Concept of God in Major Religions By Zakir Naik
Author: Zakir Naik
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2009
About This Book:
Dr. Zakir Naik's "Concept of God in Major Religions" is a comprehensive investigation of the divine's understanding in several major religions around the world. Dr. Naik, a famous Islamic scholar, compares the concept of God as portrayed in Islam, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, and other major faith systems. This enlightening book aims to promote mutual understanding and tolerance among individuals of various religious views by showing the similarities and variations in their perceptions of the Divine.
Dr. Zakir Naik conducts a comprehensive comparative investigation of the concept of God in various world faiths. The book investigates the parallels and differences in how many faiths view the divine, providing readers with a complete and insightful perspective.
Sacred Text Quotations:
The author supports his investigation with quotations from the sacred scriptures of each religion. Dr. Naik emphasizes truth and authenticity in presenting the beliefs about God as defined in the founding scriptures of different faiths by leaning on the sources.
Dr. Naik uses logical reasoning to explore and evaluate various God conceptions. The book encourages readers to investigate the theological foundations of many religions critically, building a nuanced awareness of the various ways in which individuals see the Divine.
The book acts as a bridge between diverse religious communities, to encourage interfaith understanding. It aims to encourage conversation and mutual respect by illuminating the similarities and differences in major world religions' conceptions of God.