While I realize this is a popular news story, I'm asking for answers with the details I gave and not on the actual story in the news. The reason being, the story in the news isn't an isolated incident and while this couple had other options in their area, many others do not. I also didn't specify gay/straight/etc because I wanted to talk about the more broad implications of business owners refusing customers based on disliking or not agreeing with their personal lives.
I had an uncle which was a really sad story - run away from home at 13 and got into heavy drugs, sometimes he'd show up to ask for money, lie, steal... and eventually on his 40s he did rehab was ok, moved back into my grandmother house, started his own business, a restaurant, then got cancer and died, it's like he lived 2 years or so after leaving drugs - it was devastating for my grandmother, parents aren't meant to bury their sons/daughters, it should be the other way around and even that's pretty hard, but at least more normal and easy to see it coming.
thanks for reinforcing my point. I have to wonder what spirit is in you...
Ignoring non-smoking zones is not a crime and not even gross misdemeanor, but an expression of individualism and a necessary act of rebellion against an increasingly oppressive regime/society.
He had a better lawyer.
Former Mississauga Mayor Hazel spoke,
The article isn't about "evolution losing adherents". In fact, neo-darwinism IS losing adherents as extended synthesis GAINS adherents among scientists.
So you don't think illegally sneaking into the country has any bearing on it?
"The devil, a creature, has a great desire to fight against and to cause God to die." Where ever did you get that notion. Certainly not in the old testament. The devil is a made up entity as the alter ego of your god so that your god can be all good and the devil is where you place all blame. Jesus would never have taught that or thought that.
and we have laws that forbid and punish that type of behavior.
You?re reading something I?m not saying.
I'm fully cognizant that "the Bible is true because the Bible says so" is a circular argument, yes. However, that's not my argument.
I see. You put the emphasis on "devout Christian", while I'm