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In the Name of God بسم الله


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Everything posted by sefket83

  1. Must a person be very sorry for what they did? I do not know.
  2. If a person sins and repents then commits the same sin. Is this person responsible for both sins or only one?
  3. Is there a way for Jews or Christians who believe that it is possible they are right to enter heaven if they also knew that Islam might be true?
  4. So it is enougn to: 1 feel sorry for an action 2 pray for forgivness 3 try to amend for the bad deed 4 and then never repeat it again What if a person did something to a person who is now dead? Then I geuss this person should pray for this person or give money for a good cause it this persons name. Is this a valid taught?
  5. God can be almighty in that sense that he is in control of everything but that does not make him able to do anything. One can then ask the question why God allows evil and the answer to that is because he uses evil for good purposes. I do not know arabic but it seems as both shia and sunni agree that God is all wise (all good) so almighty means that nothing happens without his permission. This is a speculation.
  6. What if a person does all these things but then enters a state where if they were put under the same circumstances as when they formerly sinned they would sin again but since they are not under such a state they do not sin? Is their previous repentance accepted?
  7. Is this person intentions something they will be rewarded for? What if a person wanted to sin but could not? Will this person be punished?
  8. I think God is perfectly wise so he is completly good. Muslim say God is completly wise so that answers my question.
  9. I have tried to find in the Quran if it says that God is completly wise but found only the name wise. What do Muslims believe?
  10. Please answer this question since I am not sure what Muslims believe.
  11. I have understood that repentence means that a person is sorry for what they did and would not repeat the same deed if they were in the same circumstance as they were when they commited the bad deed. This person has new knowledge or experience or their character have improved.
  12. If a person fallsaway two times from your religion can they repent and their repentence be accepted? And what happens if a person did not know that repe
  13. Where in the Quran does it say God is all good?
  14. You are evading the question but I do not mean to be rude.
  15. If God is omnipotent and completly good then there would be no suffering. What do you say?
  16. I wonder if a Muslim must allways be honest toward what they know about Allah? Or is it so that Muslim must be more honest then a liar? Thank you
  17. I wonder if Muslims believe God is unlimitedly exalted?
  18. Do Muslims believe that we are only aware of some consequnces which will happen eternally because of our actions or fully aware. Personally I find it impossible to know all the consequncvenses if hell and heaven as Muslims believe exists.
  19. How can one fix the sins towards others? Needs one ask them for forgivness or try to give back something good as compensate.
  20. If someone wants to be Muslim must they repent in order for their sins to be forgiven? Or are all sins forgiven just if they believe?
  21. Do Muslim know completly how it will be in heaven or do they have partial knowledge? I have understood that Muslims have partial knowledge. Tnx.
  22. What will happen to those Muslims who unintentionally believe wrongly about Allah سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى. I mean there are many different opinions on the meaning of the Quran, will all these people with different opinions all enter heaven someday?
  23. Must a person believe in their heart or just want to believe? Are these things the same I mean if a person wants to believe maybe then their heart also believes?
  24. I wonder if it is enough for a person to believe in Islam until they die to be eternally in heaven eventually? I mean maybe a person would not believe if they were subject to torture but since they are not subject to torture they believe. For example a Muslim maybe never experience much hardships with being a believer and he/she believes but if he/she were put under much hardship they would disbelieve. Must a Muslim believe no matter what or can they just rely on that if they believed in this life then they will someday enter heaven?
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