04-15-2013, 07:43 AM
Greetings and peace be with you abo mussaab;Reply
Thanks for sharing, my initial thoughts were that the video ignores God, because God chooses whom he wills, God seems to give us a fixed world view through our religion.
But the aim of critical thinking seems to draw us to a profound conclusion of living together, needing answers for our collective future. If we were to think critically, does our religion lead us to live collectively together with people who believe the same as us, or can we live collectively with all people?
I guess the bottom line might be peace on Earth with justice for all people, the poor, marginalised, refugees and the starving regardless of beliefs.
I have watched a couple of the other videos linked to the critical thinking one above, and they are very anti religious. In theory critical thinking should lead everyone to the same kind of conclusion, I sense these have another agenda apart from getting on together.
04-15-2013, 08:24 AM
From a youtube comment.
This is a good video on critical thinking, but I fear you may be overlooking something very important: Truth
. Whatever is true does not depend on how you reach a truth value on i
t. Furthermore, even a very wise man using critical thinking skills can reach the wrong conclusion.
Only God has the truth, Critical thinking should be good for anything else other than what has already been taught by God.
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