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    As a Christian who is studying the differences between the major world religions I was wondering "do Muslims view the Quran as guidelines of right and wrong?"
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    Re: View on Quran

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    One other question I currently have is Does Islam hold prayer services within Mosques and if so, how is the Quran featured in prayer services?
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    We can pray inside the mosque and at home as well.Bascially can pray any clean place on earth.But for men it is highly emphasise sunnah to pray in congregation.There is some difference of opinion on this.
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    We do recite verses of the Quran while praying.
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    Re: View on Quran

    format_quote Originally Posted by XavierTN View Post
    One other question I currently have is Does Islam hold prayer services within Mosques and if so, how is the Quran featured in prayer services?
    There is a difference between the meaning of "prayer" in the way Christians understand and what we understand.

    What you probably mean with prayer is "talking to God", to ask him for something.
    we as Muslims can do that kind of prayer anywhere and anytime, in or outside the Mosque, there are prayer services, ye could do it ourselves when we need to. In this kind of prayer, there is no Quraan recitation is required, but you could do it if you like.

    The second type of prayer we muslims do is called "salaat", which is the obligatory five times daily prayers. we could do that at home or we could go to a mosque to do it in congregation with a leading imam. this is also offered five times daily at the mosque.
    Salaat is always offered in Arabic and it includes the Arabic recitation of verses of the Quraan.
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    Re: View on Quran

    format_quote Originally Posted by XavierTN View Post
    Hello.
    As a Christian who is studying the differences between the major world religions I was wondering "do Muslims view the Quran as guidelines of right and wrong?"
    Greetings Xavier,

    The Qur'an is called Al Furqan (The criterion between right and wrong). The distinction between right and wrong. The Qur'an as the decisive factor between good and evil. There is also a chapter of the Qur'an named Al Furqan which is the 25th chapter. You can read about in more detail here in a very easy explained way:

    https://www.islamreligion.com/articl...qan-criterion/

    format_quote Originally Posted by XavierTN View Post
    One other question I currently have is Does Islam hold prayer services within Mosques and if so, how is the Quran featured in prayer services?
    The Qur'an is a fundamental part of every Muslims life. It is emphasised for us to recite it every day with its meanings and for us to reflect over its meanings and implement it in every aspect of our lives. This includes the prayer services at the Mosque's, whereby 5 prayers are held at the Mosque's 5 times a day everyday. The prayer consists of reciting Surah Fatiha which is the opening chapter of the Qur'an in every standing of the prayer, followed by any verses of the Qur'an, normally the last chapters of the Qur'an which are smaller. You can learn more here about the prayer:

    The English Translation of Salaah (Prayer)

    We also have weekly Jum'ua (Friday) prayers whereby we have a talk about any Islamic topic of relevance, followed by a sermon in Arabic, a lot of which contains verses and supplications found in the Qur'an, followed by the prayer in congregation. Every year during Ramadan the entire Qur'an is recited in the evening prayers throughout the month, by those who have memorised the Qur'an entirely by heart. Most Masjids also have regular Tafseer (exegesis) of the Qur'an by learned Scholars for the public as well as Qur'an learning for young kids normally in the evenings on weekdays.

    The following are some more threads which may be beneficial to you:

    Free E Books & Resources on Islam

    Very useful Islamic Information for Reverts

    The Miracle and the Challenge of the Qur'an

    Proof the Qur'ans Never been changed

    The Qur'an: A true miracle that can only be from God

    Never Delay Reverting to Islam!
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    How to overcome Waswas (insinuating whispers of shaythan) in Worship:

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    10 Steps to Increasing Imaan & getting closer to Allah:

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