Islam teaches that after we die, we will be raised up again for judgment by allah on the day of judgment, all people will either be rewarded with eternity in heaven, or punished with eternity in hell.
In 'god: an islamic perspective”, it has been explained that if this view were correct then “the universe would have been without life” because ''matter has no life” and “it could not give to universe what it did not possess itself.
Like christians, muslims believe that the present life is only a trial preparation for the next realm of existence this life is a test for each individual for the life after death a day will come when the whole universe will be destroyed and the dead will be resurrected for judgment by god. A brief insight into the question as to why there is a day of judgement, and what is the end of religions other than islam this website is for people of various faiths who seek to understand islam and muslims it contains a lot of brief, yet informative articles about different aspects of islam new articles are added every week.
An introduction on islam’s straight forward philosophy and outlook on life reward, punishment and judgment we share our world with countless contemporaries with whom we interact, yet essentially we face our destiny alone. The six pillars of faith and other islamic beliefs belief in life after death belief in life after death islam views death to be a natural threshold to the next stage of existence the afterlife will be one of rewards and punishments which is commensurate with earthily conduct.
Islamic eschatology is the branch of islamic theology concerning the end of the world, and the day of resurrection after that, known as yawm al-qiyāmah (arabic: يوم القيامة , ipa: [jawmu‿lqijaːma], the day of resurrection) or yawm ad-dīn (يوم الدين, arabic pronunciation: [jawmu‿ddiːn], the day of judgment.
Muslims believe in the day of judgment and heaven and hell each person is responsible for the judgment he or she will receive afterlife and salvation this is a reward for you, and your. God promises us in the quran: “and those who believe and do righteous deeds – we will surely remove from them their misdeeds and will surely reward them according to the best of what they used to do” (29:7.