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Full Body Scans Biblical

What do you think of full body scans? In the advent of this coming to Airports and Train, Bus, Metro Stations will your travel habits change?

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Not trying to prove anything.
I was just responding to your comment :
hasn't anyone noticed that NOTHING in the United States has been targeted EXCEPT airports?

I live in an area where shipping is an important industry. I know that security here is certainly better than it used to be.
---Donna66 on 12/8/10


Rhonda -- there have been increases in security in other areas such as freighter ships,... EVERYBODY (almost) flies!
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whatever ...and this proves what?

seeing media tells us how people are "caught" YET we never hear about their trials?

but that's hard to explain to people who worship their government and are oblivious to the REALITY of what lies ahead

FEAR is PROMOTED by government and this fear will be used against the USA in the very near future when martial law fully imprisons this country

this is just the beginning - hard to see when you hang on every word from the system that controls
---Rhonda on 12/7/10


NR--I don't know precisely whom they called and neither do you. I know who they were looking for! No different from enhanced searches at the airport. .

Already, the goverment tells us what to eat and not eat, what kind of light bulbs to use, how we should raise our kids, what kind of power we can use, where and when we can mention God, even what we MUST say to be "politically Correct"

And who knows, with Obamacare, the "food police" could check our refrigerators and deny us coverage if they find "snack foods".


If they come to my house they'll have to talk to Smith & Wesson first. He's legal and I'm licensed...at least for now.
---Donna66 on 12/7/10


The point is Donna, that the government NEVER got the warrants. Bush made it very clear that he did it and would do it again. And the domestic calls were not all "suspected" terrorists, but people like you and me.

You seem so willing to give up your civil rights. What are you going to do when they start quartering soldiers in your home, or stop by, just to check out your home to make sure you are not doing anything subversive, or decide you can't worship at your church?

"Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." B. Franklin, 1759


---NurseRobert on 12/7/10


NR--
The Patriot Act provides that wire-tapping can be done if warranted afterward. With the rise of domestic terrorists, I don't doubt for a minute that some domestic calls of known terrorist sympathizers are now monitored. And I'm glad of it.
Wouldn't be surprised if that wasn't how the FBI got wind of the planned Christmas tree ceremony bombing in Portland. Somehow they had time to set up a "sting" and stop it.

Any terrorist that wants to blow up a plane, now, will have to place explosives in luggage, freight, or body cavities. When will they insist on doing body cavity checks on ALL passengers?
---Donna66 on 12/5/10




Rhonda -- there have been increases in security in other areas such as freighter ships,(still probably not adequate),international air freight, interstate trucking etc. We don't hear much about it because fewer people are interested. EVERYBODY (almost) flies!
---Donna66 on 12/5/10


When the mass murderers were caught and they were muslims from the Iranians and the Irackattacks, then Americans clearly see that the enemy was of the muslims. As far as fear, the government is not the one diving into Amricans with planes, nor the one blowing up people with bombs. Know your enemy, it is not the government whom is enforcing security to prevent assaults, it is the assaulters whom are your killers. If any one dispproves of our government, then leave and go live in Iran and Irak with those whom you sympathize with.
---Eloy on 12/5/10


hasn't anyone noticed that NOTHING in the United States has been targeted EXCEPT airports?

government keeps selling the sheeple about all these terrorist attacks on airports they have supposedly thwarted since they destroyed the WTC towers in 2001

yet not one other event or building has been "targeted"

so these "terrorists" don't have any other means of creating terror EXCEPT at airports?

10 years later and the government still sells FEAR at airports

and we never hear about the trials or what happens to these supposed perpetrators AFTER they are "found out"

amazing how many now HATE and FEAR muslims because their government TOLD them too
---Rhonda on 12/5/10


Nor did the fact that only international calls by suspect persons were monitored, give them any comfort. I thought they were "out of touch" then.
---Donna66 on 12/3/10

Donna, this is not true. In December 2005, Bush himself said he ordered DOMESTIC wiretapping. There are multiple examples of wiretapping that was done, without a warrant, within the United States against US citizens. The NSA remains very good at violating your civil rights.
---NurseRobert on 12/4/10


Unfortunately we are passing through a dark age, and if anyone objects to the necessary searches then do not travel. Also, if you do not travel, then you are less likely to become another casualty to terrorist attacks
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oh the big bad boogy-man it was once russia, then germany, vietnam, oh and the list goes on and on

