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Or are people becoming AWARE of the dark side of RADICAL Islam.
Questions for readers.
In what other "religion" are there suicide bombings resulting in the murders of innocents?
In what other religion are homosexuals thrown off roof tops or shot dead in mass while
Please don't site Islamic conquests of hundreds of years ago or the Christian Crusades.
Modern history please. Like since radio and television reporting came of age.
Other Recent "Misunderstandings of Islam"...
I have two main questions in this topic. You can just answer the ones applicable to you.
1- What are some differences between your personal views (what you feel is right) and your religion (what the religion teaches is right)?
2- How does a person reconcile the difference between what they feel is right and what the religion says?
To expand on the questions, let's use an example: One's religion could forbid homosexuality but someone might personally feel the right thing to do is to...
Hello ! i am very confused about religion nowdays. I am a Romanian of 19 years old and i live in Canada . I was born protestant but later in my life converted to Shia Islam. I studied every religion but i cant seem to decide. I left Shia Islam because even though i had deep respect and love for Ali,Hussein and Muhammad it just wasnt for me i guess the whole always crying and beating your chest thing. Since i am 15 i am in a very deep depression and i want to find true peace. i Know that...
People who don't want to live forever do not value life all that much. If they are willing to sacrifice a belief in an eternal afterlife for something else, then they do not value life all that much. Because if they did, then they would want to live forever. They would want to believe in an eternal afterlife. Therefore, the fact that they would want to sacrifice such a belief means they grow tired eventually and wish to just forever remain dead.
But a person who values life so...
I would like to apologise in advance for starting *yet another atheism* thread but I am going to try and demolish it in one go. Some of the arguments here are fairly obscure coming from the *cough* militant atheist rather than the theist side so it will be a little different than usual.
In order to defend the atheism of de Sade, Nietzsche and Stalin as the terrifying antagonist to religious belief, in which freedom from superstition and morality may proceed to its inevitable, malevolent...
Krishna allegedly said :
"I am the beginning, middle, and end of creation.
Among animals I am the lion; among birds, the eagle Garuda. I am Prahlada, born among the demons, and of all that measures, I am time.
I am death, which overcomes all, and the source of all beings still to be born.
Just remember that I am, and that I support the entire cosmos with only a fragment of my being.""
Jesus said I " I am the Alpha and the Omega....before Abraham was, "I AM".
"I am " is the most sacred...
Dr. Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist at the City College of New York (CUNY) and co-founder of String Field Theory, says theoretical particles known as “primitive semi-radius tachyons” are physical evidence that the universe was created by a higher intelligence.
After analyzing the behavior of these sub-atomic particles - which can move faster than the speed of light and have the ability to “unstick” space and matter – using technology created in 2005, Kaku concluded that the universe is...
Could some explain Numbers Chapter 31?
This Chapter makes God look more like depraved despot such as Hitler, rather than the loving Father God ha Jesus spoke about.
(Kill all the little boys and keep the virgins for yourself meaning for their pleasure)
Can any one explain it to me, it baffles my mind and challenges my faith?
I am of the opinion that the idea of free will has problems to begin with. That said, Abrahamics often claim that evil needs to exist for free will, and thereby they believe the problem of evil is nullified. I do not believe it is. I would put forth that an omnipotent deity who could not create choice without evil is in fact not omnipotent.
That's enough to get this discussion rolling. Let's chat friends
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