Islamic Teachings

About Islamic Teachings:

This program, for Dr. Jamal Badawi, contains about 176 acoustical hours that discuss 12 main subjects. Such subjects give you everything concerning Islam in a very big tree of items and nodes.

Through this program, you have a real chance to understand Islam. In the very beginning, you'll know: What Monotheism means, how to believe in Allah, Prophets, angles, what's after death, etc.

Then, you'll get to understand the systems the Creator set for all human beings: The moral and social system, the economic system, the political system, etc. Finally, there are so many misunderstood concepts about Islam you'll be so close to discuss and understand. "Islamic Teachings" is, indeed, your key to discover Islam.

Every Muslim is an Arab and every Arab is a Muslim?

The image of a Muslim being an Arab in long flowing robes on a camel or horse riding in the desert is a kind of stereotype that seems to have been deliberately propagated by the media. Even some of the more respectable writers somehow imply this kind of stereotype. Indeed you’d be surprise to know that Arab Muslims constitute a small minority among Muslims. In other words, Muslims, who are Arab, make up nearly fifteen percent, that’s almost 1/7th, of the total (Muslim) world population. In fact, the reverse is also true: not every Arab is a Muslim. There are many Christian and Jewish Arabs who have been living for generations and generations in Arab countries.

So this is a false stereotype that is normally associated with everything from Poppy the Sailor Man to cartoons and papers. It’s not a true picture; indeed the total Muslim world population is over one billion. There are various estimates some of which are underestimated. One recent issue of the Time magazine estimated the total Muslims all over the world at 750 million; there are other studies that show that they are closer to one billion Muslims worldwide. In any case, that would place it as the largest universal faith on earth or at least a close second because according to the same Time issue estimated the total number of followers of Christianity, with various sects like Protestantism, Catholicism, Eastern Orthodox and all others, combined at 985 million. This makes Islam the second largest religion worldwide. It’s a universal religion rather than something that is connected wit Arabs alone.

Most people would think of Muslims, if not only limited to the Arabs, as mainly concentrated in African or Asian countries. Of course, combine Asia and Africa, there should be close to 700 million Muslims and definitely this is the largest concentration. However, on the other hand there are also many places outside of Asia and Africa with a Muslim majority. For example, in Europe: Turkey is close to 98% Muslim. Albania, which is now under Communist occupation is estimated, according to the Time Magazine -some would place a higher estimate- at 70% Muslim. There have been several reports, relatively recent, (showing) on Europe as a whole on the continental level that Muslims constitute the second largest religion or faith followed there.

Besides this of course, and this might explain the discrepancies between the estimates, there are many places where Muslims constitute a substantial minority. In Russia, for example, after the Russian invasion of Afghanistan, many questions have been raised about the effect of that Islamic revival on the Muslim population under Russian occupation, which are estimated now at about 50 million Muslims. That’s almost 25% of the total Soviet Union. In China, there are at least 20 million, perhaps more than that. In India, even though Muslims are a minority, they’re a substantial minority of about 80 million. In addition, of course to Muslim presence in considerable minorities in places like the Philippines, in North America (even to some extent there is a presence which is growing), and many other places in the world. In fact, to show the universality of Islam as a universal faith there are at least 120 different countries worldwide, which have Muslims as either a minority or a majority. In roughly 57 countries, Muslims constitute the majority of the population. In conclusion, not ever Muslim is an Arab and not every Arab is a Muslim.

Islam, just another religion?

Sacred vs. Secular

The concept of sacred vs. secular is something that stems largely in western thinking. When mentioning the word ‘religion’, most people living in the West would automatically associate it with the ritualistic or spiritual aspect of life: just acts of worship. With this in mind, there seems to be an implication that life is compartmentalized into two major components. One component is sacred or religious while the other is secular. The religious part concerns itself mainly with the spiritual and moral aspects of life and the personal relationship between the person and the Creator. While the secular aspect is everything that does not fall within the boundaries of this very limited definition of what religion is. As such, religion does not really play a very significant role as a regulatory force in the social, economic, or political life of the individual.

