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Faith & Worship

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In Timothy I (2: 2-5) you see the important verses: “This is good and pleases the Holy One God, our Savior, for He longs for all mankind to be saved from eternal death in Hell in the Last day, and to understand the Truth: that God is on one side and all sinned people on the other side, and Christ Jesus, himself man, is between them to bring them together, by giving with great love his life (on the Cross) for all mankind.” Also we should never forget what Lord Jesus said in John (14:6): “I am the Way and the Truth and the Life. No one comes to the God Father except by me.” And in John 3: 16, he also said, “For God so Loved the World that he gave (on the cross) his one and only Son (Holy Jesus, the incarnated Word & Spirit of God himself), that whoever believes in him shall not perish in the last day in Hell, but have happy Eternal Spiritual Life in the Kingdom of Heaven.” Almighty God, who loves everyone and wants them to be saved from Eternal death in Hell will bless you in this world if you a pass on this message and will reward you richly in the second spiritual life in Heaven. But if you don’t pass on this message to other people, definitely God will punish you severely for that.

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In the Qur’an Allah states that the People of the Book should conduct their daily lives and affairs according to their books, namely the Torah and the Gospel. Yet, at the same time, in the Qur’an, God also states that they – i.e. the Jews and the Christians – had knowingly and for profit changed/altered the wording in their holy books. Also, the Qur’an had been sent down to confirm the previous books and to preserve the Guidance of Allah. My question is this: How is it possible to hold the Jews and the Christians responsible for upholding their books, yet, at the same time, also hold them responsible for altering their respective books? That they’ve altered their books is without question a fact as there’s ample evidence for that. But what answer can we give the Jews and the Christians when they raise the above question? Thank you for your time and taking into consideration my above dilemma of sorts…

  • hamza asked 3 years ago
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I have a few questions about keeping pets in Islam. I have read on the Internet that the keeping of a dog is haraam unless the dog is being used for hunting or farming, while any other animal (reasonably) may be kept as a pet as long as it’s cared for. Using a dog for the sake of protection or pure enjoyment is considered haraam? The source from which I received this information also stated that dogs are vile and contaminated, and there are certain procedures a Muslim must partake in to wash themselves after coming in contact with a dog, wet dog, and/or its saliva. I would like to know if this is true. If this is factual, how should new converts of Islam (that love her/his dog as if it were a family member) confront this problem? Also, it was stated that the Qur’an should not be read when there is a dog in the house. I have been reading the translated version of the Qur’an all this time (I’m almost halfway done), not knowing that what I have been doing may be very wrong! However, since the book is not handwritten and is translated, is this situation not even considered? Have I committed extremely unacceptable offenses due to my ignorance? Please ease my confusion. Thank you.

  • sanjeev asked 3 years ago
  • last active 3 years ago
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My question is can Muslim women attend the mosque prayers and activities with other sisters? Because I have friends who tell me that women should not go to mosque, when I ask them if the Qur’an says so, they say that their parents tell them that. Based on the Qur’an and sunnah should women go to mosque or not? And what makes the Muslim Ummah better?

  • hamza asked 3 years ago
  • last active 3 years ago
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