HE IS . . .
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How do we understand his Names and Attributes? Get inspired through learning the in-depth meanings of His Names and Attributes and the science behind them. What's the difference between His Name, Attribute, Action, and Description? See the wisdom of the selective usage and sequence of His Names in the Quran. Unlock the secrets linked to His Names and success. Learn the secrets on how to make every action a form of worship. Witness history unfold and see what role Greek philosophy plays in interpreting His Names and Attributes.
- Understanding the names and attributes of Allah
- The difference between His names and attributes
- Allah's purpose of mentioning two names in one verse
- The importance of affirmation and negation of Allah's names and attributes
- Making more powerful du'aas using His names
- How understanding His names and attributes will increase your emaan
- Signs that Allah loves you
- Comparing the concept of god in Islam with other religions
- Understanding the greatest verse in the Quran: Ayat ul Kursi
- Seeing calamities differently
- Maximizing your du'aa and dhikr
- And much more!
Shaykh Zakir Choudhury was born and raised in new York City, and currently resides in Queens, New York. He graduated from St. John’s University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science, majoring and graduating as a Physician Assistant. He began his formal Islamic studies at FKAD Institute in 2010 with the launch of the Associate’s Degree Program in Arabic and Islamic Studies. After 5 years of continuous study, Shaykh Zakir graduated the FKAD ADP program with high honors. Currently, he is a lead instructor for FKAD’s ADP program, where he specializes in Aqeedah and Quranic Studies as well as a curriculum developer for FKAD’s Beginners Arabic Program, and a lecturer at Masjid 'Eesa ibn Maryam. Shaykh Zakir also currently practices as a Physician Assistant and specializes in interventional orthopedic spine care.
“My heart was softening to the remembrance of Allah, my personality was changing, my state of mind was being refined, my outlook on life developed further as I got to know my Creator more."
- Radiyyah Hussein
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