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Ebooks-Islamic Creed: 1- Constituents of Divine Assignment
   
 
 
In the Name of Allah, The Most Gracious, Most Merciful  
 

Man is the only creature who is assigned to bear the trust. It is also a fact that man is the honored creature. Worship by definition is to know Allah first, to obey Him second and to acquire happiness by drawing close to Him (as a result of obeying Him). 
Man is the honored creature (by Allah) who is Divinely assigned to purify his Nafs. This purification needs a subjugated universe (as a guidance to know Allah), a means for this knowledge (and this means is the mind), a Fitrah which should be congruent with the rulings of the religion, motivating lusts, choices to be evaluated, and a regulating Tashree’.

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Introduction (Paragraph 1-2). Read more

Introduction (Paragraph 2-2).  Read more

المقوم الأول : الكون.

 Paragraph (1-7), The Universe  Read more
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Paragraph (2-7), The Available Hints About Reflection.  Read more
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 Paragraph (3-7) The Purpose of Reflection.  Read more
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Paragraph (4-7): How do we Read the Universe? Read more
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Paragraph (5-7) Why are Muslims Falling Short in their Life?  Read more
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Paragraph (6-7): The Ways of Reflection According to the Noble Quran  Read more
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Paragraph (7-7): Divine Signs in Life for Reflection  Read more

 

2nd Constituent: The Mind

Paragraph (1-5): The Mind.. Read more
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Paragraph (2-5):The Mission of The Mind.  Read more
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Paragraph (3-5): The Principles according to which The Mind works.  Read more
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Paragraph (4-5) Between Reasoning and the Divine Reporting.  Read more
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Paragraph (5-5): The limited nature of The Mind.  Read more

 

3rd Constituent: Fitrah (Human Nature)

Paragraph (1-5): Al-Fitrah . Read more
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 Paragraph (2-5), Fitrah and Divine Assignement. Read more
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Paragraph (3-5): Al-Fitrah and As-Sibghah . Read more
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aragraph (4-5): Al-Fitrah and Al-Tabe' (Disposition).  قراءة
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Paragraph (5-5): Some characteristics of human self. قراءة

 

4th Contituent: Tashree' (Islamic Law)

Paragraph (1-4): At-Tashree' (Islamic Law). Read more

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Paragraph (2-4): The Quran. Read more
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Paragraph (3-4): The Honorable Prophetic Sunnah. Read more
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Paragraph (4-4):Divine Method-Response. Read more

5th Constituent: .

Paragraph (1-1). Read more

6th Constituent: Freedom of Choice

aragraph (1-2): Freedom of Choice . Read more
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aragraph (2-2): Important Issues Related to Man's Free Will. Read more

7th Constituent: Time

Paragraph (1-6): Time. Read more
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Paragraph (2-6): The Value of Time According to Surat Al-Asr. Read more
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 Paragraph (3-6): Time Management. Read more
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Paragraph (4-6): Conclusion. Read more
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Paragraph (5-6): Sources and References.. Read more
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Paragraph (6-6): Table of Contents. Read more

 

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