Should people carry out parts of their religion that they disagree with. Should a religious person ignore their conscience in favor of fulfilling the dictates of their faith? If God tells me to kill my son, do I have to do it?
It seems when we examine real objects close enough, they become illusory at the quantum level. Also, the self seems to be an illusion in the strictest sense. Yet it is also real since it exists. What is the difference between reality and illusion?
In sharia law, what is the penalty for apostasy? And, if we are all born Muslims, is not everyone other than Muslims an apostate?
What happens to people who don't accept what you claim?
Answers: Atheist, Christian
How can you dare say that God wouldn't want everyone saved? What about John 3:16? I thought Jesus loved and gave up his life on the cross for the whole world? If not, why create and sustain them? Wouldn't he want them to receive EVERLASTING LIFE?
How do we know that God(s) still exists today?
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