In this podcast Dr Hameed Jahangiri from USA is conducting the memorial services for his departed friend Dr Shakeel Khan. He explains the process of human evolution beyond physical death as told in the Holy Quran.
The Holy Quran says that man was created from water Scientists have recently carried out experiments with fish to see if they can survive on land. After rearing them on land for a whole year they saw that the fish developed different characteristics which are required for surviving on land thus proving the truth of … Continue reading Origins of the Human Race
by Dr M.Ikram Jahangiri This post originally appeared in the April edition of the print magazine 'The Hope'. It is an outline of a speech given by video link on the 27th December 2013 during the Annual Prayer Congregation of the Lahore Ahmadiyya Anjuman held in Lahore, Pakistan. Today we are gathered to celebrate a … Continue reading The human capacity & how to achieve it
How does the instructions in the Holy Quran resemble the way in which human development evolves? We look at Chapter 71 Verses 13 to 15 known as ‘Noah’ (Nuh) and look at how Islamic devotions resemble the developments and changes in the life of a human being. [powerpress]http://www.virtualmosque.co.uk/podcast/10082012khutba.mp3[/powerpress]
How does the instructions in the Holy Quran resemble the way in which human development evolves? We look at Chapter 71 Verses 13 to 15 known as 'Noah' (Nuh) and look at how Islamic devotions resemble the developments and changes in the life of a human being.
35:8 Is he whose evil deed is made fair-seeming to him so that he considers it good? — Now surely Allah leaves in error whom He pleases and guides aright whom He pleases, so let not thy soul waste in grief for them. Surely Allah is Knower of what they do. 35:9 And Allah is … Continue reading [Video] Humankind and the Environment
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In the video below we look at three verses from chapter 2 of the Holy Quran, which deal with the infinite knowledge and unlimited power of Allah and how these relate to man's acquisition of knowledge of this world and his power over it. The first verse is 255 in chapter 2, the verse known … Continue reading Limitations of Human Knowledge
Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad continues with the theme of human nature some inherently good some not. He uses the example of Hazrat Abu Bakr (R) as someone who had in him inherent goodness and Abu Jehal who did not have this in his nature. They both heard the Holy Prophet’s (s) call. One, Hazrat Abu … Continue reading Human Nature Part Two
Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad sahib, the Promised Messiah, speaks here of natural or inherent qualities of people. He says that some people have a good nature and all that is needed is that it is made to shine through by coming into contact with someone from Allah who ignites this goodness in their nature and … Continue reading Human Nature Part One
Many Americans have suggested that more moderate Muslims should stand up to extremists, speak out for tolerance, and apologize for sins committed by their brethren. That’s reasonable advice, and as a moderate myself, I’m going to take it. (Throat clearing.) I hereby apologize to Muslims for the wave of bigotry and simple nuttiness that has … Continue reading Sorry for Portraying Muslims as Human