Gave himself to what? Apparently he is still out there.
Lets say you were in a cross walk with your child, and you saw a man about to get hit by a bus. You push your child in front of the bus, save the man, but your child is killed. Are you going to tell me then that you loved the man you saved by pushing your son in front of the bus more than you loved your own son?
Sorry, but that's like you winning the lottery, me stealing your ticket, and then me claiming I never stole your money because you never had any to begin with.
This style 10/6 isn't the one denigrating the guy who held the Lucasian Chair of Mathematics at Cambridge. The same chair once held by Newton. What you are doing is pathetic. You should be ashamed of yourself.
It is not a false equivalency. You're concerned about people in America in burquas detonating bombs. I'm saying that you're focusing on a spectacularly small threat right now at least in America. I'm pointing out that there are common threats that are much more deadly right now, namely gun violence, that many people are saying "oh well that's the price of freedom". In fact it would even be harder to detonate a device by someone in a burqa in the US because they stand out!! All eyes will be on that person, not the person with the pipe bombs in their suitcase or their U-Haul full of explosives.
The woman, they put her name and the fact she was trans out i to the public.
Have had thoughts come and go, and hope I'll ultimately prevail. I'm too afraid to do anything, but at times feel too depressed to carry on.
That would seem to be a paradox.
Unless it kill developed nations, like it was with many civilizations which were more developed than Islam.
So how do you discern what is literal, and what is figurative?