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
In this article, the author argues that all divine religions enjoin obedience to rulers and prohibit disobedience and insult to them for they watch over souls
In this article, the author argues that all divine religions prohibit perjury.
In this article, the author argues that all divine religions prohibit theft.
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)
All divine religions prohibit bribe, dispraise those who take bribe and praise those who refuse to take it
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
There is no denying that all divine religions prohibit gossip and curse and penalize those who spread rumors.
Indeed, all divine religions prohibit rape, dispraise rapists and mete out severe punishment to them. Equal dowry is due to the female raped.
Fasting has special etiquette, and what is more it can be valid only if it is associated with the observance of other acts of worship and abstinence from certain prohibited acts and statements
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