We now have four rectors that needs to be cooled down, built in and kept under close watch for a couple of hundred thousands of years.
Try switching to these four rectors instead then. They look pretty cooled down from here, and I seriously doubt they'll be around for a thousand days, never mind years.
I've never donated pie to support development of a Firefox extension before, but I'm willing to learn.
I would sample insect-based food, for the same reasons that I eat foods made with yeast, if...
a) I was certain it wouldn't harm me,
b) if it had been killed with minimal suffering, and
c) if I could figure out how to cook it in a tasty way.
Nearly all modern meat production and fishery fails test b), so I rarely eat meat.
Postgres development team, if you're reading this, I lost my old ash-grey PostgreSQL shirt and would be glad to buy a replacement from you.
It merely states that some sections of the church hold less or more strongly to the 39 articles [anglicansonline.org].
Yes, that's what the post which you contradicted said: "certain-Anglicans believe it's not "symbolically" eating his flesh, it's really eating his flesh".
For reference the 39 articles would be like the constitution of the church. I suggest you read the one of the Lord's supper (XXVIII).
While technically correct that the Lutheran church does not hold to the doctrine of transubstantiation, they do hold to a doctrine that says that bread and the wine are literally the body and blood of christ.
Yes, that's right, (XXVIII) "Of the Lord's Supper." , which states "the Bread which we break is a partaking of the Body of Christ; and likewise the Cup of Blessing is a partaking of the Blood of Christ."? Article XXVIII condemns transubstantiation but is read by many Anglicans as supporting sacramental union or consubstantiation, as articulated by Luther. It would be a bit pedantic then, to say that Lutherans believe in the Real Presence in the Eucharist, but that Anglicans do not.
"The hottest places in Hell are reserved for those who, in times of moral crisis, preserved their neutrality." -- Dante