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Predestination in Islam, Divine Predestination and Man's Free Will  

Divine Will and Predestination In the light of the Quran and Sunnah

Item Code : Darussalam.AE89

Author : Umar S. al-Ashqar
Publisher : IIPH
Book Format : Hard Cover. Size 14X21
Pages : 158
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Divine Will and Predestination

ISLAMIC CREED SERIES Vol-6 by Umar S. al-Ashqar

About the Book: Divine Will and Predestination. IS this a matter that is directly relevant to the day-to-day life of Muslims, or is it an obscure topic best left to the debates of philosophers and theologians? Does it imply that Muslims are "fatalists" who see themselves as helpless in the hands of an indifferent fate.

 Attitudes towards The Divine Will and Predestination have always influenced Muslims' daily activities. In this book Dr. 'Umar S. al-Ashqar explores this topic in depth explaining it in clear terms for the ordinary Muslim. Drawing always on the Qur'an and Sunnah, and on the words of the greatest scholars such as Ibn Taymiyah, he covers some of the historical debates that took place within the ummah on this matter, explains the correct view, that of AhlAs-Sunnah wal-jamaa'ah.

The true Islamic concept of Divine Will and Predestination is an empowering notion. Whilst all that happens takes place within the framework of the Divine Will, man has freedom of choice within those parameters. This is a matter which is of interest and concern for all Muslims, one which will bring many benefits, both in this world and in the hereafter.


VOL.l. Belief in Allah

VOL.2. The World of the Noble Angels

VOL.3. The World of the Jinn and Devils

VOL.4. The Messengers and the Messages

VOL.5. The Final Day

    Part1. The Minor Resurrection (What happens after death)

    Part2. The Day of Resurrection

    Part3. Paradise and Hell

VOL.6. Divine Will and Predestination