Kitab At-Tawhid (Book of Monothesim) By Muhammad Bin Abdul Wahhab

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Urdu: Kitab At-Tawhid (Book of Monothesim) By Muhammad Bin Abdul Wahhab
ISBN: 9789695740804
Author: Muhammad Bin Abdul Wahhab
Book Binding: Softcover
Pages: 206
Size: 14x21 CM
Publication Year: 2014
About This Book:
Muhammad Bin Abdul Wahhab's "Kitab At-Tawhid (Book of Monotheism)" is a seminal work in Islamic theology and monotheism. It is a foundational literature that delves into the notion of Tawhid, which in Islam refers to the belief in the absolute oneness of Allah (God). This work, written by the 18th-century Islamic scholar and theologian Muhammad Bin Abdul Wahhab, has had a deep and long-lasting impact on Islamic thinking and practice.
The following are the book's main features:
Tawhid exploration:
"Kitab At-Tawhid" dives deeply into the concept of Tawhid, emphasizing the total and unwavering confidence in Allah's oneness. It investigates different facets of Tawhid, such as the unity of Allah's rule, divinity, and names and characteristics.
Clarity and Precision: 
The book is noted for its clear and simple writing, which makes complicated theological themes understandable to a broad variety of readers. Muhammad Bin Abdul Wahhab's writing style is both scholarly and clear, ensuring that the message is understandable to both novice and senior Islamic theology students.
Reference to Quran and Hadith: 
The author extensively utilizes the Quran (Islam's sacred book) and Hadith (the sayings and actions of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him) to support his arguments and teachings. The use of primary sources boosts the book's credibility and authenticity.
Defense of Monotheism:
"Kitab At-Tawhid" defends Islam's monotheistic principles against apparent deviations or innovations. It covers theological difficulties and practices that may jeopardize Tawhid's purity, emphasizing the importance of a genuine and unadulterated belief in Allah.

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