern Appalachia, in Boone Era of the region.
Cherokee Council of America <>
Charlotte, NC USA - Saturday, February 01, 2003 at 13:24:11 (PST)
Seems ti be some conflicts. Seems simpler "The Lord is One" Deuteronomy 6:4 YOU CAN CEASE TO DO EVIL:: "Though you pray at length, I will not listen. Your hands are stained with crime-Wash yourselves clean; Put your evil doings away from my sight. Cease to do evil; Learn to do good. Devote yourselves to justice; Aid the wronged. Uphold the rights of the orphan; Defend the cause of the widow...." Isaiah 1:15-17 Can it get any clearer than that????????
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Riverside, ca USA - Wednesday, January 29, 2003 at 00:22:35 (PST)
What a bunch of bull your page on Pound, Virginia is! Religion or fundamentalism has nothing to do with it. Elam wouldn't buy a dance hall license because he couldn't pass the building inspection. Part of this build extends out over the Indian Creek River and needs to be reinforced. Since all this uproar started (over nothing), there have been arrests there for drugs and fighting. Do the world a favor and delete your entire page! k
USA - Sunday, January 26, 2003 at 16:37:46 (PST)
I think white supremacy is a good thing. I also think that Kane was the first black person. The south will rise again.
cary, NC USA - Saturday, January 25, 2003 at 12:25:37 (PST)
Found your site when I Googled 'dominion reconstructinist christianity'. Quite a nice collection of frightening and enlightening articles you have. Watching these addle-pated fundies fulminate and plot the downfall of our country frightens me to no end. Please keep up the good work. You've been bookmarked in my 'intelligent life' folder for future perusal.
USA - Saturday, January 25, 2003 at 11:57:56 (PST)
The article that has been written on the faults of Democracy is insanity. Your speaking out against something that you have conflict with. You have conflict because you feel that it creates sin. You are speaking for a god that has never told you anything. God has never spoken to you , therefore, you do not understand what his desires are. You're giving in to slavery of the mind, yet simultaneously releasing your born freedom of thought and opinionated reaction. If god and creation have been affected by Democracy, than god has been affected by these statements and the technology that came from the will of the masses that allows you and I to express these statements. You're using your democratic freedom, hence, you are sinning against your own interpretation of an all powerful being. So, if there is a hell, I'll see ya there.
USA - Wednesday, January 22, 2003 at 10:40:34 (PST)
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Europe - Wednesday, January 22, 2003 at 07:26:09 (PST)
God bless you from Sullivan County!
John Smith <>
Kingsport, TN USA - Sunday, January 19, 2003 at 17:05:20 (PST)
Very Interesting.....
Andra Stone <>
Houston, TX USA - Sunday, January 12, 2003 at 10:20:50 (PST)
Wow, I lived in Bristol before the speedway was even there.I have been around the world twice in the Army and I thought such places as you are describing were gone for ever. What a relief to find that it is not true. You say the people of Sullivan county are even giving the LDS Culitsts a bad time, well Praise The Lord. My next vacation will be to my old home town to see if things are as good as you say, or if you are just a bunch of Damn Yankees that came south to rip us off again and are whining. Thank you Charles R. Reeves II SIPTN
Charles R. Reeves II <>
Stagecoach, NV USA - Thursday, January 09, 2003 at 23:49:44 (PST)
WHY do people who believe in one thing continually try to persuade others? As long as people know where their nearest church/synagogue/temple/mosque is, and that they are always welcome, shouldnt that be enough?! Trying to persuade contiually and to enforce whatever belief it is they have just makes them more unpopular!
uk - Thursday, January 09, 2003 at 11:47:59 (PST)
John 14:7 "I am the way, the truth and the Life. No one enters the kingdom but through me. If you really knew me, you would know my Father as well. From now on, you do know him and have seen him." -Jesus Christ, Son of God It is sad, you sit here all smug leading people away from the only Truth. You will by, by your own condemnation for what you do. I dare ANYONE to take a look at the site.Nobody here is arguing God, just the twisted some come up with.
Read the Bible
USA - Wednesday, January 08, 2003 at 06:34:41 (PST)
RE: UPC post (Trisha-below this one) The UPC are made up of mostly sincere people who really love the Lord. However, their doctrine lacks biblical scholarship. They distort the message of GRACE by tacking on a series of "steps" as the "road" towards "salvation." EG: rules that women shouldn't ever cut their hair, that men shouldn't wear beards, that you are a second class Christian if you don't speak in tongues, that you can lose your salvation if you violate a whole series of other rules. That is LEGALISM--not GRACE. They adhere to unorthodox Christian doctrines such as Modalism, wherein they deny the separate existance of Jesus as the Son, and the Holy Spirit as a personality. They believe that God the Father took on a shell-body (Jesus) and completely ignore/distort those passages where Jesus is "seated next to the Father" in heaven. On a positive note, the UPC has traditionally produced some of the most moving spiritual music of any denomination. Perhaps this is because they are such an emotionally charged group. Perhaps their most critical error lies in the interpretation of the Spiritual based upon the Physical manifestations like speaking in tongues, prophesying, and a host of other "cultic" activities. Most UPC church services are either singing, emotional outbust of all sorts, motivational "preaching" void of expository content from scriptures. It always amazes me how little actual Scripture these people know, but given they spend so little time teaching the Bible, not surprising. Tommy Tenny is supossedly one of their "stars" and is a very popular preacher/writer amongst their circuit. Just pick up one of his books and you will find some of the most incredible stories of miracles and supernatural recounts ever told. Read some of the titles from their Aflame Press like "How to Get Miracles" and all the while I wonder, why in the over 22 hospitals that I have been around in over 25 years, never once did I ever hear of see any of these miracles occur? Oh yes, of course, the sick had little faith. Yeah. Sure.
andy <>
Dallas, TX USA - Tuesday, January 07, 2003 at 22:35:48 (PST)
I read the article on a man's experience. It's prejudice to judge all of the UPC organization by one experience. That's the same as a black man stealing from you, and then you hate all black people. Yes, it was wrong what happened, but the United Pentecostal Church as a whole is not like that. It's not their problem that they preach the whole truth, not matter what people want to hear.
USA - Tuesday, January 07, 2003 at 02:33:14 (PST)
In His Name, may Blessings Befall Thee Amen
The Reverend Forrest EAmes III <>
Unity, ME USA - Sunday, January 05, 2003 at 16:50:32 (PST)
Why are we planning on going to war with Iraq ( Like your site, bookmarked it - lots of reading to do. Hope my site will someday be as good as yours.
Roger <>
Oklahoma City, OK USA - Sunday, January 05, 2003 at 09:58:02 (PST)
This is super! Much faster loading. I periodically go through the pages and re-discover things that are important to me. Happy new year to everyone seeing this message! - - Bob
South-West Germany - Saturday, January 04, 2003 at 10:15:15 (PST)
Happy New Year! Tired of unchanged resolutions? Jesus Christ is the only way. "Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!" 2 Corinthians 5: 17 NIV. Romans 3:23 NIV says "for ALL have sinned and fall short of the glory of God". "God will give to each person according to what he has done. To those who by persistence in doing good seek glory, honor and immortality, he will give eternal life. But for those who are self-seeking and who reject the truth and follow evil, there will be wrath and anger. There will be trouble and distress for every human being who does evil. "Romans 2:6-9NIV. The Son of Man will send out his angels, and they will weed out of his kingdom everything that causes sin and all who do evil. They will throw them into the fiery furnace, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.Matthew 13:41-42 NIV. HOWEVER, THE GOOD NEWS! John 3:16 says God loves us so much that he gave his only son so that we may have eternal life. " ...If you confess with your mouth, 'Jesus is Lord,' and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you confess and are saved." Romans 6:23 NIV"For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord" Romans 10:9-10 NIV. "If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness."1 John 1:9 NIV. Have you accepted Jesus Christ as your personal savior?
USA - Saturday, January 04, 2003 at 06:25:04 (PST)
To concerned citizen,

I have no idea what you are talking about with your brother. This website doesn't deal with children born out of wedlock except as a social stat. As usual you aren't fussing about what I present is/isn't true, just pissed-off it got presented. Your solution is the typical solution for everything in Bristol in regards to poverty and political corruption, move out.

As for a "mockery," much of what I present is right out of the local newspapers, that is what they and fellow citizens are saying. Perhaps they should move out as well. Considering our huge population losses of those under 40, it seems many have taken your advice.

So go enjoy your prom and afterwords make a career out of flipping the famous Bristol Burger (with no beef) and after a while you will move unless you know somebody that will get you a high-paying government job. Best of luck, you'll need it.
Lewis <>
Bristol, VA USA - Thursday, January 02, 2003 at 21:15:45 (PST)

I was looking for prom dresses and I found your site. I find this site very very upsetting and I think that you need to sit down and read what you have wrote. I live here in Bristol and to know that someone like the creator of this website is lurking somewhere in my town really scares me. I may not be so concerned with some of the other things people are but the thing that bothered me was what was said about illegitmate children. I have a brother who was born out of wedlock as a matter of fact he was the result of an affair. He can not help that my father made a mistake and he should not be punished for that. You are making a mockery out of the state that you live in. If you don't like, GET OUT!! You have the right to your opinion but you don't have a right to be upsetting this many people! YOu are truly a sicko and you should be be ashamed of what you have written. I wonder how many illegimate children have read this and possibly been driven crazy by it. It is bad enough that their friends might make fun of them because they have no idea who their mother or father is, but a stranger? Someone really needs to grow up!
A Concerned citizen
Bristol, TN USA - Thursday, January 02, 2003 at 19:46:18 (PST)
Have you ever seen an eagle soar? It glides to effortlessly on what you can not see. It's sad you will never experience this. It is a Glorious feeling. It's also a shame that you have a website based on lies and hearsay. Anyone that really believes this trite is obviously severaly mislead by fools. The Truth will set you free.
Isa. 40:31
USA - Wednesday, January 01, 2003 at 10:56:37 (PST)
Loved your Christian Confusion On End-Times Nonsense page. I added it to a links page on my site. I'll have to study your site more in depth. My the looks of your guest page, you are doing some good.
Bill Kalivas <>
USA - Wednesday, January 01, 2003 at 05:43:41 (PST)
Peace in the name of Jesus Christ. Have you accepted Jesus Christ as your personal savior? John 3:16 says God loves us so much that he gave his only son so that we may have eternal life. " ...If you confess with your mouth, 'Jesus is Lord,' and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you confess and are saved." Romans 3:23 NIV says "for ALL have sinned and fall short of the glory of God".Romans 6:23 NIV"For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord" Romans 10:9-10 NIV. "If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness."1 John 1:9 NIV. "...'Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. ' " Acts 2:56 NIV. "God will give to each person according to what he has done. To those who by persistence in doing good seek glory, honor and immortality, he will give eternal life. But for those who are self-seeking and who reject the truth and follow evil, there will be wrath and anger. There will be trouble and distress for every human being who does evil. "Romans 2:6-9NIV.
UK - Saturday, December 28, 2002 at 16:53:04 (PST)
Hello, I found you at Altavista. You have wealth of information on your site and a nice design. Greetings from Germany - Paul
Germany - Saturday, December 28, 2002 at 08:08:51 (PST)
Facinating site, I spent hours here,
Riverside, USA - Tuesday, December 24, 2002 at 23:36:37 (PST)
Facinating site, I spent hours here
Riverside, USA - Tuesday, December 24, 2002 at 23:35:55 (PST)
I enjoyed my visit. Greetings from Olga Katzen -
Europe - Tuesday, December 24, 2002 at 01:42:18 (PST)
just a correction... christmas isn't a religious celebration.. christians turned it into one.. have you not heard of saint nicholas?.. if not.. i suggest you look into it. there are a lot of things that christians claim that are "theirs".. which in fact they took tradition.. altered it.. then couple years down the track there's a whole religious meaning behind it. fare thee well

