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where in the Bible does it say I should retweet if I love God
I've written to Gordon Brown welcoming the Alliance for Full Employment. The idea of work as essential to human dignity is a deeply Christian concern rooted in the Bible. Thank you for taking a lead. I'm glad to support all such efforts across the political spectrum.@AFFE2020 https://t.co/a2COQMyeaH
The Home Office idea of housing - imprisoning - refugee families offshore in old disused ferries is literally a 'dis-grace'. "The refugee who resides with you shall be to you as the citizen among you; you shall love them as yourself.." The Bible
"Kellcey is not just a book. It's the women's rights bible". 🇺🇸 https://t.co/1IGOTNudqO🇬🇧 https://t.co/VrSAbMcIGW🇨🇦 https://t.co/K7poIt2CQw🇦🇺 https://t.co/eAuISe0qDR🇳🇪 https://t.co/awB2NYp2am https://t.co/SeNLfotLPw
Our online service this week will celebrate Bible Sunday. Led by Bishop @e_ineson, the service includes contributions from people across Cumbria. Watch from 9am on Sunday at https://t.co/lYhoGfAsRd. https://t.co/H0morYV7eB
@alexbell23 Oct
If SPIDERS can walk on the ceiling, why can't they get out of the BATH? What's the point of SNOT? Why aren't MONORAILS more popular? QI's new book FUNNY YOU SHOULD ASK has literally all the answers every single one it's better than the bible buy it nowhttps://t.co/PWPPlhPohR https://t.co/ddJaBPP0iE
And here is their bible, the economic guidebook for the Conservative right wing neoliberals currently running the US and British government, from the US philosopher Ayn Rand. (7) https://t.co/FCjDBIfm3m
#FaithAtHome is back! This week, we're talking about love. 💜 With spoken word poetry and the Bible story of the woman at the well, the collective worship episodes for schools are now available.https://t.co/VoMmRKEvAr
Our weekly online service, celebrating Bible Sunday, is now available! From Holy Trinity Kendal, Bishop of Penrith @e_ineson is joined by people from across Cumbria. Watch the full service at https://t.co/lYhoGfAsRd.
Photo-op 1: Fire tear gas at peaceful protesters and violently clear them in order to hold up a bible at a church Photo-op 2: Force Secret Service agents to ride in a sealed vehicle with a man with a severe case of a deadly infectious disease in order to wave at supporters
Janice Raymond, author of the TERF bible The Transsexual Empire, wrote that "the problem of transsexuality would best be served by morally mandating it out of existence." This thinking underpins every TERF/transphobe manoeuvre currently happening in the UK -
So if teachers are no longer allowed to teach about anti - capitalists does this mean the bible and early Christianity is out? Jesus was anti - capitalist was he not?

News Articles

Top news from the last 30 days.

These are significant news articles related to the word 'Bible', from the last 30 days, updated hourly.

Eric Trump says his dad ‘literally’ saved Christianity

The president’s son claims liberals want to close churches across the country but leave liquor stores open

Three 'MAGA nuns' spotted holding up a Bible during Trump's Ohio rally

President Trump's campaign rally in Circleville, Ohio, on Saturday had his supporters in a frenzy, but it was three nuns wearing MAGA masks who stole the show.

How 11 of the world's most momentous pandemics changed the course of human history

Pandemics have killed millions and toppled empires. They have also brought about social change. Several played roles in the emergence of capitalism.

How 11 of the world's most momentous pandemics changed the course of human history

Pandemics have killed millions and toppled empires. They have also brought about social change. Several played roles in the emergence of capitalism.

Trump needs a psychiatric test now. He's evaded it for years, and COVID-19 can affect the brain long after the illness fades.

Last year, mental-health experts bucked ethical guidelines to warn Trump was mentally unfit to serve. COVID-19 could have made his cognition worse.

EU starts legal action against UK over Boris Johnson's Brexit plans

Ursula von der Leyen today announced the European Union is launching legal action against the UK over Boris Johnson's plans to tear up parts of the Brexit divorce deal.

‘No Christian could vote Democrat’: Inside the most Republican county in America

In the last few years, high speed internet, and with it the chance to tele-commute, has had a transformational impact but still some things have not budged, writes Andrew Buncombe

