1) Jesus' physical form had to be resurrected to show that death is not the end of life.
But evaluating the consequences is inherently subjective.
It actually get's funding both ways.
well the Sanhedrin did not have the power to sentence someone to death at that time. The depiction in the Gospels of the trail and crucifixion of Jesus is problematic as it contradicts both Roman and Jewish laws and traditions.
What do you have to fear?
Still trying to debate an admitted troll I see. Fuck me you morons are funny as.
The time served was already many times over what it should've been. Had she been properly sentenced, she would've been out years ago and had all her rights restored.
But not by them.
These are city dang cats :D
I wonder, sometimes, about taste and smell. It fascinates me that some people can enjoy a thing that others find noxious.
Let's take a look at the actual claim in Question 2:
LOL when Christianity truly ruled Europe, science stood still, right up to the renaissance really took of.
I understand your point, and I should have been more clear to say "what is the common understanding of the significance of those numbers in christian theology? " thank you!
So your saying if they don't do what Trump wants they can go to hell?
That wouldn't be so bad. If the family got along well, that is.
I love Ninkasi. After all, she is the goddess of beer.
"What's interesting is DNA is a computer program - there's coding, and as such, it needs a programmer."
oh I see. I took it wrong. I thought you were saying it's a bad argument. I agree, he's a big old jerk, in the bible
I don't think it should be legal to insult relatives at funerals with anti gay propaganda. If people can't have the decency to act correct it should be outlawed. In this case a clear hate crime to me.
I think there can be both. We need a good psychologist to come on here and explain it, I think
You can?t provide any evidence? Not one link?
Plus she wielded the powers of hell. I like it!
Thank you, how are you doing?
Your subjective standard does not make me wrong. Try again.
That 'A' may be "murder" is merely your fallible human judgment, and your fallible human judgment does not apply to God.