Great post on Facebook!
I am not a rebel. I am a Christian who lives in America. I have rights that I refuse to give up and I will not go away quietly or without a fight. In fact, I have rights no matter where I happened to live and I would stand up for them if I was in any other country.
I am not a troublemaker. I am a Christian. It is not my moral stand that trouble America, it is the immoral who are doing so. It is those who are trying to make wrong right and right
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Government mandates are often purposed as mandated markets or laws for our own good and protection. But are they really? A closer look would seem to suggest otherwise. Regardless of stated reasons when you think about how intrusive the government has become, it appears to be more about dominance and power then "for our own good." Remember when toilets worked? Low-Flush Toilets, Michigan Environmental Science Board [Mackinac Center] How did we get to the point where government dictates
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With time dilation demonstrating an omnipresent nature is possible, in that we can observe the past in the present just by looking at starlight and quantum mechanics as well is showing an all knowing nature; two major attributes attributed to God are a reality. This can easily and logically be interpreted as evidence that God could exist if your objectivity is present during the contemplation of evidence. Photon particles actually appear to change there behavior when being watched. How would they
This anonymous quote from the internet sums it up nicely...
Fact. Every civilization to ever exist on this earth has had the sense of a supreme being.
Fact. A group of people that share a belief pertaining to a deity (existing or not existing) is a religion.
Fact. Not believing in something does not make it cease to exist.
Opinion. Whenever two or more of us are gathered in the Lords name, there is love. This alone, without all the other splendor that I have
Do we really know what we're eating? Is GM foods science or a political nightmare special ordered for us, the consumer?
Proponents claim that genetically modified (GM) crops:
• are safe to eat and more nutritious
• benefit the environment
• reduce use of herbicides and insecticides
• increase crop yields, thereby helping farmers and