Why Bible critic Dr. Bart Ehrman won’t tackle the Koran
Question: “How about working on the Koran?” Ehrman’s answer: “When I stop valuing my life, that’s what I’ll do.” I believe Ehrman’s response is important to demonstrate the atmosphere in which scholars must operate. The same occurred, of course, within Christianity during the Inquisition.
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Here it is over at jihad Watch:
Biblical critic says he won’t criticize Qur’an because he values his life ([url]http://www.jihadwatch.org/2011/10/biblical-critic-says-he-wont-criticize-quran-because-he-values-his-life.html[/url])
The Origins of Islam ([url]http://www.truthbeknown.com/islam.htm[/url])
Geert Wilders’s ‘Fitna: The Movie’ Review]Geert Wilders’s ‘Fitna: The Movie’ Review ([url]http://www.truthbeknown.com/fitnareview.html[/url])
It’s the Ideology, Stupid ([url]http://www.truthbeknown.com/ideology.htm[/url])
The threat of murder
This chap is by no means the first to say that criticising the religion of peace may be a life threatening folly.
Various British comedianse.g Rory Bremner,Terry Jones have mentioned
that although there’s a mountain of material with which o poke fun at Islam they have a responsibility to their wives and families.
It’s interesting that Billy Connolly has recently been laughing at Islam.
Pat Condell, of course,has become famous as a result of his Islamic “observation”.
Regardless, we MUST ridicule, criticize and take Islam to task at every opportunity and we MUST present a united front. Otherwise, we are lost. Nothing, especially ideology, is above free speech, nothing.
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