The 21st Century has given birth to more ideological attacks on the religion of Islam than any other period of time in the history of mankind. The internet is a minefield of information and the advent of technology has propelled these attacks to unsuspecting eyes and ears across the globe. Baseless claims originated by non-Muslim orientalists are sadly creeping into the minds of Muslims. Join Ustadh Abdulrahman Hassan and Ustadh Muhammad Tim Humble live on Sunday 5th July at 7pm (BST) for a captivating discussion on how to navigate through a world full of doubts, trials & tribulations.
0:00 – Introduction
1:55 – Broad methodology to overcome doubts
7:00 – Don’t expose yourself to doubts
15:20 – A beneficial experience from the University of Madinah
16:40 – How to deal with doubts
22:25 – Qur’anic guidelines for dealing with doubts
36:00 – It’s okay if you don’t know everything
43:09 – Respond in the way that is best
45:10 – The presence of doubts can also bring about good
51:15 – Some people just don’t want to know the truth
53:15 – Sources of doubts
1:00:00 – Allah will help you in beautiful ways
1:03:40 – More methods to deal with doubts
1:09:10 – How can we learn Islam when there are so many doubts?
1:12:30 – Every doubt has two responses
1:18:00 – How important is it for the du’aat to learn Western ideologies?
1:25:26 – The importance of going back to the scholars
1:26:40 – How to deal with doubts in prayer (salah)?
1:29:20 – How to acquire certainty (yaqeen)?
1:35:36 – How to debate with disbelievers or people of innovation?
1:38:12 – The dangers of Hyde Park ‘debates’
1:49:10 – Does learning worldly education increase doubts in a person?
1:53:50 – If somebody is struggling to remove doubts, does it mean he is not sincere?
1:58:40 – Differences of opinion in Islam
2:03:10 – Don’t learn Islam from the outside
2:05:30 – The importance of learning your religion before debating
2:08:00 – Conclusion