How the alleged plot to kidnap Michigan's Democratic governor unravelled

by Adam Gabbatt

Governor Gretchen Whitmer addresses the state in Lansing on Thursday. Photograph: AP 'Snatch and grab, man,' Adam Fox told an FBI informant in July. 'Grab the fuckin' governor. Just grab the bitch. Because at that point, we do that, dude – it's over.' Fox, from Michigan , is now facing a potential life sentence, along with five other men, for an elaborate plan to kidnap the state's Democratic governor, Gretchen Whitmer, and put her on trial for 'treason', according to the FBI. The chilling plot, revealed in an FBI affidavit released on Thursday , was a months-long effort that also saw members of a rightwing militia consider forgoing the kidnapping and instead executing Whitmer on her doorstep. Six people charged in plot to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer The news sent shockwaves through the country, as the US faces one the most divisive and viciously fought elections in its history in less that four weeks. The vote has already been marred by accusations of voter suppression, civil unrest linked to police brutality and sometimes violent incidents by heavily armed rightwingers. The FBI document showed just how far along the men got in their planning, and how credible the threat became against Whitmer, who had been considered for the role of Joe Biden's running mate. In recent months, Whitmer has become a focal point of anti-government sentiment and anger over coronavirus lockdown measures. According to the affidavit, plotters twice surveilled the governor's vacation home and discussed blowing up a bridge leading to the house and using a boat to flee with the captured Whitmer. The plot continued to gather pace into October, before the FBI arrested Fox, Barry Croft, Ty Garbin, Kaleb Franks, Daniel Harris and Brandon Caserta in a series of raids on Wednesday night. 'When I put my hand on the Bible and took the oath of office 22 months ago, I knew this job would be hard,' Whitmer said on Thursday. 'But I'll be honest, I never could have imagined anything like this.' Fox, Croft, Garbin, Franks, Harris and Caserta face federal charges over conspiring to kidnap Whitmer, while a further seven men, each linked to a militia group called 'Wolverine Watchmen', face state charges relating to Michigan's anti-terrorism act. The FBI affidavit provides a detailed look into how the plot to kidnap Whitmer developed through June, July, August and September, and also shows how the men were doomed throughout – as an informant reported back to the FBI at every turn. The FBI had begun to monitor a 'group of individuals' in early 2020, the agency said, after it became aware of discussions about 'the violent overthrow of certain government and law-enforcement components'. Croft and Fox were among those involved, after they became convinced that Michigan was one of several states violating the US constitution. Whitmer had become a hate figure among the rightwing through spring, when she was among a number of state governors to issue stay-at-home orders in an attempt to stop the spread of coronavirus. In April, thousands of protesters, many armed, besieged the Michigan state capitol , in Lansing, to demonstrate against Whitmer's order. People protest Michigan's stay-at-home order at the state Capitol in April. Photograph: Jeff Kowalsky/AFP via Getty Images The protesters chanted: 'Lock her up', a common refrain used by Trump supporters towards Hillary Clinton in 2016, and Donald Trump seemingly offered his support, tweeting : 'LIBERATE MICHIGAN!' on April 17. It was against this backdrop that the FBI picked up on plans to attack the Michigan state capitol. At a meeting on 6 June, Croft, Fox and more than a dozen people from several states discussed creating 'a society that followed the U.S. Bill of Rights and where they could be self-sufficient', according to the FBI. Croft and Fox decided they needed to increase their numbers, and contacted a militia group led by Garbin. From there, plans to attack the capitol began to escalate. Fox asked to join forces with Garbin, and at a meeting in Dublin, Ohio, Fox said he needed to recruit '200 men' to storm the capitol building and take hostages, including Whitmer. If successful, the group would have tried Whitmer for treason, according to the FBI affidavit. They intended to carry this out before the elections on 3 November. The plan was more than just a pipe dream. On 20 June, Fox held a clandestine meeting at his business in Grand Rapids to plan the attack, the FBI said. Attendees, who included Grabin, were required to hand over their cellphones and used a hidden trapdoor to reach a basement. Play Video 2:39 Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer slams Trump in response to kidnapping plot – video At the meeting Fox and others discussed how they would assault the state capitol and counter police. They planned to use 'Molotov cocktails', according to the FBI, to destroy police vehicles. At the end of the meeting, recorded by an FBI informant who was wearing a recording device, the conspirators agreed to conduct firearms and tactical training over a weekend in July. That event saw the plan develop further. In Cambria, Wisconsin, Fox, Croft, Garbin, Franks and Caserta took part in 'combat drills', according to the FBI. Over the weekend the militia group attempted to construct two explosive devices, using balloons, a fuse and ball bearings, although neither device detonated. By mid-July, the plans were shifting away from an assault on the Michigan capitol, as the group homed in on Whitmer's vacation home and the governor's official summer residence. 'We about to be busy ladies and gentlemen,' Fox posted to a private Facebook page. Adam Fox is shown in a booking photo. Photograph: AP 'This is where the Patriot shows up. Sacrifices his time, money, blood sweat and tears… it starts now so get fucking prepared!!' On 27 July, Fox discussed his plan to 'snatch' Whitmer with the FBI informant, and in August, one of the planners suggested taking the kidnapping plan further. 'Have one person go to her house,' Harris wrote in an encrypted group chat. 'Knock on the door and when she answers it just cap her.' In a follow up chat Franks wrote:

UK churches urged to wake up to spiritual abuse of LGBT people

by Harriet Sherwood

Online conference this weekend will discuss how churches can defuse ‘ticking timebomb’

Blogs

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Trump's Coronavirus Drive-By Stunt Branded 'Insanity' For Exposing Secret Service Agents

