are you still combing their hair at 13?
It's a cucumber
WEDDING cakes are not standard fare like, say, fish and loaves, Wedding cakes are individually commissioned, like any piece of art. Or is the Sistine Chapel's ceiling 'standard fare'?
Not I... I couldn't answer because the question was ill-defined.
No, ignorance of science doesn't push people towards atheism, and neither does ignorance of theology.
I?d try to find a use for them in research.
Why would the Almighty NOT allow one to suffer according to their own will?
I gave up on that place when i quit puffing ......
That doesn?t really add anything
Yes. Below you wrote, "we DO like to pretend there's free will...." That implies that you have concluded there is no free will.
So, you still believe slavery ended? We have a new name for it, recycled to be cleaner: "exploitation". Has the USA been not guilty of doing it to other nations?
Yes, yes they will. I explained this to you a dozen rimes. I showed you the legal history, you ignored it.
But then this OP is about choosing abortion, or being allowed to choose abortion, in the hypothetical case of determining sexual orientation in utero.
Eternal penalty is not infinite penalty. Steady-state, for instance.
That is more than a little
You left this part out:
You forgot some stuff
did you know when the milk expires, the missing child on the carton is no longer missing?
Trump is making Mueller look like a rag doll. lol Slapping him around for fun. hehe
I think there is independent evidence for a God. But setting that aside (for this discussion), let me put it this way. If someone shuffles a deck of cards many times and you chose one card, Its an ace of hearts. This is repeated, and it's again an ace of hearts. This is repeated, and it's again an ace of hearts. At some point, you would be convinced that the process was not random at all - even though a "random explanation" would always be a possibility. Fine-tuning makes the same argument. There are a number of variables that have to be so close to what they are for there to be any life at all that the odds of this occurring are unimaginably small. I think the best naturalistic explanation is a (perhaps nearly) infinite multiverse. This is the explanation that many scientists adhere to. This would allow such a remarkably universe like ours to have existed by chance. However, I think this "best naturalistic explanation" falls short, and that our universe does not seem to be something that happened by chance.
I listened to a radio interview about this last night; think it's saying something different, if people look further certain statistics start jumping out... like 70% of cases are of when the claimed past life died of unnatural causes (murder, suicide, accident, etc.), and then of the 30% left, apparently most of those so called past lives died before they were 15. So if it's people repeating stories on an individual scale, I'm not entirely sure they would be able to ensure said story will fit in to major statistical components on a macro scale like that. And if they did, people are naive enough to make up or repeat a story, but still have the wisdom to ensure it fits in to statistical components that weren't even calculated before UVA started documenting it...?...
Given your avatar name... I'm not sure I can muster a good enough apology.
Woefully misguided Christians, certainly.
Most recently--Gerald Ford.
well since l3-6ron stans are always bragging about making the finals and that we shouldnt hold finals losses againt him (true) or give players credit for not making the playoffs/finals (also true)...
Its saying the same thing. Its just more thorough.
I dont see how thats possible if we still allow Saudis.
Uhhh, I'm surprised. No Bacon?