Absolutely! Makes me wish I had thought of that. Maybe for one of my daughters. Which of course will be 30 years from now, but it never hurts to plan early lol
So if she regularly consumes fired food but still has a hot body, that's still a turn off to you? ....I don't think you are hating on anyone.
He died a human death. On the 3rd day he was risen.This to show that our human death need not be final.
can you show an example?
First of all, there is no gay gene and we will never find a gay gene for a very simple reason. Any gene that programs an organism to couple with another organism of the same sex would evolve itself out of existence as it could not be passed down to the next generation.
It's hard to make the rules apply to the boss who can stifle any retaliation.. Remember, more people died under "mysterious" circumstances during the clinton reign than during and after the investigation of the JFK assassination.
To say that everyone believes in their religion because of these "wrong experiences" is a pretty weak argument. But now that I think about it, it may not be the best example of the genetic fallacy as presented.
You cant claim there is a Jobs Act when there is no funding for job training. I read the bill have you? This is purely a tax bill that they added the words Job Act to. The most substanitive thing about this act is the title.
In the Bible, it says that we shall see Him come by way of the way He came, after the Ascension: Acts 1:11. The reference you have chosen for analysis, does say 'the end of the age', or 'to the end of time', which certainly signifies an actual end to things as we know it.
Rubbish, right and wrong are decided by the society of the time. If god had anything to do with it, morality would be consistent no matter the time or place.
Faith...and...reason is required. However, if faith is there, then reason is there with it. Faith-filled reason. The contrary could be said for non-faith (non-belief in the existence of God), which is often likely to take reason to the limits of what you describe as emotional content, only - not that it can't be beneficial, still. If I do not look beyond the borders of my own existence then am I truly reasoning? Can I even reason without faith and therefore doesn't life only seem to cater for reflecting my own likes and dislikes, rather than challenging me, to look beyond my own ideas, or rather, an over-burdening sense of needing to be powerful in some self-catering way, until such time that I begin to go beyond my own self-image. Undeveloped minds, in terms of lesser mental capability, do not detract from a present simplicity, which still has a voice.
You're logic is failing. There is ABSOLUTELY a ticket to take... that's what a pregnancy is. We KNOW it is simply a matter of time before a human being emerges from the mother. A lottery winner knows it's simply a matter of time before that ticket yields them millions of dollars. What we're talking about is inevitabilities. Barring miscarriage or the lotto winners dying in a crash on the way to collect their winnings, both parties on their way to gaining something of great value. Preventing them from gaining it after either party is on their way to collect is theft of the worst kind.
Please explain how I am losing?
>>"If anything, its comments like yours that presume to demean and shame people for believing something else, '<<
Your honesty and credibility shoot down to o everytime you assert your unevidenced opinion as an irrefutable fact.
Yes I do, real scientists got together and took a vote.
Beat me to it.
ok- you are blocked for vapid hypocritical trolling
You Cute thing.
Again (1) false equivalency; and (2) strawman.
so im right then? obama is a demagogue... thanks!!
Don?t let the screen door hit you in the ass on yer way out
It appears you have very little understanding of this topic, or English is not your first language