Wednesday, May 12, 2010

How Do You Know?

Blogger Nick said...


I won't answer for Steve, I'll merely point out what he has already written in this post, if you read it all you will see it there at the end.

Here it is
"I don't know what happens then. What do you do when you have two people that cross their hearts and hope to die on opposite sides of the same case? The Quran doesn't say and I don't think the Supreme Court has ever had a case like that."

I don't think anyone here expects Steve to know everything, if you know what happens next in the Quaran then post it and I'm sure he will add it in, if what you say is true to the Quran.

Tue May 11, 08:04:00 AM 2010
Blogger Steve Wells said...

I give up, srizals.

The Quran is mostly just gibberish to me. What does it say to do if both husband and wife cross their hearts and hope to die? One of them must be lying, right? How do you know who is lying and who is telling the truth?

Tue May 11, 08:45:00 AM 2010


Then, he shouldn't have meddle with things larger than him now, won't it Nick?

Isn't it obvious Nick? You can't prosecute nor inflict on others with punishment without proper evidence.

It also shows that Islam is not obsessed in punishments. Rather than making an error in punishing, it is better to make an error in releasing. So they prefer to let go and let God.

You can't just interpret the verses of the Koran without proper understanding and most of all, knowledge. Since you're not a scholar of the Koran, it is unwise to act like one.

The wife and husband have to be divorced, since there is no longer any trust between them. By the way Nick, what is the atheist's solution if the matter arises? Or Steve would care to explain his ways in dealing of a matter he had made such a fun of.

If not, what's the point of arguing? Just for the sake of making fun of things? Where's the reason in that for an atheist?

1 comment:

  1. Please add that I am not an atheist, I am merely not a follower of any branch of christianity or islam. You can see the rest of my answer on Steve's blog.


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