What theory am I supposed to have?
Let's be serious. Christians will not accepted the decision should it go against them. To the same token, people who believe in equality over selective use of dogma will not accept the decision either.
Protectionism doesn't work.
So it still isn't a logical answer. How is a child's foreskin a sign of covenant?
E-verify allowed employers to knowingly employ illegals, but check all the boxes the policy requested.
Nope. It wouldn't.
I don't disagree. I always avoid the Hitler is christian argument because inevitably, theists will also provide counter quotes.
"You still will not compare and contrast an idea or emotion with
As a non-theist it's pretty darn amazing too. :)
Sir Tainley is usually pretty awesome, he only failed to point out that the interpretation of the true Christians question could apply to the Ebola people or to the rest of the congregation.
Omda's balls are busy right now please call back or again.
she might very well be playing "helpless" so that you keep taking care of her, and she can keep playing these games..
Oh yeah sorry, I was referring to the one you were responding to
Paradox is a phenomenon that demands thorough investigation.
Because your claims are lies.
I'd call you a sadistic equestrian necrophile, but that would be like beating a dead horse
Do you mean apart from the archaeological excavations that have uncovered first century (and earlier) pottery, coins, a house, a farm and a watchtower? I reference the relevant research in the OP - these are all dated to the "early-Roman period" - first century BCE to the first century CE. Some pottery has been dated to the second century BCE. Trained archaeologists who have excavated the site have published work on all of this.
I answered your: "Otherwise?", question. You are struggling with the answer.
Fewer chances for grammatical errors if you keep it short and reptitive, you illiterate fuck. It's good advice. Take it.
Free will does not imply that someone can choose to believe that two plus two is not four. Likewise, it does not imply that someone who knows God is real and who knows Him personally can then *choose* to disbelieve.