by Chris York

Donald Trump's "surprise" drive-by stunt to wave at supporters outside the hospital where he is being treated for Covid-19 has been branded "insanity" by a doctor at the facility where he is being treated.Dr James Phillips said the president had put the lives of Secret Service agents at risk, after the 74-year-old sat for an extended period of time in a hermetically-sealed vehicle with two agents, all for a piece of "political theatre".Trump was captured on video waving from the back seat of a black SUV Sunday evening, wearing a mask, as crowds cheered and waved American flags and pro-Trump banners outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Centre in the Washington suburb of Bethesda, Maryland.Two people could be seen in the vehicle's front seats.Trump drives by the press and supporters outside Walter Reed hospital. pic.twitter.com/3phtKthqTH— Philip Crowther (@PhilipinDC) October 4, 2020Patients who test positive for Covid-19 are generally required to quarantine for 14 days, the typical incubation period for the coronavirus to avoid infecting others and the disease has killed more than 200,000 Americans.In two posts on Twitter, Dr Phillips wrote: "Every single person in the vehicle during that completely unnecessary Presidential 'drive-by' just now has to be quarantined for 14 days."That Presidential SUV is not only bulletproof, but hermetically sealed against chemical attack. The risk of Covid-19 transmission inside is as high as it gets outside of medical procedures."The irresponsibility is astounding. My thoughts are with the Secret Service forced to play."Every single person in the vehicle during that completely unnecessary Presidential "drive-by" just now has to be quarantined for 14 days. They might get sick. They may die. For political theater. Commanded by Trump to put their lives at risk for theater. This is insanity.— Dr. James P. Phillips, MD (@DrPhillipsMD) October 4, 2020That Presidential SUV is not only bulletproof, but hermetically sealed against chemical attack. The risk of COVID19 transmission inside is as high as it gets outside of medical procedures. The irresponsibility is astounding. My thoughts are with the Secret Service forced to play.— Dr. James P. Phillips, MD (@DrPhillipsMD) October 4, 2020Shortly before the brief ride, Trump posted a video on Twitter saying he would "pay a little surprise to the some of the great patriots we have out on the street".pic.twitter.com/0Bm9W2u1x7— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 4, 2020White House spokesman Judd Deere described the drive as a "short, last-minute motorcade ride to wave to his supporters" and said Trump quickly returned to his hospital suite.Deere said "appropriate precautions were taken" before the ride to protect the President and those supporting him, Reuters reports. "The movement was cleared by the medical team as safe to do," he added.If @realDonaldTrump were my patient, in unstable condition + contagious illness, & he suddenly left the hospital to go for a car ride that endangers himself & others:I'd call security to restrain him then perform a psychiatric evaluation to examine his decision-making capacity.— Leana Wen, M.D. (@DrLeanaWen) October 4, 2020I like presidents who don't intentionally expose the Secret Service to deadly viruses.— Bryan Behar (@bryanbehar) October 5, 2020The Trump stunt of driving out of the hospital is so reminiscent of the Lafayette Park stunt with Bible. Recklessly endangering others for a narcissistic photo op. Think of the endangered Secret Service agents in the car with him putting their lives on the line for a photo op!— Norman Ornstein (@NormOrnstein) October 4, 2020Trump risked the lives of the Secret Service personnel who were in the drive-by SUV with him. Lives risked for a publicity stunt. They will need to quarantine for 14 days, doctors say.— Stephen King (@StephenKing) October 4, 2020Earlier on Sunday, Trump's doctor said the president's blood oxygen level dropped suddenly twice in recent days, but he "has continued to improve" since then.The update from Dr Sean Conley added a new layer of confusion to the president's fight with Covid-19 as he also suggested Trump could be discharged from Walter Reed National Military Medical Centre as early as Monday.Trump's doctors, speaking on the steps of the military hospital where he was being treated for a third consecutive day, refused to disclose the specific timing of the president's dip in oxygen or whether lung scans showed any damage.Dr Conley acknowledged he was trying to downplay the severity of the president's condition the day before."I was trying to reflect the upbeat attitude of the team, that the president, that his course of illness has had. Didn't want to give any information that might steer the course of illness in another direction," Dr Conley said. "And in doing so, came off like we're trying to hide something, which wasn't necessarily true. The fact of the matter is that he's doing really well."Dr Conley said the president had a "high fever" and a blood oxygen level below 94% on Friday and during "another episode" on Saturday. He was evasive when asked whether Trump's level had dropped below 90%: "We don't have any recordings here on that."Related... New Poll Caps Off Cataclysmic Few Days For Donald Trump's Reelection Campaign Trump's Doctors Say He Could Be Discharged From Hospital Tomorrow

An International Church of Cannabis Exists And It Looks Incredible

by Mike Williams

Welcome to the most chilled place of prayer on Earth. The International Church of Cannabis (ICC) is a one-of-a-kind place. Based in Denver, Colorado, the ICC opened its doors on 20 April, 2017, and is a location of a different sort of religion; a place where worshippers of weed can come together. Perhaps the most …

Yusef Salaam’s Eight Essential Books To Read About Black History

by UNILAD

This reading list has been compiled by Dr. Yusef Salaam, who – at the age of just fifteen – was wrongly convicted alongside four other boys in the ‘Central Park jogger’ case of 1989. The boys would become known in media as The Central Park Five, and were finally exonerated following a 2002 confession from …

The Pope said we should end poverty and people have been biblesplaining why he's wrong

by John Plunkett

Now we are not particularly religious but on the face of it, the Pope suggesting that we should all work together to help end poverty is not especially controversial. And yet how wrong we were, if this exchange highlighted by @mandyekeroth is anything to go by. The Pope: let us work together to end poverty […]

People have made a meme of the Pope again - our 19 favourite takes

by Oonagh Keating

An image of Pope Francis holding up a communion wafer during mass has proven to be perfect for a Twitter meme. We gathered the best.

Donald Trump's eyes when Joe Biden said 'cocaine' has got people giggling

by John Plunkett

A highlight of sorts from the second presidential debate was the moment Joe Biden mentioned ‘cocaine’ in a reference to, actually, we’re not entirely sure what it was a reference to. But that’s not important right now. TRUMP’S EYES WHEN BIDEN SAID “COCAINE!” Omg! #DebateTonight pic.twitter.com/wNJNsHmeOl — Melissa Cruz (@MelissaWrites22) October 23, 2020 Maybe he’s […]

Churchill the European has been written out of history

by Roch Dunin-Wasowicz

Churchill devoted considerable resources, money, speech-making, and political organization to the cause of European unity. Today, Churchill the European is being written out of British history, wri…

