On Wed, 17 Sep 2008 14:05:46 -0500,
"H.E. Eickleberry, Jr." msn.com> wrote:
> "(¯`·.¸Craig Chilton¸.·´¯) -- NO FACTS Support the RRR Cult's
> Loathsome Agendas!" mchsi.com> wrote:
>> "H.E. Eickleberry, Jr." msn.com> wrote:
>>> "(¯`·.¸Craig Chilton¸.·´¯) mchsi.com> wrote:
>>>> This Resource Post is refreshed from time to time.
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>>>> The DEFINING Flaw of the RRR Cultists
>>> YOUR flaws OUTSTRIP THOSE OF MOST EVERY CATHOLIC WHO
>>> EVER LIVED.
>> PSSSssssttttt.... Ike. You're doing that immature *shouting* thing
>> again. How old are you -- about seven?
I overestimated that. That sort of screaming and petulance is usually
outgrown before reaching the age of three.
>> As for those "flaws" you just mentioned, the article really covers
>> just ONE -- and the vast majority of Catholics do NOT have it. There
>> are around 100 million Catholics in America -- and there are only around
>> 15 million RRR Cult lemmings. The majority of whome are delusional
>> Protestants, and PSEUDO-Protestants. Thus, the vast majority of
>> Catholics in the USA are very SENSIBLE, and generally-intelligent people.
> Gee, let me guess: THE WHORES WHO ADVOCATE (rather than tolerate)
> THE WICKEDNESS OF HOMOSEXUALITY are the BAD GUYS, right?
Still screeching, I see. Tsk.
(1) Homosexuality is NO more "wicked" than heterosexuality, since
variations of sexual orientation are NORMAL.
(2) Being a vigorous opponent of hateful bigotry and discrimination
against people over TRIVIALITIES is doing the *opposite* of
showing love and compassion to one's neighbors. And the latter
is what Jesus *commanded* His followers to do.
(3) IF one were to ascribe any validity to the criticisms leveled at
homosexuality by a FEW writers in the Bible, that would be
outstripped by those who disregard and break any of the Ten
Commandments. Homosexuality is NOT covered in the Big Ten.
LYING *is*. And outside of the Ten Commandments, we see
RRR Cultists hypocritically looking away from practices other
than homosexuality that are *strongly* condemned in the
Bible. Such as fortune telling, Tarot Card playing, and playing
with Ouija boards -- all of which are attempts to divine the
future. And trying to communicate with the dead -- which
could be Ouija Boards again, or going to mediums/seances.
(4) Almost without exception, people who OPPOSE discrimination
and bigotry are the GOOD guys.
> Woe unto them that draw iniquity with cords of vanity, and sin as it
> were with a cart rope, that say, Let him make speed, and hasten his work,
> that we may see it: and let the counsel of the Holy One of Israel draw nigh
> and come, that we may know it!
So far, so good. I don't have anything to do with "iniquity." Other
than oppose it. Hate is iniquity.
> Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for
> light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for
A perfect fit for the RRR Cultists, who think being hateful toward
people for no good reason is just DANDY.
> Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own
Again, that's a good fit for the RRR Cultists, who THINK they are
wise, but in fact are the opposite, and they act like enforcer wanna-bes
vis-a-vis society, in direct violation of 1 Cor. 5:12-13. The Bible
neither authorized or appointed a GESTAPO.
> Woe unto them that are mighty to drink wine, and men of strength to
> mingle strong drink, which justify the wicked for reward, and take away the
> righteousness of the righteous from him!
Not to worry. The strongest thing I drink is Mountain Dew. The soda
pop -- not the moonshine.