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The Moslem doctrine of God
Samuel Marinus Zwemer
|Statement||by Samuel M. Zwemer.|
|LC Classifications||BP175.A5 Z8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||120 p. incl. front.|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||05027430|
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The Moslem Doctrine of God () and The Moslem Christ () were two of the earliest of Samuel M. Zwemer's many published works. The son of Dutch immigrants to America, Zwemer was a fervent evangelical minister with the Dutch Reformed Church in America (now the Reformed Church in America) and one of the founders of the Arabian Mission.5/5(1).
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The Moslem Doctrine of God () and The Moslem Christ () were two of the earliest of Samuel M. Zwemer's many published works. The son of Dutch immigrants to America, Zwemer was a fervent evangelical minister with the Dutch Reformed Church in America (now the Reformed Church in America) and one of the founders of the Arabian : Samuel Zwemer.
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Zwemer (Author), CrossReach Publications (Editor)4/5(1). In his zeal to convert Muslims to Christianity, Zwemer was unmatched and this book helps to explain why.
Not shy about admitting that the three major monotheistic religions share the concept of one God, he begins an examination of Islamic ideas about God, from a Christian perspective.
The negative side of the Moslem idea of God -- Clark's remark on this aspect of false religions -- The two foci of Moslem controversy -- The idea of the Trinity fundamental and essential -- Koran references to the doctrine -- Misapprehension of true Trinity -- The testimony of the commentaries -- How they differ and why -- Indirect references.
The Moslem doctrine of God book THE MOSLEM DOCTRINE OF GOD tion) of a mass of so-called tradition. The former is what Allah revealed by means of a book ; the latter is what Allah revealed by means of a man, Moham med.
Both revelations have well-nigh equal authority and both rest their authority on. God is called Allah by Muslims (). Allah sees all things () and is present everywhere (; ).
Allah is the sole creator and sustainer of the universe (). The Moslem doctrine of God: An Essay on the Character and Attributes of Allah According to the Koran and Orthodox Tradition | Samuel M.
Zwemer | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. The book that you hold in your hand contains two publications birthed from missionary experience and the cry of a heart on fire for God.
The Moslem Doctrine of God () and The Moslem Christ () were two of the earliest of Samuel M. Zwemer's many published works/5(2). Book. The Moslem Doctrine of God Details Author(s): Samuel M.
Zwemer Publisher: Gorgias Press eISBN: Subjects: Theology and. The Islamic doctrine of Tawhid puts forth a God whose rule, will or law are comprehensive and extend to all creatures and to all aspects of the human life. Early Muslims understood religion to thus cover the domains of state, law and society.
. Belief in the Books of God: Muslims believe that God revealed holy books or scriptures to a number of God's messengers. These include the Quran (given to Muhammad), the Torah (given to Moses), the. The Islamic faith echoed some strands within the Christian tradition that Mary (or Maryam) was a literal virgin when Jesus was conceived.
The most detailed account of the annunciation and birth of Jesus is provided in Surah 3 (Al Imran) and 19 (Maryam) of the Quran Born: c. 4 BC, Bethlehem, Judea, Roman Empire. Islam, major world religion that emphasizes monotheism, the unity of God (‘Allah’ in Arabic), and Muhammad as his final messenger in a series of revelations.
As the literal word of God, the Qur’an makes known the will of God, to which humans must surrender (lending.
The Islamic holy books are the records which most Muslims believe were dictated by God to various prophets.
Muslims believe that parts of the previously revealed scriptures, the Tawrat (Torah) and the Injil (Gospel), had become distorted —either in interpretation, in text, or both. . Definition. In Islam, "predestination" is the usual English language rendering of a belief that Muslims call al-qaḍāʾ wa l-qadar ([ælqɑˈdˤɑːʔ wælˈqɑdɑr] القضاء والقدر).The phrase means "the divine decree and the predestination"; al-qadr literally means "(divine) power" and derives from the root Q-D-R to measure out, to calculate, to be able, to have power.
The Islamic understanding of God is distinct from all other religions and beliefs in various respects since it is based on a pure and clear understanding of monotheism. This essentially captures the concept of God in Islam, which will be further elaborated in this pamphlet. Muslims often refer to God as Allah.
This is a universal name for God. in deity (viz. 4, 29, 51 and 85); although we admit that the merciful attributes are in a sense moral these only two occur in the Koran, and both are of doubtful significance in Moslem theology. While we find that the "terrible" attributes of God's power occur again and again in the Koran, the net total of the moral attributes is found in two verses, which mention that Allah.
Allah is the Arabic word referring to God in Abrahamic religions. In the English language, the word generally refers to God in Islam.