Gordon Ramsay blasted by punter furious to be charged £3.85 for TWO pieces of toast

by Issy Sampson

TELLY chef Gordon Ramsay is charging hungry diners a whopping £3.85 for TOAST. A customer at this Heathrow Airport Plane Food eatery complained that Gordon's pricey menu items were difficult to stomach. Rex FeaturesTV chef Gordon Ramsay has been criticised for charging almost £4 for toast[/caption] Teppy83 said on travel bible TripAdvisor that'd already shelled out £14 on his cooked breakfast and an extra £4.10 for a brew. But he said it stuck in his throat when he was charged almost £4 for toast. He argued online two days ago: "I have eaten here before and both the food and service are pleasingly consistent – a cut above the standard airport fare. "This time was breakfast and a nasty surprise came with the bill – £3.85 for toast! I can swallow £4.10 for coffee but toast should be part of the £14 breakfast. One customer was left fuming by the price An English breakfast is £13.95 but customers are expected to cough up an extra £3.85 for toast "Also, ditch the hideous video of Gordon Ramsay outside – that almost put me off going in!" Another diner also complained about the sky-high prices. Chiefcynic from Norway weighed in with: "The traditional English breakfast was superb; the ingredients fresh and the sausages to die for. "Even the mushrooms, an ingredient so often used simply as decoration, were tasty. The views of what aircraft were flying were panoramic and the whole experience was restful and a welcome break. Getty - ContributorDiners weren't happy they had to pay extra for toast[/caption] "The only sting was the price; £52 for two breakfasts is not cheap but then you get what you pay for. There are cheaper options on the menu so I wouldn't be put off by the price unless you normally eat at the likes of McDonalds, in which case you probably wouldn't appreciate the quality of the food anyway." And a traveller from Spain penned: "Would I go again, not sure as I don't think £70 plus pounds for two mains and two beers represented particularly good value." A guest who ate there in August added: "The food was very poor quality and absolutely not good enough for the prices they charged. They then add both a cover charge and a service charge of 15 percent. A total rip off, avoid." The Sun Online has contacted Gordon's representative for comment. It comes after Gordon's £56 Sunday lunch at the Savoy Grill was slammed by one person as "a child's portion" with three little carrots. Another was unhappy about the chef's £23 steak and chips across town at his York & Albany, calling it "five slices of meat over salted fries". Some asked if the roast he'd raved about was a 'child's portion' Gordon was also criticised for this steak meal at his York & Albany restaurant Most read in Celebrity sporty star Jacqueline Jossa shows off incredible figure in a sports bra and leggings KNICKER WHOPPER GLORY Ulrika, 52, poses in 'big pants' after ditching 'dental floss' thongs 'unacceptable' Kym Marsh rows with Morrison's and is accused of trying to get worker sacked HOLL FOR LEATHER Holly Willoughby sets pulses racing in sexy leather skirt on This Morning STRICTLY BACK-UP Strictly boss confirms Neil Jones & 3 co-stars won't get celeb partners 'this don't wobble' Catherine Tyldesley hits back at troll who said she has 'big fat legs' Gordon was mercilessly mocked after plugging his £19 fry up last week. On Twitter, the celebrity chef wrote: "The most amazing Full English. Can't wait for you to try it from 21st September at Savoy Grill!" The dish, served at the upmarket London grill, has two eggs, bacon, a single sausage, a tomato and a mushroom. But one fan asked: "Where's the rest of it?" while another called it an "abomination". We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@thesun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5300

Gordon Ramsay slammed by customer furious to be charged £3.85 for TWO pieces of toast

by Issy Sampson

CELEBRITY chef Gordon Ramsay is charging hungry diners a whopping £3.85 for TOAST. A customer at this Heathrow Airport Plane Food eatery complained that Gordon's pricey menu items were difficult to stomach. Rex FeaturesTV chef Gordon Ramsay has been criticised for charging almost £4 for toast[/caption] Teppy83 said on travel bible TripAdvisor that'd already shelled out £14 on his cooked breakfast and an extra £4.10 for a brew. But he said it stuck in his throat when he was charged almost £4 for toast. He argued online two days ago: "I have eaten here before and both the food and service are pleasingly consistent – a cut above the standard airport fare. "This time was breakfast and a nasty surprise came with the bill – £3.85 for toast! I can swallow £4.10 for coffee but toast should be part of the £14 breakfast. One customer was left fuming by the price An English breakfast is £13.95 but customers are expected to cough up an extra £3.85 for toast "Also, ditch the hideous video of Gordon Ramsay outside – that almost put me off going in!" Another diner also complained about the sky-high prices. Chiefcynic from Norway weighed in with: "The traditional English breakfast was superb; the ingredients fresh and the sausages to die for. "Even the mushrooms, an ingredient so often used simply as decoration, were tasty. The views of what aircraft were flying were panoramic and the whole experience was restful and a welcome break. Getty - ContributorDiners weren't happy they had to pay extra for toast[/caption] "The only sting was the price; £52 for two breakfasts is not cheap but then you get what you pay for. There are cheaper options on the menu so I wouldn't be put off by the price unless you normally eat at the likes of McDonalds, in which case you probably wouldn't appreciate the quality of the food anyway." And a traveller from Spain penned: "Would I go again, not sure as I don't think £70 plus pounds for two mains and two beers represented particularly good value." A guest who ate there in August added: "The food was very poor quality and absolutely not good enough for the prices they charged. They then add both a cover charge and a service charge of 15 percent. A total rip off, avoid." The Sun Online has contacted Gordon's representative for comment. It comes after Gordon's £56 Sunday lunch at the Savoy Grill was slammed by one person as "a child's portion" with three little carrots. Another was unhappy about the chef's £23 steak and chips across town at his York & Albany, calling it "five slices of meat over salted fries". Some asked if the roast he'd raved about was a 'child's portion' Gordon was also criticised for this steak meal at his York & Albany restaurant Most read in Celebrity sporty star Jacqueline Jossa shows off incredible figure in a sports bra and leggings KNICKER WHOPPER GLORY Ulrika, 52, poses in 'big pants' after ditching 'dental floss' thongs 'unacceptable' Kym Marsh rows with Morrison's and is accused of trying to get worker sacked HOLL FOR LEATHER Holly Willoughby sets pulses racing in sexy leather skirt on This Morning STRICTLY BACK-UP Strictly boss confirms Neil Jones & 3 co-stars won't get celeb partners 'this don't wobble' Catherine Tyldesley hits back at troll who said she has 'big fat legs' Gordon was mercilessly mocked after plugging his £19 fry up last week. On Twitter, the celebrity chef wrote: "The most amazing Full English. Can't wait for you to try it from 21st September at Savoy Grill!" The dish, served at the upmarket London grill, has two eggs, bacon, a single sausage, a tomato and a mushroom. But one fan asked: "Where's the rest of it?" while another called it an "abomination".

