MLA Citation Bible Verse - Valencia College
Singing a song, citing a Bible verse
The "ick" factor associated with has a long history. Citing a Bible verse, Pope Gregory I said in the sixth century that sacred law forbad a man “to uncover the nakedness of his near kin” and that such unions were infertile.
Singing a song, citing a Bible verse.
In response, if a pro-life atheist like me can be forgiven for uncharacteristically citing a Bible verse, I can’t help but be reminded of Isaiah 5:20 (New King James Version):
Reality TV star Khloe Kardashian is clearly sick of haters who write negative comments on her social media pages.The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star took to Facebook on Tuesday to shut them down with a single Bible verse, reports a news media."The greatest part about miserable peps is that they post all of this BS on your page. They attack with words behind their private pages," the 31-year-old wrote on Facebook.Prior to making the post, Khloe happened to take a look at the haters' social media profiles.She was surprised to learn that they considered themselves religious people, yet spread hate."So I click on their pages and their bios say believer in God Put God first' etc. but how is judging and spreading hate being a child of God? Being a child of the Lord means spreading love and uplifting one another," she continued."Why don't you drink your own kool-aid and uplift yourself. Stop spending ur energy hating on others. It's only destroying ur own soul," Khloe added, before citing a Bible verse which read: "'Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone' John 8:7."However, it's unclear which specific comments triggered her to make the post.Before the said post, Khloe uploaded a selfie to her Facebook page. It showed her showing her backside to the mirror."Shameless bathroom gym selfie," read the caption.Kent State Professor Julio Pino is hoping the hot water he is in might turn tepid. But we cook with only two settings, off and high.
The retired U.S. Navy man never intended to leave his e-mail address behind when he posted a message about his Christianity two years ago on a jihadist's blog.Yet, when the jihadist - using a Kent State University e-mail address - wrote back citing a Bible verse, the Navy man was intrigued."I am fighting to save the life of my people, as you are yours," the jihadist said. "My weapon is faith, as is yours."On the days that followed, the Navy man and the jihadist politely debated online until the jihadist left a chilling post about sleeper cells:Mike Adams is still on the case and . Until then, he is free to keep, ."Who knows when the next martyrdom operation might be coming to your town? I do."The Navy man was shaken. He figured the jihadist must be a student, but a trail of e-mails and computer tracking - recently shared with The Plain Dealer by the Navy man and four others - appeared to lead to Kent State University professor Julio Pino