Oh, I have plenty of judges in my life to tell me when I'm making irrational choices. :) My point is that we are not reliably rational about everything because we all make very irrational choices and easily believe very irrational things.
I'm going to leave aside the science and answer the last question.
That, "/sarc" tag indicates sarcasm. I've argued elsewhere in these comments that indeed followers of Jesus - if they actually follow His teachings - are expected to be non-violent to the point of "turning the other cheek". Then again, they are also expected to be kind to others, give of themselves, speak up for the downtrodden, the less privileged, and provide things like health care and food for those who don't have any for *whatever* reason.
Puffy or crunchy?
Christ died as a martyr, so did Paul. In fact so did I believe 8 of the 12 apostles.
Well then, I guess the government should have kept its mits off the Waco, TX incident and any number of other cults which they have broken up, then hadn't they?
Congress spent $10 trillion but your point is made, it cost a lot to get what we have now.
he IS part of the ASS backward crowd we see on these threads
There was a second. And third... and 40th... and 4,000th... we see examples of massive, "world covering" ocean events throughout the geological record as a result of climate change and asteroid impacts. These events wiped out all sorts of species. But none of them were any special, rainbows are naturally occurring light waves and boats can help you survive a big flood.
What this does is make me reflect on society as a whole.
Religious loon at 12 o?clock!
Likely still around as Christianity would have been around, but minor. It might not even be the same, but it would mean that if Islam did come to be, it would vastly outpower Christianity
I love the two girls. they thought it was hilarious.
It?s App to send people money