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#1 9 years ago

After all the Debate in Guantanamo guard converts to Islam by Never Surrender I went in seach of an "Islam Vs Christianity" type website I stumbled across a few of them that where pretty much the same.

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Islam vs. Christianity - What are the major differences? Many people wonder what the comparison is between Islam vs. Christianity. While there are a few similarities between Islam and Christianity, such as a belief in moral living and doing good to others, nevertheless, Muslims and Christians have vastly different views on major points of ideology and theology. First and foremost are the differing perceptions of Jesus, the Christ. Islam readily accepts that Jesus of Nazareth existed and that He was born of the virgin, Mary. Islam teaches that Jesus was merely another prophet, equal to and following in the line of Adam, Noah, Abraham, and Moses. Muslims believe that Muhammad is the final messenger, superior to all previous prophets, the ultimate. Christians believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of the Living God, which as the Jews accused of old, makes Him equal to God. He is accepted as the Second Person of the Trinity, God Himself come to earth in the flesh. Islam vs. Christianity - What are the major differences? Secondly, Islam refutes the idea that Jesus Christ was crucified on the cross. They believe that God spared His messenger from such an ignominious death and later took Him up to Himself. For Christians, the death of Jesus Christ on the cross is the focal point of all that they believe. The only way for man to be reconciled to a Holy God is for the ultimate price to be paid. Christians believe that Jesus Christ paid the ultimate price by shedding His blood. Without that precious act, Christians remain hopeless and in sin. "In fact, the law requires that nearly everything be cleansed with blood, and without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness" (Hebrews 9:22). The religion of Islam has the Qur'an as the source of truth. Muslims believe that the original New Testament, which they call Injil, was the original revelation that Jesus received from Allah. They believe, however, that the Christians of today have corrupted the original Scriptures; therefore the Bible that is read by Christendom today is unreliable. Muslims believe that the message of Muhammad continued the original truths that were outlined in the Injil, and additionally, have corrected the errors that Christians have added. Christians hold that the Bible, including the Old and New Testaments is the infallible Word of God. They believe that God inspired the Scriptures; it is their only source of truth and instruction. "For prophecy never had its origin in the will of man, but men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit" (2 Peter 1:21). Finally, Muslims do not hold to any assurance of salvation. They do not feel that is was even necessary for Jesus to pay for our sins. The belief that they hold is that every man must bear and pay for his or her own sins; for Jesus to be punished and responsible for our sins would be unjust in their eyes. Christians believe that man had no ability to atone for his sins. Christians believe that we are hopelessly lost except for the immeasurable gift of God's grace, which is the only means of salvation. "For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith -- and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God" (Ephesians 2:8). Islam vs Christianity

You see the thing one I'm try to understand is why all the blasted hate? Hell Judeo-Christian-Islamic deity, is the same God for all the three Abrahamic religions. Yet branched off in three paths.


[color=#000000][size=2][b][i]Heralds of the coming doom, Like the cry of the Raven, we are drawn, This oath of war and vengeance, On a blade of exalted iron sworn, With blood anointed swords



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#2 9 years ago
Uwsar-Hat-Anupuw;4847375 You see the thing one I'm try to understand is why all the blasted hate? Hell Judeo-Christian-Islamic deity, is the same God for all the three Abrahamic religions. Yet branched off in three paths.[/COLOR]

I think there was a thread almost like this before.

I agree we all came from the same "base" but went down different paths




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#3 9 years ago

oh I know there was thread aboot this but I wasn't going to bring it back to life.


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#4 9 years ago
Uwsar-Hat-Anupuw;4847375You see the thing one I'm try to understand is why all the blasted hate? Hell Judeo-Christian-Islamic deity, is the same God for all the three Abrahamic religions. Yet branched off in three paths.

See that big, black building those Muslims are so fond of dancing around? They used to worship a lot of gods in that thing before Mohammed came. He just took a god of the moon, made him the chief god, and then told everyone else to worship him. That's not the Christian/Jewish/ect. God.




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#5 9 years ago

Well to me it is the same god...to me all I see is three differnet Religions but the same god just with differnet names and differnet ways to approch him.


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#6 9 years ago
Uwsar-Hat-Anupuw;4847473Well to me it is the same god...to me all I see is three differnet Religions but the same god just with differnet names and differnet ways to approch him.

It doesn't change the fact that it's a well-propagated lie that they're the same.




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#7 9 years ago

God (Christian, Jewish), Allah to me they are divisions of the unity that is the all so one is division of something that is much superior to the one and that is the All and all of the Gods (and mine) of every Pantheon are expression of the divine ultimate and the divine ultimate and the divine conscience can not be divined it is not one thing and is just not many thing it is all. So Yahweh, Allah, Jehovah to me are the same.


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#8 9 years ago
Uwsar-Hat-Anupuw;4847484God (Christian, Jewish), Allah to me they are divisions of the unity that is the all so one is division of something that is much superior to the one and that is the All and all of the Gods (and mine) of every Pantheon are expression of the divine ultimate and the divine ultimate and the divine conscience can not be divined it is not one thing and is just not many thing it is all. So Yahweh, Allah, Jehovah to me are the same.

If you mean to say that in each belief system they serve a similar role, then yes, they are "the same". However, the Jewish deity and the Christian deity are seen as the same, the only difference being that one offered a direct means of repentance.




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#9 9 years ago

Ultimately, everything is on and of God in Christianity. Even the means to salvation: "So then it depends not on human will or exertion, but on God, who has mercy."




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#10 9 years ago
Penguin_Unit;4847474It doesn't change the fact that it's a well-propagated lie that they're the same.

No, he did not take one of the Pagan gods and make it the highest. They believe in Jesus Christ and believe he is the son of God, the same God that the Christians and Jews worshiped, and that he will return at the end of time to fight the anti-Christ. He actually was inspired by Judaism mostly, as he saw how it could unite people and wanted a religion like that for Arabs. In fact for the first twenty or so years of existence Muslims prayed toward Jerusalem.

The black cube you referenced was built by Abraham for Ishmael and Hagar, at the command of God. So Jews and Muslims even are related through Abraham by the way. Study Islam for awhile and then get back to me.