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  1. Muslims and Christians both believe in one God, but they have different understandings of the nature of God and their respective religious teachings. Muslims worship Allah, who they believe is the one and only God, and their beliefs are outlined in the Quran. Christians, on the other hand, believe iRead more

    Muslims and Christians both believe in one God, but they have different understandings of the nature of God and their respective religious teachings. Muslims worship Allah, who they believe is the one and only God, and their beliefs are outlined in the Quran. Christians, on the other hand, believe in the Holy Trinity—Father, Son (Jesus Christ), and Holy Spirit—and follow the teachings of the Bible. While there are similarities in the monotheistic belief in one God, the theological differences between Islam and Christianity are significant.

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  1. Allah is the creator rest of the living or nonliving things are creatures. According to Quran Allah is the greatest he does not need anything he is alone in his qualities.

    Allah is the creator rest of the living or nonliving things are creatures. According to Quran Allah is the greatest he does not need anything he is alone in his qualities.

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  1. عیسائیوں کے عقیدے کے مطابق تثلیث کا مطلب ہے اللہ ایک جوہر جو تین اشخاص پر مشتمل ہےباپ بیٹا اور روح اسے وہ اپنے گمان میں تین میں اور ایک میں تین کا نام دیتے ہیں، باپ سے انکی مراد وجود ہے اور روح سے مرادزندگی ہے بیٹے سے مراد مسیح ہے،انکے عقیدے کے مطابق عیسیٰ علیہ السلام معبود ہیں اس وجہ سے کہ اللہ تعاRead more

    عیسائیوں کے عقیدے کے مطابق تثلیث کا مطلب ہے اللہ ایک جوہر جو تین اشخاص پر مشتمل ہےباپ بیٹا اور روح اسے وہ اپنے گمان میں تین میں اور ایک میں تین کا نام دیتے ہیں، باپ سے انکی مراد وجود ہے اور روح سے مرادزندگی ہے بیٹے سے مراد مسیح ہے،انکے عقیدے کے مطابق عیسیٰ علیہ السلام معبود ہیں اس وجہ سے کہ اللہ تعالیٰ انکے ہاتھ پر خوارق عادت امور جاری کرتا تھااس عقیدے کو نیقیہ کونسل نے 325ء کو منظور کیا تھا۔

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  1. Allah's presence is everywhere in the the sence of that Allah is seeing and listening to everyone. But when we talk about the exact location so its called ARSH which is defiend in Quran and Hadiths

    Allah’s presence is everywhere in the the sence of that Allah is seeing and listening to everyone.

    But when we talk about the exact location so its called ARSH which is defiend in Quran and Hadiths

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  1. The Holy Spirit is a Christian theological concept, representing the third person of the Holy Trinity, alongside God the Father and God the Son. It serves as a divine presence, guiding believers, empowering them spiritually, convicting them of sin, and providing comfort and assistance. This conceptRead more

    The Holy Spirit is a Christian theological concept, representing the third person of the Holy Trinity, alongside God the Father and God the Son. It serves as a divine presence, guiding believers, empowering them spiritually, convicting them of sin, and providing comfort and assistance. This concept is unique to Christianity and varies in its interpretation among different Christian denominations.

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  1. They believe that salvation is possible only through faith in Jesus’ ransom sacrifice and obedience to God’s commandments. They reject blood transfusions, celebrate the Lord’s Supper once a year, and do not observe birthdays, Christmas, or other holidays that they consider pagan. They also believe tRead more

    They believe that salvation is possible only through faith in Jesus’ ransom sacrifice and obedience to God’s commandments. They reject blood transfusions, celebrate the Lord’s Supper once a year, and do not observe birthdays, Christmas, or other holidays that they consider pagan. They also believe that Armageddon is near and that only faithful Jehovah’s Witnesses will survive it. They also believe that Jesus is God’s son, but not part of a Trinity, and that he began ruling as King of God’s Kingdom in heaven in 1914.

    correct me if I’m wrong. 🙂

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