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What is the concept of hoolol in Sufism?

What is hulool Shortly one could say hulool الحلول is incarnation. It means that one thing is absorbed or incarnated in an other thing by a complete mixing. It's usually an expression used by those ...
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Is Islam a pantheistic Religion?

Is Islam a pantheistic Religion? No, Islam is not a pantheistic religion. In Islam, "everything is Allah's" not "everything is Allah" (which is the fundamental pantheistic doctrine). If I cut down ...
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What is the concept of hoolol in Sufism?

Salaam! This is rightly a very sensitive issue! It is true that misconception of the doctrine of omnipresence leads to blasphemous assumptions like equating God with creation. But it's a faulty ...
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Allah's Intervention

As far as I have understood, you have asked two different questions... ...does Allah own the events like children dying in a bomb as well?... To understand answer to this question, you have to ...
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Allah's Intervention

In a nutshell: Here is Donya (world), in where we are to be tested by common/natural conditions, not solely with miracle or ... Otherwise, e.g. wouldn't Allah make gravity which can be the cause of ...
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Allah's Intervention

No, not really. Whilst Allah is Sustainer and Creator of all that it exists, this does not mean that men and women are not responsible for their actions. The Qu'ran says, 'you will certainly be tried.'...
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Allah's Intervention

This is more of a chat question, however a very interesting question nevertheless. I, too, have thought about this often, and have come to a conclusion that I see fit personally. You may accept it, or ...
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Is Islam a pantheistic Religion?

Pantheism has several formulations not all of which or their components are necessarily consistent with Quran. In the Islamic world, Sufis have put forward descriptions of Allah that somewhat resemble ...
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Is Islam a pantheistic Religion?

This idea has no place in islamic theology. The godhead is said to have certain attributes which it manifests, its ontology undivided in itself and independent of creation. Your other question here (...
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