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Further Analogies for: Three Perspectives on Abraham’s Defense against Kant’s Charge of Immoral Conduct

A rearrangement of, and an addition to, the analogies used in the original essay on Abraham’s defense against Kant’s charge of immoral conduct.

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Some Muslim thinking regarding martyrdom.

A concise presentation of the elements in obtaining a paradise due to the sincerity of the conscientious Muslim martyr and aspiring martyr. Inspired by the troubled young Muslim of Chattanooga.

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Are Christianity and Islam Inherently Dangerous?

Kant considers Christianity to be fundamentally a moral religion, while Islam is extortionist. A discussion of this along with other concerns about Islam, and how Christianity and Islam can both assure the world that neither Christian nor Muslim may understand any alleged communication from God as calling for something understood to be immoral, e.g., the slaying of innocent children.

Continue Leave a Comment April 30, 2013

Defense of Muslim/Jewish/Christian Abraham

The case of the Jewish/Christian Abraham is unifed with that of the Muslim Abraham for a single defense for the “true” Abraham. Abraham is innocent of Kant’s charges. He acted entirely for the sake of his son.

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Defense of Jewish/Christian Abraham

Unifying the defense of Abraham from the Jewish and Christian perspective. The binding of Isaac was for his own good, not unlike the good that arises through the pain of a surgeon’s knife.

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