Well I for one have an appreciation for "macho" culture.... what, with making us the most successful, prosperous, safe and resilient civilization and all....
Thank you for sharing your utterly useless anecdotal story.
What a great Republican Trumpist. Fits perfectly
I'll repeat again -- the Phillips baker case does involve federal law and state law which he deliberately broke by failing to provide publicly offered goods and services equally to all members of the public as those laws dictate.
Your interpretation is a very novel (and exceedingly self-serving) one.
I don't think I mentioned Rosanne. That is not a factor in my opinion. I am not going to even go through the parallels of racist vs sexist comments and whom loses their job.
Name ONE woman who "led a home church", TFCC... just one... let alone the "LOT" that you are blathering about... otherwise, how's about a public apology for spreading lies, or do you feel no shame?
Why? I'm not the one claiming to be a god. Or even that one exists. That's your claim, you prove it.
You are full of hate it seems. I hope you can get past it sometime. The question is malformed, because it all depends on how you apply Christianity - it's not some inherent thing. Look at people, who are responsible for their actions - they don't get to blame something external, like an approach to ego transcendence. They fail a lot.
regardless of what you think and opine , specifically , I do not have a rebuttal for . some perhaps will , but what is the use ?
calling you one what?
Stop harassing me!!!
I think it depends. Some sensitivity is obvious some isn't. Sometimes it's more obvious to some people then others. I think being able to talk about these things is much more important then someone "knowing".
those are COMMANDS, not morals
That chart is pretty much spot on!
I'll try my best.
I'll respond to you if I want. And you clearly failed to read the article.
True. I don't even bother to watch it anymore
Absolutely wrong babe. But let me ask you a question Uncle Screwtape. Do you agree with Richard Dawkins that cannibalism is...a yummy idea? ;)
Rabid weasels. My best advice for most things.
Sure. They're a luxury item for their owners, that others are forced to endure, like second-hand smoke used to be.
As my Family Law professor said, horrifying most of the class and leaving me laughing helplessly, "For all we know, the bible was written by ten drunk guys sitting on a rock." It was the size of the rock that got me going.
Since I've been heavy into genealogy for many years, it's easier to grasp the concept. Tracing a line from today backwards, one would think "okay, everybody has a mom". But tracing a line from say 8-10 generations ago to today, it becomes obvious how it happens. Many women never married, or only had sons, or had daughters who never married, or only had sons, or no children at all. Every line I've traced has broken lines on either the male side or the female side. Some lines virtually disappear. Example: My Grandmother was a McConnell. Traced this line back to GGG-Grandparents. Traced the line back down each of the descendants. Today, there are no members of this line named McConnell (although there are many who descend from the GGG-Grandparents).
Gretchen. Maxine is your champion. Please let her know that she needs to keep up her tirades...
1 John 4:10?
lol I think that made my day.
hold on, I'll find one of you tongueing Barry Obungos bung hole.
Or lose another valued customer, in my case.
Ok, I was obtuse in my previous post. I have thought about it some more and I think I have figured out how it works.
When the Church is described as a "rape cult", I'm not sure there's a line being drawn between the clergy and the laity. Cults infer the membership as well. Additionally, I'm not sure that drawing that distinction is at all meaningful. If you "shut down" the clergy, what does that mean for the laity?