Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 1 decade ago

why don't all the christians convert to islam, the fastest growing religion?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Because most of them are not in prison where the majority of conversions take place in the West.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    It in all possibility is. the way those are worked out inspite of the fact which could be a sprint strange. If it rather is performed completely on share then a small cult will constantly win. If it rather is performed completely on easily numbers the biggest religions (including christianity and islam) will constantly be considered the two the quickest or 2d quickest. If the 2d is what you're refering to i might think of it would unquestionably be christianity because of the fact of all the missionairies they do, yet islam is likewise changing greater people these days. for my area you may not get a solid discern on which faith is growing to be quickest besides with the aid of what Ive suggested above and additionally because of the fact anybody in the worldwide have not been surveyed and in some international locations it particularly is unlawful to be a diverse faith. subsequently you may not precisely say which faith is growing to be quickest yet based upon cutting-edge info i might say it particularly is islam

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    All I can say is that if the Islamic world keeps acting the way it is right now it will not be the fastest growing religion for long.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Like I mentioned before, the basic reason for it to be the fastest growing religion is not because it is the truth, but because of it's iron-handed method of recruiting.

    Christians has their own idea of god, which is different from Islam.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Not only Christians are converted to Islam.

  • jenny
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    1 decade ago

    Checking out your ?´s over the past week or so, I see you´re on a role, asking provokative / insulting questions about Islam, Christianity, etc.

    You also enjoy making broad and false judgements about Muslims and Islam.

    If you´re out to stir up trouble, do it somewhere else. This is for people who want information, not trouble. And really, you end up sounding really racist. Is this what you´re out for?

    If you stop asking provokative questions, you´ll stop getting the same kinds of answers.

    If you really want information, ask it seriously. there are lots of informed people who can tell you what you want to know.

  • 1 decade ago

    To convert to Islam would mean giving up the peace and joy of knowing God personally. It would mean denying the truth that He loved me despite my sin so much that He would become a human being, suffer and die on a cross to pay the penalty for my sin. I would lose the assurance I have that my sins are forgiven and that I will be spending eternity with Him, worshipping Him.

    You Muslims have a relationship with a book, we Christians have a relationship with our Creator God and Loving Heavenly Father. There is no comparison.

  • 1 decade ago

    No thankyou Islam does not rule the world, this is the Lesson that King Henry Vlll taught to the Catholics, everyone is Equal.Religions have to be in Harmony with each other ,otherwise there will not be World Peace.

  • 1 decade ago

    It's not a matter of who grows the fastest.

    That's like saying all Americans should become Chinese cos their economy is like 10% growth and America is like uhm... it's like uhhh...... ^_^

    Thing is it's really about your spirituality and where your loyalties lie.

    God Bless,

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Well, you might want to ask yourself why you ask this question? Conversion without the conversion of heart through what you really believe in is equilvalent to no conversion. Conversion only takes place when one has the conviction to what he/she believe in.

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