["atheist to evil when they feel like it because they don't believe there's any good or evil"]
The story is the story.
I've become decaffeinated.
I can talk like him i mean...you can stalk me
I'm upset with you.... How dare you
I will throw the senior leadership leftist Stalinists of the FBI under the bus, of course. They were appointed by the leftist Stalinist Barry Sotoro, son of Frank Marshall Davis. People who defend those dregs always accuse us of attacking the other 99% of good agents who were NOT appointed by the racist Stalinst Barry Sotoro, son Frank Marshall Davis.
Yeah sure. And the cow jumped over the moon. Your death cult is not going to save you.
"We don't have a clue, so we're making stuff up."
No it hasn't. Those tax breaks were used to buy company shares. That's a verifiable fact.
Magic is paranormal. Slight of hand trickery and illusion is not. Illusion relies upon contraptions and apparatuses to pull of its stunts. Demons are well known to be behind magic by people knowledgeable in this area, including myself. I know what I?m talking about, and you don?t know me. Nor do you know or understand anything about magic, given what you've said.
This is the arrogance that underlies creationism, the notion that a lay person can sit back and idly think about a discipline that takes years to understand much less master and disprove it with facile, simple minded arguments. There is really nothing funnier or more ridiculous than a Bible thumper making proclamations about science. Where'd you get your degree in biology? What makes you think you are qualified to make claims like that? Because you aren't. Your arrogance has gone into orbit.
Find out and it will prove to you what I've repeatedly stated.
ugh I did and I'm so angry at myself right now.
But that is a natural consequences in this life. Is that the only consequence of breaking Yahweh's laws? If so, then my previous question applies.
That may be a better analogy but they both exist. Maybe firefighters and dragons is more apt.
Sorry, but I don't know what opinion you are talking about, where 'creed' was used, or why you are referring to a 'god' requirement. Religion is obviously broader than any 'god' requirement, and is thus difficult, if not impossible, to differentiate from a 'creed.'
I can tell you're experienced ;)
When beer is a buck you can join in.
BINGO! Yard Sale Barbie!
Cant , he blocked me again .
Yet, you cannot refute them. LOL!
What I'm saying is self-evident.
"It's also clear that mistaking correlation for causation is an easy human mistake.".... Yes.... Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc
Aren't you pushing your political agenda too?!
No, it is against the law. That sentient child has rights. An abortion is legal, and a fetus has no rights. Completely different situation.
Nature does that...you call Nature "God"
have any of you had problems getting images to come up?
Rose, thank you for your kind words. Buddhists differ on their personal view of the world - some are optimistic, others pessimistic. I think, however, that most of them adhere to a principle that we've seen worded like, "World change, like charity, 'begins at home' ", "Regime change starts here", and the old Gospel injunction to remove the log from one's own eye before trying to remove the speck from another's. My guess is that world change ought to begin in the individual. Again, a quote, this time from Gandhi, "Be the change you want to see in the world". I suppose that would start with one of the most difficult things imaginable - love and forgiveness toward enemies. If we can do that on a limited individual level, we might be able to extend it to the global level. Maybe "Buddhistic" values could hit a critical mass and the world would undergo positive change once it hits that tipping point. That's my best guess. I don't know if it really has any effective practical application. Time will tell...