The ruling with regard to menstruating women and the Qur'an is that they cannot directly touch the Qur'an. It is permissible to read and recite the Qur'an during menstruation as long as there is no direct contact between the woman and the Qur'an. For example if she used a stick or cloth to hold or turn pages, this would be acceptable.
Can women read the Qur'an during their monthly flow?
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I'd like to hear an explanation to any of these questions without referencing the bible. For those of us that don't believe I the inerrancy of that Bronze-aged text, it would be refreshing.
If you truly loved someone (as god is supposed to love us) can you envisage a situation where you would be content to see them suffer for eternity for a transgression as minor as not loving you back?
Do you believe that a human can voluntarily turn to god of her own will?
Is your worldview a "religion of peace"? If so, what does it mean to be a "peacemaker"?
Answers: Atheist, Christian
What is the nature of religious experience and what purpose does prayer serve?
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