I thought Clay would redraw that cartoon today with Romney as an MMA Fighter.
The New York Times nailed it.......... President Xanax.
I don't see any part of it as being ridiculous. It sounds like you are trying to convince yourself. You are not 100% sure yourself of your beliefs. You would have to believe that you possess an infinite amount amount knowledge to believe you are 100% correct. I'm sure you have an excellent IQ but you don't have an infinite amount of a knowledge. Is it possible that God exists outside your realm of knowledge and you have yet to find him?
Rickaroo.. Why do you want to debate something you don't believe in?
daytonsdarwin asks: What is a Christian today?
The definition of a Christian has never changed. A Christian is an imperfect person that realizes they will never be perfect. Realizing they are not and can never be perfect, Christians choose and accept the forgiveness of their Savior Jesus Christ for their sins. If Christians were perfect? Why would they need a Savior?
Christians will never be perfect. We know we are imperfect but we know God has forgiven us. Non-Christians will never forgive us because we cannot live up to their expectations. We struggle with the same temptations on a daily basis as Non-Christians. Lust, greed, power, etc. No one is immune. Christians have the Holy Spirit for guidance and direction but we don't always listen. We know better and try hard but some days are better than others.
Should fat people pay more for food?
Everybody suffers from a block in creativity every now and then. Clay head over to Nooga dot com. They had a story, the first of the week, about the TFP being sued for firing an employee needing time off for cancer surgery. She requested leave and was fired 30 minutes later. It is in the business section on July 30th.
You didn't build that....Full context.
Didn't Build That
I would take the NRA over the NEA anyway of the week. The NRA can save us from the failures of the NEA,
Clay...Where is the cartoon supporting the unionization of the Times Free Press? I'm sure you support your co-workers and the union.