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Bourdain and Obama in Viet Nam was my favorite show.
Yeah, yeah. We'll be waiting when trump clusterfvcks the economy.
God of mine? I think you're going to have to read the whole thread. brmckay has the God. I'm just saying we could measure Him, if He'd let us.
Talk about shooting yourself in the foot. This is how nasty trade wars continue on until markets and the economy crumbles.
what is outside the physical realm??
I'm sorry you don't like being proven wrong, Franco.
Barros, go find your own safe space. I think you've been 'triggered'.
If your question is about people believing stuff because they do not want the truth, I agree with Nietzsche
It merely explains just why, precisely, some people still believe in astrology and similar nonsense.
Just curious, I take it you are in Canada ? ?
And I mean literally that there are many "Books of Q," each of which are scholarly reconstructions of a hypothetical document. I'm not sure what you think is definitive about the one you have. If you told me the author, I might be able to tell you something about how that author's theories have been received within the field, whether they've been revised in the 20 years you've had the book, etc.
The OP makes an excellent point. Frivolous anti-theism among superstitious and poorly-qualified scientists and scientismists leads many theists to think that the scientific establishment is deeply irrational.
Well then, America is insane :-D
No, they are all tricks, some incredibly amazing and mind blowing, but tricks none the less. There are many that will not reveal the secrets, but freely admit they are simply well designed well practiced tricks.
southern democrats of the early 20th century, which is today's conservative party. How did you guys all miss 6th grade?
As the Catholic wife married to an atheist, I will confess it is incredibly difficult. While there are only 3 comments so far, all have been from non-believing husbands (to Christian wives) who say it?s no big deal. But for the believer wife... it is a big deal. I know to my husband it is just all just fine and dandy just like it is with these fine folk. In order to survive daily life, we religious ?deal? or ?cope? with your non-belief but it can certainly also take its tole as a very heavy cross to bear.
Beauty is a subjective experience. There is no beauty to be found in an object. The experience of beauty is the proof of beauty. There is no 'evidence' of it at all beyond the subjective experience of it. Neither beauty nor self-recognition need validation from the 'objective' realm to make them legitimate.
I actually studied Roman history in school and the valetudinaria. Anyways, these building were only located in military bases and seemed to be focused on keeping the military soldiers healthy. So while medicine existed well before Christianity, giving medicine to the poor and sick was a generally Christian idea.
I'm curious as to why you imply that Catholics are not Christians. Regardless, a love without abuse between two people must surely be a gift from god.
Or be wary of the other person with the gun and not. Do you think because we have cop there is no crime? It just a deterrent. Like all laws.
Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Again, your bias towards Muslims is showing. And again, Christians are still murdering people, not only in the US but in other countries. The Christian Serb genocide of Bosnian Muslims, the killing of people proclaimed as witches, lgbts and even albino's are killed by Christians in African countries. So hey, YOU just seem to be on a kick of Muslims without also looking at what Christians are doing.
It's funny if you laugh and I laughed. That stands as PROOF of its funniness.
Keep listening to ABC and CNN
As long as they pay for it first,
Maybe we should review the First Amendment. Please note that "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion" comes before "or prohibiting the free exercise thereof". This has been reinforced over hundreds of years as meaning that Congress can neither prefer or discriminate against any religion, or people with no religion at all.
The 'problem' was not - has never been - slavery as a way of social oppression.
BECAUSE I'M SO FAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *drops to the floor dramatically*
More problematic for Christians is Psalm 5:5, "(god) hates all evildoers." Is a god who hates everyone going to offer them salvation?