This debate is a refutation of Dr. Richard Carrier's article, "Cosmology and the Quran", in which he attempt to point out that Islam is incompatible with modern science.
The debate took place over the infidelguy radio show.
Since the debate, Dr. Carrier has revised his article and removed many of the gross errors, but yet, he left in and reworded many of his false arguments.
Thus, Dr. Carrier was unsuccessful in demonstrating even a single scientific error in the Quran.
The original article is no longer on the internet. Dr. Carrier writes for The Secular Web on Infidels.org
The Topic of Debate: Cosmology and the Qur'an
Nadir Ahmed (www.Examinethetruth.com)
Dr. Richard Carrier (www.Infidels.org)
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