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  1. I'm pretty sure my Bible makes no mention of God's inability to overcome public healthcare.
  2. So the solution is to look down your nose at all Christians. Makes sense. Not hypocritical in any way. Edit: this is sarcasm.
  3. In case you didn't have enough to worry about, here's something else to consider... Because the Trumpsters think it's a hoax they're going out and will be among the largest initial groups infected. They'll also be the first treated, which means they may have the best chances of recovering before the medical facilities get overwhelmed and run out of supplies and/or vaccine. *exit stage left*
  4. Unfortunately I have some local news. Received a letter from my son's school that one of the student's parents is self-quarantining after discovering they came into contact with a person infected with the coronavirus. My son's school is in Prince William County. My wife teaches at a school in Fairfax County and she said they are being trained Monday to teach from home.
  5. I agree with you in large part but there are Christians like myself that are calling it out, but they are not getting credit, are getting drowned out, or not getting the coverage they need because it's not a trendy narrative, or frankly because there are always bigger news stories with this current administration. The other issue is that the current political clime doesn't allow for rational discourse. Everything is all one side or the other. If you are a democrat, you want to take everyone's guns. If you are a republican you are a racist. If you are a Christian you are a hypocrite. This
  6. So to take this further, it would be perfectly appropriate for black people to label all white people racists so long as the ones they know are. I'm glad the vast majority of black people don't hold this same view. Again, please stop binning people.
  7. You do realize people have the ability to read both your and my posts, right? Do you feel that they would agree with this conclusion based on the narrative we've each presented and the way it was presented? That's a rhetorical question, just to clarify.
  8. Perhaps I should have used conservative instead of Republican. And if that is the case, if you were a conservative and then recognized the Republican party was drifting away from conservatism, it made sense to leave the Republican party because they no longer were acting according to what they were saying they believed. But your personal core beliefs are what remained. They weren't tied to the party nomenclature, they were tied to your beliefs. Leaving a party affiliation is one thing, leaving your entire belief system is another. The problem is there is no separation being pro
  9. Then from a gun rights activist view, you don't see at least some parallel with having a very large portion of folks in said "peer" group that you find are doing significant damage to what should be the message of your personal stance? That said situation makes it important to separate the overall message of gun rights from what the recognized figureheads of gun rights may be proposing?
  10. To build on this, I would make the argument that Buttigieg better exemplifies Christian values than Trump. And Pence for that matter.
  11. I looked at your first post. You said: 'Denying that but calling it disappointing is major cop out and wont convince anyone who is not already indoctrinated unfortunately." and in follow up posts you said: "So then you ran in here like a holy white knight..." "you need to get your holy undies out of a bunch" Where would I get the idea that you were attacking me? /sarcasm just to be clear. And I appreciate you not unleashing your full capability to be a dick on me, but good to know you have that in you. Again, /sarcasm.
  12. To your first question, God ultimately. And I would agree with you that there are likely a large majority that would label me a false Christian, and I recognize that they put just as much stock in my view of them as I do in theirs, because again see my first sentence here. Another analogy if it would help, democrats. Republicans will sit there and say democrats hate America, that democrats want to hand out free stuff, that democrats want to destroy capitalism and turn America into Venezuela, turn their children into homosexuals, take away their guns and so on and so on. None of
  13. As my first post in this recent round of discussion shows, I was specifically responding to the meme Sisko posted that implies that Christians do not practice what they preach. My response was to highlight that is true, but to clarify that what they preach, in the meme provided, are actually good values to adhere to. If anyone was running in here in the manner you describe it was you who immediately followed attacking my clarification with a broad argument that no one was doing the very thing I just showed up to do and was doing in follow on posts. As far as the "holier than thou
  14. Christianity has a problem. It is not the problem. I hope that alleviates your confusion.
  15. I think I'll just politely disagree. But hey, if false arguments have got you this far in life, you do you.
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