There is such a thing, you are one for example. The paper you ignorantly quote mined, was all about that and not what you lied and tried to use it as. You ignored the subject and its findings and used terms out of context to try and create a false narrative.
just for clarification, Susan,
Water features in the backyard are so 1990s.
I do indeed disagree with your "opinion" on the 2nd amendment...you are correct on that point. However, I am a proud constitutionalist first and foremost... and stand ardently by the constitutional process. I also, by contrast, stand ardently against unconstitutional "short cuts" (usually by liberals), which try to abridge protected rights with unlawful restrictions.
Then you continue to show an utter lack of knowledge about education. As I already said, you can't imagine that people are able to leave their own biases on the doorstep, but they can. I have done so, when providing training to large groups and to individuals. It is part of the duties of an educator to teach to the curriculum, and to be impartial where appropriate.
"Only one big bang per universe" What has this to do with morals?
Thank you for your kindness, Dan. I really appreciate your thoughts. ???????
I know it sounds like a crazy idea, but you might want to actually read the link you keep posting...
If you were a cannibal, how would you prepare me?
No one said gays can consciously choose their attractions. That doesn't change the fact that some people feel their sexual attractions are unwanted, nor does that explain the high degree of fluidity regarding sexual orientation.
Here's how one influential Christian of the 20th C described it:
The bible hasn't been preserved.
This may be a very unfair statement and, if it is, I apologize.