Benefits of Taqwa, Fruits of True Beliefs, High Goals and Aspirations, and Modern Media: Let the Scholars Speak- Clarity and Guidance (Book 3)(Let The Scholars Speak - Clarity & Guidance) By Abu Sukhailah Khalil Ibn-Abelahyi Al-Amreekee
Author: Abu Sukhailah Khalil Ibn-Abelahyi Al-Amreekee
Book Binding: Paperback
Size: 8.0 x 5.0 x 0.5 inch
About This Book:
Benefits of Taqwa, Fruits of True Beliefs, High Goals and Aspirations, and Modern Media: Let the Scholars Speak" is a complete and enlightening gathering that furnishes perusers with an inside and out take gander at key Islamic standards, otherworldliness, and present-day challenges. This is the third book in the "Let the Researchers Talk - Lucidity and Direction" series, which presents the aggregate insight and bits of knowledge of prominent Islamic researchers. This book covers a large number of issues, offering clear clarifications and direction on trust, otherworldliness, and the issues that Muslims face in the cutting-edge world. The book is introduced in a sensible way, permitting perusers to dive into the profundity of Islamic reasoning and its pertinence to present-day life.
Coming up next are a portion of the key ideas tended to in this book:
The book plunges into the idea of Taqwa, which involves having an unmistakable inclination of God-cognizance and being aware of Allah in all pieces of life. It stresses the monstrous advantages and gifts that come about because of carrying on with an existence set apart by Taqwa.
Genuine thoughts (Aqeedah):
The book digs into Islam's fundamental thoughts, featuring the meaning of sticking to genuine convictions and strong philosophy. It explains major convictions like confidence in Allah, the Prophets, and the Great Beyond.
Significant standards and aspirations:
In light of Islamic lessons, the book rouses perusers to make significant standards and desires in their lives. It advances the quest for greatness, personal growth, and a longing to have a decent effect.
Resolving the issues made by present-day media, the book gives guidance on dealing with the advanced period while keeping Islamic convictions. It stresses the need to foster great accounts of Islam and the moral utilization of media.