God & Objective Morality

In Islam, God is believed to be a Being of maximal perfection. He is maximally knowledgeable, powerful and good. Perfect goodness is God’s essential nature, one of His names is Al-Barr, i.e the source of all goodness. He is good, and He defines what good is.

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The Qur’an’s Argument for God’s Existence

The Qur’an provides an intuitive and powerful argument for God’s existence. It mentions four possibilities to explain how something was created or came into being or existence.

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Does God need our worship?

The best way to answer these questions is to first understand who God is in the context of worship. God by definition is the One who is entitled to our worship; it is a necessary fact of His own existence. The Qur’an repeatedly highlights this fact about God.

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Belief in God

Muslims believe in one, unique, incomparable God, Who has no son nor partner, and that none has the right to be worshipped but Him alone.

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Can We See Allah?

This lesson addresses the question of whether Allah can be seen from an Islamic perspective as compared to the Judeo-Christian teachings.

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Where Is Allah?

The answer to the question of Allah`s presence, supported by evidence that He is indeed above the heavens and above His creation.

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The Mercy of Allah (God)

Muslims are encouraged to have hope of reward for good deeds, while being concerned about sins they may perform. When they commit sins, they repent sincerely, and are hopeful of being forgiven.

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What Does Allah Want From Us First?

The first thing to do is have a proper attitude. In Islam, "deeds" mean actions and spoken words, and that includes attitudes. Passing thoughts are not accountable.

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What do Muslims Believe?

A Muslim believes in one God, Supreme and Eternal, Infinite and Mighty, Merciful and Compassionate, Creator and Provider.

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The Help of Allah And His Victory

Allah – the Mighty and Majestic – explains in the noble Quran that He has promised to help and give victory to those who help Him.

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Allah Great

People do say that ‘seeing is believing’ and therefore they believe only what they see. They say that they do not see God, and therefore ….

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The Excellent Features of Islam

 This is the main goal of Islam. It is also one of its excellent features. Islam frees the human from trying to serve varied objects of worship. His life becomes clear and easy to follow. He has one Lord and one path to follow. He does not associate anyone or anything with God. 

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