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What They Said about the Quran (part 1 of 2)

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The statements of western scholars who have studied Islam about the Quran.† Part 1: Introduction and their statements.

  • By iiie.net
  • Published on 25 Jan 2010
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What They Said about the Quran (part 2 of 2)

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The statements of western scholars who have studied Islam about the Quran.† Part 2: Additional statements.

  • By iiie.net
  • Published on 25 Jan 2010
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Moral System of Islam (part 1 of 2): The Standard of Morality

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The basis upon which the concept of morality is built in Islam.

  • By iiie.net
  • Published on 25 Feb 2008
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Moral System of Islam (part 2 of 2): Moral Exhortations

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Some practical examples of moral commandments in the Quran dealing with various aspects of social and individual relations.

  • By iiie.net
  • Published on 25 Feb 2008
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Who Invented the Trinity? (part 1 of 2)

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How the concept of the Trinity was introduced into the Christian doctrine.

  • By Aisha Brown (iiie.net)
  • Published on 30 Jul 2007
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Who Invented the Trinity? (part 2 of 2)

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How the injected doctrine of the trinity remained part of the beliefs of the Christians and how Islam defines God.

  • By Aisha Brown (iiie.net)
  • Published on 30 Jul 2007
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Life after Death (part 1 of 2): An Argument

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The factors which necessitate the belief in Life after Death.

  • By iiie.net (edited by IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 13 Mar 2006
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  • Last modified on 16 Oct 2011
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Life after Death (part 2 of 2): Its Fruits

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Some of the benefits in the belief of a Hereafter, as well as a conclusion of the various reasons to believe in its Existence.

  • By iiie.net (edited by IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 13 Mar 2006
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  • Last modified on 19 Feb 2008
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Prophethood in Islam (part 2 of 2): A Belief in All Prophets without Distinction

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The Islamic belief in all prophets without exception, with a small discussion on the nature of Jesus and Muhammad.

  • By iiie.net (edited by IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 06 Mar 2006
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Prophethood in Islam (part 1 of 2): The Nature of Prophethood

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An explanation of the purpose of prophethood and common features shared by all Prophets and their message.

  • By iiie.net (edited by IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 06 Mar 2006
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The Concept of God in Islam (part 2 of 2): His Attributes and His Oneness

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More on some of the unique concept of God in Islam, with an emphasis on how this uniqueness effects the life of the Muslim.

  • By iiie.net (edited by IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 06 Mar 2006
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The Concept of God in Islam (part 1 of 2): A Unique Concept

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An overview of some concepts which Islam holds about God which truly make it unique.

  • By iiie.net (edited by IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 06 Mar 2006
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Islam, a Profound Civilization (part 1 of 2): Introduction

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Statements of various non-Muslim scholars and intellectuals about the profoundness of the religion of Islam as a civilization. †Part 1: Introduction.

  • By iiie.net
  • Published on 20 Feb 2006
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Islam, a Profound Civilization (part 2 of 2): More Statements

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Statements of various non-Muslim scholars and intellectuals about the profoundness of the religion of Islam as a civilization. †Part 2: More statements.

  • By iiie.net
  • Published on 20 Feb 2006
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What They Said about Muhammad (part 1 of 3)

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The statements of non-Muslim scholars who have studied Islam about the Prophet.† Part 1: Introduction.

  • By iiie.net (edited by IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 20 Feb 2006
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What They Said about Muhammad (part 2 of 3)

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The statements of non-Muslim scholars who have studied Islam about the Prophet.† Part 2: Their statements.

  • By iiie.net (edited by IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 20 Feb 2006
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The Authorship of the Quran (part 3 of 3): Was it the Words of Satan or God?

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The theory that the Quran was a Satanic inspiration, and a conclusion to the subject of authorship.

  • By iiie.net (edited by IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 16 Jan 2006
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The Authorship of the Quran (part 2 of 3): The Words of a Poet or a Teacher?

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Could the Quran have been orated to the Prophet Muhammad by others?

  • By iiie.net (edited by IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 16 Jan 2006
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  • Last modified on 04 Oct 2009
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The Authorship of the Quran (part 1 of 3): The Words of a Human?

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A look into whether the Quran could have been written by Muhammad himself.

  • By iiie.net (edited by IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 16 Jan 2006
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  • Last modified on 14 Jul 2014
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Preservation of the Quran (part 2 of 2): The Written Quran

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The writing of the Quran during the time of Muhammad and its preservation until this very day.

  • By iiie.net (edited by IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 16 Jan 2006
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  • Last modified on 04 Dec 2014
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