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This book is a thought provoking challenge for the Believer of their accepted faith. The mass majority of the world believes in a higher being but that Being is viewed and worshiped in various different ways. The author delves into an intelligent discussion regarding one question. That question is “Why do we believe in the faith that we follow?” What influence made us followers of Christianity, Judaism or Islam? Focusing on the three Major Abrahamic Religions, he pushes the reader to reason, critically think and question their belief system. Is Jesus Christ God or the son of God? Is he believed to be the false Messiah like those who follow Judaism? Did He die for our sins like the Christians believe, and is the Prophet Muhammad the last and final Prophet like the belief of the Muslims; or is he the anti-christ like the world of Christianity depicts him to be? The once Christian, then agnostic and now Muslim convert, takes us through his journey of comparative religion and final acceptance of Islam. Three Abrahamic faiths, but only one can be true logically. If we are open minded and can put aside our pre-existing bias of our own beliefs then take a look into this faith challenging narrative. The goal of the author Yusuf Abdul-Alim, which is a student of the Islamic Scholar Sheikh Harun Alfaqir, is to pose controversial questions, tap into our conscience and give reasonable points that will ultimately lead to scriptural investigation regarding our personal beliefs. “Why do we believe in the faith that we follow?” Get ready to travel down a thought provoking scriptural road from the perspective of a Muslim convert.
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- Categoría Fe y religión
- Tapa blanda: 9781389815676
- Fecha de publicación jul. 22, 2017
- Idioma English
- Etiquetas Bible, Qur'an, Koran, Quran, Old Testiment, New Testiment, Gospel, Torah, elohim, Allah, God, comparative religion, son of god, cross, jihad, isa, moses, abraham, jesus christ, prophet muhammad, tariqa mustafawiyyah, sheikh harun alfaqir, yusuf abdul-alim, intellect, reason, belief, religion, faith, Muslim, Jew, christian, Judaism, christianity, Islam
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