Tag: Oneness of God

Concept of Spirituality in Islam

Conversely, those who wanted to tread the path of spiritual excellence came to see themselves as ‘noble outcasts’ from the world. They believed that it was impossible for spiritual growth to be compatible with a ‘normal’ life. In their view physical self-denial and mortification of the flesh were necessary for the development and perfection of the spirit. They invented spiritual exercises and ascetic practices which killed physical desires

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How Do You Disbelieve in Allah?

How do you disbelieve in Allah! How with unlimited number of question marks and exclamation marks. This statement demonstrates how strange and unnatural this act of kufr (disbelief) is, being aware that one did not exist before and thus ignoring th e Cause of existence. How would you disbelieve in the One Who gave you life and will cause you to die? And not only that but will give you life again and then calls you for accountability.

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Who Invented the Trinity Doctrine?

Christianity has digressed from the concept of the Oneness of God, however, into a vague and mysterious doctrine that was formulated during the fourth century. This doctrine, which continues to be a source of controversy both within and outside the Christian religion, is known as the Doctrine of the Trinity.

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Between Paul and Jesus Christ

No doubt the key difference which divides Trinitarians from Unitarians, and Christians from Muslims, is Pauline theology. For centuries the argument has been put forth that Trinitarian Christians largely follow Pauline theology more than that of Jesus. This charge is difficult to deny, for Jesus taught the Law of the Old Testament,

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How the Prophets Made Da`wah!

Da`wah should be made purely and sincerely, seeking Allah’s pleasure to seek the Face of Allah (and seeking His Reward) – not for show, repute, status, leadership, nor desiring worldly goals. If any of these goals adulterate it, the call is no longer for Allah; rather it is for one’s own benefit or for the attainment of worldly goals. Allah informs us that His Prophets said to their people (what means)

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Jewels of Islam (Special Folder)

Islam is the religion of about 1.7 billion people all over the world. It is believed by Muslims that Islam is the original faith sent down and prescribed by Allah (God) the Almighty for all humanity since Prophet Adam (Peace and blessings be upon him). To them, it is not a mere faith or religion sent down by Allah to Prophet Muhammad, the last Prophet, (Peace and blessings be upon him), rather, it is the faith of all prophets and messengers and the faith of fitrah (natural disposition) and that many people exchanged it for either disbelief or belief in other than Allah, the Creator of everything.

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Islam: Humans’ Innate Faith

In Islam, there is nothing that can lead people to atheism. There are no mysteries that can struggle the mind. There is only one God; He has created all beings and all will return to Him. He sent the same message to prophets of all nations. A simple straightforward message and one condition of salvation: Belief in One God and to unify Him in worship. It is a clear and simple concept, which even the naturalists, and atheists may find hard to reject or doubt.

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Badiuzzaman’s Bridge Between Science & Religion

Approaching the end of his life, Imam Nursi declared: “I have just one purpose. That is, as I get nearer to my grave, we hear the sounds of Bolshevik owls (supporters) in this country of Islam. These sounds damage the tenets of faith of the Islamic World. It captivates the public, particularly the youth, by making them faithless. Fighting against them with all my strength, I am inviting the youth and the Muslims to faith. I am struggling against these faithless masses. Allah willing, I wish to enter Allah’s presence through this struggle of mine. This is all I do.”

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Jesus (PBUH) – The Spiritual Ascetic

‘Isa/Jesus (pbuh) was the embodiment of the true zaahid. Ka’b al-Ahbar said; Jesus the son of Mary would walk bare-footed, claiming nothing in the way of shelter, finery, wares, garments, or money; of the latter he would procure only enough to subsist for the day. Once the sun would set, he would align himself and pray until morning.

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