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Thursday, March 05, 2009

Even More Schism

Helen exposes the truth about Pastor Anderson and Zsuzsanna's the gay style marriage:
He ignored all of what the Bible says about marriage and all the Importance that God places on that holy GOD made ceremony and the blessings of the family and friends being around the (husband and the wife to be) in the bible and used his wife's opinion, claiming and advising young men and women to follow their worldly and very ungodly example for marriage and on top of all that attaching GOD to their horrible way of running away and getting married in a "Justice Of The Peace" which is the place where all the Homosexual Marriages that he preaches against are preformed and most likely by a woman preforming their ungodly ceremony in Reno, Nevada without the knowledge of anyone from either sides of their families, he did not even have a ring to place in her finger, his sister bought them rings when she found out they have gotten married, and as he said many times in his preaching he did not even have a bed for them to sleep in, because he was so poor.

I say, good for Helen. Please join me in encoeraging her in her comments.

15 comments:

  1. Wow, I had no idea the whole "Dearly Beloved" wedding ceremony is actually in the Bible. Thanks Helen! In fact, I had no idea any kind of organized, religiously-ordained marriage was in the Bible. I thought the Bible mostly just said things like "and he took her to be his wife, and after seven years of additional labor, he took her sister to be his wife as well."

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  2. If they didn't have a bed to sleep in couldn't they use a Volvo? Or the green grass, behind the stadium? Imagination, people.

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  3. I can only imagine how many times my old church would have schisimed if Blogger would have been around in the early '90s...

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  4. I love these guys. Reading their in fighting, I come to the following two conclusions:

    1. If there is a God, she has a great sense of humor.

    2. Organized religion *fucks people up*

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  5. People are fucked up. The same thing happens almost every time you get more than eight strangers together - for anything, for any extended period of time. Organized religion just gives them the ability to claim God is in their clique and Satan is motivating the other guys. It's tribalism. We're born and bred to split any time the group gets too large and homogenous.

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  6. Is the the longest run-on sentence since Herman Melville? If she talks like that it must be hell having a conversation with her.

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  7. Jeez. I'm making fun of her grammar and submit a grammatical error.

    Maybe I would have caught it if the preview function worked...

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  8. God hates run-on sentences. Run-on sentences should be STONED TO DEATH!!11111!!!!

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  9. Jim:

    I think that there are a whole host of things, other than her grammar, that would make anaesthetic free oral surgery preferrable to having a conversation with her.

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  10. I had no idea that taking my wedding vows "in the place where all the Homosexual Marriages . . . are preformed" made my marriage ungodly. How nice of Helen to point it out.

    And how is a marriage preformed?

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  11. Ahem. Perhaps Sister Edwards hasn't heard the news, but homosexuals can't GET married in Nevada. Or California, Arizona, Washington, Colorado, Oregon, Utah, North or South Dakota, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, Kansas, Louisiana, Iowa, Tennessee, Alabama, North or South Carolina, Florida, Illinois, Indiana ... well ... you get the idea.

    If we could, we would.

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  12. I question whether Helen is truly a woman, because she seems to never have had a period...

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  13. That Helen has one awesome blog. And apparently she is so Christ-centered that she had no time to waste on school. What good is learning to read and write when that time could be used for winning souls for Jesus? I am bookmarking her for sure!

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  14. Really - it's worth your while to read the whole blog. Helen is Christ-a-licious! She is a true example of Christian submissive womanhood that I can use to model myself after.

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  15. Sister Kwach: Another voice from the great state of Illinois. Awesome.

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We'll try dumping haloscan and see how it works.