Exploring the story of Jonahas through the Bible and and Qur’an.
Tag - Sin
Various religions present different ways of attaining salvation from sins, but which path truly leads to salvation?
This article explores the prediction of John the Baptist(as) that there would be a prophet after him who would baptise with the Holy Spirit, and analyses the...
How God forgives a person who repents and seeks forgiveness from his sins.
An in-depth exposition of the philosophy of morals, the concept of sin and virtue and how ethics can be made a part of everyday life.
Continuation of a lecture from the archives on the truth of prophets and the need of the reformer of the age.
Final address from the Ghana Jalsa 2008 in which Hudhur reminds the audience to focus upon improving the condition of the soul, and to focus upon spiritual...
Analysis of the responsibility related to sin, and whether ignorance is an excuse.
A fascinating interview covering the question of sin as a relative concept.
The importance of understanding the fundamentals of religion to dispel superstition and appreciate the true meaning of accountability.
Start of a serialisation of extracts from various writings and books of the Promised Messiah(as).
A discussion on the origin of sin.
When people forget God, God Almighty also becomes indifferent towards such people.
The significance of the minaret; also, many of today’s ecological problems are attributable to the lack of ethics.
Concluding part of an extract from an extremely popular article that appeared in the January 1902 Review of Religions.
Extract from an article that appeared in the January 1902 Review of Religions.
45 ISLAMIC CONCEPT OF SIN AND SALVATION (Ahmad Olayiwola Jagede) Sin is transgression of a Divine law especially committed knowingly and intentionally. It is...
THE BLESSED LIFE
The Concept of Islamic Society (K. Mahmud) The development of Islamic society is based upon the implementation of the social values of Islam. Allah states in...
44 THE REVIEW OF-RELIGIONS FEBRUARY 1985 vengeance lay heavy on the conscience of the pagan Arabs. Vengeance with them was, as R.A. Nicholson puts it...