The Universal Religion
This booklet is a modest effort to present Islam in a new light to the Christian West and to the non-muslim communities of India. As a study in comparative religion between Islam, Christianity and Hinduism, the Islamic belief in the 'ONENESS' of God is brought into full focus in all its vivid simplicity in sharp contrast to the confusing concept of 'Trinity' preached by Christianity and the mumble-jumble half monotheistic half pantheistic doctrines known as Vedic Monism preached by the Hindu scriptures. Islam, on the other hand, is based on a well defined rationalistic belief in the absolute ONENESS of God, calling incessantly to look for His signs in the mysteries of this wonderful creation , its beauty, symmetry and the all-pervading purpose.
- The original name of the book
- the writerFazal Kareem
- GroupingReligions & Sects
- number of pages