Five Pillars of Islam - The central beliefs of Islam are...

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The central beliefs of Islam are Monotheism. This belief is worshiping only one God. Allah is the only God that is believed in and they believe that Allah is the only way to lead them to a proper life. Islam has been taught that humanity has weaknesses. Prophets were sent to teach and correct behavior and spiritual being. Koran and Muhammad are the perfections of God. Muslims also believe that the people will be judged from the deeds they have done. Islam believes there are four functions like creations, judgment, sustenance and guidance. Muslims are not selfish people and they believe in their inner being to guide them to do well. Making the world a better place to live in and doing good deeds is their most important guide. (Thnkquest pg.2 par.3) Some of what I have written will demonstrate connections to the “Five Pillars”. There should be no acknowledgment of any other God other than Allah and his prophet, Muhammad. A Muslim must pray five times a day and the time of the day is essential
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2009 for the course WORLD RELI humanities taught by Professor Botsko during the Summer '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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