...let's make full body xrays mandatory and sterilize our nation (xrays on reproductive organs can sterilize and cause cancer)

and if people don't like it they can be a prisoner to their immediate living area

wow the masses are really duped by government lies
---Rhonda on 12/4/10




larry--- How quickly things change! I remember responding to some on these blogs about the "horrors" of "Bush's" Patriot act....the very thought that the government COULD listen in on private phone calls, made many "non wing-nuts" compare it to Ayn Rands novels or the novel 1984.
The fact that it might prevent terrorist attacks like 9-11 seemed of little or no importance to them then! (They must have thought they could sail through the age of terrorism without government intervention.) Nor did the fact that only international calls by suspect persons were monitored, give them any comfort. I thought they were "out of touch" then.
---Donna66 on 12/3/10


I find more discomfort in the comparisons to Hitler or the novel 1984 and its overeaching government. Nevermind that tests by TSA managers who note that while traditional scans may be a deterrent to most they are not adequate detectors of powder or hidden explosives. The wing nuts use the scans as fodder for their ideological cannon balls. Pathetic.
Americans are far too comfortable and clearly out of touch if they thought they would sail through the age of terrorism without major discomfort.
Welcome to the real world ladies.
Unless the Lord watches over the city the watchman watches in vain.
---larry on 12/1/10


Touche, Donna66, I hadn't thought of it in that way. You may be on to something. It probably does take far less time, indeed.
---AlwaysOn on 12/1/10


Unfortunately we are passing through a dark age, and because of violence and terrorist attacks, scanning individuals needs to be done today, it is 100% necessary, and if anyone objects to the necessary searches then do not travel. Also, if you do not travel, then you are less likely to become another casualty to terrorist attacks.
---Eloy on 12/1/10


AlwaysOn-- "Isn't feasible"? My experience is that the Israeli method of screening (a minute or less of conversation revealing nothing embarrassing) takes much less time than the undressing and redressing and scanning or searching and re-gathering possessions!
Israeli screeners are highly trained. Unless you are suspect for some reason, you will not be delayed.
---Donna66 on 11/30/10


Good ideas, Donna66, but Israel funnels a few thousand travelers through their airports daily, while America has several million. To briefly interview each just isn't feasible.

Earlier, someone compared TSA pat downs and scans to a Dr's visit. Doctors are trained professionals who examine patients in private. TSA agents are avg Joes allowed to manually examine people in front of onlookers or peer beneath clothing in private. Just read about a woman being singled out for a pat down after 2 TSA workers were obviously leering at her large breasts. Another man had to board a plane soaked in urine because an agent broke the urine pouch he was required to wear after surgery. Can't compare these stories to a routine Dr's exam.
---AlwaysOn on 11/30/10


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Another woman was singled out for a pat down because the scanner picked up something unusual in her underwear. She was wearing a cloth pantyliner and was subjected to further humiliation while this was verified by 3 female agents. The woman had been sexually assaulted before and this event triggered traumatizing memories from the assault.

In another article in today's news, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and other doctors are saying it's highly possible for TSA workers to spread dangerous bacteria and viruses via pat downs, as each can be transmitted on the surface of latex gloves, which they don't change between passenger searches. The CDC advises that, if you're subjected to a pat down, you ask the worker to change gloves first.
---AlwaysOn on 11/30/10


I dont see this as any different than the person who gets asked for their ID when paying by credit card. They become defensive and irritated that they must prove they didnt steal it.

Yet the same people would be raising hell if someone stole their credit card and the thief was NOT asked to show his ID when using it to make a purchase.

Just let them scan you. Theyre doing it for your own safety... not to examine your naked body for goodness sake.

