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Response to the "Love of Allah"

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Submitted by Servant of Christ (United States), Oct 8, 2006 at 20:11

You got it twisted Christianity rely on blind obedience and Islam is based on faith. The average Christian does not know his religion and is taught to only to believe. A Muslim is taught that he must not only believe in one God, but support his beliefs with "actions" not by just words. How can you tell if a person loves you? By their words or their actions? In Christianity it is by words and in Islam it is both. This is the greatest love of Allah:

Blind obedience? Christianity requires reasoning and faith. The average Christian is not really Christian, at least in the US. And what is Islam? I see many people fed with one way of thinking throughout their entire life, and when they question Islam, they are persecuted. Does not Christianity require you to do good deeds? The greatest love of Allah is the requirement of deeds to enter Heaven? Now, this could be your personal opinion, I want a Qu'ran verse to back this up.

Also, find me a verse in the Qu'ran saying that Allah IS love.

2:62. Those who believe (in the Qur'an), and those who follow the Jewish (scriptures), and the Christians and the Sabians,- any who believe in Allah and the Last Day, and work righteousness, shall have their reward with their Lord; on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve.

Jesus promised churches that they would have their reward. He promised that he would remove every tear and every hardship. Jesus made it clear what was the ultimate love, which I show later if you show me your verse.

This proves the Allah is the one and only universal God. Both the Jews and Christians have a tribal god that only permits them into heaven. The Muslim have a God that welcomes any who believes in God, the last day, and work righteousness. This is true love.

It only proves that Allah is God if your doctrine and text is justified. No, our God asks us to be our representatives to others, we are the light of the world. Okay, so the ultimate love is letting somewhat work for his or her salvation?

May the Lord Jesus Christ Bless You All

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