The End of the World By Dr. Muhammad Al-'Areefi
Author: Dr. Muhammad Al-'Areefi
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2010
About This Book:
Dr. Muhammad Al-'Areefi's "The End of the World" is an interesting conversation about eschatology and humankind's definitive destiny. The creator goes into the Islamic viewpoint on the last days of this entrancing work, disentangling the signs, occasions, and real factors that go before the Day of Judgment.
"The End of the World" draws on Prophet Muhammad's prophetic bits of knowledge as related in Hadiths, and Dr. Muhammad Al-'Areefi coordinates these lessons into a strong story. Perusers are directed through the signs and occasions that prophetically predict the apocalypse, giving a novel point of view on Islamic eschatology.
The book is decidedly founded on Quranic establishments, with Dr. Al-'Areefi referring to sections that give a full clarification of the occasions paving the way to the furthest limit of mankind's set of experiences. Perusers will get bits of knowledge into the profound, moral, and powerful parts covered in the Quranic talk in the last days because of the creator's academic methodology.
"The End of the World" welcomes perusers to take part in huge profound experiences past the scholarly examination of eschatological occasions. Dr. Al-'Areefi's message resounds as an immortal call to profound arousing, empowering reflection on the momentary idea of this world, the responsibility of deeds, and the worth of groundwork for life following death.
The book handles the contemporary importance of eschatological lessons, interfacing prophetic experiences with the current world's interests and real factors. Dr. Al-'Areefi stresses how apocalypse markers arise in the present worldwide scene, encouraging perusers to think about the moral and moral ramifications of these signs in their own lives.