The branch of Islamic scholarship that studies the final assessment of humanity of Allah, with annihilation of all life, resurrection, and judgment.

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The language of afterlife

I am wondering what will be the language after life? I couldn't find anything anywhere so asking it here. Is there any ayah or hadith related to what will be language after life?
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What is the concept of araf?

I have studied about "araf". It is place between heaven and hell . I have asked for scholars and there is lot of different views about it . Some say it place for those who did not get to heaven or ...
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Does hell and heaven, the ones mentioned in the Quran, currently exist?

In Quran we have a lot of verses talking about the hell and the heaven and their characteristics. What I want to know is that whether the hell and heaven mentioned in Quran currently exist?
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Does Allah destroy humans on the Day of Judgment?

Does Allah also destroy humans completely as if some of them had never existed (just vaporized)? If so, does this mean that a human being is better off being completely destroyed than being tormented ...
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Existence of places other than the hell and heaven

Recently it was brought to my knowledge that there are certain hadith which point to the fact that places other then sole hell and heaven exist. Is it that true? "Places" here refers to the places ...
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What is the Islamic word for hell & heaven?

I understand that Dunya=This world, Akhira=Hereafter. Now can Akhira refer to heaven or hell? Or does it mean the life after death? What are the islamic word for Hell & Heaven especially as ...
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Why is Jesus predicting his death and raising to life in Sura 19?

My question falls under the 'those interested in learning more about Islam' category, so please forgive any naivety in my question here. I've read the majority of the Quran, and I've always been ...