Muslims found this kind of dichotomy unacceptable and quite inconsistent with the nature of Islam as Muslims understand it. There are three basic reasons for this. On the etymological level, the word ‘religion’ and its meaning as found in most western dictionaries has the Arabic equivalent of the word ‘millah’. Millah means simply something that is limited and ritualistic. The actual word used for ‘religion’ as a broader term is ‘deen’ in Arabic, which means ‘a way’ or ‘a way of life.’ There is no single English term or word that would convey the total meaning of ‘deen.’ The use of the term ‘religion’ to refer to Islam is because of its connotative meaning in the minds of most Western audiences.

However, it is more accurate to use multiple words to convey the meaning of deen: ‘a way of life’ and so is total guidance in life. This does not allow for compartmentalization of life; there is no separation between the religious and the secular or the sacred and the secular. You can worship God by following his commands and way of life in your socio-economic-political life that people call secular and you can also conduct the so called secular activities according to the injunctions and broad guidance that is provided by the revelation.

The second major area that can reflect on this dichotomy is that historically speaking the development of Muslim civilization has been quite different than what occurred in the West. For example, in the case of Islam, the more people were sincere in the application of their faith in the various facets of their life the more they had material progress in civilization and prosperity. However, the more they deviated from the teachings of their faith the more they became ‘backwards.’ In other words, there was a complete harmonious correspondence between following the precepts of the faith as a total way of life and progress in civilization. This stands in contrast to what happened for example in Europe where the trend actually was reversed- exactly the opposite. That’s why it is very important for students of Islam, especially if they don’t have the Islamic background or they don’t really have the commitment, not to try to interpret Islam and put it in the western frame of reference. They have to interpret Islam as it is. So the idea of separation of church and state is totally irrelevant in the mind of the Muslim all together.

Mohammedanism

As one scholar put it ‘The misunderstanding of Islam starts with its very name.’ Mohammedanism is not an alternative name for Islam. In fact, it is regarded as an offensive and improper title to the Muslims no matter how widespread. This includes the various derivatives of the word such as referring to Muslims as ‘Mohammedans’ instead of ‘Muslims.’ There are four basic reasons for this. First of all, there is absolutely no basis whatsoever of the term ‘Mohammedanism’ as derived let’s say from the scriptures of Islam or the sayings of the prophet or the name even used by Muslims. They never referred to themselves as that so the title is baseless.

The tendency to use Mohammedanism tends to replace it with the more authentic title (by authentic I mean the title which is given) the name of the religion or the faith is given in the scriptures of Islam, it is given in the Qur’an (i.e. ‘Muslims’) and the prophet of Islam used it. For over the 1400 years in the history of Islam, Muslims have been using the term Islam rather than Mohammedanism. This is another reason; why replace the authentic term with some alien term that comes from a different frame of mind?

A third reason, when using the term ‘Mohammedanism,’ is it’s given the fact that many other faiths in the world also derive their names from people who are regarded as their founders. It also gives a false impression either that Mohammed is worshipped by Muslims, if compared, for example, with the title Christianity, or that Islam has a person at its center and not a principal. So the term implies that this religion is not derived from God himself but founded by Mohammed like Buddhism for instance. In fact some of the references there is the tendency to say that ‘Mohammed founded Islam’ or that ‘Islam was founded in the 7th century by a man called Mohammed’. This to Muslims is a very inaccurate and an offensive way of looking at Islam because it depicts a great prophet as an impostor. Prophet Mohammed has indicated that what he is teaching is a revelation that he received from God. To say that he founded Islam is like saying someone sat down and concocted some existing revelation and then goes and tells the people ‘Here I come. I am a prophet of God.’

Muslims believe that the founder of Islam is God himself. Islam is the direct revelation just as God has given his word and his previous revelations to the prophets before Mohammed.

The fourth and final reason is the use of the term Mohammedanism seems to undermine the universality of Islam. I have referred briefly on this universality when talking about the Muslim population that extends all the way from Indonesia to Morocco to Europe and to South Africa. By using or relating Islam specifically to one person as if only the followers of Mohammed or people like I said who are affiliated by the stereotype ‘Arab’ are the Muslims. Whereas, to the Muslim, Islam is the same basic doctrine preached by all prophets throughout history except that Mohammed is believed to be the last prophet and messenger of God and he came with the universal message to humanity in its entirety.

