Re: "Atheist" Question
Posted By: Ras Heru In Response To: Re: "Atheist" Question (Prince Burridge)
Date: Monday, 30 October 2006, at 11:44 a.m.
In Response To: Re: "Atheist" Question (Prince Burridge)
"Is there a particular reason why you are using Arabic terms?
Good question buddy buddrigde (just joking). here are some reasons to your question:
1.becuz out of the BIG 3 (as discipleofthenile likes to say which correspons to xtianity-judaism-islam), the muslims are the most concrete and most strict in their adherence of who is a "fool" to say God doesnt exist.
2. As long as i have been on Rastafari Speaks, i have displayed the cultures that i have journeyed through. For instance, when i first came on here, i had a christian rastafari mentality. After i saw fallacies in my thinking, i delved into a more "black heart" Rasta. at this time, i also got familiar with the teachings of the Essenes, and had a FIRM foundation in it and saw many similarities between them and my Rastafari idrens. in this phase of my thinking (which isnt a hindrance but actually compliments the truth of what ive always been taught), i am dealing with the so called "mystical" side of "islam" (nation of gods and earths- moorish science etc), and so far, im on the RIGHT track.
3. ALSO, i was a muslim since i was in my mothers womb, and the whole universe, whether your from a different "faith" follows islam. Besides, whats wrong with being diverse in language? P.e.a.c.e
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