Yahoo Questions

Top Yahoo questions from the last 30 days.

These are significant community questions from Yahoo Answers, asked in the UK, which relate to the word 'Bible', from the last 30 days, updated hourly.

26 Oct
If only Jesus can forgive sins, then why does the Bible tell us to forgive each other's sins?

If only Jesus can forgive sins, then why does the Bible tell us to forgive each other's sins? 3 Answers Relevance Anonymous 3 mins ago We are to let go of unforgiveness and bitterness.  It is an issue of people loving one another.  That has nothing to do with heaven and hell.  As for heaven and hell, death leads to heaven or hell.  The Lord Jesus Christ is God, who died on the cross and shed His blood to pay for all of our sins in full, and then Jesus was buried, and then Jesus resurrected from the dead.  Nothing you could do will ever pay for any of your sins.  Jesus already paid for all of our sins with His death on the cross and His shed blood, and then Jesus resurrected from the dead.  So the only way to get into heaven and avoid hell, is by believing in the Lord Jesus Christ, without adding any of your own works.  See Romans 4:5.  It is too late for you to be saved, after death. Still have questions? Get answers by asking now.

26 Oct
If you're looking through someone's bookshelf, what books mean someone could be an Atheist? ?

Anonymous Anonymous asked in Society ämp; Culture Religion ämp; Spirituality · 12 mins ago If you're looking through someone's bookshelf, what books mean someone could be an Atheist? ? I know about Atlas Shrugged and Karl Marx, but are there any other red flags to be aware of?  2 Answers Relevance Red flags? Yeah...you better get out of there and go home and hide under your bed! The atheists are coming! The atheists are coming! ROFLMAO! Anonymous 6 mins ago On this atheists book shelf, The Bible. I keep it around and read for time to time. I used to be a Christian, then read the Bible for myself. I thank The Bible for setting me off on my journey to atheism. Still have questions? Get answers by asking now.

26 Oct
Is dizziness the earth trying to tell us that existence itself is holy?

3 Answers Relevance The fact of the matter: No: It is your body tell you that you are lacking the proper amount of water, or that you might have hit your head and you are getting ready to pass out because of the pain, it is the bodies autonomic immune system.  Source(s): King James holy bible Dizzyness is due to various causes, but it fundamentally represents your brain being confused about what it's senses are telling it about which way 'up' is.  It has nothing to do with religion. NO...GOD IS THE PERFECT HOLY ONE..He died for us in pure love and caring...pray when alone and repent. Still have questions? Get answers by asking now.

26 Oct
Can Religion cause all of these things? Or maybe Ignorance would be a better blame. Your Problem is with interpretation....Not God.  Read.?

4 Answers Relevance Ignorance is most certainly the cause of your amazing inability to form a complete question. SO TRUE...BLAMING GOD FOR their own screwups is too nuts. GOD IS PERFECT..we are the sinners. The main problem with religion is that they are being led by people who dont really know the bible or who misunderstand the bible and there are some who twist Gods words for there benefit  Still have questions? Get answers by asking now.

