yeah, but was he really? :)
Circumstances changed - Venezuela imploded in a Socialist Supernova.
LOL I have dry everglades land for sale...
Is that your only excuse?
No, it's the other way around. The universe is neither rational nor irrational. We've merely retrofitted logic and evidence to conform to our perception of it.
I feel like this is true across the board, even outside the military. Like we're working twice as hard to prove ourselves.
This doctrine is so easily figured out. This is why we have 30,000 different doctrines in Christianity. People get attached to a personal doctrine that is no where to be found in the bible. Just like the pre-trib rapture
Let's debate that tomorrow
I think what's practiced is so routinely bald-facedly evil, immoral and contrary to what's written that it's not worth attending.
Let me try again, then. Presumably you would be fine with another teacher spewing her right wing politics on her class.
No. Just that even Stalin didn?t kill most of the population of 140 million residents of the USSR. And that Hitler did kill 12 million about half of which were Jews for no other reason than they were Jews. Stalin killed about 12 million mostly peasants by starvation by confiscating their total food stuffs to feed the cities. Because Stalin refused to understand that every farmer must feed himself and his animals and save part of the grain to plant to grow more grain the next year.
Sounds as if you are going to slap a beard on me and call me JC!
That looks like fun. Ever been to Austin? Sixth Street?
Yes it does mention the town but what's oldest manuscript with that in it? We don't have any complete manuscripts from before the Fourth Century. These things went through quite an evolution before the Church decided to mass produce them. Since you have the Greek font there, the interesting thing about Mark is that it's written in the present tense. So like when you tell a joke, "A guy walks in to a bar and says to the bartender.." One hint the book is fiction, another is that the author is an omniscient author who knows about things and conversations that happened when no one was around. He even knows what a crowd was thinking and even that they were thinking wrong. Also historical narratives never contain word for word dialog, people all speaking incomplete sentences. The book is nothing like a propaganda laced historical narrative like the Gaelic Wars but a drama set in a somewhat historical setting more like say Sherlock Holmes. So perhaps I'm wrong though I don't think so. It doesn't matter because nothing happened there anyway.