I've heard this called an 'Intellectual Turing Test'. The way I heard it expressed if you actually believe something you should be able to present the arguments against it well enough that an onlooker couldn't tell you apart from a genuine believer.
It has to do with whether or not the Holy Spirit comes from the Father and the Son, or just the Father, in the Nicene Creed.
The milder form of provocation where you're asking a question to
Last I checked, 8 day olds aren't capable of giving consent.
Which rule of logic have I violated?
Well, yes it is. But then a lot of how the Bible is interpret is a bit of a stretch.
I mean I take discussions about marriage to mean you are interested in getting married...hints would be leaving wedding magazines lying around
Then you got trot your bad azz out there and find them. You won't find them in any mainstream Christian Church today though.
Well, that did, at least, make me smile!
So you seem to have at least some basic understanding of morality. But could you defend it? What would be your argument against a fanatic who proclaims his enemies as children of the Nephilim? What about a dictator who oppresses his people to "keep the peace" and "protect the integrity of the country"?
So you don't know about the disease of prophyria?
weird Mattis reference, but sure buddy...
actually I think funerals are good for this too
Do you know why they had to be repeated? Too twitchy = blurred the first time?
I?ll never drive through it again. ;)
It's great isnt it?! Sad that there are only 3 more episodes :(
Absurdity. There are literally new laws on the books, executive orders filed and regulations removed that do exactly such things.
Do you guys EVER give that rivalry shit up?
Look, the couple got their rights. They got to marry. Then, they immediately become the oppressors. It's not enough to have the right to marry; the baker must be compelled to give them his blessing.
"Only choices can be sin." --- So "original sin" is a choice?
sliiiiiide on in here wit dat kewl self...
Agnosticism includes such refusal, but the consistent agnostic will do as I described, i.e., refusing also to affirm the opposite proposition.
You've got be careful how much cargo you put in that boat!