It is God's truth that during the Mosaic epoch of redemption there were physical life and death consequences regarding life under the law and indeed the Canaanites were the subject of divine judgment at the hands of the Israelites, just like all unbelievers will be when Jesus returns. God is morally exacting and he intimately tracks the sins of the world. Sins are so serious that in order to be saved from them it took the crucifixion of the Son of God.
As in "peering through the cavity"?
Yep. thats exactly what Im doing...Im calling her a slvt.
Carbon dating is not wrong. What it is is not precise, a fact that no one who uses carbon dating is unaware of or hiding. Big difference, one that is based in a massive misunderstanding of how it works and one that is perpetuated by the media in the way they report the results of any carbon dating as they tend to exclude the +/-.
God is certainly in the bullying business.
Your access to this channel has been removed troll.
I've no reason to believe religion gives us anything that secular (not science) sources can give. Heck, science can do a better job at informing us about how to best approach issues like loss or socializing.... and when we find it doesn't work- unlike a religious ritual- it can be changed with little fuss or fanfare. Why even involve a god or deity or system of belief?
OK. Then a brother can marry a sister, and a man can marry 6 women and a couple of men at the same time (polyamorous marriage).
Animal Farm - it starts w/list of rules that change w/ the leadership.
Just for context, I work in accounting, so I get to see what's really going on in these institutions behind the curtain and yes they do. There's a reason why private equity groups do this....because there are multiple ways to get their money back and then some. Due to the IRS rules, they are allowed to only take back so much to repay the investment, as well as for "management fees", etc...but they purchase the property, which builds a multi-million dollar asset. Once this is paid back, everything after that is gravy on top for them, which is taken through management fees, marketing fees, consulting fees, or just straight up rent. Have you ever heard of a "mega church"? These weren't built by private donations....or by the church members, or even the church itself....they could only afford it through a PEG and they would only invest in this....if there was money to be made, which they do. Don't let the "not for profit" label fool you, the excess money has to go somewhere and only so much is required for charity, the rest gets "balanced" through basically increasing "fees" to the PEG.