Whom Should We Worship?
Authorship: Majed S. Al-Rassi
Short Link: http://IslamHouse.com/431561

Short Discription: The creation and existence of everything in this world has a purpose and wisdom behind it. Human beings are the superior creation as Allah has given them the intellect, has created everything for them, and has given them power and knowledge over most of the creation. There is, obviously, a specific purpose behind their existence, which is what has been elaborated in this book.

Honorific phrases in this book
About the Word ‘Lord’
About the Word ‘Allah’

1. Proof of Allah’s Existence
2. The Purpose of Creation
3. Monotheism: the Message of all the Prophets
4. The Basic Message of Islam
5. Proofs that Only Allah Deserves to be Worshipped
6. The Message of False Religions
7. Allah and His Creation
8. The Meaning of the Religion’s Name: ‘Islam’
9. The Six Articles of Islamic Faith
a. Belief in Allah
b. Belief in the angels
c. Belief in the scriptures
Biblical proofs of the Bible’s distortion
Distorting revelations is the biggest sin, An important note
Revelation of the Qur’an
The entire Qur’an is a proclamation of monotheism
The Prophet’s teachings
Preservation of Islamic teachings
d. Belief in the messengers of Allah
Obedience to the Prophet (blessings and peace be upon him) (followship)
Loving the Prophet (blessings and peace be upon him)
e. Belief in the Last Day
f. Belief in predestination

10. The Five Pillars of Islam
a. The declaration of the two testimonies of faith
b. Prayers
c. Zakâh (Obligatory charity)
d. Fasting in the month of Ramadan
e. Hajj (Pilgrimage to Makkah)

11. The Meaning of Worship in Islam
12. The Moral System in Islam
a. Relations with the Lord
b. Relations with people – general
c. Relations with parents
d. Relations with relatives
e. Relations with neighbours
f. Food – Moral conduct
g. Hygiene – Islamic moral conduct
h. Spiritual – Islamic moral conduct
i. Family structure and rights
j. Decency and veiling
k. The rights of the wife
l. Polygyny
m. Divorce rules
n. Protection of life
o. Protection of property
p. Maintaining health
q. Animal rights
r. Rights of the deceased

13. Islam and Other Religions
14. Eleven Facts about Jesus (peace be upon him) in the Islamic Teachings
a. The status of Jesus in Islam
b. The beginning of his lineage
c. The status of Mary
d. The news about Jesus (peace be upon him)
e. The birth of Jesus (peace be upon him)
f. Subsequent miracles of Jesus, An important note
g. Human qualities of Jesus (peace be upon him)
h. Jesus’ prophethood
i. The mission of Jesus (peace be upon him)
j. Jesus’ ascension
k. The second coming of Jesus

15. Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him) in the Bible: Twenty-seven Proofs from the Bible on Muhammad’s Prophethood
The main attributes of Prophet Muhammad’s profile in the Bible
a. His name
b. His characteristics Other Biblical characteristics of Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him)
c. The location from which he was to emerge
d. The message to be revealed through him
e. Fulfilment of prophecies which he foretold
f. The time when he was to appear
g. The unique proof
h. Consistency of Muhammad’s teachings with Jesus’ teachings

16. The Facts about ‘The Original Sin’
Background Analysis
Original Sin and atonement from an Islamic Perspective
17. Islam’s Revival of the Basic Teachings of Jesus
(peace be upon him)
a. Revival of the creed of Allah’s Unity of essence
b. Revival of Allah’s Supremacy in terms of His attributes and qualities
c. Revival of the doctrine of monotheism (worship of Allah alone)
d. Revival of the creed of Jesus’ human attributes and prophethood, negating divinity and ‘son-ship’
No evidence for the divinity of Jesus (peace be upon him) in the Bible
The truth about ‘son-ship’
Important notes
e. Revival of the doctrine of Jesus’ ascension (negating crucifixion)
f. Revival of the prohibition of augury
g. Revival of the prohibition of witchcraft
h. Revival of the prohibition of taking interest
i. Revival of the prohibition of eating pork
j. Revival of the prohibition of consuming blood
k. Revival of the prohibition of alcoholic drinks
l. Revival of prohibition of adultery
m. Revival of ablution before prayer
m. Revival of performing prayers physically
n. Revival of compulsory charity (zakâh)
o. Revival of fasting
p. Revival of greeting with the supplication of peace
q. Revival of veiling (hijab) for women
r. Revival of polygyny
s. Revival of circumcision

18. Features of Islamic Teachings
a. Rationality
b. Perfection
c. Clarity
d. Scientific validity and accuracy
e. Prophetic fulfilment
f. Moderation
g. Comprehensiveness
h. Uniqueness
i. Justice

19. Islam, the Universal Religion
20. Why Islam?
21. A Final Call to Reason
22. This Is It
23. A Whisper
24. Remember this
25. How to become a Muslim
26. To Sum it Up
27. Conclusion

Appendix Glossary of Islamic Terms


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