"The ICM opinion poll also indicates that a fifth have sympathy with the "feelings and motives" of the suicide bombers who attacked London last July 7, killing 52 people, although 99 per cent thought the bombers were wrong to carry out the atrocity."
Yes, please pick one for me. I'm new to this new changes. Thank You for a quick response. Thank You in advance.
Repeal the stupid tax give away
It's 6000 years old, you heathen! ;)
Oh, we don't invent the reality of the universe, and I didn't mean to imply anything of the kind. I am merely saying that gravity is a part of the universe, and science is the tool we use to try and figure-it-out.
The laws you cite do so at the expense of denying others their freedom to speak their mind and that is an evil that is just as great.
1. A believer would say no. I would say yes.
This need has been inoculated through indoctrination.
Example, should the government ban certain books they deem have hate speech in them?
I feel so much safer now.
Philosophy is a clearer terminology to use to approach the issue. Science is based on Philosophy. Christian moral philosophy in its original informal form in the three Gospels took additional Philosophical form at least in the Gospel of John and the letters of Paul. Christian Neoplatonism developed along the Church line, until St. Anthony the Great set out on his Luke 12:33 ("Sell your possessions and follow me (Jesus)") mission of Christian spiritual growth training. The monastic tradition which followed him then generated a Christian monastic Neoplatonic Philosophical tradition that led to the eight patterns of "evil thought/vices" (later the "Seven Deadly Sins"), the process of Purgatio-Illuminatio-Unitio, which led to St. Benedict?s rule and others. The monastic schools then led to the Universities, where St. Thomas of Aquinas proceeded with his Great Synthesis using Aristotelian Philosophy, and The Toledo School Translations of Greek Scientific Philosophy reached Copernicus, Galileo, and so on.
"The National Football League announced Wednesday that all players who are on the field when the national anthem is heard before a game must stand ? or they can choose to remain in the locker room without penalty."
Um, I'm not sure where you're getting your legal information, but you're wrong.
It's about freedom of speech not about the practice of religion
Oh lordly, by the 90's, I was on my second marriage and had a child, no freedom there for me! LOL