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@Ablex I completely agree with you on the fact that our perceptions of reality are subjective and generally guided by our empirical experiences but the argument that these perceptions should be our independent guides to how we live falters in a society, which needs consensus and if everyone followed their own paths no society could function. This is the same ...


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The other 'religions' are corruptions innovated by those who were misguided themselves or wished to misguide others - the devils among men and jinn included.


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I will not try to define the word "idolatry" since this is not a place for English definitions. I will simply state what is forbidden in Islam. In Islam, we are forbidden from making images (or statues which are just 3d images) of Allah. Furthermore, in Islam, we are forbidden from making images and attributing them to gods other than Allah. And we ...


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Yes Islam have rules not guidelines. Rules are inherently attached to punishment or judgements while guidelines provide you ways (not a single way) to select from but doesn't impose judgement on you, you are free to choose your path and can even reject these guidelines based on your empirical experience and create your own gudielines. Most of the traditional ...


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Yes, Islam has rules. But then again, so does pretty much any ideology outside of outright anarchy. If anyone considers being expected to follow rules as "oppressive", that says far more about that person than it does about the ideology itself.


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Truth is not subjective. Something is either true, or it is not. Your four-point criteria, on the other hand, is subjective. You may use it to decide what you choose to believe or disbelieve about the world around you, but that has no bearing on what is actually true. Everything from self experiences, inferences, analogy and trustable sources can be ...


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I see all of the above posts which are absulotly true but they did not mention the law of attraction which is proved from the Holy Quran and The Hadith. At the biggining i am also confused when i read the law of attraction so i did research on it because i am not want to shirk with Allah due to i am muslim so i did reseach on it.I meet with my muslim ...


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well i mean its a pretty loaded question, but I'm sure they're a few Sufi sects here and here that may be anti-natalist. personally I find the argument you used pretty fallacious since misery and joy are quite subjective and if you're risking joy and happiness then you're risking misery, thus they, for the most part, cancel out each other when speaking ...


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