The existing Imam can nominate his successor, without consulting the electors. Al-Mawardi is of the view that Muslim community is consensus on this point and they obey the nominated Imam with their complete heart and soul. For example, Hazrat Abu Bakr (R.A) nominated Hazrat Umar (R.A) and Muslims obeyed his order. Al-Mawardi also says that existing Imam can nominate more than Imam to succeed one another in turn. For example, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H) nominated Hazrat Zayd (R.A) as commander of Muslims and if he fells then Japen Bin Ali will replace him in the battle of
ii) Those who believe in Christ become sons of God (John1:10, 12) and they will not be condemned (John3:16-18), the believers are entitled for eternal life. iii) INCARNATION: How Christ the Word became flesh/man and came to dwell among mankind. (John 10)Though many dispute the deity of Christ, it is the truth. God himself at Jesus baptism attested to Jesus as his only begotten son (Matthew 3:14, 15). IV) Justification Doctrine: The believer should learn and eternalize the message of redemption and justification.
Any comprehensive reading of The Pilgrim 's Progress requires an extensive understanding of the religious framework within which John Bunyan was writing. Generally speaking, Bunyan fits into the group of people that are now commonly referred to as Puritans. In Bunyan 's time, however, 'Puritan ' was a somewhat ambiguous term that incorporated Baptists and Quakers, Ranters and other dissenters. While they shared a common goal of "purifying" the Church of what they saw as excess and materialism, there are many subtle differences between these religions ' theologies, methods, and relations to authority. Bunyan did not necessarily chose to label himself, but Greaves observes that he likely could have been described as an open-membership, open-communion Baptist.
However, even before then Mansa Musa readily accepted the religion of Islam and did everything in his power to be a pious Muslim. For example, when Mansa Musa is told that it is not permissible to have concubines even if you are a king he immediately replies “By God I did not know that. I hereby leave it and abandon it utterly!” (page 59). This provides evidence to his piety as he immediately accepts this belief with complete devotion, and his moral virtue as Mansa Musa shows self control and judiciousness by not making exceptions for himself as a King. Moreover, as an even bigger testament to his piousness Al- ‘Umari mentions how, had he not passed away on his return, Mansa Musa was planning to hand over his sovereignty to his son and return to Mecca and remain there near the sanctuary in an act of great devotion and reverence.
Introduction Unfortunately, many New Testament characters are often overlooked by the casual reader, yet the manner in which these characters are depicted can offer valuable insight into appropriate Christian conduct, ethics, and morality. Seeking to underscore this point, this biographical study will examine the life of Pontius Pilate, contrasting his comportment with biblical doctrines and deriving practical application principles. Accordingly, the examination will demonstrate that historical documents portray Pontius Pilate as a tyrannical political figure, more concerned with personal accomplishment than truth, justice, or theological understanding, thereby providing a cautionary tale for contemporary Christians in America. Consulting the
ajweed when related to the Holy Quran, means recitation of the Holy Quran in the way the prophet Muhammad (PBUH) recited the Quran. Tajweed in general means ‘to make it fine”. As the Holy prophet was the only person who produced the rightist pronunciation of the Almighty’s words in the Holy Quran. It is therefore imperative to learn Tajweed to apply the same to read the Holy Quran for getting exact pronunciation and meanings of the Quran words. The word Tajweed linguistically means 'proficiency ' or 'doing something well '.
 According to widely accepted notion of Christianity, sins can only be forgiven by accepting Jesus Christ as savior, by grace and through faith.  Although there are multiple conceptions of the atonement of Christ through historical period. Moral Transformation is one of the foremost paradigm of Christian history, still followed by Orthodox Church, stated salvation can only be achieved by faithfully and sincerely adhering to the teachings of Jesus and Jesus’s crucifixion is a mere martyrdom.  According to Christus Victor, salvation held after the spiritual struggle by defeating Satan’s power on human nature as Jesus defeated Satan.  The perspective of Ransom from Satan evolved the idea of Christus Victor by adding the notion that Jesus’s atonement has snatched the power of Satan and set humanity free from his curse.
Introduction: The word jihad is captured from the religious framework, which has a complicated meaning. It originates from the Arabic word ‘Jihada’. The term jihad or jihada mean strive or struggle. In Islamic term, it is struggling against our own affections, to make the community better, but non-Muslim consider this strives or struggle as violence or terrorism. The jihad is hard effort to prevent the temptations by following the five pillars of Islam.
These experiences are concerned with three topics. 1) “Similarly between religious experiences and how do they support the existence of God? 2) What philosophical problems are there that these experiences can give us knowledge about God? 3) Is there alternative explanation for experience?” William James described religious experiences as the heart of every religion. He further stressed the religious teachings, practices and attitudes comes secondly.
Three features of Dalit theology may be highlighted: 1. a theology of rejection and refutation. 2. A theology of aspiration and self-narration and 3, a theology of negotiation for liberation of all creation. Indian Dalit theology is emphatically concerned for the poor, the weak and the dispossessed. The principles of exegesis are required not just to analyse social situations but to transform situations of injustice and oppression in the light of the gospel, emphasizing that the true Church of Jesus Christ should be an agency of liberation, and a place where the poor find indications of a just and loving society, and the proper relations among human beings, hopes of the Kingdom of God.