Author Archives: ozzycda

Beyond Theology

I have noticed a trend amongst specific Christian apologists who have been making YouTube videos arguing against Transgender people and arguing that sexuality that deviates from the “biblical norm” is a sin. I am amazed when these apologists spend so … Continue reading

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Symbol of Sun/Star-Swedenborg, Jung, and Crowley

Readers of this blog post need to keep two things in mind at the outset: 1. I am new to the community the follows the Law of Thelema(Thelemites) and 2. I have done my utmost to research this topic and … Continue reading

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Tradition and Textual Criticism

  In the discussion of the historicity of a religion, particularly in the context of the development of scriptural manuscripts. How did we come to possess the Bible and the Qur’an? Do we have the original copies of these scriptures, … Continue reading

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Reading and Understanding Scripture

I have noticed a trend, particularly amongst Christian Apologists who typically attack Islam, that there is inconsistency¬†in their utilization of Tafsir and commentary on the Qur’an. Recently I spent time watching a number of videos featuring a number of well … Continue reading

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iERA and The Bible(Revised and Expanded)

So Adnan Rashid from iERA contacted me on Twitter and wished to discuss my previous article which he called: “not a very impressive rebuttal.” I am honored that he took time out of his busy schedule to not only read … Continue reading

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iERA and the Bible

The gentlemen at iERA/Mission Dawah are at it again. In the above video they go about trying to disprove the Bible by discussing textual criticism and other related topics. I would like to highlight some of their arguments and show … Continue reading

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Like two ships passing in the night

I recently watched this debate between two atheists(Krauss and Shermer) Vs. two Christian Theists(D’Souza and Hutchinson.) Interesting enough both sides made compelling arguments that I agreed with, and yet I thought both sides were talking past each, hopelessly unable to … Continue reading

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Tom Holland on Muhammad

The above video struck me as one of the most objective of it’s kind that I have seen in years. Tom Holland, famous historian who wrote a book entitled: “In the Shadows of the Sword” and was responsible for the … Continue reading

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Defending Freud…against Sam Harris!?

My most recent YouTube video was a book review of Sam Harris’ book “Waking Up.” In giving the book review I was unable, considering the length of the video, to cover everything I wanted to discuss. As I previously said … Continue reading

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Sam Harris on Big Think

Before you read this post I would encourage you to watch the following video on YouTube: I made a recent video on my YouTube channel which critiqued Harris’ critique of a non-literal understanding of scripture, be it the Bible or … Continue reading

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