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suppose you're 100% sure there's a god, an allmighty god, that created the universe and all the rest, and this god asks you to kill, rape, torture and plunder in his name.
if you worship him he will send you in heaven where all sort of good things happens to you.
if you refuse to worship him he will send you in hell where eternal pain and torture awaits you.
would you worship him?
Do your beliefs or non-beliefs in god(s) have the stance of "only what i think/know/believe is right but every others who disagree with me, is wrong" ?
Is that reasonable to have such stance?
Under what situation it's reasonable and unreasonable?
Koran the stories of the prophets
It is transferred from the Torah and the Gospel
But there is another story of the fact
They are very beautiful
It is the story of love and g
And they give you
Mohammed Zaid said he announced his adopted son
After years Zaid Mohammed adoptive son of Zainab married a very beautifulZeinab Mohammed Jamal was not known which of the daughters of aunts
Even saw in the tent door
Muhammad signed a look that beautiful
Passion immediatelyHere are God's intervention
Although Christians and Muslims are still the religious majority in the world, just over 200 years after authors like Percy Bysshe Shelley took bold steps in defending atheism those who have no religious affiliation (this includes atheists, agnostics, and those with spiritual beliefs) now make up the largest group in seven nations, and the unaffiliated are the second-largest group in 65% of countries where Christianity is the majority....
Many times I see people on RF share their beliefs, but when met with criticism, scrutiny, or honest inquiry, they get defensive. As we learn more and more about the cosmos, it is inevitable that some of our deeply held beliefs about the nature of reality will be challenged or even dismissed entirely as silly.
Now, obviously people are free to believe whatever they want. They are also free to refuse to provide explanations or the reasoning behind said beliefs. That being said, if you...
The atheist has a teleonomic view of the world. This is in contradistinction to theist who has a teleological one. In the teleonomic worldview of the atheist, there is no purpose; there is just the appearance of purpose which can be explained away (at least, in theory) by blind mechanism. In the teleological worldview of the theist, there is a real (as opposed to an apparent) purpose. Everything is seeking the good where the ultimate good is God (a.k.a. the uncaused cause, the final cause)....
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