The Purest Monotheism: Monotheistic Islam. Polytheistic Muslims
Muslims are facing numerous problems: persecution by governments, violence among Muslim sects, and mass migration. Many Muslims have contradictory behavior: they reject modern industrialization and education but depend on modern conveniences. Even the purity of Islamic monotheism is at stake. This book provides solutions to many problems e.g. how to coexist in peace. More
THE PUREST MONOTHEISM
Monotheistic Islam. Polytheistic Muslims*
Wisdom, Justice, and Unconditional Love …
These days, Muslims are facing all kinds of problems: persecution by different governments, violence among Muslim sects, women’s suppression, mass migration, and more. Many Muslims have contradictory behavior: they reject modern industrialization and education but depend on modern conveniences. Even the purity of Islamic monotheism itself is at stake.
Guided by the wisdom of the Quran, this book defines many contemporary problems faced by Muslims and provides solutions. For example, the Quran strongly condemns zulm (oppression) and uses the word zulm a whopping 291 times to discourage it. So on what grounds, can any Muslim support various oppressions, like preventing women from acquiring education and employment? This book also discusses:
• How to peacefully end radical Islamic violence.
• How Muslim men and women can ideologically respond to oppression by fellow Muslims.
• How to bring peace between Muslims sects.
• Without calling anyone kafir, how to peacefully preserve the purity of Islamic monotheism.
Sufi literature, accumulated over centuries, proves that loving Allah is the most satisfying spiritual experience. The book describes how to unconditionally love Allah and how to unconditionally love yourself.
Islam puts overwhelming emphasis on love and justice. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) achieved the first major peaceful transfer of power in history. This was when he took over as the head of state of Medina, even though it was a multi-religious society. On another occasion, instead of waging violent jihad, he proposed the Treaty of Hudaybia and made peace with the opponents.
The unique concept of Islamic monotheism also solves philosophical puzzles like the free will-predestination paradox and the watchmaker analogy.
* All Muslims are not polytheists. Inspired by verses 12:106, 4:136 and Hadith of 73 sects.
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