Tuesday 4 January 2022

Belief in God and Good Deeds

There has always been a conflict in the minds of a few about belief in God and good deeds. Those not adhering to any religion are generally of the view that if a man is sincere to others and helpful and engaged in good deeds and does not hurt anyone, then what is the need to believe in God or for that matter follow any religion.

Refraining from any comment myself as this is the domain of the scholars and intellectuals, I recently came across a video in which prominent Muslim scholar Javed Ahmed Ghamidi was put the same question and I thought I should share his viewpoint for the benefit of my readers and others who remain confused on such issued. 

The video is in Urdu language with English sub titles:
May Allah help us to know the truth ourselves by reading authentic references / sources rather than misinformation fed to them by those with vested interests. Because truth cannot be hidden, specially in this age of technology and Internet. And this is the reason why more and more Non Muslims, specially Christians, reverting to Islam for they have ultimately found the truth.

Author's Note: The technical details have been collected    from the references as given below. If any one differs with the material contained in this post, one may consult the references and their authors.  If someone has more material about the subject, he/she is most welcome to share in the comments box to make the post all encompassing.

For more Scholarly views and videos, please read our reference page: Scholars' Viewpoint on Important Issues Related to Islam.

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