Vikings didn't play!
Your banking claim was, and is, total bullshit.
Yes, religious freedom was emphasized.
Are you imagining I'm claiming that?
So you have zero empirical evidence except for Devine Authority. You sound exactly like an Afghan mullah teaching Stone age myths from the Koran. You are obviously incapabe of critical thought or introspection. We have nothing left to talk about, but I'm sure you'll demand the last word
They released the driver - sounds like they had no evidence, doesn't it? If the did, why wasn't the driver held?
...and American Citizenship.
I see no conflict between certain religions and the sciences. That tells me the conflicts are in people's interpretations.
Your unreason prohibits you from perceiving any evidence of god's non-existence. You must first stop believing in magic before you are able to form a rational thought. That's how logic works. You must first think. Knowledge will only come to those who seek it, those who start with the conclusion as a premise will never get to it.
This, 10/6. Even one is too many.
thinking about you ... i forget how to count... *wink*
2 Corinthians 5:15
??Whether Pos or Neg delivery...The point got across....But okay Yara..I understand....Sorry, if u feel sum type of way
Well said and very accurate....Debate no longer exists and has been replaced by childish rants and hissy fits. The cloak of anonymity has much to do with it.
Seattle is next and Vegas doesn't have to worry about losing any players.
It seems so simple but what about the fact that much of what you consider obvious fairness to "The people" I consider both ignorant and unfair in its own way.
I looked up George. Nothing evil about him. He's a philanthropist.
Are you gonna explain why you only post negative shit about blacks? or are you gonna keep deflecting?
Thank you for your thoughts, Praedrus. I know it can be alot to take in. Perhaps I am wrong in my assumption that Jesus' return could be as simple as the conversion to christianity. But what if Im right? The Jews are still looking for their messiah, after approximately 6000 yrs of waiting. Jesus' return was expected to happen within the lifetime of his followers. This is true, but still the church waits, 2000 yrs later. I believe my theory deserves at least a thought or a moments consideration. If todays church had half of the commitment to love and serve that the early church had in spades, we would be a power to contend with. Instead, we look to the clouds and expect a futuristic return of God in the flesh, all the while calling ourselves the Body of Christ, but not believing it. The church has fallen on hard times. We are not what God expects us to be. If we could only embrace the figurative return of Christ as a done deal, I think it would change the world we live in. ???????
That is a tautology. False reasoning: circular illogic. Begging the question.
How do you know? There are those who claim 100% certainty of the existence of a god out of alleged personal experience. A religious order is not necessary.
No, it isn't. It's not evidence of. It's a CLAIM of seeing a wizard. Evidence would be something like video, leftover magic dust, a wand that actually moves things.
So? He doesn't have the right to refuse service to gay people.
Jim Jones, head of "Peoples Temple of the Disciples of Christ"
And another thread is dead. Yay!
Yep! I mean it?s true.
Lol, sure tell yourself that.
Saying ugly words about a faith that you know little about is an attack.
Haha, I agree the thumbs always throw me off.
Science shows it. There are ZERO examples seen genetically where this is happening. Gradualism is a bust genetically...the modern science fiz.
I want to kill all people that call it a prostrate.
I've no reason to believe religion gives us anything that secular (not science) sources can give. Heck, science can do a better job at informing us about how to best approach issues like loss or socializing.... and when we find it doesn't work- unlike a religious ritual- it can be changed with little fuss or fanfare. Why even involve a god or deity or system of belief?