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WEEK 8ISLAM | | Cosmogony - Origin of the Universe | Muslims believe that Allah created the universe and everything in it. They, however, hold the belief that human beings were created on earth in several different or varied forms and conditions (71:14-19) | Nature of God/Creator | One God, referred to as Allah in Arabic. This is the same God revealed in the Jewish and Christian Bibles. He is a strict unity. There is no other God in existence. He created the universe and holds the ultimate sovereignty over all things. | View of Human Nature | Human beings are born in Al-Fitra (natural state of submission to Allah). They believe that human beings are not sinful by nature (since God forgave Adam and Eve), but they are vulnerable to sin and only true repentance from sin will make human beings who have sinned to be reverted to the original sinless state. The chief reason on humankind’s failing is pride and rebellion. | View of Good & Evil | Human beings are born with the natural instinct to differentiate between good and evil. They have the free will to choose between right and wrong. Right deeds involve following the guidance of Allah whereas wrong deeds involve identifying with Shaytan (the devil). Shaytan (Iblis or Devil) is not allowed to hurt people unless under permission from Allah. | View of Salvation | Salvation is achieved by submitting to the will of Allah. There is no assurance of salvation, as it is only granted upon Allah's mercy. The forgiveness of one’s sins is granted by Allah’s grace, without a mediator. 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. | View of After Life | Human beings will resurrect and thereafter be judged before being assigned their final destination. All Muslims will go to heaven,…...

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