Principal Beliefs of Islam - Gerry-Sozio-SOR

Michaela De Santis, Rachael Bell, Kristina Gorgieva,
Cassie Nascimento
Religion of allegiance to God – Allah and
his prophet Mohammed.
 Islam’s book of revelations is the Qur’an.
 “entering into a condition of peace and
security with God, through allegiance or
surrender to him".
First Principle: Allah
Only one divine God.
 Rules alone.
 No other is like him.
 Perfect Attributes
“He is God, the One. God, to Whom the
creatures turn for their needs. He
begets not, nor was He begotten, and
there is none like Him.”
Second Principle: Angels
Belief in existence and are honored.
Worship the Islam god and obey him.
Angel Gabriel brought down the Qu’ran to
Michael was the instrument for carrying out the
plan of Allah for the creation of the universe.
Various unnamed angels perform such tasks
as helping Muslims in battle, protecting the
fates of heaven and hell, and keeping records
of the people’s thoughts and actions for
reference on Judgment Day.
Third Principle: Qu’ran
Revelation of Allah’s intentions is
through the prophets in the books of
 Main four books are named; The Torah
of Moses, the Psalms of David, the
Gospels of Jesus, and the Qur’an.
 The Qur’an is the last and most
Fourth Principle: Muhammed
 There are 28 messengers or prophets of
Allah, and Muhammed is the final and
 Muslims believe in a Rusul, the
messengers or prophets of God.
 To each Rusul God revealed a scripture
that held the same essential message as
the Qur’an.
Fifth Principle: Judgment Day
 Divine judgment will result in eternal
reward or punishment depending upon
Allah’s mercy and justice.
Sixth Principle: Predestination
 the moral quality of the individual
person’s thought and actions in life
contribute to the state of life after death.
 The Qur’an describes itself as a book of
warning humanity about the judgment
they will face in life after death.
 That day is called the Day of Reckoning
(Youm al-Qiyama).