has anyone checked Trudeau's best before date?
Oh, great, so let's start all over with the fact that slavery was once legal too, and it was illegal to teach a slave to read. Government is the almighty god and his works shall not be questioned. Oy Vey!
That's what you get when you have a pop culture that glorifies thugs. It's sickening.
You must have joined up at the tail-end of conscription.
Waze says there is not "Spring Lane"
Euler was amusing.
Or some races more criminal
I can't say anything. I'm the same way. If it's not going to be done the way I would've done it, I'd just as soon do it myself. Especially if the person KNOWS how I'd do it.
It does have to do with God, though I admit it works even if you don?t believe in God, or expect God to answer your prayers.
It's spelled Bible. :)
It was a shotgun response directed mostly at your last sentence.
You are apparently suggesting that prior to the 1980's, the material they were fed was "just right!".
Really? A distinction without a difference?
Neither Mark nor Matthew attempts to explain why Jesus was handed over to Pilate and sentence to die by crucifixion. For crucifixion was essentially a Roman penalty. And based on Jewish scholarship there is nothing in the testimony provided by the accounts of Jesus that warrants the charge of blasphemy. Look at the question asked by the high priest in Mark 14:61. Remember that Christ is simply the Greek word for messiah. Mark had the high priest made the association of being a messiah with being the Son of God. No Jewish priest, let alone the high priest, would have made that connection in the divine sense in the gospels. The Jews simply did not consider the messiahship to have a divine status. the question asked by the high priest in Mark 14:61. The claim Jesus made, as being seated at the right hand of God does not necessarily have any divine connotation for himself, as the Jewish scholar Rabbi Morris Goldstein states in Jesus in the Jewish Tradition: ??Use of the phrase "Son of the Blessed" or "Son of God" was no capital crime. The reference to sitting at the right hand of power (Mark 14:62) is not greatly different from King David's allusion to himself sitting at the right hand of God (Psalms 110:1), at all events, it is nowhere indicated as blasphemy.??
No one is forcing anyone to treat the races equal, or not be a misogynist, or be fair to Jews, or not discriminate against those who remarry.
Ooh neighborhood block parties.