26 Oct
Does God exist?

Anonymous Anonymous asked in Society ämp; Culture Religion ämp; Spirituality · 52 mins ago Does God exist? I am neither theist nor an atheist. I am just really confused if my life actually has a purpose and how the world came to exist. Like did God create the world or a big bang? Like wouldn't something have to create the big bang because I don't know how something can come from nothing? If not a god then do you believe that something exists outside of the material world, like anything supernatural? I honestly hate stupid religious traditions that don't make sense but maybe a divine being could have created the Earth. I just hate how religious customs are today. Lastly, I learned that my body is just a collection of atoms and molecules, and nothing else. Really make me feel worthless like my thoughts are irrelevant and just governed by the laws of physics.   17 Answers Relevance Anonymous 6 mins ago The Lord Jesus Christ is God.  The King James Bible is 100% perfect, and the Bible is the Word of God.  Death leads to heaven or hell.  The Lord Jesus Christ is God, who died on the cross and shed His blood to pay for all of our sins in full, and then Jesus was buried, and then Jesus resurrected from the dead.  Nothing you could do will ever pay for any of your sins.  Jesus already paid for all of our sins with His death on the cross and His shed blood, and then Jesus resurrected from the dead.  So the only way to get into heaven and avoid hell, is by believing in the Lord Jesus Christ, without adding any of your own works.  See Romans 4:5.  It is too late for you to be saved, after death.  To read the Bible, use the King James Bible and start reading in the Book of John.  Jesus loves you! Yes, he does.  Every year millions experience him for themselves.  You should, too.  It's the logical thing to do.  Don't bother moving the goalposts.  It's more evidence than atheists have to shore up their fantasy that there is no God.  And it doesn't necessarily have to be just sensations or feelings.  I have seen miraculous healings in response to prayer. The Bible account of creation hinges on the fact that there is a Supreme Being, Almighty God, who created all things. He is the Creator of all things, but most people know very little about him. God is a person, an individual. He is not a vague force devoid of personality, floating aimlessly throughout the universe. He has thoughts, feelings, and goals. God has infinite power and wisdom. This explains the complex design found everywhere in creation, especially in living things. God created all physical matter. Hence, he cannot be made of physical elements that he himself has created. Rather, he is of a spiritual, or nonphysical, nature. God's existence is not limited by time. He has always existed and will always exist. Hence, no one created him. You might start by not overthinking the part about stupid religious traditions. Human culture is complicated, because (unlike the rest of the animal kingdom) we evolved ways to think about and communicate abstract ideas. That's why you can ask this question, but it's also why we develop all sorts of cultural traditions: artistic traditions, traditional ways of meeting our needs, and yes, religious traditions. Just about any of these seem stupid from outside, because it's all that talking and thinking about ideas that produces them. They have meaning from within, but that meaning is usually built on familiarity and comfort, not feelings you get if you're looking at the traditions from outside.    I happen to believe in God--I'm a Protestant Christian, for what it's worth--but it's also clear from the physical evidence that the cosmological Big Bang was a significant step in the development of the universe. I don't know of any scientific theory that says the Big Bang came from nothing, but what we've learned of the physical principles of the universe doesn't--so far--give us much information about what preceded it. We don't yet have an understanding of what happens when we extrapolate classical physical events back to where we're dealing with quantum-mechanical distances.    Back to the question of God: The main thing I find wrong with some approaches is that people seem to think they completely comprehend God. Some of them claim to be able to take him apart and see what makes him tick. I figure if God exists (as I believe), then God has to be beyond my comprehension, or he (or she) wouldn't really be God. So I'll stick with the best advice I've gotten--again, in my case, Christian, but that's based on my personal history--about what God might want from me, and I won't worry about trying to boss God around.    The main concern here, I think, is your question about your life's purpose. Despite what some of my fellow Christians preach, I think that really is your choice; your purpose is up to you. The important thing is that you get to choose it. You have, as some Christian theologians describe it, "free will." You get to decide what to believe, and what to do, and those determine who you really are. You have been given--by God, or the universe, or however you think of it--the power of self-determination, the ultimate freedom.    I know that some writers have tried to argue against free will, saying our own thoughts are just the consequences of physics. (Sam Harris has a page-and-a-half footnote on that in "The End of Faith"; I've never before seen an author argue so hard that his copyright claim at the front of the book is essentially a lie.) But I think that argument ignores the way we think. Maybe we can't control the ideas, the free associations, that our brains produce in response to stimuli, but we get to decide which of those ideas are silly and which are worth considering further, and that decision clearly changes the flow of ideas. We are, somehow, even if we can't say exactly how, in control of the end results of our thinking, even if some of the notions that crop up by the wayside seem to be random.     Maybe my direction, Christianity, won't work for you. (For that matter, I run into a lot of versions of Christianity that don't work for me, either.) But you can still decide what to believe, what to consider, what to try to achieve. I submit for your consideration that your freedom to decide is evidence your mind is something more than random physical events. If you want a physical description, I think our minds are what are called "emergent phenomena"--cases in which the whole turns out to be beyond the individual parts.    And there are many, outside the "stupid religious traditions," who also see that in some form. Here are a couple of my favorites:     "We are the universe made manifest, trying to figure itself out."  -- Delenn, in the SF TV series "Babylon 5"   

26 Oct
To Christians: If someone goes to the Lake of Fire at the end, will they be destroyed and no longer exist?

To Christians: If someone goes to the "Lake of Fire" at the end, will they be destroyed and no longer exist? I did a big study on this and I concluded that if one had not eaten from the "Tree of Life", they would cease to exist when cast into the "Lake of Fire". I am not a Jehovah's Witness or Seventh Day Adventist. I go to a non denominational church and we looked closely at this. There are many words like perish and destroyed that would seem to mean cease to exist. The Greek word is "Apollumi" which means to "Destroy Completely". It certainly would be a permanent condition and thus qualify as "Eternal Punishment".  What do you guys think? 18 Answers Relevance No.  The lake of fire is only a symbol of destruction.  Note that in Rev. 20:12-14, death and hell must both be emptied and tossed into the lake of fire, or destroyed.  Obviously they are not tangible things that can be burned. When we are resurrected, we shall be immortal and unable to die or cease to exist.  The lake of fire, even if it were literal, would not be able to burn us up. The actual reward of the sons of Perdition is Outer Darkness, not a lake of fire, much less hell or annihilation.  Hell is never forever, as shown above.  There is only finite punishment for finite sin. God's love, justice, and mercy are all intact. Whosoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire. Revelation 20:15 Is this the hellfire Christendom speaks about? No, for in the preceding verse, we read: Death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the second death. Revelation 20:14  If hell is cast into the lake of fire, the lake cannot itself be hellfire. Moreover, death is not something concrete that can be picked up and hurled somewhere.  So the lake of fire must be symbolic. Of what?  The Bible says: This is the second death. When death an Hades are hurled into the lake of fire, they die,' cease to exist. Similarly, rebellious humans who end up there die, or cease to exist. This, though, is the second death, without hope of a resurrection. Human beings are created with a temporary physical/biological nature, and an eternal spiritual/supernatural nature. We live you our physical life on Earth, and then enter into the eternal destiny we have chosen for ourselves - eternal perfect happiness in Heaven, or eternal agony in Hell. What do you think of the answers? You can sign in to give your opinion on the answer. Whatever the reality of those who totally reject life offered by God, yes, it will be permanent. There is no literal 'lake of fire', it is symbolism. Source(s): Jesus follower Yes, those who are cast into the lake of fire will be completely consumed by fire and cease to exist, it called the second death. No disrespect to the research that your local congregation conducted, but that has not been the traditional interpretation for the past 2,000 years of Christianity. So the conclusion that your group came to is in conflict with most (or nearly all) Theologians, Christians, and Biblical scholars throughout history.  No offense, but from a purely logical standpoint - which do you think is MORE LIKELY  - that your congregation's new and novel conclusion is correct and nearly 100% of ALL Christians throughout time have been wrong on this. OR - that your congregation, maybe influenced by 1 or 2 outspoken and persuasive individuals, came to a novel and... errr... 'wrong' interpretation on this 1 subject? The consistent and unwavering interpretation for nearly ALL Christians, throughout time has been THIS: That God created souls to be eternal - he doesn't make mistakes. He also doesn't violate the core 'nature' (key principle, purpose, or 'essence' of a thing) by destroying that which is designed (by God) to be eternal. i.e. the soul. For God to force an eternal soul to cease to exist, which would be a violation of its 'nature' is an infinite evil or at the very least, a violation of God's own sovereign plan. He would thus be acting inconsistent (created an eternal soul, only to later destroy it) I think you're group is playing with the word 'eternal' to mean 'permanent' - and thus ADDING death to be equivalent to what is traditionally meant by eternal. One aspect of eternity is a sorta permanence, but you can not simply say that 'death' is eternal.  For 1 reason - Death is not a 'thing' which can possess eternity. Death is a lack of a thing - in this case, a LACK of life. It is the absence of life. LIFE is the positive state while death is its negation (opposite, or lack there of). You can HAVE eternal life, but you can not 'have' eternal death in the same way. Because death is a lacking of life - God can ALWAYS restore  it (restore physical life or spiritual life) and thus it would seem like if God can end a soul - he could still restore it, at a later state.  The only way you could avoid God violating his own design would be to assume that God creates SOME people with eternal souls and others with perishable souls. Like a 2-class system. And we don't know which is which, while here on Earth.  This is too much like the Calvinistic or "once saved always saved" view of Salvation where there are winners and losers - True Christians and fake ones. Those WITH eternal souls and those without. Otherwise, you risk making God someone who violates his own plan/design and destroys eternal souls - which to me seems like an evil act, which God can't do - else he is NOT God.  When I was about 10, I learned how to ride a bicycle. I was taught to look in the direction you want to go. If you look in the wrong direction you will tend to veer off in that direction.  This goes for your Christian journey also. If you focus on Hell and how to get there and what it's like, then you are going to tend to veer in that direction. I don't know if Hell is eternal torture or just the grave, because it isn't where my focus is and it shouldn't be where your focus is either.   Anonymous 4 hours ago It is obvious that the lake of fire is eternal torment.  Your "research" won't change that.  And it is easy to avoid going there.  Death leads to heaven or hell.  The Lord Jesus Christ is God, who died on the cross and shed His blood to pay for all of our sins in full, and then Jesus was buried, and then Jesus resurrected from the dead.  Nothing you could do will ever pay for any of your sins.  Jesus already paid for all of our sins with His death on the cross and His shed blood, and then Jesus resurrected from the dead.  So the only way to get into heaven and avoid hell, is by believing in the Lord Jesus Christ, without adding any of your own works.  See Romans 4:5.  It is too late for you to be saved, after death. "Annihilation Theory" has been around for a long time.  Perhaps believing that somehow comforts someone, considering the alternative, Rev. 20. Show more answers (8) Still have questions? Get answers by asking now.

