"such as increasing well being for all affected"
I am very liberal and pro-Second Amendment. You all are not the only ones arming yourselves.
That's because I routinely disagree with you. I just find it funny you think all religious conservatives are bad people. Says a lot about a person when they negatively lump an entire group of people like that together even though people belonging to that group are all vastly different.
They know they aren't winning, just get it over with quick
Christ is the only arbiter, because He alone knows the thoughts and intentions of each person.
I would imagine so. I'd ask for one if I finished second.
No one even reads Darwin's work as a scientific reference it is one and a half centuries old for Pete's sake.
What parts of the Bible make you uncomfortable?
It is the same motivation we have now. While there may be a small subset of non-religious people who think having kids is a bad idea, the majority of us do have kids despite not believing in a god.
I very rarely drink these days, but there are lots of drinks that can hide the taste of alcohol (Beware!).
Awesome. My boys and I used to play regularly, but one is in 29 palms and the other is working full time, so no time for it at the moment. In the meantime, Magic:Th Gathering and fantasy novels
So the larger question is there any evidence that would satisfy you?
Trudeau should have played Burnin Down The House for him.
Generation is referring to mankind. Man kind will not end before this will be accomplished.
perennialism also carries with it the baggage of a metaphysical truth that is found across the religious spectrum you mentioned.
"If God is real then the people do not really die..." Lovely, and that goes for the aborted fetus. Nobody is "pro-abortion" and you know it. It's an ugly thing but some people see it as a solution to a world of problems that would be created not just for themselves but the baby they would be bringing into the world. If that spirit needs to be born it will be born eventually. Personally, I would prefer to be aborted than be born into a lousy situation.
lol I guess it's my fault for assuming that parents don't just buy everything for their kids. I was on a weekly allowance system until I turned 16 and got a job. The rule was something like: things of necessity can be bought for me, but things that I want I have to pay for. I'm actually pretty sure that remember I saving up allowance 5 or 10 bucks a week to eventually pay for a hair dye job. It was when bleaching your hair was the rage, like Eminem or Billy Joe from Greenday.
rwd That?s a fact and a good point.