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What are the beliefs of atheists and how they are wrong ?
The answer of your why-question is in our Forum Rules. Either you have not read the rules or if you did, you failed to understand those rules. So please improve your ability of comprehension in the first place. It is clearly written there: “This forum does not include ‘ask a question’ option from us on an Islamic position.” It has also been written there: (1) “Discussions will be moderated so as to keep them on t…
But I am at peace with it
Q1. “But I am at peace with it” is a common defense when one is showed that one’s accepted holy book is unreliable because it is corrupted or humanly invented. Is it a careful way to choose a faith from many? Answer: A holy book is an objective thing i.e. it exists outside our selves. And it is well known that our subjective feelings do not define objective realities. Rather, an outside object has to be judged, defined, or validated objectively.…
another way to look at it
Q2. “But there is another way to look at it” is a common argument to defend a social or religious value that is showed to be at fault by a critical analysis of the matter. Is it a valid argument to justify an alternative value? Answer: Here the defender asserts that when you see from this angle, the objective reality appears to be x; and when you see from another angle, it appears to be not x but y. This amounts to saying that an objective reali…
Q3. “But there is a fatwah for it” is a common argument of Muslims today to embrace a new, unconventional position in Islam. Is this argument right? Answer: This is religious version of saying, “But there is another way to look at it.” In fact, it is worse than that as it faults the wisdom and knowledge of God. Such people, in essence, assert: God and His messenger gave rules based on the limited nature (reality) or knowledge of a problem that w…
Q4. “But you don’t know the intent of the person” is a common Muslim argument today asking to avoid criticizing an apparent corruptive work by a community leader, Masjid official, scholar, or intellectual. Is this argument valid in Islam? Answer: The above argument is against common sense, the dictates of the Qur’an, and the Sunnah. As to common sense: (i) Humans are incapable of knowing other’s intent. Then how can we be bound to not react with…
- What are the beliefs of atheists and how they are wrong ?