I bet you are the poster boy of what the Perfect man/or woman looks like. Very Liberal of you, judge on appearance alone.
No, but I can laugh at myself. Must be pretty sour in your world.
 September 30, 2015 at 11:51am
The food is probably more dangerous than any personal weapon.
September 30, 2015 at 11:46am
Not my children!
September 30, 2015 at 11:44am
Jesus once served as a one-man jury on a death-penalty case. In the New Testament story, an adulterous woman was dragged to Jesus’ feet. The woman was guilty of a capital offense and had been caught in the act by at least one witness. The law mandated her death but Jesus prescribed a different response: “Let whoever is without sin cast the first stone.” Was heteaching that only a perfect being—God—should have power over death and life?
 September 30, 2015 at 7:10am
For the first 300 years after Jesus, early Christians were subject to martyrdom and suffering at the hands of the government, yet they remained nonviolent. Most followers of Jesus did not serve in the armies. The following are some of the key teachings of early Christians:
They understood that God was their protector, rather than the state.
The military was not considered an acceptable vocation by the early Christians.
They opposed, as idolatrous, the path of loyalty to the emperor-god which soldiers were required to take.
They were against murder of any kind whether it was in gladiator games, homicide, war, capital punishment or abortion.
Finally, In 313 A.D the Roman emperor Constantine championed Christianity. Walter Wink says of this reversal, “… the church that had stood up nonviolently to the brutal repression of the Roman Empire found itself strangely victorious … “
Sounds a little like a pacifist victory.
 September 29, 2015 at 1:21pm
September 29, 2015 at 12:50pm
Technically I didn’t quote…in rapper’s parlance, I ‘sampled’.
 September 29, 2015 at 11:57am
I like sports.
I don’t like soccer.
Therefore, soccer is not a sport.