The Ideology Of The Believer
The Ideology Of The Believer:
In the first chapter, the writer discusses Man’s need for a dogma. He starts by introducing Man as has been described in the Holy Koran, then he lists four objections against the Darwanian theory of evolution. Finally he ends the Chapter by comparing between man as conceived of by the believers, and man as conceived of by atheists.
Before starting the second chapter he defines dogma then he elaborates on, man;s need for a dogma. After that he refutes the Marixist claim that Man created Allah, and the atheists’ claim that at our present time Man can live without belief in Allah. He ends his discussion by calling all reasonable people of the world to adopt Islam as a religion since it is the only religion that secures Man’s happiness, because it has never been changed or distorted, in contract to all other religions, which have been changed, altered, distorted and misinterpreted.
In the third chapter the writer discusses the meaning of the meaning of believing in Allah and elaboration on showing the right path in proving the existence of Allah. He discusses nature and the concepts of chance and necessity, and tells us that the atheist disbelived just to escape from obeying Allah. Finally he gives examples about the uselessness of chance and necessity.
There are 14 chapters in this book altogether.
By: Akidat Al Mo’min
Publisher: Dar El-Fiker
Pages: 397 (Hardback)
|Dimensions||25 × 17 cm|
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