Hitler understood the power of the church & therefore worked w/the church leaders
Not much of a coffee fan myself, however I will indulge from time to time.
First of all they are listed 2'3 billion of Christians on the books right now. Who is truly a Christians Christ only knows. I am sure a unsaved soul like you would not know a Christian if that person lived with you. I mean unsaved souls are so lost in darkness they could not see the light or the truth if it was right under their noses. Secondly, you do not know Jesus do you? You talk about action. Well I remember a thief on the cross beside Jesus who had bad action all his life. Yet Jesus saved that thief that day and that thief went to heaven with Jesus without doing any good works.Thirdly, God counts his children because they will live with him forever. He has to prepare their clothing and their new body and everything else for them. He counts them because their names are placed into the book of the living and they are apart of his family and will live with Him forever. But the unsaved who died in their sin God does not need to count them. What woman who is cleaning her house sweep up ants, bugs, and trash and stop to count the ants and bugs and trash. No she would not count them because she plans to destroy them all in the incinerate. So why would God or Christ counts the atheists, the unsaved or the lost unless they changed and come to Christ. If they don't come to Christ. Why would God count them if they all will be cast into the LAKE OF FIRE. All the wicked will be listed in a book called the book of the dead. Whosoever call upon Jesus shall be saved.
I am unfamiliar with his past work, so I can only go off of what I hear him saying these days. I agree that the FOX relationship casts a shadow on his credibility, but where else would a right leaning, /ourguy/ type be able to reach that kind of audience? Do you have any links to anything he?s written that leans neocon?
You think the "justice" system delivers justice? Aww. That's adorable! How are you not a Christian?
My point being that I had hoped for something more original.
I think we agree in most things and the things we don't aren't much of an issue. But maybe the disagreement is what we mean when we say "literal". I think it's going to the argument of what do we mean when we say scripture is inspired, maybe? I can believe (and do believe) that the Bible is wholly inspired by God. That does not necessarily mean that I find it infallible though. I do not, for example, believe that an actual dragon with seven (#?) horns is going to fight with Christ at the end of the world. I do not believe that God placed His hand over Moses as He passed by, because I don't believe God has hands. That's what I mean by a literal interpretation. But that does not mean that I don't believe the Bible is true in all it says.
Has to be heard by a judge. The hearing is on June 15.
Not really. Several Atheists have wanted a religion free country for a while. Im just pointing out that it is being achieved and while that is being achieved you have another predicament. Im just wondering what you think about that.
Thanks for answering my question. I appreciate it.
I'm game. Let's go! ; )
...."That is not faith, that is being credulous or naive"....
Once, when I was a student, I was threatened for reading a fascist magazine. I want to be free to know what anybody thinks, regardless of the stupidity or hatred of their contents.