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2008-05-26 ZB1 Question about news item
2008-05-26 ZB1 YouTube possibiliies
2008-05-26 ZB1 2 Youtube atheist videos on atheism article. Time for Andy to be unleashed!
2008-05-26 ZB1 Put the Conservapedia YouTube video on GodTube
2008-05-26 ZB1 American Conservative Party

2 Youtube atheist videos on atheism article. Time for Andy to be unleashed!

conservative777 <>, Sun, 25 May 2008 21:35:34 -0700 (PDT):

There have been two atheists who have created videos on
Conservapedia's atheism article.

Here they are:

This atheist appears to be rattled:

I would like to see Andy get on YouTube and do a video on
Conservapedia's atheism article!

Here is why I would like to see Andy do a video on the Conservapedia
atheism article:

In 2007 WorldNetDaily feature a column by Chuck Norris which stated
the following regarding atheism and the internet:

“     Atheists are making a concerted effort to win the youth of America
and the world. Hundreds of websites and blogs on the Internet seek to
convince and convert adolescents, endeavoring to remove any residue of
theism from their minds and hearts by packaging atheism as the choice
of a new generation. While you think your kids are innocently surfing
the Web, secular progressives are intentionally preying on their
innocence and naivete.

What's preposterous is that atheists are now advertising and
soliciting on websites particularly created for teens. The London
Telegraph noted that, "Groups including Atheists for Human Rights and
Atheist Alliance International – 'Call 1-866-HERETIC' - are setting up
summer camps and an Internet recruiting campaign."

YouTube, the most popular video site on the Net for young people, is
one of their primary avenues for passing off their secularist

"Brian Macdonald" <>, Sun, 25 May 2008 23:41:17 -0500:

Just another small fact that we are living in the end times just prior to
the Rapture, Armageddon, and the Second Coming.

Just as atheists are trying to send young people to hell, we need to
concentrate on getting young people to Christ.  Since we now have more
attention devoted to the site, it's vital that we ensure the info we post on
Christianity, the Bible, Salvation, etc, is accurate, easy to understand,
and above all converts people.

On Sun, May 25, 2008 at 11:35 PM, conservative777 <>

"Philip Rayment" <>, Mon, 26 May 2008 18:55:35 +1000:

It's a "fact" that we are living "just prior to" those things?  No, that's a view of many, not a "fact".

Philip Rayment.

"Dan Holmes" <>, Mon, 26 May 2008 04:55:06 -0500:

I'll come out and admit it - I'm a preterist.

On Mon, May 26, 2008 at 3:55 AM, Philip Rayment <>

Temlakos <>, Mon, 26 May 2008 09:38:53 -0400:


I, of course, am a futurist. I see no era in history that qualifies as
"the thousand years of peace." I see no pair of leaders in history that
qualified as the first and second Beasts of Revelation 13. I see no
superpower in history that held sway over the entire habitable portion
of the world, and by that I mean every square inch of it. The Roman
Empire didn't hold sway over Serica (modern China), Japonica, or, of
course, Australia. I put it to you that no such world-dominating
superpower as is in view in Revelation 13 would even be theoretically
possible prior to the contact by the mechanized societies with the
decidedly non-mechanized societies of the Society Ridge in the Pacific
Ocean, and probably the fight in the Pacific Theater in World War Two.

Only now, with no more islands to chart, and every habitable land mass
known, can a world-governing federation fit the Bible bill.

Furthermore, I see that atheist and his two video responders as examples
of II Timothy 3:1-5.

I'll grant you that the United Nations is a joke. But the Beastly regime
will be no joke. The UN is a precursor to the idea of a transnational,
planet-uniting government. Having something like the UN in place is one
requirement for making such an idea acceptable to the public. It makes
people actually dream of such a thing being more than just a glorified
shouting-match forum. Then entertainers like Gene Roddenberry can
suggest that someday, somehow, such a thing will be made real--and not
merely for the Earth itself but also for hundreds of races that
"evolved" on other worlds in orbit around other suns.

And worse than that: in sharp contrast to the UN, Roddenberry's United
Federation of Planets had a unified armed force that had the full power
to enforce the will of that Federation against any member who proved
recalcitrant, in addition to engaging in combat against the forces of
other multi-stellar empires. That feature alone made acceptable the
notion of giving the United Nations a permanent standing army, navy, and
air and space forces. (That, therefore, is why we often need to have
articles on famous entertainers--on account of the philosophical dangers
they pose.)

On related subjects: I noticed in the text responses that people have
taken plenty of notice of Conservapedia and also of CreationWiki. Well!
It's nice to know that I make a difference in this world, given my
senior positions with both.


"Brian Macdonald" <>, Tue, 27 May 2008 01:44:14 -0500:

Sorry to correct you, Phillip, but these are indeed the Last Days before
Christ's return.  In fact, I think it would make a good article, expanded
with Biblical prophecy combined with an event of situation which would
indicate that prophecy had come true.  The rebirth of Israel, for instance;
the expansion and consolidation of Europe, the two indicators from Daniel
that we are in the end times, etc.

"Philip Rayment" <>, Tue, 27 May 2008 20:45:53 +1000:

People have been seeing indications of Jesus' imminent return for the past 2000 years.  At least two, perhaps three, different events have been claimed as the rebirth of Israel.  I'm not sure what the expansion and consolidation of Europe has to do with it, unless you are equating that with some prophecy.  But I can recall people claiming that the European Union was the ten kings of Revelation when it was being proposed that the EU be expanded to a membership of ten.  Now that figure has been surpassed, the people that claim that have to find a different reason.  The point is that it's often possible to imagine a connection with some prophecy, but that doesn't mean that it's the right connection.

Philip Rayment

Ed Poor <>, Tue, 27 May 2008 04:47:16 -0700 (PDT):

The problem with giving the UN a standing army is that it is a
parliament of whores. That is, a "democracy" of dictatorships and
tyrants. A lynch mob with a consensus to kill the innocent.

America should never make an agreement to abide by United Nations
policy. They have rigged the elections so that foxes are permitted a
vote on how to guard the henhouse. Cuba and Libya and the Sudan being
*ON* the human rights commission, instead of a target of it. You may
as well appoint a mafia chieftain as the head of the FBI.

These may be the last days, but I'm implacably opposed to mass murder,
and the UN has almost never done anything to stop it. Where were they
when Pol Pot was killing his own Cambodian citizens? Why did they
refuse to support the Canadian general in Rwanda?

If I sound bitter, it's because the last time I tried to have a
serious talk with an African man about world politics, I tactlessly
mentioned having watched "Hotel Rwanda". His wife burst into tears and
I was too embarrassed to continue.

Politics won't cure fallen nature. We need religion and religious
leaders to bind us back to God. We need to live the ethic of "love
your neighbor as yourself".

(End of sermon)

Rev. Ed Poor

2008-05-26 ZB1 Question about news item
2008-05-26 ZB1 YouTube possibiliies
2008-05-26 ZB1 2 Youtube atheist videos on atheism article. Time for Andy to be unleashed!
2008-05-26 ZB1 Put the Conservapedia YouTube video on GodTube
2008-05-26 ZB1 American Conservative Party

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