Posted by SirenSting
Haha. I barely read about the "quantum force" being created and it's already 8 pages long!
How is everyone's Monday, going?
Yay to Mondays
Posted by tiziani
I've figured out Lady Scorpio's Pluto placement as well. One step closer
Posted by everevolvingepithet
Nah, talk to the parents lol.
Posted by Libra911
Tired tired tired, hate mondays!
*making grumpy cat face*
Posted by libra08Posted by Jahlia
Right. I'll remember that, I'm just having trouble in seeing his reasons. But whatever, nothing I can do about that.
@Mixtape I know. I'm overreacting about this.
@Loveseeker No. I have a friend that I was interested in.
dont worry baby 5 years from now that chump will realize his mistake when he sees you all grown up and hotclick to expand
Posted by xdimplez
thanks for the article jahlia!
just saw this too...i liked it
Posted by xygeneration
I wonder if there is more than 2 choices... it can't just be light and dark.
Posted by sharkareteethmachines
To Mr. Child Einstein, I would ask:
Am I evil if I do not love a stranger on the street?
Am I evil is I hate a person who wishes to harm myself or my family?
The professor stated that God is evil, because he created evil.
Einstein (in this, perhaps progopang-ish clip) argued that God is not evil because he did NOT create evil. Evil happened as a natural consequence of God's love not being present.
The problem with this seemingly intelligent response is that it is in reality a smarmy red herring.
If God created "God's love" then he STILL created evil as a consequence of him creating good. Humans invented many amazing things that helped accelerate global warming. Perhaps, the only goals were industry and human advancement, but aren't we still responsible for what followed? Everyone, including God IS responsible for the consequences of their actions, whether intentional or not, right? Whether directly or indirectly, right?
More deconstruction. If God's love is the only thing separating good from evil, then in order for God to be completely good, he would have to always have love. Because if someone doesn't have God's love in their hearts (including God), then they have evil their hearts. That's what is being posited by Einstein.
So does God always have love in his heart? Clearly not. Anyone who says otherwise needs to read the bible, again. God is NOT a hippie. Proverbs 6:16-19 explicitly states that the God DOES in fact hate certain things.
If God has hate, which is NOT love, then God has evil in him too, right?
Therefore, the professor's original point that God has evil in him still stands. Nice try, Einstein.
Posted by tiziani
I try and hold it down guys, but honestly I'm quite the chef and pretty sex when it comes to the kitchen. It's painful being this good sometimes. The steak to end all steaks. Your favourite steak's favourite steak - I can do that for you.