The Fallacy of “Don’t Judge Me”

Correct Idea: We all sin, therefore no one can judge another person. Correct Interpretation: I am a sinner, therefore I have no right to assume...

The Incoherence of Moral Progress

Liberal secular progressives (including humanists, atheists, reformists, etc.) think there is nothing wrong with morality changing over time and view it as a natural,...

The Moral Question on Homosexuality

In response to my essay on homosexuality, a lot of people have asked me why I didn't address the political side of the issue...

The Logical End of Democracy

Democracy in action. They should just continue to put the same referendum on whether the UK should stay in the EU up for a...

Premarital Sex is Not a “Victim-less Crime”

People sometimes jokingly ask, why is it that driving requires a license, but you can have children without a license or any kind of...

Alcohol and Freedom

Alcohol and Freedom One of the common lines you hear is that Islam does not respect freedom of choice. This is highlighted by Islam's prohibition...

Liberalism Doesn’t See Anything Wrong with Incest

If you look at the commentary on social media in reaction to this, all the usual liberal talking points are repeated ad nauseam. "These are...

The Logical Direction of Morality

We often hear that Islamic law needs to get with the times. We often hear the argument that clearly our world differs from the...

Who Are Liberals Exactly?

Clarification on Liberalism When I criticize liberalism, my target isn't the political left. Liberalism can mean one of two things: 1) political liberalism in the sense...

Sometimes, the Right Explanation is Key to Obedience

Does Islam Need Explanation? A young man came to the Prophet ﷺ and said: “O Messenger of Allah, give me permission to commit zina (fornication).” The...