And Russell's Teapot explains why we don't try to prove negatives. The example you have of 'unconditional love' also doesn't exist.
Not at all... not frustrated, obviously not striking out either. So every scientist on the planet is in total agreement with your chicken-little theories? No you say? Then no striking out here...
Wars, disasters, homeless, suicides - all up. Maybe people could
Yes, this is all a waste of time. All was answered years ago...
That would be individual not special
Who is this Hawkings? I suppose you meant Hawking's but why not say so? He was an atheist with no religion.
Completely unnecessary. Our system has served us quite well actually. The hype died down because Turdeau won with similar results to the CPC. When the CPC gets in again, we may hear about it again. It is a ridiculous double standard.
You're probably the most noble person I've ever met. God will surely reserve you a fireproof room in hell. With a mirror, so you won't get bored.
4. Bruno was burned to death by the Church. Because it hated science? It hated science that conflicted with it's teachings.
I know enough of the basics to inform you that vedanta is not a religion. It is an inquiry system.
"Yes, but they are following biblical instruction."
I did not say unconstitutional, the question was more meant as "how does this align with the spirit and intention of the constitution".
1. With a large pinch of salt.
Irises or asiatic lilies on the sides of the porch. Not sure about the walk. There are 2 friggin enormous oaks out near the street. Probably 40 year old trees there, so I'd need low light plants along the walk
Our democracy allows us the luxury of disagreeing with each other. Thats only fair.
I said something to SnackTheoryConfidential.
Can you use a little less gibberish?
But...the tooth fairy? Who put those quarters under my pillow? (Hey, a quarter could buy a lot more in the early 70's lol)
There is a small church-run summer camp on the lake I live on. They have a $3,000,000 property and pay no taxes on it. The church that owns it is over 120 miles away.
"The vast majority of historians agree that Hitler could only be elected and preserve his political power if he feigned a commitment to and belief in Christianity, which the overwhelming majority of Germans believed in."
I teach. Tuition is one 50 dollar gold piece.
I remember crossing a YEC website that treated sin like a medical condition, shortening lives.
Consider this scenario, your the only purple haired person in a 1000 square miles and the only goods and services are sold by one that refuses to sell to purple haired people ?
It's the boy who cried wolf syndrome here. I know that what Weinstien and Cosby did was horrendous. But if all of our time and attention gets yanked this way and that by these kinds of frivolous complaints, it dilutes the emotional impact of the actions of the true monsters. We slowly shift from proper outrage of the horrible to 'meh' and not bothering to read the real story. It makes it easier dismiss, or worse, blame the victim of the real crimes because we are tired of the silliness. It's not pretty, but humans can be like that.
1. They WERE mentioned...Repeatedly...In the Gospels
I'll take that last. Activity is forbidden. But in principle, intent is a really bad idea. "Any man who keeps looking at a woman with lust has already committed adultery in his heart." Activity strictly forbidden (adultery) as well as a serious
The Great religions of the world violate what science tells us about the universe
Of course we do. We have no choice.
2A was settled within American Law as soon as we decided to create and fund standing armed forces. Every use of it past that point in time is disingenuous, at best and more likely intentionally misleading.
Care to explain how you can claim to know so much about a being you can't prove exists? In the meanwhile, spare us your cheap, dishonest apologetics.
Well at least he can spell.