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Resurrecting Supernaturalism

ConcealedCarry Wrote: Feb 12, 2015 12:36 AM
singularity Wrote: "Theology is not a science... Science, by definition, is the 'systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world'." By that reasoning, evolution has little to do with science, climate science is not science, environmental science would not qualify, and political science and all other social sciences are mislabeled by every university. Theology is a science and should be approached in that way. Same goes for philosophy.
Brian Williams said, "In an attempt to honor a service member... I lied." Hey, Brian, here's how you can honor the service men you met in Iraq: Tell the truth. Those brave soldiers provided you pantywaist "journalists" the safest and most comfortable experience possible. They risked their lives while you were there and made sure that you would NOT be shot at. Brian, they made sure you would not come under fire for two reasons: 1. They did not want to hear you screaming in fear like a wounded feral hog. 2. They did not want to have to change your diaper. Brian Williams, have a nice life. You're a disgrace to your profession and you deserve to be fired.
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An Appeal to Bruce Jenner

ConcealedCarry Wrote: Feb 08, 2015 11:18 PM
I blame it on the comb-over and the "Hair Club for Men." Our society has made growing old a "disease." Over the years, Bruce Jenner has had a "lot of work done" at the hands of cosmetic "surgeons." His obsession may well have transmuted into an addiction (or, in this case, a subtract-dicktion), and now he's decided to go for "the full Monty" (as they say). Hopefully, Jenner is vain enough to search Google News for references to his name and he will find Matt Barber's column and make some changes. We should all pray that such is the case.
... compelling information in this column by Mr. Giles; I was honored to participate in celebrating Chris Kyle Day on February 2nd; I look forward to reading about the trial; I look forward to finding out what Chris Kyle's wife Chad Littlefield's family have to say about the murders. Prayers for the families of these fallen heroes and prayers that justice will be done to the murderer who deprived us of the lives of these American heroes.
Concealed Carry is a unique deterrence in a state like Texas. My son's school does not publicize this, but it is common knowledge throughout the community that certain on-campus staff and administration have CCL's --- and they use them (BTW, it's not a public school, it's a private school campus --- but that's probably obvious). Any gunman considering a shooting spree on that campus knows he probably won't get to do much damage before he goes to the hell he would deserve if he tried to shoot up a school. Open carry, on the other hand, will have a different kind of deterrence effect, but will probably be more of a "mine's bigger than yours" sort of affair.
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The Worst Sin

ConcealedCarry Wrote: Dec 23, 2014 9:38 AM
"it's about hypocrisy" Hypocrisy is using the comments section of a column you obviously did not fully read to make a false accusation of the writer. "Hypocrisy, thy name is Enrique25."
The Original King Wrote: "[I have a Catholic education.] 10 Years of parochial school and, as stated, had never even heard of these other 10 commandments prior to about a month or so ago. As usual, The Original King has No Original Thought. And he has the gall to criticize Prager every week.
Awww, gfrenke, there you go again, speaking without reading the column. Psst... better zip up, your small intellect is being exposed...
wmou, if you ever threaten my wife or my children with knife or a gun, I will kill you, and I will be justified in taking your life. You said, "The worst thing we can do is take another's life, justifiable or not." Wrong! The worst thing you can do is threaten my family; killing you for doing so is NOT the worst thing I can do.
Good point, Chries. Here's another heart issue addressed by Paul: "We also know that the law is made not for the righteous but for lawbreakers... for murderers... for those practicing homosexuality, for slave traders and liars and perjurers... " John added: "But for... degenerates and murderers, sex peddlers and sorcerers, idolaters and all liars—for them it’s Lake Fire and Brimstone. Second death!”
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