Islam V.S Other Religions
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In this part we are going to discuss Islam’s position toward other religions as well as its exclusive characteristics in comparison with them. It is good to notice this point that what we mean
As we mentioned in the previous part-What Is Islam? - Islam respects all of the sacred religions. Belief in the truthfulness of them and the holiness of all of the prophets are counted as parts of Islamic beliefs. That is because all of the prophets were God’s pure slaves who served as intermediaries between the Almighty God and people. They were
All of the previous religions before Islam were bearers of the news of the appearance of a new religion after them but Islam. Because Islam was supposed to conclude the chain of religions. Islam frankly announced that no prophet and religion would come after it.
Islam is the most complete religion amongst the others. That is why it proclaimed the expiration of the other religions and being
2. The solely religion which has an eternal and living miracle is Islam. The great miracle of the prophet of Islam is the Quran. The Quran is a lasting miracle which already exists. This holy book was sent down from the Almighty God to the heart of the prophet, Muhammad (pbuh). Every truth seeker can realize the truthfulness of Islam through the Quran on every occasion and place. The importance of having been
We should point out the important fact concluded from our discussion so far. It is understood from our explanations that all of the sacred religions and God’s messengers are confirmed by Islam and their teachings were in compliance with the Islamic teachings. It is also understood that the previous religions like Christianity and Judaism were limited to particular periods of time and they became unlawful after the Islam’s appearance, therefore they carry nothing but the names of the faiths which were truthful in the past. In fact, a real Christian or Jew is a person who converts to Islam and confirms its teachings, the fact which was asserted by their own religions.