could you elucidate?Originally posted by: Moonbeam
If God is The Patient, who's The Doctor?Originally posted by: LunarRay
I must be a camel too... "al-Sabur (The Patient)" is the 99th name of God.Originally posted by: Moonbeam
I read that since the Jews stopped saying it in the 3rd century, nobody knows how it was originally pronounced.
The reason the camel is hauty and prowd is because he knows the 99th name of God. A saying.
How much like camels we are.
I didn't say anything was anybody's fault. As to what grounds there are to objections, I'd name "The Gound of Being"Originally posted by: Shad0hawK
so basicaly your syaing it is still religions fault, just secondary? take stalin for example, he thought the most pragmatic way to get rid of religion was getting rid of the religious, since atheism tells us there is no moral law, and since what stalin did was legal in his country, how was he wrong? what grounds are objections to what he did based on?