No need to. If any believer "survived" and has not become an atheist after reading (and trying to understand), something is seriously wrong with his/her brain. :-) Thanks for great post.
Another groups of nutters who I dont agree with...
Irrelevant what others may say. I know what God says, and try to order my life accordingly.
Maybe so. I suspect many men are ambivalent about getting married. Their ambivalence might not have much (or anything) to do with their partner, but a sense being trapped and of a loss of freedom.
If you want to compare these two, let's compare their key figures: Jesus - didn't kill anyone, was killed by his opponents. Muhammad - killed, banished or enslaved all his opponents.
The only bad thing about this is that the wife is somewhat allergic to cats, it's not severe but it's enough to irritate her eyes and sinuses.....
You still haven't answered me when I asked you what "many atheists and LGBTQ people" support Muslim terrorists or ISIS. That is a filthy slander, you liar.
Not according to any of the experts. Cranksville you are in there dude.
It's true many vets have said they would have lain down their weapons had they known what would become of the West. After all, ever since the war, mass immigration, diversity and Marxism have spread West with the EU now ruled by a 'former' Stasi.
How about a rundown of your credentials in psychology/psychiatry, including education, experience, fields of specialty and contributions to mainstream, peer-reviewed medical publications. Without these, you are incompetent to opine on sanity.
Read your Bible. Jesus was against accumulating wealth.
What if that person turns out to be the next Hitler?
Ideally, yes. In reality, no more so than the next guy from what I have seen.
If a person is acting consistent with the tenets of the faith, you could make the argument the faith, God or whatever advocates such behavior. But, if they are acting in direct opposition defying the tenets of the faith, that person is acting on their own. So, actions by so-called "Christians" contradicting doctrine are not therfore Christian. Suggesting so is a gross mischaracterization at best.
Why is a supernatural explanation more plausible to you than a fake bowl and fake table?
What the heck is a 2a-er?
The Post reported that at the same point in his presidency, Obama had taken 15 days of vacation (compared to Trump?s 53). Additionally, Obama had played nearly half the rounds of golf Trump had (17). In total, Obama took 328 vacation days in eight years (this includes 39 visits to Camp David), according to Cleveland."
Youre post calculated an opinion (America is being respected again) as a lie. I?m glad it did, because it discredits the accusation of Trump lying over 3000 times. Opinions can?t be considered a lie.
The upvote is because you're one of the rare theists who insists on empirical fit to support their thesis. However, I still disagree that a materialist worldview is an incorrect one. I'm also not claiming that it's correct.
Hey, dumbass, have you seen this?