The word is thought to be derived by contraction from al-ilāh, which means "the god", and is related to El and Elah, the Hebrew and Aramaic words for God.
It is distinguished from ilāh (Arabic: إله ), the Arabic word meaning deity, which could refer to. The Moslem doctrine of God; an essay on the character and attributes of Allah according to the Koran and orthodox tradition by Zwemer, Samuel Marinus, Pages: Stephen Charnock, The Existence and Attributes of God.
Charnock’s work, published inremains one of the best resources on the attributes of God. He provides clear definitions as well as thorough biblical and theological defenses of the attributes. The Doctrine of the Trinity.
Stephen R. Holmes, The Quest for the Trinity. Holmes’s book Author: Keith Mathison. Explore our list of Word of God (Islam) Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership.
Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. In the religious sense, Islam means submission to the will of God and obedience to His law. A Muslim is one who follows Islam. Marriage: A Holy Sacrament. Islam is totally opposed to monasticism and celibacy.
Marriage is an act of Sunnah in Islam and is strongly recommended. Men can only marry the "people of the book" i.e., Abrahamic religions. Jesus is not the son of God (), not divine (, 75) and was not crucified (). Some say he will come back to earth as a Muslim, marry and have children, die, and be buried near Muhammad ().
Son of God. Term used to designate that Jesus is divine. He is the spiritual son of God not a literal physical son (John ). These books teach and illustrate Islamic beliefs, values, and practices. They are also important historical documents (especially the Quran), which tell the story of the origins of the Islamic faith.
The Quran is the most sacred text, as it is believed to be the literal word of God. Moslem doctrine of God. Boston, New York [etc.] American Tract Society [©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Marinus Zwemer.
There is no official creed to which one must adhere to be considered a Muslim. All that is required is to believe and recite the Shahada: "There is no God but God, and Muhammad is his Prophet." Beyond this core belief, however, Muslim doctrine is often summarized in "Six Articles of Faith." Many Muslims believe that one must adhere to the six.
The Muslim doctrine of God is: An absolute monotheism. Which is not a source of Islamic law. How many names or attributes of God do Muslims routine cite. What / who is the Al-Fatihah. Common prayer of Muslims. What is the distinctive colour of Islam and said to have been one of Muhammad's favourite colours.
Greem. The Muslim must believe Allah exists, believe in the fundamental doctrines of Islam, believe that Muhammad is his prophet, and follow the commands of Allah given in the Koran. Son of God: A term used to designate that Jesus is divine though he is not the literal son of God in a physical sense (John ).
A literal son of God. Sufism, mystical Islamic belief and practice in which Muslims seek the truth of divine love and knowledge through direct personal experience of God.
It consists of mystical paths that are designed to learn the nature of humanity and of God and to facilitate. From Greear’s book Breaking the Islam Code: “Believing wrong things about God and worshiping him incorrectly doesn’t mean one is worshipping a different God” (p).
These statements commit fundamental philosophical and theological errors. Fortunately, there are many evangelical theologians and philosophers who have commented on this very issue and hold that Christians and Muslims.
In summary of my first point, then, we’ve seen that the classic Muslim rejection of the Christian concept of God is based on a drastic misunderstanding of the doctrine of the Trinity, and that once that doctrine is properly understood, it is not only rationally unobjectionable, but quite plausible as well.
The History of Islam In the seventh century, Muhammad claimed the angel Gabriel visited him. During these angelic visitations, which continued for about 23 years until Muhammad’s death, the angel purportedly revealed to Muhammad the words of Allah (the Arabic word for “God” used by Muslims).
These dictated revelations compose the Qur'an, Islam’s holy book. A Muslim (or Moslem--which means one who surrenders to God) is an adherent of Islam, a religion with precise theological doctrines about God, judgment, heaven, hell, angels, prophets, salvation, etc. The Arabic word for god is "allah" which has become a kind of name of God in Islam.
Get this from a library. The Moslem doctrine of God: an essay on the character and attributes of Allah according to the Koran and orthodox tradition. [Samuel Marinus Zwemer]. Muslims claim that the New Testament story of Jesus dying on the cross is a corruption of the truth and that Allah made it appear that Jesus died on the cross, as per Q My question is: How can Muslims claim that they believe any of the New Testament was originally revealed by God, since the corruption must have begun at the cross.
Christianity and Islam: Doctrines and Beliefs Compared *The present article compares the main doctrines and beliefs of Christianity and Islam.
For a more detailed comparison of Jesus and Muhammad and key moral issues in both religions, see Christianity and Islam: A Side by Side Comparison.
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