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09-01-2013, 10:00 AM
God + Allah = ?
It is a Drishtantoist question. Drishtantoism, established by Shobuj
Taposh, follows the equation: God + Allah = there is nothing, though
theist and atheist will/may say that the equation is the crop of bizarre
thought and God+ Allah= 0 respectively. To say mathematically, God +
God = 2God (If Allah = God), or Allah + Allah = 2Allah (If God = Allah),
and to say synthetically it might be ‘God + Allah = Gallohad’. But
Allah cannot be God. It is believed that Allah has sent The Koran, and
God has sent the Bible. If the Quran and the Bible are not the same
matter, God is not equal to Allah. So God + Allah = there is nothing
(‘nothing’ not amounting to 0). Moreover, because of being a number, the
sum total of the two may not be 0. Again God ≠ Allah. Because all the
Christians do not regard the Koran, do not believe Allah; and hence do
not maintain the Eid festivals. In reverse order, all the Muslims do not
regard the Bible, do not believe God; and hence do not maintain the
Christmas Day. For this, Drishtantoism doesn’t give importance to any
divine/Godly matter.

God + Allah = there is nothing. Is the equation right or true?
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09-01-2013, 11:26 AM
RE: God + Allah = ?
(09-01-2013 10:00 AM)ShaSha1 Wrote:  It is a Drishtantoist question. Drishtantoism, established by Shobuj
Taposh, follows the equation: God + Allah = there is nothing, though
theist and atheist will/may say that the equation is the crop of bizarre
thought and God+ Allah= 0 respectively. To say mathematically, God +
God = 2God (If Allah = God), or Allah + Allah = 2Allah (If God = Allah),
and to say synthetically it might be ‘God + Allah = Gallohad’. But
Allah cannot be God. It is believed that Allah has sent The Koran, and
God has sent the Bible. If the Quran and the Bible are not the same
matter, God is not equal to Allah. So God + Allah = there is nothing
(‘nothing’ not amounting to 0). Moreover, because of being a number, the
sum total of the two may not be 0. Again God ≠ Allah. Because all the
Christians do not regard the Koran, do not believe Allah; and hence do
not maintain the Eid festivals. In reverse order, all the Muslims do not
regard the Bible, do not believe God; and hence do not maintain the
Christmas Day. For this, Drishtantoism doesn’t give importance to any
divine/Godly matter.

God + Allah = there is nothing. Is the equation right or true?


The equation is meaningless. Drinking Beverage

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09-01-2013, 12:00 PM
RE: God + Allah = ?
Nothing and nothing is still nothing.

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09-01-2013, 02:39 PM
RE: God + Allah = ?
I have edited your equation appropriately and substituted the currently empirically non-evident subjects of the first post, with other empirically non-evident things. Please tell me how it is any different.

It is a unicornist question. unicornism, established by Lalaboopeda
Banana, follows the equation: Unicorn + Leprechaun = there is nothing, though
theist and atheist will/may say that the equation is the crop of bizarre
thought and Unicorn+ Leprechaun= 0 respectively. To say mathematically, Unicorn +
Unicorn = 2Unicorn (If Leprechaun = Unicorn), or Leprechaun + Leprechaun = 2Leprechaun (If Unicorn = Leprechaun),
and to say synthetically it might be ‘Unicorn + Leprechaun = Unichaun’. But
Leprechaun cannot be Unicorn. It is believed that Leprechaun has sent The Book of Leprechaun, and
Unicorn has sent the Book of Unicorn. If the Book of Leprechaun and the Book of Unicorn are not the same
matter, Unicorn is not equal to Leprechaun. So Unicorn + Leprechaun = there is nothing
(‘nothing’ not amounting to 0). Moreover, because of being a number, the
sum total of the two may not be 0. Again Unicorn ≠ Leprechaun. Because all the
Unicornists do not regard the Book of Leprechaun, do not believe Leprechaun; and hence do
not maintain the False festivals. In reverse order, all the Leprechaunists do not
regard the Book of Unicorn, do not believe Unicorn; and hence do not maintain the
Unicorn Day. For this, Unicornism doesn’t give importance to any
divine/Unicornly matter.

