I'm not confusing anything . In God's eyes sin is sin. Jesus said that you can commit sin by just lusting for it in your mind without even committing it !
Actually, no. Evolution is supported by a mountain of observable, verifiable evidence.
One word. Jebus.
I don?t see where you mention the incubation period, the nuclear regulatory commission stipulates these protocols, it?s not negotiable and shouldn?t be overlooked based on the long term consequences in relation to engineering discrepancies that can compromise the structural integrity of the facility. The other major problem with nuclear energy is the nuclear waste. We?re over 75 years into the nuclear age and we still haven?t figured out what to do with the waste. The Yucca mountain facility is clearly a failure based on the numerous reports of leaks and contamination. Also, the Fukushima nuclear disaster doesn?t instill confidence within the public about the ramifications of nuclear meltdowns, Japan is still cleaning up the mess and they?re running out of places to store the radioactive water used to cool the reactor. Whether it?s earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, tornadoes and or typhoons, natural disasters are a reality regardless of where these facilities are placed. There are no safeguards to natural disasters, therefore nuclear energy is a dead energy technology until we can modify the process to avoid nuclear meltdowns, one way is the MSR concept but I can?t even confirm that until all the variables are calculated. So based on the time frame in reference to zero energy production during its construction process, nuclear energy wouldn?t work regardless along with our inability to get rid of the waste or even store it.
"So, if St. Paul and Timothy were alive today, they wouldn't make the same statement, is what I think."
Not only is there not one single shred of authentic and original, 1st century originated historical evidence of the existence of "Jesus", there is also no historical evidence of or reference to a 1st century city of "Nazareth".
That may be the most stupid post of the day.
Did anyone pick 50? Did anyone pick 50?!
And Jesus taught that people need to engage in spiritual growth training to experience better the meaning of "what has to exist." Freud, who softened up on his anti-theism, led a legacy that confirmed the significance of and advanced the understanding of Jesus? emphasis on "Seeking the Kingdom of God first / Taking the plank out of your own eye.... / become like a child..." Jung, Adler, and Assagioli were three in the next generation who had distinctly positive approaches to spirituality in Therapeutic Psychology, foreshadowing the founding of the Transpersonal subdiscipline.
""The ONLY way to even be remotely assured is to follow the Bible.""
That's mostly me reminding myself why I'm not responding. It's from a book series I greatly enjoy.
I understand many people would find the behavior totally unacceptable and intolerable. But in order to make the best decisions, it can help us to step away from the perspective we can control other people. People are who they are. We can accept who they are, and and make our decisions. To accept how people are can greatly lessen our anger, resentment, and condemnation.
Secularism is here because discarding irrationality is part of the evolution of human beings.
Yes, I do tend to cling to facts and direct quotes.
certainly not fat fucking moochers like you loser girl.
"Circumcise the foreskin of your heart"? Does that mean make your heart less sensitive and in my opinion, less sexy?