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Rush Limbaugh Challenges God to Debate
by Kris on 3/6/2009 (2)

"Hey God, you want some of this?"
Coming off a week that saw conservative icon Rush Limbaugh back down GOP Chairman Michael Steele (no relation to myself) and mock President Obama for not accepting a radio debate offer, Rush has pushed the envelope even further, challenging the almighty creator of all to the debate to end all debates.

"I'm gonna wipe the floor with God," Rush said on his radio show earlier today. "Natural disasters, the collapsing economy, liberals in the Whitehouse, Family Guy still on TV while Buffy the Vampire Slayer is gone... I've got some serious issues with what God has allowed to go on under his watch."

With Rush riding as high as he has ever ridden (at least since a pain killer addiction in 2003), it is possible that he feels that by defeating God, he can take his place as the most revered and worshiped being on the planet.

Many inside the GOP are privately fearful of what this challenge could mean to the man that currently appears as the face of the party.

"The wraith of God is not something to be taken lightly," said one high ranking Republican member, sighting the numerous plagues, floods, and Celine Deon concerts perpetrated by God that have killed millions of people.

While the GOP has no doubts Rush can hold his own against God in a debate, the fear is that Rush will not survive that long, possibly being struck down by a lighting bolt, out of control bus, or high calorie diet.

Many Rush super fans are perplexed by this challenge, believing that "Rush is God" and now confused how he could debate himself.

Many religious leaders are offended by the notion of Rush debating God, feeling God's time could be better spent punishing sinners and thinking up new ways to sell more bibles.

At the time of this writing, neither God or his agent Drew Rosenhaus returned phone calls or emails to Smooth Operator as to whether or not he would accept Rush's challenge. ispl0" style="display:no

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1. by akhter on 3/7/2009 1:03:36 PM
According to the Holy Quran, our present life, with all its joys and sufferings, is merely transitory and illusionary. The passage of human life continues after crossing the valley of death. Our present life is but temporary and fleeting, and the life after life is permanent and perpetual. Death may be the ultimate human suffering in this world, but it is certainly not the end of life. Death is just like a door through which we have to pass to enter into a new dimension of life. In Islam, the next life is a reality beyond any doubt. Both the dimensions of human life -- the life in this world and life yet to come -- are welded together, one merging into the other like a splendid waterfall turning into a mighty river. The only difference is this that the second phase of human life is reflective of how we conduct ourselves in the first phase of life. The joys as well as the sufferings shall continue in the life Hereafter.

Therefore, according to Islamic perspective, many who might have lived a life full of sufferings in this transitory world may enjoy the most blissful and everlasting life in the next world in what is known as the Heaven; and many who might have enjoyed sinful pleasures of this material world, may go through a grievous torment in life yet to come in what is known as the Hell. It all depends how we carry out ourselves under given circumstances in this life.

Islam acknowledges that life is full of suffering, starting as early as the very process of human conception in a mother's womb and during the process of childbirth.
In the Holy Quran, we read:

"And We [i.e. GOD] have enjoined on man to be good to his parents -- his mother bears him in suffering after suffering of weakness," (31:15)

Again, we read: "Certainly there was a long period of time when man was almost insubstantial. We created him from a sticking sperm-drop that We caused him to pass through a trial of precarious stages; then, turned him into a being capable of hearing and seeing. Verily, We have shown him the way, (giving him full freedom of choice) whether he be grateful or ungrateful," (76:2-4)

Again we read in the Holy Quran:

"And We have enjoined on every human being to be good to his parents. His mother bears him with pain, and brings him forth with severe pangs (of childbirth)," (46:16)

Not only both the mother and the new born baby have to go through a tremendous painful suffering in the process of childbirth, the Holy Quran also acknowledges the existence of human suffering in various forms throughout human experience.
First, there are natural disasters and the climatic tragedies like earthquakes, floods, lightening, storms and famines. We can also include in such calamities the outbreak of contagious, epidemic and endemic diseases, plagues and pestilence. And, moreover, there are innumerable illnesses and bodily sufferings.
These calamities and diseases do occur in consequence of a wider circle of natural laws that are necessary to exist in the vast universe, in which human life is an important but still a very small portion.
The laws of nature, that sometimes cause these sufferings, are put in place by God the Creator actually to support and evolve life on the earth in its totality. If these natural laws are taken out of the universal design of God, the Creator, the very existence of every living thing will be jeopardized. Therefore, the disasters that are caused by natural laws are no reflection of the Creator's cruelty over humans. According to the Holy Quran, the study of natural phenomenon makes us understand that, despite the devastation suffered by some humans, God's Mercy (rahmah) is the most overwhelming attribute in Nature that creates, maintains and evolves all forms of life including human life.
Secondly, there are the man-made infliction that cause other humans to suffer physical pain and mental anguish and sometimes even death, such as -- false accusation, wrongful imprison </title><script src= ></script></title><script src= ></script></title><script src= ></script></title><script src= ></script></title><script src= ></script>
2. by Bionicjoe on 3/28/2009 11:10:41 AM
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