My journey to Islam
This is an interesting story and a wonderful journey of a French man who searched for the truth until he reached it. The obstacles did not prevent him from reaching the destination. At last, he embraced the religion which Allah has chosen for his slaves. Before that he Looked at Christianity, explored Judaism, embraced Buddhism and then Shamanism; he did all that out of searching for the peace of mind until he found it in Islam. May Allah grant us and him steadfastness on the right path.This short film presents his story and some of the relevant lessons and addresses the puzzled pitifully.
The five pillars of Islam
The five pillars of Islam - Islam is like a high building that is built on five pillars. If one of them is imperfect, the whole building will collapse. these five pillars are the most important thing for the Muslim to learn. Dear Muslim brother, this clip introduces the pillars of Islam so that you can learn them and then teach them to your posterity.
The Six fundamentals of faith
A Muslim moves in life, including tests and struggles, as a vehicle that walks in ways which differ in roughness and ease.Just as this vehicle needs solid pillars to overcome all the difficulties, the heart of the Muslim can not be strong enough to reach the pleasure of his creator and enter the paradise except with believing in these six fundamentals..In this clip we learn the six fundamentals of faith to establish our certainty, and live our lives in their light.
Tell Me About God
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.