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A Contemporary Commentary of the Qur'an: The Risale-i Nur Collection
» 3-Eve’s legacy
"Whoever works evil will not be requited but by the like thereof, and whoever works a righteous deed -whether man or woman- and is a believer- such will enter the Garden of bliss" (Qur’an 40:40).
» 2. The tashahhud
» 1. The Concept of Faith (Iman)
» 1. The Early Morning Prayer (Salatu-l-Fajr)
» 14. The Concept of Morality
» 9. The Concept of Equality
» 4. Marriage and Divorce
» Prayer: a healing for the spirit and the body
» 7. The Concept of Sin
» The theory of relativity in time
» 11. Prophet Muhammad's Last Sermon
... from the verses of The Noble Qur'an
In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate. God, there is no god but He; His are the Most Beautiful Names.( Qur'an, 20:8)
... from the sayings of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
Ibn 'Abbas (May Allah be pleased with him) reported that Allah's Messenger (May peace and blessings be upon him) transmitted it from the Blessed and Great Lord: “Verily Allah recorded the good and the evil and then made it clear that he who intended good but did not do it, Allah recorded one complete virtue in his favor, but if he intended it and also did it, the Glorious and Great Allah recorded ten to seven hundred virtues and even more to his credit. But if he intended evil but did not commit it, Allah wrote down one full virtue in his favor. If he intended that and also committed it, Allah made an entry of one evil against him.”
» Brother Tapiwa reverted on July 26, 2002
My next experience was in tenth grade, later that same year when a muslim woman came to our school and explained Islam to us in a two hour lecture. Prior to that, I thought that muslims did not acknowledge Christ. She let us know that Muslims acknowledge Christ but as a prophet (which I know now) and not the son of God.
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