The Campaign For DA

4.02.2015

9/11 Was Retribution From God Because Of Abortions In America




Or so says First Baptist Church of Dallas pastor Robert Jeffress (who just might be turning into crazy Pat Robertson.)

Link.

How that Board of Deacons allow him to continue to embarrass that church is beyond comprehension.

40 comments:

Anonymous said...

That guy makes Lindsey Graham seem masculine.

Anonymous said...

I am SOOOOO glad I got away from the Baptists. You gotta love a denomination that decides on it's own, from day to day, what is and is not a sin.

Anonymous said...

There you have it conservatives. God hates America and supports terrorism.

Anonymous said...

And I LUV rainbows!

DF Rev. Jeffress

Mr. Mike Honcho said...

I thought God created us. And loved us, but hated our sin.

So why would He kill some of us because he is mad at us?

CT said...

Holy crap. What an idiot!

Anonymous said...

I'm not saying I agree with what the Preacher believes, but...

2,600 years ago, when Israel’s' sins became more detestable to God than their "pagan" neighbors (sacrificing children was at the top of the list), He allowed one of those neighboring nations to kill most of the people and enslave Israel and Judea.

Does history repeat itself?


The Mayan civilization disappeared, weren’t they an advanced society that was involved in child/human sacrifice?

True or False?
The earth is round.
We act civilized.
Killing the unborn is an act of compassion.
Sin does not bring consequences.
There is no punishment for rebellion and disobedience.
God has changed.

The most hated men on earth were God's prophets. False prophets were always the peoples’ favorites, telling them what they wanted to hear.

I would be very careful before pronouncing judgment on anyone, especially a preacher. I sure don't want to look up one day and have to explain why I was a party to the ridicule of one of His teachers, prophets or ministers. From what I read, "I didn't know" and "I didn't think" will be valid excuses.

When Sharia law becomes less offensive to God than the laws and behaviors of other nations, he might just allow and promote it in other countries, including America. Whether you believe it or not, Sharia is being implemented and executed in many nations across the world.

We may not all be guilty, but we’re damn sure not innocent!

Anonymous said...

11:48, I think you have Obammy confused with God.

Anonymous said...

The liberal way of thinking is the only way...if you don't agree with our belief system then you are an embarrasment to all true Americans everywhere. Capisce?

Anonymous said...

nut case for all the right reasons

Denney Crane said...

So, do we condemn others because we disagree with their beliefs, especially if they are not harmful?

They are no crazier than any other activist group out there, except they don't aggressively interfere with the lives of others.

Name me one person in all of history that was 100% right all the time.

Wurdkyle said...

Looks like his left eye is trying to abort his right eye.

Anonymous said...

We spend billions of dollars every year trying to prevent a terrorist attack on our country when all we really need is one man.

A man with a very special set of skills.

Anonymous said...

How that Board of Deacons allow him to continue to embarrass that church is beyond comprehension.

WTF I spewed my drink all over my desk for that stupid comment!

Look at the embarrassment you and the left have caused and you want to point fingers at someone else?

OMG what an idiot!

Anonymous said...

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Rage

Katy Anders said...

12:18: Not too sure about that. Yahweh says in genesis 18 that he won't destroy a place if there are at least 5 good people there.

Then, later, in Ezekiel 18, Yahweh essentially repeals Exodus 20. In Ezekiel 18, Yahweh says that Exodus 20 (about punishing your great grandkids for your sins) is no longer applicable. He says you’re only responsible for your own sins.

Yahweh says (and this I am not paraphrasing), “The one who has sinned is the one who must die. The upright will be credited with his uprightness and the wicked with his wickedness.”

“In the future, house of Israel, I shall judge each of you by what that person does – declares the Lord Yahweh.”

Obviously, this represents a prgoression of some sort - either in the Hebrew understaning of the notion of justice or else in Yahweh's handing out of justice.

In either case, it's clear that Yahweh is not going around blowing up cities after that because somebody sinned.

Triple Fake... said...

it appears as if he has the same kind of eye dysmorphia as the new Dallas County ADA. The left one is saying "sleepy time go byebye now", while the right one is saying "don't you give up on me now, man!"

Triple Fake Sammy Davis, Jr.

Anonymous said...

“In the future, house of Israel, I shall judge each of you by what that person does – declares the Lord Yahweh.”

And this is where (one of the places, anyway) the Church of Christ gets its doctrine of works.

Rage

Anonymous said...

And people didn't understand my version of the laying on of hands.

DF Rev. Jimmy Swaggart

Anonymous said...

Katy,

Yahweh spared them because Abraham interceded for them. It was a one time deal.

The word speaks of future days:

'"I looked up and saw a horse whose color was pale green. Its rider was named Death, and his companion was the Grave. These two were given authority over one-fourth of the earth, to kill with the sword and famine and disease and wild animals."

"And a great earthquake struck—the worst since people were placed on the earth. The great city of Babylon split into three sections, and the cities of many nations fell into heaps of rubble. So God remembered all of Babylon’s sins, and he made her drink the cup that was filled with the wine of his fierce wrath. And every island disappeared, and all the mountains were leveled."

"She glorified herself and lived in luxury, so match it now with torment and sorrow.
She boasted in her heart,
‘I am queen on my throne.
I am no helpless widow,
and I have no reason to mourn.’
Therefore, these plagues will overtake her in a single day—
death and mourning and famine.
She will be completely consumed by fire,
for the Lord God who judges her is mighty.”
And the kings of the world who committed adultery with her and enjoyed her great luxury will mourn for her as they see the smoke rising from her charred remains.'

