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Salam brothers and sisters, I am in bit of a conflict. I have a very close friend who I've known since childhood that seems to be seriously doubting the validity of religion and Islam. We were both raised as Muslims and both our families are Muslims but he seems to have a different mindset. I cannot call him ignorant or wrong because these are his opinions and I must respect them even if he does not respect me sometimes when I try to explain to him, but alas I seem to be getting nowhere. So in spite of my possible lack of knowledge, is there anything I can say or show him that could help him think in a different perspective? He is the type of person who doesn't look at both arguments and is sort of rude but I need some help in talking to him. Again he was raised on the Muslim faith but he now is seriously considering leaving Islam and I want to help him as much as possible. thank you
Let's help a few brothers and sisters strengthen their iman. It is quite hard to hold onto religion in our time, especially in the west as all finds explanation through science. All while divine books are explained as part of the evolution of our intelligence/knowledge (God of the gaps). Even the moral lessons and actions are no longer viewed as divine but barbaric or simply ancient. Rather than arguing which religion speaks the truth, let's start with the origin of it- the Almighty. My proof is fitra, though for many this isn't proof enough. Even for myself at times my feelings sway, though thankfully my rope to God never snaps. Some claim it is caused by indoctrination/condition from a young age. However, if so, why do many members of non-religious families turn to religion? Then comes the idea of cultures and our way of thinking. Anyhow, what is yours?
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