Greeny here likes to use this Texas fallacy I believe. He finds a positive result that a Christian was involved in out of billions of Christians and over a thousand years and then credits Christianity with whatever those Christians did.
I don?t believe in any of your gods either.
Ahh, lol. Sorry, Sometimes I do some flurry typing to get my thoughts out and make a lot of mistakes.
There is nothing bigoted in referring to facts. Someone who crosses border of a country illegally while not being in danger is not a refugee but a criminal. Countries have borders for a reason.
For the reason I stated: plausibility doesn't validate the epistemic requirements, but rather epistemic requirements validate plausibility. In that regard, the absence of something plausible is a more profound validation of Russell's example than the presence of something implausible.
If men are routinely being killed because of someone's lacking of physical fitness was happening often I would have an issue, but I don't see that happening alot
My uncle another attorney just called to tell me if they balk on anything to come to him as well
How is it cowardly to attack someone who owns guns?
We had our chance and we blew it by electing Republicans. Now the world can descend back into pre-war chaos, complete with new countries pursuing nukes. Great.
Ah...easier said than done. I've been there! It seems to hold even with teens (at least it was so for me).
I hear a lot of dumb comments that warrant it, thus I do it.
I agree, a relationship is still two separate people who choose to be together
If you take his claim to the extreme, then Trump can do anything without recourse. And that's just not true.
I don't sit there and yell hurrah he is dead five minutes after I find out someone is dead.
They didn't analyse 100,000 animal species, they did 3 species.
It?s weird how obsessed liberals and their media are with calling everyone racist, isn?t it? It?s almost like they want everyone to be racist or something, for some reason.
Are they only correct when what they say matches your belief?
You're taking this way too seriously.
Yep. Folly must still be reproved.
Are you sure you've picked the best examples to rebut Dark's point? Is it really "the people" of North Korea and Cuba that stand for atheism and against religion? Or is it the self-appointed spokesmen of "the people?"
"Businesses don't have religions."
I defend the OT, yes.
what is a lie?
Believe me... I know about the confusion between migrants & refugees.
Science hasn't told us this either.
How about letting me decide the issues? My judgment is perfect!
I'm good right where I'm at, thanks.
I think that everyone has a yearning for answers and that religions have been exploiting that fact since the beginning of time by pretending that they have them.
We are seeing much more fake history being written today to serve political agendas and ideologies. History written by hacks and deceivers. A well known area of this false revisionist history is in the history of the Catholic Church (Christianity). That history has been rewritten many times by freemasons, Protestants, and other enemies of the Church to the point where it has become 'true' among the minds of most. This author of the book in your OP is most likely also an enemy of the Church as I believe she is a former Catholic sister who abandoned her Church and is now a part of Jesus Seminar working to destroy the Church. I would bet she praises other revolutionaries against the Church such as the French revolutionaries. Look what the French Revolution has done to Christendom and the once great country of France. Many people read crap like hers and believe it. It's a very dangerous thing.