Talk:James Dobson

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I removed the claim that Dobson is a pediatrician, since Dobson has never claimed to be an M.D. He does have a Ph.D. in Psychology. Qagls 19:57, 4 August 2006 (UTC)

Can someone ask these moral high priests (that includes anyone who claims he understands God...yes, that includes you Osama!) to get off the damn chair??? I really hope there is a hell. I am sure these moral high priests will go to hell for claiming they somehow know God.

Meh, I didn't know you could do an NPOV with only quotes. After reading this article, I now understand it's possible. Whoever wrote this REALLY doesn't like this guy... 19:58, 11 March 2007 (UTC)

It's the man in his own words, how is that POV? If some of the quotes in here aren't quite favorable to Dobson (I'm still trying to swallow the "Pain is a marvelous purifier..." quote) maybe he should have thought of that before opening his mouth? I'm just saying.
Also to the above poster please don't call him a "priest"... he (and Osama for that matter) has no religious position or training whatsoever, which makes his "I'm the one who knows God here" horsecrap in the George Stephanopoulos conversation just that much more arrogant and self-absorbed. And however much he claims otherwise, his work at Focus is primarily political, not religious. 13:57, 16 July 2008 (UTC)

I removed a quote that is not by Dobson at all, but is Dobson quoting someone else. 15:05, 9 September 2008 (UTC)

wow i would like to read other pages to see how you show other people. i thought these types of pages where just here to give unbiased information, not to try and push someone to one side or another. Im writing this for educations sake. I cant imagine being in school and having to read a text book that told me how i should feel about a topic or tryed to absolutly shove me in the direction they thought best for me.

Mel Gibson/The Passion of Christ[edit]

September 11[edit]

After September 11 Dobson was asked whether "God withdrawn His protective hand from the US," Dobson is quoted as saying:

  • "Christians have made arguments on both sides of this question. I certainly believe that God is displeased with America for its pride and arrogance, for killing 40 million unborn babies, for the universality of profanity and for other forms of immorality. However, rather than trying to forge a direct cause-and-effect relationship between the terrorist attacks and America’s abandonment of biblical principles, which I think is wrong, we need to accept the truth that this nation will suffer in many ways for departing from the principles of righteousness. "The wages of sin is death," as it says in Romans 6, both for individuals and for entire cultures.