Th e Religion o f Isla m

A standard book

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Dr. Ahmed A. Galwash, Ph. D., litt. D

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The Religion of Islam

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Table of Contents

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1 A Foreword

2 Comments, Reports and Letters on the Book 5

Preface 6

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59 Personal Appearance and Gait (of the Prophet):

59 His Habits:

59 Simplicity of his life:

60 Urbanity and Kindness of Disposition

60 Friendship:

61 Moderation and Magnanimity

63 Conviction of Special Providence

64 Unwavering Steadfastness at Mecca

65 Denunciation of Polytheism and Idolatry

65 Earnestness and Honesty of Mohammed at Mecca

66 His disposition:

66 Humility:

66 Attitude at Prayers:

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70 XI. The Social Changes Brought about by the prophet 70 71

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7 5 1.“Force and Compulsion were Employed for the Disseminatio n of Isla m

  1. 78 2. Mohammedanism:A Religion of Sex–Indulgence” 80 3-Islam and Polygamy 85 Polygamy is not essential in Islam 85 Polygamy is not an institution originated by Islam 85
  2. 89 1. The Object of Marriage
    90 2. Marriage and Divorce
  3. 92 3. The Guardian and the Consent of the Bride
  4. 92 4. The Inequality of the Two Sexes with regard to Divorce
  5. 93 5. Limitations of Divorce

101 8. “ Kholaa Divorce” 104 9. Female Seclusion

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7 . T h e F o r m o f S e p a r a t i o n - A C h e c k o n S e p a r a t i o n 9 8 S e c t i o n I I . D e v o t i o n 1 1 0 e

110 Section III. Transactions 110 Section IV. Moralities 111 Section V. Punishments

111 Digest of Islam Creed 111 1. Belief in God 111 What God is not 112 God’s Life and Power 112 God’s Knowledge 113 God’s will 113 God’s Hearing and Sight 113 God’s Word 114 God’s Works

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11 5 The Unity of God.

1 .ProofsofHisExistenc 115 e: God’sOmnipresenceasserted 115 God’sOmnipotence 116 Creatorofallthings 116 PerfectinHisWorks. 116 TheLightofHeavenandEarth 116 ProvidesforAll 117 HisWordsareCountless. 117 HasnoOffspring 117 God’sLoveandMercy 119 3.RightandWrong 134 i i g o

11 7 Created all Beings to Adore Him

11 8 How He Speaketh with Man

11 8 God is Creator of Good and Evil Deeds and Yet Good is from Him, but Evil is from Man in Consequence of his Ignorance or Disobedience

11 8 Omniscient and Omnipotent

11 8 All–Seeing but Unseen

12 0 The Existence of God

126 2. Belief in the Angels of God

127 3. Belief in the Scriptures of God

13 0 The Koran

13 4 1.Calling the Jews and Christians to come to agreement with the Moslems

13 4 2. Ordering the Prophet to Praise God

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136 Islam and the Four Gospels 136 1. St. Luke’s Gospel 138 2.The Gospel of St. Matthew and that of St. Mark 139 The Four Gospels 140 Gospels: 141 Some Important Discrepancies 142 Interpolations 143 Ascension

144 The Koran 147 The Koranic Conception of Man 149 The Frailties of Human Nature 151 The Koran and the Doctrine of Personal Holiness

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153 4. Belief in the Apostles of God

15 5 (1) Promised to Mary

15 5 (2) Birth of Jesus

15 6 One of the Miracles of Jesus

15 7 The Mission of Jesus

15 7 Jesus not Crucified

15 8 Jesus and the Divinity

15 8 The Trinity Condemned

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16 2 What Jesus Says about himself in Relation to his Alleged Divinity

16 3 Priestcraft and Islam

16 4 Supposed Divinity of Jesus

16 5 Canon Barnes on the Old Testament

16 5 Was Christ Divine?

16 7 Biblical Prophecies as Referring to the Advent of the Prophet– Mohammed

171 5. The Belief in the Day of Resurrection

177 6. Predestination 185 Conclusion 186 References

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