Compare Islam

Are all religions the same? How do I know which is correct? Why should I choose Islam?

Unlike other religions, Islam is not named after its founder or the community of its birth. Islam is an attributive title that signifies obedience to God, the Creator of the Universe. One of its main beauties is that it acknowledges the complete perfection, greatness and uniqueness of God with absolutely no compromises.

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Who deserves to be Worshipped Alone?

Sep 21/2015

Many people “discontent with God” because of the practices of the Church in medieval Europe and because of the claims of “god dwelling in a son”, and that “everyone is born with an original sin”. They “escaped” into worshipping a new theory called “mother nature” as well as the “material world”. Many also adopted the concept of “forgetting about God” and “let us live this life and enjoy it!” not realizing that they have chosen the worship of the “origin god” of Rome: The god of desire!

 
Do we posses the air we breathe? Did we create ourselves or others? Or were we ourselves the Creators? So is it our right to ignore our Creator when we are all in need of Him?

 
The innate nature in man (fitrah) recognizes what is good and bad, what is true and false. With respect to Buddhism, Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, Rastafarianism, etc., all are forms of worship to created beings/things in one form or another. Men and women following these religions were born with the natural inclination of worshipping their Creator, Allaah and recognizing that the Attributes of their Creator must be True, Unique, and All-Perfect. It is their parents who had driven them into their respective traditions.

 
The Creator has Perfect Attributes. He is the First, nothing is before Him. He is the Last, everything ends except Him; the Most High, nothing is above Him; the Most Near, nothing is beyond His reach and his compa [Read More]

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You’re Not Catholic? Why?

Sep 07/2015

Questions from a “Catholic”?

I am Jonabeth from Philippines, I am a roman catholic. I have some questions and I hope u can help me to open my mind:

  1. Is it true that Jesus was crucified?
  2. Is it true that Jesus Christ is the son of God?
  3. Is it true that Jesus Christ got married?
  4. How do u treat Virgin Mary. Who is virgin Mary in Islam?
  5. What is the true meaning of life?
  6. Does Islam believe in life after death?

Hoping u can guide me to the right path by answering all these basics question..

In my own knowledge and belief, i believe that Jesus Christ is a prophet..

How come our priest always telling us that he is the son of GOD..

Thank you so much…hoping to hear from you soon..

Answers:

Peace and Blessings of Almighty God Most High (Salam alaykum wa Rahmatullah) – that’s what the Prophets used to say to their people.

Dear Jonabeth,

You are not a Roman Catholic, you are a beautiful human being, created by God and being Guided by God Almighty Himself.

Why did I say, “You are not a Roman Catholic”?

First of all, because you are from the Philippines, you are a “Philipino” – true?

The Romans forced their religion on people all the way back to the time of Alexander “The Great” (I don’t think he was all that “great” but anyway…). The official Church of Rome a [Read More]

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Islam & Buddhism

Jul 01/2015

Historical criticism has proved that the original teachings of Buddha can never be known. It seems that Gautama Buddha’s teachings were memorized by his disciples. After Buddha’s death a council was held at Rajagaha so that the words of Buddha could be recited and agreed upon. There were differences of opinion and conflicting memories in the council. Opinion of Kayshapa and Ananda who were prominent disciples of Buddha were given preference. A hundred years later, a second council at Vesali was held. Only after 400 years, after the death of Buddha were his teachings and doctrines written down. Little attention was paid regarding its authenticity, genuineness and purity.

BUDDHIST SCRIPTURES
Buddhist Scriptures can be divided into:

A. Pali Literature
The most important of all Buddhist scriptures is the TRI-PITAKA which is in Pali text. It is supposed to be the earliest recorded Buddhist literature which was written in the 1st Century B.C. The Pali literature was monopolized by the Hinayana sect of Buddhism. The TRI-PITAKA or Three Baskets of law is composed of 3 books:

1. Vinaya Pitaka: ‘Rules of Conduct’: A book of discipline a [Read More]

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Islam & Atheism

Jul 01/2015

God Existence

– Atheists might assert that they don’t acknowledge the existence of God. Undeniably there are times — whether during the agonising days of a lingering illness, the seemingly eternal moments of a violent and humiliating mugging, or the split second of anticipating the impact of an imminent car crash — when a person realised the dependence of mankind upon a reality far greater than our own meagre human selves. In such moments of trial, how many stress-induced appeals are made to God, complete with promises of lifelong fidelity? Yet, how few are kept?

Francis Bacon said, God never wrought miracle to convince atheism, because his ordinary works convince it.”1 The lowest elements of God’s creation, though perhaps ordinary works in His terms, are miracles in ours. Take the example of as tiny an animal as a spider. Does anybody really believe that such an extraordinarily intricate creature evolved from primordial soup? Just one of these little miracles can produce up to seven different kinds of silk, some as thin as the wavelength of visible light, but stronger than steel. Silks range from the elastic, sticky strands for entrapment to the non-adhesive drag-lines and frame threads, to the silk for wrapping prey, making the egg sac, etc. The spider can, on demand, not only manufacture its personal choice of the seven silks, but reabsorb, breakdown and remanufacture–self-recycling from the component element [Read More]

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Who deserves to be Worshipped Alone?

Sep 21/2015

Many people “discontent with God” because of the practices of the Church in medieval Europe and because of the claims of “god dwelling in a son”, and that “everyone is born with an original sin”. They “escaped” into worshipping a new theory called “mother nature” as well as the “material world”. Many also adopted the concept of “forgetting about God” and “let us live this life and enjoy it!” not realizing that they have chosen the worship of the “origin god” of Rome: The god of desire!

 
Do we posses the air we breathe? Did we create ourselves or others? Or were we ourselves the Creators? So is it our right to ignore our Creator when we are all in need of Him?

 
The innate nature in man (fitrah) recognizes what is good and bad, what is true and false. With respect to Buddhism, Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, Rastafarianism, etc., all are forms of worship to created beings/things in one form or another. Men and women following these religions were born with the natural inclination of worshipping their Creator, Allaah and recognizing that the Attributes of their Creator must be True, Unique, and All-Perfect. It is their parents who had driven them into their respective traditions.

 
The Creator has Perfect Attributes. He is the First, nothing is before Him. He is the Last, everything ends except Him; the Most High, nothing is above Him; the Most Near, nothing is beyond His reach and his compa [Read More]