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.
The term “sophist” is used to refer to a person who argues using premises that he himself knows are false. Imam Abd Al-Qahir Al-Baghdadi briefly responds to the three major ‘schools’ of sophistry.
God is the necessary being who brought the set of all emergent beings into existence. This entails His being attributed with all necessary qualities. This article is dedicated to identifying some of those qualities.