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    Given the recent buzz on TikTok where Osama bin Laden has been mistakenly portrayed as a spokesperson in the Israel-Palestine conflict, it's time to revisit the insightful ideas of Christopher Hitchens.

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    Empirical evidence provides a more reliable foundation for understanding the world around us. However, philosophical speculation and metaphysical inquiries can still contribute to enriching our understanding of reality.

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    The identity of Jesus has been a subject of debate for centuries, with many questioning whether he identifies as God in the New Testament. Despite this, it is clear upon close examination of the text that Jesus does not identify himself as God.

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    The intelligent design movement questions the validity of evolution and posits that certain features of the natural world are best explained by an intelligent cause. While I don't agree with this perspective, I believe it's important to understand the motivations behind it and engage in thoughtful dialogue. One of the issues that I think is left unfilled in discussions of the intelligent design movement is the role of religion in shaping our understanding of science.

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    Optimistic nihilism is the belief that life has no inherent meaning or purpose, but that we should still strive to find happiness and create our own meaning. While this may seem bleak at first, it can actually be liberating. If our time here is limited, why not make the most of it?

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    The Internet has become a breeding ground for conspiracy theories, and while some of them may seem harmless and even funny, others promote ignorance and an unhealthy distrust. In this blog post, we have developed a foolproof system to help people identify and debunk these theories.

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    The topic of abortion has been hotly debated for centuries, with people often turning to religious texts for guidance. The Hebrew Bible, also known as the Old Testament, is no exception. While the Bible does not explicitly state its position on abortion, there are passages that are often cited in discussions about the topic. In this article, we will explore two such passages from the Hebrew Bible and examine the cultural and historical context behind them.

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    The Kalam cosmological argument states that anything that begins to exist has a cause, and since the universe began to exist, it must have a cause, namely God. However, this argument fails to provide any evidence for the existence of God. In this blog, we will provide a professional critique of the Kalam cosmological argument and explain why it cannot bridge the gap between theology and science.

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    The debate on whether sex before marriage is a sin according to the Bible is still ongoing. In this blog, we delve into the historical and cultural contexts of the biblical passages that address the issue and how they have been interpreted throughout history. Discover the evolution of the interpretation of these passages and the relevance of Paul's sexual ethic in contemporary society.

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    The Bible's stance on homosexuality has been a contentious topic for centuries. This blog post examines the truth about the mistranslation of "arsenokoitai" and whether the Bible supports homosexuality.