Creation Museum opening draw protests,

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  1. TC

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    It truly shows what is in the heart of evolutionists....

    When you crowd God out... you allow hate in.
     
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    As usual it seems that many of the protestors are ignorant of AiG's actual positions and the basis of those positions (both Biblical and scientific). These protestors would like to bring an end to freedom of speech in this country. They wish to shut someone down simply because they don't agree with their positions.
     
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    Anyone on the board planning a visit to the museum? I'm curious as to what it is like...
     
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    If I lived closer, I would. If for nothing else, because these protestors want their free speech rights, but don't want any opposing views to have the same rights.

    If you teach your children about God and creation, you're a terrorist and a child abuser? I hope that these folks never have to find out first hand what real terrorism and real child abuse looks like.

    That one man sounded like he would have forcibly taken the $27 million donated by people from around the world if he was able. What business is it of his if people wanted to contribute their own money towards this?

    It's funny how free speech always sounds great to the extremists until someone gives a differing viewpoint from their own. Then they protest, call names, and try to stop them.

    Now, let's all sing the Tolerance Song.
     
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    I think we need an Alchemy Museum. Let's all learn about the four elements; earth air, fire, and water. I'd also like to visit a Flat Earth Museum. The Bible talks about the four corners of the earth, so it is a flat square. I don't care what those silly astronomers and geologists think they know.
     
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    While I have no plans of visiting the museum, nor of letting AiG get a penny of my money, if private investors gave the money to open an alchemy museum or a flat, square earth museum, they should be permitted to open, and because they are a part of our society, deserve police protection from vandals.

    Now, I have read a lot of AiG's literature, so I don't plan on darkening their doorway, but they have every right to spout their ignorance to the world, and I support that right.
     
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    We are in agreement on that. Also, people have a right to protest. I would strongly object to the government limiting either right.
     
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    Threats to bring guns is not protest, but terrorism....
     
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    So Tim, you favor ... gasp ... GUN CONTROL??? You flaming commie liberal you!!

    Seriously though, threatening and intimidating with guns is illegal. Well, in Kentucky, I'm not so sure. ;)
     
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    :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: That makes twice this week I have been called a liberal!

    I may have to consider this!
     
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    Come to the dark side my son. Join me, and I will complete your training.
     
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    Nope - just the extremists. That is tantamount to lumping in all Christians with those of Westboro Baptist Church.

    And we will always have room for you over here on the left, TinyTim.

    Regards,
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    Thanks for the invite.. but I would not be a good liberal...

    I like Bush too much!!! lol

    OH Boy, did I just say that?
     
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    Maybe we do. The alchemists were right in their biggest endeavor-- mercury can be turned into gold. Just yank out one little proton. It's possible.

    I remember learning alot about each of these in school.

    Colloquially speaking, we have that out on the plains... miles and miles of earth which is flat (or might as well be, for our purposes).

    Yeah, and we sure better find out where those corners are; since that's where we're supposed to take the gospel.

    I don't either. The same goes for astrologists and geonomers.

    While we're on this line of thought, let's begin a campaign, that may result in a lawsuit, to get New Mexico to change its state flag: http://www.50states.com/flag/nmflag.htm
    It is an official state symbol which is respecting particualr religious beliefs-- the "giver" of life, as believed by many "native Americans" and his gifts in their sets of 4; the 4 directions, the 4 seasons, the day divided into 4 parts, and a lifetime divided into 4 parts. But if it is ruled that this is legally permissable, then let's change other state flags to have crosses, <><'s, et al.
     
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    No, you'd fit in quite well!

    True conservatives don't like Bush! :thumbs:
     
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    Actually, the Bible speaks of the CIRCLE of the Earth:

    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Isaiah 40:22 (KJV)---"It is he that sitteth upon the circle of the earth, and the inhabitants thereof are as grasshoppers; that stretcheth out the heavens as a curtain, and spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in"[/FONT]
     
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    Since someone (besides me) saw fit to continue this thread after 3 weeks of silence, I will re-ask my question:

    While we're on this line of thought, let's begin a campaign, that may result in a lawsuit, to get New Mexico to change its state flag: http://www.50states.com/flag/nmflag.htm
    It is an official state symbol which is respecting particualr religious beliefs-- the "giver" of life, as believed by many "native Americans" and his gifts in their sets of 4; the 4 directions, the 4 seasons, the day divided into 4 parts, and a lifetime divided into 4 parts. But if it is ruled that this is legally permissable, then let's change other state flags to have crosses, <><'s, et al.
     

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