Just think about it like a Dr doing a rectal exam :P It hurts but its for your own good.
---JackB on 11/30/10


LOL great point 1st cliff! :D
---Mary on 11/30/10


Catherine, Would you be more comfortable having no scanners? For example, if you boarded a plane without going through any scanner, and another person carrying a concealed bomb also boarded the same plane without going through any scanner. And then the person set the bomb off blowing you and all the other passengers and the plane up and killing everyone? Would you allow the increased needless casualties, and try to wrongly justify it saying, "it is God's will"?
---Eloy on 11/30/10


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My observation in this matter is this, Today's generation go around in public semi-nude (mostly to show off their tattoos) don't mind displaying their anatomy! So it must be us old folks who've let their bodies go to pot that do all the objecting,not wanting any one see their fat wrinkled bods, they suffer no Physical harm!
Let's face it,all humans have the same anatomy,albeit distorted here and there!
---1st_cliff on 11/30/10


Only a corrupt Government could come up with such a vile idea. Or a stupid one. Take your pick. Pick both.
---catherine on 11/30/10


\\It is all illegal. I am so glad there is a hell. huh, huh. Now, I am sorry that some will be going there.\\

Then why are you glad there's a hell if you're sorry people are going there?

If you don't repent and get delivered, hell will lick its lips when it sees you coming.
---Cluny on 11/29/10


Catherine, scanners are not rapers, but if any scanner does commit this offense then you get their name and you press charges to have them arrested and file a law suit in the courts, then the law should put the guilty into prison. But if you are not brandishing a weapon or any illegal drugs then you have ansolutely nothing to fear by being scanned because you are being scanned for your own protection, but if you are carrying anything illegal then you deserve the treatment due to criminals.
---Eloy on 11/28/10


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I suppose it is legal under the Patriot Act.
But I don't think it's really smart. Other than screening all luggage and freight,I think we should be looking for terrorists, not weapons. That's what Israel does. And it does not take "hours" and hi-tech to do it. There is no undressing. They speak to everyone, briefly, and only a few are separated for special attention. (I'm not sure what they do with those since, I've always been passed on through.) They use no more "inspectors" than we do per plane but they are highly trained employees of a private company, not government. Israel has, without dispute, the most effective security in the world.
I think we should follow their lead.
---Donna66 on 11/28/10


CAIR (I think that's how it's spelled) has requested that Muslims in bulky clothing be allowed to "pat themselves" down. And I expect this will be allowed, insane as it sounds. We must be searched or xrayed, but they are on "the honor system".
---Donna66 on 11/28/10


Screening unsuspected passengers is illegal. Children, also, are groped. Everyone is paranoid these days. No one has any good answers, so, they do as they please to others. Who are the real terrorists? The men at the airports with their impiety hands all over you. It is all a form of rape, and we should stop supporting these corrupt men and government. Stop covering up calling evil good. It is not.
---catherine on 11/28/10


Catherine, Understand that the purpose of scanning passengers is not to violate anyones decency, but rather to prevent terrorists and persons planning to harm others with their concealed weapons. And this is 100% legal. Else if the criminal be given unchecked passage with their weapon, then they will hurt or kill the innocent passengers.
---Eloy on 11/28/10


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It is all illegal. I am so glad there is a hell. huh, huh. Now, I am sorry that some will be going there. Unwarrented Searches and seizers of all humans at airports are illegal. Treating everybody like criminals is illegal, And besides all of that, these men in power, in God's eyes and in my eyes are criminals to the very height, highest degree. Amen and hallelujah. I wish that Jesus would come back and be standing over there watching this icky mess at the airports. And watch Him lower the broom, on these wicked men looking up every bodies clothes, and the touchings.. I WOULD JUST LOVE IT. I do not understand some attitudes. They don't seem to care. They just want to get to grandma's house.
---catherine on 11/28/10


"Where did you get this idea, Elder?"
Cluny on 11/26/10
It was on WTVR News. But you're right, why has anyone ever trusted the liberal news channels?
---Elder on 11/28/10


Sorry to some, but the muslim woman or man would be the FIRST ones I'd pat down! AND put through the scanner. That's not prejudice, that's just smarts in today's world of terrorism.
---Mary on 11/27/10


Hitler spread fear in his country

Fear works to enslave the masses

Fear brings more control

more control requires more police and the Patriot Act allows the military to be used on its own citizens to control them

more control less freedom ...although freedom is really just an illusion anyway

once firm control is established then the government can start selecting who it wants to live

Hitlers Germany was a trial run for the horrors America will see when martial law goes into effect

oppose your government they now have the control to eliminate you

Patriot Act already violates most of America's civil rights
---Rhonda on 11/27/10


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\\On a news cast a few days ago, one muslim lady said they are exempt from TSA scanning or pat downs but they would pat down themselves. \\

CAIR is telling mahometans this, but there is actually no such exemption.
---Cluny on 11/27/10


