The Challenges of Modernism, Post-Modernism, and Islam


(An Analytical Study)

Dr Sultan Mahmood Khan[([1])]

Aziz ul Rehman[([2])]

[([1])]Assistant Professor, The Department of Islamic Studies, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur

[([2])]Assistant Professor, Department of Translation Studies, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur,  Email:


In the Western world, the dilemma of religion and intellect is an important chapter of human history in the past. This conflict has had far-reaching effects on the whole world. The background of the conflict is that the religion which the Western world was aware of was not a revelation of God, but a contradiction of its nature. The religion revealed by Allah was based on “Tawheed” while in the distorted religion (Christianity) the “Trinity” was adopted. Similarly, according to the religion of Allah; every worshiper of God should worship Him. There was a group of priests between God and His servants in the religion that could not be justified without “reason”. According to the Divine Truth revealed by Allah, the sincere student was allowed to read and understand the book revealed by Allah, but the work of the “Interpretation and Interpretation” of the Book in the “Religious System” based on the distortion. Only the “religious class” could do that. It was common for Christians to accept their “interpretation” anyway.

Key Words: Modernism, Post-Modernism, Islam, Philosophy, Western world

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