It is safe to say that a given religion can be judged correctly only by two things: its own teachings and the practice of the mainstream doctrine of this religion. A religion cannot be judged by the centrifugal practices or beliefs of some followers, be they liberal or extremist, hither or thither.
Controversy rages between Christians and non-Christians, including Muslims and the followers of the other faiths, and among Christians themselves over the issues of monotheism and the Trinity.
No previous full-scale study has been undertaken so far to study the polemical writings of the Muslim reformist Muḥammad Rashīd Riḍā (1865-1935) and his associates in his well-known journal al-Manār (The Lighthouse).
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The World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) is pleased to bring out this booklet, "The Prophecies in the Bible for the Advent of prophet Muhammad (pbuh)," by Mr. M.A.C. Cave.
In order to continue the discussion with Christians, we put forward two following questions, one is historical, and the other is theological. The first question is: Did Jesus (PBUH) die on the cross, as the Gospels mention and the contemporary … Continue reading
In this book you can learn about: * The Islamic ruling on celebrating Christmas and sharing non-Muslims’ festive occasions. * The Islamic view of Jesus and of his role as prophet and messenger. * Islamic teachings on honoring and believing … Continue reading
An explanation of the ‘real’ message and religion which Jesus (peace be upon him) came with, from both the Bible and the Qur’an. How did the Quran Narrated the stories of the messengers and prophets from Adam to Muhammad, and … Continue reading