It never fails to amuse (or sometimes disgust me) to see the accusation of "liberal" tossed out during a disagreement. The first time it was said of me, I was offended. Me? A liberal? I've come to terms with it. I'm a liberal, and by the quotes listed above, you can take that to mean anything from someone who doesn't like conservatives, to someone who likes conservatives, or perhaps someone who uses an MN, or someone who doesn't, or perhaps I attend movies. Then again, not being liberal is pretty liberal, unless, of course, you're so liberal that you're an "organ of liberalism". (my personal favorite) I plan on continuing to collect these quotes when I see them. Enjoy, and I hope that it can bring a smile to your face to see how silly we can be. (and perhaps we have set a new record for the number of definitions one word can have!) 1. Liberal "Christians" need to keep their mouth shut because they are a disgrace towards Bible Christianity. 2. I am not so sure Pres. Bush was acting within the Law himself. (I am not saying he violated the Law like some Liberals in that I am no expert on this but I do question whether he did) I think spying on citizens within the country should only be done under court authority lest we become like North Korea. 3. That is absolute nonsense, Ken. I do not think that you are a conservative isolationist as you pose. I think that you are a liberal who wants a weak executive, a worthless man who will tiptoe around Osama Bin Laden and worry about the civil rights of Hitler and Stalin. 4. Saying the scripture forbids drinking is liberal religionism, not to mention legalism. 5. Mike, you will find out soon enough that this board on the average is a hyper liberal board. They are FOR christians who drink, smoke, attend movies, dances, bars and smoke dope on occasion. 6. I will ask the question again. Does anyone seriously believe that Swindoll, LaHaye, or Macarthur fellowships with liberals? If they don't, they are historic fundamentalists of the 1920s stripe! 7. But with all the liberals coming out stating just about anything you feel like doing is ok, I guess the responses are expected. The standard is the standard it does not move and is not looking for loopholes if it is not ok for a christian to gamble in Texas then it is not ok for them in any other place. 8. IF we are going to include "hyperfundamentalism" as a potential great enemy of truth, should we not also include liberalism, which is antithesis of hyperfundamentalism. Either extreme is a "clear and present danger" to truth. MH, you mentioned in jest the SBC, but the reality is that some within the SBC along with the ABC, and other liberal Baptist entities have been organs of liberalism and are even now spewing out their false message in the name of truth. 9. You did, however, refer to KJVOism as "Truth", leading one do believe you are. Comparing KJVOism to truth is grossly liberal. 10. Many who are so liberal in their views to think they can continue in sin after making a profession of faith, for instance. 11. Christ is the only way. Just because someone is a Jew doesn't mean they are automatically saved. Seems like only the liberals would call it heresy. Am I right? 12. I think it is interesting that the TNIV is not getting much attention. I guess political correctness does not belong in the translation room. I am quite suprised they went ahead and published it. Of course, there are probably a lot of liberal churches (non-Baptist OF COURSE!) who are purchasing them by the truck-load. 13. Why would the authority of the Bible be a volatile issue? Isn't that what caused most of the separation in the Baptist camps from the liberal idea of a fallible Bible? 14. I'm amazed how all these liberal MVOist who support James R. White refuse to answer hard questions. LOL!!!!