​Christianity Vs Islam.

Who is right?

I mean, really?


The only way to heaven is through Jesus.

And I hear some of them worship a woman and repent their sins to a man.


Buddhists worship a person.


You only get to see heaven when you worship Allah.


Last I checked those guys worship some goddesses and cows which I believe its where the curse ‘HOLY COW’ came from.


Do you guys know the law of nature ‘every action meets equal reaction’.

There already is sufficient proof of Satan and if there is Satan there is God.

Learn that first.


Or which heaven is real?

Or will all the gods come on judgment day and take their guys?

Questions I’ve never got answers to in my head.


This post isn’t personal.

It’s for informational purposes only.

If you have an answer please help us.

I’ve seen great men on the television say religion troubles them because of lack of answers to the question above.


57 thoughts on “​Christianity Vs Islam.

  1. from my religion i have learned Allah (God) lives inside you
    every good deed you do is because of his blessing
    and every bad deed you do is because of your nafs
    you should read Forty rules of love ..

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  2. I’m not religious, more spiritual, but believe in and try to live by the golden rule (do unto others, etc.)

    I figure if there’s a God up there (and I think there is,) he/she wouldn’t be so petty as to not allow anyone into his/her kingdom just for not worshipping his/her religion, but rather the individual would be accepted on the merits of how they actually lived their life by doing the right thing.

    Great post!

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  3. Although all religions claim they have the Truth of God, all of them must exercise faith in order to believe what they believe. In Christianity it says God is Love, Jesus said Love God and love your neighbor, Paul wrote that in the end everything else will cease and only love will remain. This brings us right back to the belief that God is love. God is spirit unseen. Jesus was the personified human version of God showing how humans should live and treat one another. Serving Loving Giving and becoming a living offering one another is an offering to God. All of us can argue the facts and texts and who is right and who is wrong, but where love is present God is present as well. You can go on to compare the opposite (absence of Love) as being evil.

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  4. The idea that Christians worship a woman and repent to man is a bit of a misunderstanding. There are multiple types of Christians. My type doesn’t worship the Mother of Christ. We believe that God turned himself into Jesus. This was done because only the death of a perfect man could break the curse of Adam. And only God is perfect. So, Jesus Christ was God in the flesh. After his death he rose from the dead and became Spirit. For lack of a better description, He sent back a little piece of his Holy Spirit to seal believers until the day of redemption.
    These are the core beliefs of a Christian. The Father, Son and Holy Spirit are all the same person in different forms. Because He is not limited to time and Space the way We are He can be everywhere at the same time in multiple forms.
    I hope that helps.

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  5. There is only one God who created the whole universe and everything seen and unseen.He is a very powerful and mighty God.He created the earth all the planets and the sky moon trees birds animals people all creatures great and small..He gave mankind inelligence to create robots airplanes I pods iphones .Humans have only a fraction not even a fraction of God’s intelligent.He has created us in His image but he is far greater than all of us put together although we have his email.Yes he is a God of love that wants to reconcile us sinners to him so that we can send eternity with him but we can only do so through his son Jesus.We have to accept Jesus as Lord and Saviour into our lives.Jesus is the Son of God who has died for the opportunity that God created that through the shedding of his blood we who are sinners can be pardoned or forgiven of our sins so that we can spend eternity with them in heaven and all who have received Jesus into their lives will be together.Even those who have accepted Jesus and who are now dead,will rise again on judgement day.Will all spend eternity together.

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      1. It’s not about religion. It is about having relationship with God.. Jesus is the only way, the truth and the Life , noone can come to the Father in heaven except through Jesus Christ.. if you are seeking the truth read the Bible by yourself ask guidance and wisdom from God to understand His message ,God will reveal to you.

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      2. That is where faith comes in.Believing without seeing.Just by reading the Bible.The book of Hebrews say.Now faith is the substance of things hoped for.The evidence of things not seen.

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    1. Yes “Life Lessons” people should come to accept Jesus and come to see and understand what he really has done, having given his body as a ransom for many. It is still a shame that the majority of Christians still not accept him as the son of God and have made him into their god, instead of keeping to the God of Jesus.

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  6. The life force that we call God, the Creator, made us in His Image and Likeness. He gave us gifts which differentiate us from mere thinking animals, especially if we make proper use of those gifts. They are: love, individuality, speech, liberty, creativity. Our Creator speaks to us regularly through prophets. He always asks us to choose Good. So far, we mostly deviate. We create systems, religions with hierarchy and dogma, obligations to believe this or that, whereas it is what we do, what we have in our hearts that counts. If we change so as to be and do Good, we will change the world. Religions deform God’s Word. We have the chance today that there is a pure message the system has not yet got a hold of to bend it to their devices. The Revelation of Arès. It is always the same message, given in different ways, love one another.

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  7. Only God knows the right or wrong religion but for me and my household we will follow Jesus.religion is just a symbol of practice and not who you are🙄.Christ died because he loves us and love should matter to every one.nice post and difficult question.👍

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  8. I tend towards Quakerism – to live with truth and integrity
    to promote justice, equality and community
    to live with simplicity and work for sustainability
    to work for peace.
    I tend to focus more on living my own light, and trying to learn from other people’s perspective. Seeing every opportunity as a chance to learn.
    Seeing the world as right or wrong does not bring peace, harmony or joy. It focusses on what divides us rather than what brings us together.
    To quote Rumi
    Out beyond right and wrong there is a field, I will meet you there.

