Are you saying you're outraged now?
So you do not obey the laws of where you live currently?
Salt on watermelon for the win! And some pepper too. Salt on tomatoes, salt the world.
None of what you described was a moral failure. Ceremonial uncleanness is not a moral failure, bit is an unavoidable part of the prescribed duties of many wonderful servants of God. A woman becomes ceremonially unclean as a mother. A mortician becomes unclean as he recovers a body for burial.
That's easy for you to say...
That?s why the Church teaches marriage as a Sacrament. Secular marriage is just paperwork that can be revoked with more paperwork. The Sacrament of marriage is covenant, a promise, that cannot be undone. It?s when two become one and that one is seen in the children. The children are the greater good and family means everything to them. It?s smart of you to wait until you find her and internal morality of wanting to be a stand-up dad someday.. And when you know, you?ll know. I bet there a lots of nice girls to meet at your local parish... just sayin?, the Church has the bonus of diversity of parishioners, including single ladies... ??
lol....a wild claim with zero facts
Why Wikipedia? Why not the source I gave you?
I see - you're the more smarterer christian, and not an atheist?
I'm not tracking why the story refers to him as white? As I am at work I cannot watch the video..is the burrito eater of a different race?
Sorry Opus...but that was mis-sent to you. It was actually meant to go to Scooter and his constant denial of Christians who are evil, and do evil things in the name of their religion, are not Christians according to him. I do not how it ended on a comment to you, because I damn well know I put that comment to Scooter.
When I say you I mean you as in you are representing or arguing from that position.
the actress that plays her has upcoming episodes OMG
Good one. It also has a supreme piece of irony: the author of that work was a social security beneficiary.
That is not context from the chapter, that is interpretation based on extrinsic evidence.