Yet you can't see how making a comment about NRA members when talking about a gun accident is an attempt to link the two? Interesting blind spot you have.
When one "follows" the doctrines of any respected teacher, rabbi, guru, whatever, he takes the teacher's propositions as true and the moral guidance as virtuous.
"No refuge could save the hireling and slave/From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave"
How did that even make sense in your head. Seriously dude, try college!
Watch the video I linked below and fast forward to the 9:50 mark in the video to hear the Australian 60 minutes reporter state very clearly that
I stopped reading after, "... a professor of women's and gender studies at Merrimack College, asked...." Anything after that would only have raised my blood pressure.
yes cheap, but something else, they have the skills and want to do the work, unlike many young Americans
Going somewhere where only one side of the issue is allowed doesn't help the OP at all in anyway.
Same goes for Jesus. Get over it.
You are a thin skinned. That's why as soon as you saw my comment, it ate you up.
Yeah, it?s that mysticism, eastern philosophies connection that I recognize and when I first heard about QP, I highly related religion to QP?s notions. I could see what, as you said, ?the ?mystical? writings of many great physicists? saw. It just came naturally/hit me, for some reason. IOW, I can see the connection. I can only imagine how it would impact me with training, but I?d rather figure stuff out for myself. It takes longer but I will feel like I earned it, it wasn't forced or indoctrinated with it.
Hello. Can you add an image please?
You "Haven't read...", but I need to educate myself ?!!!
Nothing in your evidence demonstrates the supernatural.
An advocacy group which represents many of the province?s estimated 20,000 doctors says ?gross mismanagement and negligence? under the current Kathleen Wynne Liberal government has seen billions of dollars cut to front-line care.
It is actually very possible. All their research shows is that a change in the DNA of the elephant occurred about 200 000 years ago. This change was so beneficial that it permeated the entire elephant gene pool. They were still elephants. Just slightly better elephants.
I mean, parents should definitely teach them to be independent. No doubt. But in some cases, it just makes more financial sense to not get your own place.
Agreed - it's the old "if X didn't exist then Y wouldn't have happened" fallacy.
Trump has no reasoning. He?s a moron
Fox is garbage. About time the right started to turn on it. Also I saw this guy being interviewed and he said Donald Trump is a danger to the constitution and his supporters can't admit they are wrong. Again he is a republican and retired military officer.
Spoiling for a fight, are you? Not that I blame you, it's half the fun of being here.
As i was leaving, i took this, (police are other side of building),the lights are flashing but you can't tell much.
I think that she did understand and CHOSE to take offence. Is it just coincidence that only the Women's Studies professor was offended? I don't think so, I think that her "outrage" is contrived at best. I am a liberal (a social democrat actually) but I am troubled by the rise of these people who I refer to as the "alt-left". They often make a big deal of rather trivial things like this not because they want to change society for the better, but because they want the publicity. Then they find some ambitious but dim-witted journalist like Ruth Marcus in the Washington Post to write about it in an effort to gain more fame.
DNA, like all of God?s creation, is not proof of god?s existence. Believers may say it?s proof, but that doesn?t make it so. You first have to show that God is real and then, after that, you might possibly claim that he did and made stuff.
You assume way, way too much...
Thanks for the very thoughtful reply. There's a bunch I agree with and a bunch I don't agree with. It's clear you haven't just robotically swallowed what you're feed. You've thought it through deeply.
Nicely done. You have made your point quite clearly.
No - my butt eats my hair sometimes too.
"I was willing to fight and die for my country back then." This comment makes me more and more mad re-reading it!
I follow no religion. I not only see the forest and the trees but I am quite aware that I, as the seer of them, stand apart from them as the constant observer.
ok, I thought the question was in the Op-Ed. I've never posted one here and didn't know let me get on that. Thanks.
no, i wouldn't say that the exact same situation has to happen. that's a bit absurd. all that is needed is a safe space for islamic thinkers and clerics to expound and re-interpret the faith for a modern era.
Interesting is that the best you can do is to accuse others of rationalizing rabid bigotry while conclusively demonstrating your own bigotry, oh but hey Christians bad, Muslims good no matter what right?