Questions tagged [christianity]

Christianity is the religion founded by the later followers of Prophet Jesus(A.S), who is considered to be the second last prophet of Islam.

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Are Christian images of Jesus sacrilege?

If Islam prohibits depicting prophets, and consider Jesus a prophet (although not the biggest one), are all these images of Jesus in Christian hands some kind of sacrilege?
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Can any building be converted into a mosque?

I've heard that some Christian churches were converted into mosques after Islam spread to those areas and took hold as the dominant religion of the area. For example, the Hagia Sophia was the main ...
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Christian Gnostisicim and Sufism

I've been reading on Gnostisicism and I found it similar to Sufism to some extend. To me, it's very probable that early Sufis were influenced by Gnosticism to some degree. Given that, did any Sufi ...
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How does a Muslim man go about marrying a Christian girl?

I want to marry a Christian girl without telling my parents because they would never agree. What is the proper procedure of marrying a Christian girl? I know that Muslims can marry Christians, but I ...
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Why is Music considered forbidden in Islam when it is not in the previous revelations given to the Jews and Christians?

All of the holy books that came before the Qur'an are clear that the malaikah (angels) sing, the most beautiful music such as cannot even be imagined by the human ear. These verses have been confirmed ...
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Is there an equivalent to the Christian charismatic movement in Islam?

According to Wikipedia: The charismatic movement is the international trend of historically mainstream Christian congregations adopting beliefs and practices similar to Pentecostalism. Fundamental to ...
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Islamic academics/experts on the Bible especially in original languages?

I'm looking for Muslims that produce scholarly literature (publications in peer-reviewed journals) on topics of Christianity and the Bible. I'm not really looking for a list of Muslim apologists, ...
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Life of Adam and Eve

Salam, I read about a book called the "Life of Adam and Eve" - which contains the story of Adam alaihi salam being prostrated before by the Angels. It seems to be from the first century? I ...
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Can seeing Christian art bring demons into your life?

Will seeing Christian art, especially depictions of prophet Isa (as) and Maryam (as), cause evil jinns to enter your life? Should you keep ourself safe from it?
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What were the novelties of Islam that helped it spread?

In school we learned that when Christianity emerged it had novelties that appealed to the common people and helped it spread. E.g. the Roman and Greek religions perceived the gods as wicked, at times ...
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Question about Christmas Wishes

Asslamoelequm, I have a website dedicated to all types of wishes and in which we post Christmas wishes too. The website allows users to copy and paste Christmas wishes to send to their contacts or ...
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Are there creatures besides humans and jinns in paradise and hell?

From Islamic scriptures, it is known that the inhabitants of paradise and hell will consist of humans, jinns, hoors and angels. But there is a verse in the Quran in Surah Al Isra: وَلَقَدْ كَرَّمْنَا ...
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Is saying Christ haram

I was listing to something and they said Christ in the song and I was listening to the lyrics so I said it too but my intention wasn’t to call for help I was just singing the lyrics is it haram
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Did quran distort the name of Jesus?

Why quran chose the name or as some scholar suggested (arabized) the name of Jesus so strange that has puzzled the scholars of both experts of language and scholars of comparative study for centuries ...