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Flintlocker
10-08-2012, 23:11
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2012/10/08/pastor-at-ryan-event-once-said-romney-is-not-a-christian/?

Clark spoke to CNN (http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2012/02/27/pastor-backing-santorum-claims-romney-is-not-a-christian/) about Romney’s Mormon faith after a February rally for Santorum in Lansing.

Asked if he believes Romney is a Christian, Clark answered: “No.”

countrygun
10-08-2012, 23:16
Gee one denomination doesn't like another:yawn:

Or someone doesn't like Romney

I've heard Black people say that Obama isn't really black.

I wonder when they will go at it like the Muslim sects do

:whistling:

Snowman92D
10-08-2012, 23:50
Asked if he believes Romney is a Christian, Clark answered: “No.”

Let us know what Clark says when they ask him if Romney is a Marxist.

Don't bother when they ask Clark the same thing about Obama. We already know.

LASTRESORT20
10-09-2012, 00:17
Good Grief!


Never mind!

Gunnut 45/454
10-09-2012, 00:25
Flintlicker
Still can't talk about Obamamoa's record of failure! I bet your just bitting your nails off when you saw the polls today showing Obamamoa about to loose in a landslide!:rofl: Kiss your socialist agenda good bye! Obamacare Good bye! :rofl:

Big Mad Dawg
10-09-2012, 01:43
Flintlicker
Still can't talk about Obamamoa's record of failure! I bet your just bitting your nails off when you saw the polls today showing Obamamoa about to loose in a landslide!:rofl: Kiss your socialist agenda good bye! Obamacare Good bye! :rofl:

Pray for this regardless of what your religious affiliation is. The end of Obama administration is a giant step to Americas healing and recovery.

stormspotter
10-09-2012, 06:04
Pray for this regardless of what your religious affiliation is. The end of Obama administration is a giant step to Americas healing and recovery.


Pray the prayer from Psalm 109, verse 8.

cowboy1964
10-09-2012, 07:09
Is Obama a Christian? No.

You're really running out of steam, Flintlocker.

JFrame
10-09-2012, 07:11
I'm trying to keep tabs on the lamest thread started by the OP.

So far, this one takes the cake -- but, of course, the day is still young.


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pugman
10-09-2012, 07:15
Good....and at the same time who cares.

The sooner the government stops making decisions based on [insert your religion of choice here*] the better off this country will be

*Right now I'm leaning towards Jedi myself

DonGlock26
10-09-2012, 07:22
You can't save Obama, Flint.

Bren
10-09-2012, 07:26
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2012/10/08/pastor-at-ryan-event-once-said-romney-is-not-a-christian/?

Clark spoke to CNN (http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2012/02/27/pastor-backing-santorum-claims-romney-is-not-a-christian/) about Romney’s Mormon faith after a February rally for Santorum in Lansing.

Asked if he believes Romney is a Christian, Clark answered: “No.”

I can certainly see his point. The Mormons have an entirely different belief in Jesus than the traditional Christians and the traditional Christians believe that to be false. They are almost as far apart as Christians and Jews or Christians and Muslims. I don't see an issue with a Christian not believing that Mormons are "Christians."

All religions believe the other religions to be false, so it's a question of whether Mormons are close enough to be a different interpretation, or far enough apart to be a different religion - since they have a different, post-New Testament book, like the Muslims, I agree that they are, more or less, a different religion.

Rabid Rabbit
10-09-2012, 07:39
I can certainly see his point. The Mormons have an entirely different belief in Jesus than the traditional Christians and the traditional Christians believe that to be false. They are almost as far apart as Christians and Jews or Christians and Muslims. I don't see an issue with a Christian not believing that Mormons are "Christians."

All religions believe the other religions to be false, so it's a question of whether Mormons are close enough to be a different interpretation, or far enough apart to be a different religion - since they have a different, post-New Testament book, like the Muslims, I agree that they are, more or less, a different religion.

Bingo. Exactly correct.

Bullwinkle J Moose
10-09-2012, 08:35
The OP stands to open a real can of worms for his false messiah when he tries to make the religion of the candidates an issue.

ModGlock17
10-09-2012, 09:08
The OP stands to open a real can of worms for his false messiah when he tries to make the religion of the candidates an issue.

A common practice among nations that turned to Communism, like those in eastern Europe and east Asia, is that there agents who practice campaigns of dis-information to others. These are beyond the political laundry, more like shameless lies. That's the onset of Socialism. Many threads started by f-Lint demonstrate that common denominator.

Paul7
10-09-2012, 09:11
I don't care if that pastor thinks Romney is a Christian or not, as long as he votes for him. We're not voting for pastor.

FFR Spyder GT
10-09-2012, 09:14
I can certainly see his point. The Mormons have an entirely different belief in Jesus than the traditional Christians and the traditional Christians believe that to be false. They are almost as far apart as Christians and Jews or Christians and Muslims. I don't see an issue with a Christian not believing that Mormons are "Christians."

