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While we travel through our spiritual life, parts of our soul can stay away from us from different reasons. Let's say that during astral travel one go to lower/higher planes of existence and experience some kind of strong emotional and spiritual event. Usually we forget what happen or we just can't explain what happen. After that there are episodes of depression, void in life, seance that we don't belong here any more, physical or mental illness, we loose interest in "everyday" life...
For too long now, theists on this site have relied upon various forms of the “God of the Gaps” argument, which is an “argument from ignorance” or “argumentum ad ignorantiam”. An argument from ignorance (or argumentum ad ignorantiam) is a logical fallacy that claims the truth of a premise is based on the fact that it has not been proven false, or that a premise is false because it has not been proven true. This is often phrased as "absence of evidence is not evidence of absence"...
What is the rationale for your belief in the existence of a superfluous God? Any "believer" who believes that God is not metaphysically necessary believes God is superfluous by default. That is, he or she believes that God is not needed to explain anything whatsoever. So, if you are one of these believers, please explain to me your rationale for believing in the existence of God. Because it would appear to me that your belief is completely irrational.
By the way, I know that there are more...
"تالله الحق من ینکر هذا الفضل الظاهر الباهر المتعالی المنیر ینبغی له بان یسئل عن امه حاله فسوف یرجع الی اسفل الجحیم"
"By God,Whoever denies this Apparent Exalted Luminous Grace (meaning Baha’ism), it is worthy that he asks his state from his mother and he will soon be returned to the bottom of hell."(Reference: `Abd al-Ḥamīd Ishrāq Khāwarī, Ganj-i shāygān, p. 78.)
The phrase “asks his state from his mother” is used in Persian to imply that someone is a ********.
I wandered onto a video 'related' to the one Mazdaian put up earlier (thank you, Mazdaian!) which argues that Ahura Mazda and Yahweh are actually the same god - using references from the Bible and historical texts as an explanation.
Does this argument have any weight? What do you think?
Do you hope the beliefs of "a place name hell, exist, it's where non-believer/non-follower will be punish for eternity" to come true?
This hell is one interpretation by some believer to their God/religion's beliefs from some abrahamic religion.
In this interpretation, the hell is a place where non-believer/non-follower will be punish/burning for eternity because they don't believe in or don't accept or don't repentance to or don't obey the religion's God's existence/salvation/moral/law.
"I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery. 3"You shall have no other gods before Me.
“There is none like you among the gods, O Lord” (86:8); “For great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised; he is to be revered above all gods” (96:4); “Our Lord is above all gods” (135:5); “He is exalted above all gods” (97:7); “For the Lord is a great God, and a great King above all gods.” (95:3.).
So, why do you think these other...
(Deu 10:19 KJV) Love ye therefore the stranger: for ye were strangers in the land of Egypt.
(Deu 24:19 KJV) When thou cuttest down thine harvest in thy field, and hast forgot a sheaf in the field, thou shalt not go again to fetch it: it shall be for the stranger, for the fatherless, and for the widow: that the LORD thy God may bless thee in all the work of thine hands.
(Deu 24:20 KJV) When thou beatest thine olive tree, thou shalt not go over the boughs again: it shall be for the...
In Islam Is it true ??
Is there a text from the Koran supports this marriage ??
This is a verse from the Koran
The fun began Koran, saying the Almighty: (What do women enjoyed the Vatohn wages ordinance) [women: 24].
Now, the explanation of this verse from the Koran
If you enjoyed the women must be in exchange for sexual enjoy wages
The big question
What is the difference between adultery and lasciviousness
When you enjoy with one of the women given the...
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