AQA GCSE “Belief in Angels is the most important of the 6 articles of faith”. Assess this view. (12 marks)

Colour Code: Blue – Your argument  Red – Argument against  Purple – Response In the religion of Islam Angels are considered to be made of light, are subservient to human beings, have no free will and therefore act exactly as Allah commands them to. In response against the statement, it can be claimed that Tawhid … Continue reading AQA GCSE “Belief in Angels is the most important of the 6 articles of faith”. Assess this view. (12 marks)

AQA GCSE “If there is no life after death, there is no point of being a good Muslim”. Discuss. (12 marks)

Colour Code: Blue – Your argument  Red – Argument against  Purple – Response All Muslims believe that because of Allah’s judgement, there will be everlasting paradise or punishment depending on how we have lived our lives. This eternal life is known as Akhirah. On the one hand, Muslims believe that Allah is just. This justice … Continue reading AQA GCSE “If there is no life after death, there is no point of being a good Muslim”. Discuss. (12 marks)

AQA GCSE “The Qur’an is the most important source of authority in Islam.” Evaluate this statement. (12 marks)

Colour Code: Blue – Your argument  Red – Argument against  Purple – Response The Qur’an is believed to be the revelation of God to the Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) over the time span of 22 years. It is considered to be one of the main sources of authority for Muslims, meaning it gives direction to their … Continue reading AQA GCSE “The Qur’an is the most important source of authority in Islam.” Evaluate this statement. (12 marks)

AQA GCSE “Assess the significance of both Adam and Ibrahim as prophets”. (12 marks)

Colour Code: Blue – Your argument  Red – Argument against  Purple – Response A key belief within Islam is Rishalah (Prophethood). Muhammed (PBUH), the Seal of the Prophets, is regarded as the most important messenger of God, yet this does not diminish the role of other Prophets. Adam and Ibrahim have great significance which I … Continue reading AQA GCSE “Assess the significance of both Adam and Ibrahim as prophets”. (12 marks)