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religious attitude and life in Islam

Duncan Black Macdonald

religious attitude and life in Islam

by Duncan Black Macdonald

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Published by Khayats in Beirut .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Islam

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    Khayats oriental reprints, no. 9

    SeriesHaskell lectures on comparative religion, University of Chicago -- 1906
    The Physical Object
    Pagination317 p
    Number of Pages317
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14810141M

      The widely accepted objectives, based on the primary sources of Islam, are to protect faith, life, mind, family, and property. On the basis of the basic faith and universal religious practices, we comment finally on the specific issue of brain death as viewed by some contemporary Muslim jurists.   Is it acceptable in Islam to take out health insurance, life insurance, car insurance, etc.? Are there Islamic alternatives to conventional insurance programs? Would Muslims seek a religious exemption if the purchase of insurance were required by law? Under common interpretations of Islamic law, conventional insurance is forbidden in Islam.

    Pi’s introduction to Islam comes at the hands of the second Mr. Kumar, this one a baker and a Muslim. As the priest does with Catholicism, Mr. Kumar introduces Islam as a religion of love—although he calls it “the Beloved.” Islam transforms Pi’s perception of the world. Islam. Religion and Philosophy. Islam is Christianity’s only rival as a world religion in the vigour and range of its geographical spread. It springs ultimately from the same roots as Christianity, the tribal cultures of the Semitic peoples of the Near East. It is akin both to Christianity and its source, Judaism, in asserting that there is only one God.

    The following lectures are an attempt to outline the religious attitude and life of Muslims, as opposed to the systematic theology of Islam. Of the development of the latter I published a sketch some years ago; to that the present volume may be regarded as a complement. Book Details. Similarly, in the Next Life as well, his faith, intentions, attitudes and good deeds will all be weighed into his account as favorable putting him in high esteem with his Creator and Sustainer. Because Islam teaches that this life is only a test or trial for the individual to show him his true nature it is only natural that he would accept.


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Source: This article is taken from the book of Islam: Its Meaning and Message, edited by Khurshid Ahmad, and published by the Islamic Foundation, third edition, The series of ‘The Spirit of Islam’ is taken from Muhammad Asad’s Islam at the Crossroads, Lahore: Arafat Publications,pp.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Macdonald, Duncan Black, Religious attitude and life in Islam. New York, AMS Press [] (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Macdonald, Duncan Black, Religious attitude and life in Islam.

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