I've made the same point a few times. Imma still waiting for some of the same folks that are here posting their outrage....again....to give a civil answer. I doubt I'll ever get either an answer of that it will be civil......go figger.
That is NOT what I said. But adaptation and evolution are two different things. "Nature" can never "select" anything, being an impersonal, non-living order that God has ordained.
That's the way to start my day, Zangie. :D
Do you have reason to disagree with the good Reverend and all of the other scientists he references?
As in "peering through the cavity"?
Sorry buds. Ain't gonna happen.
Yes, he does. He is a narcissist and cannot abide anyone who simply knows better than he does. He thinks he knows it all.
I can understand that. Upvoted.
Wow, you got me... Sheesh, I didn't know I was up against intellect of such magnitude /s
If by "impartial and non-biased" you mean "doesn't give a sh*t whether something is true or not", then yeah, I'm biased. I care about what really happened in the past, is happening now, and can happen in the future.
I got married Saturday.
No, I told one guy that nihilism isn?t right or wrong. I did say it was stupid.
I'm not being clear. I'm not interested in being a murder victim: I'm just tired of dealing with inconvenient people. Murder's a one-way street! Cross me once: shame on you!
Being attracted to someone of the same sex shows that you need healing. You dont sin unless you act on it.
or so someone who was not there says.
Rather he's telling the truth or not you really shouldn't be in a relationship especially a marriage when you can't trust the other party. Decide for for yourself if you want to continue to fight for your marriage & if you're willing to do so alone.
You in your room, obvi
It certainly had issues that could have been improved, but Republicans chose to instead sabotage and destroy it out of spite towards Obama.
My point is that you don't see your hypocrisy. Which you keep on confirming here.
Listen to you precious snowflakes! LOL
Take back our Country !I heard it the past few years
yep. exactly. Had I been unhappy with not being engaged to my husband I would have asked him to marry me. As it stood, he was more anxious to go to the next step so he was the first to ask.
These are the typical type of extreme situation that is used to dismiss the more common place concerns of Utilitarianism. Usually the question is more along the lines of having the majority to give up some minor convenience or traditional way in order to guarantee the extreme needs of a minority. So would you all give up say$5 to save a man about to die, because he can't afford a very expensive, but valuable treatment that likely would save him? Or would you pay a little more for you food so the producers can have a more reasonable life style? Because sometimes the greater good is the amount of good for a few or would you use a electric vehicle so we didn't cause as much environmental damage, which would benefit us all.
*Ahem* vulgate of St. Jerome?
I'm a religious person, no doubt, but even a good religious scholar makes an effort to have an ongoing discussion about how to interpret scripture to today's life.
The supernatural is within us all, naturally. That word, as well as 'miracle', magic, and 'occult' merely mean something the observer doesn't understand or comprehend.
I think you don't understand the Constitution or the law. Nobody forced him to do anything except treat all customers the same. His business is making cakes.
We just haven't found the actual ark.
and That's the trufff...
I have a pretty spiffy public pension after 15 years. But that?s because the GM of the independent agency I worked for wanted a super golden package for himself & the Board voted it in as they got a slice too, so a handful of lucky top mgmt employees who were in the right place at the right time also benefited. I will say that had I stayed in the private sector, though, I would have made at least 5 times the salary, so I actually took a huge hit financially. I gained a lot more personal time when The Kid was small, though, so that was the motivator.
That's a difficult test!
One of our dogs has got to be part lab, part Aussie shepherd, and part bratwurst
Good thing your confirmation bias tells you that all of those things were whatever prophecy you want them to be.
I am an atheist. I didn't chose to be. I just discovered I was. But that has nothing to do with my political views, I am a liberal independent. I believe in government. I also believe in fair distribution of the wealth. I believe in a living wage law. I also believe in a woman's right to chose to bear or not bear children. I don't believe that everyone has the right to own a gun of any type. In other words, I believe in gun control.
Religion is valuable to the people who practice it.