If he chooses the first option, he risks placing himself in the same impossible situation as before. The second option seems the most reasonable, as the third option is clearly impossible. Mr Phillips is clearly not willing to alter his perception of reality to conform the Orwellian standards of western society today. Good for him, I say - I'm glad that there're still people out there who're willing to publicly reject doublethink, even if they run the risk of being vaporised by the Ministry of Love.
Jesus (if he lived at all) 2000 years ago. Universe biliions of years old. Does not compute.
So the Christian god considered a baby it?s enemy?
I took a melatonin last night before I went to bed....in case I take my top off.
It?s before the courts.
You need to read my comment again, I said "NOT AS" uncertain. They are not as uncertain (if Christian or believer) if they are certain of the existence of their destination. They are one in the same.
We don't know what Jesus said.
Do you want them to adopt your culture? What about Sikhs? Mennonite women, Jewish men and women, etc. do not bear your point.
Well to be honest with you. There maybe less who are really saved and baptized in the Spirit of God. But again this is according to the words of the bible. That there are two roads people will follow. The broad road and the narrow road. The vast majority of people that travel thru this earth will travel the broad road which will lead to everlasting destruction. All the people who are on the broad road are all the people who believe they can get into heaven without Jesus. There are much less people on the narrow road and only less people will find it, because the narrow lead to everlasting life. The reason it is a hard narrow road because it is only thru Jesus Christ can people get into heaven.