Shocking Similarities Between Islam and Catholicism

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The Roman Catholic Church and Islam Connection

1. Both The Roman Catholic Church and Islam believe that only they are the one true church/religion.

2. The Roman Catholic Church and the Islam require mandatory fasting.

3. The Roman Catholic Church worships, prays to and gives titles of God to Mary. Islam highly esteems Mary and she is mentioned 34 times in the Qu’ran.

“Even the infidel Muhammed glorifies Mary in his Koran, saying, ‘The angels shall say to Maryam, “Allah has
chosen thee; he has made thee exempt from all stain'”. The Marian (Roman Catholic) Bible

4. The Roman Catholic Church and Islam base their salvation on a complicated system of works and deny salvation by faith alone. There is no assurance of salvation in either religion.

5. Both cults deny the Biblical view of the Atonement. The Roman Catholic Church doctrine dictates that one must go to Purgatory to have his sins purged, Jesus just paved the way. The Muslims believe their works will save them but will not know until Judgment Day. This is because there is no atonement for sin, and God’s grace does not exist.

6. The Roman Catholic Church claims visions and apparitions in an effort to add false doctrine. Muhammad claimed to be purified as a child by angels. He claimed to receive revelations from Archangel Gabriel.

7. The Roman Catholic Church uses a rosary for their prayers, Islam uses prayer beads. The rosary/prayer beads are concepts taken from paganism.

8. The Pope is the vicar or substitute of Christ for the Roman Catholic Church. In Islam, Muhammad is called the last and final Messenger of God, the successor to Jesus.

9. The Roman Catholic Church and Islam have their own divorce system. The Roman Catholic Church grants
anullments and Islam allows a man to divorce his wife by telling her she is divorced.

10. Islam rejects the Trinity doctrine, the Deity of Christ, salvation by grace through faith and teaches
that Christians should be killed. However, the Roman Catholic Church accepts them and believes that they are offered salvation because of their faith in Abraham.

11. Both church organizations believe that leaving their church will result in eternal damnation.

12. The Roman Catholic Church and Islam share a hatred for the Jews.

13. The Roman Catholic Church and the Islam base some of their doctrine on pagan traditions. For The Roman
Catholic Church the traditions of a goddess, rosary, pope, relics, purgatory, transubstantiation, praying to dead people, and idol worship are all based on paganism. The
Allah of Islam was actually a pagan god, and not even the major deity.

14. The Roman Catholic Church and Islam have added books to support false doctrine. The Roman Catholic Church has added the Apocrypha and Islam the Qu’ran.

15. The Roman Catholic Church priest system (including Popes) has a history of sexual abuse of women and children. Islam has a history of (including Muhammad) sexual abuse of women and children.

16. Both religions believe in using FORCE to spread their version of the one true god to the unbelievers.

17. Both religions believe in a union with the state or of using the police powers of the state to compel obedience to their tenets.

18 Both religions have a “holy” shrine in which the believers are taught to look to as their headquarters

e.g. Mecca and the Vatican.


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3 Comments

  1. All religions either openly or secretly beleive that they are the only true religion. And besides God is just and gave all men free will. Humans are free to choose whether to beleive or worship the true God or any other gods of their choosing. Judgement belongs only to God. Your duty as true follower of Christ is to speak the true Gospel to all people. As for their conviction and judgement….leave that to God.

  2. Anyone was has see pictures of the Vatican and pictures of the Muslim shrines in Saudi Arabia will wonder whether the comparison is not stretched.
    Also, ‘vicar’ does not mean substitute. It means representative.
    Sorry, guys, you say more about yourselves than you say about the Catholic Church.