2021 Top Ten of Polemic for Religion

Institute for Creation Research
The Institute for Creation Research (ICR) is a Creationist apologetics institute in Dallas, Texas that specializes in media promotion of pseudoscientific creation science and interpretation of the Genesis creation narrative as a historical event. The ICR adopts the Bible as an inerrant and literal documentary of scientific and historical fact as well as religious and moral truths, and espouses a Young Earth creationist worldview. It rejects evolutionary biology, which it views as a corrupting moral and
Bhanumati (Mahabharata)
Bhanumati is the wife of Duryodhana, the main antagonist of the epic Mahabharata. Originally unnamed in the epic, the name of Duryodhana's wife is found in later versions. Bhanumati has a son Laxman Kumara and a daughter, Lakshmanaa. It is described that Duryodhana loved her immensely
Ancient Egyptian religion
Ancient Egyptian religion was a complex system of polytheistic beliefs and rituals that formed an integral part of ancient Egyptian culture. It centered on the Egyptians' interactions with many deities believed to be present in, and in control of the world. Rituals such as prayer and offerings were provided to the gods to gain their favor. Formal religious practice centered on the pharaohs, the rulers of Egypt, believed to possess divine powers by virtue of their positions. They acted as intermediaries
Scientology and celebrities
Recruiting Scientologist celebrities and getting them to endorse Scientology to the public at large has always been very important to the Church of Scientology. Scientology has had a written program governing celebrity recruitment since at least 1955, when L. Ron Hubbard created "Project Celebrity", offering rewards to Scientologists who recruited targeted celebrities. Early interested parties included former silent-screen star Gloria Swanson and jazz pianist Dave Brubeck. A Scientology policy letter of
Dhumavati is one of the Mahavidyas, a group of ten Hindu Tantric goddesses. Dhumavati represents the fearsome aspect of Devi, the Hindu Divine Mother. She is often portrayed as an old, ugly widow, and is associated with things considered inauspicious and unattractive in Hinduism, such as the crow and the Chaturmas period. The goddess is often depicted on a horseless chariot or riding a crow, usually in a cremation ground. She carries a winnowing basket in one hand which is supposed to carry poverty away
Ayin and Yesh
Ayin is an important concept in Kabbalah and Hasidic philosophy. It is contrasted with the term Yesh. According to kabbalistic teachings, before the universe was created there was only Ayin, and the first manifest Sephirah, Chochmah (Wisdom), "comes into being out of Ayin." In this context, the sephirah Keter, the Divine will, is the intermediary between the Divine Infinity and Chochmah. Because Keter is a supreme revelation of the Ohr Ein Sof, transcending the manifest sephirot, it is sometimes excluded
Salatut Tasbih
Salatul Tasbih is better known as Tasbih's Salat. Here, Tasbih means "Subhanallahi wal Hamdulillahi, wala Ilaha Illallahu, wallahu Akbar". In which salat those tasbihs are read, that kind of salat is known as Salatul Tasbih. It is not like the mandatory five period of salats, but a special kind of salat. Muhammad advised his Ummahs to pray this salat for at least one time in their life
God in Christianity
God in Christianity is the eternal Supreme Being who created and preserves all things. Christians believe in a monotheistic conception of God, which is both transcendent and immanent. Christian teachings on the transcendence, immanence, and involvement of God in the world and his love for humanity exclude the belief that God is of the same substance as the created universe but accept that God's divine nature was hypostatically united to human nature in the person of Jesus Christ, in a unique event known as
Maghrib prayer
The Maghrib prayer is one of the five mandatory salah. As an Islamic day starts at sunset, the Maghrib prayer is technically the first prayer of the day. If counted from midnight, it is the fourth prayer of the day
Wives of Karna
In the Hindu epic Mahabharata, the wife of the warrior Karna is unnamed and in the Stri Parva of the epic, she is mentioned as the mother of Vrishasena and Sushena, the most prominent sons of Karna, Supriya