What are thoughts of Universal Basic Income

Jul 2018
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You brought up the commandments Not me, I only corrected your error.
The only error is that you are clueless about this particular issue. It is the easiest thing to understand about the biblical fairy tale. Some people just don't want to learn the truth.
 
Sep 2018
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You can read the biblical fairy tale for yourself starting in Exodus chapter 19 through Exodus chapter 34. Get a pen and some blank paper and make note in your own words about what you've read every few verses. You will see that the verses in Exodus chapter 20 that are called the Ten Commandments were verbal and never written on the stone tablets. You will also discover that you will get toExodus 31:18 before you get to the stone tablets. And you will find out that the actual ten Commandments are in Exodus 34:11-28. They are written on the stone tablets and they are called the Ten Commandments.
If you don't want to read then watch some videos that explain it =


Are you in favor of an universal basic income? Would it benefit any of your extended family members or your neighbors? The Paul character who started Christianity didn't believe in it. He said that families should take care of their own and that young widows should get married so that their new husbands could provide for them. He was a cheapskate.
no it would not but it would benefit the poor you remember the poor?
 
Sep 2018
6,740
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cleveland ohio
You can read the biblical fairy tale for yourself starting in Exodus chapter 19 through Exodus chapter 34. Get a pen and some blank paper and make note in your own words about what you've read every few verses. You will see that the verses in Exodus chapter 20 that are called the Ten Commandments were verbal and never written on the stone tablets. You will also discover that you will get toExodus 31:18 before you get to the stone tablets. And you will find out that the actual ten Commandments are in Exodus 34:11-28. They are written on the stone tablets and they are called the Ten Commandments.
If you don't want to read then watch some videos that explain it =


Are you in favor of an universal basic income? Would it benefit any of your extended family members or your neighbors? The Paul character who started Christianity didn't believe in it. He said that families should take care of their own and that young widows should get married so that their new husbands could provide for them. He was a cheapskate.
these videos are quite interesting thank you