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Top Saudi religous authority defines and criminilizes terrorism

Started Apr 13, 2010 0 Replies

Finally, the top Mufti and 19 other high religious scholars of Saudi Arabia made an "Islamic" definition of terrorism and criminalized it.…Continue

Lets all kiss Hank's ass

Started this discussion. Last reply by FreeThinker Mar 19, 2010. 7 Replies

Just wanted to share this video I just found on YouTube (not sure if its old but made me laugh)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2G6TNdZfLMContinue

Why against death penalty?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tara Benson Dec 11, 2011. 136 Replies

Without death penalty, prisons would be overloaded. Criminals would be released to make room for new criminals and many of these criminals who were sentenced for life for murdering or raping someone…Continue

A non-theist practicing religion

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kristine R. Mar 8, 2010. 14 Replies

Are there any people here who, go to church daily or every week, keep kosher, keep sabbath, go to Mosque 5 times a day just because their family don't know that they don't believe? How do you feel…Continue

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Madhukar Kulkarni replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion A question to ex-believers
"Russell Christian It's hard for us to accept that the universe is eternal because we do not accept conjectures but accept only facts that science provides us. This is the reason why I have said above that we should allow time, perhaps a very…"
Feb 7, 2012
Russell Christian replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion A question to ex-believers
"This is a great question and, like the others have said, there really is no good answer yet.  Maybe there never will be one.  This could be the last of the gaps for god to fill. I know that it can be hard to accept a universe with infinite…"
Feb 6, 2012
Tom Sarbeck replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion A question to ex-believers
"Explanations differ from delusions. - - - The big bang explanation is compatible Buddhism's endlessly expanding-contracting explanation. (A Catholic priest who'd studied mathematics devised the big bang explanation, and it happens to very…"
Feb 3, 2012
Linda Turnipseed replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion A question to ex-believers
"You may be interested in reading a book called "Atheist Universe" by David Mills. In his second chapter, "Origins of the Universe" he goes into this question. It's written in a way that even a dummy like me can understand…"
Feb 3, 2012
Maruli Marulaki replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion A question to ex-believers
"Science offers some evidence as far back as making the big bang plausible.   Nobody knows, what had been before.    So it is just a choice to either consider the big bang as a beginning and wonder, where it all came from or else…"
Feb 3, 2012
Madhukar Kulkarni replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion A question to ex-believers
"  I am far from being a phycist or any kind of scientist and so my answer may be wrong. Since the instant of the big bang, the universe has used enormous amounts of material and energy. Therefore the law of conservation energy alone may not be…"
Feb 3, 2012
Steph S. replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion A question to ex-believers
"Cool links Nerd -- thanks. Maybe when our knowledge of science is more advanced than it is now -- we will have a scientific explanation."
Feb 2, 2012
Filbert Lam replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion A question to ex-believers
"I haven't read any of the other comments here yet, so if I repeat any points then I apologise. First, I think that the universe isn't 4-5 billion years old, but somewhere between 13.5-14 billion years old. But, in all fairness, let's…"
Feb 2, 2012
Jude Johnson replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion A question to ex-believers
"I'm sorry Paul - I ate your donut. It was my birthday yesterday - please forgive me... I think your two "To say..." statements say it all -- very well put!"
Feb 2, 2012
Madhukar Kulkarni replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion A question to ex-believers
"Yes, this does come to my mind too. This question needs to be answered only if you want to brcome an atheist helped only by science. Elsewhere, in one A N discussion, it has been shown that logic too can be used to lead to atheism. There are…"
Feb 2, 2012
Tom Sarbeck replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion A question to ex-believers
"I was in college with a lot of credits in math and science, but studying accounting when I set out to quit Catholicism. Three books whose titles I long ago forgot helped me: 1. a book that compared the various forms of Xianity, 2. a book that…"
Feb 2, 2012
John S replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion A question to ex-believers
"I am currently reading this book and I find it very interesting and informative. The reality of this universe, how it began and will eventually end is far more amazing than any of the stories offered by any of the world's religions."
Feb 2, 2012
hbma replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion A question to ex-believers
"sometimes i think about this too. when people ask me about how i think the world and everything was ceated i usually change my answer depending on my mood. most times i say 'maybe god did created the world and everything in it. god probably…"
Jan 28, 2012
Ullrich Fischer replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion Why against death penalty?
"While I agree that murderers and rapists do not have a right to live, the problem with having the death penalty on the table is that it means you have to trust juries and the rest of the legal system to never make a mistake.   As the…"
Dec 11, 2011
Roy Moore replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion Why against death penalty?
"IMO, the death penalty should be much more common. It should be applied when:   A) The crime in question is considerably gruesome or violent. and B) There is enough evidence that there is no doubt that they are guilty.   I don't know…"
Sep 5, 2011
Matthew Shafer-Skelton replied to Prefer Not to Say's discussion Why against death penalty?
"Ignorance. You will never get rid of the criminal problem with psychology, sociology, activism, and social engineering. Only those whose understanding of these sciences and ideas and therefore can choose what parts of them to accept believe…"
Sep 5, 2011

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At 1:09am on February 25, 2010, Objection said…
Hello and welcome to AN! Thanks a lot for contributing your knowledge to the community :) Take care.
At 5:40pm on February 21, 2010, Loren Miller said…
Thanks a lot for all the answers you're providing on your post "Ask Me About My Country." I'm learning TONS that I didn't know before. Please know you're welcome to ask about the US (in my case) and you'll get as good an answer as I can manage.
At 4:27pm on February 20, 2010, Sigmund said…
Hey - welcome to AN. Check this out as a very brief guide to the principles of Atheism!
At 2:59pm on February 20, 2010, Mohamed Zaki said…
so there is an arab buddy here.. eziac ya basha
At 10:25am on February 19, 2010, Atheist Princess said…
any questions just ask
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