After reading what happened over the weekend in Portland, I have no issues with how our Government is taking every measure to PROTECT her citizens.
---kathr4453 on 11/27/10


Bill, You're right. It's the way "it has to be" because of the terrorist threats and all. This is now something we're just going to have to live with, as it were. But, it still is not Biblical. A person's nudity should not have to be subjected, IDEALLY. And, a doctor's exam is (to be) done IN A PRIVATE SETTING. Not in front of everyone with scan/computer screen access, and that, in public. You have nudist beaches, etc., but, those are done within the bounds of personal choice, not by mandate. Over all, I still say it's a step up into the New World Order/One World/AntiChrist kingdom.
---Gordon on 11/27/10


On a news cast a few days ago, one muslim lady said they are exempt from TSA scanning or pat downs but they would pat down themselves. That's sort of like asking the fox to guard the hen house. It seems profiling is the best solution - if done by properly train people, not just someone who has a cousin who works for TSA and uses this connection to get a job. For example: how many TSA employees know about body language, or pupil dilation?
---wivv on 11/27/10


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If you object to a body scan, then you might object to being examined by a doctor or physician's assistant or being cared for by a certified nursing assistant.

If you stop body scanning, then your body might get blown to bits, and then get each little bit of it examined for DNA, so it all can be sent to your loved ones.

Sound like a plan?
---Bill on 11/26/10


Oh how well the terriorist are disrupting our lives, our country and our safety. They have cost America billions of dollars. An A bomb would probably make the difference. You say it is immoral? Immorality is what the terriorist do to us as Americans and christians. I received a prayer request today via e mail from a pastor missionary. His church was burned with some of their members inside. Christians are persecuted in the middle east especially. This particular pastor is in Saudi. Please pray for him and other christians in the middle east.
---shira3877 on 11/26/10


How soon you forget "homeland security", the new TSA and invasions of our email privacy were all inventions of your hero Bush.
---obewan on 11/26/10

Much of this TSA security stuff was begun after the 09/11/2001 attacks on the World Trade Center. The USA Goverment was pressed to "do something" -- everything -- to prevent another such attack on USA soil.

Many folks complain about the "breaches of privacy" because of: email, telephone, airport, etc. monitoring. We all need to remember that this began with the George W. Bush administration.

Until anyone comes up with a BETTER solution, we can expect the TSA to continue airport screenings. Maybe even INTENSIFY them.
---Augie on 11/26/10


At the doctors you are given the Risks and Benefits of he procedure. It then is --YOUR CHOICE-- not the doctors. You only take X-rays rarely for medical reasons. Not several times a day as our pilots and Stewardess do.
---John on 11/26/10

It's still a choice John. However, if a Pilot wanted to crash a plane, he doesn't need to carry anything on board with him. That's the stupidity of making our pilots go through it several times a day.

Maybe we should just stamp them like we do our passports.

Did the pilots of 911 have explosives on them? If they did, then yes, they should be scanned to.
---kathr4453 on 11/26/10


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\\The amount of dangerously high X-Ray should make these unit banned immediately. \\

Actually, the average air passenger receives 20 times more x-radiation during flight than the scanner gives.

Remember the x-ray shoe fitters that existed once upon a time?

They did leak dangerous amounts of radiation to all and sundry, and were NOT well shielded.

(BTW--I'm not saying I approve of these x-ray scanners, either.)
---Cluny on 11/26/10


The amount of dangerously high X-Ray(sic) should make these unit banned immediately.

Yet most doped up sheep/Lemmins(sic) Americans blindly accept this forced exposure to Cancer and go through them as Dictator Obama and his Regime commands them to.
---John on 11/26/10

How soon you forget "homeland security", the new TSA and invasions of our email privacy were all inventions of your hero Bush.
---obewan on 11/26/10


The amount of dangerously high X-Ray should make these unit banned immediately.

Yet most doped up sheep/Lemmins Americans blindly accept this forced exposure to Cancer and go through them as Dictator Obama and his Regime commands them to.

HERES THE SICK TWISTED AGRUMENT FROM LIBERALS...

Well you take X-Rays at the Doctors!

