Suggested reading by Zia H Shah MD, Chief Editor of the Muslim Times for understanding morality and promoting secularism in every country of the world
Debate: Human Morality, Monotheism and Organized Religion?
Only 15% of the French Believe God is Necessary for Morality
Ted Talk: Achieving Secularism, Gender Equality and Interfaith Tolerance Within Islamic Paradigm
Some Argue Islamism from the Quran and others Secularism and Many argue Both on the Same Day
Why Secularism Is Compatible with the Quran and Sunnah — And an ‘Islamic State’ Is Not
Are Religions Pluralistic or Myopic and Parochial?
Reading the Quran and the Bible Literally Means Demons and Jinns Will Rule Humans
Do Religious or Spiritual People Make More Ethical Employees?
Richard Dawkins admits a world with no God would be immoral
Dr. Zia H Shah’s interview by Voice of Islam: Is Morality Objective or Subjective?
National Geographic Video: All Knowing, All Seeing God Keeps Us Away from Crime and Sin, See the Evidence
The West Needs Islam: Because Ashley Madison Revealed 38 Million Cheating Spouses
63% of Americans say it is NOT necessary to believe in God in order to be moral
If the Atheists and the Christians Debate, Islam Wins!
Religious People Are Less Smart but Atheists Are Psychopaths
If organised mainstream Christianity is on the way out, what will replace it?
Do atheists secretly believe in God? Finnish Study
Kripkean Dogmatism: The Best Metaphor to Understand Religious and Political Debates
Categories: Debate, Morality/moral values, The Muslim Times, Video
In his opening statement William Lane lays out his understanding of morality and defines it well in saying, “Love thy neighbor as thyself!”
But, at age 60, I find all religions and sects extending the best love towards their own kind and all to a lesser or greater degree extend discrimination, prejudice and hate and sometimes more towards others. Here in lies the best contributions of the agnostics and atheists to keep them in peace in our global village and get the religious groups out of their sometimes parochial visions and existence.
This is where rubber meets the road.