It?s ridiculous and only meant for ridiculous people.
Are you mad, because I'm your earnings superior? Get an education. That's my secret.
Until a thread or two back, I thought I was being purposely invited because I was loved.....should've known better....
Yet Mariam they still do enact laws based on their religious views. The Supreme Court is full of cases that prove this. From prayers in public schools, to placing the Ten Commandments and other Christian theological claptrap in our public spaces, to DOMA which was fully based on the Christian hate of same sex marriage, to abstinence only sex education in our schools, to anti-abortion laws, to Florida going nuts and now commanding In God We Trust in our public schools, to Betsy DeVos demanding and working to implement taxpayers funds going to religious schools. The list goes on and on and on.
Diet Coke would not have betrayed you so.
Genesis 1. Genesis 2.
Be prepared to choose one over the other and lose both.
Fair enough, But that is your opinion where as they don't bother me at all, my opinion. I live in a state where my opinion is in the minority and it will never change. So I am making a move to a state that more closely aligns with my beliefs. So instead of trying to change my state I acknowledge the reality and move on.
My impression is that
Do you really have to invent a high fantasy story because it's that hard for you to accept that almost every Pope in history and most of the clergy and priests have been complicit in sexual abuse and other inhumane crimes for centuries? Unlike the former, the latter actually has basis in fact.
Worth it to miss out on God of course
so, why are heterosexual allowed to marry if they decide not have kids? or if they can't have kids?
"Do you have a Caesar?"
That was Steph's f you
Poorest educated Druggie's final pitch of his collapsing Reign of Error Campaign?
"2. Are these findings aligned with current modern evolutionary theory? (They seem surprised at the unexpected findings.)
I want to make a small distinctinction that is significant though I think. I think it's important to distinguish being saved by faith in Jesus and being saved through following Jesus' teachings. A key point in Protestantism is salvation through faith <alone> and not through works or even a combination of faith and works. This does not in any way absolve us from following Jesus' teachings of course. But this follows from faith and salvation, it does not precede it. The thief on the cross produced no fruit of works, but it was his mere faith that led Jesus to say that he would be with him.
Why wouldn't it be? You'll need to clarify your position a little if you want me to understand what you're saying.
you consider that a valid response? i feel sorry for YOU, not him
No, it does not.