Define the Word ‘Islam’

Etymologically speaking, Islam is a term that connotates two things or is derived from two meanings. The first is ‘salam’ which simply means peace. The other is ‘submission’ in a sense of conscious willing submission to the Will of God. In fact the two meanings are not dissimilar because putting both roots together it follows that Islam is the attainment of peace through voluntary submission to the will of God. In that sense, when we’re talking about peace here we’re talking of both internal peace within the individual and peace without. It is important to indicate here that when we’re talking about willing submission that we’re talking about the submission, which is not just lip service but rather a submission that manifests itself in the actual life and deeds and actions of the individual. In other words, it manifests itself in the love of God and in following the commands and commandments and injunctions that have been given by Him.

You can say that Islam, among all the other faiths that I’m familiar with, is the only one that has a clearly attributive type of title. A title that summarizes its nature to the point you can almost summarize the whole faith into one word. Which is uncommon in the names of many other faiths, which include names given by outsiders rather than the original names. Many other faiths’ names, especially the larger major faiths, are often derived from a name of a person who was believed to be the preacher or derived from a particular locality and geographic limitation whereas the nature of Islam is a lot more universal as the total and complete message to the entirety of mankind. In conclusion, the word Islam is the proper term to use.

Who is a Muslim?

This can be defined on different levels. In one sense, if Islam is taken as the exact term ‘submission,’ then there are many creatures, animate and inanimate, that are regarded as Muslim in the sense of submitting themselves to the Will of God. Even a person who is defying the law of God and is defying the teachings of God, in a way, is submitting to God in one level at least so far in the biological function and other various aspects of his or her life that are beyond his or her control. In other words, etymologically strictly speaking you can say that the sun, the moon, the oceans, the vegetation are Muslim that they submit to the laws which are devised by God in nature. So you can say the whole universe willingly or unwillingly submit to the laws of God.

On the second level, and this is perhaps the more important one, the submission must be a willing submission and commitment that the individual makes. This means that there are aspects in our lives as individuals that we have some control over; we have free will in choosing whether or not to do things following the moral laws or the obedience to the commands and guidance of the Creator. If the person willingly submits to God in this sphere of life where he/she has a choice then there will be total harmony between compulsory submission and voluntary submission. In a sense, when any person throughout history has to the best of his or her ability searched for the truth and then submitted his or her will to the Will of God- he or she can be regarded as a Muslim.

Of course from the jurisprudence point of view, if you’re talking about today’s definition of a Muslim within the limitations we can say then that a Muslim is a person who believes in all prophets and messengers that were sent by God throughout history including the last of them Prophet Mohammed and is a person who accepts the last revealed scripture, the Qur’an as the basic guiding aspect in the life of the person.

Indeed many might not realize the fact that the way Islam regards others’ faith as developments, stages, or links in the same faith. A Muslim does not resort to the term religions in the plural state. In fact, the Qur’an indicates that the true faith throughout history even before Mohammed was born is Islam in the sense of submission to the Will of God as we have defined it earlier. There may have been some differences in the legislative aspects of the very specific detailed teachings of the previous prophets in history but the Qur’an indicates that the true faith from the very beginning from Adam down to Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and finally Mohammed is basically Islam. To quote from the Qur’an, there is a verse that says, ‘The true faith (or the true way) in the sight of God is Islam.’ Another verse says, ‘That whoever seeks any path other than Islam (in a sense of submission to the will of God) will not be accepted from Him and he will be a looser in the Day of Judgment.’

We also read in the Qur’an instructions for the Prophet Mohammed to tell the people. It says, ‘Say O Mohammed (to the people), I am not an innovator of a new concocted doctrine among the messengers.’

So like links, the previous basic truths that God had revealed to the previous prophets have finally been culminated in the most complete form in the message of prophet Mohammed. So on the basis of that it is no surprise that the Qur’an uses even the exact term ‘Muslim’ to refer not only to the previous prophets but to those who sincerely followed that path.

In chapter 10 verse 84 in the Qur’an prophet Noah is quoted as saying to his people, ‘I have been commanded to be of those who are Muslims.’ The exact word ‘Muslim’ is used here that is of those who submit to God’s will.

Chapter 2 verse 128, quots both Abraham and Ishmael, the Qur’an says, ‘Abraham! Abraham! (Ishmael says) Oh our lord make us Muslims bowing to your will and also of our progeny people who are Muslims to your will.’

