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Christians, why are you not Muslim?


I have already spoken to many Muslims about why they are not christian so now I wish to hear the other view. So far it seems Christians don't know much about Islam and when they learn about it along with the faults of christianity then they often convert; however, few convert to Christianity from Islam. My family are Christian and I have friends of all faiths so don't be offended, I am just interested in what people have to say

 

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    James (Ceegen) 4 years ago

    Oh wow, lots of errors! Try to read through it. Sorry.


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    lovelyjubbly 4 years ago

    People tend to convert when they know a lot so perhaps that's why :-) but it's no problem.. personal choice


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    G. Diane Nelson Trotter (dianetrotter) 4 years ago

    No each man is not able to be good enough. We are all human and have sinful desires. Murder is extreme but what about jealousy, pride, greed, backstabbing, etc. Some people don't have a problem with it but in God's eyes it is sin.


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    lovelyjubbly 4 years ago

    I want to look into those religions too. Thank you for your comment :-)

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    lovelyjubbly 4 years ago

    Have you ever read the Qur'an? I am just interested to know. Islam is very interesting when you learn a lot about it


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    lovelyjubbly 4 years ago

    I am aware of that, and I am also aware of just why. They believe Jesus to be a prophet, equal to Muhammad.. they believe all the prophets to be equal.


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    James (Ceegen) 4 years ago

    Jesus uplifted and honored women, but not more than men. We are equals in God's eyes. "Churches" have divided us into camps of either "for" or "against" women. A sad state of affairs indeed.


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    Nicola Thompson (ThompsonPen) 4 years ago

    It's a matter of which faith rings truer to each individual's heart. There is no correct one, once it is all stripped down, the core belief to most religions is just to love. And as long as we follow the loving aspect then there is not wrong path :)


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    lovelyjubbly 4 years ago

    Perhaps that was coincidence? Perhaps not.. but have you ever considered it?


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    G. Diane Nelson Trotter (dianetrotter) 4 years ago

    Hi Ctashita, Catholicism is considered Christianity as are protestant denominations because of the beliefs about Jesus Christ. My dad was Methodist. My mom was Baptist. I planned to be Catholic. I'm non-denominational but all of them are Christia

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    lovelyjubbly 4 years ago

    Interesting, thank you. It seems easier to grow up a cultural christian and almost have blind faith than in Islam.. I have never met a blind following Muslim - there are too many obligatory practices that you really need to believe to follow them.


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    lovelyjubbly 4 years ago

    So, you're not seeking the truth, you are seeking what sounds nicer? I too think "why not be Christian, I'll go to heaven then', but you don't follow the religion with that sounds the nicest, you follow the one that is correct.


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    lovelyjubbly 4 years ago

    You are right about respecting people of other faiths being in the Quran.

    Thank you for your words - they are lovely and insightful

    Exactly!