week 6 due date5 - that fact. The five pillars of Islam are...

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The central teachings of Islam are that of Christianity and have many tenants to which they follow and believe. The main view of the teaching is Aqidah defines six articles of belief, Belief in God (Allah), the one and only one worthy of all worship (tawhid). Belief in the Angels (mala'ika). Belief in the Books (kutub) sent by God (including the Qur'an). Belief in all the Prophets (nabi) and Messengers (rusul) sent by God, Belief in the Day of Judgment (qiyama) and in the Resurrection (life after death), Belief in Destiny (Fate) (qadar). These beliefs are those that have been past down from father to son since the time of Muhammad and his followers. The past and the present are represented in the time of the worship of their religion. The central teachings is what makes this religion one of the oldest religion is the world and its teachings are those that many can take a lesson from for the fact of the constant praise to be alive and to be grateful of
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Unformatted text preview: that fact. The five pillars of Islam are those that is said to be the commandment of the lord and it is a Muslims duty to complete the five pillars in their lifetime. The first pillar is belief and witness in the unity of god and the messages of Muhammad, the second pillar is daily prayer, meaning that the believe must pray five times a day to symbolism there commitment with god. The third pillar is zakat which is taking 1 and a half to 2 percent of their yearly income and giving it to needy Muslims, the fourth pillar is fasting, this is one of the more open one of the pillars but the only one that is obligatory is the fast during Ramadan, and the final pillar is Hajj which is the pilgrimage to Mecca the holy temple, it is a must for all Muslims to journey to the temple and walk around Ka’bah seven times to represent the continual rotation around the One by the angels and all of creation, to the seventh heaven....
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2011 for the course HUM 130 taught by Professor Georgegreaves during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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