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Is the Islamic religion the truth, and is it ethical?

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Does the Qur'an contradict itself?

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  • There are many contradictions in the Qur'an. For instance, it says that men should have no more than four wives, and also asserts that Muhammad lived blamelessly. But Muhammad had 13 wives. Q.E.D.





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Can the Qur'an be verified or disproven by external sources?

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Does the Qur'an encourage unethical behaviour?

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  • The god described in the Qur'an seems not to care much at all about ethics. Just one example of where this impersonal and uncaring entity overlooks blatant sin is where the Qur'an allows men to beat their wives.





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