Contents: 1. Allah: Lord of the worlds (Rabbul Alamin). 2. Prophets (Anbiya) and messengers (Russul) of Allah. 3. Qur’an: the book of Allah. 4. Islam: the religion acceptable to Allah. 5. Worshipping Allah. 6. Allah: Master of the day of judgement. Endnotes. Bibliography. Index.
Today Islam is on the spotlight on the world stage when presidents; prime ministers and the ordinary people of non Muslim countries are eager to know more about Islam. There is a duty upon Muslims to project that Islam is the same religion preached by the Prophets Ibrahim (Abraham), Musa (Moses), Isa (Jesus) and Muhammad (s) who all proclaimed worshipping only Allah, for the right guidance of mankind and establishing peace and harmony in the world. Muslims need to adopt the role of the moderate community in the challenging circumstances of the twenty first century. Muslims believe that Allah pervades the life of man from the time of his birth until his soul returns to him at the time of his death.
Readers who have spent time in the study of Islam, particularly the Qur’an will find this book interesting and helpful in appreciating the transcendent position of Allah. Other readers will discover a new dimension in their perspective of Allah, creator of mankind and the universe.