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The Infidel’s Guide to Islam (2 of 3) — The Anatomy of Jihad

October 24, 2011 Leave a comment

According to the Qur’an, there’s no such thing as a Muslim Extremist.

Xenocrates

Islam will Dominate The World

This is the true intention of Islam. Anything else is a pacifist lie.

I’ve always wondered if Muhammad were still alive, if he would have wept over what all these modern day Islamic governments have done to their people and how they may have misread, misinterpreted or utterly misconstrued his teachings. He originally set out to unify all Arabia. They in turn invented Sharia law and justification for flying passenger jets into office buildings. Now western governments have tried to appease Islamic moderates by suggesting that Islam has no political agenda. Take a long hard look at the picture above. This is far from the truth.

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The Infidel’s Guide to Islam (1 of 3) — Muhammad’s Legacy

October 23, 2011 1 comment

People tend to get angry when they find themselves struggling to defend the indefensible.

Xenocrates

Islam - The fastest growing religion in the worldIslam — inexplicably, the fastest growing religion in the world.

Islam evolved out of response to the threat of certain implosion of the Arabic cultures due to tribal warfare. Sadly, in attempt to become a religion of peace, the founder of the faith, the prophet Muhammad, made a terrible mistake that has reverberated to this very day. It was a blunder so profound that the fact that western cultures can’t think of Islam without thinking about crimes against humanity, is a testament to the fact that the term “religion of peace” is either a tragic misnomer or a monumental non sequitur that now silently mocks its adherents.

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Contemplating Death (2 of 3)

April 20, 2011 7 comments

An enemy committed to die can prove to be the most formidable foe.

Xenocrates

Mosquito

There’s no question that humans are at the top of the food chain. It doesn’t mean however that we can’t be taken out by something far lower on the chain than we are. I speak with reference to wild animals. There are animals in every layer of the biosphere that can take us out. Some of them however are far more efficient at that than others. In fact, consider these:

WARNING: This post covers some relatively dark content. Additionally, some readers may find some of the photos featured to be quite graphic. Reader discretion is thus strongly advised.

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Tough Questions Christians Fear

December 12, 2010 8 comments

One who has tough questions should never ask them of those who fear the answers.

Xenocrates

The Ultimate Bible Study - Me vs. The Elders

Taking my elders to task on tough Bible questions.

Have you ever had one of those moments growing up when you were presented with an idea that you immediately accepted, but deep in the recesses of your mind, something didn’t add up? That was my entire childhood really. That’s basically how I grew up with religion. This post is for all the younger folks out there who have questions they are either afraid to ask or were given circular, useless answers. Read on to see what all your church elders were so afraid of.

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Morality vs. Religion

March 7, 2010 20 comments

“Morality and religion exist as mutually exclusive concepts as one does not automatically predicate the other.”

Xenocrates

Taking an oath on the Bible is something of a conflict of interest – considering what’s written in it.

When asked about why religion is necessary, one of the common answers most people will probably tell you (even if they aren’t believers) is that religion provides a framework for moral behaviour. So allow me to permanently fix that problem by blowing this fatuous assumption out of the water once and for all.

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The Truth About The Truth

October 18, 2009 17 comments

When people go in search of the truth, they tend to find whatever it is they’re looking for, whether it is the truth or not.”

Xenocrates

Remember when Pluto was a planet? Now it isn’t. Remember when removing tonsils cured tonsillitis? Now we know better. Or what about when the moon was completely devoid of water? Recent discoveries show otherwise. All of these things were true once. So I’ve got to ask a really tough question of you:

What is truth?

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The Anatomy of Belief

November 1, 2008 19 comments

“Conflict over belief is as worthwhile as conflict over a favourite colour.”

Xenocrates

There are many systems of belief in the world. Most beliefs are propagated by the innate compulsion of their subscribers to derive purpose from the world around them. As such, religion is effectively a moderate transmutation of mythology, philosophy and science. It attempts to be the silver bullet that is the catch-all solution for all of life’s problems. That’s why religion is the most conspicuous of all systems of belief. It attempts to explicitly fill the gaps science and philosophy do not. However, there are some dark, disturbing characteristics about religious belief that a lot of religious people are either unaware of or seem to ignore altogether. Growing up in an environment that catered to the far Christian right taught me a lot of highly valuable lessons about these characteristics. This post details the top ten most valuable lessons I’ve learned about religious cognition. Most of these I learned after intense debate and oftentimes, vicious confrontation: Read more…