Trending T-shirt Online

If I ever were to lose you I’d surely lose myself shirt, tank top, hoodie

If I ever were to lose you I'd surely lose myself Hoodie

Buy it now: If I ever were to lose you I’d surely lose myself shirt, tank top, hoodie

Visit more product at: Twitter

Home page: Tagotee Store


Emily Vogel No, AD is for anno domini, that’s Latin and means “in the year of the Lord”. Of course, we do not know when exactly Jesus was born, but anyway, that’s what people decided and if it’s true or not, that’s what our counting of years is based on. Atheists do more preaching than all Ministers combined. Their self righteous duds hiding their own insecurities. Probably socialist democrats or democratic socialists – whatever the flavor of the day calls themselves. Jesus was never born… It’s physically impossible for a woman to become pregnant without sex.. Without a logical explanation at least. She can’t just become pregnant… No man or woman can turn water into wine out of nowhere.. And no one is magic and can come back from the dead after being dead for three days and locked in a cave covered he would have ran out of oxygen after awhile and died because of that then if he did somehow survive how would he even get out. I know very well they are a product of intelligence and genetic inheritance that was altered and filtered throughout time and through the environment aka evolution, but I have nothing against your beliefs as long as no animal (human included) is harmed with those beliefs. Either way, you are right, they are very clever little beings, just like any other animal.  Well, you don’t have to tell me that. I already said that I’m an atheist and I don’t believe in Jesus being the son of God and all that stuff you mention. Some historians believe that there was a man on whom the biblical Jesus is based, but of course he was born from two human beings (like I already said) and of course he did not do any of that magical stuff. I really don’t know why you are telling me this, I never said I believed that. Quite the contrary. But (!) that still doesn’t change the fact that the birth of Jesus – even if it never happened – is why we count years the way we do.