.., .. USA - Friday, December 20, 2002 at 05:09:29 (PST)
I visited your website for a research paper concerning my english class and may I say I was very shocked when I came across the part "Even Jesus Was Against School Prayer". I am sorry, but I beleive you misinterpreted those verses of scripture that you quoted. There is a difference between hypocricies and honest prayer for the only one and true God to protect and keep us another day. Perhaps you should consider your misunderstanding before you make statements that are of your own opinion. "In God we trust" is printed on every piece of money here in the United States, perhaps the United States is being hypocritical about their own statement. Just a little food for thought. Thanks for your thoughts but you are confused on several issues. Prayer was never taken from schools, just state sponsored prayer. Second, this "In God we trust" was put on the currency in the 1950's for political reasons. Third, Jesus said in Matthew 6:5 don't turn the faith into a spectacle. What is it you don't understand? Reducing God to a political position or a sideshows on national television only hurts the faith.Click here for more on this.
Heather Herald <>
USA - Thursday, December 19, 2002 at 15:20:29 (PST)
WOW! All these religios right-wing christian fundamentalist types are an embaraasment to your nation, and they give out a terrible image to foreigners, there are reasons why america is the most hated country in the world( its not just the middle east, 85% of canadians think the US was partly to blame for 11/9/01) Unfortunately for you, one of these lunatics is president(though unelected). The difference between extreme islamic nations( where they distort the words of the Quran), and the US is that in the US there are fewer important people in power, many extreme christians would have no problem bombing iraq or india or indonesia just because most people there arent christian, these lunatics need to be stopped now! The US is the most powerful nation on earth and it is scary enough having bush as its president, stop them now!!(JUST BECAUSE YOU ARNT CHRISTIAN, DOESNT MEAN YOU HAVE NO MORALS!)
Andrew McCarthy
Carlisle, Great Britain - Wednesday, December 18, 2002 at 13:39:14 (PST)
It is very sad that you will never experience true Joy. It's truly sad that you will never understand the Truth. You never experience the true meaning of Christmas or the Joy of it. The saddest part is what you are condemning yourself to.
God's Word
USA - Sunday, December 15, 2002 at 21:50:44 (PST)
As a Messianic Jew, I am apauled by your ignorance and lack of understanding. Your page on the Protestant reformation is Hypocritical and your page on Judaism is uninteligent babble. It is not your place to judge man for that is reserved for the Most High, who can do a much better job than you. This site severely hinders the Universal Church through stygmaticism and ignorance. Shalom You are not a Jew or a Rabbi. You are a Protestant Christian running around pretending to be a Jew. If you believe Jesus is anything other than a man, you are a Christian. To be a Jew means to follow Judaism which obviously you have no knowledge of being a Protestant Christian. Why are you unwilling to admit you are a Christian? There really are decent Christians that have nothing to be ashamed of.
Rabbi Yarden
Outreach Judaism
USA - Friday, December 13, 2002 at 01:14:34 (PST)
My favorite verses of the Koran [4.34] Men are the maintainers of women because Allah has made some of them to excel others and because they spend out of their property; the good women are therefore obedient, guarding the unseen as Allah has guarded; and (as to) those on whose part you fear desertion, admonish them, and leave them alone in the sleeping-places and beat them; then if they obey you, do not seek a way against them; surely Allah is High, Great. [4.89] They desire that you should disbelieve as they have disbelieved, so that you might be (all) alike; therefore take not from among them friends until they fly (their homes) in Allah's way; but if they turn back, then seize them and kill them wherever you find them, and take not from among them a friend or a helper [4.91] You will find others who desire that they should be safe from you and secure from their own people; as often as they are sent back to the mischief they get thrown into it headlong; therefore if they do not withdraw from you, and (do not) offer you peace and restrain their hands, then seize them and kill them wherever you find them; and against these We have a clear authority.
USA - Tuesday, December 10, 2002 at 12:53:29 (PST)
Keep up this great resource. I bookmark your site, best greetings, Heim Arbeit -
Germany - Tuesday, December 10, 2002 at 12:09:10 (PST)
Thank you for making my speeches part of your site Lewis: It's an honor for all Muslims - The weak will fall and Islam will rise, have you checked the world population and the number of converts....Go ahead and do that and look at Christianty as it should be, in a thousand sects, Islam has, is and will again Rule this World, Allah's world, not a murdering impious western hell
Ghalib Thanks Ghalib.
Misr - Tuesday, December 10, 2002 at 08:24:38 (PST)
I think a cult is the dumbest thing. Hatred is bad! You all are going to hell for participating in this shit!!!
you ALL Suck <>
Los Angelas, CA USA - Wednesday, December 04, 2002 at 14:35:33 (PST)
i like this site, very intesting..if i find this this site creator, i like pop my upangal, i people make music in nights after consuming alcohal...
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london, USA - Wednesday, December 04, 2002 at 10:04:48 (PST)
Response to Jonathan Pelagius was not officially a monk, but was often referred to as a monk. Here is a quote from a judgement by the Synod of Diospolis, in 415 AD, before which Pelagius had been arraigned, on charges of heresy: 'Now since we have received satisfaction in respect of the charges brought against the monk Pelagius in his presence and since he gives his assent to sound doctrines but condemns and anathematises those contrary to the faith of the Church, we adjudge him to belong to the communion of the Catholic Church' Quite clearly the church itself referred to Pelagius as a monk. (In this case, Pelagius was acquitted.) Also, this quote from the Catholic Encyclopedia 'Though a monk and consequently devoted to practical asceticism, he never was a cleric; for both Orosius and Pope Zosimus simply call him a "layman". So, calling him a monk ain't such a crime. Nature of man - pelagius rejected the idea of original sin, and believed in free will. Rejecting original sin does seem to be a view in accordance with the idea that he though man was inherently good. Pelagius also said 'you ought to measure the good of human nature by reference to its Creator". This implies the innate goodness of man because God created him in His image and likeness. So I don't think is is unreasonable to assert that Pelagius viewed tended toward inherent goodness, rather than inherent badness. It is true that Pelagius didn't reject the Trinity - in fact there is more evidence to show he actually supported it, so maybe Lewis should modify his Pelagian entry accordingly :-) As for Servetus it is pretty clear that Calvin was indeed responsible for his death, or certainly instrumental in it. Whilst Calvin was not actually the 'official ruler' of Geneva the idea that he did not have considerable power and influence is even more misleading, because clearly he did. And burning someone at the stake for their religious beliefs is by any modern definition 'murder'. As for Augustine, he was cleary influenced by plato - 'Augustine gradually became acquainted with Christian doctrine, and in his mind the fusion of Platonic philosophy with revealed dogmas was taking place'- from the catholic encycolpedia. Although later he moved on from platonism, and neo-platonism, it is nevertheless true that Plotinus, the neo-platonist, living 200 years or so before Augustine, propounded the view that there were 3 gods (father, Maker, World) though he didn't combine them into a 3 in one trinity idea. So, the idea that the Trinity was influenced by Platonism, of which Augustine was well versed, is not so unreasonable, nor are attempts to trace the pagan origins of the Trinity as there are plenty example of similar trinities, from egypt to India. As for your pop at this site for being too anti-calvinist and also too influenced by Puritanism, plus being american, and incapable of informed debate - well, that's just insulting. Still, at least its better than simple death-threats like the last 2 entries after yours eh!! Cheers all :-)
Jamie Thomson
London, UK - Tuesday, December 03, 2002 at 08:28:49 (PST)
USA - Tuesday, December 03, 2002 at 07:58:49 (PST)
and pigs like you are the ones we will first visit, those who pay to have our image lied about...You wouldn't have the balls to give me your address and country would you lewis?
If you pigs Cannot see the peaceful side of Islam, then you will sadly see the Jihad sid....I've talked to the author of this site and showed him exactly what Islam is, he knows what it is, he knows how it works, he knows the truth yet he still hides it....That is fine, you cannot hide when Islam comes through, which it will, and christians, americans, jews and everyone else knows that thier country is gone, eaten up by thier own ways, come one Lewis, add a response to this entry, a response about the violence of Islam but if you do that, then don't forget to show me the people on your side who are fighting for what they believe, wether american or anyone, show me who is fighting for your side....And it must be more than 100 or so.... View my response...
Al-Intashar Is Movement From Cairo, Egypt <>
Egypt - Sunday, December 01, 2002 at 06:11:39 (PST)
Two things: first, misspelled websites with poor grammar look very unprofessional and detract from the information they present. Second, a lot of your information is quite wrong. For example, Pelagius was not a monk, and he did not think that human beings are basically good. On the contrary, he thought that far more people would go to hell that Augustine did. If Pelagius had "won", the church would be a very small society of monks. Pelagius never denied the Trinity, and whilst Augustine's Trinitarianism wasn't biblical, it wasn't pagan either. There is a huge gulf between Plotinus and Augustine, and to call Plato the father of the Christian doctrine of the Trinity is pure intellectual laziness. You might as well call Moses the father of Roman law. You are working with intellectual categories and false dichotomies from the eighteenth century, and you seriously need to get an update from modern shcolarship. I suspect that you have never read Augustine, except for negatively presented excerpts, and I'm sure that you have never read Calvin, who was neither a murderer nor a tyrant - he never ran Geneva, and was not responsible for the death of Servetus. There is some truth in the points you make, but they are so intermingled with polemic and distortion that your website is as biased as those you oppose. You may disagree with Augustine's theology, but calling it evil is just ridiculous. I am not a Christian of any kind, but I am a theologian, and you need to have a look at a few works of proper scholarship on these subjects. I find it very frustrating to research these things on the Internet and just find sites like this, which are invariably American. Why do Americans seem to be so incapable of reasoned, informed debate, on whatever side they may be? This is what happens when you let Puritans found a country... thank God we chucked them out! ;-)
Jonathan <>
London, UK - Sunday, December 01, 2002 at 05:21:59 (PST)
I am what one would consider a native of Bristol, T.N. I moved there when I was seven, was educated in the Bristol Tennessee City school system. I must say this sight is a eye-opener. I was forced to move to Ohio due to the lack of jobs, the low paying wages, and general lack of progress. Still in my heart I love Bristol. It's city govenment is corrupt, and not getting better. The town trys to crush any new or wage paying company that comes to town. I knew this before I left. I have many, many friends that still live there and cannot find jobs that pay enough to live. The area needs help and it makes me bleed at the heart. The fundimental Christian right of Bristol is living in the stone-age. People are suffering for it. My wife and I always said if we become rich we will buy the First Christian Chruch on the hill on East State Street below the cemetary Ivan is buried in, and make it a TEMPLE OF ISIS! After a good cleansing first. Up with Bristol and DOWN with the real trash that has ruined this town. Goddess Bless.
Otis G. Vinson <>
Reynoldsburg, OH USA - Friday, November 29, 2002 at 20:50:37 (PST)
A Coptic asked me He said "Why did you take our soil?" And I tell him, "Don't speak Until you've read your own bible" "Does it tell you to fight me?" "Does it even let you fight me?" A mad Jew kicks me He says "Get the hell off my soil!!" And I tell him, "I will If you read me your Bible" "Does it tell you that you're cursed?" "Or does it say things even much worst?" A West man hates me He says, "You are nothing but pagans!!" But I warn him, "Don't talk Until you've opened God's pages" "You know not even how to walk" "Yet your mouth, it dares to talk" A Christian hates me She says, "Islam is simply oppression!!" But I ask her, "Have you Read the bible's divorce section?" "Does it not make you a whore?" "Or does it even dare to say more?" An American asks me He says, "Why do you hate my kind?" But I tell him, "Your people Are blessed, but many are blind" "Do you not spend to end us?" "With your Israeli agendas?" The American asks me He says, "Why else do you hate my kin?" And I tell him, "Your people Do give, but also spend on sin" "Is Cable not the second grand?" "Moneymaking sin from the American hand?" "Is gambling not the third prime?" "Moneymaking sin from your kind?" "Is alcohol not the forth great?" "Sin where your dollars meets it fate?" *(Lou and Dobbs CNN Statistics of American money spending 2001-2002) A woman asks me She says, "Why do you see men leading?" And I ask her, "Are women Not those who monthly are bleeding?" "Can you go to work with a smile?" "While your stomach carries a child?" And we’ll always say: If you touch a hair on our heads Then we'll surely cut off your heads So dig the holes for your dead For your homes will be with the worms If you touch or look at our women Then in pools of blood you’ll be swimming And the worms will feast on your health While we feast on your wealth If you sell your sin to my son Then you'll see the deaths of your sons And your world will turn to disaster The maggots of Satan your master If you sleep with our enemies Then you yourself are an enemy You seek to deceive your own Can you deceive a hundred impending stones?

