Question:
I was brought up Christian and went to a Catholic school for many years. There were many things I disagreed with growing up. When it was time to marry, I married a Muslim man. This opened up a whole new world to me. I am trying to learn as much as I can about Islam. Recently I started praying. Still there are so many questions I need answered. As a Muslim I need to pray 5 times a day Christians however pray differently. So since Christians pray another way does this mean they are any less? Muslims believe that Allah wants you to do all of these things such as pray 5 times a day, wear a hijab, eat only halal meat, and so on. So Christians do not do these things. What will happen to Christians on the judgment day? How do I really know what Allah wants me to do in order to be strong, spiritually?

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Answer:
What may happen to Muslims or non-Muslims, we believe that Islam is the final and the most comprehensive message of God to humanity. Everybody is invited to study this religion, and nobody should be compelled to accept it. The best way to learn is to read books, look at the right web sites, talk to scholars, and associate with Muslim communities, and so forth. Certainly prayer is a powerful path towards spiritual strength.

Refrence:

Ref: www.islamichouseofwisdom.com


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