Commentary on the Three Fundamental Principles of Islam By Muhammad bin Salih Al-Uthaimeen
Author: Muhammad bin Salih Al-Uthaimeen
Publication Year: 2010
About This Book:The famous scholar Muhammad bin Salih Al-Uthaimeen's "Commentary on the Three Fundamental Principles of Islam" will take you on a fascinating journey into the core foundations of Islam. This thorough commentary serves as a lighthouse of knowledge, guiding readers through the fundamental ideas that underpin Islamic belief and conduct.Thorough Explanation of Fundamental Principles:Muhammad bin Salih Al-Uthaimeen explains the Three Fundamental Principles of Islam in great detail. This commentary, based on the Quranic teachings and Hadiths of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), provides unique insights into the significance and implementation of these fundamental concepts.Tawhid (Monotheism), Worship, and Eschatology Investigation:Tawhid (the oneness of Allah), worship, and recognition of Allah's names and characteristics are the three fundamental principles at the center of Islamic belief. Al-Uthaimeen's commentary digs into the complexities of Tawhid, the numerous modes of worship, and the comprehension of Allah's names and characteristics, providing readers with a thorough understanding of these critical components.Clarity of Manner and Structure:Al-Uthaimeen's commentary is known for its clarity and simplicity, understandably presenting complex theological principles. The commentary's structured framework allows for an ordered and entertaining reading experience, making it appropriate for readers with varying levels of acquaintance with Islamic doctrines.Practical Advice for Everyday Life:This commentary goes beyond theoretical debates and provides practical advice on how to use the Three Fundamental Principles in everyday life. Al-Uthaimeen brings together the theoretical components of religion with the practical reality of being a faithful Muslim, encouraging readers to live these concepts in their acts and interactions.
great kitab with the sharh of the noble sheikh muhammad ibn al uthaymin (may allah have mercy upon him) - also with a very nice print of darrussalam
I tried looking for this book at local bookstores and no one had it.. I ordered and I got it in a week in mint condition..