Wednesday, June 7, 2017

What does Islam say regarding resurrection? Scientific and Islamic Perspectives

It’s fact that every human and living creature is destined to finish and die. This law is universal and there is no exception at all. In other words, we can say every born is happened to die. Although, all people of the world are supposed to have this faith yet Muslims’ believe in this regard is firm and mature. The elimination and cessation of human beings are called death. There are many questions regarding resurrection and death and almost all religions have the same idea and concept regarding these types of beliefs. All heavenly religions emphasize on accepting the happening of resurrection.   

Islam says that death is willed by Lord for the people and creatures on the earth. We can declare earth as a passing state which comes closer when one’s destined time is over. It’s a passing state between immortal life and temporary existence on Earth.  

The initial stage of death
Usually and traditionally, death starts when the victim faces an angle deployed to pull souls of human beings. This encounter occurs personally with no physical view for the people around. This angle is dispatched by Allah and appointed to arrive at the destined time of living creatures. In simple words, death is disengagement of the body from the soul resulting in the elimination of breathing. 

The judgment day begins for the one dies
Apparently, people consider death the elimination of one’s life but it’s more than this simple concept. Actually, the judgment day begins for the one who dies since numerous incidents start occurring soon after death. The dead body starts seeing and noticing things considered signs of heaven and hell. The dead body knows what is going to happen in terms of enjoying splendid gardens of heaven or terrible fires of hell.
In the grave, humans are given some trials which are called a preliminary trial. The angles naming Munkar and Nakeer are posted to give humans a preview of what has been written for him in the hereafter.