“But there was a catch”.
I wish this story had a happy ending. Soon.
The consequences of not separating church and state.
Claim the protection of Minerva, the patron goddess of magic.
Oh, what a cute little rat…Looks like he’s got an attitude, but still cute,,,
How can I pretend to post something I haven’t posted yet?
How kind and tolerant your response is.
Thanks, Just4Kixx, You’re must quicker than me this a.m. I’m still on my first cup of coffee and didn’t catch it before your reply.
Homer’s ordeal continues in heaven. If we believe what our parents believed, have we evolved?
Will the crucifixion be in time for Easter?
and did I ask for THAT!
Bravo, well said.
I’m becoming bored with Homer. Can we please move on?
I am progressive enough to be for gay civil marriage. A civil marriage is not recognized by the church, which is fine. But, it is an alternative lifestyle. If between said gay partners, one has a child, I think that child should be with them. But, I am against them adopting children. Their lifestyle is still not the norm and we should not allow adoptions of unrelated children to them. I am not saying that I am afraid of sexual abuse, I am saying that showing that lifestyle as normal and correct is not in the child’s favor.
All these comments are why I ignore organized religion. I try sticking to the first Golden Rule, so far, so good.
The lightning rod is proof that Churches accept the logic that Science can protect the building where God cannot. (Puts on Nomex underpants, ducks and runs from the less-amused bigots.)
There’s a standing ovation for you at my house. Thank you for your eloquence, sir or madame.
Mr. Miller – I enjoy your story, sir. It reminds me of story time at the library when I was a kid (40+ years ago). It was on Wednesdays, and was about half an hour in length. Many stories were “continued next week”. We kids all looked forward to the next time. Thanks.
A propos of nothing that has come before, there’s a winter storm named “Wiley” that has moved across the northern US and will hit Philadelphia, etc. (Looks as if it’ll miss Maine!) Wonder whether it’s named after our own beloved Wiley?
Tell him what he wants to hear even if it is a fib.
I learned a simple fact a long time ago….that is this: As long as there are pop quizzes in school, there will be prayer in school.