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Can You Be Reasoned With?

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Posted by Harvey on August 7, 2001 19:58:56 UTC

A reasonable person can at least entertain the possibility that they are wrong. So, in your own words, let's here you say that you can be wrong about Allah existing, and that you may be wrong about Islam being anything but a human invented religion, and that Allah may be nothing more than your imagination.

I'll go first:

1. I might be wrong about God existing.
2. I might be wrong about religion as anything more than a human invention.
3. God might possibly be just my imagination.

Let's see if *you* can say those things about Allah and Islam. If you can't then how can you consider yourself a reasonable person since you can't even imagine being wrong?


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