26 Oct
God doesn't want to save people in the Third world. Because they are racially inferior. True or false?

12 Answers Relevance This has been the position of some people who believe in 'God' over the centuries - yes. It's not generally accepted as true by most theists though. Even if you know about the biblical passages on sacred scripture, you do not know how to give any meaning to the word of God, because you are a religious heretic? The Lord has never said that his salvation and for some people, and for others not, because his salvation is towards all those who seek him and pray to him! Here is what the biblical passage says in Romans 9:20-21.20 O man, who are you to argue with God? Will he dare to say the vase moulded to the one who moulded him: "Why have you made me this way? 21 Is not the potter master of clay, to make a vase of the same paste for noble use and one for vulgar use? You should enroll in Bible school, 124 street, number 240! That said, the meaning is that, no one can dispute God because he created him, in fact, the word Vase of clay refers to the human person, called Vase, because God created man from the dust of the earth. He says he has created believers who will become his faithful, and he has created others who do not want to follow him. If that's the case, why do Christian missionaries go to countries like that? 2 hours ago True, the potter can do whatever He wants - or provide alternative routes.   There are (or used to be) airplanes running regularly from all third world countries - if they just would hop on and if the other countries would let them in.   Modern Western Civilization went beyond becoming richest, but is now also transforming others into carbon copies of themselves (Gog ämp; Magog). That's geopolitics coming from monkey town, where they are condemned to live as apes (since they believe in evolution). What do you think of the answers? You can sign in to give your opinion on the answer. False. Paul's letters are not Gospel. Paul was never a disciple or an apostle of Jesus, and all 3 different versions of his Damascus RD. story are fake. He wrongly thought an Apostle was greater than a Prophet which is why he chose to call himself an apostle. Those nations had their turn at superiority. False.  God loves all humans especially ones in the womb for they are the most vulnerable and most at risk. Anonymous 2 hours ago Ever thought that it is the White Supremacist Morons in America that God has no interest in saving? They have turned their back on God and instead Worship the Dollar and The Almighty TRump. Anonymous 2 hours ago FALSE. You obviously know nothing about God and know nothing about His creation. Take your pathetic bigotry racism and your slanderous assumptions about God elsewhere. You don't realize how pathetic you are right now. God saves whomever He wants and gives forgiveness and paradise to whomever He wants. No one is racially inferior or superior or unqualified to have salvation based upon race. You're just deluded. Show more answers (2) Still have questions? Get answers by asking now.

26 Oct
That God wants all people to be saved must be viewed as a conditional statement. Not an absolute statement at all. True or false?

