An Explanation of The Six Principles By Salih Fauzan Al-Fawzan
Author: Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab, Salih al-Fawzan
Book Binding: Hardcover
Size: 9.2 X 6.3 X 0.2
Publication Year: 2017
About This Book:
Salih Fauzan Al-Fawzan's "An Explanation of The Six Principles" is a careful and scholastic book that plunges into the fundamental standards of religion and faith in Islam. This book is a significant asset for Muslims who need to dive more deeply into the center convictions of their confidence. In "A Clarification of the Six Standards," Salih Fauzan Al-Fawzan presents an unmistakable and reasonable clarification of Islam's six fundamental standards of religion. These ideas are drawn from the Holy messenger Gabriel's Hadith and incorporate the accompanying:
Belief in Allah:
The book dives into the idea of monotheism (Tawheed), or the faith in the presence and unity of Allah, the Most Forgiving and Generally Sympathetic.
Belief in the Angels:
Perusers find out about the presence and capability of holy messengers in the Islamic religion, remembering their jobs and importance for the concealed domain.
Belief in Divine Books:
Al-Fawzan looks at the need to trust in Allah's heavenly compositions, like the Quran, Torah, Hymns, Gospel, and others, featuring the centrality of the Quran.
Belief in Prophets:
The book talks about the confidence in prophets and couriers, as well as their obligations and significance in conveying Allah's advice to humankind.
Belief in the Day of Judgment:
Al-Fawzan dives into the thought of the Day of Judgment (Yawm al-Qiyamah), underscoring the significance of responsibility for one's acts in this world and the great beyond.
Belief in Divine Decree (Qadar):
The book investigates faith in Allah's heavenly declaration and fate, underlining the pressure between human free decision and heavenly pronouncement.