Heck Christian-Muslim interaction is a reality today in all corners of the globe, but while many celebrate the commonality of these traditions, significant differences remain. If these religions cannot be easily reconciled, can we perhaps view them through a single albeit refractive lens?
Christian Single This is fascinating to me! Much like the Bible, this can be taken on different levels, even if it's only figurative it has meaning and at least some of it rings true with my own experience: You created me from fire, and You created him from clay.
I love Truth wherever it is found, and not only is clay being exposed to fire part of the process of making it useful, I'm quite sure those involved in the writing of this must've known all about that.
In this respect, this is showing a Christian concept, while using words we don't have. There is also the common ground of pride being satan's destruction. Surely the Almighty speaks to us in this, and with common terms!
And btw, I have seen demons via a gift of the Holy Spirit. I asked Him to take that one back and He honored my request. I find fire beautiful, the claim demons are made of fire to be somewhat plausible based on the "form" of what I saw, or more correctly lack of distinct form but if so then it must be a very strange fire indeed.
That is a loaded phrase in Christian texts! I think it very possible there is a message here as well. It may be possible to harmonize what we have as 'fallen angels' to this concept, but doing so would pervert the clear teaching of one or the other, or both Christianity and Islam.
I don't have enough info to comment, but this is obviously one of those 'literal or figurative' type things. I forget the exact wording, but you have smoke as being a key component of creating the heavens, right? So Jinn being from smokeless fire seems to be saying more than what appears on the surface?
Could it possibly include than Jinn have neither power to create nor to destroy? As in cause to cease to exist, like annihilation JJWhite said: He was one of the Jinn; he disobeyed the command of his Lord. Will you then take him and his offspring as protectors and helpers rather than Me while they are enemies to you?
What an evil is the exchange for the wrongdoers. I don't mean to offend my fellow Christians, but this is a rather better explanation of why not to 'go after other gods' than we have in either Judaism or Christianity.
Simple, to the point, not just a commandment but a perfectly sufficient explanation. And now I have too; thank you for sharing, Sister! This is one bit of conviction that will now always be with me, and I wonder if it does not pertain to Joseph's "coat of many colors?Common Ground between Islam and Christianity Charles Nelson For many, Islam and Christianity have little in common.
More than a few Christians misperceive Islam as a religion of the sword and of oppression, while many Muslims. "Paul Heck's search for theological common ground between Islam and Christianity is a remarkable [work] in comparative theology, written in a clear and accessible style.
He highlights the often unnoticed parallels in the deep structures of Christian and Islamic religious thought, while the articles of faith remain in counterpoint in their.
Common Ground Between Islam and Buddhism is an historic, true beginning of the scholarly and spiritual effort to lay a foundation for the mutual understanding between serious believers of these two great world religions which, on the surface seem diametrically opposed.
Hence belief in Jesus is an element of faith that is common to Christianity and Islam even though the two faiths believe in him differently.
Both faiths hold Jesus in high esteem. Muslims and Christians believe that Jesus entered the world in a miraculous manner; that he worked mighty deeds on earth; that his exit was mysterious; and that his. Common Ground is a category which highlights the numerous similarities between Islam and Christianity.
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