"Such Were Some of You"

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    Jul 24, 2014 11:02 PM GMT
    Reportedly a two-hour documentary, featuring experts and 29 former homosexuals discussing how Jesus set them free.

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    Jul 26, 2014 2:11 PM GMT


    SPAM. Take your bullshit somewhere else. Disgusting shit.
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    Jul 26, 2014 7:54 PM GMT
    meninlove: SPAM. Take your bulls**t somewhere else. Disgusting s**t.

    Just curious: Is this the foul-mouthed self-styled believer?

    or the foul-mouthed "Nothing created Everything" genius?

    if the latter, why do "Nothing created Everything" geniuses frequent the Spirituality area?

    Those who deny the existence and omniscience of God attribute omniscience to themselves, and evidently declare that 29 people are lying -- that they could never discontinue the same-sex behavior, helped by the God of the Bible, for Whom all things are possible.

    Judge the documentary after seeing it?

    Not open-minded, diversity-loving, tolerant, compassionate, gifted, ever-so-superior rainbow jihadists.
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    Jul 27, 2014 5:23 AM GMT


    No, you idiot. Enough men on here have been damaged and are recovering from just such ministrations you are showcasing here. It has has been debunked.
    Repeatedly.

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    Jul 27, 2014 5:40 AM GMT
    What crap ... you can be gay and be religous (Christian or otherwise). There is nothing in that God ever wrote or said that people could not be homosexual. Those are the words of men that said and wrote that. Really big difference.
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    Aug 05, 2014 3:47 PM GMT
    meninlove: No, you idiot. Enough men on here have been damaged and are recovering from just such ministrations you are showcasing here. It has has been debunked. Repeatedly. God save us.

    Assuming that this documentary is about "conversion therapy" and reflexively responding with foul language and personal attacks looks illogical to me.

    In the trailer, I see people trying to cope with rape, sexual abuse, being taken advantage of, anything-goes sex, HIV, "a living hell," feeling suicidal, feeling a void in their lives, struggling with enslavement, suffering, and other problems.

    I see people claiming that a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ helped them overcome these challenges, and transformed their lives for the better.

    In my opinion, a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ transforms everyone's life for the better.

    Maybe some of these people feel liberated from an environment in which some are quick to toss around smears like "idiot."
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    Aug 05, 2014 9:31 PM GMT
    I'm quite correct in my idiot assessment of your post and topic jockie. Just look at what you first posted:

    'Reportedly a two-hour documentary, featuring experts and 29 former homosexuals discussing how Jesus set them free.'

    ...former homosexuals.

    And now, you say this? ' Assuming that this documentary is about "conversion therapy" and reflexively responding with foul language and personal attacks looks illogical to me.'

    If it's illogical, what's this about FORMER homosexuals. Hmmmmmm?

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    Sorry Jockie, I don't tolerate fake christians very well. This includes you.