Who Deserves to be Worshipped

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Charting the depths of Tawhid, Al-Rassi provides a persuasive exploration of why worship should be devoted solely to Allah, making this captivating read a window into Islamic theology and faith.

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SKU e20629
Weight 0.680000
Language English
Pages 232
Author(s) Majed S. Al-Rassi
Publisher Darussalam
Book Size 14x21
Book Cover Hard

Book Overview:

From the moment of birth, a person finds themselves enveloped in an environment shaped by the religious or ideological inclinations of their family, society, or culture. These affiliations often extend to official records, with a person's religion being documented on their birth certificate, further solidifying this initial association.

As individuals progress through their formative years and into their teens, the beliefs of their upbringing or societal context become deeply ingrained. Many find themselves adhering to these beliefs, feeling as though they have little room for deviation. Yet, the course of one's life often introduces encounters with diverse beliefs and ideologies, prompting questions and a reevaluation of long-held convictions.

It is at this juncture that seekers of truth grapple with a fundamental dilemma: in a world where adherents of every religion, sect, ideology, and philosophy lay claim to possessing the ultimate truth, how does one discern which path is the right one? This book delves into this central inquiry with depth and insight. 

 

Compelling Perspectives Inside the Book:

    • Monotheism Explored: Unravel the Islamic principle of Tawhid and understand why only Allah deserves to be worshipped.
    • Rational and Scriptural Arguments: Embark on a journey exploring logical, rational, and scriptural evidence in debunking polytheistic and atheistic beliefs.
    • Attributes of Allah: Acquaint yourself with the unique attributes and perfection of Allah, affirming His exclusive supremacy in worship.
    • Warning Against Shirk: Grasp the dangers of polytheism, the unforgivable sin in Islam if one dies without repenting from it. 

About the Author:

Majeed S. Al-Rassi rigorously explores the monotheistic aspects of Islam in his writing and encourages readers to understand and appreciate the true essence of worship. Published by Darussalam, a trusted name in Islamic literature, "Who Deserves to be Worshipped" is an indispensable guide for anyone looking to understand the core principles of the Islamic faith better.

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