Italian police say they have arrested 15 Muslim migrants after they allegedly threw 12 Christians overboard following a row on a boat heading to Italy.
The Christian migrants, said to be from Ghana and Nigeria, are all feared dead.
Were you aware that many of today’s top Adult actors attribute their success to their faith in God? No nudity in the video, but many have christian quotes! See for yourself…
The error in this image is the chimpanzee-looking ancestor is claimed to still exist (“there are millions of these”), while the intermediary ancestors (“so where are the millions of these”) all went extinct. The fact is, the chimpanzee-looking ancestor in the above image went extinct too.
This is a better and more accurate diagram of what is going on…
Chimpanzees, gorillas, baboons, gibbons, orangutans, and humans are the branches from the earlier chimpanzee-looking ancestors that do still exist.
Homo neanderthalensis, Homo rhodesiensis, Homo erectus, Homo antecessor/mauritanicus, and Homo ergaster, and others not named in the above diagram, all went extinct.
Unfortunately, it is looking like gorillas are the next species becoming extinct, mainly due to human encroachment on their habitats.
Learn more about evolution here:
So on which “day of creation” were all of THESE hominid species created? (and these are not all of them) :-D
by Kimberley Johnson
Brittany Cartrett had a miscarriage when she was approximately six weeks pregnant. Her doctor prescribed Misoprostol, a medication that induces abortion.
“So we made the decision to not do a D&C and to get a medicine. So he said I’m going to give you this medicine, you’ll take it, and it will help you to pass naturally so that you don’t have to go the more invasive route.” – Cartrett told WGXA
When the doctor’s office called the Georgia Walmart to fill the prescription, they were told no and were not given a reason.
Cartrett added, “So we found another place to fill it but I still had to go up there to get another prescription. So when I went up there, she asked if I had any questions about this prescription I said no, I don’t, but I do have a question about the other one. And she looks at my name and she says oh, well . . . I couldn’t think of a valid reason why you would need this prescription.”
By Christopher Hooton
It often seems as though religion is bigger than ever, being at the root of so many of the world’s conflicts, but philosopher and author of Against All Gods, Anthony Grayling thinks this is paradoxically a sign that it is in its ‘death throes’.
Discussing the apparent growth of both atheism and religion in an old episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast, still poignant today, he said:
“I don’t think myself that we’re seeing a resurgence of religion, I think we’re seeing a turning up of the volume mightily by the religious, which is something different.
“It may very well be a symptom of the fact that religion feels so under pressure that it’s doing what it did back in the 16th century at the time of the Reformation when Catholicism, which had been the single dominent outlook, became very vigorous in its demise. These were death throes that caused those awful wars in the 16th and 17th centuries because they were losing their power and struggling to keep it.”