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Concept of God in Islam...8 (1)

CONCEPT OF GOD IN ISLAM Islam is Semitic religion, which has more than 1.2 billion adherents all over the world. Islam means “submission to the will of Allah”. Muslims accept the Quran, as the word of God revealed to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Islam states that Allah sent messengers and prophets throughout the ages with the message of the Unity of God, and accountability in the Hereafter. Islam thus makes it an article of faith to believe in the earlier prophets, starting with Adam, and including Noah, Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, David, John, Jesus and many others (may peace be on them all). The Most Concise Definition of God: The most concise definition of God in Islam is given in four verses of Surah Ikhlas which is Chapter 112 of the Holy Quran: 1.       “Say: He is Allah. The one and only”. 2.       “Allah, the Eternal, Absolute”. 3.       “He begets not, nor is He begotten”. 4.       “And there is none like unto Him”. (Holy Quran 1

Concept of God in Christianity...7

CONCEPT OF GOD IN CHRISTIANITY Christianity is a Semitic religion, which is a claim to have nearly two billion adherents all over the world. Christianity owes it name to Jesus Christ (peace be on Him). Jesus (pbuh) is also a revered figure in Islam. Islam is the only no-Christian Faith that prescribes faith is Jesus (pbuh) : Before we discuss the concept of God in Christianity let us examine the position of Jesus (pbuh) in Islam: 1)       Islam is the only non-Christianity faith, which makes it an article of faith to believe in Jesus (pbuh). No Muslim is a Muslim if he does not believe in Jesus (pbuh). 2)       We believe that he was one of the mightiest Messengers of Allah (SWT). 3)       We believe that he was born miraculously without any male intervention, which many modern day Christian do not Believe 4)       We believe that He gave life to the dead with God’s permission. 5)       We believe that He healed those born blind, and the lepers with God’s permissio

Concept of God in Judaism...6

CONCEPT OF GOD IN JUDAISM Judaism is one of the major Semitic religions. Its followers are known as Jews and they believe in the prophetic mission of Prophet Moses (pbuh). 1.         The following verse from Deuteronomy contains an exhortation from Moses (pbuh) “Shama Israelu Adonai Ila Hayno Adna Ikhad” It is a Hebrew quotation which means “Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God is One Lord”   (The Bible, Deut 6:4) 2.         Consider the following verses from the Book of Isaiah: “I, Even I, am the Lord; and beside me there is no savior.” (The Bible, Isaiah 43:11) 3.       “I am God, and there is none else there is no God besides me.” (The Bible, Isaiah 45:5) 4.       I am God, and there is none else; I am God, there is none like me.” (The Bible, Isaiah 46:9) 5.       Judaism condemns idol worship in the following verses: “Thou shalt have none other gods before me. Thou shalt not make thee any graven image, or any likeness of anything that i

Concept of God in Zoroastrianism...5

CONCEPT OF GOD IN ZOROASTRIANISM Zoroastrianism is an ancient Aryan religion which originated in Persia more than 2500 years ago. Though it has relatively few adherents, less than one hundred and thirty thousand in the whole world, it is one of the oldest religions.   The Iranian Prophet Zoroaster was the founder of Zoroastrianism (also commonly known as Parsiism). The sacred scripture of the Parsis is the Dasatir and Avesta. God in Zoroastrian religion is known as   ‘ Ahura Mazda’ ‘Ahura’ means ‘the lord’ and ‘Mazda’ means ‘ the wise’ hence ‘Ahura Mazda’ means ‘ The Wise Lord’ or ‘ the Wise God’. Ahura Mazda stands for a strict form of Monotheistic God. Qualification of God according to Dasatir: According to Dasatir, Ahura Mazda has the following qualities:         I.             He is One.       II.             Nothing resembles Him.     III.             He is without an origin or end.     IV.             He has no father or mother, wife or son.   

Concept of God in Sikhism...4

Concept of God in Sikhism Sikhism is a non-Semitic, Aryan, non Vedic religion. Though not a major religion of the world, it is a branch or offshoot of Hinduism founded by Guru Nanak at the end of the 15 th Century. It originated in the Area of Pakistan and North West India called Punjab meaning the land of the 5 rivers. Guru Nanak was born in Kshatriya (warrior caste) Hindu family but was very strongly influenced by Islam and Muslims. DEFINITION OF SIKH AND SIKHISM   The word ‘Sikh’ is derived from the word ‘Sisya’ meaning disciple or follower. Sikhism is a religion of 10 Gurus, the first Guru Nanak and the 10 th last being Guru Gobind Singh. The sacred book of Sikhism is Sri Guru Granth is also called Adi Granth Sahib. THE FIVE - ‘K’S Every Sikh is supposed to keep the five ‘K’s which are also serve as his identity.       I.             Kesh – uncut hair; which all the Guru kept    II.             Kangha – comb; used to keep the hair clean. III.        

