Opening up this conversation is the first step toward healing the deep wounds the church has left in the homosexual community, no matter if you take a hard stance on the issue of homosexuality as a sin or not. Hardcore’s really more a matter of personal pride than gaining the respect of others anyways, about the satisfaction of completing whatever goal you have in mind under far harsher and completely unforgiving circumstances. Your identity is in Christ. As a community, our identity is in the Body of Christ. The slavery that you think of is not the same slavery in the Old Testament. Rdm box 15:22, 24 September 2011 (UTC) Ultra Hardcore might of been a joke because Notch didn’t want premium users to lose premium.
Thoughts? —188.8.131.52 01:19, 16 December 2011 (UTC) Score/Timer in Hardcore mode[edit source] Mojang needs to add some sort of game timer to hardcore mode as a way of keeping score. That right there, my friends, relates directly to the issue you have at hand here. При большом желании, наш подопечный может стать злым «технофобом-вегетарианцем», дружелюбным попрошайкой-скептиком или же компьютерным гением, любящим читать книги, рисовать картины и чинить технику. Only through the second option can we ever earn the right to speak into their lives in any manner, let alone to get them to drastically change their worldview. Currently, the players lose to griefers every time. Was it tweeted by notch, if so can the source please be displayed. —Wally Done.
Homosexuality is wrong (period). And with that being said there need not be anything else said except…repentence…and then fellowship restored. Sexually immoral people can be strait too and this example is one of teaching in order to correct an issue of incest. Your very argument states that things are different now. We live in a nation of more wealth and more knowledge than has ever been. When you first spawn in, the timer starts. Conversely, if they were questioning it, we must take a different approach. My intention of the question was to simply remind us all to keep an open mind and to not ‘label’ anyone intentionally.