One should strongly uphold the values and teachings that Allah has taught them for these will serve as their guide to fulfilling a spiritually-rich life together with Allah. Since monotheism is part of the Islamic faith, Muslims is in continuous contention with the Trinitarian God that Christian faith believes. Islam would not allow anyone or any other being for that matter to be associated with Allah for they trust that Allah is incomparable and solitary.
Angels are considered as the messengers of God. The existence of angels is generally acceptable as true among Muslims. Islam agrees that God has numerous angels who are good in nature. Satan is an exception to this generalization for he is the only angel who dared to refuse the fact that God has the Ultimate Power that Satan disobeyed His commands. An analogy is stated in the article to distinguish men from the angels. Angels are made of light while human beings are made out of clay. Jinns are described in this section as well. They are created by fire which is correlated with the power of speech or gift of tongues.
Prophets and scriptures was the third doctrine on the article. Mohammad is named as the last descendant of the prophets who were assigned to introduce and disseminate the scriptures to the people.