The King of Common Sense
I don't know since everyone is an unknowingly hypocrite at any one time.
The etymology of the word assumption is from Latin (Medieval) assumptio, ‘a taking up’, and, apropos, as then applied to Christ’s Mother ‘a taking up into Heaven’. From Latin through Middle English as assumpcioun.What assumptions should I make ...
More recently, Jerry Belson wrote a line he'd heard from a former teacher, "Never ASSUME, because when you ASSUME, you make an ASS of U and ME."The etymology of the word assumption is from Latin (Medieval) assumptio, ***8216;a taking up***8217;, and, apropos, as then applied to Christ***8217;s Mother ***8216;a taking up into Heaven***8217;. From Latin through Middle English as assumpcioun.
All four uses of assume in Shakespeare***8217;s Hamlet have the sense of take-up (lines 463, 705, 1675, 2563)
You've nailed it.Was this a genuine question or were you just Trolling around?
Self-assigned epithets are virtue signaling. Trust and verify.
Before you go charging blindly through, here's hoping you follow the sage advice of our membership here:Well, I assume a lot of things. When the light is green at an intersection, like most people, I assume it is save to cross it.
Whether it's green traffic lights or an attorney who believes in giant spaghetti monsters in the sky, the advice doesn't change.Trust and verify.
they became defensive.
I can tell who is having a hard time....
And so the truth rolls right back around.a few seem to be targeted and offended by the question.
I've seen it happen before, but it's rare so quickly and in the same thread...I assume a lot of things.
"Never ASSUME, because when you ASSUME, you make an ASS of U and ME."
Are you able to see within yourself and share with us why a person identifying himself with a religious label makes you leap to such assumptions?When someone proclaims himself as a Christians there must be some inherent value to do so. I don't see ads that reads, I'm a Muslim, or Hindu, or an atheist.