Click here to view my response This is what life is like under Islamism. Ghalib may not hate Copts but somebody does.
-Al-Intashar is a Movement From Cairo Egypt- <This Is An Al-Intashar Poetic Writing By Ghalib Osman" This Is An Al-Intashar Poetic Writing By Ghalib Osman>
Egypt - Thursday, November 21, 2002 at 10:43:44 (PST)

Just because some religions are very strict on such things doesn't mean that the all are. Religion is man made. There is only one truth, that is the Bible, of which many religions do base their religion on. I am a non-denomination christian. I beleive it is okay to dance on a Saturday night. I also believe it is okay to have a gun, and I believe that Jesus Christ came down to save me and take aways my sins. You decide what is right for you, not preachers, read what the Bible says, and don't go against it.
USA - Thursday, November 21, 2002 at 09:25:59 (PST)
BTW You have a cool site.Anyone who hates what the fundies are doing to this country AND likes cats is OK in my book!:)
Delilah Hart <>
North Little Rock, AR USA - Wednesday, November 20, 2002 at 08:35:34 (PST)
Another thing that annoys me is how many fundies insist that there should be a "moment of silence" in the schools.If Christians or other theists want so badly for their kids to pray before beginning their studies,perhaps they should have their kids recite a prayer before boarding the school bus.Also,as much as many fundies would like for us to believe that students are barred from practicing their faith in the public schools,it is simply not the case.The Supreme Court has decided that it is perfectly acceptable for on-campus religious organizations to be set up.
Delilah Hart <>
USA - Wednesday, November 20, 2002 at 08:29:03 (PST)
One thing that really annoys me about a lot of these fundamentalists is how they site things such as 9/11,high crime rates,and the Middle Eastern conflict as "proof" of the coming of Armageddon.Come on,there has ALWAYS been evil in the world,and if it's gotten any worse,that's only because we have a lot more people in the world and we now have to share the planet with about 6 billion other people.Also,our technology is more advanced,so we now have more methods of slaughtering people.I've even heard people using global warming as "proof" of the coming of the end,because supposedly the Bible says that in the end times we won't be able to distinguish the seasons.In response to that,I have to say that the only reason why we have global warming is because we're not taking proper care of the planet,and even if we didn't have global warming to worry about,the climates would still undergo gradual changes that are perfectly natural.After all,many,many years ago,Antarctica was a rainforest.
Delilah Hart <>
North Little Rock, AR USA - Wednesday, November 20, 2002 at 08:19:55 (PST)
Looking for Kevin Scott Brigman, he recently became a Hammerskin in 2002.
Lezlie Armstrong <>
Lexington, NC USA - Monday, November 18, 2002 at 12:06:47 (PST)
This sight is awful. I am ashamed to be called a Republican along side the creator of this site. I am a Bible believing, blood bought Christian. Christians are not tearing this world apart, it is the uninhibited sinful will of this country we call America. America was founded on Christian principles and should stay that way. Also, Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell are men who know what they are talking about. I would not be surprised at all if they were misquoted by this site. I'm worried about our direction as a country and will continue to pray for all of you who see this website and add to it.
Matt Overturf
Ft. Smith, AR USA - Sunday, November 17, 2002 at 19:42:32 (PST)
Nice site...........
Mugu <>
lome, Togo - Saturday, November 16, 2002 at 03:52:32 (PST)
Love your site! I never knew that there was a word for what I believed. I used to think that the religious history of my family was only a hodge-podge but it turns out they are all Deists (Liberal Protestants, Reform Jews, and Freemasons!) I recently learned a bit about the Baha'i tradition and it seems to share a lot of things in common with Deism. Perhaps you could consider adding some material about it? Thanks. Response: Thanks for your input and I do as you ask. While the Baha'i have no relation in the theological sense to Deism which rejects divine revelation, they are very nice people that face endless persecution in Iran where the faith was born. Their main offices are in Israel where they aren't terrorized for their faith by Islamic hate.
Seattle, WA USA - Thursday, November 14, 2002 at 22:13:59 (PST)
everyone shoult smoke alot of weed and grow there own so they don't keep asking me
dream weaver <smksho07@youdontneedtoknow>
naperville, il usa - Thursday, November 14, 2002 at 11:57:57 (PST)
Alright, lets look at this from another prospective. Indeed, as you calim so loudly; the constitution of the United States of America does unequivically seperate church and state. For many years I have been a proponent of this very seperation. I do however have to say that I find it shocking that people whom seem to be so intelligent, and able to think for themselves would spread such misinformation. First, seperation of church and state is good, I dont want our government to support or condemn ANY religion; it goes against the very values that this country was founded upon. Second, have you ever thought about the rights of those whom wish to pray ? Of course not, and those whom wish to pray have surely not thought of your rights, only thier desire to have thier way. Why don't we try to reason in this age of madness, and HELP eachother rather than fighting. Our children DESERVE much better, and this quite frankley is a bad exampple that you are ALL setting for them. Lets let the children decide if they want to pray or not. A minute of silence for them to pray or reflect will not hurt them. If they pray to thier respective "God" then let them, if they choose to think about something else, no one will ever know except them. Honestly people, how many children have you ever seen that beat eachother up over religion? This hatred is taught by YOU ! The person whom is supposed to be guiding this child through the most critical time of thier lives. Shame on all of you, you have ALL failed your children, it's not too late settle this now and save what little dignity you have left in your childrens eyes. Click here to view my response.
T.C. Heike <>
Charleston, WV USA - Tuesday, November 12, 2002 at 06:18:45 (PST)
Let me ask you something.....why do you have to lie to try and cover up your countries stupiditiy.....I'm going to show you something and if you can tell me why you did it and tell me it's not true, I'm going to shut up and take what you said as right.... You said in your site many things about the Koran, we'll take a few and see if you really read anything and if you did, how you changed it for your website, just as you accuse the bible for doing....I don't mind if you say things that are true, but look at what you are doing you pig First you said the Ayat IV.142 (Surrat 4, An-Nisa and line 142) said: "God deceiving humans"- IV.142 When it really reads this: "Verily, the hypocrites seek to deceive All�h, but it is He Who deceives them. And when they stand up for As-Sal�t (the prayer), they stand with laziness and to be seen of men, and they do not remember All�h but little. IV. 142 Why would you make such a lie? You then said that the Same Ayat, line 143, says the same thing, that Allah causes Error. Here is the real verse: (The Hypocrites) They are swaying between this and that, belonging neither to these nor to those, and he whom All�h sends astray, you will not find for him a way (to the truth - Isl�m). Then you went on with other examples about God sending disbeleivers to hell and all he things that I can't debate with you about because if you don't beleive certain things then I don't knwo what kind of God you belvie in, You are probably just another american spineless "man" who lets his wife do what she wants and has no control as a man if you don't beleive that fighting for causes that are jsut is right Just don't make things up, you look stupid Click here to view my response.
USA - Saturday, November 09, 2002 at 07:35:31 (PST)
You asked if there are Atheists who forgo drug use because of their Atheism. I can clearly state during the "Drug era" I wasn't interested in doing drugs because all of it was "spiritual based". They tried to hook one into doing drugs because it made you closer to God. Well being a Atheist, I wanted no part of that nonsense. Today most of those Theistic folk are either dead or brain dead. Me, I'm working at Harvard University doing research. Click here to see what he is talking about.
MA USA - Friday, November 08, 2002 at 09:22:07 (PST)
And please, please, please..Can you please look at the fools that signed this guestbook, especially the all the "deep sad" ones...What a sad sound like school children Click here to view my response.
USA - Wednesday, November 06, 2002 at 15:05:22 (PST)
It was nice to see your contradictions in the Bible but not your pathetic attempts to try and make Islam look bad with all your little political examples and pitiful picture of Bin Laden that if you knew anything about the Muslims, not the Mooooslems, as you ignorant americans spell it, since you can't use your tongue except for that which is full of sin, but if you knew anything about us and put your new fake religion aside and studied the Koran, you would find, you pathetic fool that Islam is not Bin Laden and the only reason we arabs support him is because the bigger ideas create things. I love to watch you americans fight amongst yourselves and then try and critisize Islam.....You pathetic weaklings can't touch this religion and no matter how pissed it makes you, you weak country, you will never stop our fight and you will see, jsut as Isreal will finally see, that yes the bible and torah are wrong, and yes, we don't turn the other cheek, you weak fools, we will run the country down and strip it's sin down to the core.....Keep paying monety for your .com website fool, where the hell is it taking you and what a waste of a mind and a waste of life.....Pleae email me back with your unsupported remarks and please, don't talk about bin Laden but grab a Koran and quote from there, don't grab a newsweek article of the taliban and give me that proof as so many weaklings have done... Mushakreen ya Kafir, - the victor
Click here to view my response.

