Religion not named till the advent of Muhammad

February 11, 2016
Post #8
Paarsurrey wrote:
paarsurrey

I don’t think any prophets like Buddha, Krishna, Zoroaster,Moses, Socrates, Jesus gave any specific and meaningful name to the religion from G-d; they left it to be named by Muhammad- the Last of the Prophets, in status,as it was revealed to him from G-d and named by Him and is generic for any of them individually and collectively.
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Post #8

Why is Trinitarianism considered a violation of monotheism?

February 11, 2016
Post#2
Paarsurrey wrote:
paarsurrey

Why is Trinitarianism considered a violation of monotheism?

Quran is very clear about Oneness of G-d:

[112:1]In the name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful.
[112:2]Say, ‘He is Allah, the One;
[112:3]‘Allah, the Independent and Besought of all.
[112:4]‘He begets not, nor is He begotten;
[112:5]‘And there is none like unto Him.’
http://www.alislam.org/quran/search2/showChapter.php?ch=112

There is no ambiguity in it.
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Post#2

“There are no mistakes in Quran”

February 8, 2016
Post#194

Islam or any other religion does not need any terror to spread. It is the politicians who do it and use name of religion as strategy. Terror is a hindrance in the spread of Islam.
Nobody pays me.
It is my own belief, conviction and experience that there is no mistake in Quran. People don’t read verses of Quran intently so their understanding is short to get the correct meaning.
Please read Post #175. That may help.
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Post#194 , Post #175

Post#175
Paarsurrey wrote:

Also @ friend q konn
Quran is primarily a verbal Message/Recitation from G-d in Arabic, as a secondary measure it was also committed to writing and is available in a book form, in both forms it has reached us in its pristine form one supporting the other without any change.

1. Quran is authored by G-d, not by the prophet Muhammad, hence it has the same systems of its arrangement as the Universe has been arranged. If one understands the arrangements of Sun, Moon, Stars, Earth, Galaxies, Mountains ,rivers, deserts, valleys, forests, plains; then one can understand the arrangement of Quran; as all of them have been created by Him. If one does not understand the arrangement of the Universe and its units; then one is excused if he does not understand the arrangement of Quran. Universe is created by G-d and the Message/Recitation/Quran is authored by Him.
2. The first Chapter of the Quran, which consists of the seven verses; it is the summary or essence of the Quran. The rest of the Quran explains it in detail. One could see this system easily in Quran.
3. The verses of Quran mostly have endings in some attributes of G-d; this informs us how different attributes do work in different circumstances.
4. Quran has been translated in many languages. One could see the original text in Arabic and its translation in Urdu and English by accessing the linkhttp://www.alislam.org/quran/search2/index.php, for some other languages please click http://www.alislam.org/ and see under the heading in the page Holy Quran > Search Quran Translation.and or >Browse Quran Translations> and or more about the Holy Quran.​

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Invitation of a peaceful dialogue to Atheists!

January 31, 2016
Post #1
Paarsurrey started the thread:
paarsurrey

We, believers, should convince Atheism people with our reasonable and brilliant signs and arguments on one to one basis in and outside the Academia, over a cup of tea and or coffee, like thus:

Hello! Hello! Hello!

Peace be on you and your family.
Over a cup of hot coffee or tea in the Tim Hortons
Without the burden of “Burden of proof”
Let us compare our notes on:
“Does God exist or does not exist?”
Don’t worry; I will pay the bill of Tim Hortons.
Cordially invited to one to one discussion
Open to everybody, the Theists (the believers in God) of all denominations and the Atheists (the non-believers) of all hues and colors.
It will be a peaceful dialogue and without derision or ridicule.
Just call me, please:
I am, Skeptic of the Skeptic, a believer in God very naturally.​

I am confident we can convince them with peaceful dialogue .
Regards

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Post#68
paarsurrey

Atheism people (non-believers) should be invited by the believers for a peaceful dialogue

It is just a courteous and friendly invitation. If Atheism are not sure of themselves they just don’t accept the invitation. In both cases no harm is likely to come to them. Right? Please
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Post #71

It is very popular where I live.
I often visit there in the morning after Fajar (early in the morning about one hour before the sun-rise), then we friends do some exercise in the Gym and play games of our choice. Then we go to Tim Hortons to take coffee and bagels as breakfast. We friends like it very much.
It doesn’t have to be at Tim Hortons, necessarily, the Atheists and Believers should get together for a light discussion/dialogue and befriend one another. It doesn’t matter if we agree to disagree, still we have to live and co-exist peacefully, it doesn’t harm one if we live as friends.
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“Atheism: Blind men arguing against beauty in sunset”

January 29, 2016

31/07/2015

By Learnmore Zuze

http://www.newzimbabwe.com/columns-24021-Atheism+Blind+men+arguing+about+sunset/columns.aspx

 

“An atheist is a man who believes himself to be an accident”-

Francis Thompson

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BREAKING FREE from The Word of Faith Movement & telling the World about it! TELL US YOUR STORY

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Science and Religion were viewed as complementing each other as “natural philosophy”

January 29, 2016
Post #19

Paarsurrey wrote:

paarsurrey

I much appreciate your post.
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Atheism people (non-believers) should be invited by the believers for a peaceful dialogue

January 27, 2016
Post #1
Paarsurrey started the thread and wrote:
paarsurrey

We, believers, should convince Atheism people with our reasonable and brilliant signs and arguments on one to one basis in and outside the Academia, over a cup of tea and or coffee, like thus:

Hello! Hello! Hello!

