Kitab At Tawheed Explained By Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahhab
Author: Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahhab
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2003
About This Book:
"Kitab At-Tawheed Explained" is an exhaustive and savvy assessment of the fundamental Islamic idea of Tawheed, or Allah's unity. This book, composed by Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahhab, a striking Islamic logician and reformer, gives as a manual for understanding and executing Tawheed in a Muslim's life. The different layers of Tawheed are opened up in this broad composition, making it open to anybody looking for significant information on Islamic monotheism.
Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahhab's work jumps into the fundamental thought of Tawheed, explaining the Islamic faith in Allah's outright unity. The book is an insightful handbook that explains various parts of Tawheed and its importance in Islamic philosophy.
Since Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahhab composed the first text, his contemplations have authority and authenticity. This clarification gives perusers admittance to the researcher's straight translation, which depends on his broad information on Quranic refrains and hadith (colloquialisms of the Prophet).
Islamic Belief Foundations:
"Kitab At-Tawheed Made sense of" analyzes the three classes of Tawheed: Tawheed ar-Rububiyyah (Unity of Allah's Lordship), Tawheed al-Uluhiyyah (Unity of Allah's Love), and Tawheed al-Asma' wal-Sifat (Unity of Allah's Names and Traits).
The book offers a careful assessment of crucial philosophical issues, diving into the implications of Tawheed in Allah's love, the dismissal of partner accomplices with Him, and the right comprehension of His characteristics as given in the Quran and Sunnah.