There is a substantial difference between "has a beginning" and "requires a creator".
Which has what to do with stagnant wages?
An ex friend of mine was, I believe, such a boring individual that he made up stories left and right just to one up me. He actually tried making me believe that he wrestled with Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Undertaker. (He was obese and not healthy at all.) Bless his heart. I didn't have it in me to call him a liar.
If you aren't aware what exactly that phrase means, feel free to look it up.
Really? He was at the Trump Tower meeting in which Trump Jr. colluded with the Russians. The meeting for which Trump dictated a phony explanation as his own lawyers now admit. He was the Trump campaign chairman for a few months. He may or may not have something incriminating against Trump.
It is a component of Man, created "in image and likeness" of his Creator. He has 'consciousness'. It is not that Man has 'love' in him; God IS love, hence we have love.
I do NOT. I know better. Your God is false. YHVH God is true. He has proven Himself over, and over and over. He has also announced this to the world. His greatest proof of Himself is the death and resurrection of His Unique Son. Ghetchimanitou is fake. But really, believe what you desire to believe. It won't affect me in any case.
"When the Bible and prayers were still in public schools, there was minimal crime,"
Judges 5:20, and Isaiah 47:13 established that the stars have courses, and Psalms 147:4 establishes that they have names, and Job 22:12 establishes they are a great distance from earth, and 1 Corinthians 15:41 establishes that they are all different in their glory, and Jude 13 establishes that there are "wandering" stars (i.e. planets).
I know of quite a few environmentalists that are extremely "devout". Or is it just about the money?
It is clear, for those who heard and payed any attention to his message and his asking for money at the end of the message.
My name for our population that have their heads buried in the
"By dismissing something on the basis that it happens too far away to see directly, is too small to see directly, happened too long ago for you to have seen directly, or spans too much or too little time to observe directly, you're effectively dismissing virtually everything we consider to be scientific knowledge..."