A Treasury of Sacred Maxims: A Commentary on Islamic Legal Principles By Shahrul Hussain
Author: Shahrul Hussain
Book Binding: Hardcover
Size: 4.5 X 7.3 X 0.5 Inches
About This Book:
Shahrul Hussain's "A Treasury of Sacred Maxims: A Commentary on Islamic Legal Principles" is a significant and quick work that plunges into the rich embroidery of Islamic lawful standards and gives an intensive discourse on their significance, translation, and commonsense application. This book is a fantastic asset for researchers, understudies of Islamic statutes, and anyone with any interest at all in finding out about the overall set of laws that supports Islamic regulation.
Key features of "A Treasury of Sacred Maxims" include:
The book arranges Islamic legitimate standards by subject, permitting perusers to dig into explicit areas of statute like agreements, property, and family regulation, among others. Every section gives a careful examination of the ideas and their application in current legitimate conditions.
Shahrul Hussain's critique depends on legitimate sources and is moored in the old Islamic overall set of laws, making it trustworthy and confided in reference to understanding the lawful ideas that manage all pieces of life.
While established in custom, the book likewise covers contemporary worries and issues standing up to Muslim people groups around the world, delineating the versatility and significance of Islamic lawful standards in the current period.
"A Depository of Consecrated Sayings" explains muddled legitimate standards, making it open to both lawful scholastics and general perusers inspired by Islamic law's underlying foundations.
Ethical and Moral Dimensions:
The book dives into the moral and moral parts of Islamic legitimate precepts, featuring the need for equity, value, and empathy.