Table of Contents (blank exercise book for completion to course book exercises)
Day 1: How do we know that our Islaam is correct?
Day 2: What does it mean that Islaam will be strange?
Day 3: Is faith only what is in our hearts?
Day 4: Who is truly considered a Muslim?
Day 5: When is it necessary for me to ask a scholar?
Day 6: How do understand both our free choices and Allaah’s decree?
Day 7: What does it mean to worship someone else along with Allaah?
Day 8: Which religious innovations in Islaam are good?
Day 9: How can we know who are from those who are saved and upon the truth?
Day 10: Who is part of that group of always successful Muslims?
Day 11: Why are there divisions among the Muslims?
Day 12: What should my position be towards the schools of fiqh?
Day 13: What does it mean the saying that the world is cursed?
Day 14: Which of the many Sufee paths is based upon the Sunnah?
Day 15: Can I study from books of knowledge without a scholar?
Day 16: Should we praise the righteous scholars?
Day 17: What is the guidance of Islaam about our health?
Day 18: What should I do after falling into sin again and again?
Day 19: Do I have to make up for my previous negligence?
Day 20: What is considered impermissible imitation of non-Muslims?
Day 21: How should I interact with the non-Muslims I know?
Day 22: As a Muslim man can I have friends who are women?
Day 23: What is the ruling about alcohol and about recreational drugs?
Day 24: Are there kinds of music that are permissible in Islaam?
Day 25: What kinds of media and shows can I watch as a Muslim?
Day 26: Should we recite the Qur’aan even without understanding?
Day 27: Is it from the Sharee’ah to make dhikr while working?
Day 28: What are the rights of both Muslim wives and husbands?
Day 29: What is the correct understanding of trusting in Allaah?
Day 30: As a new Muslim do I need to change my name?