Welcome to Religious Forums, a friendly forum to discuss all religions in a friendly surrounding.Your voice is missing! You will need to register to get access to the following site features:
- Reply to discussions and create your own threads.
- Our modern chat room. No add-ons or extensions required, just login and start chatting!
- Access to private conversations with other members.
We hope to see you as a part of our community soon!
I've come across some Muslim sites, blogs, etc. that state they believe that Zarathustra was a prophet sent by Allah. Here, for instance, "(a.s.)" succeeds the Prophet's name, indicating that the blogger here thinks of him as an Islamic prophet:
I don't particularly like the idea that Islam considers Zarathustra one of its Prophets, but each to his own.
Also, not just aimed at Muslims: Folks of other religions with prophets; do...
And if there is a scriptural proof, please provide it.
In various discussions I have had over the years with people about their concepts of Heaven and Hell I have noticed something interesting. Keep in mind that most of those I have had this discussion with are from a more Christian fundamentalist background.
When discussing concepts of Heaven there was much room for friendly discussion. Some had the streets of gold in the clouds view. Some had an opinion that Heaven would be a perfect world with beautiful mountains sparkling rivers and no...
There is much talk today on the subject of end times, especially among Christians and Muslims. With this in mind I would like to invite my friends on this forum, whether they be Christian, Muslim, Hindu, or whatever faith or tradition you follow to share with us your views on this subject.
Personally i don't think it is fair, most people haven't recognized the Gospel of John is made up, the writings of Paul contradict Yeshua, and Simon being called the stone (petros), was meant to warn people he would mislead them.
So realize it is far to late to stop it happening to begin with, as most Jews, Muslims, and Christians have all been mislead by what they'd call the Dajjal, Anti-Christ or Armilus.
Yet what to do to inform everyone it has already occurred? Is it possible based on...
I was a devoted Christian for a very long time, 25 years or more - a Trinity believing Protestant taught that our creator God is omniscient (all-knowing) omnipotent (all-powerful) and omnipresent (present everywhere at the same time). This creator designed and created men and women fully and completely all by 'himself'.
What I don't understand, is if this creator purposefully designed and unleashed upon the earth a creature capable of rape and murder, why isn't 'He' to blame for these...
Not as concept, consciouness, pantheism, pathenism, animism, form/non form, everything, etc... but plain, ol' Entity/Being/Person-like.
Spirits exist, I know that. However, spirits, in my experience, is not just an internal experience, it is someone I have seen with my eyes and felt physically. It isn't just based on personal experience.
So, if God is a spirit what does he look like? The spirit I saw had jeans and a white t-shirt, was male and was walking kind of fast to the bedroom. He...
Do you believe your God is all powerful (able to to anything any time he chooses) and that he is omnipotent (being everywhere and knowing everything that's going on) if so I have some questions. If not then why don't you think that?
1. If God knows everything and everything that is going to happen why did he still make humans and put the tree in the garden.
2. If God knows anything then why did he make the devil?
3. If God is all powerful why must he send his son/himself to die when he...
In what system do you claim this took place? It certainly wasn't in Judaism or under any Mosaic code. In what language would one find the word "xother" or "xathan"?
The Hebrew word for a Jewish "bridegroom" is hatan חתן. The same word is used for the "father-in-law," and the word is directly associated with circumcision:
חָתַן (1) TO GIVE ONE’S DAUGHTER IN MARRIAGE (verhehrathen). Hence part. Kal חֹתֵן a father-in-law, the wife’s father (a husband’s father is called חָם), who gives his...
Page 671 of 689