You're a mess.
Looks like you have a very confused rationale.
Now post the scientific definition of "kind". Be sure to include the scientific sources you used.
I didn't ask about "follow someone blindly." I asked if you found it credible, whether or not it was real.
God is a nightlight?
You just brought up the Target case. The Target article didn't mention that the LGBTQ community was insisting on anything, the article was about the fact that they were adding family restrooms to their stores that did not offer one. Their policy already allows people to use the restroom that corresponds to their gender identity, so that article did nothing to support your argument. The point is that they already use the restroom of the sex they appear as and no one is any wiser, and they certainly do not cause any problems.
Actually yes and is the accepted conclusion of historical Jesus studies
I don't know if I could block James Brown's Wig. He/she might post some really offensive stuff, but a part of me would still be wondering what the hardest working hairpiece in showbusiness was talking about.
It is never reasonable to accept things on faith. I do not think it is reasonable to accept the words in ancient texts are true because they say they are. I believe in facts supported by evidence. Religion is the opposite of reason.
Atheist fundies, can never accept facts
Good morning my dears
when you think about it, it's the perfect answer!
Actually, no they don't. For most evangelicals (and a lot of other Christian sects) view the Jews as the exception to the "Jesus only" model, since they are already under a covenant with God, which Jesus said he came not to destroy but to fulfill.
Yes, those hate-mongers are everywhere. Here's one now:
Christianity has and continues to help create hospitals, orphanages, homeless shelters, addiction recovery programs and many other charitable organizations. Many churches use funds they are given to help the poor in their community. If you want more examples of how Christianity has helped people, read up on liberation theology.
We can't agree on even the basics. Sorry.
Can?t deny that
At least you're environmentally responsible.
Not in any of the Scandinavian countries either. Not that I think that it has actually been tried in court.
No one forces anyone to open a public business that sells their work. That comes before any person becomes offended by equally servicing the requests of their patrons. Don't like making cakes or writing slogans? Take it off the menu. Deny it equally or don't open a store.
"Obama didn't spend even close to ten trillion"
LOL for the life of me I couldn't think of a special nickname for you. Damn....I could have said "Optimus Prime" and you would have known. Alas, I will remember next time.
Migration, or hijra, is one of key Islamic concepts. Its importance is confirmed by the fact that Islamic calendar dates not from Muhammad's birth or his first revelation, but from Muhammad's migration from Mecca to Medina. He arrived to the city which was half Jewish with a handful of his followers as refugees, and in a couple of years all the Medina inhabitants who did not convert to Islam were killed, banished or enslaved.
Let's see the facts. The decline of Rome (the Western Roman Empire) began in the 3d century when the Empire was separated in two parts, East and West. This was much before the acceptance of Christianity as an imperial religion. The reason of Rome's decline after the separation was absolutely simple and obvious. The Latin civilisation, by separating itself from its Greek source, naturally declined, and that was the beginning of the following 1000 years of the Dark Ages. The Greek civilisation returned to the Western Europe after the fall of Constantinople which triggered Renaissance and Reformation.
Anyone else feeling the vibe of a troll?
Roulette okay cool beans I will try ??
Actually it isn?t there.
You've been studying the Word from the biblical canon that was defined and assembled by the Church you hate so much. Thief.
Fair enough, but I prefer to think I was trying to characterize that person's perspective. I see your point though.