International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Perception of God and its Results in Today’s Muslim Communities: The Example of Ahmet Hulusi
Fatih Aman

The being which we put in the centre of our belief plays a dramatic role in shaping of our life. Accordingly, aperson who wants to solve the codes of a society in the shortest way, tries to comprehend the belief of that society at first. In this study, we address belief of God, perception of God and its results in Muslim communities specific to Ahmet Hulûsi. According to Ahmet Hulûsi, the perception of God in today’s muslim communities is in totemic outlook in which there is “The Other God” or “The Celestial God” belief. Because of this perception, Muslims experienced a weekness of waiting everything from “The Other God” and they could not shape their future since they did not use the power given them by God. In the past periods when sufism was valid, Muslims who led to use those powers became locomotives and trailed world counties after themselves.

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