First off, the separation of church and state as referred to by Thomas Jefferson, the writer of the Constitution.
If god (as Jesus) didn't die for our sins, why did he die? Of course, you're wrong. A god who dies for my sins dies for all of them: those committed yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Your theology leaks like a sieve.
"For the Hindu, the creation was not a bringing into being of the wonder of the world. Rather, it was a dismemberment, a disintegration of the original Oneness. For him, the Creation seemed not the expression of a rational, benevolent Maker in wondrous new forms, but a fragmenting of the unity of nature into countless limited forms. The Hindu saw the creation of our world as 'the self-limitation of the transcendent.' For the Hindu our very notion of creation was reversed. Instead of transforming nothing into everything, the Hindu creation broke into countless imperfect fragments what was already there? The Hindu reached back for the Oneness that was there in the beginning and he aimed to reintegrate nature. The cycles of birth and death have perpetuated that disintegrating force of creation. Samsura, the
And again you begin replying before anyone could read all that's been said and have time to give a thoughtful reply.
Raised Roman Catholic and was draggerpd every Christmas morning kicking and screaming to church. It?s a fond memory now but tearing me away from Major Matt Mason and his space station on Xmas morning was excruciating.
Here's my updated old list with some blanks. Feel free to let me know if it's changed.
Thats great add mire avenger fans to her.....
Excellent point, FR, and I concede that I did leave it out. It's all still property, though. You haven't addressed why wife is included, and husband is not, however. Isn't your neighbor's wife also your neighbor?
Thanks, Irreverent. I'm buying that book (WTF, evolution?), it's only $3.50. Incidentally, that moth caterpillar is the freakiest animal I've seen in a long time...and I've had a pet fairy penguin, a pet possum, a number of pet birds and a pet fox.
St. Patrick died 700 years before the first Crusade of 1095 and was not a part of them. The Crusades were an answer to take back the Holy Land after over 400 years of muslim aggression across Europe. They were justified in doing so by taking back by conquest what was stolen from them. Christians were not the aggressors.
"It's not like we can't choose."
It has got to be Trump's and the republican fault!
I have been trying to but you all are so distracting!
No everyone doesn't. Just check out some of the fetishes people are into (necrophilia [dead], Coprophilia [feces], Xylophilia [wood]), or look at the ideal woman from different times, or the neck rings of some African cultures, or foot binding practices of some Asian cultures. The list goes on and on.
No one held a gun to his head and forced him to start a business open to the public. In exchange for a business license, he agreed to follow all applicable laws. He thumbed his nose at Colorado law.
Keep your religious paws off my vagina. You can spout what you want, but your religion doesn't and shouldn't infringe on my consent to have something feed off my nutrients and inhabit my body. It's my body, and I don't want you to take away my consent of it.
Or trying to stay alive to use my weenie...semantics.