ISLAMIC BELIEFS AND MORAL FOUNDATIONS Blog

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Islam and Post Modernism

Contrary to this post-modern belief that words are worn-out and over and over again inverted from their original meaning, the perceptions and conceptual words are containers of ‘higher’ and more ‘original’ meanings to which man responds with the flexibility to an objective and higher truth. If meaning vanishes as manifested by the modern ‘diversification’ of meanings and various post-structural theories, this world is on the brink of yielding to purposelessness.

BEHOLD THE MAN – SERIES (PART 1)

We live within these confines that we do not realize that society dictates everything around us, including the moral standard that we live in. We have dehumanized our intrinsic purpose and destiny until it has eliminated out of our very existence. We do not even realize that it has washed away from our conscious and subconscious mind and that we have succumbed to humanity’s God-like dictatorship over us.

Watch “Pluralism played out | Diana Eck”

The dynamics of society has changed and the definitions applied to pluralism, includes the ability to provide a coherent answer to the question of tolerance. We as a global community within our own acceptance of religious worldviews are driven to the acceptance and tolerance of each others views or we will ultimately be doomed by… Read More ›

Habib ‘Umar’s “Prayers On The Beloved”

As-salaamu ‘alaykum, The following salawat are from Habib ‘Umar’s Prayers on the Beloved. This book is a collection of 82 prayers, which follow an unique formula. Each prayer: Calls on Allah by one of His Most Beautiful Names Praises His Messenger ﷺ in a manner related to that Name Asks Allah for blessings related to the Name mentioned. In this way,… Read More ›

COLLECTION

Here you will find various publications about Islam and its beliefs. There is also a large collection of reading materials available upon subscription.

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