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2.15.2006

Cutting Off Baby Arm Trial Update

The defense team did something brilliant today, they called as a witness the pastor of Dena Schlosser, the lady who admittedly cut of the arms of her baby. (She's on trial for capital murder in Collin County). The pastor of the Water of Life Church , Doyle Davidson, is a nutcase who proclaimed that "mental illness is caused by demons". And he pointed out that Schlosser attended the church up to five times a week. Genius: Call the witness as a regular guy and let the jury figure out how this important figure in Schlosser's life is crazy. It bolsters the insanity defense. (And there is nothing tricky or deceiving about this, it's the actual facts). But I loved the Fox 4 News report tonight when the reporter ask the pastor if he had ever seen a demon. "Yes," he said. "It was about four to five feet tall. Four or so inches in diameter. Just standing on his tail and wiggling like this [as he motioned]. Talking to me. Threatening me." I think the demon said, "Put down the whiskey bottle."

45 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well bsg READ YOUR BIBLE!

Anonymous said...

I agree with the above Barry if you would only read your Bible

comment4U said...

Good grief...that has nothing to do with Barry. Or his Bible.

Severely charismatic Christians are just like the radical Muslims, nutjob Mormons w/32 children trying to repopulate earth, and the Shirley McLains of the world.

My mother always called the crazed, wild-eye'd "demon"'ers the "Marshmallow Christians." You'd have to have marshmallows for brains to seriously believe that stuff....

Anonymous said...

Well comment4u maybe you need to read your bible.Do you believe in the Bible? If you do how can you say what you did?

Now Im not saying what she did was by a demon. But they are real, just read your Bible

Anonymous said...

Good grief? barry was the one making fun of the Pastor! You can choose to make fun of it but the truth is the truth they are real demons. Just read the WORD

comment4U said...

UGH! Of course, I read/believe my Bible. Have you ever read ANYthing else I've ever said??

I'm saying that the "christian" idiots who claim that demons wham into them, and "make them" do things are NOT Christians. They are souls in jeopardy...God does NOT allow some underling demon to enter a Child of His, who, in turn, viciously murders her own. Only to return to the prayer bench thereafter.

God believes in owning things...like, we're all crummy, He's a cavern's depth better than us all...and alot tougher than squirrely demons. "The Devil Made Me Do It" is bs. And, yeah, I go salty when I'm irritated.

Nutjobs are nutjobs are nutjobs. Her pastor is a Marshmallow Nutjob.

Anonymous said...

really? SO what your saying is that we have no control? God control's everything?

Anonymous said...

Responses to this item demonstrate how many hold these goofy beliefs. Barry, maybe the jury has some of these impressionable mush heads on it. Can you say hung jury?

bigcatdaddy said...

Comment4u....I actually agree with you for once on your last post. I believe some of the radical christians out there are nutcases.

For those of you that are wondering, I have been a member of the United Methodist Church for over 20 years.

Anonymous said...

......nutcase preachers. What else is new? Jim Jones comes to mind.

....Barry just enjoys stirring us up about legal/religious issues.

...good idea. Keeps us awake.

....him too!

Anonymous said...

UMC? Whew big deal

the UMC moto is hey if it feels good do it! I went to a all county Thankgiving service a few yrs back at the 1st Bp church in Decatur the speaker was from 1st UMC in Decatur. I have never heard such crap in my life! I wonder if that man is really saved!

I will agree that there are some nutcase's out there no doubt.

But the comment I made demons are for real Jesus cast many of of people one person in the Bible had over 600 demons in him.

We open the door to the spirit world by the things we do, drugs, drinking,horoscope's etc...

I do believe a Christian can oppresed by a demon.

gofish said...

I do believe that Satan is real and is trying to get us to turn away from God. I do believe there are demons we battle. I also believe in the Holy Spirit and the power we receive from it to overcome temptations.

That said, I can't go along with demons being 4 feet tall and all. I don't believe they are real creatures that snatch us up and I think that preacher of her's is a little loose in the head.

comment4U said...

Oh, we have ALOT of control. It's called freethinking, the power of CHOICE. And, in this case, Crappy Mother CHOSE to cut her baby's arms off of her little body, as she CHOSE to listen to some demon's whisperings...after she CHOSE to visit her nutty 'preacher' five times a week and consult about 4 foot bogeymen.

Easier to say "the devil made me do it," than to admit that, perhaps, you're the very devil you're so afraid of. And, I would bet, and firmly agree on, that the little girl saw a demon within her last moments. Her own mother.

Crazy finger pointers make me want to hang out w/Dick Cheney. And, you know, there's nothing wrong w/Methodists, while we're on the topic. We just don't hide in a closet while we have that nightcap & sway to a little jazz.

Anonymous said...

comment4u
Please make up your mind ok! God does not allow, He's in control, no wait we are in control?

Anonymous said...

I have to agree with gofish. We face "demons" or better yet, "choices" every day of our life. There are Christians and there are sick people. And, sometimes there are sick Christians. This woman is sick, sick, sick. Since they are not seeking the death penalty, which I am not a true believer in, then she needs to be put away somewhere with no chance of parole. There is no defense in taking a helpless child's life, none whatsoever. And, just for the record, I am also a Methodist and don't do "what feels good".

comment4U said...

God doesn't allow devoted souls to be TAKEN and whisked off by little demons--HELLO?! Once you're saved, you're always saved. Willynillies, you're on your own.

And try as you may, you're not going to be able to twist me. Now, I AM Methodist, so you might just drive me to a mimosa, this fine Thursday morning....

Anonymous said...

