Not to mention boooooring.
Out of curiosity, what sorts of things do you start to doubt or question when you're in that 99% mode? Or is it more an undefinable uncertainty that makes you think 100% is too strong?
Because their lives didn't intersect. Hitler never met Churchill in the flesh: but they were both in the same hotel at one point.
yes and that's why I said if you are okay with it...but she's not LOL
Christ died as a martyr, so did Paul. In fact so did I believe 8 of the 12 apostles.
And that has been the case since 1970.
Are you familiar with the story of the Good Samaritan? Does it have to be real for you to find it credible?
He might not make it...
Maybe it?s all that male hormones doing their crazies. (Half meant bad joke aside, I think women are not as susceptible to violent rage because most of us do know that we could be overpowered quite easily given our ?biological standing?) ?that or we?re really just saints and oh-so virtuous.
A discussion, sure. Although probably a waste of time, because again, nobody knows for sure. The rest is just chest beating.
There are plenty of former Muslims here in the UK, they aren?t all daft enough to believe in it. Islam is only Judaism with added nonsense just as Christianity is.
Hitler was a sadistic globalist and his legacy continues to this day.
Here's a particularly egregious example of waste from a Catholic school board.
What are the other verses that people don't sing? I wasn't aware of that. Seems like, considering how challenging the song is for even professional singers to sing, the song is long enough as it is. I can't imagine trying to sing it if it was much longer than it is if you understand what I mean. So I'm curious about how much longer it would be if all of the verses were sung and what those verses say.
You quoted a Wikipedia article, but either didn't read past the first sentence or you are intentionally attempting to misled your readers, because later on in the very same article it contradicts your claim that it somehow invalidates evolutionary gradualism.
I hope the sarcasm got across.
Enjoying beating that strawman to the ground?
I agree. It's part of a bigger issue.