Talk:Zeal

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This is not a dictionary, but an encyclopedia.--JoeyJ 14:31, 13 June 2015 (EDT)

I think we could probably make something useful out of this page, though. As it stands, it's barely even a stub, but given time, and proper attention (one of which it's had too much of, the other, none) we could put something together that would be useful. Long day at work? Talk to me after port and starboard. 15:21, 13 June 2015 (EDT)

Hate blog would be a better description In an encyclopedia the Sweden proper article would be bigger than the Sweden and rape entry. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Ujal (talk)

Honestly asking: Should the above line be reverted for vandalism, or no? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by IHop (talk)
If you need to ask, the answer is no. Ujal's comment is impolite (and I wouldn't be surprised if his life here at CP is measured in days), but the fact is that articles about rape, bestiality, and other extremely inflammatory subjects are often huge. (Sweden is 32423, Atheistic_Sweden_and_rape is 21994 24776, Bestiality and Sweden is 10506.) This editorial stance seems to have strayed considerably from the original goal of a resource for home-school students.
That said, the Zeal article does seem to have problems in fitting in with Conservapedia's vision. The fact is that we are not a dictionary. I don't know what to do about this. SamHB 19:10, 13 June 2015 (EDT)
Works for me. Thanks for the advice.Long day at work? Talk to me after port and starboard. 19:16, 13 June 2015 (EDT)

SamHB: "Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them." - Ephesians 5:11

re: Atheism and bestiality article:

If memory serves, the Bible mentions and condemns this practice 4 separate times and it does so in a non-salacious manner. For thousands of years the Bible has been taught to children with very beneficial effects. Conservapedia also condemns this practice and points out it being mentioned inapropriately by members of the immoral worldviews of atheism/evolutionism which denies the existence of God despite the abundant evidence for God's existence and Conservapedia's article does so in a non-salacious manner.

The atheistic worldview has a history of mass murder (see: Atheism and mass murder and Abortion and atheism ).

Question: Did Moses and God make a mistake by mentioning this practice in the Bible 4 separate times? If so, why? Also, the real issue is that the articles are further pointing out the immorality within atheism/evolutionism and Wikipedia and you don't like it, isn't it? If not, why not? Well, tough. There is no need to cater to liberal censorship in this matter. Conservative 22:32, 13 June 2015 (EDT)