THE RELIGIOUS WORLD OF ISLAM

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THE RELIGIOUS WORLD OF ISLAM Summary Dr. Daggett’s Requirements (those who are in the checklist for Test 2) + Five articles of Islam: -Faith in the oneness of God -Faith in the angels of God -Faith in the books of God -Faith in the prophets of God -Faith in the reality of life after death + Qur’an: text that crowns the books of God. It is not like the other books (The Tora of Moses, Zaboor (Psalms) of David, Injeel (Gospel) of Jesus), a mixture of error and truth, God’s word and humanity’s. It is not, like them directed to a particular culture but to all humankind, and in a living language rather than a dead one. Its message, unlike the partial one in the other books is absolutely complete. Unlike them, it is perfectly preserved and “exists exactly as it had been revealed to the Prophet; not a word –nay, not a dot of it- has been changed. It is available in its original text and the Word of God has now been preserved for all times to come.” The Qur’an is the collection of the revelations of the Prophet set
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course BMIS 386 taught by Professor Daggett during the Fall '08 term at Harding.

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