Thought that as well.
Scolded for not washing the throw pillows? Ok now that is overboard.
SOS. What in the name of reason are ? Simone facts??
Of course they have patterns, certain chemical bonds are more likely to form than others, and genetics is chemistry. That doesn't make them not random.
It's what he told the "folks" of Ontario. Guess we'll have to wait and see...
Neither. Expressed an opinion.
There are God's laws that man has determined are necessary to obey.
Per Rosario Dawson: in the heat of the moment
If God is infallible, if he's perfect, why does the Bible show him to make mistakes, to be erroneous?
Well, here's one you'll enjoy.
Props! I should have thought of this...but it would look staged. I have to be singularly,
TURN IT UP LOUDER
Einstein certainly made some apparently conflicting statements.
Maybe you believe that, I sure as hell don't.
He lives by the "Costanza Rule."
1. Christianity and our belief and relationship with Christ is separate from our rights as citizens living in the United States.
Well... Yahakobe has pre-emptively conceded he's narrowminded, and thinks all untrue things are lies... so I wouldn't get too hopeful about any kind of nuance here.
Let the Bible do the talking.
Interesting perspective. I always love hearing your thoughts hilrunner.
Christianity sustained culture through Western Europe's Dark Ages. No other institution survived to do it.
No contact with Russia.
Swede here, we accepted lots of immigrants,
No, I didn't mean today, I'm about gone too! : )
Fortunately for the rest of the world Christians allowed for secularism in their societies, thus not being like the Islamic world today. This was not the case during the Dark Ages (the Golden Years of Christianity).