"The policy has been called an attempt to deter migrant parents from coming to the U.S."
It's not a big deal really... That said, you are right, men in the military (and any other profession where lives are on the line....cops, firemen, etc...) do have a very, very, very tight sense of camaraderie. I myself have found that to many (especially younger) women it's somewhat difficult for them to get at times- they feel jealous, or act like we have a 'bros before hoes' mentality. But that's not it at all... It's more about developing the close bonds that make that unit far more cohesive in action.
no one ever said the bible is exclusively bad, it is merely also really bad. others being bad doesn't cancel out the evil supported by your book. if you believe that there are certain circumstances where it is ok to own another person, like the excuse you made for your book above, then you are immoral. I'm sorry if you feel attacked, don't own people. don't own people should have been one of the commandments. there are hundreds of other examples like this. anyways, if you're going to the lengths you already have to make excuses, nothing I could say will matter.
Thanks for the laugh....enjoy your siezure while mouthing a teething ring retard.
I suppose so. He said/wrote it back in the days of New Hope though, so it's assumed he was speaking of the Rebel Alliance in general as the Viet Cong. I'm not sure though that it would be worth our time to dissect it much further, although I am curious where the Jedi fit in.
You actually have a good deal correct I believe...it IS a human tragedy, all the drama etc but the only part God has and can do is according to His word. It can't be forced. It'll never be forced. Its a choice, but bad consequences too. We can't handle that, so He comes in and legally fulfills the old covenant to set up a new one that's not really new. Its the very first line in paleo Hebrew..in the beginning.
and door jams and curbs and stumble going up steps and spill stuff and and and and and... Double the up votes... But I think they were looking for "Triggered"
Don?t forget the early Church had the Apostles who were disciples of Jesus and continued to teach about Jesus Christ right up until their deaths. Disciples authored the Gospels and wrote letters to the churches, quoting the O.T. (Torah) about prophetic scripture as proof that Jesus fulfilled God?s promises and prophecies about the Messiah. Many of the early churches copied those Apostles letters, the very same ones that are part of the new testament today. So, the early church did have scripture about Jesus written by His own disciples, including His teachings. Also, and most importantly, believers were receiving the promised Holy Spirit (Acts 1:8, 2:33, 2:38, John 7:37-39, Gal. 4:6) who continues to work in believer?s hearts and minds today.
On the latter I have been the one trying???
clearly the obtuse will lie and die to defend that apartheid state, israel
Tribes such as the Obo have populations of several million, Speaking essentially the same language using highly similar worship forms, agricultural methods, and employing the same worship forms. Sounds like what distinguishes French from German from Poles from Italians from English. Tribes are nations often purposely divided between two colonies cum countries. But the colonizers called them tribes because everyone knew tribes indicated they were primitive and so needed colonizing while nations were modern and civilized so could have their own nation-state
That position is held by a small group of scholars called the revisionists, who hold that the entire OT postdates the Exile and the Mesopotamian connections all come from the Exile. Israel Finkelstein is probably their most well-known adherent. They defend their ideas with a constant game of whack-a-mole against any evidence that any layers of the OT are earlier. For example, they have to argue that on the Merenptah stela, "Israel" does not actually say "Israel." The more mainstream view is that the older strata of the OT go back at least to the 8th century BCE.
I grew up.
Well aren't you just a happy one. I just feel your interpretation is wrong. That chapter is about how the nations treated the Jews during the Tribulation, and Jesus was Jewish thus his people were, are, will be forever the Jews who come to Him as well as all the other born again Gentile Christians.
I'm just perplexed why you're questioning the feds filing charges here. The facts support them.
Legislation only becomes law when the President signs it or Congress overrides a veto.
Tough situations are where Utilitarianism excels - the answers here are obvious to a utilitarian.
Just as well I worship Santa then :)
Sorry, bob, I was just thinking out loud. Yea, I know your position. Cool. Your last word if you want. Nice work with that, we had a good discussion. Next time my friend.^
*DEAD* She's acting like we're a different species.
I came through my parents not from.
Yes: but the alternative to "okay, you can be slaves" is "okay, we're going to kill you."
No, its not. It does say the bible is wrong though, totally wrong.
And seeing as I did not do that, do you have a point?
So do Australian beaches, mate. I live five minutes away from one of the best coastlines and beaches in the world and Australia is full of gorgeous females from all over the world who frown on tan lines on their breasts.
What is so special about 1990? Any kind of historic singularity?
And there we have it again...taken from another atheist website to show that atheists can use google. Now what does the verse mean? In context with the Old Testament and with Jesus' coming and his death and Resurrection? How does God use his son to change our hearts and transform us? How does the Holy Spirit renew our hearts and minds so that we become more like Jesus? How has "everything" been accomplished?
Why would we "live our lives" for things we disagree with?
Germans demanded that the Jews be "civil" and polite to the N*zis, as well.
And yet, after 5 years of bible school, you appear not to know that there is a viable and functioning world that doesn't rely on what's written in the bible. And that its citizens are no worse human beings than those that live according to the precepts of the bible.
That's an easy one. It's a public safety issue and it freaks people out. Try walking into a bank with a mask on and see what happens. The reality is that there is no such thing as complete freedom of choice or action. It's always been a trade off between the collective good and the rights of the individual. This is frankly as it should be. My rights end where my fist meets your nose.
Cultural reasons? I think not, it is all about religious reasons, essentially, accepted by cultures as their own belief structures without acknowledgement of how it was, essentially, provided.