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Robin - You are obviously not a rancher. All herds must be thinned from time to time to insure a good food supply. Why would you want children to be born into a world with the chance that they might starve to death?
Most of the global food issues are also deception. think of it this way
1/2 the world are seriously overweight and the other 1/2 is starving yet we are supposed to believe this is due to some sort of food shortage?
Robin - The Earth has a finite amount of resources and can only supply a certain amount of humans. While that number has not been reached yet, the population is growing at a rate that is unsustainable in the future. 7 Billion today, 20 Billion soon.
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This is illogical. You cannot force others to look after wayward children simply because you think most humans do not deserve a future (that's what YOUR children are...your future)
You're right! I cannot force people to look after others. That's why it's issued as a challenge! (Much like your reading and writng ability)
insults are all you got then you are not worth speaking to
There are lots of adoptions going on, at least in the US. A few shows are 19 kids and counting and some others.
Robin Olsen the word "wayward" means (difficult to control or predict because of unusual or perverse behavior). Why do you assume every child available for adoption is "wayward"? Circumstances vary around each child's birth beyond their control.
Dashing - apparently Robin assumes a lot of things. Why do people assume that a challenge is the same thing as an insult or a command?
Nineteen Kids and Counting -- I met the Duggers when Jim Bob was a state representative, and despite the fact that their children are the most well-behaved kids I've met in a long time, I don't understand their attitude. Nor do I agree with it.
MzB, I only used that example to prove my point that people do adopt. That was the only thing that my mind could think of at the moment.
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Rod Martin Jr says
Read a lot of conspiracy theories, do you? Simple math will tell you exactly how many humans this planet can support. When we exceed that number, the excess will die. That's it in a nutshell.
Most overpupulated areas are the bigger cities. Ride around the country and u will see vast amounts of untouched land. The water covers about 2/3 of the earth.Take that away and you get your numbers. Evrything chnges ovr time.
Ok, just postulate that the Earth's arable land will support 20 Billion people. That figure will double to 40 Billion in just a few short years. Then 80 Billion, then 160 Billion. Do u see where I'm going with this?
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Ezactly! Only cities are overpopulated and that is the propganda/lies as it pertains to the whole world. I read all the articles about Foof in the NatGeo and most food is for fuel and livestock, not human consumption.
You are right! We're (all) sinners!
Ecclesiastes 7:20 KJV
"For there is not a just man upon earth, that doeth good, and sinneth not."
And I can show you a veres that says that Jesus di not come here for the people that are strong and didn't need him.
"Every Saint has a past and every Sinner has a future!" :)
We are all people, who are connected in some way to each other and the earth itself. When you put a God before you then you take the responsibility from you and put it outside of urself. We are responsible for our thoughts, our deeds and emotions
You are so right about putting responsibility on God and not on ourselves. I do not believe in sin. I believe we are here for the human experience, which includes loving our fellow man. Sex, drinking and dancing are in the eye of the beholder.
MzB I do not believe in the sin either. All life is is consequences of our thoughts and actions and they can be good and can alos be bad, depending on the type of emotion put behind the thought and action. Ppl don't know about Sin, the Egyptian GOD
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Make Money says
Well the first half of your comment was ok, but the 2nd half I throw out because it is just prejudice and UR indoctrination. BTW I didn't know that you were still around.
Contrary to some Hubbers around here, I do like opposing thoughts or just comments from the peanut gallery lol. You are fine. I am looking for people to open their minds to what others think.
I'm glad to hear that. I just get frustrated when I see so many people attacking religion like it's some sort of enemy. I know some religions are extremely strict but some are very welcoming and understanding to everyone. I wish more knew that.
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