Kitab Al iman Book Of Faith By Ibn Taymiyyah
Author: Ibn Taymiyyah
Book Binding: Paperback
Size: 10 x 6.7 x 1.2 inch
About This Book:
The incomparable Islamic rationalist Ibn Taymiyyah's "Kitab Al iman Book Of Faith" is an honest, extensive, and sharp book that dives into the fundamental ideas and faith in Islam. Ibn Taymiyyah, one of Islamic history's most famous scholars and law specialists, gives a thorough examination of the groundwork of confidence, making this work a must-peruse for Muslims looking for a piece of superior information on their religion.
Ibn Taymiyyah covers the fundamental ideas of the Islamic religion, usually known as Iman, in this book. He covers the components of religion that each Muslim should have confidence in, like Allah (God), heavenly messengers, uncovered texts (like the Quran), couriers and prophets (counting Muhammad), the Day of Judgment, and heavenly preordainment. "Kitab Al-Iman" makes sense of these articles of religion, however, it likewise gives huge bits of knowledge into their importance and consequences in a devotee's life. Ibn Taymiyyah's scholarly technique and careful examination give perusers a significant and insightful viewpoint on Islam's confidence.
Coming up next are key components of the book "Kitab Al-Iman: Book of Confidence":
Clarity of Expression:
Ibn Taymiyyah's work is noted for its lucidity and openness, making convoluted religious points comprehensible to a wide assortment of perusers.
The creator draws vigorously on the Quran and Hadith (the Prophet Muhammad's maxims and acts) to help his contentions and ends, ensuring that the material is safely settled in Islamic custom.
Relevance:While Ibn Taymiyyah's work is extremely old, its ideas are still exceptionally relevant to present-day questions about religion and faith in Islam. The book proposes huge suggestions that will speak to Muslims who need to work on their confidence and have a superior handle on their religion.