Defining "change" as "experiential" and "changeless" as "frozen, changeless, eternal," makes no sense (and in the second case is circular).
Wow, you are one judgemental Christian aren't you.
He's married and giving his business partner's wife the code to his hotel room. That's a creep.
Two finger discount?
"What evidence do you propose could exist regarding the nonexistence of the nonexistent?"
If I don't get cake, no one gets cake. A shame their gas line had not been inspected.
Well, me for one. And the people asking the question. And the people giving the answer. :P
It's spelled Disqus, DJT... Learn to spell
Keep on ?spelling?.
Not if physical death is not the ultimate end.
To think if only they didn't get their tax break, The Church of Scientology would be demolished.
And again, post the citations to the peer-reviewed scientific research published in scientific refereed journals that documents the efficacy of reparative therapy.
How many posters are you feuding with?
That 3 foot pike you caught wasn't ever 3 1/2 feet?
Well, from my pov, it's a meaningless word even if one can define it.
Not proven either.
I disagree. Stephy's main point was why are you comparing a crazy fundamentalist Christian with a more moderate laid back Muslim? It wasn't about sweeping generalizations - it was about picking particular ends of the spectrum when making comparisons.
That's what you get when you have a pop culture that glorifies thugs. It's sickening.
Trump seems the type of negotiator that would walk into your home and say he wants everything, but really only wants one thing. I do not have confidence in our current Federal Government to be able to negotiate and work with that one thing he wants.
Breitbart is hardly representative of Trump voters, I think, and probably leans further to the right. Generally being on the Internet is no guidepost to getting a representative sample on anything, though I don't doubt anything you say is true.
Being alone on the beach, especially at sunrise, sunset, or at night when the sky is filled with stars.
that does not change my statement at all. a year ago everyone thought he was the best person for the job
Pure fantasy, capitalism is an economic system not a social policy system. Companies will only keep employees in the basement if government policies allowed for such a thing. And that has nothing to do with Walmart that has to do with the heart of man which is corrupt. That's why every economic and political system that has ever existed has flaws and those flaws tend to be related to human activity
I like the Churchill quite about Americans. Something to the effect of: the Americans always do the right thing. But only after they've tried everything else first.
Yeah, and he didn't answer the question either. :-?
Hmmm...On it. Maybe!
The (Samaritan) Woman at the Well - a two-way lived message.