Victor Osman <>
Egypt - Wednesday, November 06, 2002 at 15:00:22 (PST)
What are the laws of nature?
USA - Sunday, November 03, 2002 at 12:51:32 (PST)
Love your site what am i?
david nig <>
troy, mi USA - Sunday, November 03, 2002 at 10:28:34 (PST)
Great site.
Alan Backus <>
Abingdon, VA USA - Thursday, October 31, 2002 at 16:45:49 (PST)
I am a christian, I do believe in Christ....I believe each person is entitled to their own beliefs but I believe everyone at some point in their life should be told about Jesus Christ. On the issue of prayer in school, a moment of silence is not a bad thing. A child should have the right to decide if he/she prays or just sits there. Yes, Virginia schools are lacking high scores on the educational scoring test, and I am a firm believer that we cram to much on these children especially in the earlier years. Our children are not getting enough time or one on one with teachers and aides, But I do not think that one minute out of a day will change that either. I am sure if we were to get technical about it there are alot of minutes that go by in a school day that are deemed Unproductive (which has no reflection on Christian or any other religion, or a moment of silence). Response: VA already has a Moment of Silence law which has changed nothing. Until Christians get it through their heads that they need to deal with problems in the home and not just getting more customers for their churches, we would be better off. If you can't go to the malls and preach Jesus the schools shouldn't do it for you.
USA - Thursday, October 31, 2002 at 05:34:24 (PST)

You have a very informative website. I have an acquaintance who is currently a member of the Church of satan and he says I should keep an open mind about his religion. He says I am too constrained and I need to give in to the desires and lusts of my heart. He says my true self would come out if I would quit living according to my conscience. I believe what he says is true, but I would be afraid to let my true self come out. I would probably be a whore or murderer if I didn't constrain myself. Maybe I should also keep an open mind to Deism too. :-)) (Very funny)....Nevertheless, I did bookmark some of the valuable links mentioned on your website. Thanks for the information! Response: I hope you find your way and don't resort to anything destructive. It should be noted Satan is a myth and what is passed-off for this developed in the 19th century with people such as Crowley.
Tabitha Gallman <>
USA - Wednesday, October 30, 2002 at 07:27:18 (PST)
I thank you for publishing this great article about the authenticity of Jesus and the Christian myth. Finally an authoritative documentation that for years I searched for. I will add this to the knowledge I received from Mr. Zacharia Sitchin.
M.T <>
Syria - Sunday, October 27, 2002 at 01:43:17 (PDT)
if u ppl concerned yourself less with god(no im not capitalizing the "g" in god)and more with realistic issues, perhaps instead of our christian republican conservatist president wanting prayer in school, he might focus more on not blowing up iraq. isnt violence against jesus or something? how many ppl have died because of religion? from the Crusades to present day 9-11, religion has clouded the minds of ppl across this earth. the religious are mainly concerned with converting heathens, but i ask u: how do u know you r right and the "heathens" are wrong? if there was a god im sure his chosen ppl would be atheists! Response: Not all Christians are murderers just as much as we shoudn't blame all atheists for Stalin's terror. By the way, atheists make up less than 5% of the population.
00, 01 USA - Sunday, October 13, 2002 at 18:54:53 (PDT)
your point about luthers anger towards jews, though historically accurate, conviently forgets all the grievances jews have suffered from Catholics. I cite the Spanish Inquisition, which exiled or killed many of Spain's most dedicated workers. One has only to read a primary source from the Inquisition to be appalled at the shocking actions which Catholics took aainst Jews.Please understand i am not attacking your views, but rather i ask you to broaden them. Response: You are correct and I'll work on that. Thanks for your input. See Click here for more on Luther.
frisco, CA USA - Sunday, October 13, 2002 at 18:15:36 (PDT)
Hi Lewis, Your site is one of the internet's greatest sites! I love it! You may be interested in checking out my website, LIBERAL CHRISTIANS - DEISM AND ZEN. The Url is as follows My site is not as extensive as your site but I have put a lot of work into building it and I hope that it is helpful to people who stumble upon it. Again Lewis, your site is just fantastic. Thank you for building it!
Carl <>
USA - Thursday, October 10, 2002 at 21:51:18 (PDT)
Love the web site. Very interesting articles. Author, Roger Dean Kiser, Sr. The Sad Orphan Web Site
Roger Dean Kiser <>
Brunswick, GA USA - Tuesday, October 08, 2002 at 12:28:43 (PDT)
you have an excellent website:)
USA - Sunday, October 06, 2002 at 21:15:31 (PDT)
I am ashamed that the previous poster on this board is from my country. He is in no way representative of the majority of decent people who live here. However, leaving the evil bigotry aside, let me come to the main reason why I am writing. At the end of the day no one can argue as to whether Jesus Christ was the Son of the living God and one with the Father, although Christians can find lots of evidence for this. The only thing to do is to accept Him into your heart and let him take control of your life. That control will set you free. It is pleasing to see that by becoming a Deist, I presume that you mean you do believe in God. Just read the Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles and do it with an open mind and heart and like the Athenians with their unknown god, you may be surprised by what you let yourself discover. Jesus Christ is changing the lives of men and women everywhere and as for faith alone - yes we are justified by faith, but true faith will inevitably lead to good works. God bless you Response: Thanks Carl, I already know he doesn't represent Britain or Christians. Thanks for your input.
Great Britain - Friday, October 04, 2002 at 23:57:27 (PDT)
THE NEW RELIGION IS RACE!!! JESUS WAS A JEW. WE NEED TO FIND A WHITE HERO. I HOPE NO ONE IS OFFENDED BY THAT. Our country is so fucking soft. We let any fucking paki or nigger in but the skins are fighting back. Don�t give up until your knuckles are bleeding. Beat the shit to a pulp. NEVER SURRENDER, NEVER GIVE IN HAMMERSKINS FOREVER FOREVER HAMMERSKINS. ENGLAND IS A WHITE COUNTRY SO ALL YOU PAKI AND NIGGER BOYS FUCK OFF! WHITE POWER! WE WILL WIN!

Keep Britain white. UK OK. There's no black in a union jack. British Hammerskins forever. Response: This person follows a cult known as Christian Identity or perhaps British Israelism. Click to find out who they are.
London England, White Uk - Monday, September 30, 2002 at 15:00:53 (PDT)

