Afflicting the Comfortable since Monday, January 29, The Weekly Wrangle The primary season is in full swing, and the Texas Progressive Alliance was busy all week with candidate fora, state and regional meetings of activist groups, and catching up on livestreams and podcasts in-between. Here's the lefty blog post and news roundup from last week The Dallas Observe r's Jim Schutze hopes that the county Democratic Party's ballot screw-up is not a precursor for the party's November chances.
Nah, honestly is wasted effort.
May 19, 18 First round is on me. ZNorth Sea on May 19, 18 By BaymanSouthampton on May 20, 18 8: By BaymanSouthampton on May 20, 18 But, an "answer" by science has tangibility.
And they are still wasted in a debate with you. You will simply find whatever spider silk strand of information you can use to cling to a belief in something which has zero proof of existence.
I'd say peace, Gdp versus hid as long as religion isn't a footnote in history it will not happen. I'll just say Ubuntu. ZNorth Sea on May 20, 18 4: Since the beginning civilizations have believed in a power greater than themselves, and it wasn't until His Son came did the answer appear.
ALL religions believe in Jesus. One man transcends time and religion, your "science" barely You, like your "science", fails.
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You happen to fail more miserably. Even the simplest mind can see that.
Scientific, historical, or any other study to attribute to this nonsense. You lash out and attack me for my belief, then offer some Linux operating system that in itself is debated upon as far as a definition, seriously?
I believe in Science. True science, that cannot explain all things. That is where my God resides, in the realm beyond explanations. By BaymanSouthampton on May 23, 18 Too many self important braggards.
By BaymanSouthampton on May 23, 18 8: So much for "ALL religions", eh? Perhaps you choose to lay claim to a more recent "God". Superstition, ignorance, and fear pass away as a society hopefully evolves.
However, history shows that religion again and again is a matter of vogue. Phoenicians, Sumerians, Greeks, Romans, the list goes on and on of superstitions which have passed into history. Believe in the Flying Spaghetti Monster for all I care, but know that science is ZNorth Sea on May 24, 18 8: Until then it seems the flying monkeys are circling under a tinfoil hat.
By BaymanSouthampton on May 24, 18 The breakthrough could mean that portions of the Bible were written centuries earlier than previously thought. The Bible's Old Testament is thought to have been first written down in an ancient form of Hebrew. Hopefully whatever society you relate to finally "evolves" MYForward: Although this depression treatment by magnesium essay was written originally to address the role of magnesium as a depression treatment, the role of magnesium deficiency as cause of vast other morbidity and mortality is also addressed.
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Well, shit. I’ve been watching this situation for a few years, and assuming it would just blow over so we wouldn’t have to talk about it here in this place.