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Al-Bannā continues to refute the argument that Islam abrogates earlier religions, and refutes the possible “specious arguments” that could be used against his own assertions.
The author warns against Islamic extremists and the danger they pose to the world, suggesting that Islam nowadays poses the same threat as fascism in 1930s.
The author argues that the religion received by all prophets is the religion of Islam and that this is mentioned in the Qur´an. He believes that the religion of Islam is the only religion accepted by God.
In this article, Pope Shenouda gives a full-length study of the Qur´an´s perception of Christianity, the Gospel, Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary. He says that the Qur´an proves the authenticity of the Holy Bible. It also speaks very highly of Jesus Christ. It describes Him as the “...
The article explains the meaning of kufr [unbelief] and kufar [unbelievers] as mentioned in the Qur´an. It tells that the word kufr has a dogmatic and a linguistic meaning and that there is no verse in the Qur´an that orders the killing of kufar. All the Qur´anic verses delay the...
The Qur’ān is the only revealed divine book that acknowledges religious diversity. In Chapter 2, The Cow, Verse 62, God says: “Lo! those who believe ( in that which is revealed unto you, Muhammad), and those who are Jews, and Christians, and Sabaeans- whoever believes in Allāh and the Last Day and...
Reforming the religious discourse is a must. Reforming Islamic jurisprudence requires interpretation based on reason not the text, and modernization not traditional ways, so that jurisprudents and Islamic scholars can find in Islam new rules and modern principles to motivate the reason and inspire...
Reverend Rifa’at Al-Said comments on an article published in Al-Wafd to the effect that Islam has abrogated the religions prior to it. He cited many Qur’anic verses and quoted prominent Islamic scholars to refute such an idea.
The author believes that faith cannot be the product of compulsion. It is unimaginable that any heavenly religion, Judaism, Christianity or Islam, can be founded on compulsion to join it. These three religions accepted and approved the religions that came before them: Judaism tells stories of the...
Shebl says the series of "Awan Al-Ward" led to discussions that Egyptians were in dire need of. Before the disaster of 1967 [in reference to the defeat of the six day war], there were no discussions about the relationship between Muslims and Christians. People were dealing with their companions on...

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