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  1. If you thought that I believe that God created Himself, you have misunderstood. I believe that He decreed for things to be the way they should be and they are the way they should be because He willed for them to be. He did not start at a condition for that would imply that He had a beginning. His name being The First is due to Him always being before any first of the creation due to His eternity. As for if it was for our benefit, I believe that His mercy is for our benefit because He is the Most Beneficent who benefits from nothing, for He is greater than benefiting or relying on His creation
  2. I agree to disagree. I believe the reasons that God (S) attributed to Himself as being the Most Just and the Most Merciful was because it was of His wisdom that He found it to be of what was necessary if He was to create such a creation in such a condition and so far there is no proof of God believing that His creation are like pots, neither have I found it in the Qur'an nor have I found it taught by the Prophet (S) and the Ahlul Bayt (A). Rather what I've found is that among His names are the Most Just, the Most Merciful, the Most Beneficent, the Most Compassionate and the Most Loving. These
  3. You can't compare animal suffering and death to pots being broken. Shall we go around and start torturing and killing animals because they're nothing but pots being broken? Surely God is better knowing and sympathetic of their condition and sensations than this. Just because He created them, it doesn't mean He should be a sadist regardless of whether He has the right to.
  4. This has been posted in the forum before, verify its authenticity and such. Sudayr says: I, together with Salama ibn Kuhayl ... went to the presence of Abu Ja'far (Imam al-Baqir) while the Imam's brother, Zayd ibn Ali, was with him. Those who were with me told the Imam that we love Ali, Hasan, Husain and hate their enemies. The Imam replied: True. They continued: We love Abu Bakr and Umar and hate their enemies. Hearing this, Zayd told them: Do you hate Fatima? You cut off (batartum: بترتم) our affair. May Allah cut you! Since then they were called Batriyyah. [Rijal by Kashshi, p. 236] [biha
  5. I found some pictures of him which are supposed to be recent but I could not find the name yet:
  6. I've seen an Iranian politician in some pictures, I don't know what his position is or who he is but I'd like to know He looks like Stellan John Skarsgård: When I find a pic of him, I'll post it and if I know who he is I'll let you know
  7. As far as I'm concerned, it's not hypothetical As for the second question, the premise of the issue at hand is based on the proposition of Islam that one who is not on the straight path is misguided Of the facts that ascertain to this is dying without knowing the Imam of your time is dying the death of ignorance.
  8. The person may have forgotten what they learned was right and wrong from the straight path they had found Does that make them free from judgment? According to Islam, we are also judged for our actions which are parts of our deeds So if they tread the path of evil from now, they must be judged based on what they have gathered from when they woke up I want to know how they are judged for the actions they perform with the free-will they possess after the Amnesia has occurred
  9. Thank you for sharing your opinion There are different types of Amnesia The ones that concern me are those that make the person lose what he has learned from Islam and gets a new book to start what could be viewed as a second life By evil I mean they have lost their memory of who they believed was their Lord, what they believed as being right and what they believed as being wrong and when it was time for them to choose things again for this second time, they have chosen a path other than a straight path. That person is conscious and is aware of their actions and has not lost their fr
  10. Salam and welcome to ShiaChat. Your topic was moved here: http://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235032561-amnesia/

  11. I have been thinking about this for a while now I wonder if a person that was a good believer, does good deeds and such would be afflicted with an Amnesia Let's say that person becomes evil after that Amnesia and dies in that state What would happen to that person? If you know the answer from an authentic Islamic source please share it If you don't but want to still share your own opinion on how you feel regarding this issue, you can share
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