In chapter 112 verse 101, Prophet Joseph is quoted as saying ‘Creator of the heavens and the earth you are my protector in this world and in the hereafter. Take my soul as this as a Muslim (or one submitting to your will) and unite me with the righteous.’

In chapter 10 verse 84, Moses is quoted as saying, ‘O my people, if you do really believe in God then in Him put your trust if you are Muslims.’

Finally, in chapter 5 verse 112, it says, ‘And behold! I (God) inspired the disciple of Jesus to have faith in Me and My apostle. They said, ‘We have faith and do you bare witness that we bow to God as Muslims’.’

In other words, the monumental evidence that you can find in the Qur’an makes it quite clear that the title ‘Muslim’ is something that goes much farther back prior to Prophet Mohammed and so through Prophet Mohammed the total message of Islam or divine revelation that has been given to previous prophets has finally come to full culmination.

This relates even to one of the very common misconceptions when some people start saying, ‘Oh look some of the teachings of the Qur’an are similar to the bible. Oh Mohammed must have copied them from the bible.’ And they forget that the bible and the Old Testament and the New Testament, the Qur’an and any other scriptures reveled are coming from the same source. Instead of admitting the concept of revelation, which is accepted at least with the people who are religious, they instead turn to the idea that the teachings are copied or plagiarized.

Relevance in the contemporary world

First of all, by developing this more universal approach or universal brotherhood if you will, we can demolish the world of prejudice, fanaticism, intolerance and particularly stereotype as it relates to Islam and as it exists in the minds of people specifically in the Western World. When Islam is considered something strange, a personality cult, or a weird religion when in truth it is just at the heart of basic divine revelation in history.

Secondly by believing that all prophets are Muslims, this establishes the fact that prophets throughout history Abraham, Moses, Jesus, are brothers and not really competing with each other for the souls of the people. They are all conveying the same extensible message of God. It follows from that that those who claim to be sincere followers of those prophets must realize then that in order to follow sincerely they must also be brothers- they must break through the walls that divide them. Yes they have differences but the Qur’an says that if God had willed it He could have made all the people follow one religion. But within this level of tolerance and universal brotherhood, people can talk and have dialogue about their particular differences in the interpretation of the divine revelation but this tolerance points again to the basic human brotherhood and the brotherhood of all prophets and their followers.

