A Book on Islamic Studies By Abdur-Rahman Al-Mahmood

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A Book on Islamic Studies By Abdur-Rahman Al-Mahmood
ISBN: 9786035000871
Author: Abdur-Rahman Al-Mahmood
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 189
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2007
About This Book:
"A Book on Islamic Studies" by Abdur-Rahman Al-Mahmood arises as a careful aid in the hunt for information and a more profound comprehension of Islam. This book adopts an extensive strategy for Islamic examinations, offering perusers a coordinated examination of different parts of Islamic investigations, incorporating philosophy, history, and useful bits of knowledge to make a balanced comprehension of Islamic confidence.
Foundational Principles:
Abdur-Rahman Al-Mahmood lays out a strong groundwork by digging into the fundamental thoughts of Islam, like the mainstays of confidence, love, and the moral lessons that structure the existence of a rehearsing Muslim.
Thematic Exploration:
The book jumps into significant issues like Islamic law, religious philosophy, and otherworldliness. Each segment is fastidiously ready to furnish perusers with a superior comprehension of the different perspectives that make up the perplexing embroidery of Islamic investigations.
Historical Context:
Al-Mahmood gives bits of knowledge into Islam's verifiable turn of events, setting significant occasions in their social and ordered settings. This authentic perspective expands the peruser's cognizance of Islamic ideas and practices.
Contemporary Relevance:
The author overcomes any issues between traditional lessons and contemporary troubles, showing the way that Islamic ideas can be applied to current difficulties. This technique energizes an energetic and significant collaboration with Islamic investigations.
The intended audience is as follows:
"A Book on Islamic Examinations" is expected for a large number of perusers, including understudies, researchers, and anybody looking for an essential handle on Islam. Whether one is new to the confidence or needs to work on their comprehension, Al-Mahmood's congenial language and thorough strategy make the book satisfactory for many perusers.

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