If I remember correctly, there's a term for when Christians try to make a point or teach the Bible by using various unrelated statements from around the Bible. Does that sound familiar to anyone?
N.W. U.S.A. Ice Age Floods: lava, ice, water
I ran across this plan for education that takes on the challenges facing us in 2020. We have had such poor leadership in the basic principles of democracy, sustainability, inequality, the use of arts and science for this modern age, and the struggles to gain global justice I look for actions I can…
For those who like natural history, especially from the sea, 2019 Nautilus Expedition Highlights | Nautilus LiveIt is fun to watch the scenes with those who shared the video and the camera's pilot—remarkable colors and shapes. I especially like octopuses.
This is pure semantic sophistry.An atheist says: I do not believe in -god-.Therefore: it is a denial of something which is defined as existing. By not believing in what believers believe.Personally the definition of -free thinker- might be more appropriate. Nothing to deny for starters.
TWO questions, answer both or either one. #1) Who do you think Joe Biden will pick as his VP? #2) Who do you hope that Joe Biden will pick as his VP? I am underwhelmed by Joe Biden, he was not even in my top 5, and I am baffled how we got him, when we had some stellar candidates!! but, I…
Interesting topic.Search: "Are Police Paid to Shoot US?" for more.