Volume 6 : Moral Teachings of Islam
# Title
6.1 Moral Teachings in Islam- Main Ethical Questions
6.2 Moral Teachings of Islam- Foundations of Islamic Ethics
6.3 Moral Teachings of Islam- Human Nature in Islam
6.4 Moral Teachings of Islam- Muslim View of the Universe
6.5 Moral Teachings of Islam- Characteristics of Islamic Moral Code
6.6 Moral Teachings of Islam- The Lawful & Unlawful
6.7 Moral Teachings of Islam- Prohibitions to Protect Faith & Life
6.8 Moral Teachings of Islam- Diet: General
6.9 Moral Teachings of Islam- Diet: Pork (Religious Aspects)
6.10 Moral Teachings of Islam- Diet: Pork (Medical Aspects)
6.11 Moral Teachings of Islam- Diet: Ingredients
6.12 Moral Teachings of Islam- Diet: Intoxicants
6.13 Moral Teachings of Islam- Diet: Intoxicants Continued
6.14 Moral Teachings of Islam- Diet: Other Issues
6.15 Moral Teachings of Islam- Prohibitions to Protect Honor: General
6.16 Moral Teachings of Islam- Sexual Morality
6.17 Moral Teachings of Islam- Modesty & Dress Code
6.18 Moral Teachings of Islam- Dress Code Continued
6.19 Moral Teachings of Islam- Beautification & Behavior
6.20 Moral Teachings of Islam- Prohibition to Safeguard Property
6.21 Moral Teachings of Islam- Moral Virtues: Taqwa
6.22 Moral Teachings of Islam- Purity of Intentions
6.23 Moral Teachings of Islam- Trustworthiness
6.24 Moral Teachings of Islam- Truthfulness
6.25 Moral Teachings of Islam- Humility & Dignity
6.26 Moral Teachings of Islam- Compassion
6.27 Moral Teachings of Islam- Forgiveness & Purity of Heart
6.28 Moral Teachings of Islam- Perseverance
6.29 Moral Teachings of Islam- Responsibility of Words
6.30 Moral Teachings of Islam- Moderation & Generosity
Volume 7 : Social System of Islam
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7.1 Social System of Islam- Human Brotherhood & Equality I
7.2 Social System of Islam- Human Brotherhood & Equality II
7.3 Social System of Islam- Human Brotherhood & Equality III
7.4 Social System of Islam- Brotherhood of Faith
7.5 Social System of Islam- Social Relations & Choice of Friends
7.6 Social System of Islam- Social Responsibility I
7.7 Social System of Islam- Social Responsibility II
7.8 Social System of Islam- Emancipation of “Slaves” I
7.9 Social System of Islam- Emancipation of “Slaves” II
7.10 Social System of Islam- Place of Family in Islam
7.11 Social System of Islam- Position of Women in Ancient Civilization
7.12 Social System of Islam- Women in Judaeo-Christian & Muslim Scriptures I
7.13 Social System of Islam- Women in Judaeo-Christian & Muslim Scriptures II
7.14 Social System of Islam- Position of Women in Islam (Spiritual Aspect)
7.15 Social System of Islam- Position of Women in Islam (Economic Aspect)
7.16 Social System of Islam- Position of Women in Islam (Social Aspect)
7.17 Social System of Islam- Position of Women in Islam (Political Aspect I)
7.18 Social System of Islam- Position of Women in Islam (Political Aspect II)
7.19 Social System of Islam- Muslim Women in History I
7.20 Social System of Islam- Muslim Women in History II
7.21 Social System of Islam- Muslim Women in History III
7.22 Social System of Islam- Muslim Women in Recent History
7.23 Social System of Islam- Muslim Women in Contemporary History
7.24 Social System of Islam- Islam’s View of Sex
7.25 Social System of Islam- Selection of Spouse & Engagement
7.26 Social System of Islam- 7.26 Engagement Continued
7.27 Social System of Islam- Marriage Laws in Islam I (Forbidden Categories)
7.28 Social System of Islam- Marriage Laws in Islam II (Validity of Marriage)
7.29 Social System of Islam- Marriage Laws in Islam III (Marriage Contract)
7.30 Social System of Islam- Marriage Laws in Islam IV (Marriage Contract)
7.31 Social System of Islam- Polygamy in Islamic Law I (Historical Perspectives)
7.32 Social System of Islam- Polygamy in Islamic Las II (Historical Perspectives)
7.33 Social System of Islam- Polygamy in Islamic Law III (Historical Perspectives)
7.34 Social System of Islam- Polygamy in Islamic Law IV (Hystocial Perspectives)
7.35 Social System of Islam- Polygamy in Islamic Law V (Historical Perspectives)
7.36 Social System of Islam- Marital Relations I (Wife’s Rights)
7.37 Social System of Islam- Marital Relations II (Wife’s Rights)
7.38 Social System of Islam- Marital Relations III (Related Issues)
7.39 Social System of Islam- Marital Relations IV (Husband’s Rights)
7.40 Marital Relations V (Husband’s Rights)
7.41 Social System of Islam- Marital Relations & Children’s Rights
7.42 Social System ofIslam- Rights of Parents
7.43 Social System of Islam- Rights of Relatives
7.44 Social System of Islam- Marital Problems
7.45 Social System of Islam- Dissolution of Marriage I
7.46 Social System of Islam- Dissolution of Marriage II
Volume 10 : The Qur'an the Ultimate Miracle
