• All else being equal, which would you be LEAST likely to vote for:?

    A. Protestant Christian B. Muslim C. Atheist D. Mormon E. Buddhist
    A. Protestant Christian B. Muslim C. Atheist D. Mormon E. Buddhist
    12 answers · Elections · 1 decade ago
  • Pittsburgh Neighborhoods?

    I'm considering grad school in Pittsburgh, and I'd like to get a feel for what neighborhoods the locals recommend. I have a wife and son who will be 1 yr old when we move. I'd like to spend ~160k on a home, and I'd like to keep my commute to the CMU campus down to about 30 minutes. What neighborhoods would you consider ideal for a... show more
    I'm considering grad school in Pittsburgh, and I'd like to get a feel for what neighborhoods the locals recommend. I have a wife and son who will be 1 yr old when we move. I'd like to spend ~160k on a home, and I'd like to keep my commute to the CMU campus down to about 30 minutes. What neighborhoods would you consider ideal for a young family with 160k to spend on a home?
    3 answers · Other - United States · 1 decade ago
  • Is man's interpretation of the bible infallible?

    Christians often suggest the bible is the infallible word of god. In a religious debate the other day, two of my Christian friends vehemently disagreed about their interpretations of some passages. This left me thinking: since they both cannot be right, the bible's infallibility is totally irrelevant since any particular person's... show more
    Christians often suggest the bible is the infallible word of god. In a religious debate the other day, two of my Christian friends vehemently disagreed about their interpretations of some passages. This left me thinking: since they both cannot be right, the bible's infallibility is totally irrelevant since any particular person's interpretation of it is. As Christians, do you believe that any particular interpretation of the bible infallible?
    11 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 decade ago