Science is secular / equitable in nature; it has nothing to do with the Atheists
If some atheistic scientists support atheism that is their own extra-curricular activity; science has never made them their spokesperson.
Science has nothing to do with Islam or the Quran, either.
You've already started threads on this exact same subject. Notice how you provide so much evidence for being a propagandist?
Atheism is an activity now? Hold on a minute I just need to stop not collecting stamps for a second...
As Islam has not made you its spokesperson. I know of no atheist that claims the title of spokesperson for anything, except their own opinion. At the least, atheists think for themselves and don't quote archaic and contradictory books to support an unsupportable position. And they don't pretend that facts are not facts. I have more faith in the validity of their posts as being thought out and sincere than posts I have run across by religious propagandists. But, that's just me.
You're a fool. ← see, doesn't that make you feel great?
You equate religion to lack of a religion as if it's even in the same realm. If atheism is a religion, then not collecting stamps is a hobby. Fool.
Scientists are the very people which study the world around us, and yet they manage to be primarily atheists or deists. Why? Because there is NO evidence for this 'god' character. If there were, then every atheist in the world would accept it, given there's a sufficient amount of proof!
I appreciate you asking questions, and I love the debate, but please try and do your homework first.
Yes, but not beyond it; as it is none of their subject; they are not euipped with that.
Correct. we are not equipped to study anything that is not part of the Cosmos.
Neither is anyone else. Nor is is even certain that 'not part of the Cosmos' has any meaning beyond its syntactical correctness as an adjectival phrase.
and so said the pope of Islam!
How about discussing the 270 million people killed by Islam so far?
Switch on your TV if you want to see it continuing today.
"your opinion is wrong"
it's an OPINION. you can't just say it's wrong because you DON'T LIKE IT!
congratulations, you have just lost all credibility you might have had.
and just_curious was right, no one made you their spokesperson and no atheist ever claimed to be the spokesperson for the scientific community or for science itself, for that matter. can you prove me wrong? if not, then just stop making unfounded claims and we will all forget this thread ever happened!
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