I understand. Many see it the same way you do (e.g., my friend beekeeper). All is based
Resign first, before being turfed out. Smart move. Probably the only smart move that woman has made in a week.
That works, except I'd include those who committed identity theft in the group we spend our time on. Identity theft is not a victimless crime, and can be ruinous to the victim.
I hope his next opponent shows up to the debate with every woman, child, and farm animal that's accused the groper-in-chief of inappropriate behavior. Fair's fair.
I mean go watch the news lol and get back to me. There is a culture of selling your viewpoints to others
So true, and abusers are so clever at hiding it.
Give over do, we are taking you guys on all the time. Right here in this thread.
No, Matthew does trace all the way back to Solomon. Three kings are omitted because they were considered 'wicked,' so they got left out.
If a claim is made (a god exists), and there is no evidence to support this claim, the simplest explanation is that a god does not exist.
When I reference understanding prejudice, I remember in the 80's, my grandfather needing stitches because he had to hold a friend back who wanted to fight Japanese visitors to their automotive plant. This man, who I knew and I would hardly describe as racist, quite the opposite actually, but he had fought in the pacific in WW2 and had been a POW. Even in his 50's or 60's by that point, he still held a deep hatred for the Japanese. I am not saying it is necessarily acceptable, but I can understand it. I don't believe this is something cherished, but it is often deep ceded because of experiences or learned beliefs and behavior. Many older people today, the Fox News Demo, were born before or during the Civil Rights era and may have had parents or community leaders that taught them integration was wrong. Most will acknowledge that equality was the right thing to do, but they only came around on it, it wasn't something they had championed. Many of these same people even after the fact, loathed people like Ali or Jane Fonda because they were taught that these people were anti-American (Fonda I more understand). I am not saying this is at all acceptable, only that these are people and they are flawed, they aren't inherently evil or immoral in most cases. Belief and indoctrination leads people to advocate abhorrent things and isn't isolated only to religion but can be found in cultural teachings and beliefs. An example is that It seems a lot of far right conservatives only come around on gay rights when they have a gay relative. It was the experience that opened their beliefs up for change.
What's so lol? Be specific...talk to me
Abstinence is the only true form of birth control.
to be honest, when imeet a woman ,and we reallt hit it off ,im looking for more than matress squat tag
The old adage one can't be reasoned out of something they didn't use reason to arrive at.
The OT comes from the Jewish Tanakh. Jewish people have interpreted quite differently than Christianity and has many commentaries.
"It's A Test!"
Do you have evidence that your imaginary friend did this?
Of the opinion? It's not my call to make. I am aware of the fact that they are instructed not to.
Care to name a few credible historians who support the concept of myths in their work? Perhaps the academic work they've done to support the historical accuracy of myths?
They live in their own delusional world.
It is not the only reason, which I clearly stated. The big difference is there is no question as to whether or not prisons exist and those who break the law end up there. But orgies (without teenagers) are totally legal and I still would not do such a thing as I am not comfortable with the concept. But wrong for me is not necessarily wrong for you so gang bang away if you wish. I don't know that there is a rule in the bible against it.
Correction: He won both the EC and the popular vote, happy now?
Uh.. sorry, no. Verse 27 is the last line of the parable and it is dialog in the little story Jesus is telling. It is the exit line of the ruler that finishes the parable. It is not Jesus's line. He is not commenting on the action. The NIV makes it clear that it is a quote (of the ruler) inside a quote (of Jesus telling the story).
If there is one thing hipsters hate its being called a hipster
Reading comprehension should go up on the list of Democrat priorities after November, since it seems the opposition sorely needs it.
It is a contingent reality, an application of science.
Someone I have close relationship with got a tummy tuck. This person had kids and weight issues and had lost the weight and wanted a flat tummy. I helped take care of them after the surgery. Before they decided to get the tummy tuck, they asked me my opinion and I knew this was a choice they had to make for themselves but I made sure they understood that if they decided to get it, I would support them and be there for them. On one hand, I was happy for them because they were very happy with the results and were able to wear clothes in a way that made them happy. But on the other hand, I felt a little sad that they couldn't love themselves as they were and that they felt pressure for the flat tummy to begin with. I saw her go through all this pain from healing from it and how much pain she was in after the surgery. I was scared for her when she was in surgery because there is always a chance something can go wrong. Of course, I get why she wanted a flat tummy. flat tummies are pretty. We see imagines of women with perfect bodies everywhere and for women, you can't get away from those messages. But it's hard seeing someone you love, not love themselves, not completely accepting of themselves. Plastic surgery has certainly upped the game for women especially and I'm not certain that's always fair or good. At the same time, I get why people get plastic surgery when they don't like something about their bodies and it can and does make people feel better about themselves. But then again, why do women have to get plastic surgery to be considered 'prettier'. ...it's a circular debate I have in my head.
We are on absolute terms together, that Yahweh Jehovah in the so-called Old Testament refers to the incarnate Logos, Jesus Christ.
I saw the question and I asked you a pertinent follow up question which you seem afraid to answer. Understandable.
However, what I was getting at was the idea that the Bible has broad appeal to all people at all times. This proves it does not and the apologists known for trolling these issues have come up empty and have only snark to offer..