A 1st reply to the 4th Question Who is God 1 A Creating Being to be worshipped

The Divine Creator Allah the Exalted in might provides information about the total encompassing nature of His divine decree and pre-ordainment, “No calamity befalls on the earth or in yourselves” and this is comprehensive of the encompassing nature of the calamities which afflict creation, whether of good or evil, that all of them are written … Continue reading A 1st reply to the 4th Question Who is God 1 A Creating Being to be worshipped

Looking for answers on the question Is there a God #3 Transcendence or Surpassing other gods and man

Are we willing to see a Omnipotent God Who is above all other god in case He exists? Is mankind willing to face a more intelligent Being than themselves? Most difficult thing to accept for human beings is that this Supreme Being would encompass everything while He is the Most High above everything, being able to be everywhere, to know everything and able to do everything. Most people want to have everything themselves under control and want to command others, not being commanded themselves. Come to know more about modern philosophers like Immanuel Kant their theories and transcendent beings in contrast to immanent beings, by clicking on the title of this article.

Looking for answers on the question Is there a God #2 Pantheon of gods and celebrations

In our region (Flanders and Gallia or Gaul) also many gods were worshipped and even today we may find several groups worshipping different gods. Several people living in Belgium and neighbouring countries do have a whole pantheon of gods and goddesses, along with their own religions and rituals, whilst others say they do not believe … Continue reading Looking for answers on the question Is there a God #2 Pantheon of gods and celebrations

Looking for answers on the question Is there a God #1 Many gods

Billions of people throughout ancient times have looked for and created gods and spirits of al kinds. We can find Sumerian, Canaanite, Aztec, Egyptian, Indian, Greek, Roman, German, Celt and African gods which we can often find back in a counterpart under an other name in an other culture. ... In this article you may find a glimpse of some relationships of those gods and certain religious groups. ... Find out more by reading this article. ...