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Critical Reflection Paper: Iman and Shariah
Religion and Theology
Pages 6 (1506 words)
Name Professor’s Name Subject Date Iman and Shariah Introduction To find a stable point in the modern world is rather difficult task. Religion as the strongest background for development of humanity has often proven its reliability. The Islamic religion has millions of followers all over the world.
Iman Iman states that Muslims believe in Allah, angels, revealed books, commissioned Missioners, resurrection and events of Qiyamah, predestination of all things in the world. These are the core beliefs to be followed. A self-development of a Muslim depends on the following basic principles or Iman. Allah as the sole creator is an unquestionable truth for Muslims. Their religion depends on their devotion and an unspeakable faith in Him. Allah is the Creator for Muslims, which leads them to paradise and eternal happy life. Muslims are focused on his great forgiveness and God has an immense power to let Muslims enter paradise in case of their faith and obedience. The second belief is that Angels are among us. God created Angels and human beings and the former are not invented or metaphysical creatures. They are real and exist both on the Earth and in the Heaven. There are different roles performed by the Angels. The Qur’an outlines the main functions of the Angels in the following way: Jibreel delivers revelation, Malik-ul-Maut takes away human souls after death and there are also many other angels, performing their own functions (Hallem, 2008). Two angels are antagonists, which are Ridhwan and Malik. They take control over the Heaven and the Hell, respectively. ...
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