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Both Muslims and Christians fast, but their purposes for fasting differ. In order to keep one of the Five Pillars, a Muslim is obligated to fast during Ramadan. The Bible teaches that fasting merit...
Muslims continually work for their God's approval and acceptance with no hope even at death of an assurance - fasting being just another work of performance on their part. Christians are not "Commanded" to fast, but it is a spiritual form of devotion - between the Lord and you in times of mourning and sorrow.
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