Um, no. That's a gross distortion of what the Bible says. That's basically taking the only parts which aren't demonstrably wrong, and forgetting all the other parts like the talking snake.ANTHROPOLOGY: The Bible claims that all humans are “one blood” descended from one man and one woman
We will have to agree to disagree that you're incorrect. In 1968 the United States 90th Congress enacted what we refer to as the Flag Protection Act. The FPA was an expansion of an already existing law from 1947 that prohibited knowingly defacing, damaging or burning the U.S. Flag in D.C.. The United States Supreme Court allowed the law and made no attempt at striking down the law until over 20 years later in 1989. So to simply state as a matter of fact that the Supreme Court won't allow something to happen when it has in fact happened before with a 20 year establishment does not follow suite. There's also zero precedent of 20 years being any sort of standard for Supreme Court actions.Even if 99.99% of the US population disapproves of flag burning, the government understands the importance of free speech, and the Supreme Court will not allow prohibition of flag burning to happen.
right is absolute. Conversely, no government authority is absolute."
lawyer, law Professor and former ACLU head Nadine Strossen
This is a logical debate. Sources aren't necessary. Just common sense. It's a piece of dyed cloth, nothing more.NathanAllen said:Thought you where a debater not a statement maker. Obviously you have failed at debating. Like I said sources go a long ways. And their are many sources to link to for me. I am a member of another site for debating. @Erfisflat