I will have to watch it! Maybe at lunch! : )
You don't get it.
It's not welfare for red states, it's taking money from people who you feel don't deserve it and having government do it for you. You know socialism.
Liberals staying above 15% = no NDP government.
You put them in a compound and if they wander out you shoot them in defense of society at large.
If that's true, then why is it relevant today? Both this and the Old Testament have passages on the treatment of slaves, which was an accepted practice in the times they were written. To judge them now from the perspective of modernity is still disingenuous.
Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why is a book by Bart D. Ehrman, a New Testament scholar at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The book introduces lay readers to the field of textual criticism of the Bible. Ehrman discusses a number of textual variants that resulted from intentional or accidental manuscript changes during the scriptorium era. Ehrman recounts his personal experience with the study of the Bible and textual criticism. He summarizes the history of textual criticism, from the works of Desiderius Erasmus to the present. The book describes an early Christian environment in which the books that would later compose the New Testament were copied by hand, mostly by Christian amateurs. Ehrman concludes that various early scribes altered the New Testament texts in order to deemphasize the role of women in the early church, to unify and harmonize the different portrayals of Jesus in the four gospels, and to oppose certain heresies (such as Adoptionism). Ehrman contends that certain widely-held Christian beliefs, such about the divinity of Jesus, are associated not with the original words of scripture but with these later alterations.
I would agree with the overall conception that God is Love and one should express Love to every-ONE.
What are you talking about? How does any of that relate to the story?
And yet that's not how he was brought into office was it? No, the Fundies all claimed (and still do) that this monstrosity is "God's appointed man" for the office.
What if you're not fat enough? That seems to be the point of the exercise. You would just kill yourself, and the five would still die. Only the (apparently) really massive fellow will do, to stop the runaway train. Wouldn't suicide guarantee you a one-way trip to Perdition?
There is *no* assumption of randomness. The Theory of Evolution is not random.
And I see you are an uneducated loudmouth who has a problem but isn't brave enough to tell us all what it is. What is your explanation for the diversity of life on Earth? Wizardry perhaps? Jebus? Step up to the plate or are you too butt hurt from me mocking you already?
So you wish for a country where laws are non-existent? Where anarchy reigns?
All those events were vitally important to establish the credibility of Christianity, so Paul would have mentioned them if he was aware of them. Biblical scholarship does not corroborate your 25 year assertion.