Peace be on you and your family.
Over a cup of hot coffee or tea in the Tim Hortons
Without the burden of “Burden of proof”
Let us compare our notes on:
“Does God exist or does not exist?”
Don’t worry; I will pay the bill of Tim Hortons.
Cordially invited to one to one discussion
Open to everybody, the Theists (the believers in God) of all denominations and the Atheists (the non-believers) of all hues and colors.
It will be a peaceful dialogue and without derision or ridicule.
Just call me, please:
I am, Skeptic of the Skeptic, a believer in God very naturally.​

I am confident we can convince them with peaceful dialogue .
Regards

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Post #1

Atheism is no problem. It has no basis

January 25, 2016
Post #278

I agree with you.

Atheism is no problem. It has no basis. We should convince them with the our reasonable and brilliant signs and arguments on one to one basis in and outside the Academia, over a cup of tea and coffee, like:


Hello! Hello! Hello
!Peace be on you and your family.
Over a cup of hot coffee or tea in the Tim Hortons
Without the burden of “Burden of proof”
Let us compare our notes on:
“Does God exist or does not exist?”
Don’t worry; I will pay the bill of Tim Hortons.
Cordially invited to one to one discussion
Open to everybody, the Theists (the believers in God) of all denominations and the Atheists (the non-believers) of all hues and colors.
It will be a peaceful dialogue and without derision or ridicule.
Just call me, please:
I am, Skeptic of the Skeptic, a believer in God very naturally.

I am confident we can convince them with peaceful dialogue .
Regards

Can science destroy religion? No, it is impossible.

January 24, 2016
Post #273

Paarsurrey told:

paarsurrey

Science is just a tool of investigation in material and physical realms of human life, and does not cover the whole life. Religion supports and is not against science but religions goes deeper in life and brings forth meaning and purpose of human life. Science cannot destroy the revealed religion.
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Post #278

paarsurrey

I agree with you.

Atheism is no problem. It has no basis. We should convince them with the our reasonable and brilliant signs and arguments on one to one basis in and outside the Academia, over a cup of tea and coffee, like:


Hello! Hello! Hello
!

Peace be on you and your family.
Over a cup of hot coffee or tea in the Tim Hortons
Without the burden of “Burden of proof”
Let us compare our notes on:
“Does God exist or does not exist?”
Don’t worry; I will pay the bill of Tim Hortons.
Cordially invited to one to one discussion
Open to everybody, the Theists (the believers in God) of all denominations and the Atheists (the non-believers) of all hues and colors.
It will be a peaceful dialogue and without derision or ridicule.
Just call me, please:
I am, Skeptic of the Skeptic, a believer in God very naturally.

I am confident we can convince them with peaceful dialogue .
Regards

“Is there a complete list of countries where Islam spread by the sword? “

January 20, 2016
Post #1
Paarsurrey wrote:
paarsurrey

Sometimes or even often while a discussion is proceeding reasonably, an issue comes in between that could derail the discussion.
This happened with the thread “Was Islam spread by the sword?” where I and many other friends discuss the topic. Some of the friends here contend that Islam spread by the sword while I maintain that Islam spread peacefully in the world, yet they stress their viewpoint. I requested them to provide a complete list of countries where they contend Islam spread by the sword. Somehow they are reluctant to provide any such complete list.
Hence I have started this thread.
Atheists or Theists to provide such list (in terms of Post #2) with their evidences, if any, please

Regards

Last edited: Nov 9, 2015
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Post #2
Paarsurrey wrote:
paarsurrey

For example Post #2506, Post #2532 refers

Kindly give a complete list of countries where you see sword in action:

  • Only for conversion to religion Islam.
  • There was no other factor involved, absolutely none, for sure none,certainly none.
  • There were no earlier conversion to Islam before that in that country.
  • If there were earlier conversions , before you see sword in action; what were the clear motives of converts behind?
  • Were the converts since then “under sword” constantly till now that they could not revert to their previous religion? If not, why do they stick to Quran/Islam/Muhammad even now?

Please
Anybody please

Regards

Post #205
Paarsurrey wrote:

Is there a complete list of countries where Islam spread by the sword?

No one did provide a complete and with consensus list with 100% accurate evidence. Did one? Please
If yes, please mention the post number.
Regards

Post #210

Just find one act of violence done my Muhammad while he spent first 13 years of his ministry in Mecca out of 23 years total . That would be enough. Will one? Please
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