A Comparative Analysis Of The Destroyer Seven Sins In Both Christianity And Islam

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Dr. Badshah Rehman , Muhammad Zaid , Dr. Muhammad Abdul Haq , Safia , Muhammad Tariq , Muhammad Nawab Khan


Cain originated the destructive sin that killed his brother Abel in this mortal world. Sin and goodness are two distinct paths that each religion might take. Since the beginning, man has obeyed the great and powerful things around him, and as a result, many faiths have been cast in the shadow of manhood. The two oldest divine faiths, Christianity and Islam, comprise two distinct paths: the one that leads to God and the one that leads to the devil. Defiance of God is thus the definition of sin. Islam likewise emphasises that sin has the same repercussions as in Christianity.

The destructive ramifications of sin in both religions are the subject of this article. What are the etymologies and epistemologies of the terms "sin" in Islam and Christianity, respectively? What are the similarities and differences between the seven deadly sins and the seven destructive sins in Islam and Christianity? Christianity defines sin as a conscious, intentional transgression of God's will. The dissertation has gone into greater detail on these variations as well as how a devout believer in a particular religion can help to solve significant social issues. It also emphasises the damaging sins that harm people and mankind and undermine divine law and order. It is a great analysis of those sins in both Islam and Christianity. The associated work further focuses on sins that hurt people and society by violating divine rules and principles

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