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From the moment an individual is conceived in his mother's womb, until his death and beyond, angels play a part in human life. Angels bring forth the soul of the dying and they bring comfort or inflict torment in the grave. An angel will sound the Trumpet on the Last Day, and angels will be present on the Day of Judgment until they accompany people to their ultimate destination in Paradise or Hell. Almost all human cultures, ancient and modern, have some kind of belief about angels. The preIslamic Arabs believed them to be daughters of The Almighty. Some philosophers thought that angels were the stars in the sky. In modern times, there has been a resurgence of interest in angels, and they feature prominently in movies and other forms of popular western culture. But these myths have no role to play in the belief of the Muslim, for such belief is solely based on the teachings of the Qur'an and Sunnah, which tell us all we need to know about the reality of the unseen, including the world of the angels. In this book, the second of an eight volume series on Islamic creed, Dr. Umar S. alAshqar draws on the sources of Islam to give us a comprehensive picture of who the angels are, their role in the universe and their interaction with mankind in this world and the next. ISLAMIC CREED SERIES Vol. 1: Belief in Allah Vol. 2: The World of the Noble Angels Vol. 3: The World of the Jinn and Devils Vol. 4: The Messengers and the Messages Vol. 5: The Minor Resurrection (What happens after death) Vol. 6: The Day of Resurrection Vol. 7: Paradise and Hell Vol. 8: Divine Will and Predestination
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Book Description International Islamic Publishing House, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M9960850102