Does that sound like God's plans a happy ending for the majority of the world?

Anonymous said...

In either case, it's clear that Yahweh is not going around blowing up cities after that because somebody sinned.

Yahweh doesn't have to blow up anything. Left to our own devices, we do it instinctively, throughout almost every generation.

All Yahweh has to do is remove his protection and allow the ruler of this world to kill, steal and destroy.

There is no rapture in the Bible. Christians will suffer along with everyone else. Sorry if that ruins anyones' plans.

Katy Anders said...

2:55: No. Yahweh did NOT spare them because Abraham interceded for them. Yahweh destroyed the city.

Anonymous said...

Revelations is supposed to be read literally?

Next you'll tell me that Genesis is, too, and that the earth is about 6,000 years old.

mzchief said...

Anyone who worships a psychotic God, they believe will kill random people, are a bit psychotic, themselves.

I can't imagine God is very happy with all the nutters declaring they know the mind of God.

The Big Book of Myths and Fables, everyone is sooo eager to quote, was written by men, with the intention of controlling the behaviour of the ignorant masses.

If people honestly believe God was responsible for 9/11, they need to find a better God.

Anonymous said...

Dang it! I'm late! What time did the Bible study begin? Are there any donuts left?

And Denney... I'm surprised no one has offered Wordkyle as the "100% right, 100% of the time" guy. Of course, then he'd jump on here with links to several instances when he admitted being wrong. But still...

Anonymous said...

Doesn't God know who will get an abortion? Why doesn't God just stop them from getting pregnant in the first place? Why does God abort so many babies through miscarriage? Why can't God open a car door when a kid is dying from being left in a hot car? If God loves kids so much, wouldn't that be a whole lot easier than flying planes into buildings?

Anonymous said...

We need a good snake handling to settle this.

DF Sarah Palin

Anonymous said...

454,

It is called free will. We are left to make our own decisions, and mistakes.

You seem to believe the entire game is the life you have been given. That everything that matters is right here, right now. You would be wrong.

What is important is how you handle the issues your have been assigned, which determines how the rest of your eternity will go.

Try, attempt, worry, mourn...do the best you can. Leave the rest to the Lord. Bad things are going to happen, and they are supposed to happen.

Anonymous said...

What an idiot! Somedays, it is hard to be a non-religious conservative.

Anonymous said...

mz,

Run along and enjoy your many earthly treasures.

Eat drink and be merry.

We will talk, in the blink of an eye.

Anonymous said...

God does not judge or punish us in this life...it will come later.

Anonymous said...

Jesus Christ?

Anonymous said...

Absolutely!

Anonymous said...

Hey Barry, do you know why Baptists don't make love standing up?...............because someone might think they're dancing!

mzchief said...

According to Robert Jeffress, Radical Islamists are an instrument of God and merely doing God's biding because the United States and other nations aren't living up to the standards set forth by Jeffress' version of the Christian religion. You do realize, the Radical Islamists have been saying, all along, that the atrocities they commit are God's will and at the direct command of God, right? Jeffress just validated the justification Radical Islamists give for jihad against the west and/or anyone who doesn't follow the religion of Radical Islam.

"All you have to do is look in history to see what God does with a nation that sanctions the killing of its own children," he said. "Just look at the nation of Israel ... Because they got involved in the worship of Moloch, the pagan god, and they sacrificed their children on the altar, what did God do? He raised up the godless Babylonians and Assyrians to bring judgement on his own people."

"People ask me all the time," Jeffress continued, "'Well, I just don't understand why God wouldn't protect our nation and he would allow these radical Muslims in 2001 to kill 3,000 of our citizens and why God doesn't protect us. Surely, God doesn't use pagans to bring judgment upon his own people, does he?'"

"Just read the Bible," he said. "God will not allow sin to go unpunished and he certainly won't allow the sacrifice of children to go unpunished."

~Robert Jeffress

Religions, that insist EVERYONE is required to follow the dogma of "their" religion are a danger to ALL of humanity and should be banned. Religions that acknowledge that the dogma of that specific religion is meant to be followed by the adherents of that specific religion, are just fine.

Like I said before. Any god that kills random people, because of the actions/sins of other people, is psychotic and not a god with which I care to associate.

Katy Anders said...

mzchief nailed it.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of nailing something...

Hi Katy!

Anonymous said...

Mzchief is a miserable, misguided, pseudo intellectual that couldn't even answer a simple question such as "which came first the chicken or the egg?"

Anonymous said...

@ 10:43

You not liking MzChief doesn't mean crap since everything she said here is right.

Anonymous said...

Do not discount the possibility that you, yourself may be wrong. There is the remote possibility that Jeffress is correct.

The actions of Radical Islamists may not be at God's direction, but God has certainly allowed the murder, rape, torture and evil which is common during most every "war" in history.

Concerning Jeffress' & Falwell's words and beliefs: killing or condemning God's prophets have not changed the outcome of the messages. God allows history to decide the validity, seldom in one's lifetime.

Modern man has convinced himself he can do anything and doesn't need God; becoming a God himself. Historically, God has a problem with this attitude.

Even if God revealed himself to us, there would still be deniers, unbelievers and those who would rebel against his authority.

Face it, 1/3 of heaven, who actually knew and saw God, was exiled because of pride, disobedience and rebellion. Who are mere humans to decide if God's will is just?