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    (Original post by frostyy)
    Maybe not related to the subject of believing in the Qur'an only, but as somebody who seems to be, in comparison to some individuals of similar views, a quite rational and scintillating user, I'd like to ask - do you ever question your belief as a whole? Do you ever doubt the existence of a deity and wonder whether you're taking perhaps a risk with your own life, having a quiddity that may very well be harder and less fulfilling?
    Yes, I do question my beliefs as a whole. And I've come to the personal conclusion that believing in a deity is better than not believing in one (for me).

    I can however, see why believing in a deity can be less fulfilling for some people.
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    The Koran (Surah 3:45-47) says Jesus was born of a virgin, so, who was his father?
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    (Original post by NJA)
    The Koran (Surah 3:45-47) says Jesus was born of a virgin, so, who was his father?
    Unfortunately, Mohammed was prone to using any old religious tosh that he'd heard, and passing it on to his superstitious followers as the words of a deity if he thought it would help him influence their behaviour. Surely, in the twenty-first century, educated westerners are capable of spotting that and dismissing such nonsense they were indoctrinated in by their parents?
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    (Original post by NJA)
    The Koran (Surah 3:45-47) says Jesus was born of a virgin, so, who was his father?
    Who was the father of Adam?
    Is it beyond god who created Adam without a father or mother, to gift the virgin Mary a miraculous son as a sign and prophet:
    إِنَّ مَثَلَ عِيسَى عِنْدَ اللَّهِ كَمَثَلِ آَدَمَ خَلَقَهُ مِنْ تُرَابٍ ثُمَّ قَالَ لَهُ كُنْ فَيَكُونُ
    Verily, in the sight of God, the nature of Jesus is as the nature of Adam, whom He created out of dust and then said unto him, "Be" - and he was.

    It is not surprising that god created Adam from nothing (no father no mother, no one was before him), yet it is unfathomable that the almighty can create and gift the virgin and mankind with Jesus without a father?
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    Lmao. No comment
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