I guess you were not at the meeting
4u. The pastor was a nut case

Anonymous said...

I was there at the meeting also! Man he was a nut case his name was Rusty Hedges We were all talking about it after the service. A nut case!

He was always in the mess they had a full page age in the paper BLESSING THE DOGS what a load of crap.

Anonymous said...

4u. saved or not saved is not in question here. If you open the door to them they will come

Anonymous said...

I was at that meeting as well, I have to say that preacher if you want to call him that he was a nut case! He preached a load of crap that night!

gofish said...

I don't think bashing the Methodist minister over the head is going to help make your plea. I'm confident I don't agree with some of what he teaches and never took my dogs for a blessing but I don't see that beating him up (verbally or otherwise) does much to convince people they ought to attend church somewhere else.

I'd also suggest laying off a little on the people here. You never know when one of them may turn into a demon, spin their heads and spew bile at you. :)

bigcatdaddy said...

I'm going to ruffle a few Baptists feathers here....but I don't really care. The whole business of "getting saved" by standing up before the congregation and giving some testimonial about how Jesus has saved you is a load of crap.

Methodists do not do that. WE believe that Jesus dying on the cross 2000 years ago was sufficient enough to save all of God's children without having some life changing experience.

Anonymous said...

amen bigcat, amen.

Anonymous said...

WOW catdaddy don't believe that!
you must turn from your ways and be a disciple! your statement does not line up with the Bible.

So what your saying is that everybody is saved?

gofish said...

I agree that Christ's death was sufficient bcd but we are also taught that we must accept Christ as our Savior and be baptized. There is logic in all of it but it is because of faith that we would follow God's commands.
I'm not trying to ruffle any feathers nor am I Baptist.

Anonymous said...

I don't buy all this religious garbage. I do accept the primary principals of civilized living like being kind to each other, no lying, treat others as you would be treated and not stealing from or killing others, and taking care of the less fortunate. If you do these things, you will feel better and so will your society. No spooky religion with ghosts, devils and angels is necessary. Cheers to all.

gofish said...

That's the great thing about God 4:01 - it's your choice. You can accept Him or deny Him. I do believe in a Heaven and a Hell. I'm guessing you don't. One day we will know if they do exist or we will be oblivious to them if they don't. I have faith that there is a God, that He sent His son to die for us and only through His death do I have hope of salvation. I hope you will come to believe that also. I can't condemn you because of your beliefs since I believe only God has that power but I will tell you that I am concerned for you and that I will pray that whoever you are, you will decide to follow God. If not, again, it is your choice to make just as I have made my choice in what to believe. Cheers to you also.

Anonymous said...

Amen gofish

Anonymous said...

Hey Bigcatdaddy i have a question that I would like to ask you. If you believe that could you please show that to me in the Bible?

Your comment @ 12:26 where we are all saved Please show me in the Word Of God where it says that please I would like to know where it is in the Bible.

Thanks

Anonymous said...

Newsflash!!! Not all that is true is in the Bible! In fact the Bible is a compilation of various fairy tales intended to shape civil action. Believe if it makes you feel better - but that doesn't make it true. Now, where are those lightning bolts?

Anonymous said...

Ephesians 2: 8,9

For by grace are you saved through faith, that not of yourselves, it is a gift of God, not of works, lest any man should boast.

Anonymous said...

News Flash you are WRONG!!! The Bible is the only truth

fluff said...

This whole blog is amazingly UNBELIEVABLE! Nothing like a bit of religion, politics, or sexual orientation to bring out the best and worst in you folks.

Anonymous said...

Hey catdaddy where are u?

LoveLit said...

Frank Peretti wrote a couple of books regarding the spiritual world and the incessant battle that is being waged between angels and demons. They're amazing books, considered ficton, but based on the true spiritual world around us. They're called "This Present Darkness" and "Piercing the Darkness". For those of you who have trouble reading and believing the Bible, at least read these. They're not preachy...but they will cause you to ponder the true existence of the spiritual world. The Bible has no substitute, but I think so many are filled with apprehension and fear concerning what the Bible has to say that they'd rather dismiss it than take the chance of feeling convicted. I, for one, would rather shout from the rooftops that I'm not perfect and a sinner saved by grace, than I would feel like I'm "good enough", yet doubt where I'm going when I die.

And comment4u...I'm totally with ya on this one. Just because one holds the position of pastor does not mean they're ummm, all there.

bigcatdaddy said...

News Flash....the Bible is not the exact word of God. The Bible was translated from Hebrew...which any well-educated person knows....translates very poorly into English.

Anonymous said...

Do WHAT catdaddy? Where did you here that?

You did not answer my question yet?

Anonymous said...

What really makes me mad is that people leave comments on this blog about God,Bible etc... say they are a christian etc... Im not judging here but if you post a comment and you know nothing about the Bible say so, and say this is what I think.

We are all God's creation but not all are His Children.

Anonymous said...

catdaddy is a good point to look at. He does not have a clue about the Bible if he did he would not leave a comment like that.

Anonymous said...

loveit I agree with you! On the pastor comment.also just because someone says there a christian doesn't mean they are one!

bigcatdaddy said...

You mean you are denying the fact that the Bible was translated from Hebrew???? You think they spoke English back then???

Anonymous said...

Never said that catdaddy.
You still will not answer my question why not?

bigcatdaddy said...

Why not what?

Anonymous said...

This could truly go on forever.

bigcatdaddy said...

Yes it could...but I would win.

Y'all have fun with this for the rest of the day. I gotta go to work and I won't be back online until after midnight.