She isn?t necessary for either possible 1st century message: either salvation in heaven or salvation for Israel by overthrowing the Roman Empire. Revelations is well read as that message.
You say child abuse by body mutilation is just fine
Exactly - that's some low down BS that hurts ALL women and ALL men.
Lilith (/?l?l??/; Hebrew: ???????? Lili?) is a figure in Jewish mythology, developed earliest in the Babylonian Talmud (3rd to 5th centuries). Lilith is often envisioned as a dangerous demon of the night, who is sexually wanton, and who steals babies in the darkness.The character is generally thought to derive in part from a historically far earlier class of female demons (lilitu) in ancient Mesopotamian religion, found in cuneiform texts of Sumer, the Akkadian Empire, Assyria, and Babylonia.
Steve Harvey has never said such a thing.
Sure, you could, but then you'd have to establish its legitimacy on the world theater. A religion of but one follower will not likely pass muster.
What do you know of the immortal cell called Zoe biologist?
I know that's a rhetorical question but no, I think they are just getting increasingly deranged by the day. Btw, have you seen my latest discussion about the Israeli firm being investigated by the FBI? It's an interesting one.
Got me on the first one. I should have said "appears to think" as that is what they do. You're full of shit on the second.
I don't call God "infinite." And His existence is not "among other beings," but rather all other beings "live and move and have their being" in Him. That is, He is the Mind that transcends all minds.
I should hope so!
Oh, so your plan is to charge everyone, convict them in a trial, and then deport them.
You may just come across someone and you'll know instantly - they need to meet.
I can't speculate on what Jesus would or wouldn't say, as I don't have access to ask him, and that situation never occurred in the Gospels. But many Christians believe that these miscarried embryos do indeed have souls, and though not free of Original Sin because we are all from Adam according to the Christian theology, yet are innocent of any actual individual sins and there is no reason to think that if they had souls, that they wouldn't be in heaven afterwards. Of course, no one can prove this either way. Christians also place a huge emphasis on the life after this one, which is eternal, compared to this one, which is temporal, so it stands to reason by that theology that the eternal is more valuable than the temporal. Christians also have very many views on Baptism. My own Baptist tradition took baptism as a requirement for obedience in a Christian life, but not a necessity for salvation, with the possibility remaining that saved persons could actually be disobedient in this area (or lack the opportunity, in other cases), and yet still attain salvation, which is what I've always held to in religion. Some Baptists would also argue that the physical rite of baptism is merely the external symbol of an inward washing from sin and regeneration through Christ, because it symbolizes the same death and resurrection as the Savior's and depends upon his actual death and resurrection as a spiritual reality, they would say.