Ultimate Objectivity in the Qur’an

By Truth Seeker Staff


Muslim scholar Dr. Jamal Badawi

This is a great lecture by Dr. Jamal Badawi, Canada, on the ultimate objectivity in the Qur’an. It is a brief explanation of verses 34:24-25 from the Qur’an which explain to a Muslim the proper way to speak to people of other religions or beliefs, when conveying the message of Islam. Join us to watch and learn more.

Some verses on objectivity in the Qur’an

Allah the Almighty says in His Ever-Glorious Qur’an what means,

“Say: Who giveth you provision from the sky and the earth? Say: Allah. Lo! we or you assuredly are rightly guided or in error manifest. Say: Ye will not be asked of what we committed, nor shall we be asked of what ye do. Say: Our Lord will bring us all together, then He will judge between us with truth. He is the All knowing Judge.” (Saba’ 34: 24-26)

Now, let’s watch the video…


About Dr. Jamal Badawi

Dr. Jamal Badawi is a professor at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Canada, where he currently teaches in the areas of management and religious studies. He is the author of several works on various aspects of Islam.

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