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Prophet Muhammad once said:
“In the future, women will be naked in spite of wearing dresses. (This Hadith has baffled the Ulema for a very long time until now) The 3 kind of naked women are 1) Those who wear see-through dresses (2) Those who wear tight dresses and (3) Those whose dresses are so short that they expose the body”
Is it some kind of competition? A league where they compete with one another. Is it a form of arrogance, because they want to promote a message “I am better then...
I cringe and grit my teeth with disgust that God would do this to people I know that aren't bad people. Their crime is they don't believe in God or accept the wrong Gods and don't accept Jesus.
So, you don't find the teaching that people will be tossed about in flames while their agonizing flesh is devoured by worms, wailing and gnashing their teeth for eternity, to be disgusting?
What is their crime for receiving such an eternity of torture? Well, not believing in this God that hides...
Report: Plan To Force God Into Public Schools Released
The Education Department is to be replaced with “Presidency’s Advisory Council on Public Education Reform.” The Council would:
Restore Ten Commandments posters to all K-12 public schools.
Clearly post America’s Constitution and Declaration of Independence.
Encourage K-12 schools to recognize traditional holidays (e.g., Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas) as celebrations of our Judeo-Christian heritage.
Implement select bible classes, such...
Atheists view of religion. Old folks on old technology old science antiquated and dangerous.
Next, religions view of atheists as immoral science is God fanatics that do unnatural acts. Not natural for Harleys to do that so it must be immoral!! And unfriendly as well.
which is the correct bird?
I actually don't see much purpose other than ego to debate religious topics. Am I wrong on this? Its like being overly focused on accounting debating debits and credits. I suppose it's interesting I have zero idea why. There seems to be some who do understand experience here but mostly it just seems a lot of. Philosophicalism and not done very well. Maybe it's just all bad philosophy debates imagining that it's religion. Is that religion?
Addendum: maybe it's just opinions battling and...
Which is superior?
As a Buddhist, I cast my vote for the Uncreator.
Creation is a mass of suffering, as the Buddha explained, and it originates from ignorance. No matter the endless number of wonders we might discover throughout creation/samsara, it doesn't belie the fact that our experience of it all is inconstant, impermanent, and that none of it is ultimately satisfying. Therefore, anyone who is a "Creator" creates out of ignorance:
"And what is dependent co-arising? From ignorance as...
Romans 5:3. "Not only so, but we also rejoice in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance”
I'm wondering if you could please leave a positive comment about suffering, because I've been experiencing and seeing a lot of suffering everywhere and just wishing my Mother had aborted me.
A lot of the Saints saw suffering as a good thing, so that is what I'm trying to do because there will be a lot of suffering in this world and I see it, experience it, and hear about...
This is a Canadian Muslim preacher clearly saying that apostasy is punishable by death in Islam:
When are more people, especially the more die-hard apologists for Islam on the left, going to acknowledge that people like this imam are far from being a tiny, fringe minority among some significant Muslim communities and that something needs to be done—not necessarily with respect to immigration laws but at least with respect to the way discourse about Islam is handled?
This is not an imam...
I see the moral argument as one of the weakest and most common arguments used to justify theism. There are several potent critiques that are never addressed sufficiently:
1. Presupposing a God doesn't necessarily mean the God is a moral God. The God may be neutral, evil, have characteristics of good, bad, and evil, or be beyond the entire concept of morality. Furthermore, God might not care about morality, or God himself may grapple with moral problems just like humans do and thus we be...
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