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The problem of evil has troubled humankind since time immemorial. This article gives the Islamic perspective on it in a simple and logical way. Part 1: God is more than just The-Merciful and All-Powerful.
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.
If we take a break from our busy lives and ponder the miracles we see around us every day, it is easy to see that they are expressions of God’s love.
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?
God is real and His existence is true and recognized by the innate nature of every human being.
Allah – the Mighty and Majestic – explains in the noble Quran that He has promised to help and give victory to those who help Him.
Allah, the One free from all defects. Himself bears witness to His Oneness, and He is the greatest of witnesses. Then He chose from His creation the angels and the scholars – this is sufficient to show their excellence.
Ibn al-Qaiyim mentioned ten causes that result in Allah’s love for His slave and the slave’s love for his Lord.
Allah’s Rights upon His creation are the rights that must be kept the most. Allah is the sole Creator and Sustainer of the universe. He is the Almighty who created everything with absolute wisdom.
Every soul will be held accountable for its belief in God and its acceptance of the true religion of God, namely Islam, which means total submission to the will of Allah.
The question which arises here is : How can all people be expected to believe in the one true God, given their varying backgrounds, societies and cultures? For people to be held responsible for worshipping the one true God they all need to have access to knowledge of Him.
"At-Tawakkul ‘ala Allah" is the Islamic concept of complete reliance on Allah or "trusting in Allah's plan." The root word in Arabic is وَكَلَ (wakala) which means to entrust, charge or authorize. Allah is al-Wakeel, the Disposer of Affairs, the One entrusted, relied upon, depended upon and sufficient to take care of all matters.
This book presents a clear and lucid concept about Allah the Almighty, the concept that is far from those impurities, defects and stains that were added to the faith of Monotheism across the human history.
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.
Allah: Arabic word for God. Allah is the God of Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad. He is the Creator of all human beings.
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.
Muslims believe in one, unique, incomparable God, Who has no son nor partner, and that none has the right to be worshipped but Him alone.
The first step to getting closer to God is to understand that we are nothing but a humble creation of God. The rest will follow. Learn more about God from here…
If you are facing a storm in your life right now, stay firm and do not waiver. Allah is with you. Don't worry. Learn more about God from here...
The Qur’an provides an intuitive and powerful argument for God’s existence. It mentions four possibilities to explain how something was created or came into being or existence.