Unfortunately you are **not reading ** others’ posts **nor your own typed posts ** nor your scriptures properly.
It seems to me that you just want to relpy peoples’ questions as fast as possible like a ROBOT, just for the sake of “answering”.
This robot attitude is not allowing you to think what you are actually typing.
Here, you, as usual, took few lines out of context of Faith101’s post and then try to “prove” your point. You just made me laugh at your inability to even see the very very clear things.
This attitude of “proving” things by hook or by crook, you seem to have ‘inherited’ from your Church traditions.
Now PLEASE RE-READ this passage again, of Faith101:
]Muslim is born sinless
, not perfect, but with a clean slate.
We do not inherit our father or a mother’s sin, as Allah states that no soul shall bear the burden of another.
**The sins that are written against us are those that we have ourselves earned. **
In terms of reaching paradise, then it is with Allah’s mercy.
Someone once explained on this forum that original sin does not mean the inheritance of Adam’s sin, but just the ability to sin. If that’s true, than there is no disagreement between this point of view and that of a Muslim’s.
The only disagreement would arise when we try to figure out what happens with that ability to sin.
In Islam, we believe that through our own active repentance and God’s mercy…those sins are wiped clean. In Christianity, it is the blood of Jesus that wipes those sins clean.
And I agree with this above qoute and this is what I was trying to expalin to you but Faith 101 explaind it in a very short and sweet and clear manner.
If you don’t understand this issue even after this clear explanation of Faith101, then I can only pray to God to have mercy on the condition of your brain.
Ability to commit sin does not mean at all that man is born with sin.
May be you like this kind of explanation:
Your God is decidedly God of Love or He Himself is Love, right?.
But Gos is Love does not mean that He is not going to punish His own choosen people - rebellious children, such as those Judah’s children whose every hair of their bodies your Master (assyid) will shave with a specific Hired Razor (bi-Moosa) from Assyrians. Read Isaiah 7:20 and it’s footnote # 9 in your catholic New American Bible for details, it will open-up your eyes very wide to see the other activities of Loving-God].
Here you will discover an another aspcet of your Loving-God who will inflict His SUFFERINGS and DISGRACE on His own people, no?? Does this mean that your God of Love is not a Loving-God, simply because He will shave the hair between the legs, beards and heads of His own choosen people?
Or are you telling me that since your Lord will act like a barbor to inflict His disgrace on His own choosen people, thus your Loving-God too is sinfull??
Let me now invite you to think on this scenario:
When Prophet Adam (PBUH) was born, did he commit the “sin” (mistake) the moment he was born or afterwards when he alongwith his wife were allowed to live in the Garden?
Lets say you too were there in the Garden between that specific period - i.e., between Prophet Adam (PBUH)'s birth and the incident when he ate the forbidden tree. In that period (prior to his eating the forbiden tree) if someone had asked you about the nature of man, what could have been your answer? Remember that man is already born and living in the Garden and on trial. Was he sinfull at that specific period? [/INDENT]