Leviticus 19:2: “Speak to the entire assembly of the Israelites and tell them, ‘You should be holy, because I, Jehovah your God, am holy. ’”
Just as the moon reflects the light from the sun, true worshippers are similarly required to reflect the holiness of Jehovah their God. Nothing less is expected from them. The holiness that God requires of his worshippers is also highlighted in the following verses of the Bible:
1 Thessalonians 4:3-7: “ For this is the will of God, that you should be holy and abstain from sexual immorality . Each one of you should know how to control his own body in holiness and honor, not with greedy, uncontrolled sexual passion like the nations have that do not know God. … For God has called us, not for uncleanness, but for holiness .”
For a Christian husband, there is no place for sex outside the limits of a single wife. This is the divine arrangement in a Christian marriage. Professed “Christians” who choose to act differently are acting on their own and are placing themselves under the adverse judgment of God Almighty.
Marriage is the first human institution ordained and designed by God. In Christianity, marriage is viewed as a sacred institution ordained by God for the lifelong union of a man and a woman. This original principal was first articulated in the Book of Genesis:
Jesus reiterated this same basic position on marriage in the Gospels. He described the marriage union as a sacred union. Because of the loyalty, trueness, closeness and intimacy that are meant to be between a man and his wife in the Christian marriage, Jesus stated the following regarding this sacred union:
Mark 10:8: “And the two shall become one flesh. So they are no longer two but one flesh.”
In truth, husband and the wife are now one – a single unit. The Christian Marriage is one man, one woman, one life – in union with their Creator. The husband and wife are of equal value and valuable in the eyes of their Creator. The sacredness of the Marriage institution is emphasized further in the following verse:
Hebrews 13:4: “Marriage should be honored by all, and the marriage bed kept pure, for God will judge the adulterer and all the sexually immoral.”
And the Almighty God also gave the following warning in the Holy Bible:
Malachi 3:5: “And I will come near to you people for the judgment . And I will be a swift witness against the sorcerers, and against the adulterers.”
These are the standards of gold that is laid out in the Holy Bible. Standards that honor the Originator of Marriage. Standards that honor women and dignifies them. There is no such thing as a “Temporary Marriage” in the divine laws of Jehovah.
In contrast, the dark teachings of Allah is manifested throughout the Qur’an. In this dark environment, how will Muslims be able to reflect any light? If the light of Islam itself is dark, imagine how dark its darkness will be. In this spiritually dark condition, it is difficult for Muslims to tell the differences between acts of virtue and acts of sin. Therefore, it should not surprise us if we find Muslims defending the legality of prostitution in the Qur’an. Yes! Prostitution is absolutely legal in Islam.
1 John 1:5-6: This is the message which we have heard from him and are announcing to you: God is light and there is no darkness at all in him. If we make the statement, “We are having a fellowship with him,” and yet we go on walking in the darkness, we are lying and are not practicing the truth.
Egypt: The Problem With Wearing a Veil.
It was a risky—and frightening—experiment. Taxis refused to stop for me, but male drivers kept pulling over to compliment my eyes (the only part of my body on show) and inviting me into their vehicles. Others just stared. Why the unwelcome attention? Because I was wearing a niqab, the full face veil, on the streets of Cairo. Egypt may be a Muslim country, but its government places numerous restrictions on those who make this religious commitment. That, however, may be about to change in the wake of a decision earlier this month by Egypt’s High Administrative Court.
A special chamber of the court ruled on June 9 that the American University in Cairo (AUC) could not bar a female scholar who wears the niqab from using university facilities. That decision upheld a 2001 ruling by a lower court, which cited personal and religious freedom as the reason that Iman al-Zainy could not be barred from campus for wearing the garment. (Zainy was pursuing a Ph.D. in English at Egypt’s prestigious Islamic institution Al-Azhar University, but had enjoyed library privileges at the AUC for over a decade.) She has since completed her doctorate, but her lawyers say she continued her legal battle as a matter of principle.
Egypt’s battle against the niqab has a long history. Authorities originally banned students from wearing it to school in 1994, saying that it violated security standards. Dozens of pupils were suspended in the decade that followed. In nearly all cases however, the court overturned the decision and allowed the girls to return to class. More recently, Cairo University, with the highest enrollment in Egypt, has allowed students to attend wearing the niqab. However, the American University stayed firm, refusing to permit even the niqab-wearing mothers of graduates to attend the commencement ceremony, according to some students. (A more lenient attitude is taken toward the hijab, which covers the hair but leaves the face visible.) The university says the decision is not a religious one, but was made “because all members of the AUC community have a basic right to know with whom they are dealing, whether in class, labs or anywhere else on campus.”
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