Al-Sharq (Journal of Religious Studies) <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> en-US (Muhammad Ajmal Khan) (Muhammad Ajmal Khan) Mon, 28 Nov 2022 14:01:29 -0500 OJS 60 عصمتِ انبیاء کا قرآنی تصور اور بائبلی تحریفات <p>Divine guidance is the first source for every Semitic religion, and this is the responsibility of the Holy Prophets to deliver ALLAH’s message in such a way, which is described in the Holy books. The basic doctrines are declared in Semitic religions "Belief in Prophets" is one of them. Every Semitic religion stipulates that Prophets are innocent, but with the passage of time followers of these religions made certain changes in these doctrines, which not only created collied among Semitic religions but also provide criticism opportunities to non-Semitic religions as well. This paper will describe the status of the Prophets in the light of the Qur’an and the Bible. This not only shows the importance of this belief but also specifies the difference between Bible and Quran.</p> Dr.Sajid Mahmood, Dr. Hayat Ullah, Muhammad Arif Copyright (c) 2022 Mon, 28 Nov 2022 00:00:00 -0500 سورۃ النساء کی آیت ﴿بَدَّلْنَاهُمْ جُلُودًا غَيْرَهَا﴾ کی تفسیر کبیر کی روشنی میں تحقیق اور سائنسی تشریحات <p>When the skins of the Inmates of Hell will be burnt, Allah will create more skins over the inmates of Hell, and in the same way the skins will be burnt and will be created and the tormentors of Hell will be constantly punished. According to a narration of Hazrat Mu'adh, the skins will change hundreds of times in an hour. So that the guilty will continue to suffer the torment of Hell. This article explores why only skins change. Burning of meat was not mentioned. This point has also been proved by modern science that there are cells (Pain Receptors) in human skin that feel pain. If they are destroyed, then human beings do not feel irritation.</p> Dr. Atta Ullah, Khizar Hayat, Muhammad Umair Khan Copyright (c) 2022 Al-Sharq (Journal of Religious Studies) Fri, 30 Dec 2022 00:00:00 -0500 ہندوؤں کے چار مقدس ویدوں کا تعارف <p><em>Veda</em> means knowledge and wisdom. The word is often used to refer to the collection of knowledge and wisdom of the ancient <em>Brahmanas</em>, which included four sacred books; <em>Rigveda</em>, <em>Yajurveda</em>, <em>Samaveda</em>, <em>Atharaveda</em>. All four <em>Vedas</em> are considered <em>Shruti</em> which means revealed. But based on so many insider testimonials, we don't think it's right to consider them revelaed. There are several different texts of the <em>Vedas</em> known as <em>Shakhain</em> branches. The language of the <em>Vedas</em> is ancient hindi language or <em>Vedic</em> language and is older than <em>Sanskrit</em>. The compilation period of vedas is from 1500 to 500 BC. The first <em>Veda</em> is the "Rigveda". Rig has also been used to refer to verses, mantras, praises and celebrations, while the term Rigveda means the Veda of praise songs. The rest of the Veda repeats this. <em>Yajur</em> is derived from <em>Yaj</em> and means sacrifice. It contains <em>Rig</em> spells divided into different sections. Its two parts are the black <em>Yajur</em> and the white <em>Yajur</em>. <em>Sama</em> comes from saman which means song. In this <em>Veda</em>, most of the <em>Rigveda</em> is arranged in the form of different mantras and melodies. <em>Athara</em> is associated with fire, either with the priest who started the fire worship or with the priests of the <em>Angara</em> and <em>Atharava</em> families, who are known to have compiled the Atharaveda.</p> Syed Muhammad Rehan Al-Hasan Gelani, Dr.Abdul Rasheed Qadri Copyright (c) 2022 Al-Sharq (Journal of Religious Studies) Fri, 30 Dec 2022 00:00:00 -0500 مغربی مفکرین کے مطابق شخصیت کی تعریف کا قرآن مجیدکی روشنی میں مطالعہ <p>Western thinkers have given abundant definitions of personality. Among these thinkers, brain and psychology experts from various fields, including the fields of personality development, human resource management and management sciences, as well as theoretical and the experts of theoretical &amp; experimental psychology and neuroscience are also included. Their deifinations are surely different from each other but Being related to a primary sources and roots they can be echoed by some definition. The phinomina is that all these definitions are made in terms of personality skills, habits and institutional capabilities.&nbsp; All these definitions do not seem to deal with the inner self or the human soul behind this external personality. Only the individual expression of attitudes is called personality or character, which is the cause of many scientific and theoretical fallacies and one of the main reasons for the conflicting theories and definitions of modern psychology regarding personality.&nbsp; While in the Holy Qur'an, personality is called <em>Nafs</em> and it is defined as both outward and inward.&nbsp; According to the Holy Qur'an, the soul consists of the body and the soul along with the intellect, heart and sight.</p> Abdul Kareem Tahir, Dr. Nasir Ahmed Akhtar Copyright (c) 2022 Al-Sharq (Journal of Religious Studies) Fri, 30 Dec 2022 00:00:00 -0500 Contemporary Culture, Muslim Woman and Society: Enlightenment in the light of Islamic Legal Thought <p>Women have a great significance in human legal Culture. An in-depth study has been done regarding the significance of women in Islamic culture and how the development of status women takes place in Islamic legal thought. This topic is very much debatable that were the women stands in the history till now in this modern world. The status given to the women was not good in the human history. The present study defines how Islamic legal system raised position of the women in the society. Islam has given much importance to the women in social sphere considering equal status as human and not making difference on the basis of gender. This study provides the Islamic legal thought regarding position of women in the society and clarifies the confusions in this regard. For this, analytical and descriptive studies have been which concluded that women are giving their rights in the Islamic thought and Shariah. The religious institutions, human rights organizations and the government of the country should make policies in accordance with the progressive development in legislation with respect to the women for a better sustainable society.</p> Dr Zuha Qaisar, Dr Farhana Mehmood, Dr Sana Qaisar Copyright (c) 2022 Al-Sharq (Journal of Religious Studies) Fri, 30 Dec 2022 00:00:00 -0500