My question is that in philosophy there is a doctrine "pragmatism" which define that "truth that we know today might be changed tomorrow as future is clearly uncertain. We try to discover things in every branch of knowledge just to solve the problems of today but we can be wrong in future". As we know that this is the principle on science, philosophy and in fact all knowledge is based. Now we come to Islam.…
What is meant by shahadah (witness) especially in the context of Muslim declarartion of faith. This is usually translated as follows: I bear witness that no-one is worthy of worship but Allah, the One alone, without partner, and I bear witness that Muhammad (pbuh) is His servant and Messenger.
I want to understand how a person who has never met Muhammad (pbuh) in person can be a witness to him and his teachings we received…
What are the qualities of the Qur'an? A non-muslim asked me this question. He wants understand how Islam is different from other faith.
Is it true that in Islamic history, there were dark periods when Muslim rulers and leaders conquered different non-Muslim lands, and converted churches and synagouges to temples? And they deprived Christians and Jews of their rights?
Is the Holy Qur'an merely the source of belief? What other sources should we consult to understand the teachings of the faith?
I feel as if I am very close to Allah. When I have doubts in Allah I right away know its Satan. I get depressed alot for reasons I wish not to speak of. I talk to Allah and He helps me get through and I think about him alot, especially at night. My question is that will my level of beliefe in Allah be rewarded as well?