In his magnum opus, Revival of the Religious Sciences, al-Ghazali begins the chapter on death as follows: Praise be to God, who with death did break the necks of tyrants, shattering with it the backs of Persia’s kings, cutting short… Read More ›
Belief in an afterlife is basically absent from the Old Testament. The Qur’an suggests a reason why.
Marcus J. Borg, an American New Testament scholar and theologian, in his last book ponders the strange absence of the afterlife in the Jewish Bible: ‘In the Old Testament, which is more than two-thirds of the Christian Bible, belief in… Read More ›
The lures of this world and it’s fleeting pleasures often make man forget that the life of the hereafter is an imminent reality.