As we compare orthodox (that is fundamental) Christianity and orthodox (fundamental) Islam, we hope to speak to a variety of audiences, including: Let us say this also at the outset.
As noted on our home page, our organization is dedicated to exploring God through reason and evidence.
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Sometimes, it is a journey to a sacred place or shrine of importance to a person's beliefs and faith.
They take on the label of the religion, but not the beliefs or practices.
They may even attend worship services, but in their own mind reject many of the core beliefs.The series casts light on a history marked by intellectual creativity and occasional breakthroughs in communication, although, on the whole beset by misunderstanding and misrepresentation.By making this history better known, the series seeks to contribute to improved recognition between Christians and Muslims in the future.Many people, including Christians, Muslims, atheists (or whoever) resist using reason and evidence. " If you are in this camp, you may be wasting your time—even made uncomfortable—by reading this article. Applying rules of logic, one can show that a truth-claim is not true by identifying arbitrariness or inconsistency in the claim.But if you are seriously interested in pursuing truth, the following discussion should be extremely interesting. We offer detailed references from the Bible, the Quran, and the Hadiths so that the interested reader can check the sources himself. By the way, we have had Muslims contact us over the years to suggest corrections to our article.Islam, Christianity, and Judaism involve themselves in pilgrimages.Judaism and Islam have strict dietary laws, with lawful food being called kosher in Judaism and Halaal in Islam.Christianity developed ritual prohibitions against the consumption of meat (but not fish) on Fridays, and the Christian calendars prescribe abstinence from some foods at various times of the year; but these customs vary from place to place and changed over time.Islam, Christianity, and Judaism consent that a human being comprises the body, which dies, and the soul, which need...But this is disingenuous, hypocritical, eternally dangerous—and is probably heretical to whichever religion one claims allegiance.On what basis does one claim to know more about the religion than the founders of the religion themselves?