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☼◄█►☼Holidays 2018☼◄█►☼ 07/01/2018

Hello and Happy new Year
from me to you and yours.
Sorry I have not been here
I have been having back issues
but am on the mend and wanted to come
by to wish you the very best for 2018.
I am so blessed to be a big part of DG
and am so happy you are a part of my life.
So thank you for being my DG friend!
Wishing you a beautiful but
stay warm in this deep freeze
( R.C-"N"P  you guys enjoy your hot
summer days!!)..HUGGSSS



Religious Holidays 2018:

Calendar For Christian, Jewish, Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist Religions


While some religious holidays always fall on the same day every year,

many others depend on lunar calendar.

Below is a list of religious holidays for the world’s major religions.

Please note: Jewish, Baha’i and Islamic holidays begin at sunset the previous day.

Christian Holidays 2018:    Jan. 6: Epiphany

Buddhist Holidays 2018:     Jan. 2 – Mahayana New Year  - Feb. 8 – Nirvana Day 

Hindu Holidays 2018:      Jan. 14: Makar Sankranti/Pongal

Jewish Holidays 2018:     Jan. 30: Tu B’Shevat  - Feb. 28-March 1: Purim

Islamic Holidays 2018:        April 13: Lailat al Miraj

A Summary of the Points About Which Islam and Christianity Agree and Disagree

Both Islam and Christianity

Revere Jesus and assert Jesus' holiness,

in the sense that he lived in the world while being pure and free of sin;

Believe that Mary, Jesus' mother, was decent, pure, and holy;

Declare that Mary, a virgin, miraculously conceived Jesus;

Assert that Jesus performed a number of miracles.

Concerning Jesus, Islam and Christianity differ in the following ways:

While Christianity asserts that Jesus is both human and divine, Islam does not accept the belief in Jesus' divinity. 

Hence, while Christians worship Jesus, Muslims instead revere Jesus and believe in him as a prophet,

 using the Qur'an (not the Bible) as a reliable record of knowledge about Jesus;

Although Christians believe that Jesus is the son of God,

Muslims assert that God does not give birth and therefore has no sons or children. 

God is not physical for Muslims; and hence for Muslims God cannot be a father.

 On the one hand, Christianity declares that Jesus was crucified. 

On the other hand, Islam asserts that it only seemed like Jesus was crucified,

and that God miraculously "took him up to God, Himself.

While Christianity asserts that Jesus died in order to redeem

the original sin of mankind or human sins as a whole,

Muslims do not believe in Jesus as a redeemer and saviour, s

ince they do not believe in original sin and since they do believe God's grace,

guidance (in the form of prophetic revelation--the word of God),

and human effort are sufficient for redemption and salvation.


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