Ibn Taymiyyah on The Oneness of God By Taqi al-Din Ahmad Ibn Abd al-Halim al-Harrani
Author: Taqi al-Din Ahmad Ibn Abd al-Halim al-Harrani
Size: 6 x 9 inch
Publication Year: 2020
Publisher: Dar al-ArqamIbn Taymiyyah on The Oneness of God
"Ibn Taymiyyah on The Oneness of God" is an exhaustive and sharp investigation of quite possibly of Islam's most powerful researcher, Ibn Taymiyyah's, religious and philosophical ideas. This book dives into the core of Islamic religious philosophy, giving perusers intensive information on Ibn Taymiyyah's concept of Tawhid, or the Unity of God.
Ibn Taymiyyah, an extraordinary middle-aged Islamic rationalist and scholar, is associated with his unfaltering situation on God's solidarity and uniqueness in Islam. His perspectives keep on sounding valid with present-day researchers, scholars, and devotees, making this work an important asset for anyone attempting to figure out the fundamental ideas of Islamic monotheism.
Key characteristics include:
"Ibn Taymiyyah on The Unity of God" takes readers on a complete outing into the possibility of Tawhid, looking at its numerous features, verifiable turn of events, and significance in Islamic philosophy.
The book gives a fundamental verifiable setting, assisting perusers with understanding how Ibn Taymiyyah's thoughts emerged and developed inside the bigger Islamic practice, incorporating his showdowns with philosophical enemies.
The writer takes apart Ibn Taymiyyah's compositions widely, giving an insightful examination of his perspectives and their ramifications for the current Islamic way of thinking and practice.
This work uncovers Ibn Taymiyyah's hypotheses' continuous significance in settling contemporary philosophical issues, especially with regard to strict majority and interfaith participation.
While diving into multifaceted religious subjects, the book utilizes language that is justifiable to the two researchers and the relaxed reader keen on becoming familiar with Islamic monotheism.