Monthly Archives: January 2012

Who Was Prophet Muhammad?

Muhammad Abdalla Abdul-Mutalib was born inMeccain 570 AD.  His father died before his birth and when he was six his mother died in his presence after a brief illness.  His grandfather took him in, but also died two years later, … Continue reading

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What Do Muslim’s Believe In?

(Excerpts from the Quran are indicted between parenthesis as chapter:verse.) GOD:  The Muslim believes in God, the Creator and Lord of the universe, the One and Only Deity.  The Muslim’s belief in God implies rejecting and denying all notions or … Continue reading

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So What Does God Have to do With Me?

With or without knowledge of God, the perplexing question that nags all of us (or should at least) is, “What am I supposed to do with my life?”  If we observe the average person, we will find appetites that demand … Continue reading

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Why shouldn’t God have a son?

To have a son is one of the aspirations of most people.  It is often through our sons that we feel pride, stability and continuity.  Having a child is a distinctly pleasurable and meaningful experience that most people seek.  So … Continue reading

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Islam’s Vision of Life

Islam’s vision of life is an answer to the common question, “What is the meaning of life?”  God says in the Quran, “And We did not create the heaven and the earth and that between them aimlessly. That is the … Continue reading

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Islamic Art

Islamic art – the geometric, symmetric, and possibly infinite continuation of lines, curves and patterns – always begins with a single point on a page or canvas.  It is from this point that a line or circle is first drawn, … Continue reading

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Who is God

Human’s conceptions and imagery about God is mostly conjecture.  We have no firm knowledge about God other than what He teaches us.  The Quran says that we cannot comprehend God, that He is “high exalted above anything that people may … Continue reading

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