Do Muslims worship the same God as the Jews and Christians? What does the word Allah mean? Is Allah the Moon-god?
An overview of some concepts which Islam holds about God which truly make it unique.
More on some of the unique concept of God in Islam, with an emphasis on how this uniqueness effects the life of the Muslim.
The question of whether God may be seen in this life by Prophets, saints, and the average laymen, and whether He may be seen in the Hereafter.
A practical explanation of two of the most oft-repeated names of Allah: ar-Rahman and ar-Raheem, and the nature of the All-Encompassing Mercy of God.
Mercy, as it is manifested in this life and in the Hereafter.
How the Mercy of God encompasses those who fall into sin.
The Belief in One God and service to Him is one which is inherent in all humans.
A look at the concept of God and pantheism in polytheistic faiths, specifically Hinduism.
Examples of the religions which believe that God became one man, that all humans are a part of God, and a look into the reasoning of all these beliefs previously mentioned.
Why logically the concept of God becoming a part of His creation contradicts the basic meaning of the term “God”, and vice versa.
A look into the notion that God had a son, and a conclusion to this articles series.
How Mercy is manifest in God, and examples of the mercy of the Prophet and his Companions .
Mercy extended to enemies and animals.
The Islamic concept of God, the meanings of the word “Allah”, as well as an introduction to the various names of God.
An explanation of the Beautiful Names of Allah: Al-Rahman and Al-Raheem.
How one is to benefit from the Names of Allah.
God Almighty is above the heavens, above His creation.
Who is one true God?
If God is One why does Quran use the word We?
Religion in Pre Islamic Arabia.
God’s love for the believers who turn to Him seeking forgiveness for their sins, and some of the many ways a believer can obtain God’s forgiveness.
The existence of God and His Oneness is known through reason and revelation. Part 1 explains why there has to be a cause for the existence of the universe and that this cause has to be one.
The existence of God and His Oneness is known through reason and revelation. Part 2 discusses three more rational arguments for the singularity and uniqueness of God.
The existence of God and His Oneness is known through reason and revelation. Part 3 explains that the Oneness of God and His nature is known through revelation.
Christians view the Muslim God as distance, unapproachable, and impersonal. The article compares the Christian Name of God, Abba to one of the most frequently used Name of God in the Quran, Rabb, extracting their meaning and usage.
The awe-inspiring creation of God humbles us and compels us to recognize Him and Praise Him.
In this article the author draws our attention to some of the ways we can realize the generosity of God.
The existence of God does not require evidence. Part 1 discusses that belief in God is a self-evident truth and self-evident truths are cross-cultural, innate and provide the basis for a coherent worldview.
The existence of God does not require evidence. Part 2 discusses answers to two more objections.
The existence of God does not require evidence. Part 3 discusses how the existence of God is ingrained in the innate nature of mankind.
This article briefly discusses and refutes the idea that God is physically and literally present within nature, and proves that His Supremacy above His creation is what conceptually suits Him.
An interpretation of chapter 112 which revolve around the concept of God in Islam.
The odds of life existing on another planet grow ever longer. Intelligent design, anyone?
Human imagination is limited since it is based on what it observes and experiences, and this is why our imagination cannot fully grasp the concept that God is timeless and eternal, without beginning or end.
God is the First and nothing precedes Him and He is the Last whose existence persists without end. This is a belief which humbles us and reminds us of the inevitable end of ourselves and this world.
An explanation of one of the beautiful name of God, al-Mujeeb, which instills hope in us and comforts us and makes us realize that we are not alone.
God’s existence is certainly manifest to our minds, but He is the Hidden when it comes to the true nature of His essence and attributes.
Our belief that God is King increases our desire to turn to Him & seek the bounty of the true Owner of all things.
The great story of the origins of creation from the perspective of Islamic cosmology, acknowledging that God is the Creator of everything. The article also talks about the Magnificent Throne, the Footstool, and the Pen.
The article talks about the Tablet, creation of the heavens, earth, seas, rivers, rain, the sun, moon, angels, jinn, and humankind.
An explanation of two names of God that demonstrate that all of His actions have wisdom in them and that His justice is perfect.
An explanation of one of the beautiful name of God, al-Salaam, which communicates to us the perfection of God and that He is the source of all peace and contentment.
This chapter of the Quran mobilizes an impressive range of examples to achieve its rhetorical aim: to affirm the unity of the Creator through the observation of change and variation in Creation.
God is the only Being who deserves all our worship, and we were created to worship Him. This article addresses two often asked questions that follow: Does He need our worship and why did He create us to worship Him?
What is love and how self-love necessitates loving God, the source of love.
Understanding God’s love through His Names, and how to receive His special love.
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