The Beneficial Summary of the Muslim's Creed By Abdur Razzaq Al Abbad Al Badr
Author: Abdur Razzaq Al Abbad Al Badr
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
About This Book:
Abdur Razzaq Al Abbad Al Badr's "The Beneficial Summary of the Muslim's Creed" gives a concise however intensive assessment of the significant fundamentals and belief of Islam. The creator gives a succinct and reasonable clarification of the key thoughts that support Islam in this sagacious review.
Clarity and Conciseness:
Abdur Razzaq Al Abbad Al Badr's composing is recognized for its clearness and brevity, which makes it an extraordinary asset for prepared Muslims hoping to look for a way to improve their insight into the confidence and beginners of Islam.
The book examines the fundamental principles of Islamic confidence, like the Unity of God (Tawhid), the Prophethood, the Great Beyond, and the capability of heavenly disclosure in coordinating the human way of behaving.
The writer utilizes veritable sources, including the Quran and Hadith, to help the belief's precepts and ensure that perusers are driven by Islamic practice's insight.
Albeit the book fundamentally resolves philosophical issues, it additionally offers counsel on how devotees ought to complete their perspectives by and by, giving them an understanding of the viable impacts of their convictions.
The book features the manners by which the Islamic belief is pertinent to individuals from a great many foundations and societies.
Known for his obligation to genuine Islamic lessons, Abdur Razzaq Al Abbad Al Badr is a very much regarded Islamic researcher. His composing gives the subject greater power and weight.