fyi... im very concerned the cost of my coca cola will increase 1 penny... OH MY GOD !!!
No they haven't. There were many prophecies that had to be fulfilled one is Israel becoming a nation again. Jesus can come any time now.
Religion is opinion.
Given that the "rape and pillage" style of warfare was prevailing for about 99% of human history, I am fairly confident in stating that our conscience allowed us to do it with no reservations.
'Fine tuned' implies a tuner.
That's right. All assholes in here need to ride the NYC subways with pigs eating. Sickening
Really, your worlds alone are supposed to convince us, as you've copied that from somewhere you know you are going to be asked so where is the source of this.
>>"No, it isn't a hoax at all..."<<
Ask Donald J. Trump. He has managed to trash his reputation several times:
The same people who salt caramel and chocolate..
Well said. It wouldn't matter to me when one chooses to live a virtuous life...with a couple caveats. If there was a serial killer who spent the majority of his life murdering people, only to spend the last third of his life working in a soup kitchen and donating to charity, living that kind of virtuous life isn't going to wipe his criminal record away.
Well, the First Commandment does say that He's the God that lead his target audience out of Bondage, in Egypt. That sounds like He's making these demands of a specific group. My few bondage experiments were not conducted in Egypt, so I'm thinking I'm not included.
Yeah, I think people's unwillingness to think Jesus was historical because of the miraculous claims is more based on just ignorance of the historical period. *Lots* of figures from this time period were claimed to have had miraculous abilities and be the sons of a God - Apollonius of Tyana, Pythagoras, various Emperors. There were numerous individuals who were thought to have miraculous abilities (Honi the Circle Makers, Hanina Ben Dosa, Eleazar the Exorcist). Obviously, historians don't think the miraculous claims were historical, but the figures are still thought to have really lived, even if they were the sons of a God and so on.
let's take a different "what if". Let's look at a pretend situation.
We had 3 OPs in this channel on this subject in one day, and all three of them got the substance of the decision incorrect.
I will give you the benefit of the doubt and say, MAYBE religion will disappear forever some day. Though, not in your lifetime nor mine.
No worries. And yes its pretty funny and not unreasonable but hey..whatever, some people are thin skinned and I guess catering to that is the requirement.
Last I checked, vast majority of the states have statutes against polygamy. If you have any specific cases - what stops you from contacting local authorities?
Also bedtime is wartime
No, simple math requires knowing that 1 + 1 = 2.
With a proper reading of the Bible, for me. I don't make it all rest on some nice, beautiful definition of omnibenevolent that most are misunderstanding.
You have posted a general summary of religious liberty in the US and abroad, then asked about atheists' views on the general subject. In general, atheists support religious liberty, if, for no other reason, they are usually the first targets of religious oppression. If you consistently support religious liberty, atheist or otherwise, then you are opposed to anti-conversion laws and hate speech laws.
I second this XD
Hey, troll. Did you miss me?
And million variant atheist views, why can't you all just think the same way and make I easier for me to attack.
Chokers are alive and well
No it?s not. Part of reading is holding a book and touching the pages. Not just staring at a screen