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Click here for previous session     Whoever asks with the Name of Allah, is not to be rejected Ibn Umar (May Allah be pleased with him) narrated that Allah's Messenger (May the peace and blessing of Allah be upon him) said: "If...
Click here for previous session     (Fear of Allah Alone) Allah the Most Exalted said: "It is only Satan that suggests to you the fear of his 'AuIiya . `Ai shah (May Allah be pleased with him) narrated that Allah's Messenger (May...
Important issues of the Chapter   1) In Tauhid, people are classified into various ranks. 2) What is the meaning of 'purification of Tauhid'. 3) Ibrahim (May Allah be pleased with him) was praised by Allah for he was not of the polytheists. 4)...
Click here for previous session     To seek Refuge in other than Allah is a part of Shirk Allah the Most Exalted said: "And verily, there were men among mankind who took shelter with the male jinns, but they (jinns) increased them (mankind)...
Click here for previous reading   In the early days of Islam, when the Muslims were weak and oppressed, the religion was embraced by such seekers of truth as Salman Farsi, a Persian Christian who was directed by his mentor, a Christian monk, to seek the arrival of the final prophet in the “country of the date­palms.”    The Negus, the Christian ruler of Abyssinia, accepted Islam without ever having met Muhammad, and while the Muslims were still a small group, widely held in contempt and frequently fighting for their lives.  One wonders, if Christian scholars and Christians of prominent position accepted Islam during a time when the Muslims were a persecuted minority lacking wealth, strength, and political position with which to attract, much less protect, new...
Click here for previous session   The New International Dictionary of the Christian Church tells us “the name is used also by modern Arab Christians who say concerning future contingencies: ‘In sha’ Allah.’”   This phrase In sha’ Allah is translated as “Allah willing” or “If Allah wills.”   The Encyclopaedia Britannica confirms the shared Arabic usage of the name “Allah”: “Allah is the standard Arabic word for ‘God’ and is used by Arab Christians as well as by Muslims.”   In fact, from the Orthodox Christians of the land that was birthplace to Abraham (now modern­day Iraq), to the Coptic Christians of the Egypt of Moses, to the Palestinian Christians of the Holy Land trod...
Click here for previous session     The condemnation of the One who worships Allah at the Grave of a Righteous Man and how then does this amount to Worship of  the Man In the Sahih (i.e. AI-Bukhari and Muslim), 'Aishah (May...
Click here for previous session     The Old Testament has noble poetry in it; and some clever fables; and some blood­ drenched history; and a wealth of obscenity; and upwards of a thousand lies. —Mark Twain, Letters from the Earth, Vol. II Let’s begin by putting “two of every sort (of animal) into the ark,” and then … Oh, wait. Was that “two of every sort,” as per Genesis 6:19, or seven of clean and two of unclean animals, as per Genesis 7:2­3? Hmm. Well, we’ve got up to 120 years to think about it, because that’s the limit of the human lifespan, as...
Click here for previous session     Virgin Birth    A baby is God’s opinion that life should go on.  —Carl Sandburg, Remembrance Rock And in the case of Jesus, a baby was God’s determination that revelation should go on. A few “progressive” churches have made a ruckus by questioning the virgin birth. They shouldn’t. It happened. At least, that’s the mainstream Christian and Islamic opinion. The Christian viewpoint is well known, although the lack of convincing biblical detail is frustrating to many. The Islamic teaching is that just as God created Adam from nothing more than clay, He created Jesus without biological father as a sign to the people—a miraculous origin portending messianic status. Surah...
Click here for previous session     The protectiveness of Al-Mustafa (May Allah be pleased with him) of Tauhid and his blockading every path leading to Shirk Allah the Most Exalted said: "Verily, there has come unto you a Messenger (Muhammad P.B.U.H)...

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