Tag: Islamic theology

  • Linguistic Rebuttal to Polemical Distortions: The Meaning of “Ahad”

    Linguistic Rebuttal to Polemical Distortions: The Meaning of “Ahad”

    In this detailed exploration, we debunk missionary misinterpretations of the Arabic term ‘Ahad’ through a rigorous linguistic analysis. By unearthing the true meaning, we offer a fresh perspective on this often misunderstood term. Embark on your journey to deeper understanding today – read, engage and broaden your knowledge horizon.

  • Responding To Banal Missionary “Logic”: Can There Be A Son Without A Mother Or Father?

    Unfortunately for the missionary, an understanding can be reached if a little more thought can be put into their argument. The missionary has taken the understanding of these verses out of its intended context and is confusing Mary’s nature (since she is only human, and hence procreates) as a creation of the Almighty, with God…

  • Do Muslims Worship The Black Stone of the Kaaba?

    Do Muslims Worship The Black Stone of the Kaaba?

    I believe that it is time that a response to this rather annoying polemic about the nature of the Black Stone (al-Hajar al-Aswad) and its significance in Islam by those who have an axe to grind about Islam (or otherwise known tenderly as the “Islamophobics”) is finally needed. We will look at the common allegations…

  • Sura’ At-Tawbah Reexamined: A Detailed Study on Its Context, Interpretation, and Relevance

    Surat-ul-Tauba which is the 9th Chapter of the Qur’an was revealed 15 months before the Prophet’s(P) demise. Before its revelation, Muslims used to follow a very wise policy, that is “If they charge thee with falsehood, say: my work to me, and yours to you ye are free from responsibility for what I do, and…

  • The Concept of Tawhid in Islam

    The Concept of Tawhid in Islam

    Meaning of Tawhid The word Tawhid comes from the verb wahhad which literally means to unite. In Islamic terminology, it means to realize and maintain the unity of Allah in one’s actions (inwardly and outwardly). The actual word tawhid does not occur in the Qur’an or Sunnah though the present tense of the verb (from…

  • Sectarianism In Islam

    1. It is important to realize that, unfortunate as it may be, it is a division that has already been made and accepted by the Muslims and by the adherents of these sections. It would, under the circumstances, be unrealistic to refute the existence of these sects. These sections do exist, even if their existence…

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