So if he abandons celibacy - what then?
Except that being gay isn't a sin.
According to the Census Bureau, over 50 million Americans receive public assistance, so if your assessment is true, that 10% is a big number. I'm not referring to the homeless, because they are not your typical welfare or food stamp recipient.
It?s all pretty simple for me- if a scripture is called into question then look at what the literal translation was.
You said you liked that.
Sure, but that will not make you correct; it will merely amplify your ignorance.
Just read the backstory. Have you read Dangerous Liaisons (or at the very least seen one of the movies)? The Countess explains to the playboy Viscount that it was never about him, it was about the woman. She says, "When a woman means to put an arrow in the heart of another woman, she rarely misses." This isn't about your husband, this is about having power over another woman. She feels sexier for being able to take your man. In her mind, he'd never do something like this but she was just so gosh darn special that he had to jump. I'd speak directly to her and say, "You can have him. He's not that great. If I divorce wasn't so expensive I'd have gotten rid of him years ago. Hope you have a support system when he does the same to you." Then if you're feeling extra spikey, tell her his last mistress was prettier and that he really downgraded when he took up with her.
Crimes don't just "happen" like the sun coming up. These crimes were premeditated and completely intentional so it is a directly related question. You have an incredible case of myopia when you disregard the initial provocation only to focus on the unpleasant result. What did they think would happen when they broke the law? Hugs and kisses because they have a sob story? They brought this on themselves.
Oh, the thread was started by me... I thought you were replying to the OP. Was that just a remark to the general audience?
The Truth is that you have a really bad understanding of English: "(God does not will suffering)".
3-2 Knights in the 3rd
Accusing people of trolling when they're clearly not is incredibly cowardly. It's just another way of trying to intimidate people into silence. Anyone who disagrees with you and won't let you get the last word is a troll. Incredibly childish. And after a dozen comments by you claiming we're all bigots, without a shred of evidence or substantive argument, you're still here.
lmao, whatever. Clearly, you are pro stupid
Snowflakes eh? Is that why the current occupant of the White House goes on a Twitter tantrum anytime someone criticizes him or calls him names? Have you not been reading the reactions of Trump supporters on these boards when someone presents them with facts they don't like?
But... but gunz!
I was just talking about that?s how it would be amazing if we could get an ice cream person in a truck to come by our company who takes debit cards
And we are organized to do what? What is your paranoia about? Are you afraid we might get tax exempt status? It would make me smile if this becomes a nightmare for you. You already know that we are much smarter than you.
then sue them....canned goods are good....but every now and then there will be a bad can
Well all humans are fallible and limited. That doesn't prevent us from recognizing stupid when we see it.
Another Day, another win for the President.
Oh, SHE knows.
No, believing is NOT a willful choice. I'll give you an example. I want you to believe that I can flap my arms like a bird, and fly around the Empire State Building. Don't believe it? Well, just make yourself believe if believing is a willful choice. I'm betting you still don't believe.
Yep. So, even though a lot of what she does is stuff we all do as adults, she probably does it more often and while also tending to the kids' needs every few minutes.
Why? All you posted was the yammerings of a total moron?!
Baloney is a meat. Metaphors aren't facts. Baloney is actually better to eat than Darwin's faith.
LMFAO. So your are an apologist for all the death, persecutions, slaughters, mass genocides, wars, Crusades and Inquisitions performed by Christians against others right?
For prayer to work, there must be someone to hear the prayer
Certain pottery shards and coins found at the cite date to to the first century BCE. There are specific shards of pottery that date to, at the latest, the 50s CE. The town existed in in the first century BCE and the early first century CE - at least if we're basing our views on the archaeological evidence that's been found on the site.
re: "I'm not going to read all that rhetoric."
small things and most of them travel related.
I didn't blame congress for anything. I simply pointed out that they could change the law. If you truly believe what you say then you should be pushing them to change it. If they don't then the policy could change again as soon as the "temporary" injunction is lifted
Actual historians *don't* think he was born of a virgin or did magic and so on. They *do* think he was born in Nazareth, taught about the Kingdom of God and was crucified by Pilate (meaning he's still an *identifiable* figure - someone we can at least say some things about historically that don't involve magic or divine powers).