why is it an ad hominem rant?
Yo I'm 39 new to all this computer chat n what not! How's everyone doing out yonder?:->
There is good and bad in every thing. Christians are not immune to being jackasses when they want to be. If you cant handle being called a slvt and your immediate reaction is to introduce government into the conversation in order to silence or penalize that person for their words, I think that's the problem.
You can just dip the Biscuits in the gravy...lol.
I?ve never considered plumbing dangerous or underpaid though, either.
Here we go again: There is not a single human who has not passed through the stage of growth a
Lol! You sure you haven?t taught English grammar at Cal- Berkeley? Are you volunteering your education experience by teaching the kids stuck at the border the English language?
So very true!
Saw Cheap Trick in the 80s. Feeling old today.
Now why would that be?
you made the claim you had a point. I just don't see it.
I have eyes. And ears. And I read it and hear it.
...again, its all you see Kim. I don't expect you to understand. I think the jets go for many other ministries, their use. Kcm does the same thing. Its not for personal use. Things are not a problem for God, like I keep pointing out, the old testament saints had abundance galore. God doesn't care about that, but the heart...the motive. Get that right, and you can bless others.
I even said APPLICABILITY ASIDE. There is ZERO mention of political ideology or job in the Constitution.
Not all Christians share almost *any* view. There are 33,000+ denominations, all of whom consider all the others fundamentally errant on dogma, as a matter of faith. Even within their *preferred* version, most are "buffet Christians," picking and choosing what they choose to apply. Even then everyone still manages to keep a personal backdoor out, on how to be forgiven, no matter what. As much as many Christians hate the Mormons, and consider them not even Christian, that's the eventual result for everyone of "faith." Mormons believe anyone can be a direct conduit for God, a prophet, and that that subsumes any other doctrine. Even while faith espouses "objective morality" and truth it *relies* on everyone just making it up as they go along. Laws are for other people. (This should sound politically familiar as well.) It's philosophical TGWAR.
Hahaha you angry weak minded fuck. The preferred spelling amongst educated people is "sic,"you weak minded fuck.
1. Besides the fact that most educated Romans understood by the 2nd century, as many Westerners do today, that the core myths of their religion were fables that were doing nothing to advance the progress of civilization, Roman religion and the values to which it gave rise had become pretty corrupt by the end of the 3rd century. Slavery, strict patriarchy, emperor-worship, animal sacrifice (occasionally on a massive scale), gladiator duels to the death, augury, infanticide - I don't view any of these things with moral indifference.
Chares Sousa wiped out
I?m talking about the actual events this article is about, dear
Never mind... these guys are on a roll.
Lol..smug is good.
Was Abraham a Christian? Genesis Cpt 18 Hugs
I?m 100% certain,
Obviously all those supposed physical miracles are metaphors, religious allegory, as is 99% of the rest of the Bible. But getting back to Jesus, whether the historical Jesus existed, I am pointing out that if "Jesus" means the dude who came up with the teachings of the "Word", then we certainly know that person existed, since we know those teachings were floating around as an oral tradition and were being attributed to someone who was claimed to have existed by the name of "Jesus" prior to they being written down within a hundred years of the Jesus character's supposed historical existence. Correct?
We've had numerous "constitutional crises" in our history as a nation.
Embellishment on stories is cultural. Why are you lying when telling a story? To have people like you or to entertain them? In Lord of the Rings, Gandalf embellishes tales and when they call him on it, he laughs and agrees. In the Talmud, there is a phrase "Would you tell a bride she's ugly on her wedding day?" It differentiates between lying (telling a falsehood for gain or to hurt someone) and then embellishing to make someone happy or feel better. Even in the 10 Commandments it doesn't say "Thou shalt not lie" it says "Thou shalt not bear false witness"