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  • The Islamic Faith

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    theories and the first perspective I researched looking for answers to this difficult question was that of the Islamic faith. Every single day you can turn on the news and hear about tragic human suffering, whether it be natural disasters wiping out entire villages, suffering of children, famine, mass murders, loss of loved ones, etc. This can cause some people to either blame God or lose faith altogether. Atheists can’t blame God because they do not accept His existence or role in the world. It is their

  • Islamic Practices And The Islamic Faith

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    the Islamic practices and the Islamic faith. That is over one sixth of the world’s population. Throughout the world Islam is a very peaceful and open religion but in the most recent times of the world Islam has been faced with some trying times with groups of people who are taking the beliefs of the religion in the wrong direction and have diluted the world’s view of this peaceful religion into one of war and cruelty. This could not be farther from the truth, since the beginning of the Islamic religion

  • Questions On The Islamic Faith

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    learned about the Islamic faith in depth. Aside from learning basic concepts between Islam, Judaism, and Christianity such as they all arise from the religion of Israel, it was also taught that there are specifics to the Muslim faith. These include Sharia Law, the Qur’an, Muhammad (pbuh), Ramadan, and the Five Pillars. They are practiced by both the Sunni and the Shia Muslims and are extremely important in the culture. Sharia Law is the governing “way” or law in the Islamic faith and is based on

  • The Function Of Prayer And The Islamic Faith

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    nature of the one who prays.”― Søren Kierkegaard  Islam is a monotheistic faith which centers around the sovereignty of Allah, the five pillars of faith, and the sanctity of the Qur’an.  Christianity views Islamic prayer as an opportunity for the real God reveal the truth to Muslims.        “Islam is the fastest-growing major religion in the world” (Taylor).  In Islam, Allah is almighty (Qur’an Sura 67:2).  The five pillars of faith, Shahada, Salat, Zakat, Hajj and Sawm, are a constant reminder of a Muslim’s

  • Christianity And The Islamic Faith Essay

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    Death is inevitable, we cant change the fact only accept it, what we can choose is our faith, who and what we believe in. Each religion is different they all have a different take and belief in what happens to us and our souls after we die. In this report I am focusing on two different religions and what they believe happens during life after death. My two religions are Catholicism and Islam. In the Islamic religion, beliefs are a key staple in their religion, there is a quote in the Quran stating

  • The Islamic Faith Sufism Essay

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    These divisions have their own separate values and rituals that create an unconquerable schism between them. The gap, however, is somewhat bridged by a twist on the Islamic faith known as Sufism. The mystic ways of the Sufi society make it very appealing to both Sunnis and Shiites, not to mention the newcomers to the Islamic faith. Sufism uses the quality of unification and the quality of appeal to make it one of the strongest aspects of Islam. Sufism was founded on the belief that Muslims could

  • The Islamic Faith In 570 A. D.

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    Quraysh who controlled the city of Mecca. According to secular history the prophet Muhamad introduced the Islamic Faith in 610 A.D. after undergoing what he stated to be an divine visitation. Muhammad verbalized the Quran which is the holy book of the Islamic faith, which Muslims trust to be the pre-extant faultless words of Allah. (AllAboutReligion.org, 2002-2017) Rendering to the Quran the Islamic faith began long before the prophet Muhammad was born. The Quran was verbalised, written or in other words

  • Islamic Faith and Culture Essay

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    Islam In recent modern times, the Islamic faith and culture has been scarred by bad publicity and criticism worldwide concerning terrorism, fanaticism, and the treatment of women. All these issues have existed in most religions throughout time, but the treatment of women is different in which most other cultures and religions have minimized the issues and Islam, under its attempts to also end it, has failed to create a society in which the treatment of women is equal to that of men. The treatment

  • The Prophet Muhammad Of The Islamic Faith

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    A person whose character has played a major role in history and continues to influence people worldwide is the Prophet Muhammad, the last prophet in the Islamic faith. There are many misconceptions about Muhammad, but if you were to ask any Muslim living now or at his time for one fact about him, they would tell you that he was a man of character. Even before given revelation from God through Angel Gabriel, Muhammad was known through Mecca as the Truthful and the Trustworthy. He was born an orphan

  • South Africa And The Islamic Faith

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    As most of our readers know, I was greatly blessed to have the opportunity to travel to South Africa and engage in a series of six debates recently with defenders of the Islamic faith. This included two debates in mosques, and four at universities. My opponents were Bashir Varnia (in Lenasia), Yusuf Bux (in Johannesburg), Yusuf Ismail (in Potchefstroom) and Shabir Ally (in Erasmia and Pretoria). I also lectured at a number of locations, including Northwest University in Potchefstroom. This was

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