Marriage and Family Building in Islam By Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari
Author: Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2007
About This Book:
Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari's "Marriage and Family Building in Islam" is a captivating and insightful handbook that digs into the fundamental concepts and ideals guiding marital relationships within the Islamic framework. Dr. Bari, a renowned Islamic scholar, puts his experience to bear on the complexity of marriage, providing readers with an in-depth examination of the roles, obligations, and ethical issues involved in raising strong and harmonious Muslim families.
Foundations of Islamic Marriage:
The book methodically explores the foundations of Islamic marriage, drawing on Quranic texts and Hadiths to illustrate the divine wisdom underlying the institution. Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari gives readers a thorough knowledge of the spiritual and ethical components that drive Muslim marriage, emphasizing the significance of mutual respect, compassion, and shared devotion to Islamic ideals.
Navigating Roles and obligations:
Dr. Bari's investigation is centered on a careful assessment of the roles and obligations assigned to spouses in an Islamic marriage. The author explains the Quranic teachings and prophetic traditions that influence husbands' and wives' behavior, encouraging a balanced and equitable alliance. This portion of the book is intended to serve as a practical guide for anyone attempting to manage the difficulties of familial responsibilities within the context of Islamic teachings.
Communication and Conflict Resolution:
Dr. Bari addresses the realities of human relationships by providing significant insights into successful communication and conflict resolution within Muslim marriages. The author provides readers with practical techniques to foster open and respectful communication, assuring the strength and resilience of the marital bond. She draws on both classical Islamic teachings and contemporary psychology viewpoints.