Yes, yes, because I have so much faith in the predictions of Mitt.
You haven?t watched last year?s finals clearly.
Even ones that promote and endorse hate and rage?
Ouch! I've been there. . .only I was the ugly friend.
Businesses are always looking for competitive advantage and the trend is to associate the level of education with commercial success. If the schools are exclusionary in nature, they can never be developing the best talent.
Why drag politics into it? We are all smart enough to figure out that this is a high politically charged issue, Capt Obvious.
I've already stated herein that it was written by man, inspired by God knot gods).
EVIDENCE of an unnamed experience of beauty??? I'm merely pointing out your direct experience. Perceptions trigger a thought response, naming, like/dislike. Prior to the thought response is unnamed perception. The Buddhists call it "no thought-no mind" when you perceive without the on-going mental editorializing for extended periods of time.
God gave dominion of creation to man.
Sure, I agree with pretty much everything you wrote there. Commonness is indeed not rightness. I mention "common beliefs" because the argument in this OP is that religious experiences should be disregarded because such experiences lead to beliefs that are inconsistent amongst individuals, cultures, etc. My point is that there are beliefs associated with these experiences that are fairly common/consistent.
Thanks, very interesting. Yeah it's highly improbable anyway you look at it.
My kids did the same thing, if they didn't want to do something with their friends growing up they would use me as an excuse not to. I always wondered why most of their friends avoided me
He cornered her in a hallway. That is pushy. He tried to sit between her and her boyfriend. That is pushy. He kept trying to get information about her. That is pushy.
"Ah yes, the medical sounding organization which makes an opinion to the
Sunny and warm but not hot. Yet.
FC. Children do not have well developed minds as their brain is not developed enough to critically reason or exercise good judgement. The children can generally ?believe? what they are told by presumptive authorities. Children are easily manipulated by their emotional needs, dependencies and do they often pretend to be what they are not. Belief is not really a attribute of practical or mature judgement but more a matter of acceptance, submission and compliance, which I again see as more of the realm of passionate emotions than seeking the dispassionate facts of knowledge.
In part. What's with the other parts? You fail at your own argument.
Hardly you can be a slave and a Christian as as you can as a free man. Paul in Philemon implores the master to accept the slave as a brother.
If you're talking about generations down the track when all the colonists are dead, people are going to have the beliefs of the culture of the day.
It shows that morality evolves, therefore the previous moral claims alleged to be objective, is not accurate.
Pretty small sample size for such a determination.
I certainly don?t disagree and that's just what Francisco and I were talking about; a real-time discussion, an appropriate response.
Agreed. I don?t know how they do it but my coworker and I have nothing in common but work and are not friends
Just choose, *don't rationalize* why you don't have to make a choice... the room is burning and you will die in a minute...
I don't remember any. They must all be taking advantage of rent controls and have 6 figure jobs.
"History would disagree with you. Yes it doesn't now because nations have become more secular in nature, separating religious values from politics."
"Do you think religious parents do not use their religious community to raise their children? "
Ok, please give proof .
In Hinduism you can pretty well worship what you want. Even a cycle. In fact there is a cycle being worshipped in the North somewhere.