Thursday 9 May 2013

The Resurrection - A Fantasy or A Reality - How Can People Know?

There is no religious belief more disputed in the entire history of mankind than the belief in the resurrection. Even many with religious inclinations completely deny the resurrection or at least take it as a metaphor with no reality. The rise of atheism in modern times has only increased this tendency. Their usual line is <<There is nothing except our life on this earth, and never shall we be raised up again>> [Qur'an 6:29]

The Qur'an tell us that the The Resurrection is clear and obvious and its evidence is within us and all around us. So what is this evidence and why can't people see it? This is the subject of one of the most powerful early Makkan Surahs of the Qur'an - Surah Al-Qiyamah, which starts with <<Does man think We shall not put his bones back together?>> [75:3] and ends with <<Does He who can do this not have the power to bring the dead back to life?>> [75:40]

Join the Magnificent Journey Series Seminar on Surah Al-Qiyamah for a detailed explanation of this surah that would make you wonder how you could have missed such a seminar. This really is a life-saving seminar for Muslims (as well as for non-Muslims) in this day and age where the thinking of the human being has been reduced to what is immediate and apparent as described in the same surah <<Nay, but you do love the fleeting Now and neglect the Hereafter>> [75:20-21]

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Surah Al-Qiyamah
The Resurrection - A Fantasy or A Reality?
The Magnificent Journey Seminar Series

By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi (Oxford)

Date: Saturday 18th May 2013    Time: 10AM - 6PM

Venue: Cambridge University and Live On-line Web Access << Click Here To Register

"Jazakumullahu khayran. I can't thank you enough for the opportunity. I am so impressed by the Sheikh, subhanallah, mashaAllah. A very rare example of tradition fused with awareness of the environment and reality while not compromising God consciousness. If only there were more like him. Questions, I'm so glad we can ask them even if it's not about the sura. Yes, how else are we to learn from his wisdom and experience if we don't ask? The issues facing Muslims in the West are so many and so confusing and I just love the fact that he does not have an inferiority complex about Islam. It's really sad to see psychologically defeated scholars start throwing away tradition in the name of progress and fitting in. Sheikh Akram Nadwi gives you the sense that the real life is in the hereafter so don't have to get so tied up with the philosophies and controversies that sometimes take away our attention from the real purpose. The onus is on us, are we being pious?" - Aisha Barkatulla, Cambridge

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