NHL Star Mike Fisher's Miracle Healing

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    Feb 07, 2012 1:52 PM GMT


    The predictable pagan response is "It didn't happen" "It can't happen" "It's a delusion" "It's a scam."

    Documented healing miracles, unexplainable by science, happen every day.

    They are one reason why millions of people attend healing crusades, such as Benny Hinn's, where many receive healing miracles through faith.

    God heals His people.

    Pagans who fancy themselves as intellectually superior risk being the most pathetic losers of all time. Man's wisdom is foolishness to God.

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    Feb 07, 2012 5:49 PM GMT
    Yummy! This guy is smokin hot.
  • Delivis

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    Feb 07, 2012 5:53 PM GMT
    Fradulent, credulous miracle claims happen every day indeed.
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    Feb 07, 2012 5:53 PM GMT
    yes he's cute.. but i'm sorry to burst his or anyone's bubble.. there is a explanation.. bullshit that it's 'unexplainable by science"

    its called....




    wait for it....
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    AN IMMUNE SYSTEM!!!!! you'd be surprised what the body's natural immunity can do
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    Feb 08, 2012 11:44 PM GMT
    zsocerstar: yes he's cute.. but i'm sorry to burst his or anyone's bubble.. there is a explanation.. bulls**t that it's 'unexplainable by science" its called....wait for it.... AN IMMUNE SYSTEM!!!!! you'd be surprised what the body's natural immunity can do

    jockfever: After a month of unsuccessfully battling his severe ear infection, Mike's immune system suddenly and instantly removes the infection, at the exact moment that Terry on the 700 Club has a "word of knowledge" from God that He healed an ear infection?

    That is surprising.

    It takes more faith to believe in phagocyte surprises than in Mike's explanation.

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    Feb 09, 2012 1:48 AM GMT
    Miracle? Hardly.

    This guy's looks are hotter than the sun, which makes him a perfect spokesperson for the weak-minded. CBN, Focus on the Family et al loves these role models. It's the Tebow effect: ignore science/medicine and common sense by claiming their non-existent god miraculously cured them or gave them the ability to beat their competitors on the field.

    Religion also acts as the perfect crutch to justify their hatred of those different from themselves, but I digress.
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    Feb 12, 2012 3:09 AM GMT
    credo:Miracle? Hardly. This guy's looks are hotter than the sun, which makes him a perfect spokesperson for the weak-minded. CBN, Focus on the Family et al loves these role models. It's the Tebow effect: ignore science/medicine and common sense by claiming their non-existent god miraculously cured them or gave them the ability to beat their competitors on the field. Religion also acts as the perfect crutch to justify their hatred of those different from themselves, but I digress.

    jockfever: What explanation do pagans offer for the universe, for all its energy, for life in all its diversity, for the massive amount of information packed into the DNA molecule, for the microcosm and the macrocosm being beyond our understanding, for the living cell which is beyond human ingenuity, for mankind's origin and destiny, for the Bible being the greatest book ever written, for fulfilled Bible prophecy, for the fine-tuning of the universe and the against-all-odds life-sustaining conditions on earth, for Jesus Christ being the most influential person who has ever lived, for metamorphosis, for love, for the stunning achievements of Judeo-Christianity, for documented cases of healing miracles? What do weak-minded pagans offer except dead-end hedonistic skepticism, false gods, obsessive selfishness, and delusions?

    The weak-minded believe that Nothing created Everything.
    The weak-minded believe that the universe created itself.
    The weak-minded believe that mankind is just an accident.
    The weak-minded believe in information without a preceding intelligence.
    The weak-minded believe that unguided natural forces can cause chemicals to combine creating life.
    The weak-minded believe that those unguided natural forces created themselves.
    The weak-minded believe that all living things descended from lightning hitting goo.
    The weak-minded believe that mutations can create whole new species.
    The weak-minded believe that Goo turned into You via the Zoo.
    The weak-minded believe that personal attacks are logical.
    The weak-minded believe that they are competent to reject the divinely revealed truths of the Bible.
    The weak-minded believe that they should reject the greatest book ever written, the Bible, in favor of Nothing.
    The weak-minded believe that fulfilled Bible prophecy has nothing to do with the Divine inspiration of the Bible.
    The weak-minded believe that more complex a phenomenon is, the more likely it was an accident.

    Atheism acts as a crutch for those who crave the delusion that they are not accountable to a Higher Power.

    Apparently it doesn't work because atheists are understandably less happy and commit suicide more often than those who believe in the God of the Bible.


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    Let's clear the air of toxic atheism with some uplifting music from No Other Name




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    Feb 16, 2012 12:06 AM GMT
    yourname2000: Obviously any jockfever post is just the ramblings of a crackhead, so just savour the beauty that is Mike Fisher...damn, I would do crazy things to his dick.

    jockfever: Good thing you're not pondering sex with a happily married Christian man. Good thing you're not imagining immoral, perverted, marriage-endangering adultery...because that might be something one might expect from a pagan crackhead.
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    Feb 16, 2012 12:23 AM GMT
    Delivis:Fradulent, credulous miracle claims happen every day indeed.

    jockfever: Are you suggesting that followers of Christ routinely use lies about healing miracles in order to promulgate a faith in which lying is punishable anathema? That sounds like an idea worthy of a credulous pagan.

