I've read your position on the definition of Kufr. Simply put, you state that only those who knowingly reject Allah's message can be considered Kafirs. Since no human can know in an absolute sense whether or not such rejection is truly deliberate and made in full knowledge of it being the truth, we cannot brand anyone as being a Kafir.
This concept is then extrapolated to infer that non-muslims also have an equally good chance of…
According to some of the Islamic Scholars, Arabic Bible was not available during lifetime of Prophet (sws). It became available after the demise of Prophet Muhammad (sws). If this is true, then which Bible were the Arab Christians reading before and during lifetime of Prophet (sws)?
This question is regarding a Youtube link (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ioqkDE3PRk) addressed by Mr. Shezad Saleem about friendship with Christians. I want you to please explain to me that what does he mean by determining Jews and Christians as 'kafirs'?
Even if it is accepted that polytheists alone are not to be allowed to come in the vicinity of the Ka'bah, the argument remains unanswered. Because at the end of the day, it would still be us humans who would be judging others as 'Mushrikun'. For example, we would certainly suggest that Hindus, for one, are polytheists. But the matter is not as simple. We don't know what is in the hearts of men. Many…
I converted to Islam from Christianity and Christian friend keeps telling me that I am searching for something. They hope that I go back to Christianity. But as I have already converted to Islam as a Muslim. I don’t believe in that anymore and people keep telling me I am going through a phase. How do I keep a relationship with them in order for them to understand that I have chosen to be Muslim?
I am a Muslim convert and I am rather unusual in my conversion. One would never look at me and realize or even think that I was a Muslim. More than likely they would figure me as a WASP or Catholic, if you were to just look at the person and form an idea of them. I have been invited by the Jehovah Witnesses to come and learn about Jesus (pbuh) on what they believe…
I wonder why Islam accepts Jesus Christ (sws) as a prophet when he said that he is the only way to Heaven, and the only begotten Son of God. If he is lying, then Islam accepts a false prophet. If he is telling the truth, Islam is not the way he is. Can you explain? Thanks in advance.
Can we greet non-Muslims with conventional Muslim greetings “assalam-o-alaikum”?
One of my friends claims that Jesus never says the exact words “I am God” in the Bible but He does proclaim that He is God. (John 10:30, John 8:58, John 1:1, John 1:14)
Acts 20:28 states: “Be shepherds of the church of God, which he bought with his own blood.” In other words, God purchased His church with His own blood. Therefore, Jesus is God. Thomas the disciple declared “My Lord and my God.” (John…
One of my friends claims that Jesus never says the exact words “I am God” in the bible but He does proclaim that He is God. John 10:30, John 8:58, John 1:1, John 1:14
“Be shepherds of the church of God, which he bought with his own blood.” Who bought the church—the church of God—with His own blood? Jesus Christ. Acts 20:28 declares that God purchased His church with His own blood. Therefore, Jesus is God.
A Hindu asked me a question about religious rights of Hindus living in the Muslim Countries. He was asking me that why Hindus are not allowed to worship in Saudi Arabia and other Muslim countries? He even said in anger that Muslims have no right to stop non-Muslims from praying in Muslim countries. Can you please give an elaborate answer to this question and throw some light on it?
What are your views regarding the belief in the second coming of Jesus (sws).
If a non-Muslim living in full by means of usury business invites me for food in his house, can I go and eat his food? If yes, then may I know the proofs that conclude such results?
On what grounds Islam is considered a better religion than any other religion? Please explain.
I have a question about Jews and Christians. Are Jews and Christians really the Qur’anic "ahl al-kitab (the People of the book)"? The reason I am asking this question is that I have a friend who says that the Jews are different from "the People of the book". He even says that Roman Catholics cannot be amongst the People of the Book. There are many Christians who worship Jesus’ Statue which is even against the…
I wanted to know if Christ was really raised to heavens. Which Qur'ānic verse or sound narrative explains this event?
There are some worshipers of evil. If we meet someone like those people, how should we treat them? Should we treat them like we treat followers of other religions like for example Christians, Hindus etc.) or some other way? Can we be their friends?
Can you kindly explain the term Armageddon as i heard it in a program End of Time shown on a TV channel.
Who is a Kafir? How can a Christian be a Kafir and still be from among
the People of the book?