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Rumi’s poem “Spiritual Journey” mentions much about Muslim eschatology and has Sufi, mystical undertones. In the first part of the poem Rumi describes the cycle of reincarnation and talks about the transformation process of the soul from the least complex physical unit (mineral) to the most complex (human). He places an emphasis on the eternality of life through spirit(…)

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I found our field trip to the Parma, OH Mosque and Hindu Temple to be very interesting. The architecture and layout of both spaces were relevant to their respective faiths. The practices and rituals used in both spaces seem to have very different elements. The mosque appeared to be a very grandiose space. It was a very large(…)

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All of the pieces in the art exhibit have very clear and present Quranic influences. Many of them have either verses from the Quran written on them in a calligraphic style or instruct Muslims on the proper forms of recitation. The influence of the Quran in all in the pieces indicates the major influence God has on Muslim(…)

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Prayer 24 of this collection of prayers from the Prophet is center on the principle of tawhid, which emphasizes the omnipotence of God. By emphasizing the all powerfulness of God, this prayer simultaneously tells its believers of the eternal presence of the all-seeing Allah. Because of God’s eternal presence, He is constantly assessing human actions(…)

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The Luqman chapter of the Qu’ran very clearly consists of moral verses, implying that it comes the Prophet’s Meccan period in which he had his revelations from Allah. The chapter highlights various moral codes, but overall seems to emphasize mainly the oneness and all-powerfulness of Allah. The first ten or so verses explain the overall(…)

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The Luqman chapter of the Qu’ran very clearly consists of moral verses, implying that it comes the Prophet’s Meccan period in which he had his revelations from Allah. The chapter highlights various moral codes, but overall seems to emphasize mainly the oneness and all-powerfulness of Allah. The first ten or so verses explain the overall(…)

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