I’ve checked out a copy of “Looper” which I intend to watch as soon as my dear wife comes downstairs from putting baby to sleep. (It’s not misogynist…the kid won’t sleep for anybody else). I may switch over to watch the dang ball drop at midnight. I may not. Regardless, I’mma enjoy a glass of [...]
John H wrote: Or you could take a Calvinist approach to new year’s resolutions… I think somebody is confusing Calvinist and Wesleyan theology… ;D
Andy pretty much says what I would have said in response to the points John H. raised. Only, better than I would have. *Drink raised.*
So, let’s assume that there are a subset of features on a gun that make it more practical for eliminating human life as opposed to hunting. Playing devil’s advocate (as a man who has never held or fired a loaded weapon), is there no case where it might make sense to have a gun designed [...]
Sin kills us all. Jesus saves. Believe.
If you don’t believe in infant baptism, you don’t believe the Gospel. Infant Baptism is when you’re changing Junior’s diaper and he decides to demonstrate for you that his fountain is in proper working order, right?
Ryan wrote: Satanic, socialistic cartoons still exist. One is called Wonder Pets! and features a duck with a speech disorder that is caused by demon possession. That sounds sewious.
Hahaha, leave it to a cartoons discussion to pull me out of my shell. “Totoro” is pure magic, but “Ponyo” is even better, in my opinion. I love pretty much everything Miyazaki puts out (though “Kiki” is the weakest, for me), though we don’t let the kids watch a lot of it (wifey has even [...]
Alastair Roberts has spilled quite a few words on the topic. My take is that he argues for ordination to be reserved for men, but more roles to be open to women than ‘traditional’ complementarians would typically permit. Worth a look. (Honestly, I have no idea how the man finds time to write so much. [...]
Apologies in advance, but I can’t be the only one to watch this and giggle.