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FRONT PAGE  |  8/30/2016
FRIDAY, APR 11, 2014  |  14 comments
New Survey Says 25 Percent of Kids Have Viewed Porn by 12

In a recent study, researchers found that 25 percents of children under the age of 12 have viewed internet pornography. The survey was conducted for a BBC3 documentary that will air April 10.

The survey questioned 1,000 young people ages 16 to 21 and the following statistics were gleaned from the results:

20 percent of survey-takers first looked for porn online on purpose

37.6 percent found porn online accidentally ...


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Strat  Find all comments by Strat
penny wrote:
Do not participate in the unfruitful deeds of darkness, but instead expose them. all deeds of darkness are exposed by the light.
I agree,problem is nobody seems to be able to agree on what the works of darkness are
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News Item4/13/14 4:01 PM
penny  Find all comments by penny
Do not participate in the unfruitful deeds of darkness, but instead expose them. all deeds of darkness are exposed by the light.
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News Item4/13/14 12:57 PM
Strat  Find all comments by Strat
Yeah,well my postman brings me bills,don't know what the rest of your post is supposed to mean.I am over 50 and remember life before the internet,the internet is a useful tool,if one is too stupid to use it wisely oh well.
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News Item4/13/14 10:43 AM
gettingreal  Find all comments by gettingreal
Strat wrote:
The real world is out there waiting for us ..when the lights go out and all the plugs are pulled.
Don't we as Christians already live in the real world or have we become so besotted with the internet that sitting on our comfy seat in the comfort of our own little sanctuary is now so preferable that it has become the norm and our own little 'Christian' world? All safe and cosy except when others disagree and we must beat up the keyboard as our only form of protest.

Believers prior to the world wide web seemed to manage and all of us over 50 can still remember those days when waiting upon God included waiting for the postman bringing the good news!

Maybe we need to stop relying so much on downloading and using technology to read the Bible ? A library of real books and a good old battered KJV will do us all good if those plugs are pulled. A few candles for when the lights go out....Plenty of light then!

Even Jim should get a real bible instead of that NASB app on his phone just in case
Fasted growing Bible

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News Item4/13/14 9:19 AM
Strat  Find all comments by Strat
The internet will be taken away after it has accomplished it's goals,people forget the incredibly complex and fragile systems that make the internet possible and most of modern life possible,these systems are increasingly under government control and with the flip of a switch its no more internet...we have fooled ourselves into thinking the fantasy world created by the flow of electrons is real.

The real world is out there waiting for us with its harsh and brutal realities,waiting for when the lights go out and all the plugs are pulled.

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News Item4/13/14 7:32 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
The internet has made the world smaller than ever before. Anyone can go anywhere in an instant and immerse themselves in the various cultures, travel through space, or have every curiosity answered without leaving their home. The internet is also our doom, being a double edged sword, and has paved the way for new forms of corruption, recipes to incite and organize violence, build weapons to destroy, and the list goes on. The world is at our finger tips but every dark and vile thing that it has to offer is now also available to anyone from the comfort of their own home and sexual deviation, crimes, etc, are at all time highs. The kids now have access to things that nobody should ever see in a lifetime. Terrible, disgusting things that tempt, enable deviations, and turn something between a man and a woman into something that just doesn't cut it anymore...they need more.
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News Item4/13/14 1:28 AM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
JDHY wrote:
How did this turn to gardening?
Not difficult for those who think the Great Outdoors is an antidote for pornography or other sins.

Ancient Israel had High Places; I'm sure they got lots of sun there.

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News Item4/13/14 12:21 AM
JDHY | Florida  Find all comments by JDHY
How did this turn to gardening?
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News Item4/12/14 9:03 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
penned wrote:
everyone's got an agrarian who works for them if they aren't one!
I don't know any landowners with tenant farmers, if that's what you mean. And no, I don't get much sunshine here; my roof does.
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News Item4/12/14 8:58 PM
penned  Find all comments by penned
Neil, I'm sure you are getting your sunshine there in Tucson. Romantic? I guess, or maybe its a form of survival.... everyone's got an agrarian who works for them if they aren't one!
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News Item4/12/14 8:36 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
penny wrote:
get the kids outside to get sunshine…
In the UK? British often vacation in Spain & Florida, risking cancer from all that sun on their pale skin.

Anyway, agrarianism is a long-standing romantic reaction to the Industrial Revolution popular today with escapist Christians, New Agers, & hippies.

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News Item4/12/14 11:10 AM
penny  Find all comments by penny
get the kids outside to get sunshine.

teach them how to garden and use the land so that when they grow up they can eliminate the regulations that stifle free trade.

teach them how to use what's on the land instead of burning it all up and then locking themselves up inside -- because supposedly human veal are less likely to get cancer

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News Item4/12/14 8:16 AM
whererdads  Find all comments by whererdads
Parents refuse to say no to WiFi. Christian mom's are even known to give their iPhones to their children. How else do children have constant access to pornography? Christian parents are aiding and abetting their covenant children to access the world's mother lode of extreme porn.
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News Item4/11/14 2:46 PM
K Lang  Find all comments by K Lang
Moral decline is endemic in modern society and even the majority of churches support the decline. As for politicians and bureaucrats they wouldn't know the difference between a moral standard and a dung heap. And they are the idiots people keep voting into power.
So pornography for children is to be expected in western societies because the adults are completely ignorant of decent behaviour and propriety today.
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