200 FAQ on Muslims Belief - download pdf or read online

By Ibn Ahmed Al-Hakim

This e-book comprises the fundamentals of faith and rules of Islamic Monotheism. Itshows the instantly direction of the real faith (Islam). It covers what follows: Iman(Faith), its features and what nullifies or demolishes it. each one assertion issupported by means of straight forward proofs. I eager about the perspectives of the folk of the Sunnah anddiscarded these of the heretics and deviators from the directly course. i discussed thelatter's in simple terms whilst I meant to refute and knock them down. I prepared it within the formof questions and solutions to attract the eye of the sort reader. [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]

Show description

Read or Download 200 FAQ on Muslims Belief PDF

Similar nonfiction_12 books

Tracing the Boundaries between Hindi and Urdu: Lost and - download pdf or read online

This ebook sheds mild at the complicated dating among Hindi and Urdu. via an in depth studying of a consultant set of twentieth century brief tales in either languages, the writer leads the reader in the direction of a transparent definition of the diversities among Hindi and Urdu. the total translations of the tales were generally annotated to show the main points within which the Hindi and Urdu models range.

Additional resources for 200 FAQ on Muslims Belief

Sample text

A--- Some of them are attributed to Allah without a need to modifiers. They can be also accompanied with other Names. This includes the Perfection Attributes such as: the Ever-Living, The Sublime SelfSubsisting, the One and the Everlasting Refuge, etc. Others are not attributed to Allah unless accompanied with their antonyms. Someone may regard these Attributes as malicious. They are as follows: the Harm Inflicting and the Benefit Giver, the Abaser and the Raiser, the Giver and the Preventer, and the Supreme Might Giver and the Supreme Humiliator.

Com {He (Allah) knows what happens to them (His creatures) in this world, and what will happen to them (in the Hereafter) but they will never compass anything of His Knowledge}. (Ta-Ha, 110) Allah the Almighty says: {There is nothing like Him,. and He is the All-Hearer, the All-Seer}. (As-Shura, 11) Allah the Almighty says: {No vision can grasp Him, but He grasps all vision. He is Al-Latif (the Most Subtle and Courteous), WellAcquainted with all things}. (Al-An' am, 103) On the authority of Ubai Ibn Ka'b (May Allah be pleased with him), the polytheists said to Allah's Messenger (Peace be upon him) when he mentioned their gods, "Tell us about the ancestors of your lord".

Then there is a land hard and barren which retains water and the people derive benefit from it and they drink it and make the animals drink. Then there is another land which is barren. Neither water is retained in it, nor is the grass grown in it. And that is the similitude of the first one who develops the understanding of the religion of Allah and it becomes a source of benefit to him with which Allah sent me. (The second one is that) who acquires the knowledge of religion and imparts it to others.

Download PDF sample

200 FAQ on Muslims Belief by Ibn Ahmed Al-Hakim

by Kenneth

Rated 4.86 of 5 – based on 44 votes