Unicorn + Leprechaun = there is nothing. Is the equation right or true?
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09-01-2013, 02:52 PM
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(09-01-2013 10:00 AM)ShaSha1 Wrote:  God + Allah = there is nothing. Is the equation right or true?
I'm surprised that nobody seems to have noticed that the question "Is the equation right or true?" is nonsensical because both options are the same thing. It's like asking "Am I right or am I correct?".

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09-01-2013, 02:57 PM
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(09-01-2013 02:52 PM)Vosur Wrote:  
(09-01-2013 10:00 AM)ShaSha1 Wrote:  God + Allah = there is nothing. Is the equation right or true?
I'm surprised that nobody seems to have noticed that the question "Is the equation right or true?" is nonsensical because both options are the same thing. It's like asking "Am I right or am I correct?".
Are unicorns true or correct? Are leprechauns?

Neither, because we have nothing to prove they exist. As Chas said, it's a meaningless equation.
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09-01-2013, 02:59 PM
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(09-01-2013 02:52 PM)Vosur Wrote:  
(09-01-2013 10:00 AM)ShaSha1 Wrote:  God + Allah = there is nothing. Is the equation right or true?
I'm surprised that nobody seems to have noticed that the question "Is the equation right or true?" is nonsensical because both options are the same thing. It's like asking "Am I right or am I correct?".
It appears Terse and Deadly noticed that, (I assume). Damn effeminate bitch. Tongue Weeping

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09-01-2013, 03:03 PM
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(09-01-2013 02:59 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  
(09-01-2013 02:52 PM)Vosur Wrote:  I'm surprised that nobody seems to have noticed that the question "Is the equation right or true?" is nonsensical because both options are the same thing. It's like asking "Am I right or am I correct?".
It appears Terse and Deadly noticed that, (I assume). Damn effeminate bitch. Tongue Weeping
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09-01-2013, 04:22 PM (This post was last modified: 09-01-2013 04:27 PM by Bucky Ball.)
RE: God + Allah = ?
(09-01-2013 10:00 AM)ShaSha1 Wrote:  It is a Drishtantoist question. Drishtantoism, established by Shobuj
Taposh, follows the equation: God + Allah = there is nothing, though
theist and atheist will/may say that the equation is the crop of bizarre
thought and God+ Allah= 0 respectively. To say mathematically, God +
God = 2God (If Allah = God), or Allah + Allah = 2Allah (If God = Allah),
and to say synthetically it might be ‘God + Allah = Gallohad’. But
Allah cannot be God. It is believed that Allah has sent The Koran, and
God has sent the Bible. If the Quran and the Bible are not the same
matter, God is not equal to Allah. So God + Allah = there is nothing
(‘nothing’ not amounting to 0). Moreover, because of being a number, the
sum total of the two may not be 0. Again God ≠ Allah. Because all the
Christians do not regard the Koran, do not believe Allah; and hence do
not maintain the Eid festivals. In reverse order, all the Muslims do not
regard the Bible, do not believe God; and hence do not maintain the
Christmas Day. For this, Drishtantoism doesn’t give importance to any
divine/Godly matter.

God + Allah = there is nothing. Is the equation right or true?
However, in a way he is correct. Yahweh, (the "Western" god), is NOT Allah. We have demonstrated that in the "Ask a Muslim" thread.
http://www.thethinkingatheist.com/forum/...k+a+muslim
It was common for Arabs, when encountering new gods, to claim they were, (as long as they were monotheistic), a "manifestation" of Allah. In fact, Allah came from the Arabic god "Sin", (or Al-Illah). So no matter how much Muslims protest that they ARE the same, and in fact it's a part of their faith system that Ole Mo was just one of the prophets, (the "last and greatest" .. of course, what else would you expect them to say ?? Weeping ), the differences between Judaism and Islam are not reconcilable, for countless reasons.
It is a common incorrect assertion of many people, including many Christians, that Islam is one of the 3 great "Abrahamic" religions. In fact, it is not.

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09-01-2013, 04:26 PM
RE: God + Allah = ?
I don't understand the point of this equation, it is as invented and useless as the gods in question.

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