American, Khadija Evans, who experimented with umpteen
Christian denominations, atheism and even Wicca tells how her post-September 11
investigations of Islam led first herself then her husband to their final
spiritual home. Part 2.
Belief in the prophets of God is a central part of
Muslim faith. Part 1 will introduce all the prophets before Prophet Muhammad, may
the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, mentioned in the Muslim scripture
from Adam to Abraham and his two sons.
Baba Ali who was formerly a Wiccan, went through many faces in his life. When his father was on his deathbed, Baba Ali realized that life is short and that he has to take his search for the truth more seriously. Baba Ali is now a Muslim. Watch as he narrates his journey to Islam.
Islam is a God-centered religion. Nothing illustrates
this reality better than the verse named ‘The Greatest’ by the Prophet Muhammad,
may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him. Read this article to find out
more about this verse and its beautiful explanation of who is God.
25 years of reflection, evaluation of the Jewish
community and their Tradition, and in-depth studies within the Yeshivas of
Jerusalem, finally leads Oved to Islam. Part 4: Islam and the Muslim community,
the true God and entrance into the true faith.
The All-Mighty is the only Creator. He is the one that created all, and non had created him. With this prefix in ones mind, it is easy to comprehend that God -the All-Mighty- is not part of his creation. In this lecture, Yusuf Estes briefly touches on this Islamic belief.
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