Category Archives: The Evidence Course

Muhammad’s Claim to Prophethood.

By Imam Mufti Was He Insane? Someone who has dealt with the mentally ill knows people can be identified by their symptoms. Muhammad displayed no symptom of insanity at any time in his life No friend, wife, or family member suspected or abandoned him due to insanity. As for the effects of revelations on the […]

Links between the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) recommended foods and disease management.

\A review in the light of modern superfoods Sharique A. Ali, Naima Parveen, and Ayesha S. Ali Abstract. Nutrition and other bioactive natural products present in specific foods within a balanced diet play an indispensable role in maintaining and promoting human health. Plants are rich sources of a balanced nutrition because of high content of […]

The Structure of Sūrat al-Fātiḥa (Part II)

By Sharif Randhawa The Structure of Sūrat al-Fātiḥa (Part II) Continuing from The Structure of Sūrat al-Fātiḥa (Part I). Here, for the reader’s convenience, I will reproduce diagram text of the Fātiḥa and its translation from the previous post: الحمد لله A.  رب العالمين    B.  الرحمن    B’. الرحيم A’. مالك يوم الدين C.  إياك نعبد C’. وإياك […]

The Argument from Contingency :

By Dr. ‘Ali Rabbani Gulpaygani In Islamic theology, the argument of contingency (ḥudūth) is of special importance in that it is called the “special way” of the theologians. The argument of contingency has been described in various ways in the books of scholastic theology,1and explicitly discussed in traditions (aḥādīth).2 This argument consists of two premises […]

How to address doubts in Islam ? by Ustadh Sharif Abu Laith

How to address doubts in islam. We often come across numerous attacks against islam, whether related to belief or the shariah. Sometimes it may seem incredibly difficult or overwhelming for Muslims to address these numerous criticisms. Evolution, divine authority of the Quran, Prophet’s (saw) number of wives, age of Aisha (ra), Hudud, hijab, halal meat, […]