Yes I understand how the burden of proof works. I made the claim that Christianity offers its followers a sense of joy and hope in death then I explained how. You seem to be implying that there are secular means to the same end but you?re careful to avoid making the outright claim so you don?t have to defend it. Getting back to the OP, Christianity has made countless positive contributions to both individuals and society at large. It is not the only means by which those positive effects come to people but it is a source. Christianity has also had negative impacts on individuals and society and in the same way it is not the only source of those similar negative impacts. It?s not an either/or situation because it is responsible for both. Just because there are also secular means by which hospitals, orphanages, homeless shelters, etc. come about doesn?t take away from the ones run by Christians.
I just explained to you how that is not the case.
I really want to dive into this topic! What is it about human culture (because this is a universal style of shaming) that glorifies male promiscuity while shaming its female counterpart? It can't all be "cuz nature" can it?
There are no white things. Only things that white people took from others.
have yo heard the program about him. there were apparently a couple of robert johnsons in that time period..
No, that was two gas PLANTS. Political corruption at its finest, and that is whom you support.
We'll see, teddy-bear.
Pffffffttttttbhhhhh I wish
"Why does life being so extremely unlikely mean that it is unlikely created for us?"
You're just being silly. Ignorance certainly allows for bliss. But bliss isn't an effect of ignorance.
Yes, they have the right to offend (though on company time, the boss might not like it), and I have the right to be offended. What they
Or not caught, but bought at the local fishmongers'
Aww.. he has a smiley face! :)
Indeed. I could just feel his presents in the room.
You are angry with YHVH, continue to deny YESHUA is the messiah! You are YHVH?s enemy.
I'm with you on this one ... I'll go for a bit, then I'm respectfully gone.
If it was the Luke character described in Acts... then clearly not! :-) (And I think Luke is mentioned in Timothy... but that's got some authorship issues.)
Much plainer than I expected, but very classy, classic and timeless. liked it. Have to say though my favourite royal wedding dresses were, Princess Anne's and Sarah Furgesons
Abraham and his son!