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What does Islam say about writing fiction stories such as novels or short stories? I am not talking about adult or horror stories, although i am fascinated by horror and I am currently writing a horror story but I might never share it with anyone if it crosses the line. I find the art of story writing to be an excellent accompaniment to my psychology studies. By exploring different characters and their states of mind it helps me to deal with issues in my own life too, especially childhood. I enjoy creating chemistry between different characters. Writing stories also helps me to relax and express myself which has been a major issue in my life. I also think it has the potential to promote positivity in society between people and address complicated issues. Is there anything that islam does not allow in writing or reading fiction stories?
I keep hearing how there are verses in the Qur'an supporting the theory of the big bang, how the universe is constantly expanding. On the other hand I hear from mostly sunni friends that the big bang is wrong and rejected islamically, and I'm not sure to make of it? This topic along with evolution (of animals, not humans) bugs me so I'd like some input. Only strong hadiths, verses and scientific facts plz
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