Shaykh Bilal Philips explains why it is important for Muslims not to go to extremes in religion and to stay on the middle path. This middle path is moderation based on the revelation.
Through the Legacy of Ibrahim (a), personified as a flourishing tree (14: 24 – 25), we find that, to live a balanced life, one must have firm roots in faith, nurture familial values, and cultivate communal success. By Inculcating Abrahamic values: obedience to Allah (swt), love for family, and a dedication to people, we hope to improve both our lives in this world, as well as the hereafter.
Allah mentions in the Quran that Muslims are a ‘middle nation’ (Ummah Wasat). What exactly does this phrase mean? And how is Islam a ‘middle’ path between all other paths?
Join Shaykh Dr. Yasir Qadhi in this electrifying lecture that explains, in many different areas, how exactly Islam is the ‘middle path’ in all affairs of human life.
Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan discusses Allah’s theme of balance in the Qur’an.