Concept of GOD in Hinduism...3

CONCEPT OF GOD IN HINDUISM The most popular among the Aryan religions is Hinduism. 'Hindu' is actually a Persian word which stands for the inhabitants of the region beyond the indus Valley. However in Common parlance Hinduism is a blanket term for an assortment of religious beliefs, most of whom are based on the Vedas, the Upanishads and the Bhagwad Geeta. Commo Concept of God in Hinduism: Hinduism is commonly perceived as a polytheistic religion. Indeed, most Hindus would attest to this, by professing belief in a multitude of Gods. Some Hindus believe in the system of three God while some Hindus actually believe in the existence of thirty-three crore i.e. 330 million Gods. However learned Hindus who are well versed with their scriptures insist that a Hindu should believe in and worship only one God. The major difference between the Hindu and the Muslim perception of God is the common Hindus' belief in the philosophy of Pantheism. Pantheism considers everything

Concept of GOD...2

CATEGORISATION OF  MAJOR WORLD RELIGIONS: Religion of the world can be broadly categorized into Semitic religions and non-Semitic religions can be divided into Aryan religions and non-Aryan religions. 0 Semitic religions Semitic religions are religions that originated among the Semites. According to the Bible, Prophet Noah (pbuh) had a son called Shem. The descendents of Shem are known as Semites. Therefore, Semitic religions are the religions that originated among the jews, Arabs, Assyrians, Phoenicians, etc. Major Semitic religions are Prophetic religions that believe in Divine Guidance sent through prophets of God. Non-Semitic religions The non-Semitic religions are further subdivided into Aryan and non-Aryan religions: Aryan Religions Aryan religions are the religions that originated among the Aryans, a powerful group of indo-European speaking people that spread through Iran and Northern india in the firs half of the second Millennium BC (2000 to 1500 BC)

Concept of GOD

INTRODUCTION One of the distinguishing features of our civilisation is the presence of a large number of religions and ethical systems. Mankind has always sought to understand the reason for creation and his own place in the scheme of things.  Arnold Toynbee studied the history of  man through the ages and put his findings in a monumental work consisting of ten  volumes. He summarised that in the history of man, religion stood as the centre. In an article in  The Observer   on October 24, 1954 he wrote: " I have come back a the belief that religion holds the key to the mystery of existence;" Religion according to the oxford dictionary means " belief in a superhuman controlling power especially in a personal God or gods entitled to obedience and worship". A common feature of all major religions is the belief in a Universal God or supreme Divine Authority that is Omnipotent and Omniscient. Followers of all major religions believe that the God 


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Bible led me to the Islam...(FINAL EPISODE)

CONCLUSION My Christian brothers and sisters, given the information contained in this booklet, I hope you have begun to realize that the pillars of present day Christianity: Jesus is the Son of God; The Trinity; and, Jesus died on the cross for our sins, are all built on a weak, suspect and doubtful foundation. A foundation that is built upon following elements: 1. Present gospels were ratified by a murderer three hundred (300) years after Jesus left the earth. 2. Three hundred other gospels were destroyed. 3. The words, "Son of God, only begotten of the Father," ratified by a murderer. 4. The word "Gospel" was added to the titles of the writings: According to; Matthew, Mark, Luke & John. 5. The "Gospels" written 60-100 A.D. 6. "Gospels" written in the third person. 7. Verses (Trinity doctrine) removed from the Bible and then put back. 8. Trinity accepted 3 centuries after Jesus' left the earth.. 9. A pagan firs

Bible led me to the Islam...12

MOHAMMED IN THE BIBLE The prophecies of Prophet Mohammed (Peace Be Upon Him) can be found in the Old and New Testaments as mentioned in the Holy Quran (7:157): "Those who follow the Messenger, the unlettered Prophet, whom they find mentioned in their own (Scriptures), in the Law and the Gospel; for he commands them what is just andforbids them what is evil; he allows them as lawful what is good and prohibits them from what is bad: He releases them from their heavy burdens and from the yokes that are upon them. So it is those who believe in him, honor him, help him, and follow the Light which is sent down with him, it is they who will prosper. "I will reference and support two prophecies in the Bible that apply to none except Prophet Mohammed. 1. Old Testament - This prophecy which was addressed to Moses said that God will send among the "brethren" of the Israelites a prophet like Moses who will be a founder, a leader, and an exemplar of