• Why do atheists always say: "oh-my-god" when something bad is about to happen?

    Best answer: Isn't it like any other derogatory words people of all religions use either when surprised or angry? This question is far from stupid. Whether things are going good or bad, our Creator's name is used. Never do we hear "Damn Satan!" Never do we hear "Satan damn it!" Satan has worked... show more
    Best answer: Isn't it like any other derogatory words people of all religions use either when surprised or angry? This question is far from stupid. Whether things are going good or bad, our Creator's name is used. Never do we hear "Damn Satan!" Never do we hear "Satan damn it!" Satan has worked very hard at turning people away from God and blaming God for every bad thing that happens in their lives. Satan told the very first lie and lies permeate the world today. Who is Satan? Satan is the spirit creature who is the chief adversary of Jehovah God and of all who worship the true God. (Yes, just as the Devil has a name, humans have names, plants have names, animals, birds and fish have names so too, God has a name.) The name Satan was given to him because of his becoming a resister of Jehovah. Satan is also known as the Devil, because he is the foremost slanderer of God. Satan is described as the original serpent, evidently because of his using a serpent in Eden to deceive Eve, and for this reason "serpent" cam to signify "deceiver." In the book of Revelation, the symbolism of a devouring dragon is also applied to Satan. There are many more subjects that the Bible teaches us about. I invite you to learn about a few of them. Go to the international website, jw.org and Bible Teachings > Bible Questions Answered. Watch videos such as: Does God have a Name? (Ps.83:18) What is God's Kingdom? (Daniel 2:44) Why did God Create the Earth? (Genesis 1:26-30 and Psalms 115:16) Why did Jesus Die? (Matthew 20:28 and John 3:16) and Why Study the Bible? (Isaiah 48:17+18 and 2 Timothy 3:16+17) If you believe what you learned, you can request your free personal Bible study online or from the next witness who knocks on your door or by visiting your neighborhood Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. There is never a collection taken and all are welcome. Thank you for this question.
    31 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is turning 40 a death sentence?

    Best answer: Being born is a death sentence.

    Don't despair: as we age mortality becomes more a promise than a threat. We don't have to do this forever. (...and retirement is better than I thought it would be,)
    Best answer: Being born is a death sentence.

    Don't despair: as we age mortality becomes more a promise than a threat. We don't have to do this forever. (...and retirement is better than I thought it would be,)
    29 answers · 2 days ago
  • Which sentence is correct ?

    1 or 2 and why is it correct. 1.The fox ate berries, apples, and pears. 2.The fox ate berries, apples and pears.
    1 or 2 and why is it correct. 1.The fox ate berries, apples, and pears. 2.The fox ate berries, apples and pears.
    17 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is this grammatically correct?

    Best answer: It is weird. Christopher's homecoming party would be so much better.
    Best answer: It is weird. Christopher's homecoming party would be so much better.
    8 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Are you supposed to use -or or -our?

    Armor or armour Color or colour Favorite or favourite
    Armor or armour Color or colour Favorite or favourite
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • What is "Nana" in the text below?

    Best answer: Nana is a common affectionate name for a grandmother.
    Best answer: Nana is a common affectionate name for a grandmother.
    7 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Should I use a semicolon or comma in this sentence?

    Identity theft not only can be helpful to the thieves, it can also be harmful to you.
    Identity theft not only can be helpful to the thieves, it can also be harmful to you.
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it grammatically correct?

    She said that he always played football.
    She said that he always played football.
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • What does it mean when a guy says "I respect and admire everything that you are"?

    Best answer: it means - he is ok with everything that woman is doing. or living life stlye
    but this does not answer you question for sure.

    so there are two sides of this coin what you asked.
    Best answer: it means - he is ok with everything that woman is doing. or living life stlye
    but this does not answer you question for sure.

    so there are two sides of this coin what you asked.
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is this sentence correct?

    Best answer: Not technically, because an education isn't providing the equity. You could say that The main objective of a public education is to provide the tools needy people can use to gain equity. ... or the path to.... The word provide conflicts with equity, one of them needs to change to be correct. bluebellbkk's... show more
    Best answer: Not technically, because an education isn't providing the equity. You could say that The main objective of a public education is to provide the tools needy people can use to gain equity.
    ... or the path to....
    The word provide conflicts with equity, one of them needs to change to be correct. bluebellbkk's suggestion solves this too by making it an opportunity, rather than just granting of equality because they are educated.
    6 answers · 11 hours ago
  • What is the difference between pie and cake?

    Best answer: Pie has a crust and a filling. Usually a baked pastry crust but not always. Poured pudding pies often have a crust made of crushed graham crackers. Cake is made from a batter and can have a filling in the center or between layers. Pie is sometimes a misnomer. The Boston cream pie is actually a cake. The name... show more
    Best answer: Pie has a crust and a filling. Usually a baked pastry crust but not always. Poured pudding pies often have a crust made of crushed graham crackers. Cake is made from a batter and can have a filling in the center or between layers.

    Pie is sometimes a misnomer. The Boston cream pie is actually a cake. The name comes from the time cakes and pies were baked in the same pan and the words were used interchangeably.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Past tense of shot?

    Shot as in the shots doctors give to people. Is there a singular word past tense to it?
    Shot as in the shots doctors give to people. Is there a singular word past tense to it?
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • What could ''just in'' mean?

    5 answers · 13 hours ago
  • "categorized" or "categorize" in this sentence?

    Dogs would be best categorized as mammals. OR Dogs would best categorize as mammals.
    Dogs would be best categorized as mammals. OR Dogs would best categorize as mammals.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • What is the opposite of compelling?

    Best answer: uncompelling

    inconclusive, indecisive, ineffective, unconvincing, unpersuasive
    Best answer: uncompelling

    inconclusive, indecisive, ineffective, unconvincing, unpersuasive
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is the sentence right grammatically?

    Best answer: Winter is always so damp. So is (the) summer actually.
    Best answer: Winter is always so damp. So is (the) summer actually.
    4 answers · 2 hours ago