When the Supreme Court voted in favor of obergefell v hodges it became legal nationwide.
How many theists?
A lot of them did. Like I suggested, go look at those men?s testimonies of their faith. Thomas Jefferson used the Bible, in public school, which was his idea by the way, in not only the teaching of faith and morals, but for history and English studies as well.
Naw. That's just the ugly side. Usually you can tell the vindictive a-holes (and "friends" of the business) if you review the review... know what I mean? :o)
Funny that Jesus would attack the bankers for taking money from the poor but doesn't so much as say a word against the slavers. It's almost as if he... accepts slavery! He allows and accepts it, the exact definition of condone.
Sounds tasty. What are you going to serve with it?
agree- with the caveat that once she gets a job, or enters university, it's time to grow up and provide a presentable appearance. If you want to be taken seriously in the professional world, you have to start by presenting yourself in a serious way.
OK. I will rephrase. I never made a statement that people who don't believe the same things as me are automatically unreasonable. You asserted that I did. Correct?
I?m sure there are scrolls & manuscripts, historical events, & prophesies
So Ed, before I answer your question, I need to ask you one to understand your frame of reference.
You have no evidence of that. I would say you are the one to be surprised, but like me neither of us will.
What facts are you talking about?
You are so absolutely self oblivious. It would be hilarious if I wasn't so sad. Running around telling people how smart you think you are passes as debate for you does it?
To "do God's bidding", you must know what God wants. Then you must do his will. The Roman soldiers were just doing their jobs. They weren't doing anything heroic
I yam what I yam
I see a pattern.
Im still trying to figure out what recent mass shooting was caried out in the name of jesus.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, or so they say.
It actually doesn?t say what his raw material is in the article. I thought for sure I read it too fast but no, it insinuates that the material is steel but does not state that. Typical wapo article that pretends to be journalism.
Who said it was magical? Are codes magical? Where did you get that weird idea?