CHILDREN’S

FAITH QUESTIONS

This book/site is directed to Muslim parents devoted in teaching faith to their children in the times of globalization and unlimited access - through technology - to all that is confusing and/or contradictory to the Islamic faith.

Abdullah ibn Hamad Arrakf

Introduction

This book is directed to Muslim parents devoted in teaching faith to their children in the times of globalization and unlimited access - through technology - to all that is confusing and/or contradictory to the Islamic faith. As we know, Allah and His prophet have ordered us, Muslims, to take good care of our children and tend to their spiritual and physical needs. Muslim parents ought to teach their children, raise them, protect them from corruption, and instruct them to follow Allah’s orders. In fact, we are held accountable for this specific duty.

The Definition of

Nurturing of Faith

When educators discuss the concept of nurture, they mean a purposeful and developed process maintained by rules that aim to establishing good habits in children through guidance, training, education, refinement, and practice. Nurturing also aims to preserve the innate nature and talents of children, to protect them, and to guide them towards righteousness and perfection that prepares a good human being ready for the responsibly of life.

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Raising children by parents, as educators agree, is crucial to their transition into successful life.

Lack of parents in child’s life leads to challenges children may not be able to overcome. After all, children look up to their parents and their integrity – later in life - is contingent upon their parents’ upbringing. If parents raise their children well, the children will be better equipped to deal with the outside world. If parents fail to raise their children well, children will be ill-mannered and prone to failure.

Allah is our Creator and Sustainer. He is the One who created everything and everyone around us.

We do not know. There is nothing like Allah. He is the One who created me, you, and everyone. Allah is different from man. Man cannot create man, while Allah can; He can do anything He wants.

No one. Allah is the creator of everything. That is why we worship Him alone. We do not worship anything that is created. Allah is not created; the process of creation applies only for the creature. No one can ever bring Allah from nonexistence. Otherwise, He would be a creature, too.

Since Allah was not created and that He neither begets nor was born, then He has no beginning or an end. He does not have an age like humans, because He is the Creator. Allah Almighty is the First ever.

Allah is not male or female. He is the creator of these two concepts. He said: “And that He created the two mates - the male and female.” Allah the Almighty is above classification.

There are two types of evidence that proof Allah’s existence: Logical and tangible. As we can see. This world is very intricate. Either it happened by chance, created itself, or it is created by a Creator.

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The enlisted answers in this research are primarily directed to parents, those who deal with the children’s questions - teachers, mentors… etc.

and to those who are requested to adjust the answers’ content to suit the kid’s age, level and ability. We can’t give one answer for different age, mind and ability levels; therefore, what concerns us is the soul of the answer & its reality, not the scripted words. Also, the variation of answering style between direct & indirect ones so that we can provide the greatest amount possible of imagination for the reader. He, on the other hand, should take the core of these answers and rephrase them in the way he sees most suitable for his kid.

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