We have made you (true Muslims) a moderate nation so that you could be an example for all people and the Prophet an example for you. (Al-Baqarah 2:143)
What is meant by “moderate” here?
What are the manifestations of the moderation of Islam? Why are we (Muslims) called a “moderate” nation, and the religion is called a ‘moderate’ religion?
Between the two extremes: rationalizing everything – I must understand to believe – and having complete blind faith, where does Islam stand?
How does Islam combine the middle path between these two extremes?
Between religion and daily life, spirituality and rituals, between this world and the hereafter, work and life, pleasures of this life and rewards of the Hereafter, between needs of the body and needs of the soul, between mysticism and rationalism, where does Islam stand?
About the status, role, rights and duties of men and these of women, what does Islam say? How are they different and how are they seen?
In sight of Islam’s moderation, what kind of life does the religion give to man?
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