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  1. Istiak

    How to pray?

    Haha! So funny. I didn't mean that anyway. I meant if you pray in Arabic than you will get more virtue. But, Islam allows you to pray in other languages either. Are you talking about Gravity? If yes! than I disagree.. Leaving the thread... Since I found my answer.. Thanks to all.
  2. Istiak

    How to pray?

    I don't know how many Abrahamic Religions are right there. I have found 4 now. 1. Judaism 2. Christianity 3. Islam 4. the Bahá'í Faith I have studied Islam, Christianity and Judaism. So, I am just talking about them and ignoring another one. >Old Testament:<br/> "You shall have no other gods besides Me" (Exodus 20:3)<br/> New Testament:<br/> "You shall worship the Lord your God. and Him only you shall serve" (Luke 4:8)<br/> The Quran: "You shall know that: "There is no other god beside God" 47:19<br/> Jesus preached love and submission to God. He proclaimed that he has not come to change the law (of the Torah) but to confirm it (Mathew 5:17-18)<br/>**Prophet Muhammad did not bring any religion by the name of Islam**. It is written in the Qur'an that Islam (Submission to God), is as old as Abraham (22:78)<br/>"Abraham was neither a Jew, nor a Christian; but he was a monotheist submitter. He was not one of the those who set up partners with God." 3:67 ~ [Quora](https://qr.ae/pGactx) Currently I believe in Abrahamic Religion. In Quran (Hadith maybe) : You can pray in any Language but, you will get less [virtue](https://www.wordhippo.com/what-is/the-opposite-of/sin.html) than you pray in Arabic Since, I haven't read Bible or Tanakh completely so I don't know if there's similar thing like this. Above I mentioned that I believe in Abrahamic Religion but I didn't mention any Religion name cause, according to my research God exists but, I don't know if he gave a specific Religion. Allah (mentioning Muslim God) allows people to pray in any language. Even, Christians also can pray in any language (according to my study). But, I don't have any idea of Judaism. Even, history of those religions are little bit related so I can simply believe those histories either (I have some other opinion about Christianity but I am not saying anything about that since those words are likely to show disrespect to Christians) Christians say God sent a person to heaven called Adam later when he said to God that he is alone; he needs someone else. Then God sent a woman to him called Eve. There was a tree of Satan; God told Adam to not take "apple" from that tree but, Eve had gone there and took an apple she shared apple with Adam. Later, God sent them to Earth not to listen to him. The same thing goes here : https://www.chabad.org/library/bible_cdo/aid/8167/jewish/Chapter-3.htm In Quran also, all the differences was available in Islam that is name. The man was called Mohammad Adam (a:) but, the woman was called Hawa (a:). All above Religions claim that they were prophet. So, there's no difference. So, I can simply believe those Religions altogether. <hr/> written above things [here](https://judaism.codidact.com/posts/283924). I think there's lot of religious people in the community. And, I think I can discuss with every people of above stated religion. My question is : Since I am believing in Islam, Judaism and Christianity (adding it since I had talked about it above. I have some problem in the religion but, I don't want to discuss with anyone here or there) altogether than how can I pray? I meant Muslim pray this way and, jews this way. But, they are praying different way so, I don't want to disrespect any method of praying. I just believe that God exists. He didn't give any Religion. But, he said us lot of things by prophets. I am confused how should I pray. Should I believe a religion or it is OK to believe all religions? I think I should pray the way I want but, I want my seniors suggestion.
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