About this course
This course analyses the definition of religion from an Islamic viewpoint, the superiority of Islam to all man-made religions and doctrines, the Islamic perspective on studying other religions and doctrines, and the correct methodology of dealing with the differences between Islam and other religions, including the necessary tools to refute other religions and doctrines while not being offensive.
This course aims to provide a brief analysis of the Islamic perspective on studying other religions and doctrines. Shed light on the proper way to approach other religions and doctrines. Define Religion from an Islamic and analytical viewpoint. Lay the foundations for a scholarly analysis and interpretation of the different religions and doctrines of the world. Familiarize students with the correct methodology of dealing with the differences between Islam and other religions. Demonstrate the superiority of Islam to all man-made religions and doctrines. Provide students with the necessary tools to refute other religions and doctrines while not being offensive. Shed light on the importance of giving dawah to each individual while possessing a deep understanding of faith. Clarifying issues of Aqeedah sometimes confused with other religions.(3 credit hours)
About the Instructor(s)
Dr. Muhammad Salah is the “Religious Adviser” of Huda Satellite TV, one of the world leading Islamic Channels broadcasting exclusively in English since 2005.
He is the presenter of “Ask Huda” , “Correct Your Recitation” and “Gardens of the Pious” programs, which were rated as the highest viewed programs to be broadcasted by Huda TV.
Dr. Salah led the Islamic Center of Victoria, Texas and founded two Islamic and Arabic schools.
He was a lecturer at Al-Azhar University, Islamic University of North America and London College online
Dr. Salah had enriched the Islamic video library by producing more than 2000 of live and recorded broadcasting hours in both English and Arabic languages.
Dr Salah has BA in pharmacology
And BA in Islamic Law, Alazhar university.
Masters degree in Dawah and Ph.D. In Islamic studies and Fiqh.