UK Event: British Academy of Qur'anic Studies Presents "Qur'anic Duas"Wednesday, March 02, 2011 Read more → dua, events In the name of God, entirely Compassionate, especially Merciful | Peace be with you
British Academy of Qur'anic Studies (BAQS) presents a 2-day intensive course on:
The impulse to pray is among the most universal and innate of human behaviours – asking God to relieve, pardon, give, soothe, protect, guide, forgive, support, save and bless. Whether said in silence or uttered aloud, with others or alone, prayer has always been at the core of spiritual wellness - the lasting answer to an uncompromising condition of life.
This course on Qur’anic du’as will present a lucid, bold and moving account of the Qur’an’s “heroes of prayer” especially the Prophets (including Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus and Muhammad, may Allah bless them and grant them peace), as well as believing men and women, and angels. These du’as and adhkar are presented in the context of their missions and circumstances and bear extraordinary relevance to our world and lives today.
What you have said about the course:
"A great introductory on the significance & power of du'a of a Muslim. A personal reflection of the du'as of the Prophets [as] in there context." - Haroon Rashid
"I am pleased to know and learn about the stories of the Prophets and the context of du'as." - Hafisah
"I experienced the course to be engaging and mesmerising. It really brought the Qur'anic stories to life. It has inspired me to improve my du'as & pass what I have learned onto others." - Shabana Baig
"Ma'sha'Allah!! A very benefical course. Brought me closer to the Qur'an and Allah [swt] and the beauty of making du'a."
Date: Sat 5th – Sun 6th March, 2011
Instructors: Shaykh Abdur Rahman Helbawy
Time: 9.00am – 6.30pm
Venue: Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road,London, E1 4NS
Price: £59 - After 28th Feb, 2011
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