• Is it just me or are Middle-Eastern women really hot?

    Is it just me or are Middle-Eastern women really hot?

    Best answer: Yes. They have deep dark eyes and jet black wavy and curly hair. Also sometimes they have light skin and the contrast between their dark eyes, hair and skin is amazing.

    Is the girl you posted Kurdish? She could be a Turkish Kurd.
    Best answer: Yes. They have deep dark eyes and jet black wavy and curly hair. Also sometimes they have light skin and the contrast between their dark eyes, hair and skin is amazing.

    Is the girl you posted Kurdish? She could be a Turkish Kurd.
    21 answers · Other - Cultures & Groups · 23 hours ago
  • Why do atheists claim that science disproves the Bible when their argument rests upon the assumption of uniformitarianism?

    Atheists claim that things like radiometric decay measurements disprove the Genesis account because it shows human skeletons much older than the Biblical timeframe, dinosaurs only in layers well below mankind, etc. However, the problem is that none of this evidence disproves the Bible because the Bible explains... show more
    Atheists claim that things like radiometric decay measurements disprove the Genesis account because it shows human skeletons much older than the Biblical timeframe, dinosaurs only in layers well below mankind, etc. However, the problem is that none of this evidence disproves the Bible because the Bible explains exactly what happened during the Creation - Flood period in To quote someone who goes to my church and wrote the fantastic book "God's Glorious Story" (page 85): "Science helps us know about physical reality, but has no authority or oversight in areas of metaphysical reality." "This uniformity leads us to naturalistic assumptions about our world in which we live - we make predictable, or naturalistic suppositions about how it works every day....Science is entirely predicated on uniformity. It does not function in the absence of uniformity." Evolutionary thinking aims to test its theories retrospectively based on the presupposition that the earth's physical laws and processes have and will always operate the same way they do today. the Bible attributes the beginning and end of the world to cataclysmic, non-uniform perturbations as a divine act of God. The Biblical support for this catastrophic paradigm is described in 2 Peter. He says they are mistaken when they assume events have always transpired as they are, and will continue in this manner indefinitely. 2 Peter 3:2-4 refers to uniformitarianism, which the Bible disproves.
    27 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 hours ago
  • Black is beautiful?

    31 answers · Other - Cultures & Groups · 1 day ago
  • IS GOD MAD some NATIONS are way AHEAD of Others?

    Best answer: BS!!!! He is the one dishing out KARMA!!!! You get what you deserve.
    Best answer: BS!!!! He is the one dishing out KARMA!!!! You get what you deserve.
    28 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 day ago
  • Yesterday I got real drunk to the point I was puking and I feel really embarrassed do I say sorry to everyone?

    Best answer: I said sorry to my friends the last time I got drunk. I was touching their butts. I get too handsy when I drink lol.
    Best answer: I said sorry to my friends the last time I got drunk. I was touching their butts. I get too handsy when I drink lol.
    11 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 22 hours ago
  • Do we live in a society that does not recognize Evil ?

    Best answer: We live in a society that recognizes good as evil, and evil as good
    Best answer: We live in a society that recognizes good as evil, and evil as good
    17 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 hours ago
  • Does hell really exist?

    28 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 5 hours ago
  • Do you feel lonely ever?

    Best answer: Occasionally yes, but there's a real difference between feeling lonely sometimes and being alone. I've noticed that many people are completely alone in life but they'll do *anything* to keep themselves busy 24/7 (social media, spending huge amounts of money on travel, maintaining superficial... show more
    Best answer: Occasionally yes, but there's a real difference between feeling lonely sometimes and being alone.

    I've noticed that many people are completely alone in life but they'll do *anything* to keep themselves busy 24/7 (social media, spending huge amounts of money on travel, maintaining superficial friendships and having one-night stands). But, people who are braver aren't afraid to spend time on their own, they tend to be more self-reliant and independent, have meaningful relationships with any people around them and so are more likely to get help and/or genuine care from other people.

    Try doing things that get you in touch with nature - I love going for walks, gardening and even volunteering. Sometimes we forget that there are those less fortunate than ourselves :)

    So to sum it up - don't worry, I'm sure you're just going through a bit of a dry spell and it'll pass by quick smart!
    314 answers · Other - Society & Culture · 5 days ago
  • Could Noah's tale be true?

    "How would koala bears from Australia, llamas from South America and penguins from Antarctica have managed the trip to the ark's location in the Middle East?" Feder writes. "And how would their human caretakers have looked after this vast menagerie of animals? Noah, his wife, and his three sons... show more
    "How would koala bears from Australia, llamas from South America and penguins from Antarctica have managed the trip to the ark's location in the Middle East?" Feder writes. "And how would their human caretakers have looked after this vast menagerie of animals? Noah, his wife, and his three sons and their wives (that's only eight people) providing food and water to the animals would have been an impossible task. What (or who) would the carnivores, living in close quarters with all those delicious herbivores, have eaten?" Another problem with the Ark story arises becausethere is no evidence for a global flood. Creation stories from many different religions and cultures include flood stories, and Feder notes that if a worldwide flood had occurred, "The archaeological record of 5,000 years ago would be replete with Pompeii-style ruins — the remains of thousands of towns, villages and cities, all wiped out by flood waters, simultaneously. ... It would appear that the near annihilation of the human race, if it happened, left no imprint on the archaeological record anywhere."
    29 answers · Mythology & Folklore · 23 hours ago
  • Why do many Christians not understand the concept of evidence?

    I understand that they follow their belief by faith. Faith is nothing more than a sensation you feel. For example, Mormons say to pray to God and ask if the Mormon faith is true. If it is, then you'll feel a burning sensation in your bosom. They psychologically prime you to feel that sensation since you're... show more
    I understand that they follow their belief by faith. Faith is nothing more than a sensation you feel. For example, Mormons say to pray to God and ask if the Mormon faith is true. If it is, then you'll feel a burning sensation in your bosom. They psychologically prime you to feel that sensation since you're expecting it to happen.
    56 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 days ago