@thestrangest Thanks for the videos. I watched them. You're taking everything literally
Ok I'll stop you there. You don't get to decide what's literal and what's figurative just to backup your point.
Here's the correct logical thinking.
God created a perfect book : Quran
it is perfect : it should be clear in it what's literal and what's figurative
No book should be so ambiguous that 1 person who reads it becomes an ISIS member, another becames a loving ans kind person
The default is that something should be taken literally if the quran doesn't say that it should be taken figuratively
as the people are in the videos, and verse by verse reading will always give you a misconception of the meaning.
Definition of a misconception:
"a view or opinion that is incorrect because based on faulty thinking or understanding."
Their thinking isn't fauly as i explained so they are not making misconceptions
May i suggest you to do some research of your own ?Forget about the internet, go someplace quiet read the Qur'aan by yourself and the authentic Hadiths. ( btw i heard there are modern versions of the Qur'aan as well so be careful as to what you are using for research - meanings may be distorted )
I'm an ex-muslim. I've likely read the Quran more than you. I'm a Palestinian who was born in Syria and i speak fluent Arabic
You don't have to agree with me at the end don't worry, but atleast you can input your own references from your own understanding.
I usually do that but this time it would have wasted too much time
It would indeed be nice to slice off your fingers, as it's what you are using to spread these idk what to call them, but then again please do not take me literally.
You just said that it would be nice for me to slice off my fingers but i shouldn't take that literally. Welllll. Go fuck yourself