Afrah Alshaibani was a conservative Christian, who since teenage began asking questions regarding the conflicting doctrines in her religion. Later after having married to a “non-practicing” Muslim, she got many answers to her queries from him that made her embrace Islam.
EVER since I can remember, my family attended a non-denominational conservative Christian church (Church of Christ). I grew up in the church, was taught Bible and sang in the choir. As a young teenager I began asking questions: Why was I a member of the Church of Christ and not say Lutheran, Catholic or Methodist? If various churches are teaching conflicting doctrines, how do we know which one is right? Are they all right? Do “all paths lead to god,” as I had heard some say? Others say that as long as you are a good person it doesn’t matter what you believe, is that true?
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