WRONG!!! At the doctors you are given the Risks and Benefits of he procedure. It then is --YOUR CHOICE-- not the doctors. You only take X-rays rarely for medical reasons. Not several times a day as our pilots and Stewardess do.
---John on 11/26/10


idolaters should be patted down, for they might be concealing a weapon.
---Eloy on 11/26/10


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It's against all Christian women's religion for any person to touch them the way they do in patdowns. Doesn't the very invasive strong pat downs at airports violate our religious freedom as stated in the USA Constitution First Adendment "impeding the free exercise of religion". To subject us to forceful patdowns does impede or interfere with free exercise of religion. I had patdowns by women because I have metal in my back and will set the alarm off if I go the regular check. They were nothing compared to the new methods used now.
---Darlene_1 on 11/26/10


One person simply removed all his clothing except his underwear and went thru the system. Perhaps that could become the norm, simply carry your clothing in a sack and permit that to go thru the scanner.

I have a problem as my wife has had knee replacement surgery and I expect to have a pace maker installed this coming month. I do not know, how pace makers will be affected by body scans.

My daughters boyfriend is a chemical engineer and he tells me that there was an attempt to kill one of the Arab leaders a few months ago. The would-be assassin simply loaded his anal cavity with explosives but failed as he only blew off his lower part of his body. A tampon loaded with C4 explosive would be easy to sneak thru.
---leej on 11/26/10


I know many believe this will hurt the airline industry. But then again, I wonder how many little old widow ladies who haven't been touched or seen naked in years, just might book a trip to Buffalo, just for the thrill of it all.

There is no LAW forcing anyone to FLY. Like Leon stated, you can always ride your wooden horse to grandmas house.
---kathr4453 on 11/26/10


I do not believe that the Full Body Scans are Biblical. Seeing other people's nakedness is not a necessity nor a mandate of GOD! I do suspect, and am willing to completely believe that they are apart of the future Anti-Christ kingdom of the New World Order. America's implementation into this Anti-Christ kingdom is by her losing her complete Freedom (including each citizen's personal freedoms), and her Sovereignty as a Nation. This will happen after the U.S. government has total control over this country. This Scanning System is ANOTHER step in that direction!
---Gordon on 11/26/10


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\\Do you know that children and those opposed to it, while wearing their religious garb, do not have to summit to this disgusting procedure?
---Elder on 11/25/10\\

Where did you get this idea, Elder?

There's a picture on the web of a nun getting a full pat-down.
---Cluny on 11/26/10


//Everything does not have to biblical in order for us to be cooperative and do the right thing.//

it seems that you posted a question that had to do with children and it was misdirected by the moderator's title. it also seems like you would know better.
---aka on 11/25/10


It is a good thing, for an ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure.
---Eloy on 11/25/10


Yes, the problem of terrorism on airplanes DOES exist. And, Yes, airports need to prevent terrorists from getting on airplanes.

I have been to Israel and I think that the TSA should have adopted their system. Question EVERYONE in order to develop a profile of them. Decide if further searches are necessary based on that profile. This system has worked quite well for Israel. I think that the TSA jumped into full-body scans, and pat downs, a bit too quickly.

It is important to remember that NO system is 100% perfect. The TSA can only do the best that they can. If you don't like the TSA full-body scans, and/or body pat-downs, then just don't fly. Walk, Ride your bicycle, Drive your car or motorcycle, etc. instead.
---Sag on 11/25/10


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Ahh..... the key word must be "susceptible." Thanks so much Nurse.....
---Elder on 11/25/10


What is all the fuss about? Weigh your options. Risk being blown to smithereens or submit to the searches. It does not matter if this is biblical. Everything does not have to biblical in order for us to be cooperative and do the right thing. Safety comes first in all that we do.
---Robyn on 11/25/10


Do you know that children and those opposed to it, while wearing their religious garb, do not have to summit to this disgusting procedure?
---Elder on 11/25/10

This is not true, elder. Muslims in full Muslim garb, as well as children (and that video is on the net) are also susceptible to pat downs.
---NurseRobert on 11/25/10


Pharisee, Sounds like you are really anti-nude!!
I lost all my dignity last month undergoing abdominal surgery, Dr.s and nurses,performing necessary procedures on me!
I don't think I'd rather be "blown to smithereens" they ,like airport security, are only interested in "saving" lives!
---1st_cliff on 11/25/10


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the mistake that I made when i first started blogging is to mix the blogger's question with the moderator's title.

i never asked if was biblical.
---aka on 11/25/10


I have seen some of those wicked man-handler's pictures. and they are enjoying what they are doing. There are some with back-bones all are not saved, yet, they know something is amiss. What is amissed is our liberties being snatched away from us, all wicked man has to do is look for an excuse. As God has said to me, "There is aways a better way"...THERE ARE SO MANY PERVERTS, THEY ALL OUGHT TO BE LOCKED UP. The terrorists are winning. How they are laughing. our liberties are at stake, and no one seems to care, because everyone is afraid to die. Wouldn't be so, if God knew you. Hallelujah. Thank You Jesus+
---catherine on 11/25/10


This is just one step closer to Obama's dream of a Communist Dictatorship in America.

