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  1. Theistic Traditionalism was morally bankrupt

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    • Great, another atheist dropping one sentence statements and moonwalking out and thinking himself to be victorious.

      Everything in the quote is true. The moral bankruptcy is an atheist/secular creation. Amazing how you twist it. The London he described in that day is the world of today, only MUCH MUCH worse.

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  2. What happen to your Twitter account br Paul? Why is it showing suspended? Did you get any reason in the mail?

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  3. Great, another atheist dropping one sentence statements and moonwalking out and thinking himself to be victorious.

    Everything in the quote is true. The moral bankruptcy is an atheist/secular creation. Amazing how you twist it. The London he described in that day is the world of today, only MUCH MUCH worse.

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  4. Bro – what happened to your twitter account??!!

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  5. Hopefully we are not witnessing another Ijaz Ahmad style takeover of borther Paul’s excellent work!

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  6. Hey Paul, hope you are all right. The silence here is eerie and uncharacteristic. What’s going on? Put up something so we know you’re OK.

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  7. There is something fishy going on, I can feel it. Paul, did you leave Islam (again)?

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  8. I am sorry if that came across as inappropriate. That was not my intention. I think Paul does important work. It is just frustrating, nobody says anything, posts and comments go unanswered. Somebody must know something.
    Do you know anything Stewjo004?

    Anybody?

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