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  1. Do You Muslims Really Believe This?

    What is wrong with my questions? They were completely relevant to her argument. Is this your way of avoiding answering my questions? Because you know that it invalidates your argument. How so? Good and evil is subjective. Morality is subjective. Since humans control their actions, good and evil is controlled by humans. Who do you believe controls good and evil? And famine is not always caused by the evil in mankind. Famine usually has natural causes. And I think you need to learn what science is/how it works. Science just builds and organizes knowledge about the universe. How could it "control" good and evil? Science can provide insight into why humans view things as good and evil and etc. I really don't know what you mean by "control" in the sense you're using it. Do you mean, why can science not explain why humans have emotions? Is this a serious question? Humans control their actions. Who do you think controls emotions? And I will respond to the rest of your post later.
  2. Do You Muslims Really Believe This?

    Please do
  3. Do You Muslims Really Believe This?

    1. Who would judge? 2. Why should their judgment be considered? war, famine, death, and disease. are those evidences of god's existence too? or are you just taking the good things in life and ignoring the bad? i'm not saying those things are evidence that god doesn't exist. i'm just making a point.
  4. Do You Muslims Really Believe This?

    But there is proof, or at least compelling evidence.
  5. Do You Muslims Really Believe This?

    Wrong, your brain is limited to only what your religion teaches you. You replace logic and reason with blind faith and religious servitude. And you only believe in them because you were raised with said beliefs from birth. Had you been born into a non-Muslim family, you wouldn't even care about Islam in the slightest. And if you're trying to scare me into believing your non-sense, it's not going to work. However, if you show me some evidence or have convincing arguments, I may reconsider.
  6. Do You Muslims Really Believe This?

    I'm sorry that you've been brainwashed since birth to believe in such outlandish things. I'm thankful I was not raised in a cult.
  7. Do You Muslims Really Believe This?

    Your comparison doesn't work, because there is evidence that frogs exist and it's possible to eat one. So, there is evidence. That might not be proof, but it is evidence. There is no evidence whatsoever for your beliefs.
  8. Do You Muslims Really Believe This?

    My point is, there is no evidence that any of things I mentioned happened or exist. There is no evidence supporting any of the things you believe. Literally, none.
  9. Do You Muslims Really Believe This?

  10. Do You Muslims Really Believe This?

    Except those things are not the truth and there is no evidence that they occurred. Please provide some evidence that the things I mentioned actually occurred and I will rethink my stance.
  11. Here's a small list of things that Muslims believe in/practice: Talking snakes, goat riding, animal sacrifice, male genital mutilation (circumcision,) flying buraq, jibreel the king kong speed post guy, prophets living inside whales, splitting the moon and then reattaching it, jinns that eat feces, stoning to death of Iblees that never dies, and I could go on... How can anyone with a brain believe these things happened or were inspired by god?
  12. Wake Up Atheists !

    Remember what is was like before you were born? That's what it's like when you're dead.
  13. I'm An Agnostic Atheist

    I'm an agnostic atheist. I don't believe in gods, goddesses, devils, angels, jinns, souls, heaven, hell, or anything supernatural. I am here for discussion, not to insult your beliefs. I've recently been thinking about death a lot lately, usually while I'm laying in bed before I go to sleep. The thought of oblivion is a little unsettling. I am fairly certain that death won't bother me, as I was dead for 13.7 billion years before I was born and it didn't inconvenience me in the slightest. But that was only 13.7 billion years, when I'm dead I'll be dead FOREVER. That thought is a little unsettling to me. I think the notion of an afterlife / fear of death is what draws most people to religion. I think animals are naturally afraid of death. All animals try to survive, and since we're the only animals who are aware of our death, we need ways to cope with it. I still believe that all religions are man made. Every religion is just too ridiculous to have come from anywhere except man, Islam included. There could still be a god, but I don't think any religion has come close to describing that god accurately. I think one of the things that makes religion so popular is the communal aspect. I was raised without any religion and my family almost never discussed religion. I have, however, had friends who were from religious families and have attended church, sunday school, and other christian functions with them. I usually enjoyed it, but not for the religious aspect, I enjoyed being with other people and having fun. I can see how people would enjoy going to church or to their Masjid or temple and going to other religious functions, listening to someone give a lecture, etc... I'm open to the belief of god, but I just can't bring myself to believe in it. I just can't bring myself to believe that humans are anything other than biological entities. I can't bring myself to believe in the supernatural. How is it possible for a soul to exist? How is it possible for heaven and hell to exist? Magic? I just can't believe in that stuff. I'm not opposed to it, but I haven't heard any convincing arguments or seen any compelling evidence.
  14. Me

    I'm an agnostic atheist. I don't believe in the supernatural. I don't believe in an after life. I am not a militant atheist, I am open to the possibility of god and open to discussion.