To be equally blunt, the God my wife believes in--passionately, not luke warmly--is not the same God you believe in. It is a much more gracious God than the one you believe in. You might think she's not a real Christian. You would be wrong about that.
I'll start giving a damn about how many tourists do or don't go to Nazareth if I decide to vacation there. In the meantime, what I do give a damn about is what religious origin stories can tell us about the ways that religions exercise power. That means investigating the stories and critically sifting them to separate truth from falsehood. If your point is "Nobody knows, so who cares?", my counterpoint is "Nobody knows, so let's go with the argument with the better evidence." If I didn't care, I wouldn't be debating... and if you didn't care, neither would you :)
Ratzinger was guilty as all hell.
Not so sure about general health care but the potential bills to provide life long intense counseling services to treat the trauma already inflicted on those incarcerated could be upwards of a billion or more dollars. Professional health organizations are shouting to trump about the life long trauma these types of separation are known to cause both children taken; and families taken from. I assure you they will sue this administration for all they have; so this could end up to be the most expensive, disastrous mistakes to date that trump has made.
Sounds like you have nothing.
Let me be sure I've got this straight: You'd tell your wife to stop being overbearing and jog off because you want to chat with some lady at work. That's the gist of it, right?
All nations rise and fall. Don't need a book of Jewish fairy tales to tell me that.
I agree with your first sentence. And I hope your second is wrong.
You're never alone with a schizophrenic.
The other way to look at the death of Jesus is the shedding of blood to seal a covenant.
I was also!
Your statement was an absolute best way to get things wrong?