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Can Islam, which came 1400 years ago, answer the questions of our age and meet its needs?

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Asked by truth exposed, 04 Dec '12 01:01 pm
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To teach the truth of the Sphere of Dominicality and the manners of the Sphere of servitude (worship). When we say the Sphere of Dominicality, we mean the person, attributes, actions, and names of Allah (SWT). The Quran has introduced Allah (SWT) to human beings in this way and protected them from every kind of superstition (false beliefs). When it comes to the sphere of servitude, it means the duties of human beings to Allah (SWT). What has Allah (SWT) commanded and forbid? What actions and what deeds attract His consent and what causes His wrath? The answers to these questions have been given wonderfully in the Quran.

In both spheres, human mind has no single word to speak. In both spheres there can be no effect of time. Allah (SWT) still is with His person and attributes as He was in pre-eternity. The human pattern of which Allah (SWT) approves is the same as was in the pre-eternity.

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Answered by anil garg, 04 Dec '12 01:30 pm

 
  
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The purpose of the Quran in the Risale-i Nur Collection is discussed in two grounds:

To teach the truth of the Sphere of Dominicality and the manners of the Sphere of servitude (worship). When we say the Sphere of Dominicality, we mean the person, attributes, actions, and names of Allah (SWT). The Quran has introduced Allah (SWT) to human beings in this way and protected them from every kind of superstition (false beliefs). When it comes to the sphere of servitude, it means the duties of human beings to Allah (SWT). What has Allah (SWT) commanded and forbid? What actions and what deeds attract His consent and what causes His wrath? The answers to these questions have been given wonderfully in the Quran.

In both spheres, human mind has no single word to speak. In both spheres there can be no effect of time. Allah (SWT) still is with His person and attributes as He was in pre-eternity. The human pattern of which Allah (SWT) approves is the same as was in the pre-eternity.

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Answered by secularthought, 04 Dec '12 01:14 pm

 
  
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Yes for the followers.
Answered by Radar, 04 Dec '12 01:09 pm

 
  
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Exclusively for the followers
Answered by sigma, 04 Dec '12 01:06 pm

 
  
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Only to the beleivers, not to others
Answered by iqbal seth, 04 Dec '12 01:06 pm

 
  
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