A comparative analysis of the concept of GOD between the major Religions of the World: Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism, and Zoroastrianism.
Allah .. Have you read this word before ? Certainly you passed by this word on the web pages or on the titles of the books or on one of the signboards .. Did you know who is Allah ? Are not you curious to know him?
The Arabic word ''Islam'' means the submission or surrender of one's will to the only true God, known in Arabic as "Allah". One who submits his will to God is termed in Arabic a "Muslim".
How did this universe come into Existence? why did it come into existence? Would it ever come to an end? Very deep philosophical questions that pervade the deepest recesses of human consciousness.
God can be recognized by pondering over His creation. Part 1 discusses the signs in the cosmos, and on the earth and how everything is running in complete harmony. Whatever little man has made is not devoid of problems and harm.
God can be recognized by pondering over His creation. Part 2 discusses the signs in the creation of the universe and within man himself. Whatever little the human race has accomplished is not devoid of problems and harm. And the discovery of the Creator of creation is the most elating experience.
Losing control of the steering wheel for a second on the highway is enough reason to cause a crisis. Incorrect temperature is enough reason to cause a bomb explosion. The Olympic champions know the value of the moment as the difference between glory and loss. Everything in this world has measures that cannot be violated by any means. Does this appl...
Islam teaches that what God’s Essence is or what He looks like should not be points of concern. Humans can relate to God through the ways in which He has chosen to be known and appreciated; namely, His Attributes as revealed in His Divine Words and His observable Actions and Fingerprints all over creation.
You are not more difficult to see than a black ant, scampering over a black rock, under the cover of the darkest of moonless nights.