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Kazizuru | 01.05.2018
Wow 3 days and not one answer from the Christianists.
Yozshura | 09.05.2018
Have no idea why you feel this way, because Samaritan?s Purse
Tohn | 13.05.2018
===Everywhere He spoke it happened. So spoke to nature and change it according to what He said. He spoke to dead people and rise them from the death. He walks on water and helped somebody that wanted to experience it to do the same.
Tarr | 14.05.2018
Finally a full time green energy job maybe?
Mezilar | 21.05.2018
Note that the question is not whether god(s) are
Kazishicage | 28.05.2018
I wasn't passing judgment (as we sit here on an OP about our favorite sins...), I merely was wondering what the thrill would be of cursing something that you don't believe exists.
Zulkihn | 01.06.2018
The "source" of the light that came to be on "Day" 1 is part of the "heavens and the earth" that were created "in the beginning" at an undisclosed and /or addressed in the Genesis narrative. Context makes it easier to figure out. Genesis is about the preparation of the planet, already in place, for what comes from "Days" 1-6. The rest was already there doingnits thing for who knows how long.... lol
Mokus | 09.06.2018
You underestimate how lazy people are in this country. If I drop the remote I don't change the channel on my TV for weeks.
Voodoozragore | 13.06.2018
Capt. Donald J. BabbleDump reporting for doodie!
Tajar | 19.06.2018
"Believed it all" - That false equivalence pops up in every discussion of Jesus mythicism. Only fundamentalists are asking you to believe it all. Historians are just asking you to believe that it is at least loosely based on historical events.
Zolotilar | 26.06.2018
Good reason to add 300% tariffs
Dugrel | 03.07.2018
As a American Taxpayer I am happy to see this.
Tojazragore | 14.07.2018
Ah but Professor Dumbledore does exist as a concept.
Nikoshura | 21.07.2018
The definition of arbitrary also says ?or personal whim?
Zuhn | 31.07.2018
My opposition to abortion actually has nothing to do with me being a Christian, but that?s just me.
Gulmaran | 06.08.2018
God says: "don't judge"
Fauzilkree | 11.08.2018
"The fact that there are large differences between the mitochondrial DNA of the various families of species indicates that the split between those families, when the DNA was more similar, occurred eons ago, and that the gulf between similar-DNA species and other species may continue to widen."
Shakazshura | 20.08.2018
Sugary drinks should be limited to 12 Oz servings, no refills, 2 per week. Transfats punishable by fines and probation. Bacon subject to civil asset forfeiture. Hog farmers are traffickers and enable terrorist.
Tejin | 20.08.2018
Your paranoia is just that. You think Australia doesn't have all the people you just described? It doesn't have kids getting shot in schools as a routine thing.
Nagul | 29.08.2018
Again with the name dropping.
Gazshura | 07.09.2018
Only fools think this PM isn't an idiot. Thank the Lord most Canadians are realizing this and getting ready to punt this idiot. His gaffes keep adding up but you fanboys think you can sweep it under the rug. Wynne got away with it for 15 years and she is going to get her ass handed to her today, and that will spread to our PM in failure.
Nirg | 09.09.2018
"Tremendous disagreement", yep, that less than 5% of fossil fuel paid scientists who argue against the 95% of scientists who claim climate change is being caused by humans. Who are you going to believe? Scientists who have an agenda and make their living on the fuels which cause climate change or the scientists who are in the business for just the science?
Juzil | 13.09.2018
While I agree there is certainly a heart problem at the root, it's quite difficult to commit mass murder with steak knives. Also, it seems the US has a much bigger problem with gun violence then many (not all, many) places. Look at Canada, they have hunting guns aplenty, and a hunter culture as does much of America. Yet they have a fraction of the gun violence. I can't really comment on their comparative hand gun ownership, b/c I have no clue about it. It does seem odd to me that the US gun control crowd targets assault style rifles, when traditionally hand guns were more used in mass shootings. That appears to be changing however in recent years...
Junos | 21.09.2018
Did you think you could trip me up with binary math? I was doing binary math daily before the best part of you ran down your mommy's leg.
Shakashura | 26.09.2018
Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. - Jesus Christ
Nelrajas | 05.10.2018
Yes, where a person is born largely dictates what religion they will adhere to. If a person is born in Saudi Arabia, they will be Muslim, if they are born in India, they will be Hindu, and if they are born in the US, they will be Christian. It does not hold true in every case, but for the vast majority, it does. If a person is born into an affluent family, they will have certain beliefs that are largely different from a person born into a poor family, and so on. We are all "programmed" by our environment almost totally. The person brings their own personality to the makeup of who and what life they will live, but almost completely, it is dictated by our environment.
Moogujora | 09.10.2018
However, there wasn't official war, whatever that would mean, at the time of assassination of Kaab. Unless we assume that Islam is at war with Kafirs nonstop, which is actually true. Under Sharia, unless Kafirs submitted to dhimmi status or there is a peace treaty which cannot exceed 10 years, war with non-Muslim world is the default state.