On Facebook, Twitter, and Atheism

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The title of this post may take many by surprise. Outside of facebook pages and tweets promoting atheism and belittling religions, what could possibly be the relation between social media and atheistic beliefs? What could simple tweets and posting of pictures have to do with rejecting the existence of God? Continue reading

Worshipping Allah: Thankfulness and Legalism

By MuslimAnswers.net Team (checked by Mufti Aadiel Moosagie, Council of Ulama Eastern Cape)

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Certain atheists say something along the lines of: “Alright, suppose I accept that God exists and that He provides everything for us. But His giving us life, shelter, etc., does not necessitate our worshipping Him, or obeying Him. There is no connection between God giving us life and us being obliged to worship and obey God.” Continue reading

(Draft Article) The Proper Mindset concerning Islam and Science

(Please read the notice concerning our draft articles)

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by Hadiyawan Syaiful Imam, Doctoral student in (Theoretical) Physics, with slight editing and comments by MuslimAnswers.net Team

 ”The key to understand science, is to think like a scientist…” Continue reading

Response to Objection: There is no Beginning for anything

By MuslimAnswers.net Team, Checked and concurred by, Mufti Faisal bin Abdul Hameed al Mahmudi ( http://www.fatwa.ca, http://www.ilmhub.com)

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We found the following piece from a Buddhist site concerning their answer to the question of whether there is any “beginning”[1]:

Question: If life involves the transference of consciousness, is there any beginning? Continue reading

Islam, Rationality and non-Contradiction

By MuslimAnswers.net Team, Checked and concurred by, Mufti Faisal bin Abdul Hameed al Mahmudi ( http://www.fatwa.ca, http://www.ilmhub.com)

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In this article we show that every single non-Islamic religion has a fatal flaw that essentially shows the falsity of that religion. This flaw relates to joining of mutually exclusive and contradictory claims when it comes to God, His Essence and His Attributes. We may concentrate on a certain religion (Christianity for example), but for all non-Islamic religions, this basic premise stands. Taken as a whole[1], their claims are invalid and should be rejected by every clear-thinking human being. Continue reading