What is the primary difference between Christianity and Islam?
Why do Muslims believe that the evolution of religion ends with Muhammad?
On what grounds could I avoid studying religious studies in my school since they are taught from the Christian perspective?
Historically, weren't all religions spread by force?
What is meaning of the Quranic term "fitna" in relation to coercion in religion?
What do I tell a friend who says he believes in God but doesn't want to follow a religion because he feels that religions cause more trouble than peace?
Why is the Western society showing an interest in eastern religions but still maintaining their beliefs in Christianity?
What is your opinion of the view that Hinduism appears to be very liberal ideologically with their many deities but oppressive socially with the caste system and Islam to be just the opposite by comparison, oppressive ideologically but liberal socially?
If it is possible for the followers of other religions to go to Heaven, then why is it essential for them to accept Islam and Ahmadiyyat?
Is it true that the Hindu concept of the spiritual development of man is similar to the Islamic concept as outlined by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad in his book, The Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam?
How are religions distinct from cults and "isms"?
Does God speak and show visions to non-Muslims?
Why should non-Muslims consider converting to Islam if the Quran says, "Surely, those who believe and the Jews and the Christians and the Sabians--whichever party from among these truly believes in Allah and the Last Day and does good deeds, shall have their reward with their Lord, and no fear shall come upon then nor shall they grieve."(2:63)?
How should Muslims respond to those Christians who say they believe in Christianity due to their personal spiritual experiences?
How should one respond to a Christian who says he does not want to consider the Quran because he believes that the Bible is the final Word of God?
Do all religions believe in a concept of reincarnation?
How should one respond to the allegation that Muhammad received his information about Christianity from the Christians themselves?
Could Judaism be sufficient for mankind if it is practiced in its entirety and its original purity?
Why does the Quran instruct the believers not to pity the non-believers?
Will the followers of other religions be punished by God?
Does the Quranic verse, "O ye who believe! take not the Jews and the Christians for friends..." (5:52) forbid Muslims from making friends with any Jews?
Is it a virtuous act for Muslims to attack Hindu temples since Abraham is believed to have also attacked temples of idol worship?
Are Hindus and Buddhists considered to be a part of the "People of the Book" (Ahle-Kitab)?
Are the differences that we find in world religions today a result of different teachings brought by the respective Prophets or are they created by the followers of those religions?
Are there different ways of accepting a prophet?
What is the connection between intellect and religion and how far can we use intellect in the matter of religion?
Why do people not accept Muhammad when their own prophets prophecied his advent?
Is the Bahai religion really the fastest growing faith?
Are only the Jews & Christians considered to be the "People of the Book"?
What other recorded instances exist where non-Muslims were permitted to pray as they wished in Muslim mosques?
What do you say to those who reject a religion because it is an Asian or Eastern religion?
What is the difference beween Ahmadi Muslims, Bahais, and Zikri Muslims?
Does the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community plan to convert all of Switzerland by 2000 and is Christianity at transition point?
Why did people start worshipping the idols?
Why do we find more atheists in Western countries?
Why do Muslims believe that Jesus ascended to heaven as Christians do with Easter?
If God has made Islam the perfect religion then why does He also say that Christians, Jews, and Sabians are able to attain paradise?
Why does the Quran say not to take Christians and Jews as friends?
Is the concept of the “grace of God” similar between Christianity and Islam?