RSS New Products

Our Newsletter

Rantai Plastik

(4 product reviews)
Gift Wrapping:


Product Description

Harga buat per piece

Find Similar Products by Category

Write your own product review

Product Reviews

  1. Which came first, th

    Posted by Betty on 19th Mar 2016

    Which came first, the problem or the <a href="">soolitun?</a> Luckily it doesn't matter.

  2. Wow! Great to find a

    Posted by Romby on 19th Mar 2016

    Wow! Great to find a post knconikg my socks off! [url=]njoavxro[/url] [link=]weekuvkjxis[/link]

  3. I read your post and

    Posted by Evaline on 19th Mar 2016

    I read your post and wished I'd <a href="">wrtiten</a> it

  4. What movie was that

    Posted by Mario on 5th Mar 2016

    What movie was that from? I've GOT to watch it! Your post reminds me of snhetmiog I've been thinking about. Death and resurrection. Christians believe that everyone person that's ever lived will be resurrected and face judgement. I was watching a show on the Discover or the Science channel about death and burial customs in various cultures throughout history. Wow.If one considers all of the various ways that various cultures have disposed of their dead over the centuries, the idea of a mass resurrection becomes, well, hard to believe. Some cultures bury, some cremate, some mummify, some send off into the water (where presumably the body is eaten), some feed their dead to animals, some burn them to various deities, etc, etc. So, with all of these customs, especially the burnings and feeding to animals, what is going to be resurrected? Pooh? Really. Think about it. A resurrection is easy to believe if you live in a culture that just buries their dead, but once you look a little outside your culture, it becomes a little harder to accept.Scott

Related Products

You Recently Viewed...