I have a hard time believing what she is asking me to believe.
1. Only women who got an abortion moved into the workplace. 2. Every women who got an abortion moved into the workplace. 3. None of these women had a job prior to getting an abortion. 4. They would not have moved into the workplace if they had not gotten an abortion. I find this a little hard to swallow.
Furthermore, she is ignoring the economic contribution that would have been made by all these people who do not exist because of abortion.
I watched a documentary on evolution many years ago. They asked one scientist why evolution isn't still happening. He claimed it is, it's just so slow you can't see it. My question is; if it's happening so slow you can't see it, how do you know it's still happening?
When another was asked about the absence of transitional species he said we have more transitional species than we can keep track of. Another said because of the rapidity of the evolutionary process there are very few transitional species.
So, in a nutshell, we have an excrutiatingly slow process that happens so fast, it produces so few transitional species we can't keep track of them all.
How can you argue with such sound logic?
It seems they suffer from what I like to call ILLS. Idiotic liberal logic syndrome.
The churches mentioned in Revelation are groups of believers within the church. When I mentioned religious organizations I was referring to religions (Methodist, Lutheran, Roman Catholic) etc.
And I did not say you could not find the word pastor in the Bible. I said you cannot find the office of pastor in the Bible. The word pastor in Ephesians 4:11 is referring to an elder. This is not establishing the office of pastor, but simply referring to a shepard.
The Bible says nothing about religious organizations, (since there were not to be any), so I wonder how some come to the conclusion that the Bible addresses leadership of religious organizations (which the SBC is). Furthermore, the Bible shows no office of pastor but few have a problem has pastors.
There is nothing wrong with homeschooling your children, John. In fact it's a good idea. We have homeschooled eight of our nine children and are glad we did. If that means I "have a button" so be it. It may not be for everyone. There are many sacrifices to be made. But I applaud anyone who is willing too so so.