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Is God in all religions?

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Submitted by Jorge (United States), Jul 7, 2007 at 12:03

Being a seminarian from the Archdiocese of Atlanta, I came to know about the beliefs and doctrine of Muslims. Mohammad, who is the seal of the prophets, is a man who trusted in God. As a result, lets not forget that Mohammad the prophet have study Christianity first because our monotheistic beliefs come from the people of Israel. However, I am sure of what I believe because Jesus never manifested himself completely to others. There is many parts in the Bible where the people seen Him as a prophet. Although Jesus is a prophet, ant the Son of the living God. However, it is through Him that us Christians become children of Abraham too.

But I have two questions?

Could it be that those who are unable to see Christ as the truth, the way, the life and salvation have a veil over their hearts?

Can someone love thy neighbor regardless their beliefs if yet we say that we have the love of God?

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