Allah's Existence, Names, and Oneness:


Allah's Existence, Names, and Oneness:

  • Angels' Belief :

  • Qur'anic faith:

  • Prophetic Belief:

  • Faith in the Judgment Day:

  • Faith in Qader:

Allah's Existence, Names, and Oneness:

Islamists want to live a life in which they are completely obedient to Allah. Nothing can happen without Allah's approval, they believe, but humans have free will.


Muslims believe in a one, all-powerful God who is the creator of the whole universe. He possesses a wide range of qualities, 86 of which are enumerated in the Muslim holy book, the Qur'an. To name a few qualities, he is almighty, all-merciful, all-compassionate, all-fair, all-wise, omniscient and all-creator. He fathered the Prophet Adam and subsequently Eve, the first lady, as the first man and human.

Angels' Belief :

Angels are made of light and have no physical self. They do not have a free choice like humans, therefore they must obey God without question. Angels number in the millions. They lack basic human requirements such as eating and drinking. We see them, but we don't see them until God allows it. They are not God's assistants since God does not require assistance. In the viewpoint of mankind, God employs them as representatives of certain orders. Gabriel, the angel of revelation; Israfil, the angel responsible for announcing the arrival of Judgment Day; Mikail, the angel responsible for distributing sustenance among the animals; and Azrael, the angel of death, are four of the most well-known angels.

Qur'anic faith:

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God's revelation of the Qur'an to the Prophet Mohammed verse by verse through the angel Gabriel, and Mohammed's companions remembered it exactly. It was subsequently collated by the third Caliph Uthman into the current form, which has been memorised by hundreds of thousands of Muslims from beginning to end. Muslims also believe Moses received the Torah, David received the Psalms, and Jesus received the Bible (peace be upon them all).

Prophetic Belief:

When mankind went astray, God sent thousands of prophets to guide them back to the right path (we only know the names of 25 from the Qur'an). Muslims believe that Mohammed (peace be upon him) is the final prophet and that he is referenced in the gospel. Great prophets include Jesus, Moses, Abraham, Job, Solomon, Joseph, and David (peace be upon them). The Qur'an honours the Virgin Mary, and one of the Qur'an's chapters is named after her. In Islam, Jesus is said to be the son of Mary and to have had no father. It is also thought that at the end of his earthly life, God raised Jesus to the skies rather than crucifying him. Some Muslim scholars think he will return as the Messiah on the verge of Earth's destruction. Muslims hold Jesus and the Virgin Mary in high regard, and they cannot be called Muslims if they do not believe in their reality.

Faith in the Judgment Day:


Judgment Day in Quran

The Day of Judgment is when all of the corpses are revived by the sound of Israfil's trumpet. Everyone will give an account of their life on this day, exposing both good and negative acts. God will then decide who goes to heaven and who goes to hell. This final judgement can only be made by God. He can forgive all crimes, except declaring someone or something other than God to be a deity. Heaven and hell are everlasting, although people who are in hell may be transported to heaven later via God's kindness.

Faith in Qader:

Muslims believe that God, regardless of time or location, sees, hears, and knows everything. He gave humanity free choice and, via revelations in the Qur'an, the Torah, and the Bible showed mankind how to live a good life (the straight road) while warning against the route that leads one astray.


God commands mankind to abstain from sin and follow the laws and regulations laid down in the Qur'an's text. Humans, on the other hand, are free to do anything they choose, with the caveat that on the Day of Judgment, each individual will be required to give an account of his or her life.


God knows the past and the future, therefore all that has happened and will happen has already been written in advance. He knows who will spend eternity in hell and who will spend eternity in heaven. Humans, on the other hand, are free to do anything they choose. Muslims also believe that God, via His all-encompassing will, occasionally assists and governs what humans do. This is Islam's most complex topic, and it might be difficult for people to completely comprehend it at times.


Everything, beneficial or harmful, is created by God, according to Muslims, but humans are encouraged to do only good and avoid the bad.


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