Three Common Questions About Islam belief

Some of the most common questions about Islam. In the teachings of Islam and the Koran.Islam
1) What are the teachings of Islam ?common questions

The foundation of the Islamic faith is belief in absolute Monotheism ( the Oneness of God)belief This means believing that there is only one Creator and Sustainer of everything in the universe , and that there is nothing divine or worthy of being worshiped except for him. In truth , believe in the oneness of God means much more than simply believing that there is “one God ” – instead of two , three or four.Islam There are a number of religions that claim belief in ” One God ” and believe that ultimately there is only one Creator and Sustainer of the Universe , but true monotheism is to believe that only the one true God to be worshiped , according to the revelation that He sent His Messenger .belief Islam also rejects the use of all intermediaries between God and man, and insists that people approach God directly and reserve all worship to himself.Islam Muslims believe that God Almighty is compassionate, loving and merciful .common questions

A common error is the claim that God does not forgive His creatures directly .Islam
By over-emphasizing the burden of sin and punishment, as well as claiming that God can not forgive humans directly , people often despair of the mercy of God.belief Once they are convinced that they can not approach God directly , they are turning to false gods for help , as heroes , political leaders, saviors , saints and angels. We often find that people who worship , pray , or seek intercession from these false gods , not considered a “god” .Islam They claim belief in a Supreme God , but claim that they pray to and worship others beside God only to get closer to him. In Islam , there is a clear distinction between the Creator and the creature. There is no ambiguity or mystery in issues of divinity : everything that is created does not deserve to be worshiped , only God , the Creator , is worthy of worship . Islam Some religions falsely believe that God has become part of His creation , which has led people to believe that they can worship something created in order to reach their Creator.common questions

Muslims believe that even though God is Unique and Exalted beyond speculative intellect , which certainly has no partners , associates, colleagues , antagonists or offspring.Islam According to Muslim belief , Allah “or potential customers , not begotten.belief ” – Neither literally, allegorically , metaphorically , physically or metaphysically is absolutely unique and eternal is in control of everything and is perfectly capable of bestowing His mercy and infinite. forgiveness he wants.belief This is why Allah is also called the Almighty and Merciful . Islam God created the universe for man, and as such wants the best for all human beings . Muslims see everything in the Universe as a sign of Creators and benevolence of God Almighty. Moreover, the belief in the oneness of God is not merely a metaphysical concept . belief Is a dynamic belief that affects the vision of humanity , society and all aspects of practical life .Islam As a logical corollary to the Islamic belief in the oneness of Allah is his belief in the oneness of mankind and humanity.common questions

2) What is the Koran ?belief

The Quran is the final revelation from God to all mankind , which was spoken by Allah Most High Himself and conveyed through the Angel Gabriel in Arabic to the Prophet Muhammad , in sound, word and address .Islam The Koran (sometimes misspelled the Koran ) was then transmitted to the Prophet’s companions , and diligently memorized verbatim and meticulously complied writing. The Quran has been continually recited by the companions of the Prophet and their successors until today .Islam In short , the Quran is the divine scripture revealed book of Allah to humanity for their guidance and salvation.common questions

