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Gnosticism
Since the beginning, pure monotheism has fought a hefty battle with the forces of dualism. The starting point of the Gnostic-Dualist philosophy is to attribute substance, or an essence, to evil (or darkness)...
Review of Yuval Noah Harari’s “Sapiens” and “Homo Deus”
The books definitely deserves praise due to the amount of details they contain and the way they are presented. One surely has to laugh aloud several times while reading and gets amazed about the quantity of information collected, as if the author wants to convince one of his point of view by the sheer weight of his arguments. Unfortunately, not all information presented are based on facts...
A picture in the mirror
The power of the rational mind is impressively demonstrated to us every day, because all modern technology is based on it. The fact that technical progress is linked with the destruction of the planet is, however, not blamed on rationality...
Quantum physics and perception
Time is an emergent phenomenon that is a side effect of quantum entanglement, say physicists. And they have the first experimental results to prove it. Many paradoxes get clarified now and we get a deeper understanding of our existence and the meaning of the Koran.
Lucifer
Luciferianism is about the idea that humanity can reach divinity through human means. This philosophy is represented symbolically by two mythical figures, which have the same characteristics: Prometheus and Lucifer. Both are regarded by certain groups as benefactors of humanity, since they brought fire and light to the aspiring people, representing divine knowledge...

Transcendence
The description of God as a tyrant, who does not tolerate disobedience, like the Luciferianists perceive it, is correct when we make a picture of God, and perceive Him as a being from which we are substantially different.

Seeking Hidaya
Guidance is a central theme of the Qur'ân, it is mentioned far more than a hundred times therein! It is itself called "the guidance for the god-fearing" and "the criterion (of right and wrong)"! Unfortunately, Qur'ân and Sunnah are nowadays mostly reduced to its function as the "lawgiver" only, not so much seen as a spiritual guide...

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