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For those who don't already know, "pbuh" is an acronym for "peace be upon him."
Why do people find it necessary to place this after then name of a prophet or messenger when writing or speaking their name? I commonly see this used when Muslims speak of Muhammed, and less frequently see it used with others, such as Jesus (okay, I only saw this once).
Why must this be said or written when speaking of such a person? Are they somehow deserving of more peace than anyone else when their body...
For example: If a magician need NOT to bother showing magic to his own kids, in order to prove himself as their "Father" ? Then why should God bother showing miracles in order to prove himself as "Creator" ?
Kindly note: please do refrain posting in this thread if you don't expect miracles, thank you.
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Yesterday i was asked how muslims look at other religions, and in my study i come across a good answer that inwanted to share, so that the questfrom yesterday can be answered
Muhammad spoke approvingly of Jews and Christians as fellow "People of the Book," and the Qur'an even allows a Muslim man to take a Jewish or Christian woman for his wife. It also expresses admiration for the Jews, in that "they know the...
You don't trust there's God because doing meditation sounds you very long, lengthy and boring subject ?
Meditation: Close your eyes and sit in the remembrance of God.
I've seen a lot of hypothetical ideas presented lately. I think it's fantasy mostly, and don't see any of it as proof of anything. What if you saw the devil? What if somebody made a prophecy and it came true? That sort of thing.
Why do folks think that this is some sort of valid argument, and then use it to claim something? It's essentially meaningless. Sorry to break the news but a 'What if?' means it HASN'T happened.
If someone came to you and told you that God exists and you should follow
some instructions in order to be safe in the afterlife, and if it happened that you
asked him for a proof for God's existence and he showed you one such as
healing a blind man and letting him to see.
Will you believe that God exists if you know that the miracle was real or you'll still disbelieve?
In an earlier thread I noted that ha-adam and Eve are originally, identical twins; Eve is a clone of ha-adam. The novelty of the penis/phallus is that it's the first incarnation of the beguiling serpent who has his way with human history after the rise of the phallus and the fall of the identical nature of nature’s original human twins (ha-adam and Eve). The factuality of this statement, where the Hebrew text of the scripture is concerned, leads to a theological pearl of immeasurable value...
At the moment i am sitting down studying the teaching in the Qur'an and i read this .
176. And do not be saddened by those who rush into disbelief. They will not harm God in the least. God desires to give them no share in the Hereafter. A terrible torment awaits them.
177. Those who exchange blasphemy for faith will not harm God in the least. A painful torment awaits them.
178. Those who disbelieve should not assume that We respite them for their own good. We only respite...
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