I feel like philosophy is important to understand the truth to religion or the basis of different religions.
Often when researching one’s own religion there may tend to be a bias towards it I believe especially if it’s something you’ve grown up with/were taught at a young age about.
For example, a Christian may always search X proof of resurrection or miracles of Jesus etc etc but not proof for other religions.
If you are trying to find the one true religion or whether there even is on or even more I feel philosophy is important to understand that.
However, I don’t understand why it’s haram to study philosophy or the philosophy of other religions, my basic understanding is that it may cause someone to lose faith but I feel it’s important for one to understand their religion and not just blindly follow what they were taught from birth.
To put this in to perspective, let’s just say you tell a Christian not to study philosophy and information on other religions and we presuppose Islam is the one true religion. By telling them not to study you are preventing them from following the true religion or learning about the truth of religion and just telling them to blindly follow something just because it may cause them to lose faith in a belief that is already false.
Why is it haram?