Islam is the religion of God's Prophets: Adam, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Muhammad and all the others in between; it is the worship of One God, without idols or intercessory saints. Islam is a complete way of life. Unlike other religions, Islam is not a religion consisting of a few rituals, which are to be practiced occasionally. Islam covers every aspect of life. Islam does not require any intermediaries for offering prayers to Allah (God). Islam is the only religion where one can seek pleasure of Allah (God) while leading a normal life. In Islam, every normal act of life becomes an (Acts of Worship), if one follows simple Islamic laws. There is always an Islamic way of doing things that covers each and every aspect of life from eating and sleeping to working and playing. Words I love to Conclude. It is time to find out about Islam. It is time to find out about the truth by using your own Mind. A Time for Thought. A Time for Change. A Time for Action.
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It's a more recent religion that appears to be going through its growing pains. But Christianity had ITS growing pains during an time BEFORE technology. Islam has no excuse for her attempts to conquer with swords in the age of widespread communication and education.
It is past time for moderate adherents to do something about the lunatic fringe of Islam.
There are many things I think about Islam, but I'll just mention one: The Muslim religion makes it impossible to know anything. The three most basic things that make knowledge possible are morality, laws of logic, and uniformity of nature. Only if someone that already knew everything were to reveal to us that morality is absolute, there are laws of logic, and laws of nature will be the same tomorrow as they were today, the knowledge would be possible. However, Allah does contradict himself. The Qur'an endorses the Gospels of Jesus Christ (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) as also being the Word of God, then contradicts them by saying that Jesus wasn't the Son of God, that He never died on the cross, and never rose again. So if Allah cannot be consistent with himself, then this would undermine the preconditions of intelligibility because our knowledge of morality, laws of logic, and uniformity of nature came from an unreliable source. So if Islam was true, then knowledge would be impossible. Only the Christian worldview can give a rational foundation for the possibility of knowledge.