This guy is hilariously funny! It would be a shame not having him anymore..
Well, organisms are constantly evolving, so that's not really surprising that most species are relatively new. Indeed, chimps are actually a more recent species to evolve than humans. But we can still get an idea of how long ago we had a last common ancestor, and in many cases, it's pretty far back. As for genetic diversity, there are tons of pressures on that, so I guess it's not TOO surprising, if the results are correct.
Science is a process. Along the way this process discovers things. If scientists discover information that negates some ancient superstition's fairy tale then so be it.
Agreed, but I wouldn't be surprised if those two, roots and circles, were repeated at levels we haven't discovered. Note that I am not making a truth claim, just observing that physical reality does seem to have some similarities at vastly different scopes. Thanks!
Really? You require an example when this OP is the perfect one?
I see no reason to think that the miscarried zygotes did not have souls just because they fell to unfortunate circumstances, or that (if you believe that way) that God failed to have a purpose in allowing it to happen (or even causing it to happen, if you believe that way). Still doesn't change what I said that the first creation story in Genesis 1 doesn't even mention God breathing into Adam (so could have been another origin story combined by an editor into Genesis with the second one, perhaps), and neither one mention Eve breathing (though obviously she did, as a human being). Spurgeon was a Calvinist who believed that there would be more elect than non-elect, and if I'm not mistaken, it was because of statistics like you mention coupled with his belief that no non-elect person ever dies in infancy judging from what I read, to make such an assertion. For myself, I don't even need a Bible to tell me that pregnant humans tend to produce humans, and the only real question is, will the human ever become (or be allowed to become) viable or not.
I'll admit they're not the healthiest habit and some women have difficulty finding a comfortable pair. But style wise I'm a die-hard advocate for them.
The Canadian Conservatives used to be a very decent party. Sure there were some questions about Mulroney, but there were also questions about Chretien. Both loved Canada and were at least Canadian nationalists.
you're right. the wealthy need pastors too. with a reported net worth of $25 million, i'm surprised his allowance isn't higher... but i still fail to see the justification for the religious nature of his occupation being valid enough to warrant him a tax break, whether it was $8,000 or $80,000.
PL. I have heard that most pets as well as entire the extended families all go to Heaven for a big family reunion more time than I can remember.
He?s not going to spam over there either. Just the discussions he posts. So when the present discussions close. He can?t post one
10 years jail time would be less harsh than that.
Not anymore. I know I have no clue about a ganache or any number of other french things. I do know how to combine flavors to make something, How to look up recipes online, and how to watch Alton Brown's 'Good Eats' show. I learned more from that show than from years of other kinds of research.
"Christianity was the driving force behind the enlightenment. Islam is behind the move for world domination through force if necessary but birth rate works too."
"you can make up your own figures..."
There's plenty of things as bad laws. Like laws in certain states which prohibit atheists and other non-Christians from entering public office. That is a bad law.
please explain the NDP's hydro plan