Im confused in religion, Im a christian, I will always be, but how am I supposed to make up my mind of what religion is right. (who I worship isn't called a religion but other people say so) Christians say muslims are going to hell, muslims say christians will burn in hell. I dont want an atheist answer please. Somethings not right here, its hurts my feelings and get me scared and stressed for my life, whats am I supposed to do? I
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My best suggestion is for you to read all religious scriptures on an even playing field. For the sake of your own soul, you wouldn't be doing yourself any justice if you have even the slightest ounce of hatred, or prejudice in your heart while trying to go on a spiritual journey. Find what touches your soul the most. Also, as a Muslim, it's not right for Muslims to say who goes to hell and who goes to heaven. We believe that along with intelligence, god gave us rules as human beings, to keep us as human beings (e. g don't steal, don't kill contrary to propaganda in the media). By god's will anyone can go to heaven. It's no human beings place to say who goes there and who doesn't that is gods. Hope my answer could help.4
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Christianity differs from many religions in that for the most part it is a personal relationship with one whom we believe to be the one, true, living God. Whom we through that relationship have experienced the evidence that He is that Living God whom cares and works in our lives.
What it sounds like you are questioning is more the corporate assembly of worshiping God in a church setting. The other issue here is that muslims are not worshiping the same God we as Christians do, Jesus was only a good man, with good ideas to them, not one willing to lay down his life to atone for the sin of those whom accept his payment for it.
Besides the Bible there are two books both by Lee Stroble "The Case for Christ" and "The Case for Faith" both of these helped me in my understanding of how my faith in God fits together. Both books are written from a skeptics point of view with the evidence to answer that skepticism, which is where I was before reading them. These books and the Bible were really the thing which convinced me personally that my relationship with God through his Son Jesus is real. (I became a Christian a little over two years ago, so I'm also new to exercising and experiencing my faith.)1