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Pillars' of Islam 1 Pillars of Islam Dana Dutch Axia College of University of Phoenix Hum 130 June 13 2010
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Pillars' of Islam 2 Mankind and the universe were not created by accident or chance, but according to the plan of the Creator, who is known as Allah (the one God) in Islam. The Qur'an states that it is the duty of all individuals to learn about Allah and to live according to His will. As we cannot accomplish this be ourselves, Allah has sent messengers and prophets to guide humanity All of these chosen individuals have brought the same message and have served as examples to their people of how Allah desires all human beings to live. Through these selected people, we have been told why mankind was created, what will happen to us after death, and what Allah expects of us. But most importantly, we have been told that Allah is unique-He has no partners, no sons or daughters, and no competitors, as so many other man-made religious systems have postulated. This message always remains the same, whereas the laws laid down for a particular might show
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2010 for the course ETH 125 ETH125 taught by Professor Dan during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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