    Pagan skeptics often claim that absolute truth doesn't exist. Then they claim that miracles are impossible, as though that's an absolute truth. This claim is usually based on the idea that the laws of nature are immutable in all times and places.

    By the law of cause and effect, immutable natural laws must come from a Lawgiver. Only God could be the author of, and ruler over, the laws of nature. It is irrational to assume that God would be constrained by His own laws.

    "There is nothing in science that makes miracles impossible" as demonstrated in


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    Feb 16, 2012 12:26 AM GMT
    Ah you are one of those crazy over zealous religious bananas, huh?
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    Feb 16, 2012 12:53 AM GMT
    Wooooooow. Jockfever really has his panties in a twist.

    I clicked on this forum just because I knew Mike Fisher is Carrie Underwood's husband, and I would murder him in order to take that title, but your zealous and quite unnecessary outburst annoys me.

    I'm agnostic first off, not everyone that doesn't believe in a god is atheist... so don't generalize people.

    Being a strong Christian (as I can only imagine because of your posts), instead of taking the high road and replying to posts you don't agree with with more of an understanding undertone, you feel the need to insult those that take a different opinion and by so doing push the Christian agenda to make people believe.

    Who the hell cares if people don't think the same as you?? If you seriously think your reply has any merit to Christianity, you have no idea what Christianity is.

    And just one question...
    What do you think of other religions besides Christianity, jockfever?
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    Feb 16, 2012 12:56 AM GMT
    ^Smart (and hot) banana
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    Feb 16, 2012 12:59 AM GMT
    I don't get some people. They take their message to the people most likely to reject it; instead of taking it to the people who will accept it. Didn't this guy say something about throwing "pearls to swine" in some advice to another RJ'er once?
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    Feb 16, 2012 2:02 AM GMT
    Jockfever, maybe you need to be healed of your sexual attraction to men that causes your jock fever. Give it up already. I believe you only post stuff here to troll and cause a fuss. If you really believed what you were putting out, you would not even be on this site and would spend your time at church. Bitch please.
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    Feb 24, 2012 10:34 PM GMT
    yourname2000: Christianity (and Islam) are the ultimate IQ tests: if you believe this , you're too stupid to date or hire, lol.

    jockfever: Yeah, you're way too smart to hire Allan Sandage, considered the world's top pre-eminent observational cosmologist. He published the first reliable estimate of the Hubble parameter in 1958. Sandage became a Christian when he was 50 years old, stating that he found the universe too complex and interconnected to be attributable to chance alone.

    You're way too smart to hire Enrico Fermi, [1901-1954] Italian physicist most notable for his significant contributions to the development of quantum theory, nuclear and particle physics and statistical mechanics. He received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1938.

    You're way too smart to hire Niels Bohr, Danish physicist whose contributions to developing quantum physics and atomic structure earned him a Nobel Prize in Physics in 1922.

    You're way too smart to hire Marconi, Italian inventor best known for his development of a radiotelegraph system, for which he shared the Nobel Prize Physics with Karl Ferdinand Braun in 1909.

    You're way too smart to hire Winston Churchill, Prime Minister from 1940-1945 during World War 2, one of the greatest leaders of the twentieth century. He won a Nobel Prize for his memoirs of World War II.

    You're way to smart to hire Max Planck German physicist considered to be the founder of quantum theory.

    You're way too smart to hire the Wright Brothers, Henry Ford, Tesla, Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, Lord Kelvin, Pasteur, Mendel, Faraday, Lavoisier, Washington, Adam Smith, Sir Isaac Newton, John Locke, Boyle, Pascal, Cromwell, Descartes, Shakespeare, Galileo, Francis Bacon, Admiral Drake, Copernicus, Machiavelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Christopher Columbus, Gutenberg

    You're way too smart to hire Bach and Handel to write music.

    You're way too smart to hire the Founding Fathers to create a constitutional republic.

    You're way too smart to hire Francis Collins to head the human genome project.

    You're way too smart to hire Drew Brees, Tim Tebow, and Kurt Warner as quarterbacks.

    Just imagine where we'd be without the towering intellectual contributions of anti-Christian bigots who brought us…what, exactly? The lies of Marxist economics? Statism? Mass murder?

    The phony intellectual superiority of anti-Christian bigots is matched only by their conceit.


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    Feb 24, 2012 10:43 PM GMT
    Sure, Ill go for it that g-d heals people.. but then I have to concede that g-d also makes them ill... so its only a miracle because we dont understand how or why g-d does it.. the getting sick is a miracle too
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    Feb 24, 2012 11:03 PM GMT
    Ha, Ha. Our Miraculous Spiritual Being is a core belief for us pagans. We just don't need any intermediaries. We are DIY.
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    Feb 24, 2012 11:10 PM GMT
    Jesus Saves! He passes it to Fisher! Fisher shoots ... And he SCORES!!!!!
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    Feb 24, 2012 11:15 PM GMT
    god must fucking hate those thousands that also catches an infection but didn't heal and went deaf or died.

