Islamic Ideology

Islamic Ideology

This book presents Islam as a universal religion based on reason and the religious experience of the Prophets. It gives a view point that guarantees the preservation of all essential values, in the present-day conflict of ideologies. Having disposed of the question of evil in nature we come now to the evil in human life. […]

  • Khalifa Abdul Hakim
  • Institute of Islamic Culture
  • 2006
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    This book presents Islam as a universal religion based on reason and the religious experience of the Prophets. It gives a view point that guarantees the preservation of all essential values, in the present-day conflict of ideologies. Having disposed of the question of evil in nature we come now to the evil in human life. By evil we mean pain and suffering and the destruction of values. For nature only the creator is responsible and we have seen that he cannot be blamed for what he has created or for the methods he users for its maintenance and development. In nature whatever is right because other alternatives are not conceivable; no body can suggest or imagine any improvement on the laws of nature. But when we reach man the problem is lifted to another level because here human will supervenes on the working of nature. Evil, as conceived and felt by man, is of two kinds: 1. suffering caused by his own acts, 2. suffering caused by those happening for which he could not be held responsible and which are not be held responsible and which are out of his control.

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    • Khalifa Abdul Hakim
    • Institute of Islamic Culture
    • 2006
    • 10th
    • Pakistan
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