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Monthly Renaissance | Al-Mawrid

Renaissance | August - 2008

A monthly journal promoting research and original thinking in the light of the original sources of Islam.

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Morals and Morality

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: August 2008

  After faith, the second important requirement of religion is purification of morals. This means that a person should cleanse his attitude both towards his creator and towards his fellow human beings. This is what is termed as a righteous deed. All the sharī‘ah is its corollary. With the change and evolution in societies and civili

Faith and Beliefs

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: August 2008

  Imān(faith) is a religious term. If something is accepted with the certitude of the heart then this is called īmān. The foundation of this word is īmān (faith) in God. If a person accepts the Almighty such that he submits his heart and mind to Him to the utmost, then in the terminology of the Qur’ān, he is a mu’min (bel

The Religion of Islam

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: August 2008

  The Sources of Religion Islam is the guidance which was first inspired by the Almighty in human nature and after that it was given by Him with all essential details to mankind through His prophets. Muhammad (sws) is the last of these prophets. Consequently, it is now he alone who in this world is the sole source of this religion. It

Brief Introduction to the Contents

Administrator Issue: August 2008

In this Issue … Jhangeer Hanif   Just as Islam gives legal injunctions to govern our daily lives, it also outlines articles of faith and delineates ethical guidelines. The first part, Javed Ahmad Ghāmidī maintains, is what is termed al-kitāb (lit. law) in the Holy Qur’ān, and the second, he asserts, is what is named

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