Humans are social animals. Our morals are driven by our need to be together.
It's the same as far as I'm concerned. I just want it out of government, that's all.
We would be celebrating another nobel prize.
NOWHERE does it offer anything else.
Maybe Mexico should have done so sooner. I mean their citizens are fleeing their country to come over and make money here. So now we don't want to pay a fair price to export and we don't want to have their citizens coming here to work undocumented. Can't have it both ways.
not when I consider your answers
If you can't comprehend the you should not reply until you smart enough to. Sorry
I got a D in high school phsyics. I passed by the skin of my teeth. I was also lucky enough to have full control of my limbs and speech. Stephen Hawking was an active scientist who regularly advanced the field of physics. He also reached the point where his body had completely betrayed him and he still kept going. The response from you fundies when he passed was disgusting. The man had one of the greatest minds on Earth and you treated him like shit.
An American architect named John Fotiadis who worked on several projects for Trump in Georgia, Kazakhstan and Russia was contacted by a CNBC reporter in April. The reporter, Christina Wilkie, had gotten a tip that he might be of interest to Mueller's investigation.
it's like they won the election because of the popular vote but who is our president?
Counseling is not the same as advocacy. You can counsel as many people as come to you for such counsel. You can even tell them that they are going to hell unless they change. That is protected under law and I even support your right to do so.
Isaiah 53 says "He had no beauty or majesty to attract us to Him, nothing in his appearance that we should desire him." Not only was he not white, but he was also probably not very physically appealing.
To say that everyone believes in their religion because of these "wrong experiences" is a pretty weak argument. But now that I think about it, it may not be the best example of the genetic fallacy as presented.
Wrong, Atheist believe "stuff" is there and therefore it made itself. See Stephen Hawkins
Ok, folks. I have an idea, but I want to keep it about silly stuff. I want to do a debate thread, but only about silly stuff, like waffles vs. pancakes. Who's in?
There is little evidence that Paul knew of any of the gospels, and why would he? He was writing to specific churches, and there is no evidence in the epistles that he knew of any other writings, or that the gospel writers knew of his epistles. Apparently, Paul's letters were unknown until they were gathered together in about 100CE, edited, and circulated as a collection. The fact that they were edited is established by the fact that 2nd Corinthians is a combination of at least 2, and possibly as many as 5 other letters, so what any of them original said, is unknowable.
Still irrelevant to Khadr himself, or his rights being violated. I prefer facts and reality over rhetoric.
Cilantro is amazing. Science has found people who think it tastes soapy are actually mutant freaks.
... what part of government could a person possibly support if they are going to look to their racist roots in this country though? Basically everything in this nation has at least some history of racism because of the people being racist AF.
Not about the homosexuals. It was about the baker not wanting to sin. I have repeated that probably 35-40 times. I know you will not accept it but that it what happened, even if you refuse to accept that reality.
He was talking about the historical Jesus, not of any god.
I'm glad we agree
Historical narratives in antiquity do not contain dialog, people all speaking to each other, not to mention magical beings, in complete sentences. Historical narratives don't have what are known in literature as omniscient authors, writers who tell you about things that happened or that were said when no one was around to hear them. For example the author of Mark can tell you what a crowd was thinking and even that they were thinking wrong among other things. These things are the hallmarks of fiction. So when we hold the Bible up to just standard literary criticism like we would anything else the Bible fails every test there is for historicity and passes all the tests for fiction with flying colors. We have absolutely no reasons to believe any tales of the supernatural anyway especially since these tales are written exactly like other historical fiction. This kind of literature always contains mentions of real places like Jerusalem and real people like Nebuchadnezzar and Herod and so Christians foolishly assume all the major characters in the Bible must have existed when in fact none of them did. But notice we don't have any other narratives with Nebuchadnezzar or Herod speaking to someone in a drama. That is why no real historian thinks the Bible is even remotely historical. What I'm asking for you don't have and we both know it. Something from OUTSIDE the Bible that might at least hint that something, anything in the Bible even might be true. Even just a little bit. No dice.
Actually if you read the article, the teacher has an excellent track record and maintains a close bond with her kids. This one was included in that bond and he wrote his side of the story, but the school chose not to disclose it because he is a minor. Failing courses for minorities has a larger impact and they are less likely to get into college with that track record and they are also dubbed lazy for mistakes in that regard. We don?t know if this is a regular occurrence for this child (sleeping) or a one off or if he has horrible marks. Not having any respect for the classroom has little to do with someone who sleeps. I get sleepy at work everyday around noon, I?ve fallen asleep during long ass all hand meetings. It doesn?t mean I don?t respect those talking or what have you it just means my body is tired. Sleep is typically an involuntary action. If it was a male teacher, I would hope he?d have enough sense not to stand on the desk (lol even for her those desks are flimsy so I?m surprised she stayed up on it). I?d have an issue with anyone putting their foot on someone, but everything else was extremely nonviolent and non sexual. My track coach often tugged my pony tail playfully whenever I finished my laps to say good job or to get my attention and no one thought anything of it. I think you are definitely entitled to think it?s inappropriate; I understand that everyone?s boundaries are different. But I think it?s a faaaar reach to assume just because someone falls asleep they are a bad student or don?t respect the classroom. Half of people sleeping is that they?re simply tired or the presenter needs to work better at how they?re disseminating the information to ensure it is engaging. Also, failing the child should be the last resort. There about a million other things you can do to get a kid or the parents attention before it comes to that.
well put. I, too, believe religion is harmful but have no interest in ending it. If you want to believe, believe! Just keep it private
Bitcoin is a great idea if you plan to mine it yourself in 2009.
Omgosh, I forgot that hilarious scene! Haha, she even wore a tiara. :D I miss her!
Beddy-bye, NT! Dream of me!
How are you going to move a meat processing plant overseas?
Damn they are going deep, just let the man play and make this go away!!!
Why would he object?
Well since she couldn't see it did you spell it
You mean the chances of it happening?
It needs to be spelled out for everyone, because you stood there rhetorically shaking your finger at the victim in this situation, and paid only lip service to the perpetrator--which to me indicates you didn't really think what the perp did was "all that bad."