Man and Islam

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Dr. Ali Shariati was an extraordinary creative genius, who possessed an enormous oratory and literary power that brought new life and permanency to the Islamic movement. He left behind the chronicles of his illustrious life and  the vast collection of his prolific writings and lectures for the world. In this lecture, Dr. Shariati deliberates that in Islam man is not subjugated by God, since he is the Lord's associate, friend, trustee and kinsman on earth. God taught man and all the angels prostrated themselves before him. This such a two-dimensional being needs a religion which can protect him from swinging to either asceticism or worldliness, and continually keep him at an equilibrium. Only a two-dimensional religion is able to give reality to man's great responsibility.  H/B pgs.128

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