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So tell me how everything that is here came from nothing? This proves that something supernatural occurred.
The founding father's were also religious, even if simply deist. They were raised with Christianity in mind, so their brand of deism was pretty much Christian-lite. To deny that their deism was not at least built from the remnants of their Christian beliefs would be silly.
Them parading Christianity for political reasons would not lesson its influence on the country or its people.
There had to have been a primary mover to start everything. The laws of Physics demand it. However, no one can explain what that is. If that primary mover is God then we have an answer. Also, it is called faith for a reason, one place's one's trust in something/one else without any proof. If God happens to be real, then I've got some good insurance.
Do you believe that love exists? I was taught that God is love. Science cannot explain love, yet it surrounds us and holds relationships together. Love is evident in our world. We have a faith that this thing called love exists, but we cannot explain it. It's not a tangible thing. Not a measurable force nor a piece of matter. Yet no one deny's its existence. The same way people believe in love, I believe in God. I might have no physical proof He exists, but He is evident in my life, and in the lives of others as I have witnessed.
Please show me any scientific research that as provided evidence that suggests God did not create the Earth.
dang it, there I was thinking the mystery would be unraveled once and for all
OK. Whatever your point is doesn't take away from the fact that the DoI states that all men were given inalienable rights by the Creator. Most of the founding fathers had Christian backgrounds. Did they want the US to be a Christian theocracy? No. But were the principles of Christianity, or of the Christian God, important to the foundation of the nation? Yes.
Depending on what you define as a "christian nation," the US may or may not be one. To shrug off the influence that Christianity had on the founding of the US would be silly.
I'm quite interested in getting a copy of this:
Basically it's the Bible stories about Jesus, without any of the supernatural stuff. Might be interesting to see how Jesus would sound outside of a the properly religious context.
(also interesting to note it was written by one the US founding fathers, who didn't particularly like Christianity as it was mostly viewed/practiced. Puts a new perspective on all the claims that the US is and always has been a Christian nation)
Not perfectly, only somewhat. And I do believe that the religious would like to be considered as intelligent and proficient in logic as the non-believers.
I think it's fair to point out that the religious don't consider themselves illogical unintelligent idiots and would often argue that their religion is a product of logic, and perhaps practicality. They are quite mislead, but they do allow room for logic.
...is absolutely safe to the intelligent society and has a dogma based on observable evidence and understanding of how to positively affect the individual without a detriment to the society...
I feel like spamming UG with the lyrics to "Baby Got Back".
Ok, I`m gonna do two versions, one with this picture.
And (try) one with two ponies sitting in front of the logo, and four popping in from the edges.
Which two should be sitting in front, so I know what pictures I should pick?
You mean the cool people
Welp, map is official, so parasprites can apparently get around.
Saying that people like those at Bronycon represent the entire fanbase is stupid. That's like saying Lulu is representative of Metallica's career.
So apparently we've moved on to furry porn...interesting...
Did any of you watch the new episode of the Legend of Korra? I just finished it, and holy bejesus it's awesome.
Of course, you use a floyd rose bridge, and i can do pinch harmonics, as well as sevreal other kinds of squeals, and i know to play all dream theaters songs with just my tongue.