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  1. Muslimahaishat

    Should we allow bashing of other religions?

    I'm not gonna argue. Your definition of bashing is different from mine. I don't think there can be a 'loving' way of bashing a religion. If you want to say something about it that you don't agree with or that you can't understand and never will or something you dislike without insulting because it's your personal view point, for me that's not bashing.
  2. Muslimahaishat

    Should we allow bashing of other religions?

    If you want to convert a person to your religion or show them that your religion is the truth, how can you bash it in front of them (or even behind them) if you want them to listen, consider and probably convert? When I was a Christian, if a Muslim had to bash or insult my beliefs because they wanted me to convert I wouldn't even listen. Now as a Muslim if i want to convert someone else I have to consider their feeling and try my best to not seem like i'm insulting but give evidence otherwise keep quiet. People will dislike you if so.
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    Islamification ... some infos you might consider

    BAHAHA oh God stop. *dying with laughter*
  4. Muslimahaishat

    Islamification ... some infos you might consider

    Oh God. I meant 'threats' not treats. lol
  5. Muslimahaishat

    Should we allow bashing of other religions?

    I don't agree with bashing other peoples religion. We should try to learn and understand even if you don't agree with what they do or believe in. Nothing wrong with questionig the religion. You can't really judge just based on the little knowledge you have on a religion so judge or bash it on what you know and are 99.9% sure of.
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    Islamification ... some infos you might consider

    Islam is a complete way of life because it tells us how to live our daily lives. Not only in worship but the way we treat others, our mothers, even the way we should eat. The video is about Islam so it would obviously say that. I'm sure there are teachings like that in Christianity, but as far as I know when I was a Christian we never had the same teachings like Islam on the way to live our daily lives. sigh.... I'm just gonna move away from this thread and Ignore it. All this just makes no sense. 'Muslims will exceed 50% of the world's population by the end of this century' ? hello, do you know how many Muslims revert to Islam every year? If that same amount of people reverted to Hinduism every year they would soon make up 50% of the world population too. Halal food? well like Blue Steel said 'The supermarkets just want to make more money. Catering to everybody = more money' We Muslims can open halal food stores if we wanted too with out the 'treats' (what?!) It's just a part of our religion to not eat meat that Allah(God) was not mentioned on before slaughtering.
  7. Muslimahaishat

    Hi, I'm a Muslim.

    I guess because i'm Muslim and people might think i'm gonna try and convert all of you guys ...which i'm not gonna do btw
  8. Muslimahaishat

    Hi, I'm a Muslim.

    walaykumsalaam
  9. Muslimahaishat

    Gospel of Barnabas

    I was told that a majority of Christians do not believe in the gospel of Barnabas and would not follow it because it is not authentic. Is this true? and why is it not considered as something to be followed? And who were the authors of the book if anyone might know? Thanks
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    Just a few questions I have for Christians....

    But, still how does that explain the oneness Jesus(pbuh), his followers and God all had if Jesus(pbuh) was also God and one with God and his followers were described as being one with God?
  11. Muslimahaishat

    Is suicide immoral?

    I don't know how much this helps but; As people who believe in God we know that life belongs to God. It is never our place to take our own life or someone else's life. 'Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own, you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your body (1 Corinthians 6:19-20).'
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    Hi, I'm a Muslim.

    Yup, I do wear Hijab I only put the title of the thread as 'Hi, i'm a Muslim' so that people will know that before clicking on the thread. Yeah I know it may sound like a stupid title but there's no need to make fun of it.
  13. Muslimahaishat

    Hi, I'm a Muslim.

    Yup, it's a real popular name for Muslims
  14. Muslimahaishat

    Hi, I'm a Muslim.

    thanks! and my name is Aishat....that was one of the names of the wife of Prophet Muhammad(saw). Muslimah is what you call a female Muslim...
  15. According to most Christians, Jesus was God-incarnate, full man and full God. Can the finite and the infinite be one? "To be full" God means freedom from finite forms and from helplessness, and to be "full man" means the absence of divinity. 1.To be son is to be less than divine and to be divine is to be no one’s son. How could Jesus have the attributes of sonship and divinity altogether? 2.Christians assert that Jesus claimed to be God when they quote him in John 14:9: "He that has seen me has seen the Father". Didn’t Jesus clearly say that people have never seen God, as it says in John 5:37: "And the father himself which Has sent me, has borne witness of me. You have NEITHER HEARD HIS VOICE AT ANY TIME NOR SEEN HIS SHAPE"? 4.Christians claim that Jesus acknowledged that he and God were one in the sense of nature when he says in John 10:30 "I and my father are one". Later on in John 17:21-23, Jesus refers to his followers and himself and God as one in five places. So why did they give the previous "one" a different meaning from the other five "ones?
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