The Concept of God In Major Religions Dr. Zakir Naik, PB, 64p
[#2474 4B5, Colour,{Hindu, sikh, zoroastrian, judaisam, chritianity, Islam} 4b3, Darussalam]

The Concept of God In Major Religions Dr. Zakir Naik, PB, 64p

The Concept of God In Major Religions

By: Dr. Zakir Naik
Designed by: Abdul Hameed
ISBN: 9960-9881-7-1
Paperback, 64 Pages, A5 size, Coloured Illustrations
Published by: Maktaba Darussalam, Riyadh.

Description of the Book:

There has always been a question in the minds of people about the existence of God. All major religions have believed in one god or another. Thus, believing in a supreme being that is omnipotent and omniscience is essential to the existence of mankind.

Categorisation of Major World religion Concept of God in Hinduism, sikhism, zoroastrianism, judaisam, chritianity, Islam, Attributes of God

This full-colored book tackles the issue of existence of God from a different perspective including starting off with how different people view God. It first categorizes the belief of the major religions into 5 types of religions. Then, it describes the concept of God for world's several major religions including Hinduism, Sikhism, Judaism, and others. The book ends with a detailed analysis of concept of God in Islam and how it perfects the concept of God.

About The Author:

Dr. Zakir Naik is a medical doctor by professional training, he is renowed as a dynamic international orator on Islam and Comparative Religion. Dr. Zakir Naik clarifies Islamic viewpoints and clears misconceptions about Islam, using the Qur'an, authentic Hadith and other religious Scriptures as a basis, in conjunction with reason, logic and scientific facts.

Weight: 140

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 In equivocal cases the believer must seek clarification until the truth becomes clear to him. For he may not embark upon an act of obedience without knowledge and intention, while if he leaves it undone he is a sinner, since it is sinful to ignore a necessary duty.  Ibn Taymiyah