NASA does not believe in God. Do you believe in God?
NASA believes that Man evolved from the monkey. Do you believe man evolved from the monkey?
Do you believe that Sarah and the wife of Zakariyah were barren and God had to say “Be” and they gave birth to their sons?
Did the sons have a father? We know that because the Qur’an reveals that Isaac is the son of Abraham and John the Baptist is the son of Zakaryah.
Did that event suspend or break the Law of Nature?
Or was it normal Law of Nature for barren women to have a child?
Will NASA believe you when you tell them that barren women have given birth by God saying “Be, and it is”?
Have you read the story of Mary in the Qur’an?
I do not think so because since you have joined this forum you are asking this person and that person about the earnings of a woman and whether renting one’s house is permissible, etc.
Have you ever asked Allah to give you true knowledge of the Qur’an?
And will Allah give you knowledge if you are idolizing this man and that book and not relying on His inspirations?
The people on this forum cannot answer your question about your wife’s earning because they do not believe that God created Man as the “vicegerent of God” and that he must “inherit and rule” this world with utmost justice.
Like people in NASA, they believe the humans evolved from the monkey. Besides, they also believe that present man is “successor” of man that evolved from the monkey whom they believe are Jinns.
Likewise, the people on this forum you ask for knowledge of the Qur’an on renting your house or buying a house, etc, cannot help you because they believe in Islamic economics and Islamic politics. They are no better than those who believe in Islamic dressing, Islamic education, Islamic image, Islamic art, Islamic symbol, Islamic banking, Islamic science, Islamic medicine, etc, etc.
In the unified field of the Islamic way of life there is no universal sign, symbol, color, art, dressing, culture, custom, tradition, socio-economical and political affiliation, etc, etc.
Please don’t waste my time. I have discussed all these topics in great detail over the past four years on this forum.
I am guided to interpret the Qur’an through the Creeds of Abraham, the worldview teachings of Tawhid (unity and universality), which is cardinal teachings and essence of Islam, the methodology of ilm-ul-yaqin, ayn-ul-yaqin and haqq-ul-yaqin, etc.
Tell me how are you guided to interpret the Qur’an?
If you are happy with what you are following, please yourself. The choice is yours.
I will not be in touch with this forum for a while because my wife passed away at the beginning of July and I am relocating with my sister.