Your question is idiotic and I've already addressed it.<quoted text>
Who said I am working on the street anyhow. Oh yeah - you are trying too. More diversion and double-talk Dan?
Do you ever give a straight answer to others? It appears you do have a problem with this.
Hone your honesty more - it will get better.
Still trying to advert from answering my question.
I understand - it requires truthfulness and honesty in order to say it, and it appears you have failed at just that.
No - I am a human living in ABQ posting on a public forum.
"kettles" are usually metallic or plastic. I am neither.
When you want to use a euphamism, please make sure you are using it correctly.
The ignorance of Christianity.
Man-o-man Dan, you really need to talk with hojo, he'll set you straight.
Scripture did not come with a divinely inspired table of contents. No one sent a divine message down saying "this text is good-ditch the other one on the right side of the bookcase".
Thus, the issue is interpretation and the authority of the interpreter.
You believe yourself to be authoritative in deciding what is divinely inspired text, and (I believe also-correct me if I'm wrong) that you are likewise able to interpret said divinely inspired text as to what it's meaning is.
I believe that the Church does this.