You are full of hate it seems. I hope you can get past it sometime. The question is malformed, because it all depends on how you apply Christianity - it's not some inherent thing. Look at people, who are responsible for their actions - they don't get to blame something external, like an approach to ego transcendence. They fail a lot.
The verse says he "could not". It does not say he "did not".
Yep, and Trump Jr. has been Donald's son for 40 years and Kushner his son-in-law for 8 years. What's your point? The meeting still took place and Trump Jr.'s emails detail what that meeting concerned and how eager he was to receive such information. Also, if it were just one or two people who lied about their involvement with Russia, it might be a coincidence, but so many of Trump's chosen people lied on their security paperwork. Too many.
It is a hypothetical and therefore shouldn't need an example. Examples would, by necessity, depend on the particular religion and this is a question I would be happy to ask a member of any religion. Any example I tried to give would automatically take us off point.
I am not looking to scare you I am asking an honest question. Muslims are wrong for the simple fact that they are required to act within the 5 pillars of faith. They will never reach the perfection laid out in the 5 pillars. This also applies to other non Christian faiths you have to do something to achieve salvation or nirvana or enlightenment. Christianity is a free gift offered to those who would accept. There is no work requirement either you accept it or you don't.
Those brownies you get in the TV dinner are some of the best around.mmmm
Mine is pretty consistent, really.
Hogg doesn't want to explore the root causes of teen-on-teen violence.
Just from my little town of Duncan, Oklahoma...we have Ron Howard, Hoyt Axton(musician and father in Gremlins) Jean Kirkpatrick and Roger Miller( grew up with his son.....King of the road!!!!!! and that great mind of the 20th Century.....David Sargent....lol
Of course, the Law hasn't passed away - the words of the Lord Jesus are quite plain. The Law hasn't passed away, but the believer in Christ has. The believer in Christ has died with Him. As the apostle Paul puts it, "For I, through law, have died to law, that I may live to God". It has to be noted as well that when the Lord speaks in the majority of the gospels, He speaks as a Jew, come as to the Jews as their Messiah - this was before His crucifixion: "having effaced the handwriting in ordinances which stood out against us, which was contrary to us, he has taken it also out of the way, having nailed it to the cross". Paul also writes, "So that the law has been our tutor up to Christ, that we might be justified on the principle of faith. But, faith having come, we are no longer under a tutor". None of this diminishes the Law. The believer in Christ is to study it, to learn from it, and to take its moral and spiritual import to heart. The word of God is one complete whole, and it has to be taken as such.
So you admit that evolution is only on paper, not the real world. What happens in nature is of no interest to you, only what happens in peer-reviewed scientific publications.
More evidence that the Bible was written by men, for men (and women, who ranked one rung of the ladder up from the amoeba). ??
Even if it's not stuffed in if the store's refrigeration system does not have enough cooling capacity the refrigerated goods will never be stored at a proper temperature.
When I read the tittle I thought the discussion would be about the Kingdom and what it is about to do. "Let your Kingdom come"