About Islam: Allah (God) swt
About Allah: Excerpts from the Qur'an and Bihar al-Anwar about Allah (swt).
Al-Tawhid and Its Social Implications : Oneness of God as a World outlook, outlook of human existence and as a social approach.
Allah: The Concept of God in Islam Knowing God, His 99 attributes, the Unity of God, and supplicating to Him
Fundamentals of Knowing God In this research, effort has been made to discuss and compare the genuine foundations and basic fundamentals of Knowing God and the ways of gaining the knowledge of God in Divine Religions and in Greek Philosophy.
God and His attributes elief in God, God in the Qur'an, free will, and a discussion of some of attributes of God. Translated by Dr. Hamid Algar.
God: An Islamic Perspective A short text explaining the fundamental Islamic principle of belief in single, unique God. The author explains why this belief is both rational and scientific, and concludes with a section on Tawhid and the attributes of Islam.
Islam and Religious Pluralism
An indepth discussion on the Islamic perspective of
Religious Pluralism. This book offers rational answers to questions such
as: will the great inventors and scientists, despite their worthy
services for humanity, go to Hell? Will the likes of Pasteur and Edison
go to Hell whilst indolent people who have spent their lives in a
corner of the Masjid go to Heaven?
Justice of God A short text on the nature of Allah's attribute of `Adl (Justice) where the author discusses philosophical issues about its seeming incompatibility with events like natural disasters as well as with Allah's own Divine Will.
Knowing God Perfection of faith, seeking God, God and reason, acceptance of the unseen, and materialism.
The Justice of God The concept of the 'Justice of God' in Islam. This book deals with philosophical topics such as 'Test and Suffering', 'Action and Knowledge of God', 'Fate and Divine Decree'.
Understanding God’s Mercy, Part I In this paper, the author examines the infiniteness of God’s mercy and His aim in creating man as seen in His qualities and actions, in divine sayings, and in the supplications and hadiths of the Ahlul Bayt (a).