Madinan Society at the Time of the Prophet Vol. 1 (Issues in Islamic Thought Series(3)
Author: Akram Diya Al Umari
Size: 9.0 x 6.0 x 0.5 inch
Publication Year: 1991
About This Book:
"Madinan Society at the Time of the Prophet" is a comprehensive and painstakingly researched book that serves as the first volume in the "Issues in Islamic Thought Series." This text, written by a respected scholar, provides a comprehensive examination of the sociological, political, and ethical landscape of Madinah during the Prophet Muhammad's (peace be upon him) time.
The book depicts Madinah during a key point in Islamic history in a thorough and historically accurate manner, giving light on its social, political, and cultural dimensions.
Readers receive insight into Madinan society's complex fabric, with a focus on distinct communities, the role of women, the economy, and the interplay of numerous tribes inside the city.
The book examines the origin and growth of the Islamic state in Madinah, presenting a comprehensive perspective of the Prophet's governance and leadership.
Ethical and Moral Context:
The ethical and moral roots of Madinan society are stressed, showing how Islamic teachings influenced daily life and interactions.
The author's extensive expertise and diligent investigation confirm the content's dependability and authenticity.
"Madinan Society at the Time of the Prophet Vol. 1" is an essential resource for students, scholars, and anybody interested in learning about early Islam's historical and cultural backdrop. It presents a detailed picture of Madinan society during the Prophet Muhammad's time, offering a fuller understanding of the complex and multidimensional processes that produced one of Islamic history's most significant times. This book serves as an entry point into the rich heritage of Islamic thinking, governance, and society, providing readers with a deep understanding of the roots of the Islamic civilization that evolved in Madinah during the Prophet's time.