Joy of being

you talk about white people like you are black then you criticize a white person saying he is acting like a black person? haha you phony (and im a black guy) from breezyashell

towongfoo:

h0odrich:

LMAOOOOO YOU FAKE ASS BITCH IM DYIIING YOU THOUGHT YOU HIT ANON 

LMMMMMMMMMMMMAAAAAAAAAAAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO IM CRYING WOW THE MYTH IS TRUE

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Loool!!


triclome:

thinksquad:

More Americans are doubting the infallibility of the Bible, treating it as a guidebook rather than the actual words of God, according to a survey released Wednesday.
The State of the Bible survey, conducted by the Barna Group and the American Bible Society, shows that 19 percent of American adults are “skeptical” about the Bible and 19 percent are “engaged” with the book. It’s the first time in the four years of the survey that the two groups are tied, with skeptics growing by 10 percentage points since 2011. The shift is attributed in large part to the growing doubts of the millennial generation and Generation X.
“I think young people have always questioned their parents, questioned the church,” said Roy Peterson, president of the American Bible Society. “In our experience, they may not necessarily be coming back like previous generations. Young people might have said, ‘God’s word is written by God, and it’s an important book.’ Today the skeptics are saying, ‘It’s just like any other piece of literature, and it’s no different from that.’”
Millennials, generally described as those born since 1980, are less likely to own, read and respect the Bible. Survey conductors predicted this trend would continue through the next five years.
 Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/apr/9/younger-generations-lead-move-as-americans-lose-fa/#.U0aRTD5fLb8.reddit#ixzz2yW3piitM

well thats actually good because they’re using SOMETHING as a guidebook apparently.
triclome:

thinksquad:

More Americans are doubting the infallibility of the Bible, treating it as a guidebook rather than the actual words of God, according to a survey released Wednesday.
The State of the Bible survey, conducted by the Barna Group and the American Bible Society, shows that 19 percent of American adults are “skeptical” about the Bible and 19 percent are “engaged” with the book. It’s the first time in the four years of the survey that the two groups are tied, with skeptics growing by 10 percentage points since 2011. The shift is attributed in large part to the growing doubts of the millennial generation and Generation X.
“I think young people have always questioned their parents, questioned the church,” said Roy Peterson, president of the American Bible Society. “In our experience, they may not necessarily be coming back like previous generations. Young people might have said, ‘God’s word is written by God, and it’s an important book.’ Today the skeptics are saying, ‘It’s just like any other piece of literature, and it’s no different from that.’”
Millennials, generally described as those born since 1980, are less likely to own, read and respect the Bible. Survey conductors predicted this trend would continue through the next five years.
 Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/apr/9/younger-generations-lead-move-as-americans-lose-fa/#.U0aRTD5fLb8.reddit#ixzz2yW3piitM

well thats actually good because they’re using SOMETHING as a guidebook apparently.

triclome:

thinksquad:

More Americans are doubting the infallibility of the Bible, treating it as a guidebook rather than the actual words of God, according to a survey released Wednesday.

The State of the Bible survey, conducted by the Barna Group and the American Bible Society, shows that 19 percent of American adults are “skeptical” about the Bible and 19 percent are “engaged” with the book.
It’s the first time in the four years of the survey that the two groups are tied, with skeptics growing by 10 percentage points since 2011. The shift is attributed in large part to the growing doubts of the millennial generation and Generation X.

“I think young people have always questioned their parents, questioned the church,” said Roy Peterson, president of the American Bible Society. “In our experience, they may not necessarily be coming back like previous generations. Young people might have said, ‘God’s word is written by God, and it’s an important book.’ Today the skeptics are saying, ‘It’s just like any other piece of literature, and it’s no different from that.’”

Millennials, generally described as those born since 1980, are less likely to own, read and respect the Bible. Survey conductors predicted this trend would continue through the next five years.


Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/apr/9/younger-generations-lead-move-as-americans-lose-fa/#.U0aRTD5fLb8.reddit#ixzz2yW3piitM

well thats actually good because they’re using SOMETHING as a guidebook apparently.