In the Footsteps of the Prophet Lessons from the Life of Muhammad
Author: Tariq Ramadan
Size: 9.3 x 6.0 x 0.5 inch
Publication Year: 2007
Publisher: Oxford University Press
About This Book:
"In the Footsteps of the Prophet" is an exciting and enlightening visit through the life and tradition of history's most remarkable figure, the Prophet Muhammad. This book, composed by popular Islamic researcher and scholar Tariq Ramadan, presents a careful and fascinating investigation of the Prophet's life, character, and lessons.
The book gives a full proven and factual record of Prophet Muhammad's life. It dives into the sociopolitical setting of seventh-century Arabia, giving perusers exhaustive information on the Prophet's concerns and wins during his main goal.
"In the Strides of the Prophet" dives into the Prophet's otherworldly characteristics, focusing on his never-ending confidence, devotion, and significant association with the Heavenly. The book dives into the profound lessons and courses he gave to his followers.
Moral and Ethical Teachings:
The book enlightens the moral and moral ideas at the underpinning of Islam using the Prophet's activities and platitudes. Perusers will obtain significant knowledge from the Prophet's lessons on sympathy, equity, benevolence, and the worth of character.
Tariq Ramadan applies the examples from the Prophet's life to contemporary worries and issues. He shows how the Prophet's model is as yet important in tending to current moral dilemmas and coordinating people in their own and cultural lives.
Accessible and Engaging:
The book is written in a straightforward and connecting way that is reasonable for the two Muslims and non-Muslims. It gives a scaffold to any individual who needs to study the life and meaning of the Prophet, no matter what their previous information on Islam.