kick back wrote: Uhhh? you think PS was thinking of literal boots when Nat gave his -questionable- reply. I thought the verse in reply was just bootiful
Perhaps we could get your linguistic skills to examine Ez.24:23 " And your tires shall be upon your heads, and your shoes upon your feet" A Goodyear for new headgear.... Whitewalls? that is A tire as attire. a joke I never tire of...
Yes, it is hard to believe the White House welcomed the Pope, but you have to consider the current occupant of the W.H. for that. I'm surprised he hasn't had the bldg repainted in rainbow colors yet! (well, he could do it with lighting anyway). Next thing you know, the Pope will visit Ireland and apologize for all babies aborted at that nunnery mentioned by Ralph Ovadal in his Heart of the Matter program, available here at good ol' S.A. It's a real hair-raising story!
First I look at the website where the article came from--Christian. Then I read the article. Then I did a websearch for the doctor's name to find how the 'secular' media is handling it. I could only find a couple other Christian sites. I wonder why such silence when this seems like a hot topic, maybe even worth putting in a question to a conservative Republican candidate for President (What do you think of the case of Dr. Paul Church in Massachusetts?). I guess it's like the Kentucky clerk case that has exploded here (now over 128 posts) but has not gained much 'traction' in the secular media.
My newspaper headlined their story on this by saying, "Cruz is lying." By the way, the Caribbean country, Dominican Republic just had a big brouhaha over immigration when they changed their policy to say, "born in DR of foreigners, NOT a DR citizen," which upset a lot of Haitians that had been living there, giving birth to "anchor babies." The Haitians were thinking we can do this like we do in the US of A.
I guess this means he won't be having any shoebox campaigns this Christmas in Indonesia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Detroit, and other Muslim-dominated neighborhoods. But I do think he is on the right track, unless one of his relatives needs to go to the hospital and they find the doctors and staff are Muslim...minor detail. Some would say, I thought the US of A allowed freedom of religion? And, don't immigrants have to swear allegiance to the US of A under oath? I guess they need to understand the Muslim concept of 'taqqiyya' which means they can lie, deceive, cheat, etc anyone (yes, even another Muslim) if they think it moves forward the advance of their religion. That's why I do not trust in a single one of them, and I wasn't about to have any medical operations done this past month during Ramadan when they sleep most of the day, eat and party at night. If you reversed your normal routines, how would you feel? Could you concentrate?
I'm a little concerned this story about RCC only has 3 comments posted to date; usually the topic gets a flood of comments from the large anti-RCC crowd here. I also wonder how many other evangelical denominations, universities, ministries, are sitting on millions of dollars in 'reserve funds.' Bottom line: be careful about anyone telling you what to do with your finances, when what they tell you stands to benefit them in any way.