Hope is defined as the feeling or expectation and desire for something to happen. We all hope for good lives, good health and a good job. Ultimately, we all hope for an immortal blissful existence. Life is such an amazing gift that no one really wants his or her conscious existence to end. Similarly, everyone desires that there will be some form of ultimate justice where wrongs are made right, and the relevant people will be held accountable. Significantly, if our lives are miserable, or experience pain and suffering, we hope for some peace, pleasure and ease. This is a reflection of the human spirit; we hope for light at the end of the dark tunnel, and if we have tranquillity and joy, we want to keep it that way.Continue reading
Even On A Very Fundamental Level We Find That Throughout History There Is A Very Strange Phenomenon That People Of Different Backgrounds, Living In So Many Different Parts Of The World At Different Points In Time, Have Always Had This Strong Urge Within Themselves To Look And To Yearn For The Creator. Read more
To know our Lord which way can we follow? To know our Lord there are many ways. We can divide these ways into four.
- Shari’iyyi- through Divine revelation
- Aqliyy (intellectual)
- Fitriyy (Natural Disposition)
- what is experienced and perceived
Testimony by a Western Scientist
The universe cannot create itself, then create the laws that control its existence. Nor can we attribute the emergence of life to a lifeless universe. Hence neither human nature nor human intelligence accepts the emergence of the universe or life without a Creator who continues to control it. Indeed material science is now rejecting it as well. Continue reading
In an age of scientific advancement people have been led to chase an intellectual mirage. An illusion constructed by the atmospheric conditions of an incoherent philosophy and false assumptions about reality. The denial of the Divine, is this mirage. It is the result of an existential thirst that can only be quenched by the Islamic intellectual and spiritual tradition. The Divine Reality: God, Islam & The Mirage of Atheism is not just a book about atheism. It is the first book in the English language to address universal and Islamic Continue reading
The existence of Allaah (God), the Most High, is proven by:
(i) the natural disposition,(ii) the intellect,(iii) the Revelation, and, (iv) what is experienced and perceived.
(i) As for the proof of the natural disposition for His existence: then every created being is created upon the natural disposition of belief in its Creator, without any previous thought or education. No one turns away from this natural disposition
except when his heart is taken over by that which will turn him away from it, as he said, ‘”Every child is born upon the natural disposition (al-fitrah), then his
parents change him into a Jew, or a Christian, or a Magian “ [Reported by al-Bukhaaree (Eng. transl. 2/262/no.467)]. Continue reading