That's a lie.
Who was called a name?
Absolutely! To me the WWJD card is unnecessary if you are following
What the hell are you talking about? When you go to a lab like Quest or Labcorp, a tech draws your blood. There is no medical training required to operate an ultrasound.
So you concede your argument under the condition I don't assert that religious people are mentally ill?
When I was a teen, our Baptist church studied Revelations under Ken Gangle who would later rise to be Dean at Dallas Theological. And one of the theories of Revelations was that Christianity was a resistance movement against the Roman Empire and Greco-Roman World. And the slightly heretical idea came to me that the Church really did defeat the Roman Empire and then had a millennium (1000 years) where the Church ruled from somewhere around 500AD to 1500 AD.
There are attempts to kill Paul multiple times in Acts. He uses "I'm a Roman citizen" as a shield.
I think we might have a problem. If the case is appealed to the Supreme Court (I don't know whether it is eligible or not), SCOTUS might again vote in favor of religion. At some point, they might make a blanket ruling.
Same here ??
So my parents' neighborhood is usually super quiet. I went to walk my dog today and about a couple blocks away we overhead this argument. Some dude was yelling SUPER loud [which, made it amplified because there aren't any people out and all the school buses are gone etc.]
"and if I don't"?
Keep drinking the Kool-Aid, my friend. We'll see how the midterms go.
So. you're endorsing the extraterrestrial-theory? That's fascinating: life was seeded and centuries later (not billion of years, of course) cultures were indoctrinated by beings sent from astroships: Thor, Krishna, Jesus, Zeus, Manito... somewhat like a team of gardeners in a botanic garden, right?
And drug use.
Calling someone a name differs from criticizing a religion.
Your faith in Christopher Hitchens is inspiring... She was alive and knew about his criticism when it was published, the only response she had was "He's forgiven."...
Good stuff as long as life treats ya right. all's well with the world. Well except Taco Bell nothing will be right with Taco Bell
people have to nitpick it seems.
Damnit, dancy! The correct answer was "I prefer ranch undressing. Rawr!"
Of course, if a person merely objects to out-of control children, does that automatically equate to "being racist"?
The problem with that theory is that you really just can't do much economic damage on inbred rubes in backwards dysfunctional WELFARE Red States who can barely pay the cable bill as it is.
Its called genetics and over 200 years of human evolution.
It depends on what political system and cultural mindset would have replaced Christianity. History teaches us that it's not too difficult to unite peoples and nations to enter a war or to conquest other territories. The Mongol Empire and the Roman Empire, for instance, didn't need Christianity to conquer huge lands.
Caesar's consent to try Jesus & crucify Him, much to his dismay
The fundie Christians in Uganda came very close to making homosexuality a death sentence offense. They opted for life in prison instead.
Well then, thanks Christianity for the dark ages I guess :-D
Probably, and to a point - I've never actually read it. I understand that the idea of fiqh is set here, and that it certainly has its share of Deuteronomy-style laws that belie the time it was written.
The Metro Toronto Fire Department are ordering these exoskeletons for use by their firefighters. They're Canadian made, have already debuted in Japan with their Hyper Rescue Unit and with the Germans.
no ; But there's a great Pagan temple there. The first since......a long time..
Happy Friday Stinkerbutts!! Happy B-day Tex!!
>>"iam invoking magic?"<<
If they're the ones with the surprisingly stinging clap back... Probably mine XD