Introduction



Say (O Muhammad): ´My Lord has guided me to a straight path, a well-founded deen, Millat Ibrahim (مِّلَّةَ إِبْرَاهِيمَ), a Hanif. He was not one of the idolaters´ (Q6:161) But as for those who have clear evidence from their Lord (Sunnatullah 30:30); followed up by a witness from Him (Revelation 69:40); and before it the ordain of Musa came as a model and a mercy (Tawba 7:156-157): such people have iman in it (Quran). Any faction which rejects it is promised the Fire. Be in no doubt about it. It is the Truth from your Lord. But most people have no iman (Q11:17)

Naturalist Muslim (حَنِيفًا مُّسْلِمًا)



Definition





The i'tiqad for Religious Naturalist

Religious naturalism combines a naturalist worldview with ideals, perceptions, traditions, and values that have been or are currently associated with many religions or religious institutions. The term "religious" in this context is construed in general terms, separate from the traditions, customs, or beliefs of any one of the established religions. Areas of inquiry include attempts to understand the natural world and the spiritual and moral implications of naturalist views. Understanding is based on knowledge obtained through scientific inquiry and insights from the humanities and the arts. Religious naturalists use these perspectives when they respond to personal and social challenges (e.g. finding purpose, seeking justice, coming to terms with mortality) and in relation to the natural world ... Believers in a supernatural entity (transcendent) are by definition not religious naturalists; Wikipedia

The i'tiqad of Millah Ibrahim
Premise 1: Validity (the study of Public Order and the Law of Nature)
Premise 2: Truth 2 3 (the study of Public Health, Enlightenment and Natural Person)
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Conclusion: Soundness 1 2 3 (the study of Morality, Natural Society and Natural Law)
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Say: "I advise you to do ONE THING ALONE: that you stand to Nature's God / Sunnatullah / Law of Nature / Logic / Truth, in pairs or as individuals, then reflect." (Q34:46)

Pharaoh said, "I show you only what I see, and I am guiding you along the right path." (Q40.29)

O Two Eras, Gog and Magog are destroyers of the land. (Q18:94)





Today I have perfected your deen for you and completed My blessing upon you and I am pleased with submission (system of Millah Ibrahim) as a deen for you(r humankind law). (Q5:3) ∴ say (Muhammad): ´My Lord has guided me to a straight path, a well-founded deen, Millah Ibrahim, a Hanif for he was not one of the mushrikun (moral relativism).´ (Q6:161)

Conclusion:

5% of the people think; 10% of the people think they think;
and the other 85% would rather die than think. - Thomas Edison

The i'tiqad

The i'tiqad for "Environmental Stewardship is a Whole-Person Way of Life".

Therefore

We do not make any distinction (divide & conquer) between them. (Q3:84)
  1. The i'tiqad for the study of Natural Law and Ecological Justice.
  2. The i'tiqad for Allah is Nature's God.
  3. The i'tiqad for Hanif is Pure Naturalist.
  4. The i'tiqad for People of Ibrahim is the Ecological Nation.
  5. The i'tiqad for Millah Ibrahim is the Ecological Jurisprudence.
  6. The i'tiqad for Qiyamah (wustha) is the sixth mass extinctions (climate change).

We do not make any distinction between the Ecological Citizens.

No bigotry in Nature and Naturalism; else hypocrisy.

The Messenger (is the one who) has iman in what has been sent down to him from his LordLaw (of Nature), and so do the pure natural believers. Each one has iman in Allah/Sunnatullah and His angels (al-Malik) and His Ordains and His Messengers. We do not differentiate between any of His Messengers. They say, ´We hear and we obey (Nature). Forgive us, our LordLaw (of Nature, Law of Cause and Effect)! You are our journey´s end (because there's no such thing as free will; viz. 'you are free to choose, but you are not free from the consequence of your choice').´ (Q2:285, Q3:84, Q4:150-151)

Religious Naturalism is The One World Religion


Indeed (People of) Ibrahim was a nation obedient to Nature's God, a man of pure natural belief for he was not one of the idolaters (moral relativism). He was thankful for His blessings. Nature's God chose him and guided him to a straight (natural) path. We gave him good in this world and in the Next World he will be one of the righteous. Then We revealed to you (Muhammad): ´Follow Millah Ibrahim, a man of pure natural belief for he was not one of the idolaters (moral relativism).´ (16:120-123)

He made all gods ONE (Nature's) GOD. (Q38:5)

Say: ´We have iman in what has been sent down to us and what was sent down to you. Our (Nature's) God and your (Nature's) God are ONE and we submit to Him (Natural Order / LordLaw).´ (Q29:46)

So call and go straight as you have been ordered to. Do not follow their (unnatural) whims and desires but say, ´I have iman in a Book sent down by Nature's God and I am ordered to be just between you. Nature's God is our Lord and your LordLaw. We have our actions and you have your actions. There is no debate between us and you. Nature's God will gather us all together. He is our final destination.´ (Q42:15) 

Let there be no compulsion in matters of faith for the Truth (natural) stands out clearly from Falsehood (unnatural). The one who reject the idols (forced justice) and choose to believe in Nature's God (natural justice) has indeed hung to a strong rope of security that never breaks; and Nature's God responses and proves all things. (Q2:256)