And Angels bring Word of Revelation to the Holy Persons/Prophets; which in written form is called a Book; so we have to believe in the Books also.
There are the "good" angels, and there are the fallen angels....
There are six Islamic aritcles of faith!!
Here they are:
Concept of God (The first article of faith in Islam is ‘Tawheed’ i.e. belief in the one Unique Eternal Creator of all creation).
The Hereafter i.e. Life after death
Qadr i.e. destiny
Yes; Qadr also means the natural expectation/estimation. I explain it; if somebody jumps from a 100 storey building; he would die. This way everything has been naturally designed, one should know about it. If somebody intakes poison it will be fatal. One can this way benefit from the divine design if one knows it; and one may suffer if one does not know:
He it is Who made the sun radiate a brilliant light and the moon reflect a lustre, and ordained* for it stages, that you might know the number of years and the reckoning of time. Allah has not created this but in truth. He details the Signs for a people who have knowledge.
http://www.alislam.org/quran/search2/sh … mp;verse=0
*Here the word ordained has been used in to translate the root word “q-d-r”; the moon has a set course to follow.
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