- - Robert A. Heinlein
Last edited by jimsplace; 01-03-2018 at 11:41 AM.
The minute you brought that keyboard home and reached in and took it out of the box it was infected with stupidity.
Do you think it unreasonable that one might seek guidance from a higher power? Or an internal voice of conscience?
What if she said she needs to ask her friends and family? Do you trust their opinions more than her own faith, regardless of what it might be?
Ronald Reagan said that he took guidance from the little man on his shoulder...I've always thought it was a reference to his moral compass but who knows?
My point is that "asking God" can mean a lot of different things to a lot of different people.
Focusing on that statement and pigeonholing it in terms of your narrow interpretation, and dismissing credibility and everything beyond that seems extremely short sighted, and unfortunate.
God might have been a typo.....
Posted from my Etch A Sketch
"We" are those of "us" who "believe" (Tommy included)......not imaginary by any stretch of the measure....matter of fact, according to Gallup...89% of Americans believe in God. Leaves you in the minority doesn't it?
Who is George Moore? Are you referencing the 20th century novelist? I had no idea he was a child molester and how do you conclude that I support him?
FWIW...Only God knows what is in my heart of hearts......