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Is there theocracy in Islam?

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Asked by truth exposed, 15 Feb '13 04:05 pm
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Jesus (PBUH) was not entrusted authority with administrative tasks. Therefore, in Christianity, there were no decrees with regard to the state administration. There were only principles pertaining to faith and morality.

Yet showing them as if they really existed, clergymen invented decrees in Bible that would enable them to rise in power to take hold of the ruling body. To this end, by picking out social rules and political principles of common usages and of old holy books of previous times, they added these to the Bible. In other words, they made changes in the religion that Jesus (PBUH) conveyed. From then on, clergyman started to govern the Christian peoples. Therefore, the state of clergy appeared. This kind of ruling was called theocracy.

A theocratic body introduced the notion of unconditional submission and a blind obedience to the clergyman. Later on, it transformed into a kind of rule in which clergymen and spiritual leaders put pressures.

As is obvious, theocracy is ...more
Answered by Psycho, 15 Feb '13 04:07 pm

 
  
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Jesus (PBUH) was not entrusted authority with administrative tasks. Therefore, in Christianity, there were no decrees with regard to the state administration. There were only principles pertaining to faith and morality.

Yet showing them as if they really existed, clergymen invented decrees in Bible that would enable them to rise in power to take hold of the ruling body. To this end, by picking out social rules and political principles of common usages and of old holy books of previous times, they added these to the Bible. In other words, they made changes in the religion that Jesus (PBUH) conveyed. From then on, clergyman started to govern the Christian peoples. Therefore, the state of clergy appeared. This kind of ruling was called theocracy.

A theocratic body introduced the notion of unconditional submission and a blind obedience to the clergyman. Later on, it transformed into a kind of rule in which clergymen and spiritual leaders put pressures.

As is obvious, theocracy is ...more
Answered by vijay shukla, 15 Feb '13 04:36 pm

 
  
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Jesus (PBUH) was not entrusted authority with administrative tasks. Therefore, in Christianity, there were no decrees with regard to the state administration. There were only principles pertaining to faith and morality.

Yet showing them as if they really existed, clergymen invented decrees in Bible that would enable them to rise in power to take hold of the ruling body. To this end, by picking out social rules and political principles of common usages and of old holy books of previous times, they added these to the Bible. In other words, they made changes in the religion that Jesus (PBUH) conveyed. From then on, clergyman started to govern the Christian peoples. Therefore, the state of clergy appeared. This kind of ruling was called theocracy.

A theocratic body introduced the notion of unconditional submission and a blind obedience to the clergyman. Later on, it transformed into a kind of rule in which clergymen and spiritual leaders put pressures.

As is obvious, theocracy ...more
Answered by azam khan, 15 Feb '13 04:07 pm

 
  
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Islam is a hopeless devil influenced religion
Answered by found truth, 23 Oct '13 02:42 pm

 
  
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Jesus (PBUH) was not entrusted authority with administrative tasks. Therefore, in Christianity, there were no decrees with regard to the state administration. There were only principles pertaining to faith and morality.

Yet showing them as if they really existed, clergymen invented decrees in Bible that would enable them to rise in power to take hold of the ruling body. To this end, by picking out social rules and political principles of common usages and of old holy books of previous times, they added these to the Bible. In other words, they made changes in the religion that Jesus (PBUH) conveyed. From then on, clergyman started to govern the Christian peoples. Therefore, the state of clergy appeared. This kind of ruling was called theocracy.

A theocratic body introduced the notion of unconditional submission and a blind obedience to the clergyman. Later on, it transformed into a kind of rule in which clergymen and spiritual leaders put pressures.

As is obvious, theocracy ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 05 May '13 03:15 pm

 
  
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Islam in India has many better facets.
Answered by vishwabandhubajpai, 16 Feb '13 05:53 am

 
  
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Why people here have to give the answers ina long lecture when the answer is to be in one word only yes or no
and my answer is no
Answered by iqbal seth, 15 Feb '13 05:06 pm

 
  
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