Almighty God in Islam

Allama Muhammad Razi, Anmol, 2011, viii, 304 p, ISBN : 8126143139, $110.00 (Includes free airmail shipping)

Almighty God in IslamContents: Preface. 1. Who is almighty? 2. God almighty, the supreme power. 3. God's perception in Islam. 4. Almighty and Holy Quran. 5. Almighty's words alone. 6. Knowledge from almighty. 7. Messenger of almighty. Bibliography. Index.

Islam, as a faith and religion, true to its ideology and philosophy, stands for total submission to almighty, who is the creator of universe and supreme authority for all the worlds. He is also the master of the day of judgement. Today, Islam is known as the progressive religion, promoted and preached by Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh), who declared oneness of God and invited people to a faith, which called for belief in unity of God and the prophet hood of Muhammad (Pbuh) himself. But, one significant fact is misunderstood by most of the people, that Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) is not the founder of Islam. Islam in fact was introduced, through Prophet Adam (Pbuh) at the time of the creation of the world, itself. Islam maintains that almighty Allah's oneness is absolute and Hadrat Muhammad (Pbuh) is his last prophet. This book discusses the existence of almighty God, according to Islam's ideology and philosophy. (jacket)
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