# Title
10.1 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 1 – Introduction
10.2 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 2 – Source Of The Quran 01 Internal Evidence
10.3 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 3 – Source Of The Quran 02 Impossibility Of Muhammads Authorship
10.4 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 4 – Source Of The Quran 03 Absence Of Personal Motives
10.5 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 5 – Source Of The Quran 04 Epilepsy Unscientific Explanation
10.6 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 6 – Source Of The Quran 05 Religious Illusions
10.7 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 7 – Source Of The Quran 06 Religious Illusions Cont
10.8 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 8 – Source Of The Quran 07 Learning From Others
10.9 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 9 – Source Of The Quran 08 Borrowing From The Bible 1
10.10 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 10 – Source Of The Quran 09 Borrowing From The Bible 2
10.11 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 11 – Source Of The Quran 10 Borrowing From The Bible 3
10.12 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 12 – Source Of The Quran 11 Borrowing From The Bible 4
10.13
The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 13 – The Quran And Modern Sciences 01 Reservations Comparisons
10.14 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 14 – The Quran And Modern Sciences 02 Comparisons With The Bible
10.15 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 15 – The Quran And Modern Sciences 03 Water Cycle
10.16 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 16 – The Quran And Modern Sciences 04 The Universe
10.17 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 17 – The Quran And Modern Sciences 05 Astronomy
10.18 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 18 – The Quran And Modern Sciences 06 Geology Botany Zoology
10.19 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 19 – The Quran And Modern Sciences 07 Human Reproduction 1
10.20 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 20 – The Quran And Modern Sciences 08 Human Reproduction 2
10.21 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 21 – The Quran And Modern Sciences 09 Human Reproduction 3
10.22 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 22 – The Quran And Modern Sciences 10 Human Reproduction 4
10.23 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 23 – The Quran And Modern Sciences 11 Human Reproduction 5
10.24 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 24 – Linguistic Miracle Of The Quran 1 Perpetual Challenge
10.25 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 25 – Linguistic Miracle Of The Quran 2 Beyond Human Capacity
10.26 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 26 – Linguistic Miracle Of The Quran 3 Unique Characteristics
10.27 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 27 – Linguistic Miracle Of The Quran 4 Specific Examples
10.28 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 28 – Linguistic Miracle Of The Quran 5 The Flow Of Meaning
10.29 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 29 – Did The Quran Pre Exist Before Its Revelation 1
10.30 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 30 – Did The Quran Pre Exist Before Its Revelation 2
10.31 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 31 – Did The Quran Pre Exist Before Its Revelation 3
10.32 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 32 – Contents Of The Quran Manifestation Of Its Source
10.33 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 33 – Introduction
10.34 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 34 – Early Preservation
10.35 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 35 – Early Compilation
10.36 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 36 – Early Copies Othmaans Time
10.37 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 37 – Support Of Othmaans Decision
10.38 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 38 – Nothing Lost Or Dropped
10.39 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 39 – Baseless Claims In Al Kafi
10.40 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 40 – Piecemeal Revelation
10.41 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 41 – Arrangement Of The Quran
10.42 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 42 – Bases Of Arrangement
10.43 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 43 – Discussion Of Objections
10.44 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 44 – Connection Between Surahs 1
10.45 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 45 – Connection Between Surahs 2
