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Is choosing to commit sin a possibility in Jannah?

No. لا يسمعون فيها لغوا ولا تأثيما They will not hear therein ill speech or commission of sin — Quran 56:25 ونزعنا ما في صدورهم من غل And We will remove whatever is in their breasts of resentment — ...
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Did Allaah ask us if we wanted free will?

I think it depends on how you interpret the word "amanah" in that verse. Here is one explanation of that word: The classical commentators give all kinds of laborious explanations to the term amanah ...
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Is disbelief in "free will" kufr?

I can answer you from the Shia perspective. According to the Imami school which is the Shia school of theology, human accountability for his deeds and Divine compensation for them are necessary ...
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What Islamic positions are there regarding whether people will have free will in akhirah?

As‘salaamu alaikum. First, let‘s clarify a few points ... While we have free will here in the dunya, it is not ABSOLUTE free will. We are at liberty to choose some of our actions, but we cannot have ...
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If Allah created mankind only to worship him, why did he give them freewill?

Man is given an opportunity to demonstrate his willingness to worship Allah: [He] who created death and life to test you [as to] which of you is best in deed - and He is the Exalted in Might, the ...
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Relationship between determinism and free will in ISLAM

In Islamic history Mu'tazilites are associated with the doctrine of tafweez or delegation. They believed we decide our fate all on our own without any Divine intervention. Ash'arites are associated ...
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Humans Given The Choice of Free Will

Yes. A classical scholarly view is that this verse (33:72) refers to humanity choosing Al-Amanah (the Trust), where they chose being entrusted with their own obedience ("free will")... in ...
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Islamic view of Qadar and freewill

We have free will. Thus, we are responsible for our actions. Utterances like whether Allah has written our destiny are potentially misleading. Just because He has written it does not mean that He has ...
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How is free will in humans logically justified?

For me the answer to this question is made of three parts: Knowledge of something happening has no effect on what is to happen e.g. I see two cars coming straight towards one another. I know they ...
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