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That’s why Kate said “if”. Kate’s question to Mr. Dawkins is whether or not he would still be such a proponent of abortion if it was discovered that he was in some group often targeted for abortion. And her question does make sense.
Ya, they are both at war with Christianity, but ISIS as also looking to exterminate the atheists and everyone else that doesn’t believe in Allah or Mohammed.
I agree with Tinsldr2, the owners of the North Carolina restaurant aren’t telling their patrons not to pray; they are just not offering the discount any longer. You don’t know how they may or may not have already fought the FFRF; assuming them to be cowards seems a bit harsh. They have to decide what is best for their business and their family.
Question to Mr. Dawkins: If my joy at stealing your car is greater than your suffering from its loss, should I go ahead and steal it? (Hypothetically, of course.) After all, according to your world view, the net happiness in the world would be increased, making it the moral thing to do.
How sad. Mr. Dawkins’ worldview that anything that infringes upon his happiness should be eliminated is pure selfishness. It is no wonder that such a selfish individual would assume that most people would feel the same way, making his views “moral” in his mind. I pity Mr. Dawkins; he cannot see beyond his own self to even comprehend that even a Downs Child might bring joy into the world.
Will, the only ones who don’t care about the “piles of dead Palestinian babies” is HAMAS, except in so far as they can use them to sway the weak minded & uninformed.
So what Ms. Landrieu is saying is that every child is precious, unless the mother decides it’s just a worthless clump of cells. Makes perfect sense!
Hey Mr. Mall Manager, you may want to do a little reading, specifically Mark 8:38 – “Whoever is shamed of me and my words in this faithless and sinful generation, the Son of Man will be shamed of when he comes in his Father’s glory with the holy angels.”
Good point; this group does seem to have a history of trying to make statements. But that doesn’t seem to be the case here. This was not a public event; there was no one to make a statement to. And by the description in the article, it was a small, inward-facing circle of women praying very quietly. That doesn’t seem the most effective way to draw attention, except from uptight, PC mall managers.
ww10, you obviously don’t understand what Christianity is. It’s not like picking a team to be on. Christianity is a belief in Jesus Christ that calls us to a certain way of living. While I agree that the “Holy Ghost Shoutin’ Prayer” is largely inappropriate, giving thanks to God before a meal is appropriate and inoffensive.
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