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Faith Enough

Is Faith Enough to Be Saved in Islam?

Short Answer: Islamteaches not only that God is just, but that all humans should uphold justice, strive for justice, and do their utmost in order to establish justice in the world. It is only justice that the one who does good must get his reward; and the one who doesevil should get the punishment.Otherwise, why …

The Road to Salvation- Repentance is the Key

The Road to Salvation: Repentance is the Key

Repentance is essential for a person to lead a peaceful life. The reward of repentance is a good life close to God and covered with contentment and peace of mind. However, there are three conditions to repentance. They are, giving up the sin, feeling regret forever having committed the sin and resolving never to go back to the sin.

How Does Islam View Salvation?

How Does Islam View Salvation?

Salvation in Islam is a very different concept. While it does offer deliverance from the fire of hell, it also rejects some of the basic principles of Christianity and states clearly that salvation is attained only through submission to the Most Merciful God

Gods Chosen People

Who Are God's "Chosen People" According to Islam?

Short Answer: God’s chosen people are the people who have chosen to obey God, not some certain ethnic or religious group. The Qur’an generally says that anyone who submits himself to God will be given eternal salvation, and doesn’t explicitly forbid “non-Muslims” from Paradise. Asalamu Alaikum, Thank you for contacting About Islam with your question. …

Avoid These 5 Forms of Showing Off - About Islam

Avoid These 5 Forms of Showing Off

Some people abstain from doing good deeds fearing that they will fall into the sin of showing off. This is a mistake that leads people to lose out on a lot of virtue and many blessings. As long as your original intention is for God, then you should go forward…

The Power of Forgiveness: An Islamic Perspective - About Islam

The Power of Forgiveness: An Islamic Perspective

It is said: “to err is human and to forgive is divine.” Both parts of this statement are very true. As human beings we are responsible, but we do also make mistakes and we are constantly in need of forgiveness. Islam speaks about two elements of forgiveness: a) God’s forgiveness; b) Human forgiveness.

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