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Muslim is one who submits to the Will of the one true God (Allah ), the Creator.
God is real and His existence is true and recognized by the innate nature of every human being.
with the aim of introducing Islam to the mankind through all available means, We published this book in keeping with the spirit of the age, this book contains 100 tweets introducing Allah the Lord of the heavens and of the earth to Non-Muslims in English language by Dr. Naji al-Arfaj.
One of the greatest misconceptions about Islam is regarding the Arabic term for God. Some non-Muslims assume that ‘Allah’ is a God other than the God of Judaism or Christianity.
Muslims do not pray to saints or think that they have superpowers; they pray to God only.
In this lecture at King's College London, Hamza Andreas Tzortzis addresses three main topics. The first is an existential point and involves the absurdity of life without God. If we can't answer the fundamental questions in life then can we ever be happy?The second topic was that God is a reality. Hamza introduces how God's existence is self evident and addresses the concept of a properly basic belief, which means that the believer in God is intellectually justified in his or her belief even without inductive or deductive evidence. This is similar to the axiom that the world is real. He then introduces the argument from consciousness by arguing that materialistic accounts of phenomenal states (subjective conscious experiences) are incoherent. He concludes by asserting that theism is a coherent and comprehensive explanation for phenomenal states. Hamza closes this topic by speaking about the Quranic argument for God's existence. Which involves assessing the possible logical explanations that explain the emergence of the universe. The last topic that Hamza addresses is based on the fact that God wants to liberate our hearts and minds. We are all slaves to context. We never chose our DNA, parents, social economic circumstances in which we were brought up, names, siblings, gender, social pressure, etc. The only way to truly liberate ourselves from this slavery is to be at service to God and to worship Him as he deserves to be worshipped, because He created you and knows you better than you know yourself, and He knows what is really good for you.
12 million Christian Arabs and Arab Jews call God Allah
Like the Quran,the Bible states that God is Only One .It also tells that the true God is the Only Savior Besides Me there is no Savior ‘
The Word for God in the Arabic language is ‘Allah.’ To Muslims, Allah is not just their God, but He is the Lord of the entire universe.
Submission to the One God & His worship alone is the essence of the message of those prophets.
Anyone can become a Muslim by a simple declaration of faith: only God deserves worship and Muhammad is His messenger
Allah revealed to His prophets (i.e. Noah ,Abraham,Moses,Jesus,& Muham-mad ) this message : God is One! Worship Him Alone.
Infants are granted to us to continually restore our faith in God’ miracles. Islam teaches people that infants are not only God’s gifts, but also a means to get closer to him. Showing mercy to infants and loving them is a step towards Jannah.
Some Christians might say : “ “we believe in one God “ How about those who believe in? 1-God the Father 2-God the Son 3-God the Holy Spirit
Sincerity (Ikhlas) is a form of worship performed by the heart. It entails doing good deeds solely for the pleasure of Allah and not for praise.
“He (Allah the one true God) created the Heavens and the Earth for Truth.” (The Quran 39: 5)
Addressing Atheism! Brother Yusuf Estes joins Brother Hamza Tzortzis in a very natural and simple dialogue on the subject.
Prayer, worship, charity, and fasting are all for God, not to earn the praise of people
Belief in God in Islam means that only Allah is the Lord; worship Him alone, and know Him by His unique Names and attributes
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".