- Surah Al Hajj Verse 10 – Allah is not unjust to His slaves.
- Surah Al Hajj Verse 9 – The disputors are far astray from the path of Allah
- Surah Al Hajj Verse 8 – Those who dispute about Allah are without knowledge
- Surah Al Hajj Verse 7 – Surely, Allah will resurrect those in graves.
- Surah Al Hajj Verse 6 – Allah is the Truth and gives life to the dead.
Category Archives: WILL AND RESPONSIBILITY
`Ibadah is a comprehensive name for every word we say and every act we do, whether of the heart or the body, which God loves and approves of `Ibadah comprehends every word and deed, internal or external, that God loves … Continue reading
The perfection of a created being lies in serving its Creator. The better one serves Him, the more perfect one is, and to greater heights one rises. Those who think that they can transcend the boundaries of servanthood (`ubudFyyah) in … Continue reading
Those who think that God’s fore-knowledge and foreordainment of things is sufficient to bring them into being, and that any effort or action on the part of man or all other causes are not required, are wrong. A person put … Continue reading
Iffore-ordainment is an argument for anyone, it is argument for all. But this would mean that no one should blame anyone for doing him any wrong, abusing him, taking his property, offending his family, or trying to kill him. But … Continue reading
The verse, “Verily this is no less than a message to all the worlds, (with profit) to whosoever among you wills to go straight. But you shall not will except as God wills, the Lord of the Worlds ” (81:27-9) … Continue reading
Man’s ability to act is of two kinds. One precedes the action and can be used to produce the action as well as its opposite; the other co-exists with the action and produces it alone. The first is ability in … Continue reading
The Elders believe that God is the Creator of each and every thing, that He has power over all, and that He creates human acts. Nevertheless, men are actors in the true sense and they have both will and power. … Continue reading
The Elders and the a'immah of the ummah are agreed that the human soul is a created object. Those who say that it is something eternal include some Sabaean philosophers and a group of heretical Sufis, theologians, and traditionists. They … Continue reading