Islam apologism

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Comment by Andrew Brown on February 15, 2017 at 4:27pm

1) No True Scotsman Fallacy

2) True in some cases, but need evidence.

3) Possibly true in some cases, but need evidence.

4) Religion has something to do with it. Maybe not everything.

5) Politics has something to do with it. Maybe not everything.

6) That is true in many cases, but requires evidence.

7) That is true, but it is a redirect or avoidance.

8) That is true, but it is a redirect or avoidance.

9) I do not. Others do. I will talk to you when you talk to me; no violence.

10) Maybe a little, but it is unavoidable as I am human with bias. Insults do not bother me.

When does a conversation become an argument? On a disagreement. All parties must be fully truthful to the exact question. The question should state the context in which the question is asked. Please ask the correct question without using assumptions to which all parties do not agree.

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