Belief and Unbelief

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AUTHOR     :Bediuzzaman Said Nursi

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Discovering the true essence of one’s self, the universe and life

Discussions and comparisons vividly demonstrates the true natures of and difference between belief and unbelief through both concrete and rational arguments and producing the human conscience and basic nature as witnesses, especially through comparisons of belief and unbelief, of right guidance and misguidance. Using easily understood stories, comparisons, and explanations, the author produces categorical proofs, showing that modern scientific discoveries actually support and reinforce the truths of faith. Nursi uses the Qur’anic methodology of addressing each person’s intellect, and other inner and outer faculties, to encourage people to study the universe and its functioning in order to understand creation’s true nature and purposes, which will, in turn, lead to learning the Attributes of the One and only Creator as well as their own duties as God’s servants.

Bediuzzaman Said Nursi

Bediuzzaman Said Nursi was born in 1877 in eastern Turkey and died in 1960 in Urfa in Turkey. Readers may refer to his biography for details of his long and exemplary life, which spanned the last decades of the Ottoman Empire. Bediuzzaman displayed an extraordinary intelligence and ability to learn from an early age, completing the normal course of madrasa (religious school) education at the early age of fourteen, when he obtained his diploma. He became famous for both his prodigious memory and his unbeaten record in debating with other religious scholars. Another characteristic Bediuzzaman displayed from an early age was an instinctive dissatisfaction with the existing education system, which when older he formulated into comprehensive proposals for its reform. Contrary to the practice of religious scholars at that time, Bediuzzaman himself studied and mastered almost all the physical and mathematical sciences.




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