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  9. I’ve had some inexplicable mystical experiences at times in my life. They felt like something otherworldly and, let me tell you, I’m the most cynical and hard-to-convince person. I think if there is a higher power/creator, we don’t have the sensory ability to perceive him/her/it as whole in this lifetime, but we might catch the odd glimpse. We are like ants trying to see a giant as a whole. Religion, when used properly, is a good source of moral guidance and when used badly, is the road to hell.

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  10. First of all one has to have the right idea about Christianity and may not confuse it with Christendom.
    Christianity does not say “The only way to heaven is through Jesus.” Christianity says “Jesus is the way to God”, a big difference. Christianity also says Jesus is the sent one from God, the son of man, the son of David, the son of Abraham, the son of Adam and the son of God. Opposite to Christianity where the members worship only One True God, the God of Israel one can find Christendom that preaches Jesus is God what is not according to the Bible in which God Himself declares Jesus to be His only begotten beloved son.
    In Christendom you might also find some of the people who worship a woman and even other man than Jesus whilst true Christians would not worship Christ nor any other being than Allah, the Most High God, the Elohim Hashem Jehovah, and would never use graven images of their God.

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  11. God is given many names, because there are many languages. There are many religions because the social conditions of mankind change, over centuries and millennia. As a Baha’i, I believe that all these names refer to the same Creator and all religions essentially teach the same spiritual principles. Man’s knowledge of the Spirit is limited.

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      1. Well it all depends on an individual and their willingness to sacrifice themselves for the higher calling. I think that there shouldn’t be such extremes though. Well unless you have a calling in the ranks of Mother Teresa.
        Denying yourself of normal things like sex in the name of religion can always serve up as a recipe for disaster but then again that is a personal issue between the particular person and their God.

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  12. You’re almost home. Religion is a blob of hope, conjecture, ambiguity, lies, murder,genocide, and it all gets sugarcoated and covered up with apologetics and circular arguments. Really you already sound like an humanist/atheist. Roll with it. Why waste your time chasing what isn’t there. It’s a money power control shell game that keeps you guessing and never gives a provable answer. It’s all BS

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  13. In my religion (Christianism) doesnt matter if you are Muslim, Buddist or any other if you do the right and you didnt have the opportunity of knowing God. If you make a sin, without knowing thats bad… its not a sin. Maybe a fault but not a sin (Or thats what I think) But He’s aware of anything and He will jugde us, not ourselves.

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  14. I follow the teachings of Jesus, so I am a Christian.
    If you’re a follower of The Holy Bible:
    1)Acts 11:26 “…and the disciples (followers of Christ) were called Christians…” This scripture tells me what the first followers of Christ were called, Christians, just Christians, not Pentecostal Christians, not Baptist Christians, not Catholic Christians, not Jehovah’s Witness Christians, just Christians.
    2)Galatians 5:19-21 gives a list of things that are “of the flesh,” not of the spirit, meaning they’re not of God. Galatians 5:20 mentions “divisions” and “sects” as being things “of the flesh,” so, if I call myself a Christian but separate myself by choosing a specific denomination (which is a sect or a division) then I’m not following the teachings of the bible that I say I follow, so, just for clarity, I call myself a non-denominational Christian.
    3) John 3:16 is probably a scripture you’re familiar with. John 3:16 says, “For God so loved the world that he gave His only begotten son that WHOSOEVER believes in him shall not perish but have everlasting life. So, according to that scripture, if we believe in Jesus, and confess it aloud, that he died on the cross to save us from our sins, then we’re saved.
    *Also, anything prior to 2,018 years ago is called BC, Before Christ, and the majority of the world goes along with this, so this Jesus Christ guy must’ve been a big deal. 🙂
    I just wanted to answer your question as best as I could in a brief response. I just wanted to share with you the reasons why I follow Jesus’ teachings, and why I call myself a Christian.
    If you have any questions, I’d be more than happy to answer them all.
    Good luck with your search
    God bless you.

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  16. I am a Muslim and can see that you are a Christian and that we have a lot in common as we both share two of the Abrahamic Faiths so I wanted to reach out to you.

    I have just launched a website for my writings and where people can ask questions about Islam /comparative religion. If you have any question and /or doubt, you can post it on the QA page: https://worldofarabic.wordpress.com/2018/03/13/questions-and-answers/

    and I will try to reply. If you scroll down, you can see an example of a reply I gave for a question about angels. I hope you find this useful.

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  17. Firstly, Buddhism does not believe in any kind of worship. We don’t worship Buddha. We respect him as a teacher. If you call worship after listening or interpreting prayers, you can simply say that we worship the fundamentals and principles given by Buddha. But then again, worship brings this word – unquestionable faith along with it. So technically, we can question every word written in Tripitakas or prayers so we don’t worship them either.
    People in some parts of the world have indulged in worshipping the statue of Buddha but he himself never proclaimed to be a God to be worshipped or anything extraordinary. He simply stated that we all have the capability to become the enlightened one.
    Buddhism is nothing but a guide to end the sufferings and find happiness in this life.
    Blindly worshipping someone or something is just nowhere near to the religion that we’re talking about.

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