26th February 2014

“Some years ago I started studying Islam. It didn't take long to recognise the problems of that religion's texts; the repetitions, contradictions and absurdities. Unlike Christianity, scholarship on these problems in Islam has barely begun. But they are manifest for anyone to see. For a holy book which in its opening lines boasts 'that is the book, wherein is no doubt', plenty of doubt emerges.”

Douglas Murray

One Response to “26th February 2014”

  1. Jeff Says:

    The hymn of the rational:

    Doubt everything, but when someone or something claims to be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, it is almost certainly a lie. If something claims to be beyond doubt, it is almost certainly doubtful. And if something claims to be the truth, beyond doubt and holy, run in the opposite direction as quickly as possible.