There is no love there are only chemical reactions that call that particular chemical reaction, "love." From an atheistic viewpoint I don't see how that can be disputed.
Do you know how to contextualize literature?
That is the point, no new "forces" will change the dynamics of everyday living as we understand them...let alone supernature...
says you, not everyone. Therefore, not objective morality
the christian combatants of the last two world wars.
I will have to say, because I grew up in and around the Detroit area, that there is an extreme difference between various communities, and this understanding is shared by people of all colors. I recall some famous black folks saying that even THEY will cross the street when a group of young black men they don't know are standing on a corner in some neighborhoods they happen to visit, and this tells a major part of the story.
Yet you aver your god...therefore, you claim to speak for me.
Yep. That bit also makes it pretty damn disgusting, especially since he was a grown ass man at the time. : /
Thanks for the fat pitch, ST!
This is not a political forum. Thanks.
Everyone should be forced to be accountable for their actions. Its a norm across society. You break it, you fit it. You make the mess, you clean it up. Simple lessons of life you should have learned.
In Victorian Britain poverty was considered a moral failing. I find that far more Americans than Canadians or other westerners believe that.
The timeframes we're talking about though are Bible timeframes, so this is going back to earlier than 1400 BCE.
You aren't doing your case any favours.
Excellent! I like-minded with Stephen Jay Gould in this post (and I enjoyed his writing style as well).
They vote for who will guarnatee them the most freebies. Entire communities of government housing in Toronto now , thousands of units where no hydro is paid and many rents are less than $200 a month. They even work part time to supplement welfare so its pretty rosy for them
Ignorance is an insult to the Creator, Jah
"What does "macho culture" have to do with a joke of pretending to be an elevator operator in a department store - one of the first types of businesses to feature public elevators?"
Did you answer the questions asked or any 1 or 2 of them anywhere? There's nothing wrong with the original questions.
Just because a story involves a real person does not mean that it is not fiction.
That?s how I feel too.