hi, all i can say is watch out sullivan county --times are changing and no one is going to be going anywhere. my son will not be called a damn yankee in school anymore and hopefully his religion won't be made fun of. people will learn we all all different. our children will be selected for the sport teams they deserve to be on and play the posistions they deserve not sit on the bench because they are different. the baptist do not run the world and i am allowed to drink alchol and play the lottery, because i am an american. At first I cried after the way we were treated here, but a bunch of us are not going to put up with it anymore. my children stand proud and so will I.
cr <>
- Wednesday, September 25, 2002 at 14:42:49 (PDT)
John Shelby Spong's article on Christian intolerance at shows that he is intolerant of Christians!
Bob Hunter
USA - Monday, September 23, 2002 at 15:20:16 (PDT)
Wow, I don't even really know what to say. I came across this site by accident, and have been reading it for over an hour. I am a christian and I have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. I do believe in Heaven and Hell. I take the Bible as truth-all of it. I don't pick and choose to make things as I want them. The Bible is complex; the key to knowing its truth is to read it fully and UNDERSTAND it. What bothers me about this website is the fact that when you talk about the Baptist preachers such as Jerry Falwell and Pat Robinson you basically are calling them morons, that isnt very kind. I may not agree with some of the things they say, but I'm pretty sure that Pat Robinson does some pretty great things for people. Sure, there are radicals and people who are so stuck in tradition and law that they forget the number one rule, to love God, and others as yourself, but they don't account for all Christians. It saddens me to see Christians act in a way to turn people away from Christ, but in the end you can't use those type of Christians as an excuse for nonbelief. I don't agree with your beliefs, but I'm not going to call you names or condemn you. In response to they guy who talked about the NIN songs, I don't believe that, at the end of the day, when you are all alone and the noise of the world is fading, you can honestly say that there is not somthing weighing on your heart. I do not believe that you honestly feel that you are all alone, like there is absolutely no God. If there weren't, why would any of us exist? What would be the point? This website has actually convicted me of many things. I'm so glad that God is forgiving and that when I, and fundamental Christians, sin and portray Him wrongly by our actions that He still loves us. It saddens me that some Christians, the ones you talk about, think of God as a Harsh Judge, and they live unhappy lives. Because of my relationship with God I live a happy and fulfilling life. I just hope that everyone reading this can say the same. Response: We shouldn't blame all Christians for those that abuse it. God bless.
Chelsey Deevers
Elgin, Ok USA - Saturday, September 21, 2002 at 23:41:05 (PDT)
Sweden's crucial role supplying Nazi Germany iron ore and military facilities. Especially notorious for their support to the Nazis were Wallenberg family, SEB bank and SKF factory. The Swedish government was responsible for the most iron ore that Nazis received. Kiruna-G�llivare ore fields in Northern Sweden were all important to Nazi Germany. These heavy deliveries of iron ore and military facilities from Sweden to Nazi Germany lengthened World War II Casualties of the war has been estimated at 20 million killed in Europe. How many of them died due to Sweden's material support to Nazi Germany? Gerard Aalders and Cees Wiebes The Art of Cloaking Ownership: The Secret Collaboration and Protection of the German War Industry by the Neutrals: The Case of Sweden. The University of Michigan Press. 208 pp. 1996
Jack London
USA - Wednesday, September 18, 2002 at 02:42:47 (PDT)
the truth is the truth islam is a violent promoting evil the koran if you think we are wrong can you go to heaven and have sex with little boys molem fools!
don newell <>
everett, wa USA - Monday, September 16, 2002 at 12:32:29 (PDT)
Excellent job! "I am in earnest. I will not excuse; I will not equivocate; I will not retreat a single inch. And I will be heard." ~ William Lloyd Garrison
Eljay <>
Chanhassen, MN USA - Friday, September 13, 2002 at 07:44:04 (PDT)
It was neat looking through your site. What I read is just so similar to what I believe in. It's refreshing to see that there are people outside of the ministry I am involved in (which is The Way International at who realize that the Trinity is not the accurate truth of God's word. I wanted to add a few more reasons that the Word of God says about this: John 1:18 "No man hath seen God at any time: the only begotten son, which is in the bosom of the Father, he hath declared him." In this verse it says that nobody has seen God. Since many people saw Jesus Christ, the Trinity becomes a contradiction because of this verse. Another set of verses to think about is the following: Hebrews 4:14-15: "Seeing then that we have a great high priest, that is passed into the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold fast our profession. For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities; but was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin." This verse clearly states that Jesus Christ was tempted in the same way as us. In James, it tells us this: James 1:13: "Let no man say when he is tempted, I am tempted of God: for God cannot be tempted with evil, neither tempteh he any man:" This verse tells us that God cannot be tempted. If Jesus Christ was tempted and God was not tempted, how could they be the same. One of the fundamental teachings of our ministry is that "The Word as it was originally written does not contradict itself" and that "Difficult verse must be understood in light of the clear ones." There are many more numerous examples of verses that clearly say that Jesus was not God and because of that, we can safely infer that the other verses were either lies brought on by mistranslation or the fact that they use eastern orientalisms rather than what our western minds think. Anyways, I enjoyed your website and I hope you got as much from me as I did from you. Thanks, David Green
David Green <>
charleston, sc USA - Tuesday, September 10, 2002 at 18:00:22 (PDT)
I would like to comment briefly on the topic, "salvation is not by faith alone." The Bible does teach that we are saved by faith alone and not by works (Eph 2:8-9). If we have to earn our salvation by doing works then Christ died on the cross in vain (Gal 2:21). We do not have to earn our salvation but after we are saved by God's grace, we are required to: 1. Do good deeds (James 2:26). 2. Stop all evildoing (1John 1:6). 3. Obey the Lord's commands (1John 2:4). In short, after we are saved, we are required by God to live like christians to actually be christians! Now, Martin Luther and the antinomian OSAS preachers of today would violently disagree with my version of grace. To the antinomians, I am preaching a "works salvation" because I say that we are required to obey God, stop sinning and do good deeds and live like christians to be christians. The antinomian OSAS preachers believe that being saved by faith alone means that they are not required to do anything but believe in Jesus to be saved. They are truly lip service only "christians." You should see the awful things that the antinomian OSAS preachers say that we can do and still retain our salvation. Instead of listing the things, I will just direct you to my anti-OSAS site where I have amassed a great number of shocking quotes. One well known antinomian OSAS preacher named charles stanley actually teaches that we can deny Christ and walk away from our faith yet still retain our salvation. That teaching is utter madness! The antinomians have twisted the meaning of "faith alone saves" in order to justify their damnable OSAS sin gospel. They have turned "faith alone saves" into a license to sin. God bless and peace be with you all.
USA - Tuesday, September 10, 2002 at 14:13:30 (PDT)
I'll be damn!! There are smart folks in East Tennessee after all! Thank you for a wonderfully intelligent and informative site. East Tn. has desperately needed this. sincerely, L Henderson, Knoxville
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Knoxville, Tn USA - Monday, September 09, 2002 at 19:59:34 (PDT)
What a brilliant and informative website!! I am an ex-fundamentalist and your site is one of the best I have found. I will be pointing it out to all my ex-friends from the church scene. I say "ex" because since stopping church I have being ostracized as a "backslider" !! Anyway, thank you very much for putting such an excellent resource on the web!
Chris Brazendale <>
Palmerston North, New Zealand - Sunday, September 08, 2002 at 03:11:27 (PDT)
BrandonTomlin <>
Lemon Grove, CA USA - Friday, September 06, 2002 at 15:38:02 (PDT)
I am currently enrolled in a religion class at Virginia Tech, a couple of days ago we were talking about the enlightenment and deism. Since then I have been doing extensive research on the subject, I have found a lot of good websites with lots of material. I am originally from Abingdon, VA in that area as I am sure you know if you are not a baptist of some kind people think there is something wrong with you. Before this last week I considered myself an unaffiliated baptist. Now that I am aware of deism and the concepts of it, I believe that this is more of what I believe. I have always believed in God, but i never really associated myself with the church going crowd. I have read the Bible, and the Quran, and neither of them seemed to be what I believe credible accounts. If you think about religion is something that was invented. I have several issues with both books. I am rambling now but I would love to speak with more on the subject of Deism. Feel free to email me.
Matt <>
Blacksburg, VA USA - Thursday, September 05, 2002 at 21:23:57 (PDT)
Through you devoted efforts your site is adding to the sum total of enlightenment in the world many thanks zendo
enlightenment <>
ny, ny USA - Tuesday, September 03, 2002 at 12:15:12 (PDT)
Love to visit your site. I have been in a traditional "churchy" organization but found myself in many disagreements of the the dogmas of Christendom. This leads me to search. From being a trinitarian, I discovered that I was wrong and now become unitrian. However, I need more information, I love reason but fall short of its fulness. I hope you can extend helps in my personal research.
Benjie Casido <>
Bais City, NOl Philippines - Monday, September 02, 2002 at 19:49:26 (PDT)
You have an extremely interesting site, and you've obviously given a lot of thought to the subjects you address. As a liberal non-exclusive christian, with deistic overtones, it does my heart good to see you exposing the pitfalls and evils of religious fanaticism--whatever the parent religion. As a college professor, interested in promoting intellectual honesty, I must say that I further admire your stance on the abject nonsense of biblical inerrancy and creationist dogma---Our school kids will do far better without mention, or state sponsorship, of either. Good luck to you:)
RBJ <>
Waco, tx USA - Wednesday, August 28, 2002 at 14:01:03 (PDT)
"Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blind-folded fear." -Thomas Jefferson
Jamie Thomson
London, England - Wednesday, August 28, 2002 at 04:15:01 (PDT)
There will be a handful that WILL know when the End-Time will literally begin. It'll start with the sliding into the sea, Los Angeles...perhaps tomorrow...ant day now, actually. That's just the beginning. Then, all that mock will cry out when they see the wrath of God that was predicted.
USA - Monday, August 26, 2002 at 20:11:05 (PDT)
I like your straightforward approach to the facts. I am a school teacher and liked your pieces about the fallacy of school vouchers (though I do believe there is one way that it might work involving not taking funds out of public schools AND lowering class sizes). I also liked your piece about the Nicene creed. It's the best look at the reality of it that I have ever seen.
Laine <>
USA - Sunday, August 25, 2002 at 11:19:02 (PDT)
Well let me first state that I am not Christian. I am an atheist-agnostic, but I am at least glad to know that under our current Christian regime (state supported religious dogma) there are some Christians who aren't completely ignorant. Good debuffing of creationist theory.
Hudson Carpenter <>
Atlanta, GA USA - Saturday, August 24, 2002 at 14:12:38 (PDT)
next up in the news: bush happy with the war on terror. and says: hell, lets kill them all

USA - Wednesday, August 21, 2002 at 14:13:45 (PDT)
met you and intrviewed you last Friday at the Helping Hands clinic and we spoke about your website
bruce bennard <>
Johnson City, TN USA - Wednesday, August 21, 2002 at 11:22:49 (PDT)
Thank you for this site. I've been in recovery 4 years and active in AA and NA circles. I am thankfull that there are those like you here that can beleive in a Higher Power without all the dogmatic and supersticious bullflop. While I dig what I find here on an intellectual level, I need to know what you have to offer concerning a practical, day to day spirituality. An old shaman buddy of mine used to ask "If it don't grow corn, what good is it?". Likewise, I would like to know how you can help me stay sober and serene. LEN
LEN <>
USA - Wednesday, August 21, 2002 at 09:02:47 (PDT)
What a crock of shit!
Morris Winestain <>
New York, NY USA - Wednesday, August 21, 2002 at 06:13:30 (PDT)
Great explanation of Deism. Thanks.
USA - Sunday, August 18, 2002 at 18:06:12 (PDT)
How come no one ever mentions the otehr religions? Or when they do mention the other religions, they say things like "Catholic, Baptist, Protestant, Jew, ect." All of these are the same religion: Christianity. What about Paganism, Hinduism, and Buddism? Oh yeah, that`s right, Christians deny those religions, damn the pagans, buddists, and islamics, and spit on their faces. Christianity, as a religion, is based on jealousy, power, and money. It`s about controlling things. The people who follow it scorn us wiccans. Very very rarely will you find a Christian who accepts a Wiccan, but oh how we like those. We can get along with those people.
Since the report contains many statistics, and I am currently enrolled in Statistcs class, your information has a very wide margin of error you fail to report. Apparently, with the given data, you surveyed or polled only Christians, and in your report, you used the sample to call the population "All Americans". Well, "All Americans" are not christians.

