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...ONENESS OF ALLAH (THE GOD ALMIGHTY)
1. In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful
All praise is due to Allah (G). I bear witness that there is no true god worthy of being worshipped except Allah (G) alone, without a partner or associate. I further bear witness that Muhammad (N) is Allah’s true slave and Messenger. May the peace, blessings and mercy of Allah be upon Muhammad, his good and pure family, and upon his noble companions and those who follow their path.
2. Respected small group leader and my dear small group mates, let me welcome you with the Islamic greeting “Assalamu alikum wa rahmtullahi wa barakatuhu” meaning may the peace, mercy and blessings of Allah (the God Almighty be on all of you) which was also the greeting of Jesus (PBUH) [Luke 24:36].
3. I am Maj Aslam Uddin, from Bangladesh Army. Next about 13 minutes or so, I shall give you a short brief on “Oneness of Allah”. The subject is unclassified and open to all. The purpose of this brief is to highlight the oneness and uniqueness of Allah from the authentic religious scriptures such as Qur’an, authentic hadith of Muhammad (PBUH) as well as from the Bible as most of our audience are Bible scholars. Inshallah, this brief will benefit us by knowing the nature of our creator from authentic sources thus will enable us to worship him in a better...
...universe, which substantiate the unity and Oneness of Allah.
The significance of such evidences is adequately mentioned in the Qur an. Allah describing about His own identity states:
شَهِدَ اللهُ أَنَّهُ لاَ إِلَهَ إِلاَّ هُوَ وَالْمَلاَئِكَةُ وَأُولُوا الْعِلْمِ قَائِمًا بِالْقِسْطِ لاَ إِلَهَ إِلاَّ هُوَ الْعَزِيزُ الْحَكِيمِ
“Allah bears witness that none has the right to be worshipped but He, and the angels, and those having knowledge (also give this witness); (He is always) maintaining His creation in Justice. None has the right to be worshipped but He, the All-Mighty, the All-Wise.” [Surah Aal-‘Imran 3:18].
An eminent poet has elucidated his thoughts in a meaningful poem:
In everything, there is a sign,
Which proves to the unity of Allah
Wondering then: How can people disobey God?
Or how can a denier reject God?
To Allah, in every move,
And in every halt always a witness.
The following aspects offer a wider perspectives and plain in proving the unity and Oneness of Allah:
(1) The natural phenomena
(2) Different aspects of divine laws.
(3) The rationale of life
(4) Logic or common sense.
(5) Reaching to conclusion from the Names and Attributes of Allah.
These aspects clearly prove the existence of Allah and exemplify the three basic concepts of Islamic Monotheism (Oneness of Allah), as mentioned...
...Impacts of Belief in Oneness of Almighty Allah
The Oneness of Allah
The Oneness of Allah, known as tawhid, is the first and paramount constituent of the Islamic concept, as it is the fundamental truth of the Islamic faith. It is also one of the chief characteristics of the Islamic concept because, among all the belief systems and philosophies currently prevailing among human beings, only the Islamic faith can be characterized as having a pure form of monotheism. This is why we have included “The Oneness of Allah" as one of the characteristics of the Islamic concept.
The certainty of the truth that Allah is One dominates the Muslim's concept of the universe and of everything happening in it and his concept of the real, active power behind events in his own life and in the life of the community in which he lives. This certainty and conceptual conviction extend to all aspects of a Muslim's life, including what is hidden and what is apparent and what is significant and what is insignificant, and it applies to everybody he meets, the great as well as the lowly, to all customs, laws, beliefs, and actions, and to this life and the life-to-come, simply because not a single element of the Islamic system can escape from the all-inclusive belief in the Oneness of Allah.
This is the first principle of the Islamic concept and all other principles follow from it. Because the Islamic concept rests on...
...What is Belief in Allah and its effects
The Islamic faith is based on belief in Allah. When a person believes that the heavens and the earth and the world around him have been created by Him, and it is He who is governing them and it is He who will one Day call all mankind to account, then this is the beginning of religious awareness. Quite obviously, it is necessary that people have a true conception of their Creator. For this, they must have knowledge of the rational grounds of His existence as well as knowledge about gaining His correct recognition (ma`rifat).
In this article we shall dwell upon these twin issues. |
We shall first take up the issue of the Almighty's existence. A logical starting point in this regard would be to analyze all human sources of knowledge. A little deliberation shows that, apart from Divine Guidance revealed to the Prophets, man has three sources of knowledge. We shall examine each one of them.
a) Faculty of Intuition: Certain a priori information exists in every person's intuition: it pertains to the knowledge which is not learned through the senses but which is innate and inborn in an individual. This innate information consists of various concepts. For example the concept of contradiction is information present in our intuition. This concept, of course, is not a tangible thing. However, we apply this concept to a certain phenomenon and conclude that contradiction exists....
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...In the name of Allah, Most Beneficent, Most Merciful
UNDERSTAND QUR’AN & SALAH The Easy Way
SHORT COURSE for Beginners (Ramadan Special)
A simple yet effective course of 8 hours to teach you 100 words which occur approx. 40,000 times (out of a total of approx. 78000 or 50% of total words) in the Qur’an using Daily Recitations and other selections.
Only basic meanings of the words are taught in this course.
Objectives: (1) To prove that Qur’an is easy to learn; (2) To encourage people to study Qur'an; (3) To teach how to interact with Qur’an
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Spring Semester 2007
Is Allah of the Quran the same God of
The debate between Christianity and Islam is as fresh today as it was during the time of
Mohammad the founder of the Islam religion. Over the past 1400 years, there has been
numerous discussions between the two religions on numerous topics fundamental to both faiths
and on how each view the others’ position.
One of these crucial topics is whether the God of Islam, Allah, is the same God as that of
Christianity mentioned in the Holy Bible. Why this particular topic was raised is because of
the following details are mentioned in the Quran:
● Allah created the heavens and the earth in six days,
● Allah created Adam and Eve as our first parents, and that they were cast out of the
Garden of Eden (
in Islam) when they ate the forbidden fruit
● Allah sent prophets such as Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon and Jesus (Isa) to guide
● Allah showed special favors to the children of Israel
● there will be a great Judgment Day, and that the destiny of mankind is either to heaven
) or hell (
In addition, the Quran asserts that Allah, is indeed the God of Abraham ...