The chief argument for the beginninglessness of the world presumes that effects necessarily exist if their cause does, and that God is the cause for the world, entailing the existence of the world so long as God does. This article presents Imam Al-Razi's response.
Imam Fakhr Al-Deen Al-Razi's proof for the legitimacy of Abu Bakr's Caliphate. Contrary to the Twelvers, who claim that he usurped leadership from 'Ali Ibn Abi Talib.
The Twelvers claim that the Prophet ﷺ appointed 'Ali Ibn Abi Taleb as his successor. Is this true? Imam Fakhr Al-Deen Al-Razi argues against this claim in his Ma'alim Uusul Al-Deen.
Tasalsul is the belief that the present moment is preceded by an infinite number of past events. In proving the existence of God, Imam Al-Ghazali offers three arguments for the impossibility of this belief.
Responding to a populat Twelver criticism regarding the seeing of Allah by the believers in the hereafter. Does this entail His corporeality?