September
21
1986

- Difference between the witnessed world and the unseen world
- Examples on the effects of the unseen
- The effects of the Workmanship indicate the Manufacturer

Last update:2011-10-01
Views:4685
September
28
1986

instict in animals and free will of human beings
How concepts are formed in human beings?
The believer is privilaged with sound creed and vision
Human moves are influenced by his beliefs

Last update:2013-05-08
Views:3847
November
09
1986

- Questions in the mind of man:
- Play in the universe is not suitable to the Greatness of Allah:
- Offering the trust to the creatures since eternity:
- Prerequisites of the trust:

Last update:2011-04-25
Views:11628
November
23
1986

- If there is a doubt in your faith, where will that leave you?
- What are the evidences of Fitrah?
- Is the Muslim allowed to refute a scientific fact in order to defend Islam?

Last update:2012-12-06
Views:20171
January
11
1987

- What is the Greatest Name of Allah? what is the evidence?
- The Name "Allah" and its Glory
- The Greatest Name of Allah depends of the state of the one who calls on Allah

Last update:2012-08-28
Views:22418
March
01
1987

Deductions from the Quran concerning belief in Messengers
Muslims should compete for the ranks of Paradise not for the worldly life

Last update:2014-03-31
Views:1852
March
15
1987

- Why did Allah sent messengers to mankind? What was their mission?
- What are the manners of divine shari'a (method)?

Last update:2012-07-13
Views:4456
Last update:2017-10-27
Views:125
July
19
1987

To be a believer entails believing in all the pillars of faith
Disbelieving in one of the pillars invalidate you faith
What are the purposes of the revealed Book?
Belief in the Divine Books is a pillar of faith

Last update:2014-03-31
Views:1731
December
24
1990
- Definition of Al-Mulk (Ownership):
- According to the Shafi’ite school of Islamic Jurisprudence a worshipper should recite the above Quranic Verse in the first Rak’a of prayer as
- In Arabic the word “Mulk” means “the ability to dispose with things”,
- and hence, Allah’s Beautiful Name “The King” is derived from His Holy Self,
- but it can also be derived from His Acts as the Disposer with all things.
Last update:2010-09-26
Views:28510