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    Quote Originally Posted by Molon Labe View Post
    And I don't disagree that some of the dominionists are out of control. It's just that there is no dissent in Muslim dominated countries for theological law.
    I guess for me it's that Christians today don't tend to cut your head off and put it in a bowling bag if you don't like their stance on marriage or pornography.
    there is no such thing as a dominionist. It's an artificial construct of the left to castigate Conservative Christians who actually live their faith. BTW - you sound an awful lot like cold warrior of late . . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlaGator View Post
    Wilbur doesn't believe that churches should organize and participate in society outside of the doors of their sanctuaries. He believes that Christians should just sit quietly and let things happen around them and never, ever express an opinion on something that might have its basis in Christian morality. We may be citizens of the United States but Wilbur is of the opinion that once we affiliate with a Christian church we give up all rights in participating in society or expressing how we see society should be. Gays can do this under the rule of Wilbur. See they have a right to express their opinions and can vote their opinions to change the nature of the fabric of society. See, Wilbur doesn't have hypocritical views; he just wants us to accept uber justice for those he feels deserves it.
    That's probably the best way I've heard it put about some Christian Bashers. Not saying Wilbur is...but it's just impossible to have people believe that we aren't supposed to be an society devoid of religion in the public sector.


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    there is no such thing as a dominionist. It's an artificial construct of the left to castigate Conservative Christians who actually live their faith. BTW - you sound an awful lot like cold warrior of late . . . .
    I doubt that. Unfortunately I have first hand experience. I'm related to inlaws who very much fit the Dominionist label. I'm a Christian too...but as to agreeing with what they invision the U.S. becoming, we part ways.

    You'll have to explain your last point bit better....I'm a little tone deaf when it comes to people using ad hominems as a substitute for an intelligent argument. It usually speaks to lack of ideas.
    Besides...I'll take it as a compliment. At least CW made a coherent effective argument.....even if everyone disagreed with him. When you have an actual point or an original thought, then I might listen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Molon Labe View Post
    I doubt that. Unfortunately I have first hand experience. I'm related to inlaws who very much fit the Dominionist label.
    even so - it's an artificial label created by the left to castigate those Christians who actually live and practice they faith they profess.
    I'm a Christian too...but as to agreeing with what they invision the U.S. becoming, we part ways.
    So that makes them dominionists?
    You'll have to explain your last point bit better....I'm a little tone deaf when it comes to people using ad hominems as a substitute for an intelligent argument. It usually speaks to lack of ideas.
    Besides...I'll take it as a compliment. At least CW made a coherent effective argument.....even if everyone disagreed with him. When you have an actual point or an original thought, then I might listen.
    Well I'm glad to see that CW is still here among us. Are you gonna start braying now too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    even so - it's an artificial label created by the left to castigate those Christians who actually live and practice they faith they profess.
    So that makes them dominionists?
    Well I'm glad to see that CW is still here among us. Are you gonna start braying now too?
    Created by whom specifically please?
    Sorry...I can't relate. I'm not into conspiracy theories of the left or right.

    And yes...it makes them dominionists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Molon Labe View Post
    Created by whom specifically please?
    Sorry...I can't relate. I'm not into conspiracy theories of the left or right.

    And yes...it makes them dominionists.
    what exactly are the doctrines of dominionism? Can you show me a dominionist site? I mean one made by dominionists? How about a single prodominionst publication? I mean if there are dominionists out there - there must be people advocating Dominionism right? It's a BS construct of the left for people who live their faith.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    what exactly are the doctrines of dominionism? Can you show me a dominionist site? I mean one made by dominionists? How about a single prodominionst publication? I mean if there are dominionists out there - there must be people advocating Dominionism right? It's a BS construct of the left for people who live their faith.
    Look....I'll make it real simple. It's a title or a label. No one calls themselves that..but that's exactly what it amounts to.
    As a Christian I've done my research and I understand the difference between practicing faith and those who wish to do otherwise. I practice my faith just fine without having you made a criminal because you will not kneel before my God or you wish to live with a woman out of wedlock.
    Those things are God's to handle....not mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Molon Labe View Post
    Look....I'll make it real simple. It's a title or a label. No one calls themselves that..but that's exactly what it amounts to.
    What it amounts to is people on the left placing a label on conservative Christians with the intent of demonizing them and creating fear. OH NOES! The CHRISTIANS ARE COMING TO FORCE US ALL TO CONVERT!!!111!!!111!111111!!!1111
    As a Christian I've done my research and I understand the difference between practicing faith and those who wish to do otherwise. I practice my faith just fine without having you made a criminal because you will not kneel before my God or you wish to live with a woman out of wedlock.
    Those things are God's to handle....not mine.
    Don't confuse advocacy for morality with a theological doctrine. So they're fundies. Big deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    what exactly are the doctrines of dominionism? Can you show me a dominionist site? I mean one made by dominionists? How about a single prodominionst publication? I mean if there are dominionists out there - there must be people advocating Dominionism right? It's a BS construct of the left for people who live their faith.
    See some dominionists in action by watching the Jesus Camp documentary. Check out 10 minutes in when the lady praises the way the indoctrinate kids into Islam in Pakistan and Afghanistan :mad:

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...Q&q=jesus+camp
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    The kids leaving those Madrasa's know their faith inside and out. Give credit where credit is due.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlaGator View Post
    Wilbur doesn't believe that churches should organize and participate in society outside of the doors of their sanctuaries. He believes that Christians should just sit quietly and let things happen around them and never, ever express an opinion on something that might have its basis in Christian morality.
    No... but it shouldn't be treated virtuous when a group of people advocates government enforcement of a particular belief.. and the foundational justification for the action is little more than some alleged holy book that they believe is gods word or something else equally divorced from practical reality.

    This type of thing is so evident in the gay marriage issue... sure there are a few very flimsy justifications that were conjured up after the fact, to make the it seem like there is some sort of practical objective reason for banning it, but nothing with any sort of teeth.

    We may be citizens of the United States but Wilbur is of the opinion that once we affiliate with a Christian church we give up all rights in participating in society or expressing how we see society should be. Gays can do this under the rule of Wilbur. See they have a right to express their opinions and can vote their opinions to change the nature of the fabric of society. See, Wilbur doesn't have hypocritical views; he just wants us to accept uber justice for those he feels deserves it.
    You don't operate on faith when designing an airplane... society shouldnt operate on faith when drafting public policy. It's simply common sense, that in a pluralistic society, the one common ground between all people is objective, rational thought and methodologies and thats what needs to be employed when we all have to make decisions together. If you want to build a faith powered airplane, you can do that on your own, without forcing the rest of us to take part. Just as if you want to stop gay marriage, you can preach about its 'evils' and your reasons for thinking so, without limiting it by law.
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