The gods. It's all right there. Read it.
You should work with Stephen Miller...you two are equally immoral and dimwitted.
Oh cool..then you and I will be talking...again.
Jews were stoned by other Jews for heresy, not crucified by the Romans. If the crucifixion actually took place, it was for a Roman crime, likely sedition, not a Jewish one.
I know a few like that. They are feed up with what they call "intolerant backward BS" so really don't do churches or the bible but still have this concept of god
Your argument was about Gospels and the credo. Are you changing it now?
Of course you can.
Eww. I feel scandalized.
Sorry you missed the point.
Yes there is actually a lot of pretty clear and convincing evidence that God does not exist. Of course it's difficult to prove a negative. However there are a lot of things that should or should not be true if God does or does not exist. For example there is no clear evidence of the existence of any gods which is not surprising of no gods exist. Arguments for God?s existence suffer from irreparable logical flaws, which should not be the case if there really is a God. Religion demands faith and discourages attempts to verify its claims through testing and experimentation. This fact is less surprising if there is no God. Religion has a history of intolerance and violence, and this not likely to be true if there is a God. Science is a very effective way of gaining knowledge. Revelation and scriptural study are not, as people disagree about both and this fact is more likely to be true if there is no God. Religion attempts to suppress outside examination and criticism, and this fact is less surprising if there is no God. Religion has cruel, dangerous and repressive doctrines which it is morally incumbent upon us not to support. This should not be true if religion is true. There is a vast amount of religious confusion and disagreement between people who are members of the same religion. This fact is less surprising if there is no God. Religion is fragmented into sects that cannot agree on key issues of doctrine or ethics, and this should not be true of religion is true. Religions emerge in isolated areas and only then spread in space and time, rather than appearing in every society at once. If there is a God this should not be the case. The mind has a physical basis, and this fact is less like to be true if there is a God. There is too much gratuitous evil and unnecessary suffering. This should not be true if there is a God. Naturalism is the norm and supernaturalism cannot be verified which makes sense if there is no God. The Bible contains many contradictions and historical inaccuracies, and this fact is less surprising if there is no God. For the most part belief in God is a force for stagnation and against progress. This should not be true if there is a God. Atheists are no less happy or fortunate than believers and usually more so. This should not be the case if God exists.
There is zero reason for any Vet to be homeless,unless they are mentally ill or have an addiction problem,and you just can't drag people out of homelessness.They have to want to end it,they must look for help to end it it.Our Veteran's benefits are amongst the best in Canada,haven't you noticed that it's mostly civilians complaining about the care our Veterans get?The only real complaint I've heard from Veterans is the backlog of soldiers waiting to get their benefits,and yes we have to do something about that......
"Canada is no match for the the United States and we know it."
lol - looking for a fight again, eh? :)
That makes no sense.