An Explanation Of The Four Rules Ragarding Shirk By Muhammad bin Abdil-Wahhaab
Author: Muhammad bin Abdil-Wahhaab
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
About This Book:
Muhammad bin Abdil-Wahhaab's "An Explanation of the Four Rules Regarding Shirk" is a comprehensive and insightful work that elucidates the underlying concepts relevant to the idea of Shirk in Islam. This work, written by the great scholar Muhammad bin Abdil-Wahhaab, provides a thorough explanation of the four commandments that serve as a guide to understanding and avoiding Shirk, the act of associating others with Allah.
Unveiling the Shirk Concept:
The book begins by delving into the idea of Shirk, emphasizing its importance in Islamic theology. Muhammad bin Abdil-Wahhaab lays the framework for readers to understand the complexities of associating partners with Allah and its repercussions.
The First Rule: Knowledge of Allah:
In delving into the first rule, the author expounds on the critical notion of having in-depth knowledge of Allah. This section discusses realizing Allah's oneness, acknowledging His qualities, and the relevance of authentic monotheism in Islam.
The Second Rule: Knowledge of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH):
Muhammad bin Abdil-Wahhaab elaborates on the second guideline, emphasizing the significance of learning about the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). This part emphasizes the Prophet's status as the final messenger and the need to adhere to his teachings in order to avoid sliding into Shirk.
The Third Rule: Knowledge of Islam's Religion:
The author moves through the third rule, emphasizing the need of learning everything there is to know about Islam. To avoid Shirk, this guideline highlights the importance of learning Islamic teachings, rituals, and beliefs.