Yes, just like how the Jews have substituted truth with lies and wander off through falsehood after falsehood, to eventually build a monumental holohoax that has no relation to reality.
They still have them though. People still get shot. I'll take a dangerous freedom to a peace of slavery.
True, no dead line.
I lived in the Middle East while working on a public health campaign. Many of the "sexist" qualities we pin to traditional culture and Christianity in the US are amplified there. Women have this role, men have this role, women have to cover this, men don't have to cover that, etc. I used to think how could they stand it. Then I started talking to women I felt close to. They said two things I still carry with me 1) women becoming like men isn't progress, it's just mimicking men 2) they are valued for what they are (women, mothers, grandmothers) versus what they're not.
If any of the above was remotely true, none Muslim immigrants from the same areas would generate the same animosity toward themselves as Muslim immigrants.
Well, one of those groups from the "other direction" happens to be Islam... Yes, Muslims here in America are putting on a good show of being meek, mild mannered, and peace loving, but that is only because they are a minority... Given time, in other words when they achieve a majority in an area, that will more than likely change.
Evolution hasn't stopped. Who told you it had?
I said that I am a standard hedonist, not a glorious one. I have only been to a few orgies. If I was better looking, I'd get invited to more!
Atheism doesn't have ideologies.
Christianity already has a baked in tradition and to say that we should not support those traditions is like trying to gnaw off your own arm.
And this is your theory?
Again with the police thing eh?
neat, i'm talking about results.
Add raging teenage hormones. Seems more prevalent to testosterone than estrogen.
Well thank you for not inviting me. Glad I found you guys!
Havn't seen trump marching in the streets... seen a lot of people attacking trump that have been rioting, attacking people, burning stuff, breaking windows and stuff like that.... never have seen this TRUMP fellow in any of those videos
We do? Well, that seems rude. Then again, maybe if you quit burning down all of our White Houses we would be more inclined to share those first sips.
With all due respect, Richard, those are pat answers and have no Scriptural support. I have Scriptural support and the scars to prove it.
It is naive to think i am a Republican...
"Milo Yiannopoulos Encourages Vigilantes to Start ?Gunning Journalists Down?
Either you didn't read the article or you didn't understand it
Alone in the barracks?
Ill tell you what is fake, and that is the reaction of democrat and some republican officials regarding families being split up by deportation. If a child is born in this country then they are an American. This has been law for a couple hundred years. ANY elected official acting surprised or appalled by what is happening with these deportations is either 1. completely and utterly too incompetent for their job, or 2. is giving a agenda manufactured response.
My money is on stupid lol
I'm not just talking about proselytizing though. The simple act of refusing to accept reality about certain situations because your belief system tells you it can't be true can have a profound impact on people's lives. Millions of coastal and island dwellers may lose their homes and become refugees over the next few decades because of people who refuse to believe in global warming. Their only reason for doing so is that "the good people," i.e. their fellow Conservative Christians, tell them that global warming is a hoax. Their desire to believe that they are "united in the Holy Spirit with their brothers and sisters in Christ," i.e., that they are part of a big powerful tribe, is going to displace millions who will then get shat on further when they further disrupt believers' conformist paradise by seeking new homes in their neighborhoods. Proselytizing is one of the least bad things believers do to get their good vibes.
Losing pure genius there, Uks.;)
I can't speculate on what Jesus would or wouldn't say, as I don't have access to ask him, and that situation never occurred in the Gospels. But many Christians believe that these miscarried embryos do indeed have souls, and though not free of Original Sin because we are all from Adam according to the Christian theology, yet are innocent of any actual individual sins and there is no reason to think that if they had souls, that they wouldn't be in heaven afterwards. Of course, no one can prove this either way. Christians also place a huge emphasis on the life after this one, which is eternal, compared to this one, which is temporal, so it stands to reason by that theology that the eternal is more valuable than the temporal. Christians also have very many views on Baptism. My own Baptist tradition took baptism as a requirement for obedience in a Christian life, but not a necessity for salvation, with the possibility remaining that saved persons could actually be disobedient in this area (or lack the opportunity, in other cases), and yet still attain salvation, which is what I've always held to in religion. Some Baptists would also argue that the physical rite of baptism is merely the external symbol of an inward washing from sin and regeneration through Christ, because it symbolizes the same death and resurrection as the Savior's and depends upon his actual death and resurrection as a spiritual reality, they would say.