my heart no longer,
دى شوية مواقع كتب عربى وانجليزى اى كتاب انت عايزه غالبا هتلاقيه فى حاجة منهم .. استمتعوا ووصلوهم لمحبى القراءة
1-موقع ibooks .
4-موقع مكتبة الاسكندرية.
5-موقع مكتبتنا .
7-موقع ثقافة دوت كوم.
8- موقع free books .
9- موقع memoware.
5-موسوعة الكتب الالكترونية العربية
11-جيان لتحميل الكتب
12-مكتبة الابداع قراءة و تحميل اونلاين
16-تحميل كتب فلسفة
18-مكتبة المصطفى الالكترونية
19-الكتاب العربى الالكترونى
22-المكتبة الرقمية العالمية
24تاريخ مصر من اجل استعادة ذاكرة الامة
26-المكتبة للكتب الاسلامية و العربية
29-MD Consult: Books: Specialties
30-المكتبة الرقمية السعودية
31-مكتبة بابل الالكترونية
34-قصص و روايات فورشير
35-مركز ودود للمخطوطات
38-مكتبة الكوكب العاشر
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Anonymous asked: hey! I'm a Christian, & I see you are a Muslim. Could you explain a little about your beliefs please? I'm really intrigued and curious to know more about such a fascinating religion, I don't mean to cause offense at all (: have an awesome day!
I don’t mind at all! :) I am happy to share with you.
I grew up in south Texas and was raised as a Baptist Christian all my life. The town I lived in was extremely small. I went to school that was not very diverse at all. I had never heard of a Muslim, much less met one until 9/11. After that, I pretty much hated all Muslims and thought they were all terrorist. Little did I know that nearly 10 years later, I would become a Muslim.
When I was a Christian, I always asked a lot of questions to which my Sunday school teachers could never answer, so they told me it is “blind faith.” I felt like a terrible person for always questioning my beliefs and others would jokingly call me “Doubting Thomas.” The biggest question that I always had was in the Trinity. If God is God and Jesus is Jesus, but God is Jesus and Jesus is God, then who was the Holy Spirit and why could no one explain that they holy spirit was something more than just a feeling in your heart but it was also God.
Well, when I went to college, during my Sophomore year, I began hanging out with a lot of Nigerians, Moroccans, and Saudi’s. I began having pleasant debates about religion with a lot of them over time. I hate how they also tended to make sense and I just confused them more. I figured that if I would convert them to Christianity, then I need to read about their religion and find out why they worship a black box out in the desert, find out why they prayed to Muhammad and find out what Allah was God of. I assumed it was more of a Pagan religion than anything else… and you know what I found out? THEY DID NONE OF THOSE THINGS,
I started by reading the Quran. I found out that most of the stories in the Quran, I already knew them! They were so similar to the stories in the Bible. Little did I know that they were the same, only easier for me to understand. Muslims believe in Abraham, Noah, Moses, Jonah, David, Solomon, Joseph, Mary, Jesus… the list goes on. I learned that these great men were not just men that did special things, they were prophets. Muslims loved them each of them and held them in high regard. I couldn’t believe that Muslims believe in Jesus! They did not believe he was God or that he was the son of God, but they loved him and believed he was one of the greatest prophets. Now s for the black box in the desert? Muslims don’t worship it; I found it was an important part of Islamic history, and the Kabba is a symbol for the unity of Muslims. Now as for Allah, many Americans think that because he is not named God, then he is not the same god or he would be called God. It is funny really. Do people think that all Christians around the world do not have another name for God? It depends on what language you are speaking. In fact, Allah is special. It is a name only given to Him. It means the one and only God, creator of everything (the only one to be worshiped). It is a little difficult for me to translate the meaning because in English we do not have the word. God in English doesn’t just refer to God of everything. We say God when we are describing Pagan people’s religion. An example, “They worship a Moon god.” In Arabic, Allah is just for Him.
I later went on to find that Islam doesn’t teach hostility, and that jihad doesn’t mean to go off and kill a bunch of people in the name of Allah. It is something that you struggle with, such as when you lose your job or anything else in that sense. I began to realize that most of what I knew about Islam wasn’t even correct at all. A lot of it came from terrible translation, my fear of what I didn’t know, and the media’s twisted perception of this actually incredibly peaceful religion.
I gathered the majority of it all from the Quran. I read it (English translation) twice. Both times I cried because it actually made sense to me. It wasn’t just something that was symbolic and I needed someone to translate or decode it for me. I could understand it. That was something I had a hard time doing with the Bible. After that, I began doing research. I watched, YouTube, read books/journals/articles, studied constantly anything and everything I could, not only over Islam, but over Christianity and some Judaism. I realized that there was a lot of stuff about Christianity that I didn’t realize, mainly about the stuff that was hidden from Christians. After about 2 years of studying, I decided to convert.
I hope that this helps to answer some of your questions. I was kind of a rough overview of Islam and what led me to it from Christianity. I think sometimes it is easier to answer direct questions regarding narrow subjects. It is difficult to give an overview of an entire religion through 1 ask lol, but I am glad that you asked. I think that no matter what religion you are, it is a good thing to ask questions and find out about other religions. If nothing else, it will make you stronger in your own beliefs or make you understand a person a little better. I hope this helps you, and any time that you may have questions, please do not hesitate to ask.