Author: Harun Yahya
Publisher: Islamic Book Service (2004)
Pages: 120 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
A person who has been raised in an unbelieving society can be rightly guided to Allah's path. However, this person might initially find it difficult to understand some of the attributes of the society of believers. Therefore, it is quite likely for new believers, who are doing their best to learn all they can about Islam, to ask questions based upon their former non-Islamic ways of thinking and reasoning when confronted with certain matters. The Qur'an answers all these questions, and replaces all the distorted logic and behavior of the society far away from religion with what is right and lawful. Therefore, rather than blaming newcomers to Islam for asking such questions or considering their thoughts unusual, we should do our best to answer them.
The purpose of this book is to provide answers from the Qur'an to the questions of those who have recently become acquainted with the Qur'an and believers and who are still, to a degree, under the influence of the morality practiced by their unbelieving societies. It is hoped that those who ask these questions out of a sincere desire to receive answers will be satisfied with these answers and obey Allah’s commands, and that their pursuit of the truth will lead them to find the true answer in the Qur'an, which is the source of guidance for humanity.