DeAnna <>
Bristol, TN USA - Sunday, August 18, 2002 at 14:17:01 (PDT)
I have come to learn more truths and honesty from deists than any christian i have encountered. Thank you for this website it is very educational!!!!
m.wright <>
roanoke, va USA - Saturday, August 17, 2002 at 13:16:24 (PDT)
i really feel sympothy for your children.hopefully someone will reach them in time,i will pray for your children to find's not their fault that they are being misled,think hard about what you are doing to them.if you love them let them get to know the one ond only god,and let them love our jesus,,don't send them down the wrong will be responsible for damning your own childs will be your fault if they end up in hell.what are you people doing?how could you beleive in what you beleive in?all i can say is ,may the lord forgive you,you do not realize what you are doing..god bless you all.
marcy <>
jackson, mi USA - Saturday, August 17, 2002 at 10:02:01 (PDT)
Thank you so much. Whenever you ask these fundies what the difference is between Christian fanatics and the bozos who flew the planes into those buildings on September 11, they go ballistic. They just don't get it. As for Sen. Nancy O'Connor of Kansas and her thoughts on women's suffrage, she should join hands with Ann Coulter and Phyllis Schafly and jump off a bridge! Keep telling it like it is!
Terry M. Callen <>
Gloucester City, NJ USA - Friday, August 16, 2002 at 15:22:59 (PDT)
pydikondala venkanna babu <>
USA - Friday, August 16, 2002 at 06:43:06 (PDT)

next up in the news:Bush happy with the war on terror. and says: kill kill kill kill

USA - Thursday, August 15, 2002 at 20:46:16 (PDT)
Paul did teach opposite commandments of James and Immanuel, this is true. If you will read you will find much more suportive information from what I have seen, it is very well researched and done, talk to me.
Gary Rigenhagen <>
caldwell, Id. USA - Sunday, August 11, 2002 at 15:58:35 (PDT)
I say the religious zealots of Pound need to read the Constitution of the United States of America. In fact, they ought to try to become citizens of the USA. Put them on a plane to Taliban land.
Stan Grimes <>
Logansport, IN United States - Sunday, August 11, 2002 at 07:15:23 (PDT)
Why would you bother to try and prove such a great man who has achieved so much wrong? Look at all the good things, Us as christians and in the christian church can freely worship Jesus now and recieve his grace and live by it rather that living by rules and condemnation. Jesus came to fulfill the law!
Karissa-Louise <>
Penrith, NSW Australia - Thursday, August 08, 2002 at 19:09:46 (PDT)
Jim Bob Willis. I can't believe that it is 8/02 and I am just finding out about this. Thank GOD I do not live in that small minded poor town anymore. I graduated from Burton in 1995, and I swear to you, if Jim bob Willis would have pulled some crap like that when I was there, the out come would not have been so mild. First of all, we were under a different kind of discipline, where the students were educated to be respectful to authority figures. Not to mention the students that I went to school with were no where near as ignorant, or how should I put this, red neck hill billy dumb shits to do something so so stupid. That is so ridiculous, and I belive that Jim Bob Willis should move to Iraq. What kind of parents raise a child that would behave like this, and then try to defend him as well. They should also move to Iraq. Norton is so unfortunate to have dumb hick idiots like you.
Brandy <>
Cincinnati, OH USA - Thursday, August 08, 2002 at 09:36:21 (PDT)
Liberal Christians are as intolerant as they believe "fundies" are!! You people make me SICK!! Get a life!! AN ETERNAL ONE THROUGH CHRIST YOU HEATHENS!!
When are you all going to learn that the Bible is the infallible word of God. I we believe that it is the word of God and God is perfect, then the word of God must be perfect as well. After all, God used the apostles to record it for future generations. Unfortunetly, you people are too ignorant to accept it!
You people are full of hatred and do not portray the love of Christ in any way. I used to be a "liberal Christian" until I realized that liberal Chritianity is a false religion that misleads it's people. They make God very convieniant by distorting the Word of God in order to please the fallen world. It has become the word of man. You relativistic thinkers are wrong! You are so blind that Satan dancing all around you and you are too blind to notice! Christians, especially "fundies" (what a prejudiced term, full of hatred,) portray the love of Christ and reach people with the Gospel. We also help people in need and feed the hungry. We pray for those who are sick and in any kind of need. YOU PEOPLE ATTACK US OUT OF YOUR HATRED!
If you haven't accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Saviour I strongly advice that you do. He died for the sins of the entire world, not just for a specific group of people. Forget about the term "religion." I am not religious. I simply have a personal relationship with God through His Son Jesus.

Cameron <>
Canada (the true North strong and free!) - Wednesday, August 07, 2002 at 22:21:43 (PDT)
Every day I come across odd religious behavior that'll make you laugh. Drop me an e-line and I put you on my list:
Patrick Bens <>
Miami, FL USA - Wednesday, August 07, 2002 at 22:16:53 (PDT)
Praise the Lord. This is a very interesting site.
Mel Smith <>
Howard City, Mi USA - Wednesday, August 07, 2002 at 11:25:44 (PDT)
nice site.. i run one myself..pls check it out....
gregrareha <>
INDIA - Monday, August 05, 2002 at 08:08:17 (PDT)
I believe that there is a large core of centrists in this country who secretly follow the Dieistic codes. These folks believe in logic and reason. The "Fundies" follow defective logic. This is why revealed religion will eventually fail. Your website is outstanding! Keep up the great work
Chuck Solly <>
Fargo, ND USA - Wednesday, July 31, 2002 at 07:09:52 (PDT)
And I thought things were bad in Arkansas!Something should seriously be done about the threat the Fundies pose to the freedoms we hold most dear.The governor of my state,Mike Huckabee,is a former Baptist minister,and needless to say,in the heart of the Bible Belt those credentials will definitely help someone with political aspirations.In Arkansas it is illegal to sell or purchase alcoholic beverages on Sunday or on religious holidays.I don't know when that law came into effect (it's been around for as long as I can remember),but surely the Supreme Court would deem it unconstitutional.Any thoughts on the matter?
Delilah Hart <>
North Little Rock, AR USA - Tuesday, July 30, 2002 at 15:50:24 (PDT)
Danke! Bitte besucht auch meine Seite! CU!
Froodo Goblin
Deutschland - Sunday, July 21, 2002 at 11:20:39 (PDT)
Hallo. Tolle Seite und nen volles G�stebuch - gute Arbeit!
Mike Krunde
Deutschland - Sunday, July 21, 2002 at 11:20:30 (PDT)
Nice Site! U did good work here! Keep it up!
Steven D
Schweiz - Sunday, July 21, 2002 at 11:20:21 (PDT
I admire your stamina and faith to stand up against the Anti-Christ. These people are mentally disturbed. Not that they themselves are innately evil but, their sickness causes them to think evil and do evil. If you eliminate the sickness, the evil will leave them. They call themselves prophetic because they are psychotic and claim to speak in tongues when it's gibberish. They have no tolerance and no Christian compassion to be found. It�s as if they have no capacity to understand God�s love. So, are they not sick? Mathew 25 31-46 explains what will happen to those whom are not saved. Mathew 13 explains it's better to wait than to judge. But, I pray these goats turn into sheep and that the weeds turn in to wheat. Just as the Christ turned water into wine. I pray that they be healed and become born again. If your children were sick, would you damn them to Hell? Of course not! You would strive to keep alive and well. You would heal them. You would find a doctor. These people need to find Christ. Hw often should you try? Does "seven times seventy ring a bell?" I know it�s difficult. But keep on fighting the good fight. I was a victim of their cult too. I don't curse them, I bless them so they will stop their evil and be born again! Love them, as much as you want to be loved! Praise the Lord!
Carl Marchi <>
Holliston, MA USA - Friday, July 19, 2002 at 11:09:55 (PDT)
My hatred for Kingsport is only eclipsed by my hatred of its elitist autocracy. They WANT you to leave. Those in power don't care if they leave this place a bible-thumping wasteland when they finally die. They're retired. They've made their money. As long as you don't offend them with something entertaining, you can stay. God forbid anyone offer decent or creative employment around here...friggin' Kingsport. This whole area is for shit. Johnson City is the crown jewel. What does that say about this area? Nice site. I'm pissed off now. Toning down someof the rhetoric would increase your credibility. That's a helluva hair to split. Preach on soldiers.
James <>
Johnson City, TN USA - Wednesday, July 17, 2002 at 16:42:28 (PDT)
I am a Deist and it fills me with all the spirtual happiness one needs. Just looking at the sky, sun, trees and everything else on this earth makes me want to thank our Creator everyday! Life is a wonderful gift and so many people abuse it. It took me almost 40 years of searching, when I finally found the truth as I know it to be. A Deist!!
Richard Boswell <>
Port Orange , FL USA - Tuesday, July 16, 2002 at 20:55:05 (PDT)
Love the site! I used to feel like the only teenager with strong feelings against people of different races and religions. I am glad to say that I am not at all alone. I am an arian down to the core and believe in white supremicy. Im just glad to see more people out there who feel the same!
Mandy <>
Houston, Tx USA - Tuesday, July 16, 2002 at 14:37:58 (PDT)
This is the Smoky Mountain Seventh Son hollering at ya'll folks. Visit me web page for the Legend and Mythology if ya like. Think you might find it interesting. Looking for fellowship with folks in this area whom believe as I do. Which is, I defend the faith of our founding fathers and that awesome Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, John Adams, Albert Einstein so on and so forth. Smoky can tell ya what it's all about for sure. I'm a social activist in this area, in Marquis Who's Who in America for my exploits over the last 30 years in Cincinnati Ohio where I just moved back from and am anxious to hear from rational free thinkers. Have a psychiatric background at Eastern State Hospital here in Knoxville in the sixties era, in prison where I served 18 months for makeing counterfeit money I spearheaded encounter group thearpy sessions with fellow inmates, in Cincinnati in my volunteer efforts with the Seventh Step Foundation and my biggest influence was my angel and platonic mother the late Helen Steiner Rice inspirational poet laurete of Gibson Greeting Cards where I spearheaded the screen printing department and learned everything I could about her very optimistic message in prose for the betterment of man and self. As she so often stated, I do not do what I do for fortune and fame, I do it because I CARE. But fortune and fame visited her all her life and so it has been with me. Place your obsessions on the giving, rather than the recieveing, and I'll guarantee you once you learn to think like her and me, you will grow wealthy and wise beyond your wildest dreams. Write me...I'll send ya the newspaper artical.... Cheer's and Jumex Mango Juice back at ya....Smoky
Donald DeWayne Woods <>
Knoxville, Tn USA - Monday, July 15, 2002 at 18:53:04 (PDT)
Religious fundamentalism was born out of man's fear of dying. The more one believes that there is a god, the more that same individual must fear his own death. If you could take away man's the fear of dying, you would take away man's need for a God. The only true God is man himself. Only man himself has the virtually unlimited authority to change the world for the better. The man in the sky cannot feed the poor. Your everyday so called religious individaul gets out of church on Sunday walks pass their fellow man and does not think twice about helping him. Anyone who's life is ruled by some book and not by the suffering of man, is someone who is truly ruled by fear. Someone who reads the same book over and over again is a fool. Its not that good of a story. Would it not be better that you did something to help mankind and stop feeling sorry for yourself because you're going to die someday.
Michael <>
Charlotte, NC USA - Saturday, July 13, 2002 at 06:30:31 (PDT)
I've always been an atheist, and these fundies scare me, because I was born Jewish and still identify that way. I'm all *too* well aware now of their blatant Jew-hatred. Quite frankly, all the cross-wearing I've increasingly seen over the years has made me *very* nervous. I'd like to believe that bigotry and prejudice won't win out in the end - but I'm a realist... The only way for peace and plurality to win is for everyone who values same, to fight for it - and fight *HARD*! These psychos aren't going to go away without a really hard battle.
Beth Kaplan <>
Worcester, MA USA - Friday, July 12, 2002 at 01:46:10 (PDT)
Thank you for your comments William. First of all Christian fundamentalists are welcome to believe anything they want but they have no right to force those beliefs on others by attempting to use government force. You say thier belifs are crucified yet they crucify the beliefs of everybody else. Have you ever really listened to Bob Jones or Pat Robertson?

