Prohibition of Lustful Leer

As a matter of fact, all divine religions prohibit lustful leer at the members of the opposite gender outside marriage, especially when marriage with the intended member is unlikely like the case of married persons.

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Man is Honored and Rendered Better Knowledgeable

Both the Bible and the Qur’an honor man and teach that God has subjected all creatures to man for him to worship God. The fact that man was created in God’s image is confirmed in both the Qur’an and the Bible

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Prohibition of Fornication & Adultery

We observe that the prohibition of adultery is one of the Ten Commandments in the Torah. In the Bible, we read: “Thou shalt not commit adultery.” (Exodus 20:14)

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Prohibition of Sorcery

In this article, the author argues that all divine religions prohibit sorcery and even prescribe harsh punishment for sorcerers given the serious harm they cause

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Helping the Poor

In fact, all divine religions order helping and lending the poor without interest. They also prohibit ignoring and turning one’s back on them. Alms should be given to them even if possessions should be sold.

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Fathering Orphans

As a matter of fact, all divine religions order fathering and sustaining orphans and warn people against mistreating them. According to such religions, severe punishment is administered to those abusing orphans.

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Welcoming Strangers

Indeed, all divine religions order justice and love for the strangers, including giving them food and clothing. According to such religions, doing good to the strangers is considered an act of righteousness.

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