Comparative Religion Points

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(1) Prohibition of Alcohol:- MANU SMRUTI 9:235, 11:55; RIG VEDA 8:2:12, 8:21:14; //BIBLE: Proverbs 20:1, 23:31; Ephesians 5:18; //QURAN 2:219, 5:93.

(2) Prohibition of Pork:- //BIBLE: Leviticus 11:7-8; Deuteronomy 14:8; //QURAN 2:173, 5:4, 6:145, 16:115.

(3) Prohibition of Usury (Interest on Money/Loan/Credit):- MANU SMRUTI 11:62, 8:152; //BIBLE: Leviticus 25:36-37; Ezekiel 18:13, 22:12; Psalms 15:5; //QURAN 2:275, 3:130.

(4) Permission for Non-Vegetarian Food / Animal Sacrifice:- RAMAYANA 2:20:29, 2:20:17-18, 1:14:30-33; MANU SMRUTI: 5:30, 39; MAHABHARATA 13:88; //BIBLE: Deuteronomy 14:4-6, 14:11; Leviticus 11:3; //QURAN 5:2, 6:142, 16:5, 23:21.

(5) Permission for Multiple Spouses (Wives/Husbands):- RAMAYANA 2:8:12, Dasaratha; MAHABHARATA: Draupadi, Krishna; //BIBLE: 3Kings 11:3; 2Kings (2Samuel) 5:13; 2Chronicles 11:21; Exodus 21:10; Deuteronomy 21:15; //QURAN 4:3.

(6) Veil/Head Scarf/Modesty:- RIG VEDA: 8:33:19; //BIBLE: 1st Corinthians 11:5; //QURAN 24:30-31, 33:59.

(7) Oneness of God & Prohibition of Idol Worship:- YAJUR VEDA 32:3, 40:8-9; RIG VEDA 1:164:46, 6:45:16; UPANISHAD: Khandogya: 6:2:1, Shwetashvatara 6:9, 4:20; GEETA: 7:20, 10:3; BRAHMA SUTRA; //BIBLE: Leviticus 26:1; Exodus 20:4; //QURAN 2:163, 2:255, 4:171, 7:191, 16:20, 25:3, 112:1-4.

(8) Prophet Muhammad's Description:- BHAVISHYA PURANA: Prati Sarag: Parv III: Khand 3: Aday 3: Shloka 5-8, 10-27; SAMA VEDA: Book II: Hymn 6: Verse 8; //BIBLE: Deuteronomy 18:18; John 14:16; 1John 4:1-3 //QURAN 3:144, 47:2, 48:29, 61:6.

(9) Fighting/Struggling (Jihaad) for Truth:- GEETA 2:32, 2:37, 11:34; RIG VEDA: 1:132:4; //BIBLE: Numbers 25:17, Luke 19:27, Deuteronomy 2:33-34; //Quran 4:135.

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Every human being is biologically identical. Even though a person may be a Christian, a Muslim, or a Hindu, there is no change in the biological properties of a person, as he just belongs to the species called “homo sapiens”. Although all human beings belong to the same species, but their beliefs differ according to their own religions. Being biologically same, one person doesn’t eat meat, while other doesn’t drink alcohol. Thus, people live in a same society, but they act according to their own beliefs, cultures, traditions, customs, etc.

Though many people think that they have been following their religion, but in reality, they are just following the footsteps of their forefathers blindly. Since people hardly read their religious books (scriptures), they hardly know what these scriptures actually command. The backbone of every religion is the religious books associated with it. And if a person doesn’t know what these scriptures contain, then what he follows is just a tradition, not a religion. In fact, instead of following the commands of God, he is just following the practices of his forefathers.

As every religion talks about God and good things, it is obvious that all these religious books have many things in common. Whether Islam, Christianity, or Hinduism, every religion commands its followers many things in common. Few common things from the society are still common in the religious books, but unknown to many people. For instance, drinking of alcohol is prohibited in all religions, but people feel that it is prohibited only in Islam. Similarly, eating of pork (pig meat) is not just prohibited in Islam, but even in Christianity and Hinduism also.

In view of the common commands and beliefs in the 3 major religions of India, i.e., Hinduism, Islam and Christianity, this blog contains few common points across these religions. This ‘comparative religion points’ blog contains the references of these common points (presently 9 points) from the religious books of these three major religions.

Yajur Veda: 32:3. There is NO COUNTERPART OF HIM whose glory verily is great. In the beginning rose Hiranyagarbha, etc. Let not him harm me, etc. Than whom there is no other born, etc.

Bible: Leviticus 26:1. Ye shall make you NO IDOLS nor graven IMAGE, neither rear you up a standing image, neither shall ye set up any image of stone in your land, to bow down unto it: for I am the Lord your God.

Quran: 2:163. And your God is ONE God: There is no god but He, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

The points at the beginning of this post, just give the references in terms of numbers, etc, and do not give the full quotes (the details are given later in this post) from the verses. So, this way all these points have become a very small paragraph. Hence this compactness can be utilized by copying this whole paragraph in a Smart-Phone. And once done, then on, whenever there is a discussion, these points can be referred from our phone within seconds, for clarifying the whole matter and making peace. In fact, there are lot more things that can be put here, but these points should be enough to clarify the things to a certain extent.

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. For verses of the Quran, English translation of Abdullah Yusuf Ali is referred.
. For Biblical verses, King James Version (KJV) Bible is referred.

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Last Updated on 12/Mar/2016. Modified the contents in the body of the main article.

Updated on 15/Dec/2013. Added video links about prophet Muhammad's descriptions in Indian religions, and references in different religious scriptures.

Updated on 18/Sept/2013. Added another reference in point-4, about the horse slaughter in Ashwamedha/Aswamedha/Asvamedha/Ashvamedha Yagna/Yajna in Hinduism mentioned in Ramayana.

Updated on 25/June/2013. Added another point about fighting/struggling for truth/justice, called jihaad in Islam; and this recommendation in other religions also. Insha-allaah, may be some more points need to be added in this.

Updated on 25/Dec/2012. Updated another reference to Prophet Muhammad in the Bible.

Updated on 1/Feb/2012. Updated a video-link about Halaal way of slaughtering animals, which pacifies an animal.

Updated on 3/Sep/2011. Divided the explanation of the points into different posts. And changed the layout, template, etc.

Updated on 2/Feb/2011. Changed the counter from Unique-counts to Total-counts.

Updated on 16/Sep/2010. Added point number 5 with verses. Updated Biblical verses in point number 4.

Updated on 14/Sep/2010: Updated verses for point number 4.

Updates: Added new scanned copies of the book 'Mohammad in World Scriptures'.

Insha-Allah, soon I shall be adding my comments also to all the points so as to give more clear explanation for the verses documented here.


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  2. Sir....i wud not say that you are wrong but comparitively right in many aspect....Even thou i am hindu but i dont wanna take side of an religion..because i feel all the bhagwan, dev, prophets, angel they came on this mortal land to teach my friend humanity must be the supreme all are just supporting doc or books..

  3. Futher if you have read manusmiriti...can you tell me one common story that is referenced in quarn, bible as well as in mahabharata book..that unites us

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