He stressed that Islam is and always will be a monotheistic, ethical religion. I agree with this statement and with the education of the youth and the world, others will see that Islam is not evil or that much different from Christianity in faith. In his randomness he also hit on the ideas of sin. In Islam Ma’arvt and Mounkar are the Islamic terms for what Christians call sinless and sinful acts or the expectable and not expectable behaviors. From these aspects of faith one can seek justice and morality through God, the one who wills and acts justly.
Unfortunately, one issue that the world is lacking is religious toleration; whether it is visible or obscure. In relation to the principles of justice, both Christianity and Islam have some correlations and historically has the same root sources. Therefore, there is a opportunity for peace and understanding if people attend these principles. As far as faith it might be concerned the most prominent in my life is my religion. I believe that I can master being the best Muslim I could be; Allah (SWT) will help make everything else fall into position.
The idea of a united community is a concept that both the Muslims and Puritans share. In Wintrhop’s sermon he says, “we must be knit together in this work as one man… commerce together, rejoice together, mourn together, labor and suffer together.” Winthrop hoped that religion would help unite the Puritan community by forcing its members to indulge in the same religious ideology. This is similar to the Muslim practice of coming together in order to pray to Allah. The Quran states that people should, “strive together…Towards all that is good,” and that, “Allah will bring you Together,” (2:148). Muslims from all around the world participate in a pilgrimage to Mecca, also known as the Hajj.
I began to learn about different prophe... ... middle of paper ... ...y day where all adherents are obligated to go to a group prayer. Despite these significant similarities, the difference keeps the followers of the two religions apart. My religion considers Jesus to be a great prophet of god and we respect Jesus just like any Abraham, Moses and Muhammad. On the other hand, Christian consider Jesus as the son of god, a notion we Muslims cannot accept. However, I think it’s time for people to overlook the diffrences and embrace the commonalties.
Islam does have many differences from the other two religions but it does preach a message of tolerance. Mohammad said, “Whoever hurts a person from the people of the book it will be as though he hurt me personally.” Islam is closer to Christianity and Judaism then they are to each other since it recognizes both as divine religions where Christians have already seen their Messiah and the Jewish people are still awaiting his appearance. (Islam ... ... middle of paper ... ...he concept of confession is also a foreign topic to Muslims. Forgiveness is a central part of the Islamic faith, however they believe that when a person seeks absolution it is between that individual and God. Muslims do not believe a third party needs to be involved.
They believed all Muslims should be faithful and sincere to their God (Allah). The Islam religion also believess in becoming unique from other people and do good deeds all the time and in case of any misconduct there are consequences. The Muslim also believe in brotherhood, they like to take care and associate well with the people of the same faith than the people of different faith. Concerning the afterlife issues, Christianity religion also belief that there is eternal life after death. They also belief that a person would go to heaven forever if he or she has been doing good things
A second similarity lies in their belief in a God and a prophet. Islam tolerates other beliefs and grants freedom to worship all religions. Though similar in some ways Christianity, one major way difference does exist. The difference lies in the view of Jesus Christ and his overall importance. Muslims respect and revere Jesus, and wait his "Second Coming".
However when they attempt to criticize the differing sects of Christianity they have no basis for argument as they themselves have had a similar split of beliefs between the Sunnis and Shi’ites. However I do think it prudent that the Muslims integrated societal law to be religious law because in emphasizes the necessity for there to be a non-secular set up to ingrain religious practice. The fact of the matter is that Muslims and Christians were in undesirable contact because of Muslims migrating into the empire or Christians and jews fleeing persecution, setting up churches, and developing a distinct arab Christian culture. Christians too had discrepance’s with the Muslims because the bible explained that Ishmael would a wild person against the will of everyone, and everyone against him. Simply that passage from Genesis 16 explained their violent bloodthirsty behavior and forever labeled them outsiders as claimed by the word of god.
(Chapter 60, Verse 8). This tells Muslims that all people should be treated kindly and equally. Peace in both Christianity and Islam is promoted by Peace organizations two examples of both Christian and Islamic peace organization groups include Peace wise Peacemakers, World council of churches, Muslim for peace and Muslim peace fellowship. These organizations contribute to promoting peace in both religions by spreading the word of their lord and how it affects both the adherent and the religion itself. It also educates society and helps them understand the religion better and have a clear understanding of how peace is integrated in their religion.
The two largest religions in the world are Islam and Christianity and they have several facts of contact. Both inbred from Judaism an acceptance of one God, the creator of the world and cares about the beliefs and behavior of human beings. In spite of having some points of principle in common, Christianity and Islam have enormous differences, not merely in beliefs regarding salvation, Christ and forgiveness but in several other fields affecting human attitudes, behavior and daily life. Christians in his time were known by Prophet Mohammad and along with Jews he respected them as “People of the Book”. Due to their monotheism and origins in the revealed Jewish Bible, conquered Christians were extended more freedoms Christians than conquered