God is real. Evidence is provided.
Aljawwad (The Most Generous) is one of the names of The Creator mentioned in The Holy Quran and the authentic prophetic sayings of prophet Muhammad. It means literally the one who gives a lot and among muslim scholars, it means to give someone what he needs without waiting for any repayment or reward. Prophet Muhammad […]
Allah When one says Allah, he is actually addressing God by his glorious name. In fact, all Arabian Jews, Christians as well as Muslims use ‘Allah” in referral to The All Mighty the One and only God. Let there be no doubt that the three Abrahamic religions; Judaism, Christianity and Islam which are “monotheistic” […]
"Your God is not deaf or absent" is one of the major concepts in Islam. It reflects Allah's presence and blessing in our life.
Allah calls Himself “Al-Haadi” The Guide — He is the One who gives perfect guidance. The Guide is the One by whom His believers are guided and by His general guidance all creatures are guided to what is beneficial for them!
The biggest difference between Islam and Christianity is how each religion views the concept of God’s Mercy. How does God deal with sins?
What Does Learning Islamic Creed Add to Richill Journey? It teaches her the purpose of life, concept of God & way of dealing with mistakes.
We go through seven major stations; station of God, life, desires, money, health, people, and finally that of death.
One day, my philosopher atheist friend sent me a paper making a compelling case for atheism. My reply based on hiddenness of God and evil.
It is how relationship should be with the Creator in Islam, and these are Attributes and Names of Allah. True love shall last ever after.
It's fair enough for a manufacturer to offer clear manuals explaining what he created. Yet, a "Loving" manufacturer also sends with those manuals teachers who deal with kindness and patience to clarify the purpose of what he created.
All His Names and Attributes are unique, as the Qur’an states, "... There is nothing like unto Him, and He is the Hearing, the Seeing.”