10.46 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 46 – Connection Between Surahs 3
10.47 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 47 – Connection Between Surahs 4
10.48 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 48 – Connection Between Surahs 5
10.49
The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 49 – Connection Between Surahs 6
10.50 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 50 – Translation 1 Difficulties
10.51 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 51 – Translation 2 Major Errors
10.52 The Quran – Ultimate Miracle 52 – Translation 3 Additional Errors
Volume 12 : Jesus: Beloved Messenger Of Allah
# Title
12.1 Jesus 1 – Jesus P In Islam 1 Introduction
12.2 Jesus 2 – Jesus P In Islam 2 Birth Of Jesus P
12.3 Jesus 3 – Jesus P In Islam 3 His Nature
12.4 Jesus 4 – Jesus P In Islam 4 His Nature And Mission
12.5 Jesus 5 – Jesus P In Islam 5 End Of Jesus Mission
12.6 Jesus 6 – Jesus P In Islam 6 Ascention And Return Of Jesus P
12.7 Jesus 7 – Jesus P In Islam 7 The Second Coming Of Jesus P
12.8 Jesus 8 – Jesus P In Islam 8 The Second Coming Of Jesus P Cont
12.9 Jesus 9 – Comparative Christology 1 Methodology
12.10 Jesus 10 – Comparative Christology 2 The Quran Deification
12.11 Jesus 11 – Did Jesus P Claim Divinity 1 Approach Of Study
12.12 Jesus 12 – Did Jesus P Claim Divinity 2 Claims Attributed To Jesus P
12.13 Jesus 13 – Did Jesus P Claim Divinity 3 More On Claims
12.14 Jesus 14 – Did Jesus P Claim Divinity 4 Titles Of Jesus
12.15 Jesus 15 – Did Jesus P Claim Divinity 5 Other Claims
12.16 Jesus 16 – Did Jesus P Claim Divinity 6 Jesus P Denies Godhood
12.17
Jesus 17 – Did Jesus P Claim Divinity 7 Responses To Objections
12.18 Jesus 18 – Miracles And Divinity Biblical Parallels
12.19 Jesus 19 – Deification Of Jesus Its Evolution 1 No Basis For Trinity
12.20 Jesus 20 – Deification Of Jesus Its Evolution 2 Disciples And Paul
12.21 Jesus 21 – Deification Of Jesus Its Evolution 3 Pauls Role
12.22 Jesus 22 – Deification Of Jesus Its Evolution 4 Early Unitarians
12.23 Jesus 23 – Deification Of Jesus Its Evolution 5 Early Unitarians Cont
12.24 Jesus 24 – Deification Of Jesus Its Evolution 6 The Council Of Nicaea 325
12.25 Jesus 25 – Deification Of Jesus Its Evolution 7 Other Major Councils
12.26 Jesus 26 – Deification Of Jesus Its Evolution 8 Later Councils
12.27 Jesus 27 – Later Unitarians 1 Servetus
12.28 Jesus 28 – Later Unitarians 2 Francis David
12.29 Jesus 29 – Later Unitarians 3 Sozini And Socianus
12.30 Jesus 30 – Later Unitarians 4 John Briddle
12.31 Jesus 31 – Later Unitarians 5 Emlyn And Lindsey
12.32 Jesus 32 – Later Unitarians 6 Joseph Priestly
12.33 Jesus 33 – Later Unitarians 7 William Channing
12.34 Jesus 34 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 01 The Question Of The Trinity 1
12.35 Jesus 35 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 02 The Question Of The Trinity 2
12.36 Jesus 36 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 03 Sin Atonement 1
12.37 Jesus 37 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 04 Sin Atonement 2
12.38 Jesus 38 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 05 Sin Atonement 3
12.39 Jesus 39 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 06 Sin Atonement 4
12.40 Jesus 40 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 07 Sin Atonement 5
12.41 Jesus 41 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 08 Sin Atonement 6
12.42 Jesus 42 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 09 Crucifixion 1
12.43 Jesus 43 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 10 Crucifixion 2
12.44 Jesus 44 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 11 Crucifixion 3
12.45 Jesus 45 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 12 Crucifixion 4
12.46 Jesus 46 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 13 Crucifixion 5
12.47 Jesus 47 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 14 Crucifixion 6
12.48 Jesus 48 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 15 Crucifixion 7
12.49 Jesus 49 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 16 Crucifixion 8
12.50 Jesus 50 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 17 Resurrection 1
12.51 Jesus 51 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 18 Resurrection 2
12.52 Jesus 52 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 19 Resurrection 3
12.53 Jesus 53 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 20 Roots Of God Incarnate 1
12.54 Jesus 54 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 21 Roots Of God Incarnate 2
12.55 Jesus 55 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 22 Roots Of God Incarnate 3
12.56 Jesus 56 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 23 Roots Of God Incarnate 4