Muslim-looking people, people with Muslim country passports or frequent visits there - now that's probable cause! Let's hear it for profiling!
---jerry6593 on 11/25/10

Hold on just a minute. If I am not mistaken, Bush was the one who created "homeland security" and the new TSA and who started reading all our private emails.
---obewan on 11/25/10


Thanks Bro. Elder. While I don't like it, I will have to do it when I go see my daughter in Dec. I really don't want to blow up in the air.
---shira3877 on 11/25/10


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I don't think that full body scans are biblical, nor do I think the alternative pat downs are. As a woman, I don't want an airport employee peering under my clothes, nor do I want one to touch parts of my body that that are strictly reserved for my husband. As a grown woman, however, I understand the rules that I can either agree to submit to or disagree with and avoid. What concerns me more is the thought of young people, particularly girls, having to go through such an invasive process. We teach our children not to allow anyone to touch them in places that a bathing suit covers and to behave modestly, yet they're being subjected to body scans and pat downs if their parents make the decision for them to fly.
---AlwaysOn on 11/25/10


Candice and Leon, if there was a law passed that said you had to travel nude would you abide by it just because it is law? Just because a law is passed that doesn't make it good.
Do you know that children and those opposed to it, while wearing their religious garb, do not have to summit to this disgusting procedure?
Can a child or a Cleric blow a plane up? Ugh.... excuse me, we gotta cater to those Muslims again.
Strange how cowboys were leery of those people who dressed like Indians. Remember the Hippies and how you felt? Do you walk down strange dark streets by yourself? Why not? How do you feel about ......?
So, how come if you scream Muslim you can do and say anything you want and even burn a KJV Bible?
---Elder on 11/25/10


This so-called "security" is a violation of the US Constitution's ban on illegal searches and seizures. Without probable cause, there is no reason to search anyone, and it is illegal to do so. This airport "security" has not netted a single terrorist in all the years since it was instituted. But, we've kept the public safe from 3-year-olds and grey-headed grandmothers in wheelchairs.

This is just one step closer to Obama's dream of a Communist Dictatorship in America.

Muslim-looking people, people with Muslim country passports or frequent visits there - now that's probable cause! Let's hear it for profiling!
---jerry6593 on 11/25/10


I am with Leon on this topic. My dignity will be okay, and I am flying on Saturday. My concern is for those with special health/disability issues that I heard about. There needs to be more training for the TSA employees so that they can be more sensitive to those who have special needs. One horror story after another is making the news lately.
---Trish on 11/25/10


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I don't know what the big deal is. I would rather go thru a scanner at the airport to prevent me from blowing up in the air. The people who work with the scanners see many a day. They don't even know who you are. I don't think they are perfect but at least they are trying to keep us safe.
---shira3877 on 11/25/10


It's the law & it is biblical to obey God-allowed government laws. Besides, God sees thru each & everyone of us daily. Also, by way of the word of God -- the Bible, believers should be able to discern/see the heart intentions of people.

Do I like the invasive airport security? NO! If I choose to fly will I submit to it? YES! In this instance, one can always opt to commute via tricycle, pogo stick, roller skates, skateboard, etc.
---Leon on 11/25/10


HA, this is a disgusting practice, and the searches that they employ as an alternative are every bit as invasive.

I can tell you this, I'll never fly again, it's an abomination to reveal your nakedness to another person, and the only person who's gonna grope me is my wife thank you.

Personally I'd rather be blown to smithereens then endure either of the former humiliations.
---Pharisee on 11/24/10


It isn't biblical, it's just the new law at airports for saftey wise. I donot fly, but if I did I expect them to keep us safe ,even if WE have to be searched . I would rather let them do their job, then to hold up the line.
---candice on 11/24/10


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