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Reza Aslan on the difference between truth and fact in religion

Reza Aslan on the difference between truth and fact in religion

(2:57) Are holy books based on facts? And does it matter? Cenk Uygur interviews Reza Aslan on his new book, God: A Human History. Available from: Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com youtube.com/user/TheYoungTurks

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The daily epistle for the believers.

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The daily epistle for the believers.

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ReligiousNut ReligiousNut (33 days ago)

Reza, you were factually incorrect about the Golden Rule being in the old testament. It is in the new testament in Matthew 7:12

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Reza, you were factually incorrect about the Golden Rule being in the old testament. It is in the new testament in Matthew 7:12

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Guest: COMMYHUNTER (33 days ago)
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Reading direct from the communist manifesto, hilarious really

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Reading direct from the communist manifesto, hilarious really

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