Anti-Semitism isn't their only problem because they have practiced religious genocide since the 4th century. Jesus isn't the problem, Christianity involved in politics is the problem and they can't hide behind "God" to escape scrutiny.
Lewis Loflin <>
Bristol, VA USA - Thursday, July 11, 2002 at 21:11:05 (PDT)

According to the teachings of Saint Peter and Saint Paul salvation is available to all who believe on Jesus, Jew and Gentile. This was the main thrust of their messages in the Graeco-Roman world. As for Christian fundamentalists, whether your agree with them or not Don't they have a right to there view of America? We speak of tolerance in a pluristic society until the religiuos right speaks. Then their opinions are crucified. America like ancient Israel needs a prophetic voice because sin is a reproach to any people. Christ spoke prophetically to His generation. He loved His people (Jews) and His apostles later rehearsed His teachings to Gentiles. Anti-Semitism has effected the Christian church historically but the founders of Christianity teachings reveal the true meaning of the message of Christ. Christ is still Saviour of the World.
William Thompson <>
USA - Wednesday, July 10, 2002 at 10:36:32 (PDT)
I've always said that I believe we are on self-correcting autopilot, and one or two people have said "Oh, you're a deist." I believe in a disinterested deity. If it has any interest whatsoever, it's to perpetuate the creation of worlds. The idea that one species on one planet in one solar system in one galaxy in one parsec is somehow better or more important or held to standards or doing it's work - hah. The only thing man can do is screw up this tiny piece of matter known as Earth, and if it crumbles into asteroid pieces, it will be the proverbial tree falling in the forest. And doubtless it would make no sound to God.
Glenn W
Austin, TX USA - Friday, July 05, 2002 at 19:23:02 (PDT)
Excellent site! I live close to Sullivan County myself, and I'm very happy to someone speak out against Fundamentalism. I will most definitely be back to view newer updates to the site.
Darrell <>
Richlands, VA USA - Friday, July 05, 2002 at 13:33:42 (PDT)
Thanks for your web site. I pay pretty close attention to the silliness of such people as David J. Smith and John Hagee. I was raised as a Christian and believe in Christ's teachings. But those people, and so many others, have so corrupted and destroyed his word, for reasons I cannot understand. But as a start, I would suggest that the two of them (Hagee and Smith_ are in need of serious psychiatric care and wonder why their families have not seen to it that they are properly institutionalized. They are extremely dangerous people. My approach to life? Go to church, love one another,do good works, practice John 3:16. Beyond that, the End Times prophets are pretty much a bunch of nut cases.
Dennis Chimera
Houston, TX USA - Monday, July 01, 2002 at 19:49:43 (PDT)
Mark--you mean to say that God's Divine Plan was thwarted? If so, then doesn't that make God less than omnipotent?
andy quinones <>
Garland, TX USA - Monday, July 01, 2002 at 12:59:24 (PDT)
I enjoyed your site but see that you simply do not understand God's plan for man. Sin is not and never has been an important part of His plan. Sin came in at the fall and thus needed to be dealt with, but it was with the death of Christ. John the Baptist proclaimed about Jesus, "Behold the lamb of God who TAKES AWAY the sin of the world." Gone. Finished. Not a problem. But man still has a problem and that is what troubles us and the church today as well as frustrates God. The problem is a lack of Christ in our lives. God's goal has always been for us to eat from the Tree of Life. But after Adam sinned, they were barred from the garden and the original, superficial tree of life. When Christ came He was the reality of that tree. Thus he said, "I am the vine. Eat me." He clearly was tying himself to the Tree of Life and to the manna and other types in the O.T. We Christians simply do not ingest enough Christ daily. We lack the divine element. We must eat him, eat of him. He is our real food. Sin, I repeat, is not the problem. Christ's blood covered it. The real problem is a Christless life.
Mark Jordan <>
Goshen, IN USA - Saturday, June 29, 2002 at 07:02:58 (PDT)
~My message to you... read it well~ For one thing... There IS NO GOD! COME ON YOU FU**ING DUMBASS CHRISTIANS!! If you really saw the world for what it REALLY was then you would not believe in no stupid ass god! You live... you die... you rot! You don't have a soul! There is only one true thing about this world. It is the emotion called pain. It is the only thing that is real and every other emotion is just to cover it all up. If you think... I mean really think hard... you will relize that when you seperate physical from mental emotions... you will really relize that pain is the true thing. When somebody hurts you you go ouch. If you are sad... it lasts the longest. Everybody goes away in the end... you die, and you have no soul to go anywhere like a fake heaven or hell. Angels are all just illusions. You hear it so much that you believe it, and eventually see it. The same thing with ghosts. All you have to do is... think reeeeeeaaaaally hard and go toward your subconsious mind. Your conscious mind is what blocks the truth. The true is within your subconsious. Some people are to scared to think too hard because they are afraid where it'll take them. They are afraid, that is because they truly know what is the truth but dont even want to go there. I wrote somewhat of a disturbing poem just the other day while listening to the song "a warm place" by NIN. Here it goes: Bottomless pit, All familiar and through time, So small, one out of millions and billions who know the real truth... behind it all, so far away, yet still there, deep in space far far away, yet still on earth, old me withered away, new me, new consciousness, pain. Have to love pain, your true dearest friend, sweetness lost, lost forever till death... and death, the only way out of a suffering painful life. That was it... now you try to think about what I had just put down and listen to these two songs by NIN: "A WARM PLACE" and "HURT" and blast them up. Don't feel alarmed if you feel a physical tingling or an urge to let the tears come out. From PainfulSouless Reznor Fan
Painful souless Reznor fan <AQUASEADRAGON111@CS.COM>
nsp, mn USA - Tuesday, June 25, 2002 at 22:16:34 (PDT)
I think you people should get younger people to run your town.
andrew hughes <>
arlington, va USA - Thursday, June 20, 2002 at 11:23:04 (PDT)
thank god some people are taking note of these people. I am the adult child of fundamentalist parents, almost had a schizophrenic young adulthood now going through therapy along with most of my messed up brothers and sister. My parents belong to a cult, my father an oppressive controlling patriarch and my mother totally subdued . I have had to cut off contact to remain sane. Fundamentalism wherever it comes from is dangerous !
m mccarthy <>
ireland - Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 12:26:57 (PDT)
You are to be highly commended for your work. The USA is a hotbed of religious fundamentalism of the most dangerous sort. Ultimately I don't think it is an exaggeration to say it could become a threat to world peace. The Ronald Reagan era ushered in many ideas that have been very harmful. Presumably he was used by others to advance their adgenda. I don't think he had the brains to do it alone.
J. S. Worthington <>
BC Canada - Tuesday, June 18, 2002 at 15:32:27 (PDT)
Well done site. I'm about three years older than you, also an Army vet (FA). Used to be a Ron Reagan Republican until the right went way to far to the right. Mod Rep these days. Keep up the good work.
andy quinones <>
Garland, TX USA - Tuesday, June 18, 2002 at 10:32:30 (PDT)
I'm very aware that Jewish fundamentalists are the same as Christian or Islamic fundamnetalists. I deal in my part of the word with the Protestant version. If you go halfway down my fundamentalism page I clearly single out Jewish fundies as well as the others. While I'm a monotheist myself, I consider liberal Christians, Reform and Reconsructionist Judaism, secular Turkish Islam, Unitarians, Gnostics, agnostics, etc as fellow believers and I even like atheists unless they act like fundamentalists. Your observions have been noted and some changes made.

Fundamentalism is a threat to everybody no matter what they follow.
Lewis <>
Bristol, Va USA - Friday, June 14, 2002 at 18:56:32 (PDT)

