People of various walks of life speak on their view of family life in Islam.
How marriage is intertwined with faith, ethics and morality, with evidence from Islamic scripture.
A short trip through the comprehensive guide on good parenting as taught by God and His Prophet, briefly explored here, with reasons why Muslims follow such guidance.
The fruits of a stable family system.
An introduction to how Islam ensures the cohesiveness of the institution of the family in Islam, with its first and foremost constituents, the parents.
The reasons and purpose of marriage, and the emphasis given on treating wives with kindness and ease, and how they help in maintaining harmony in the family.
The rights of both the husband and wide, and the complementary roles they play in bringing about a peaceful home.
The rights of children upon their parents, and the emphasis Islam gives in maintaining good relations with other relatives.
Even before birth, children’s rights are respected.
Preparing for the birth of a child.
The authentic traditions of Prophet Muhammad benefit children and the community.
Teaching children the duties of Islam
Rights are embedded in all issues involving children.
Islam encourages marriage and prohibits pre-marital and extra-marital relationships.
A discussion of prohibitions in intimate relationships..
Luqman’s advice to his son has a timeless quality and we begin a discussion of each point.
Continuing the discussion of the 10 pieces of advice Luqman, the wise, gave to his son.
A discussion of the qualities of the grandparents of Jesus that led to the upbringing of a righteous household.
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