Prof. Ahmad Rafique Akhtar (born April 15, 1941) is a notable self made Islamic scholar from Pakistan. He is from Gujar Khan. A graduate of Government College, Lahore, he has been associated with teaching for years. Finally, he resolved<!-- retired? --> to his small crockery shop in Gujar Khan, near Islamabad. There he started delivering lectures on different Islamic and philosophical topics and this eventually grew to such an extent that he had to travel all over the country and different places in the world. Many of his lectures have been published in books.
Prof. Ahmed Rafique AkhterProfessor Ahmad Rafique Akhtar is a distinguished Muslim scholar of Modern Era. The enlightment of his thoughts has heralded the dawn of a new age in the present world. Due to his acquaintance with books, intricate queries in his wits; he studied literature, philosophy, Mythologies and all contemporary subjects during his student life. His tendency of intensive study led him to think profoundly about God. This inquisitiveness of mind continued its progress towards the logical end. He was gifted with a philosophical approach which is not satisfied without scrutinizing the process of intellectual capacity, objectively according to scientific principles. At the stage of his career choice, his exuberance and intelligence reached its pinnacle when he was faced with the most problematical query of its nature, “Does God exist or Does he not ”, “Am I free or to be accountable... Read More