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Title: بین المذاہب تعلقات: سامی ادیان کی تعلیمات کا تجزیہ
Authors: Abbas, Hafiz Muhammad Waseem
Keywords: Religious Studies
Islamic Studies
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: GIFT University, Gujranwala.
Abstract: Religions in general, and interfaith relations in particular, have always plaid a vital role in making human society harmonized and cohesive. Religion, being the most strong bond between God and Human Being, ensures humanity to be in one unit of a universal brotherhood. Thus all three semetic religions; Judaism, Christianity and Islam share the same ethos. According to the teachings of Islam human being is a unique, respectable and most honorable creature. In Quran all the human being are called Ibn-e Adam linked in the bond of brotherhood. The humanity, according to Islam has two spheres; the faithful and the non-believers. In addition to the blood relations, the faithful community has a special status in the brotherhood of faith and belief in God Almighty. Judaism seems to be a racial religion because in the sacred text of Judaism only the nation of Bani Israel (The Children of Israel) is addressed for most of the time. Even the concept of racial God is also raised there by addressing God as the God of Bani Israel and Bani Israel is presented as the favorite nation of the God. The law and Shariat of Moses is meant for Bani Israel only, ensuring them the salvation in the hereafter. Therefore, the jews are completely forbidden to have any sort of social, political, economic and religious relationship with others. Christianity puts great emphasizes on human welfare and salvation. Jesus Christ addressed all the humanity, not only Bani Israel like Judaism. He preached to every human being regardless of their race, language and area. According to new-testament the peak of human dignity totally depends upon their mutual love and support. Jesus is the symbol of love for humanity. He loved sinners, culprits and guilty people instead of hating them because all are equal as children of Adam. Interfaith harmony owes great to the teachings of internal relationships amongst followers of different religions. The followers of semetic religions make almost sixty percent of the global papulation. Therefore, the teachings of these faiths, regarding mutual relations amongst their followers, need a constructive critique, to create a solid ground for a harmonious futuristic view of humanity. The following research has the same focus.
Gov't Doc #: 22952
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