… is when one starts to be more concerned about the contents of another scripture than what is written in the scripture of one’s own faith.
I really did not plan to open this thread but I seem to be getting questioned on unrelated matters to the subject of the thread that I am currently focusing on and so I think it is probably better for me to respond to these questions on this thread.
First off, why should those who say that they do not believe in what is written in the Qur’an be so concerned about what it says regarding the fate of non-believers in the Hereafter?
I know what the Bible says about my own fate but it does not bother me at all because I just do not believe that my destiny in the Hereafter will depend on what the Bible says.
I think that it should be no different for those who do not believe in the Qur’an.
Second, is the truth and accuracy of your own scripture not an important matter for you?
Like I have mentioned, convincing oneself that the Qur’an is wrong does not prove that one’s own faith is the truth or vice versa and so I do not quite understand the motives of those who are attacking the scriptures of others without at the same time checking the truth of their own scripture as well.
Third, why is it so important for Christians to “save” the souls of Muslims??
You see, Muslims believe that on the Day of Judgment, we will not be questioned by the Creator on whether the people who we spread the teachings of Islam to eventually embraced Islam or not, but rather we will be questioned on the time and effort that we put in towards this cause.
And so, I can tell you that I am not on these boards to save anyone’s soul but my own.