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#14 - I'm surprised no one has a gif of Stephen Colbert saying "… 4 hours ago on Colorado 0
#16 - I know, I quoted him. But the fact that he's right means that …  [+] (2 new replies) 18 hours ago on Burn +1
User avatar #18 - lordgeneral (17 hours ago) [-]
"until all things have taken place" refers to the end of days, as the actual hebrew translation reads.
Jesus states here and now that he isn't here to say that laws are no longer valid, just to clarify the more abstract ones like working on the sabbath
User avatar #85 - skypatrol (6 hours ago) [-]
No, that does not reference the end of days. its just a reference to fulfilling the prophecies.
ive grown up in many different churches and studied this is english and hebrew...
the whole point of the old testament now is to give a history, and a reference. while the new testament is the law, and the new prophecies
#4 - And they have taken place, therefore it's void.  [+] (4 new replies) 22 hours ago on Burn +10
User avatar #15 - lordgeneral (18 hours ago) [-]
alcantara was right though.
User avatar #16 - thebballin (18 hours ago) [-]
I know, I quoted him. But the fact that he's right means that I'm right as well.
User avatar #18 - lordgeneral (17 hours ago) [-]
"until all things have taken place" refers to the end of days, as the actual hebrew translation reads.
Jesus states here and now that he isn't here to say that laws are no longer valid, just to clarify the more abstract ones like working on the sabbath
User avatar #85 - skypatrol (6 hours ago) [-]
No, that does not reference the end of days. its just a reference to fulfilling the prophecies.
ive grown up in many different churches and studied this is english and hebrew...
the whole point of the old testament now is to give a history, and a reference. while the new testament is the law, and the new prophecies
#2 - It's an anime gif of 007. Just another thing Anime watchers ha… 07/28/2014 on Weable-O-seven 0
#31 - Wait that's the man fish right? Sorry but I don't remember it …  [+] (1 new reply) 07/17/2014 on Luffy Logic 0
User avatar #46 - ragetitan (07/17/2014) [-]
That's not from the series it's from a movie
#2746 - **thebballin rolled image ** 07/10/2014 on fj prison 0
#81 - It really did, I think One piece is worse in the category of &… 07/09/2014 on Shounen Storylines +3
#89 - Yeah thats true. That being said lets just hope your opinion i…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/08/2014 on something is backwards. 0
#90 - shadowgandalf (07/08/2014) [-]
The idea was not if you could have sex or not, it was to prevent people who cannot take care of their children, to actually get children.

#87 - But having said leadership dictate when you can and can't repr…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/08/2014 on something is backwards. 0
#88 - shadowgandalf (07/08/2014) [-]
1. I've never voted people down for their opinions on abortion. II've voted people down for presenting bad arguments for their opinions.

2. You live in a democracy. You have some ground rules(the constitution) that people have to obey, which needs ALOT of votes to change. Everything else is a dictatorship of the majority. This means, that if the majority decides a law on reproductions, and ot doesn't conflict with the constitution, then you have to obey it, or move to another country.





User avatar #89 - thebballin (07/08/2014) [-]
Yeah thats true. That being said lets just hope your opinion is in the minority of Americans. The day that the government says when I can and can't have sex with my wife is a sad day.
#90 - shadowgandalf (07/08/2014) [-]
The idea was not if you could have sex or not, it was to prevent people who cannot take care of their children, to actually get children.

#16 - So you want the government to govern MORE of your life? Why th…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/08/2014 on something is backwards. -5
#71 - nanako (07/08/2014) [-]
no, just more of their lives. i have no intent of ever having kids, but i sure do wish there was less of them around. and less dumb entitled parents.
#46 - shadowgandalf (07/08/2014) [-]
A goverment is essential to any society. If it dosn't actually govern it's people, then the society breaks apart.

TL;DR: No goverment, no 'Murica.
#70 - anonymous (07/08/2014) [-]
Saying that it is essential is a bit of a misnomer. There is probably a better system that just hasn't been invented yet.
#80 - shadowgandalf (07/08/2014) [-]
No, a goverment is just a form of leadership. Any society needs a leadership to function, simply because of how many people need to work together to sustain said society.

If we did not have a leadership, then we couldn't function as a whole society, and would start breaking down in tribes, where a leadership is not needed.
User avatar #87 - thebballin (07/08/2014) [-]
But having said leadership dictate when you can and can't reproduce is pretty dangerous. Have you ever read the giver? I mean you guys are such hypocrites. As soon as I say Abortion is wrong and shouldn't be a womans choice you guys thumb me down into oblivion, but then you go and say it's okay for the government to say when we can and can't have children? Ever heard of government mandated abortions?
#88 - shadowgandalf (07/08/2014) [-]
1. I've never voted people down for their opinions on abortion. II've voted people down for presenting bad arguments for their opinions.

2. You live in a democracy. You have some ground rules(the constitution) that people have to obey, which needs ALOT of votes to change. Everything else is a dictatorship of the majority. This means, that if the majority decides a law on reproductions, and ot doesn't conflict with the constitution, then you have to obey it, or move to another country.





User avatar #89 - thebballin (07/08/2014) [-]
Yeah thats true. That being said lets just hope your opinion is in the minority of Americans. The day that the government says when I can and can't have sex with my wife is a sad day.
#90 - shadowgandalf (07/08/2014) [-]
The idea was not if you could have sex or not, it was to prevent people who cannot take care of their children, to actually get children.

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User avatar #1 - typeonegative (05/03/2014) [-]
well it is true. At the end of Amazing Spider-Man 2 Gwen was falling when spiddy tried to save her with his webs, but when he caught her it ended up breaking her back and then she hit her head in the ground.
User avatar #2 to #1 - thebballin (05/03/2014) [-]
I thumbed you down from all the blatant spoilers you were leaving. Theres a reason theres a spoiler button.
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