"You must believe in Allah, His messengers, His holly books, in the last day and life after death." [HADITH] Basically this Hadith explains the whole Islamic belief and testifies that the belief in last day and life after death is necessary as this gives the meaning to this life and purpose for it. Muslims believe that God does not create any thing without a purpose. So, there is a purpose to this life and after... ... middle of paper ... ...his emphasis that the good will be rewarded and go to heaven and bad is going to go in to hell a punishment. After looking at the views of two different religions about the same topic, 'life after death', I found that there is no lot difference between the concepts of events thought to be taken place at the judgement day e.g.
The basic beliefs of Islam are summed up in this statement of Faith. "I believe in Allah, his angels, his books and prophets and the Day of judgment". The Angel Gabriel brought Allah's message to Muhammad They believe the purpose of life is to submit to G-d, and obtain paradise after death. They way to achieve salvation is to follow the Qur'an, and Five Pillars of Islam. Although many religions have different sects; which, may share different ideas just like in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
This paper is a general theological descriptive research on salvation. Also, is how an individual may get to salvation plus some of the diverse Christian beliefs on the redemption order. This author attempts to show the reader a tiny sample, of a far-reaching subject, salvation, but God, the Rock, loves the world, and he is beyond it all, and he sent his son Jesus to save, reveal and restore the world. The paper 's base ideas are coming from the volume "The Mosaic of Christian Belief" by Roger Olsen. The goal is to continue to reveal God firstly, define salvation, also discussed, the individual coming to God.
God will bless anyone who blesses Abram, but will place a curse on anyone who attempts to cur... ... middle of paper ... ...o to be a better person. They both lay the foundation for the coming of Jesus and make it so that one no longer has to make an animal sacrifice to be forgiven of sin. All someone has to do is to confess that he or she has faith in Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. Works Cited Barker, Kenneth L.. Zondervan NIV study Bible: New International Version. 2008 update.
Muslims are told that Allah does not love “those who do wrong, and that each person must earn his or her own salvation. One must love Allah in order for Allah to love that person” (Caner). In Christianity, we are told in the scriptures that God loved his people first and that being the loving God that He is, He sent his Son to die for our sins (which can be seen in Romans 5:8 and 1 Corinthians 15: 3-4). Due to the Islamic belief that one must earn their own salvation, this means that there is no security of salvation. Muslims must pray, fast, worship, give their money, and make a pilgrimage to Mecca.
Concerning the goal of life, the Christianity religion 's goal is salvation that involves working for peace and just in the world. They have the responsibility to emulate what Christ did through the social practices and religious practices that demonstrate Jesus will. The Islam religions on the other hand have their different goals. Their goal is that humans must submit to the will of God. They believe that in order for an individual to gain paradise after death, he or she should submit to the will of God.
In his introduction, Arrington reviews the Biblical doctrine of salvation and how that it is the heart of the Christian faith. He asserts that the significance of Soteriology is to show all that God has done to set us free from the bondage of sin and guilt in order to bring us to the glorious condition of blessedness that Christians enter when Christ returns from heaven (21). In the New Testament, Arrington states that the words save and salvation have a wide range of meanings. Those meanings include strong physical components in that faith in Jesus saves and that salvation offers options such as deliverance from enemies and bodily health but it is predominately used in the New Testament as delivering us from sin. His focus is on how God used Christ and his death at Calvary and that the writers of the gospels utilize narratives on the P... ... middle of paper ... ...me ideology of Christ and how he was the only one that could fill the need for the perfect sacrifice.
Others may have faith in another being of their religion. Look at the Islamic faith; they believe their God (Allah) to not have a son. In The Holy Bible, King James version Jesus says”unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me” (John 14: 6). There will be confusion on theology and faith throughout the future of our lives, but it’s what we discern in our religious beliefs that will determine our walk in righteousness to be with our heavenly Father. So as we grew up as
The Book of Proverbs The book of Proverbs explains the wisdom of the Lord and the duties towards God and our parents. We should praise God for his wisdom because He created us and the world. God tells us that we need to be prepared when we serve Him because He will judge us when we die. We need to accept whatever falls upon us and make the best of it like God would want us to do. The book of Proverbs tells us that we need to cling on to Him which to me that means we should follow His teachings and do whatever it takes to be with God so we can share in God's life in heaven.
“And God almighty bless thee, and make thee fruitful, and multiply thee, that thou mayest be a multitude of people” (Genesis 28:3, The New King James Version). Christians understand that though they live in a fallen world, God promised that he would never leave or forsake them. They rely on God's provision and have confidence that he will provide for their needs. So, one can see that there are basic principles that are accounted for the Christian worldview. There are more principles, but the ones explained above are representative of Christianity's perspective, truth, and how it influences belief and action.