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Concept of God in Major Religions - (PB) - (English)

"This book shines light on the definition of God under major religions of the world and how they percieve the Almighty. This book is a product of Islamic Book Service Pvt Ltd, which focuses on publishing Islamic Books under the light of Quran and Hadeeth (Hadees)."
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"INTRODUCTION
One of the distinguishing features of our civilisation is the presence of a large number of religions and ethical systems. Mankind has always sought to understand the reason for creation and his own place in the scheme of things.
Arnold Toynbee studied the history of man through the ages and put his findings in a monumental work consisting of ten volumes. He summarised that in the history of man, religion stood as the centre in an article in The Observer on October 24, 1954 he wrote:
""l have come back at the belief that religion holds the key to the mystery of existence,""
Religion according to the Oxford dictionary means ""belief in a superhuman controlling power especially in a personal God or gods entitled to obedience and worship.""
A common feature of all major religions is the belief in a Universal God or Supreme Divine Authority that is Omnipotent and Omniscient. Followers of all major religions believe that the God they worship is the same God for them as well as for others.
Marxism, Freudianism and other 'non-religious' beliefs tried to attack the roots of organized religion. But these in tum, developed into belief systems themselves. For instance, when communism was many countries of the world it was preached with the same commitment and fervour that characterizes preaching and propagation of (Characterises the act of preaching) religions.
Thus religion is an integral part of human existence. The Glorious Quran says in the following verse:
""Say: 'O People of the Book!' Come to common terms as between us and you: That we worship none but Allah; That we associate no partners with him: that we erect not, from among ourselves, Lords and patrons other than Allah.' If then they turn back. Say ye: 'Bear witness that we (at least) are Muslims (bowing to Allah's Will).""
/ The Holy Quran 3:64/
The study of various religions has been an extremely rewarding experience to me. lt has reaffirmed the belief that God created every human soul with some knowledge of His existence. The psychological constitution of man is such that he accepts the existence of the Creator, unless he has been conditioned to believe the contrary. In other words, belief in God requires no condition, while a rejection of God does.
"

"INTRODUCTION
One of the distinguishing features of our civilisation is the presence of a large number of religions and ethical systems. Mankind has always sought to understand the reason for creation and his own place in the scheme of things.
Arnold Toynbee studied the history of man through the ages and put his findings in a monumental work consisting of ten volumes. He summarised that in the history of man, religion stood as the centre in an article in The Observer on October 24, 1954 he wrote:
""l have come back at the belief that religion holds the key to the mystery of existence,""
Religion according to the Oxford dictionary means ""belief in a superhuman controlling power especially in a personal God or gods entitled to obedience and worship.""
A common feature of all major religions is the belief in a Universal God or Supreme Divine Authority that is Omnipotent and Omniscient. Followers of all major religions believe that the God they worship is the same God for them as well as for others.
Marxism, Freudianism and other 'non-religious' beliefs tried to attack the roots of organized religion. But these in tum, developed into belief systems themselves. For instance, when communism was many countries of the world it was preached with the same commitment and fervour that characterizes preaching and propagation of (Characterises the act of preaching) religions.
Thus religion is an integral part of human existence. The Glorious Quran says in the following verse:
""Say: 'O People of the Book!' Come to common terms as between us and you: That we worship none but Allah; That we associate no partners with him: that we erect not, from among ourselves, Lords and patrons other than Allah.' If then they turn back. Say ye: 'Bear witness that we (at least) are Muslims (bowing to Allah's Will).""
/ The Holy Quran 3:64/
The study of various religions has been an extremely rewarding experience to me. lt has reaffirmed the belief that God created every human soul with some knowledge of His existence. The psychological constitution of man is such that he accepts the existence of the Creator, unless he has been conditioned to believe the contrary. In other words, belief in God requires no condition, while a rejection of God does.
"

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Author Dr.Zakir Naik
ISBN 9788172319290
Binding Paper Back
Pages 1-44
Printing 1 Col.
Weight (kgs) 0.070
Size (cm) 22cm X 14cm

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