Divine method and soul’s characteristics

Lesson (10-36): Elements of mandate- Human nature 2- Divine method and soul’s characteristics

- How can man's movement in life be right?

-What is the relation between Islam and human nature?
- What is the relation between faith and morals?

- What is the relation between obedience and happiness?

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Right understanding of deen

Creed- Creed and Quran Inimitability- lesson (11-36): Elements of mandate-The human nature(3): The right understanding of the Deen leads to the right behaviour

Man is a mobile creature, how could man's movement be right?

What is the importance of conceptions for man?

How can we get the right conceptions?

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Man's Characteristics before Believing in Allah.

Creed- Creed and Quran Inimitability- Lesson (12-36): Basic Factors of the Divine Assignment- Firtah-4- Man's Characteristics before Believing in Allah.

- What are man's characteristics before knowing Allah and believing in Him?

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Al-Fitrah is in accord  with the Divine Assignment

Islamic Creeed- Creed and Quran Inimitability- Lesson (13-36): The Basic Factors of Assignment- Fitrah -5- Al-Fitrah is in accord with the Divine Assignment

- Harmony between fitrah and Divine Assignment
- Human nature is inclined to goodness
- Happiness is achieved by applying the principles of Fitrah
- Psychological diseases are resulted from deviation from Fitrah

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The Difference between Al-Fitrah and AsSibghah (Attribute) and between the Divine Assignment and Man's Disposition.

Islamic Creed- Creed and Quran Inimitability- Lesson (14-36): The Constituents of the Divine Assignment – Al Fitrah (man's nature) -6- The Difference between Al-Fitrah and AsSibghah (Attribute) and between the Divine Assignment and Man's Disposition.

- The difference between Al-Fitrah and As-Sibghah
- The Divine Assignment and man's disposition

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Lusts can Become Acts of Worship Through which Man Exalts by Being Patient and Grateful to Allah.

Islamic Creed- Creed and Quran Inimitability- Lesson (15-36): The Main Factors of Divine Assignment-Lust -1- Lusts can Become Acts of Worship Through which Man Exalts by Being Patient and Grateful to Allah.

- Lust is one of the main factors of the Divine Assignment
- Allah's bestowal is not a reward and His withdrawal is not a punishment
- Types of Jihad and their importance
- The contrast between the natural disposition and the Divine Assignment

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The Constituents of the Divine Assignment – Lust-2- When Man is Overcome by His Lust- The Properties of Water.

Islamic Creed- Creed and Quran Inimitability- Lesson (16-36): The Constituents of the Divine Assignment – Lust-2- When Man is Overcome by His Lust- The Properties of Water.

- Who is the slave of lust?
- Obeying Allah guarantees man security, happiness and tranquillity
- Lusts have lawful ways to be fulfilled and there is no deprivation in Islam

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Lust-3- Probity (Al Adalah) and Self-possession (Al Dabtt)

Islamic Creed- Creed and Quran Inimitability- Lesson (17-36): Constituents of the Divine Assignment – Lust-3- Probity (Al Adalah) and Self-possession (Al Dabtt)- Foramen Ovale (Pottal opening)- The Suckling Reflex in Infants-

- Two characteristics related to lust
- Things that affect probity (Adalah)
- Important of knowing the prophetic sunnah and seeking knowledge

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The Main Factors of the Divine Assignment- Desire -4- Interpretation of Calamities- The Cow is a Complete Silent Factory.

Creed- Creed and Quran Inimitabiltiy- Lesson (18-36): The Main Factors of the Divine Assignment- Desire -4- Interpretation of Calamities- The Cow is a Complete Silent Factory.

- lusts are neutral
- Devine Observation is a kind of Mercy
- Calamities are the guarantee of the believer's safety
- Fufilling lusts according to shariah is permissible

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Pleasure and happiness

Creed- Creed and Quran Inimitability- lesson (19-36): Difference between pleasure and happiness

- What is the difference between pleasure and happiness?
- When desire turns into an objective it turns into a source of pain
- Calamities are inevitable consquences of sins
- Why don't brain cells and heart cells get replaced?

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