Christian and Muslim Prayer
Muslim prayer differs fundamentally from Christian prayer in style, content, form and intention. Prayer is central significance in Islam. Its significance can hardly be overemphasised. When a Muslim mentions ‘prayer’, he generally means the mandatory ritual prayer, which he repeats five times daily. Ritual prayer is called “salat” in Arabic and must be performed daily at specific times by every adult Muslim, men and women, in Arabic, while facing Mecca. A Muslim who has forgotten or just omitted one of the five prayers must pray at a later point of time.
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Posted : 2012-04-15 15:31:34 GMT
Author/Authors : Dr. Christine Schirrmacher
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