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Salaam / Hi, What, in your belief, is the nature of God? Please also explain why you believe this is so. Do you believe in (note: they may not be mutually exclusive): Pantheism: everything is part of God who encompasses all things. Panentheism: God is everywhere, but at the same time transcends all things. The universe could be seen as a manifestation of God (like the sun and its rays, or the ocean and the waves of the ocean or like clothing and individual threads...). Other forms of panentheism may assert that the universe is contained within God. Personal God: personal in the sense one could have a relationship with Him, characterised with "personal" attributes (mercy, love, anger...). Nondualism: where the multiplicity of the universe reflects One transcendent Reality that is God Dualism: there existing a dualism between God and creation. Could be seen as affirming two realities, one of God and the other of creation or individual souls. Monism: everything being derived from the One Transtheism: a philosophy that is beyond both theism and atheism! Other: (e.g. henotheism, polytheism, ietsism etc.) please detail, and also explain why you believe this is so (does not have to make sense to us, as long as you put something into words). Thanks and God bless.
(bismillah) (salam) There is something that has been making me wonder for quite a bit. Often the Quran uses rational arguments to prove basic doctrines like God's Oneness...and divine justice. For the latter the Quran makes many statements like "can those who believe and do good be like the corrupt, they will not be held alike, equal are not the bad and the good etc.". Besides this it advances an argument to show how life continues after death (if there is to be a chance at all for divine justice). But then the issue of resurrection comes up. Can't our immaterial spirit alone be punished/rewarded without the need for resurrection? Is there a rational argument that shows the necessity for Judgement Day or do we depend on divine revelation alone for this belief? Many thanks (wasalam)
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