12.57 Jesus 57 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 24 Roots Of God Incarnate 5
12.58 Jesus 58 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 25 Roots Of God Incarnate 6
12.59 Jesus 59 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 26 Roots Of God Incarnate 7
12.60 Jesus 60 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 27 Roots Of God Incarnate 8
12.61 Jesus 61 – Trinity Atonement Blood Sacrifice 28 The Islamic Perspective
12.62 Jesus 62 – The Question Of Mystery
12.63 Jesus 63 – Authority Authenticity Of Scriptures 1
12.64 Jesus 64 – Authority Authenticity Of Scriptures 2
Volume 13 : Muhammad (P) The Last Messenger Of Allah
# Title
13.1 Muhammad 1 – Muhammad P Abrahamic Tree 01 Introduction
13.2 Muhammad 2 – Muhammad P Abrahamic Tree 02 Paran Bacca And Ishmael
13.3 Muhammad 3 – Muhammad P Abrahamic Tree 03 Attempts To Exclude Ishmael
13.4 Muhammad 4 – Muhammad P Abrahamic Tree 04 Moses Prophecy About Muhammad P
13.5 Muhammad 5 – Muhammad P Abrahamic Tree 05 Isaiahs Prophecies
13.6 Muhammad 6 – Muhammad P Abrahamic Tree 06 Isaiahs And Johns
13.7 Muhammad 7 – Muhammad P Abrahamic Tree 07 Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 1
13.8 Muhammad 8 – Muhammad P Abrahamic Tree 08 Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 2
13.9 Muhammad 9 – Muhammad P Abrahamic Tree 09 Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 3
13.10 Muhammad 10 – Muhammad P Abrahamic Tree 10 Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 4
13.11 Muhammad 11 – Muhammad P Abrahamic Tree 11 Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 5
13.12 Muhammad 12 – Muhammad P Abrahamic Tree 12 Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 6
13.13 Muhammad 13 – Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 7 The Gospel Of Barnabas
13.14 Muhammad 14 – Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 8 Barnabas On The Crucifiction Of Judas
13.15 Muhammad 15 – Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 9 Jesus P Appears To Disciples
13.16 Muhammad 16 – Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 10 Objections To Barnabas Gospel Responses
13.17
Muhammad 17 – Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 11 Antiquity Of Barnabas Gospel
13.18 Muhammad 18 – Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 12 Essenic Terminology In Barnabas
13.19 Muhammad 19 – Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 13 Authenticity Of The Gospel Of Barnabas
13.20 Muhammad 20 – Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 14 Barnabas And Christology
13.21 Muhammad 21 – Jesus P On The Coming Of Muhammad P 15 Higgins Work
13.22 Muhammad 22 – Muhammad P In Ancient Scriptures 1 Zoroastrian Buddhist Scriptures
13.23 Muhammad 23 – Muhammad P In Ancient Scriptures 2 Prophecies In Hindu Scriptures
13.24 Muhammad 24 – Methodology Of Studying Seerah 1 Introduction
13.25 Muhammad 25 – Methodology Of Studying Seerah 2 Problems With Orientalism
13.26 Muhammad 26 – Methodology Of Studying Seerah 3 Problems With Some Muslim Writers
13.27 Muhammad 27 – Methodology Of Studying Seerah 4 Problems With Haykals Approach 1
13.28 Muhammad 28 – Methodology Of Studying Seerah 5 Problems With Haykals Approach 2
13.29 Muhammad 29 – Methodology Of Studying Seerah 6 Sources Of Seerah 1
13.30 Muhammad 30 – Methodology Of Studying Seerah 7 Sources Of Seerah 2
13.31 Muhammad 31 – The World At The Advent Of Muhammad P 1 The Two Superpowers
13.32 Muhammad 32 – The World At The Advent Of Muhammad P 2 Europe And Arabia
13.33 Muhammad 33 – Anticipation Signs
13.34 Muhammad 34 – Birth And Early Childhood 1
13.35 Muhammad 35 – Birth And Early Childhood 2
13.36 Muhammad 36 – Birth And Early Childhood 3
13.37 Muhammad 37 – Birth And Early Childhood 4
13.38 Muhammad 38 – His Youth 1
13.39 Muhammad 39 – His Youth 2
13.40 Muhammad 40 – Marriage To Khadijah
13.41
Muhammad 41 – Life In His Household
13.42 Muhammad 42 – Prophets Marriages 1
13.43 Muhammad 43 – Prophets Marriages 2
13.44 Muhammad 44 – Prophets Marriages 3
13.45 Muhammad 45 – Prophets Marriages 4
13.46 Muhammad 46 – Prophets Marriages 5
13.47 Muhammad 47 – Prophets Marriages 6
13.48 Muhammad 48 – Prophets Marriages 7
13.49 Muhammad 49 – Prophets Marriages 8
13.50 Muhammad 50 – Prophets Marriages 9
13.51 Muhammad 51 – Between Marriage And The Call 1
13.52 Muhammad 52 – Between Marriage And The Call 2
13.53 Muhammad 53 – The Call To Prophethood
13.54 Muhammad 54 – Early Revelations
13.55 Muhammad 55 – The Claim To Prophethood 1
13.56 Muhammad 56 – The Claim To Prophethood 2
13.57 Muhammad 57 – The Early Meccan Period 1
13.58 Muhammad 58 – The Early Meccan Period 2
13.59 Muhammad 61 – Containment Of Islam
13.60 Muhammad 62 – Persecution 1
13.61 Muhammad 63 – Persecution 2
13.62 Muhammad 64 – Offers Temptations