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A religious man does not want to hear any thing against his religion. In the same sense will a secularist also behave and will not like to listen against secularism?

Asked by SATYAPRAKASH AGRAWAL, 25 Mar '09 11:17 am
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SP, you have really put a very valued qn in my opinion. I believe that a true religious man can always patiently adhear the other religious people. I'm of the strong opinion that our ancient "AVATARS" like "Ramkrishna Paramhansa", "Nemai Chaitanyadeb" etc. used to make any difference between the religions. In fact, they were true seculars. A true secular may worship of his own God but he can not look down upon other religious people or, their culture. Thanks.
Answered by ashis, 25 Mar '09 11:25 am

 
  
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Yes, but secularist unable to give proof in his consent as Allah says in the Noble Quran"(2:23) And if you be in doubt whether the Book We have sent down to Our Servant is from Us or not, then produce, at least, one Surah like this24 . You may call all your associates to assist you and avail yourselves of the help of any one other than Allah. If you are genuine in your doubt, do this.
Answered by yusuf syed, 25 Mar '09 12:18 pm

 
  
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Yes, he too behave as was done by religious man.
Answered by mohd yousuf, 25 Mar '09 11:20 am

 
  
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So we have amicably agreed to disagree and be friends forever :-)) I am happy to have a friend like you Dear SPA.
Answered by Aditya Misra, 25 Mar '09 11:19 am

 
  
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Yes it is human nature, but the qualified and educated people can judge between more practical, true and correct for whole man kind and healthy societies.
Answered by SATTAYAM, 25 Mar '09 12:51 pm

 
  
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It is time to be moderate
and not expect everyone like you
Answered by anil garg, 23 May '10 06:50 pm

 
  
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This is just saying others faith is blind belief for us and viceversa dear
Answered by Dinesh C S, 24 Jul '09 08:54 am

 
  
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