Since you are opposed to fundamentalism, why do you not recognize the danger of Jewish fundamentalist on the West Bank. I say this because you published these two articles. Do you not realize that the only purpose of this article is to provide an excuse for destroying the 600 yr old structure? If you don't think fundamentalism is alright why do publish this article that claims that only Judaism is legitimate, and only jews have a right to the land there? NO I am not a holocaust denier. Yes, I hate Al Qaeda and Islamic fundyism with a passion, and I am so so glad the Taliban are gone. Yes, I think the suicide bombers are stupid. The fact that islamic fundies are sobs, is no excuse to propagate the propaganda of their Jewish counterparts. Again, I have no use for Islamic fundamentalism, but to not recognize the Christian and Jewish Talibans role in this conflict is blindness
Jennifer <>
USA - Friday, June 14, 2002 at 10:29:32 (PDT)
Greetings! A brillant website and very informative for thinking people. I was saddened to see the way corporate America treats the good citizens of Bristol County, but I am not really surprised after the stunt pulled by Houston's own Enron Corp. My sister has worked for large corporations before, and is convinced that they will be a big part of the ultimate downfall of this country unless people finally say "enough!" I would almost bet real money that not ONE Enron exec will ever stand trial for their misdeeds . . . funny how all of the attention gravitated to the Arthur Andersen company in such a big hurry, isn't it?
Doug Willis <>
Houston, TX USA - Wednesday, June 12, 2002 at 14:47:31 (PDT)
Been here before. It is a great site and I use it a lot. Looking forward to reading the new materials added. Keep up the good works. Tyke
Frances Greenfield <>
Ottawa, Canada, USA - Tuesday, June 11, 2002 at 12:13:33 (PDT)
Thanks Sally. That comment coming from you made my day!
webmaster <>
Bristol, VA USA - Tuesday, June 11, 2002 at 07:56:32 (PDT)
this site is a load of bullshit and should not be allowed on U.K should only be allowed if u it contains hardcore porno and it should also contain a free 'download your very own porn star add-in'.thank you for your time(LESBIANS RULE!!!!)
sally <>
las vagas, chiogago USA - Tuesday, June 11, 2002 at 02:23:19 (PDT)
I belong to the UPC and and have grown up learning only about our doctrine,, i'v then wanted to know what exactly the other churches had and why they are so big, the only reason is that they{man } takes the true word of god changes it and makes it suit the lives of people . what we pentecostals have is not a revised version or mans version but it is direct from the word of god, John 1 v:1 ( in the begining was the word, and the word was with god , and the word is god, now god never changes, why must man change the word if god. dont be decieved Jesus is the way the truth and the life, god bless this web site and the readers
McWayne Sam <>
durban, Natal South Africa - Monday, June 10, 2002 at 05:06:34 (PDT)
Thank you for exposing such a liar in Martin Luther. His beliefs infected the Nazis to some degree and he clearly was still of the spirit of the Roman Catholics, even though he renounced them 'officially'. (Daughters of a whore.)
Bro. Darryl <>
BC Canada - Sunday, June 09, 2002 at 12:08:36 (PDT)
Many of these "religious" types remind me of what someone saw a few years ago about a certain singer/orange juice promoter spreading lies in Dade County, Florida: "If god really had his mouth on Anita Bryant it would be over her mouth."
Harold Willis <>
Houston, TX USA - Friday, June 07, 2002 at 11:45:39 (PDT)
They will never win, their evil beliefs and cowardly acts will never prevail over those of us that will fight for a free world, one of compassion,tolerence,and enduring love for our fellow brother. The sad thing is they have no idea what they are asking for, what it will lead to, ultimate distruction of the human race. One of our greatest strengths as a human race is our differences, it guarantees the variety of the contributions made to the survival of our species. They are frustrated and desperate to shift the blame and make sence of what they do not understand. We are all children of God, all of us with our destinies and scars. We cannot survive if their is no order, there cannot be order without peace, their can be no peace if there is division.
Raechel Hammond <>
Vista, CA USA - Sunday, June 02, 2002 at 23:13:30 (PDT)
Dear friend, You are right on target about the Trinity. It truly is a pagan false teaching. The Trinitarians are leading people into idolatry by deceiving people into worshipping their three-headed monster God. Also, I wanted to thank you for doing such a good job at presenting my article, "The Protestant Reformers Were Frauds." I have enclosed a link to my anti-trinity site, "The Trinity Is An Idolatrous False Teaching" Peace be with you all
USA - Saturday, June 01, 2002 at 18:11:19 (PDT)
Many people volunteering from United Methodist Churches, Southern Baptists Churches, and 35 other Churches across Davidson County (Metro Nashville) joined together to force the Nashville Mayor's office have Metro Nashville Government Divisions close down all the whorehouses. Over 30 have been closed. Right now, Metro Nashville Vice is watching a few new places that may be opening. Metro Nashville Vice is looking at them even before they open. Also, Metro Nashville Vice is going to be working on eliminating escort services from Davidson County. In a very short period of time, Nashville, Tennessee has went from one of the major cities in the United States with the most prostitution to one of the places with the least.
USA - Thursday, May 30, 2002 at 10:44:54 (PDT)
This continues to be a great site. I have signed the guest book before, but another issue has come up. I understand that sexism is everywhere, but it seems be shown more in East Tennessee. Women here are often not allowed to voice opponions without being view as "freekish." It seems the worst social "sin" that an East Tennessee woman can do is raise her voice. When female voice are raised, their husbands are told to control them. It doesn't matter that one may have a degree in PSYC or a news paper carrier, such a woman is viewed as having mental disorers. Women are suffering from abuse. Many will not call the cops for the fear of going to jail since Tn. has passed the law that when police are called for abuse someone is going to jail. Since most abusive men are the "bread winters" and would loose jobs for being arrested, women are arested. Not to mention, many women are set up by husbands to win in divorce court etc.
Lisa Salley <>
Kingsport, Tn USA - Wednesday, May 29, 2002 at 14:08:07 (PDT)
Your description of Christian Identity seems sketchy and loaded with hype eg. Identity is a movement not a cult with one leader (That would be something like the Papacy) and Identity exists among almost all protestant denominat- ions in small numbers here and there, even though the churches they belong to usually treat their views either as eccentricities or with derision. Long before the American fixation with neonazis and modern klan factions, Israel Id- entity flourished throughout the British Empire and many of the founders of the US. Until recently it was not uncommon to here of White Anglo-Saxondom referred to as Israel, and the British Israel World Federation included mant top military men who fought against Nazism. (Nazism and Identity are not the same thing - only a tiny minority of false preachers purport they are compatible.) Best Regards, John.
Thanks for your insight. The article was about Willie Martin who is Neo-Nazi and not the world-wide Identity movement which in America has been mostly infiltrated by Nazis, KKK, etc. In England as I recall it's still called British Israelism. I'm proud of my British background and don't have to resort to this kind of myth to be proud of it. British Identity Protestant
Glasgow, UK - Monday, May 27, 2002 at 21:18:13 (PDT)
Your statement that the Mormons believe the American Indians to be the Lost Tribes is erroneous. They believe that the American Indians are descendants of an Israeli prophet, named Lehi, who traveled to the New World about 600 BC. A division occurred among his sons, resulting in a war that lasted for centuries and ended with the extinction of one family branch by the other. The survivors are thought to be the various American Indinan nations.
Thanks Don, it has been corrected.
Don Carsten <>
So Lake Tahoe, CA USA - Saturday, May 25, 2002 at 12:05:01 (PDT)
Shamanism is the best way to find yourself. And, in finding yourself, you will ultimately find God.
USA - Thursday, May 23, 2002 at 21:47:00 (PDT)
No trail!!! People do not have the right to take our land. We work hard to pay for things like houses and the govt wants to take that to.
no trail
Abingdon, va USA - Wednesday, May 22, 2002 at 18:26:57 (PDT)
After reading David Icke's website I'm no longer a Christian Fundo and am now a Deist.
USA - Wednesday, May 22, 2002 at 06:47:08 (PDT)
Just wanted to say that Pantheism isn't just thinking nature is god, it's more the believe that the Universe is god. Believing that people would also be god is not a 'request' for pantheism. And I also need to disapoint you with the fact that Pantheism isn't New Age (at least, in your discription of New Age) Also, saying that Pantheism is without reason isn't right as well (I am pantheist because of reason) Overall, Pantheism is the definition of people who believe in that the universe is devine, it's therefore more an extention to Deism.
Thanks Atresica, click here to view my response.
Atresica <>
The Netherlands - Tuesday, May 21, 2002 at 07:31:33 (PDT)
Well done, keep up the good work here. Please feel free to visit 2 Be Friends and sign the guestbook, better still add your own site to our Christian community directory. There is always hope, especially if we stick together, support each other, so please join and become a member of 2 Be Friends, and lets comfort and support each other and have a laugh as well doing so. Your's Webby-Lee of 2 Be Friends Christian Community (Where friends matter).
UK - Saturday, May 18, 2002 at 13:18:35 (PDT)
im doin a newspaper for school and i am happy to have an informational article..... thanx a billion!
sam <>
ny USA - Thursday, May 16, 2002 at 08:23:10 (PDT)
Interesting and informative. I will continue to visit and have added this to my favorite sites.
Harry <>
Lynchburg, VA USA - Wednesday, May 15, 2002 at 09:10:50 (PDT)
My good buddy! Thanks for all the free publicity!!! Jesus loves you and so do I! Come visit us next time you're in Lynchburg! Affectionately, Jerry
Jerry Falwell
Lynchburg, VA USA - Tuesday, May 14, 2002 at 14:15:19 (PDT)
Keep expressing the broad spectrum of views. After living in Arab countries for the past ten years, one thing I have learnt is that Islam needs to be brought out in the open and discussed freely. Lets hope that not too far away...
Samantha <>
UAE - Saturday, May 11, 2002 at 11:51:23 (PDT)
This site is really good! my friend andi are debating the death peantly..... we are having a hard time finding some sits for the death penalty..... and i kinda got some good information! Thanks!
USA - Thursday, May 09, 2002 at 09:31:36 (PDT)
I am an openminded person, and can accept many of the points you present on this website. However, I was researching the apostle Paul for a religion term paper and came across some misrepresentation of Paul. If you were to carefully read all of the book in the New Testament attributed to Paul, you would find that there are glaring contridictions. The only books that anyone is positive Paul even wrote were I Corinthians, Romans, II Corinthians, I Thessalonians, Galatians, Philemon, and Philippians. All the others are often the opposite of Paul's earlier writings. And why, you ask? Well, it was common in those times to credit your own writing to a more influential person, so as to have your opinions read. This is probably the case for Paul, as letters such as I and II Timothy, Titus, Ephesians, Colossians, and II Thessalonians hold opinions different from him. The language and wording used is even different from the norm. That in mind- it is wrong to attribute many of the sexist comments to Paul, because it is unlikely that he wrote them. If you read his earlier books, it is obvious that Paul believed the opposite. He often included women in his churches (which was almost unheard of in his day) and he held women in an equal position. I am still finding my faith... whether I choose to find it in Christianity or elsewhere, it's my decision. But as I read in an earlier post on this guestbook, blind faith is NOT a bad thing. Even as I sit and wonder about my own beliefs, I realise faith is a beautiful thing. What is wrong with compassion and love? What is wrong with helping your fellow man? If for some people it takes blind faith to reach this point, so be it. But please do not mark someone wrong because of their beliefs...especially when you don't know for certain if your way is the right way. Because no one knows for sure. Let them have their faith, and you can have what you choose to have. Just please do not judge, and do not leave writings on here that are incorrect. All it would take is a little research... you should look into that.

Best, Ally

A Garrick <>
SC USA - Tuesday, May 07, 2002 at 19:54:44 (PDT)
Thank god for your site. These people cannot be trusted! They must be rooted out and exposed for what they are. This a great site for just having fun. I would tell all my friends to come here. Peace and love man!
Lisa Longlegs <>
USA - Tuesday, May 07, 2002 at 08:54:21 (PDT)
I would like to say that I am quite happy with this web page you run and find it very insightful into the nature of the problems in contemporary religion. It is refreashing to find a page on Deism that is not so belligerant towards other religions, such as and are. Please keep up the good work and don't be discouraged by the naysayers I have read below. They live with the fear of being wrong in their beliefs and dare not deviate least they be cast into hellfire. A sad way to live - always in fear.
Wilson <>
Hammond, IN USA - Tuesday, May 07, 2002 at 07:10:42 (PDT)
Good Job!! Keep it up. Finally someone with guts telling how it really is in East Tn. with the Fundamentalists and Plutocrats in their mutual lip lock 69. Keep up the good work! I'm a life long East Tennessean and you are truly telling it exactly as it is! THANK YOU!! - Larry D. Henderson
Larry David Henderson <>
Knoxville, Tn USA - Sunday, April 28, 2002 at 11:11:18 (PDT)