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Here's the brilliant debate that the excerpts were taken from; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUxxZqynsBM You can buy his book; The moral landscape, from Amazon; US; http://www.amazon.com/?_encoding=UTF8&tag=ivehadthestra-20&linkCode=shr&camp=213733&creative=393193&ref_=gno_logo UK; http://www.amazon.co.uk/?_encoding=UTF8&tag=imhavithestra-21&linkCode=shr&camp=3194&creative=21334
An Islamic Apologist Attempts to debate Sam Harris, but she gets schooled trying to argue her position. ✔️ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/freedomspeaksusa/ ✔️Like, Share, and Subscribe for more content that is Pro Liberty, Pro Freedom, and Pro America. Intro Music: http://www.orangefreesounds.com/precious-dubmix-soundtrack/
1950/Dec., L.A., "HERE COMES THE GROOM" Paramount;- Louis Armstrong (t,v) & unknown studio orchestra. Bing Crosby, Phil Harris, Cass Daley, Dorothy Lamour, Frank Fontaine, unknown choir (v): Mistro Cristofo Colombo sorry for the poor quality, its a little bit more complete than that already uploaded clip, nevertheless I let out several seconds on loud dial..
On the CelebrateMercy webcast, Karen Armstrong, best-selling British author and founder of the Charter for Compassion, discusses compassion in the Quran. This compassion was most exemplified in the Prophet Muhammad's life. To see more videos, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/1yqopyR View our VIRAL trailer video at http://www.CelebrateMercy.com/trailer Please support our future videos and projects by donating online: Give $10 or More Here: http://bit.ly/cmDonate ABOUT CELEBRATEMERCY & 'HOPE after HARDSHIP' CelebrateMercy is a non-profit organization that teaches about the Prophet Muhammad's life and character through webcasts, classes, and social media. We have 2,000+ registered volunteers worldwide as well as 1 million followers and video views on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Our i...
Karen Armstrong history islam war terrorism
In some recent postings on Richard Dawkins website by Dawkins himself, he has spoken in less than glowing terms about Karen Armstrong, the historian and theologian. I know calling people 'foolish' and referring to their efforts as 'masturbation' is all part of the cut and thrust of academic wrangling but this usually takes place only within specific disciplines; biologists usually only make rude remarks about other biologists, theologians about other theologians, so these interdisciplinary insults are something of an anomaly. It would make sense (kind of) if Armstrong was saying something that flew in the face of the empirical and rational claims that Dawkins champions, but as far as I can see she doesn't do this. He just doesn't seem to like the brand of poetry that she touts, which is...
A foray into whether religion causes violence.