Hello all, I am researching two different religions for my essay in my comparative religion course and one I have chosen is Islam. I have a few questions for you guys in hopes of understanding how your religion views God and how you feel you believe you should live life concerning him. I know very little about those religion and would appreciate everyone’s insight to my questions. Thank you guys! My questions are as follows: 1. Do you believe in God? 2. Do you believe in a heaven/hell? If so, what do they look like? 3. What do you need to achieve in this religion before you die? 4. Do you think there is a difference in being religious and spiritual? 5. What benefits does your religion have? 6. Do you believe people of other religions are wrong? 7. Do you think our purpose in life is dependent on God, nature, or ourselves?
Judaism questions from a curious student
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