    He also loves watching children starve to death but he doesn't care as his favoured are white cute sports stars. Hmm maybe god is gay.
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    Feb 24, 2012 11:26 PM GMT
    In his monumental work, The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, which he completed about 1780, Edward Gibbon refers to miracles arranged for the convenience of the church. I'm not so rash as to claim that miracles are impossible, but I do believe that the majority of the miracles we see are fake.

    I'm not aware that anyone with two glass eyes has had his vision restored, or that anyone who has had an amputated leg re-grown, nor do I believe that that would be too difficult for God if He wished to perform miracles.
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    Feb 24, 2012 11:39 PM GMT
    My baby brother got Cerebral Palsy when he was a baby. My stepmother's bible thumping mother shined us on to a tent revival where they "healed the sick through the power of GOD". We went to the revival and saw people being "healed". Oddly, my brother was the sickest person there, but no amount of prayer ever granted me a healthy brother. But, an NHL star is cured of an ear infection...REALLY?
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    Feb 26, 2012 5:09 PM GMT
    Squintz: Wooooooow. Jockfever really has his panties in a twist.

    jockfever: Agnostics aren't sure whether "Nothing created Everything" makes sense. Agnostics don't know whether the vast amount of information in DNA implies a preceding Intelligence. Agnostics don't know if all the matter, energy, and cycling in the Universe implies a Force outside of the Universe. Agnostics aren't sure whether physical laws imply a Lawgiver. Agnostics aren't sure if life created itself. But they are confident about my underwear.

    Squintz: I clicked on this forum just because I knew Mike Fisher is Carrie Underwood's husband, and I would murder him in order to take that title, but your zealous and quite unnecessary outburst annoys me.

    jockfever: You confidently announce that you would murder in order to steal another man's wife? But you're against unnecessary, annoying outbursts?

    Squintz: Being a strong Christian (as I can only imagine because of your posts), instead of taking the high road and replying to posts you don't agree with with more of an understanding undertone, you feel the need to insult those that take a different opinion and by so doing push the Christian agenda to make people believe.

    jockfever: For the umpteenth time, I am only a bad Christian. I find Christian ethics unreachable, e.g., I don't turn my cheek when the pagan Left insults my belief system, my God, or my intelligence, especially on RJ, and especially to RJ-ers who have no better answer to life's big questions.

    True Christianity converts people by voluntary persuasion. True Christianity does not "make" people believe, e.g., by threatening to blow them up. If I’m unpersuasive I will probably answer for that. Unpersuasive is a step up, in my view, from silence, which how some believers on RJ react to the anger, hatred, and ignorance of the pagan Left.


    Squintz: Who the hell cares if people don't think the same as you?? If you seriously think your reply has any merit to Christianity, you have no idea what Christianity is.

    jockfever: Belief systems not based on the Bible spread misery and death on earth. For example, Vox Day has a list of fifty atheist leaders of countries from Albania and Afghanistan to Viet Nam, who presided over the murder of at least 20,000 people each. Belief systems not based on the Bible also expose people to misery in the next life.

    Agnostics tell us that they don't know. But that "don't know" condition seems to come and go. You are remarkably certain when you judge my Christianity. If you're right, I'll be held accountable. I'm confident that like other Christians I have the best pardon deal available.


    Squintz: And just one question...What do you think of other religions besides Christianity, jockfever?

    jockfever: Religions are either Bible-based or not Bible-based. Only religions based on the Bible are valid. That doesn't mean other religions don't have positive aspects, such as the peace-loving piety of many Muslims, Buddhists, and Hindus. Only the Bible offers the greatest system of ethics, the best belief system for building great civilizations and nations, and the only Plan of Salvation, which is the best shot at eternal life with God.
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    Feb 26, 2012 5:20 PM GMT
    beachwalk: Jockfever, maybe you need to be healed of your sexual attraction to men that causes your jock fever. Give it up already. I believe you only post stuff here to troll and cause a fuss. If you really believed what you were putting out, you would not even be on this site and would spend your time at church. B***h please.

    jockfever: If your belief system tells you that gay men need to be cured, maybe your belief system is ill. If your belief system tells you to attack anyone who posts Christian music or healing videos, maybe your belief system is negative. If your belief system tells you that angry and hateful pagan-Left posts make the world a better place, maybe your belief system is wrong. If your belief system tells you that gay and Christian are incompatible, maybe your belief system is dangerous. If your belief system tells you that this site is only for pagan Left gays, maybe your belief system is narrow-minded.
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    Feb 26, 2012 5:26 PM GMT
    Delivis saidFradulent, credulous miracle claims happen every day indeed.


    Agreed - anyone can manipulate a story to fit their agenda. Miracles are self induced - religion, etc. has nothing to do with it.