All religions believe the other religions to be false, so it's a question of whether Mormons are close enough to be a different interpretation, or far enough apart to be a different religion - since they have a different, post-New Testament book, like the Muslims, I agree that they are, more or less, a different religion.

Bingo. Exactly correct.


+1!

Before this election almost all right-wingers claimed to be "Evangalical Christians" and now they never mention it.

Gee, did they lose Jesus somewhere along the way?

Just curious.

Spyder

JFrame
10-09-2012, 09:21
+1!

Spyder

Are you sure you didn't mean +/- 4.5? :dunno:


Even the Fox Noise polls has Obama ahead 46% to 44% with a 4.5% margin of error.

Let's see.............

46 + 4.5 = 50.5 = 51%

44 - 4.5 = 39.5 = 40%

Spyder


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Goaltender66
10-09-2012, 09:22
Are you sure you didn't mean +/- 4.5? :dunno:




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:rofl::rofl: :wavey:

JFrame
10-09-2012, 09:29
:rofl::rofl: :wavey:


:cheers:

An all-time classic... :supergrin:


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Rabid Rabbit
10-09-2012, 09:35
+1!

Before this election almost all right-wingers claimed to be "Evangalical Christians" and now they never mention it.

Gee, did they lose Jesus somewhere along the way?

Just curious.

Spyder

No, the only people that made a huge issue out of it was the MSM trying to make religion an issue. Seems they did the same thing with Catholics not too long ago.

Beware Owner
10-09-2012, 09:37
I think that religion would be too hot of a subject for Mitt to even touch.

GAFinch
10-09-2012, 09:59
At least he actually has a normal set of morals and isn't anti-Christian like that commie POS in office right now.

series1811
10-09-2012, 10:05
Oh, please, please, please tell us that the truth squadders here want to start talking about the candidate's preachers.

Pretty, pretty, pretty please! :supergrin:

Woofie
10-09-2012, 11:40
I can certainly see his point. The Mormons have an entirely different belief in Jesus than the traditional Christians and the traditional Christians believe that to be false. They are almost as far apart as Christians and Jews or Christians and Muslims. I don't see an issue with a Christian not believing that Mormons are "Christians."

All religions believe the other religions to be false, so it's a question of whether Mormons are close enough to be a different interpretation, or far enough apart to be a different religion - since they have a different, post-New Testament book, like the Muslims, I agree that they are, more or less, a different religion.

I have read before that until fairly recently the Mormons didn't consider themselves to be Christian.

professorpinki
10-09-2012, 11:52
I have read before that until fairly recently the Mormons didn't consider themselves to be Christian.
Really?


What's the mark of a Christian anyway?

Beware Owner
10-09-2012, 11:58
Really?


What's the mark of a Christian anyway?

Only using the Bible as his/her only authority is one.

Cavalry Doc
10-10-2012, 03:57
Oh, please, please, please tell us that the truth squadders here want to start talking about the candidate's preachers.

Pretty, pretty, pretty please! :supergrin:

Jeremiah Wrights version if Christianity is a lot more troubling than the Mormon version.

Anyone want to argue differently?

kirgi08
10-10-2012, 04:02
Not me.'08.

ModGlock17
10-10-2012, 05:08
Jeremiah Wrights version if Christianity is a lot more troubling than the Mormon version.

Anyone want to argue differently?

Just one of many proofs that God didn't come here to build a religion, men built religions to have influence and control over other men.

This election, however, is about finding a leader who can build America! I can careless about where he'd go to spend a few hours on Sundays.

Nevertheless, out of Mormonism and Muslim, I am pretty sure which one will produce the better president for America, particularly looking over the last 4 yrs.

professorpinki
10-10-2012, 06:46
Only using the Bible as his/her only authority is one.
Then why have preachers and popes with papal infallibility?

series1811
10-10-2012, 10:34
Jeremiah Wrights version if Christianity is a lot more troubling than the Mormon version.

Anyone want to argue differently?


The truth squadders don't want to go there. Talk about a rock and a hard place.

"We can prove Obama is not a Muslim. For twenty years he has attended a church pastored by a racist hate monger who passes himself off as a Christian." :supergrin:

Kablam
10-10-2012, 11:26
Before this election almost all right-wingers claimed to be "Evangalical Christians" and now they never mention it.

Gee, did they lose Jesus somewhere along the way?

Just curious.

Spyder

Is that so? Cite please. That's a complete lie, and if you don't know that, you are completely lost in the discussion of politics (as if it wasn't already obvious). You should really stop with the canned talking points from whatever liberal trash can you get them from.

Bullwinkle J Moose
10-10-2012, 17:13
... For twenty years he has attended a church pastored by a racist hate monger who passes himself off as a Christian." :supergrin:

And then showed his sincere conviction to his faith when he dropped his long time friend, church and preacher because his handlers told him they would hurt his chances to get elected.

Beware Owner
10-12-2012, 08:08
Then why have preachers and popes with papal infallibility?

I don't believe in that.