That God wants all people to be saved must be viewed as a conditional statement. Not an absolute statement at all. True or false? "The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. Instead he is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance." 2 Pet. 3:9 The above Scripture is only a conditional statement, which implies that there are still exceptions to the rule. The one exception to this rule is one's refusal to observe Jesus's first and great commandment to love and honour God in Matthew 22:37-38 and Romans 1:21, 32, respectively. Such a commandment is the Chief cornerstone of the new covenant, which is still a requirement of Christian salvation. The covenant is further elaborated by Isaiah 24:5, which says that God will destroy most of the earth's inhabitants because they have broken the "everlasting covenant". Consequently, the Bible has clearly stated that there are still conditions which would exempt 2 Peter 3:9 from being true. Because 2 Peter 3:9 is only a conditional statement, which cannot be universally valid. True or false? 6 Answers Relevance Throughout the entire Bible it's clear that God's patience is phenomenal, as He gives people time to repent. But God's idea of time is not our idea, so we have that verse pointing out that humans think God is slow, but He isn't. He created time and at just the right time, while we were helpless, He sent His Son into the world to save sinners - Romans 6:6. At just the right time, this Jesus will return and then the Day of Salvation will be over. The Day of Resurrection ämp; Judgment will start when those not saved will have run out of time to repent and believe in Jesus, that they might be saved. God does not force His salvation on anyone. We would all like to see everyone saved, but the Bible is clear that many will perish, rejecting God's only means of salvation. 2 Peter 3:9 is not a promise. It is an explanation as to why not all will be saved, despite God's great patience. Congratulations on making a bunch of statements while pretending to ask a question by putting 'true or false?' at the end. And to answer your question - every one of your premises is false. There is no evidence to support (or compelling reason to infer) the existence of 'God(s)', and the Judeo-Christian 'bible' is a collection of superstitious nonsense (much of which is plagiarized from older myths) that has been propagated through fear and ignorance. 1 hour ago True, it looks like "not slowness" is conditional, while everyone gets "patience". VERY "conditional!" "But seek ye first the Kingdom of God [Matthew 16:28; "The Promise" Acts 1:4-5; 8 Who came on the Day of Pentecost (Acts 2:2-4], and His righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you" (Matthew 6:33) Who is Holy Spirit baptism (John 1:33; 15:16). "...that whosoever believeth in Him [In His "POWER that comes upon us" Acts 1:8; With Holy Spirit baptism; Acts 1:5; can "QUICKEN" us ; I Corinthians 15:45; "back to life" Ephesians 2:1; from our "DEAD spirits" Romans 5:12-14; I Corinthians 15:21-22]  shall not perish but have everlasting life" (John 3:16)! (((VERY))) "conditional!" "He that believeth and is [Holy Spirit] baptized shall be SAVED; but he that believeth NOT shall be DAMNED.  And these SIGNS SHALL FOLLOW them that believe, In My Name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues; They shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover" (Mark 16:16-18) that isn't received after a water baptism as the LYING pedophile roman catholic church has taught today's Christians! "Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you" (Luke 19:40). "DEAD spirits" don't have "the love of God" when "the DEAD knows nothing at all" (Ecclesiastes 9:5)! Until "QUICKENED" back to life from our DEAD spirits by His "POWER that comes upon us (Acts 1:8) with Holy Spirit baptism (Acts 1:5), you have NOTHING not even the love of God! "For the love of God is shed abroad (((BY))) the Holy Ghost" (Romans 5:5) but without His POWER who QUICKENS us (I Corinthians 15:45) back to life, when we are Holy Spirit baptized (Acts 1:8; John 1:33; 15:16),  we remain "DEAD spirits" and "the DEAD knows nothing at all" (Ecclesiastes 9:5). Consequently today's Christians can't even keep the "two greatest commandments" (Matthew 22:36-40) without being baptized with the Holy Ghost (John 1:33; 15:16)! WITHOUT (((PROOF))) OF HOLY SPIRIT BAPTISM, ONE IS (((NOTHING))) TO GOD BUT A "DEAD SPIRIT!" WANT ME TO REPEAT THAT? WITHOUT (((PROOF))) OF HOLY SPIRIT BAPTISM, ONE IS (((NOTHING))) TO GOD BUT A "DEAD SPIRIT!" And (((PROOF))) is His "POWER" (Acts 1:8) "SPIRITUAL GIFTS" (I Corinthians 12:7-10) and "SIGNS FOLLOWING" (Mark 16:17-18) received (((AFTER))) Holy Spirit baptism (Acts 1:5; I Corinthians 12:13; Mark 16:16)  To ((("CONFIRM))) that the LORD is working with us" (Mark 16:20)! What do you think of the answers? You can sign in to give your opinion on the answer. False.   There is one condition.  Accept Jesus as savior.  Done. Finis. The End. God Delusionists say the queerest thing, eh. Still have questions? Get answers by asking now.

26 Oct
Atheists: Do you approve of cuckolds?

5 Answers Relevance 57 secs ago I.think its kind of a dick move on Allah's part to blame the guy whose wife cheated on him. Like, he probably gave her reason to cheat on him, but shes the one who did the deed, so to speak.  Wow, I'm actually beginning to really like Islam more and more.... As opposed to how the world government and all the cuckolds want us to become like them in their new coronavirus false religion.  I could really get behind this, Heavan will be very beautiful without any cucks in it. The recent cuckold movement that started up in March makes me want nothing to do with them. I know God is real but I just never knew if Islam was true or not but I'm starting to have my doubts about Christianity after what the pope did and how so many different churches interpret the Bible so many different ways.  Those verses - and many others - in the holy books of most religions were written by men with their own agendas.  They gave implicit permission for men to murder their unfaithful wives, for parents to abuse their children and to oppress women.  By asserting that those 'rules' are the word of Allah/God, they effectively sought to give men total control and deny all normal human rights to women. Anonymous 20 mins ago Why are you interested in what we think? You really should mind your own business and get on with your own sad life.  What do you think of the answers? You can sign in to give your opinion on the answer. Anonymous 20 mins ago what a boring existence you must have to even waste your time thinking about such things Still have questions? Get answers by asking now.

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