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... in addition to being authoriatarian, whether by fiat or popular vote.
The Cuban-American Old Guard is hysterical.
I remembered reading that Tillich was depressive. Probably because he read his own book.
You don't think that wage regulation is anti-authoritarian, or do you advocate for authoritarianism in certain cases ?
I saw the score on the crawl and wondered if the Kentucky football team was playing in an early bowl game.
Colo State looks outmanned.
phil, in what way would you consider yourself a libertarian ?
Seattle ranked highly on Reason Magazine's list of "Nanny Cities"
Okay, let's not call it an argument. Let's call it reading the Bible from a helicopter. That's about what you have to do to miss that Jesus is...
For starters, assuning an equivalence between Jesus and mythical figures because, "as we all know", it;s the ideals that the figure engendered.
My group health was $450 a month. Couldn't afford it. Dropped it and got me some Obamacare for $22 a month. I can see my current doctor.
Actually, Christians are generally bolstered by the sophomoric arguments levied against it, like yours.
I can only guess that he figures Jesus was fat.
Skeptics don't deserve the benefit of the doubt. Besides, rope-a-dope only worked against George Foreman.
We only believe eyewitnesses when there reports have little implications for us.
... and pretty ugly too by the sound of it.
*Ancient Jews shaking their heads at easy-believism*
That would make you more credulous than the people of Jesus' time. I've long suspected that modernists are the easy-believists.
I think if it were commonplace it would be bad for my blood pressure. Wouldn't be by definition a miracle either.
Owing to a (selective) bias against the supernatural, it would be considered inadmissable.