Mocking and belittling not a good or a moral humane behavior of the Atheists

Following comments were exchanged between paarsurrey and others @

paarsurrey to Wetzel:

I think mocking and belittling is not a good or a moral humane behavior on the part of the scientists, if they do it.

The truthful revealed religions represented by the stalwarts like Krishna, Buddha, Zoroaster, Moses, Socrates, Jesus, Muhammad and Mirza Ghulam Ahmad have never opposed the scientists or the science. If anyone of them have; somebody please quote from them.

These stalwarts and their Revealed Word was to guide the human beings in the ethical,moral and spiritual realms and they confined themselves to these realms.

The scientific and material endeavors have been left free for human inquiry and investigations as these are in the secular realm.

xscd @ paarsurrey

Could you please translate your comments into simple English, or condense your basic point(s) into a comprehensible and succinct summary statement? Thank you.

If you’re saying that science and religion are mutually exclusive, there would be a lot of people who would disagree with you. Many religious people believe in evolution and God simultaneously, and regard the creation myth of the Bible’s Genesis and other creation myths as just that.

paarsurrey @ xscd

The Truthful Revealed Religion is the Word of the One-True-God; and the science having its basis in the nature is the Work of the One-True-God (Allah Allah Yahweh Ahura-Mazda Parmeshawara Ishawara) . since the Word and Work belong to the same personage; if truthfully understood, both are not and cannot be contradictory.

I think it would help.

English is not my mother language; if I have not been able to express it fully; one may ask me another question, please.


xscd @ paarsurrey

Thank you. That additional response clarified your position.

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5 Responses to “Mocking and belittling not a good or a moral humane behavior of the Atheists”

  1. jasonjshaw Says:

    Mocking and belittling exposes a lack of compassion likely rooted in a lack of understanding. I think it’s that simple, regardless of who it comes from.


    • paarsurrey Says:

      The New Atheists, as I understand, have adopted to ridicule and to mock the differing human beings as a matter of policy instead of concentrating on to their arguments.

      I think it is their lack of confidence in the correctness of their ideology or perhaps it denotes of having finished their stocks of reasoning.

      I however respect them as long as they remain committed to reason; if they start to ridicule and to mock then I prefer to withdraw myself from the discussion.


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