Today , the Qur’an is still memorized and taught by millions. The language of the Quran in Arabic, is still a living language to millions of people . Unlike the scriptures of other religions , the Koran is being read in their original language by millions of people .Islam The Quran is a living miracle in the Arabic language, and is known to be inimitable in its style , form and spiritual impact as well as a unique experience in it.belief The Quran was revealed in a series of revelations to the Prophet Muhammad over a period of 23 years . Unlike many other religious books , the Quran has always been regarded as the true word of God. The Qur’an was recited publicly in front of both Muslim and non-Muslim communities during the life of Prophet Muhammad , and thereafter .Islam The entire Qur’an was also completely written in the life of the Prophet , and numerous companions of the Prophet memorized the entire Quran , word for word as it was revealed . The Qur’an was always in the hands of ordinary believers : it has always been regarded as the word of God , and as much memorization , it was perfectly preserved.Islam There has never been a part of it altered or decreed by any religious council .belief The teachings of the Koran includes a universal scripture addressed to all mankind and not to a particular tribe or “chosen people” . The message that brings nothing new, but the same message of all the prophets :Islam “submit to Allah the One God and worship Him alone and follow the Messengers of Allah to succeed in this life and salvation in the hereafter ” . As such , God ‘s revelation in the Qur’an focuses on teaching human beings the importance of believing in the Oneness of Allah, and the development of their lives the way he has done, what is said in Islamic law .Islam The Qur’an contains the stories of the earlier prophets , such as Noah, Abraham , Moses and Jesus , peace be upon them all , and the commands and prohibitions of God. In our modern times , in which many people are caught up in doubt , spiritual despair and social and political alienation , the Koran’s teachings offer solutions to the emptiness of our lives and the turmoil that has gripped the world today .common questions

3) How do Muslims view of human nature , THE PURPOSE OF LIFE and beyond ?Islam

In the Qur’an , God teaches us that human beings were created to glorify and worship , and the foundation of all true worship is God-consciousness . All creatures of nature worship Allah and only humans have free will to worship God the Creator or reject it.Islam This is a great event, but also a great honor. Since the teachings of Islam encompass all aspects of life and ethics, God-consciousness is encouraged in all human affairs . Islam , it is clear that all human acts are acts of worship if they are done for God alone and in accordance with Scripture and divine law.Islam As such , worship in Islam is not limited to religious rituals , and for this reason it is more properly known as ” lifestyle ” of a religion. It is strongly recommended The teachings of Islam act as a mercy and a cure for the human soul , and such qualities as humility , sincerity , patience and charity. Additionally, Islam condemns pride and satisfaction because Almighty God is the only judge of human righteousness . common questions

The Islamic view of the nature of man is also realistic and balanced human beings are not considered a sin in itself , but are seen as equally capable of good and evil , that is your choice .Islam Islam teaches that faith and action go hand in hand. God gave people free will , and the measure of his faith is his performance . However, since humans were created naturally weak and regularly fall into sin , we are in need of continuous search for guidance and repentance, which is , in itself , as a form of worship loved by Allah .Islam The nature of the human being as created by God in his majesty and wisdom, there is inherently “corrupt ” or in need of repair . The avenue of repentance is always open to everyone. Almighty God knew that humans were going to make mistakes , so the real test is if they seek repentance for their sins and try to avoid them , or if you prefer a life of recklessness and sin , knowing it is not pleasing to God.Islam The true balance of an Islamic life is established by having a healthy fear of God’s rightful punishment for crimes and sins , and the sincere belief that God, in His infinite mercy , is pleased to present the award for our good works and sincere worship him . A life without fear of God leads to sin and disobedience , while believing that we have sinned so much that God can not forgive us only leads to despair .Islam In light of this, Islam teaches that only erroneous despair of the mercy of his Lord , and vile criminals are not afraid of Allah , the Creator and Judge. The Holy Qur’an revealed to Prophet Muhammad , peace be upon him, also contains many lessons about life in the hereafter and the Day of Judgment. Muslims believe that all human beings will ultimately be judged by God , the absolute monarch King and Judge , for their beliefs and actions in their earthly lives .Islam In judging human beings , Allah the Exalted will be both absolutely right, that to punish those criminals who truly guilty and rebellious unrepentant , and absolutely merciful to those whom He , in His wisdom , judges pitied.Islam No one will be judged by what was beyond his capacity , or actually do not. Suffice it to say that Islam teaches that life is a test designed by Allah, the Creator, the Almighty, the Wise , and that all human beings will be accountable to God for what they have done with their lives .Islam A sincere belief in the life hereafter is key to leading a balanced life and moral . Otherwise, life is viewed as an end in itself , which causes people to be more selfish , materialistic and immoral by their blind pursuit of pleasure , even at the expense of reason and ethics.common questions

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