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 Post subject: The Glorious Holy Qur-an
PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2006 10:17 am 
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The Holy Quran

Chapter 1

Al Fatihah : The Opening


In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.

1 Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the worlds,

2 The Beneficent, the Merciful,

3 Master of the day of Requital.

4 Thee do we serve and Thee do we beseech for help.

5 Guide us on the right path,

6 The path of those upon whom Thou has bestowed favours,

7 Not those upon whom wrath is brought down, nor those who go astray.


http://www.seventhfam.com/temple/books/quran/quran1.htm

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i could care less about organized religion, for lots of reasons. this is a lot like other gods, e.g. some christian versions,..specifically,where we have the disparity between being merciful and yet bringing down wrath on those who go astray, etc...

for me, religion is apersonal matter that resides in the mind of each person, and not something that is prescribed by others as to what is and is not true. just be nice to everyone, no more complicated than that to me. be good.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2006 11:49 am 
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garagejazz wrote:
i could care less about organized religion, for lots of reasons. this is a lot like other gods, e.g. some christian versions,..specifically,where we have the disparity between being merciful and yet bringing down wrath on those who go astray, etc...

for me, religion is apersonal matter that resides in the mind of each person, and not something that is prescribed by others as to what is and is not true. just be nice to everyone, no more complicated than that to me. be good.


The last sentence in your second paragraph makes a lot of sense. So tell when those who do not do good, what should happen to them?

There has to be disparity when there is such a thin line between good and bad.

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[quote][b][i] The Holy Quran

Chapter 2

Al-Baqarah : The Cow


Section 1: Fundamental Principles of Islam

Section 2: Lip-profession

Edited for LENGTH: Derrion, please give a link after a brief introduction. Anyone who is interested can click on it. Don't try to consume our bandwidth for posting your religious guidebook.

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Excuse me. I am sort of "obtuse" when it comes to the "techs and specs" about computering.

Here is the link for those who may wish to read:

http://www.seventhfam.com/temple/books/quran/quran.htm

You know one thing about being "obtuse", it allows you that much free space to gain.

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20:101 Abiding therein. And evil will be their burden on the day of Resurrection --

20:102 The day when the trumpet is blown; and We shall gather the guilty, blue-eyed, on that day,

20:103 Consulting together secretly: You tarried but ten (days).

20:104 We know best what they say when the fairest of them in course would say: You tarried but a day.


http://www.seventhfam.com/temple/books/ ... uran20.htm

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garagejazz wrote:
i could care less about organized religion, for lots of reasons. this is a lot like other gods, e.g. some christian versions,..specifically,where we have the disparity between being merciful and yet bringing down wrath on those who go astray, etc...

for me, religion is apersonal matter that resides in the mind of each person, and not something that is prescribed by others as to what is and is not true. just be nice to everyone, no more complicated than that to me. be good.


But this is the 'Religion' forum, so you must be lost?


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20:101 Abiding therein. And evil will be their burden on the day of Resurrection --

20:102 The day when the trumpet is blown; and We shall gather the guilty, blue-eyed, on that day,

20:103 Consulting together secretly: You tarried but ten (days).

20:104 We know best what they say when the fairest of them in course would say: You tarried but a day.


http://www.seventhfam.com/temple/books/ ... uran20.htm


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