Is Bahaism true Islam? Part 1: The Origin and History of the Bahai’s.
A brief look at the some of the beliefs of the Baha’i faith which contradict the basic Islamic beliefs, as well as some contradictions found in some of its essential teachings.
A glimpse of how Shiites and Shiism differ from Islam, with a few demonstrative examples in matters of creed. Part One: Belief in God.
A glimpse of how Shiites and Shiism differ from Islam, with a few demonstrative examples in matters of creed. Part Two: The Testimony or Declaration of Faith, the previous Scriptures, the Quran, and the Prophets. A religion based upon the succession of Imams.
A court ruling overturning a fifteen year British ban on its leader, Louis Farrakhan, has propelled the so-called Nation of Islam into the headlines. Michael Young examines the Islamic credentials of these self-styled “Muslims”.
Some statements of prominent people who left the Nation.
A brief look at how Sufism differs and contradicts the teachings of Islam. This first part defines Sufism, mentions its origins and how it differs from Islam in the concept of belief in God, belief in the Prophet Muhammad (may the blessing and mercy of God be upon him) and belief in Heaven and Hell.
Some principles of Sufism, the role of the “Sheikh”, The Covenant, “Dhikr” and Sufism’s stance on the interpretation of the Quran; all of which strongly contradict the teachings of Islam.
A brief look at how Ahmadiyyah differs and contradicts the teachings of Islam. This first part mentions its origins and how it differs from Islam and how it broke up into two groups.
Some principles of Ahmadiyyah, their view on the finality of the Message of God, the Quran, Prophet Muhammad and Jihad.
Concluding part of the Ahmadiyyah article, includes a quick overview of the fallacies of Mirza Ghulam Ahmed, and the stance of mainstream Muslims towards Ahmadiyyah.
The rise and history of a religion incorrectly associated with Islam.
There is no god but God and science fiction stories make strange bedfellows.
A brief description of the misguided people known collectively as Quranists and some points regarding the second source of Islamic law, the Sunnah.
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