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The number of problems with

The number of problems with your claims are too numerous for me to want to cover exhaustively, but I will try to touch on the highlights.

1) Are you a proponent of liberty? If so, how do you reconcile this with the idea that there is such a thing as thought crime?

2) Are you a proponent of liberty? If so, how do you reconcile claims that if someone does not believe exactly as you do, they are a bad person?

3) You seem to think that it's OK to lecture others on morality. Doesn't the very belief system you are so vehemently espousing caution against self-righteousness and encourage humbleness?

4) Is it not dogmatic to claim that a moral compass must come from a god, and can have no other source?

5) Is it not even more dogmatic to claim that a moral compass must specifically come from your "God", and can have no other source?

6) Has it ever occurred to you that people can get along in peace and harmony without your being there to tell them how to do it?

7) How will it be possible to end wars and minimize strife in general with people going around and impugning others for not believing exactly as they do? Doesn't minimizing strife come from respecting others?

8) Is it not the primary principle of liberty that as long as no one's rights are violated, people are free to think and act as they choose?