The chapter discusses lessons on repentance and forgiveness from Adam and Eve.
The chapter discusses the harm of misinformation and calls us to reflect on the Jan 6, 2021 as a case in point.
By Fadwa Wazwaz, Engage Minnesota About The Book In this video I explore the themes and questions that inspired the writing of the book. The book was published on May 23, 2020. Your review and feedback is appreciated. God Intervenes Between A Person And Their Heart: Key Lessons from the Prophets is a journey in listening, reflecting, and answering the call of faith, inspired by the life experiences that challenged me, and questions that I had to work through for myself and others. The stories of the Muslim prophets are generally used for legalistic purposes, either to Read More …
When we praise other people, we become blind supporters of human beings who are not perfect. There’s nothing wrong with thanking people, and we should express our gratitude to others. But praise belongs to God, as perfection is His alone.
Hijab, which in its essence means “to conceal,” is usually associated with Muslim women. Although other faith traditions promote modest dress, and Muslim men are also asked to dress modestly, most of the noise around this world is directed at Muslim women.
There are two unhealthy views around women wearing hijab. First, that a woman who wears hijab is always oppressed. Second, that women must wear hijab because they are necessarily seductresses, and men cannot follow their own consciences unless women are covered.