I can't tell the quote is incomplete.
No, that is.
Lmao why am I just seeing this... Ugh, this dog NEVER knows how to mind his damn business. If someone has the audacity to pull up to their house, and get out of the car, ya boy here has to stop what he is doing and stare at them until they're in the house. I remember we were walking and a cop car pulled up to a house and gently knocked on the door. [I think the person's alarm had went off at some point, and they are obligated to get dispatched]. My dog stopped, and sat down on the sidewalk once again to watch them go around to the back fence and knock on it. All the while I'm trying to pull him gently [without yanking him because he's small], like come on, come onnn...
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.
Stop barking about your god and we'll stop barking about not believing.
Gay is a gift. Like all true gifts, it comes with a price whether we accept it or not. We see and experience life differently. We feel a need to give back, even to people who hate us irrationality. Those us who come out sooner give more back and often pay more for doing so but also feel freer for doing so. Some of us, try to honor faiths that persecute us, and try to "pray the gay away," marrying straight and raising a family, enduring the torture of straight marriage for our children. Such efforts always end badly and only after can the real healing begin for everyone duped by the falsehood of "gay conversion."
There is a whole lot of what one can measure in any relationship. How much time you spend together? How much time fighting? When was the last time you took the significant other on a date?
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.
Throwing an object is bordering on a violent act.. Especially feces... Politely asking someone to leave is NOT..
Did you find a typo, patriot?
No. The Jewish Bible never predicted a *human* scapegoat, much less one who was God incarnate. That's where the Christian Testament violates the Jewish Bible. The notion of Jesus as 1) a substitutionary sacrifice, who B) invalidated Judaism is utterly against the Jewish Bible, and is unbiblical in the truest sense. It's a tack-on by non-Jewish parties.
Your heart is very dark. You should have that checked out.
How do you know that your experience isn't simply a mental aberration, then?
Gobble more sausage, sausage gobbler, Trump isn't going anywhere.
loosen the tin foil hat buddy
Here are my viewpoints, even though I'm not a bona fide Christian.
There is nothing wrong or unnatural about being gay. I happen to know a gay Christian, so they are around and possible.
They both engaged in very sleazy behaviour.
LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Too effing funny.
Thanks for the thoughtful response, greenpeace. Again, we are on very similar pages. I agree with your view of how the economic paradigm needs to change, I like you theological influences and share many of the same philosophical influences. I too am a big fan of Varela, Spinoza, Bohm... since you mention a holographic model... are you a fan of Bergson? I think of his approach as aligning with a holographic-esque thinking very neatly. Jung is another favorite of mine, and since you mention Transpersonal Psychology, I assume you're probably a fan as well. Yes, Heraclitus certainly fits in with process philosophy or theology, though its his view of the divine logos and cosmos is fundamentally paradoxical (very much unlike the Stoic conception of logos, in that respect). I think Heraclitus's paradoxical approach aligns intriguingly with the gospels, given the overabundance of paradoxes found in the gospel stories and teachings.