The Islamic Creed by Imam Tahawi By Muhammad S. Adly

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The Islamic Creed by Imam Tahawi By Muhammad S. Adly
Author: Muhammad S. Adly
Book Binding: Paperback
Pages 76
Size: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.2 inch
Publication year: 2014
About This Book:
"The Islamic Creed by Imam Tahawi, who lived in the fourth century (321 AH), is a foundational text in Sunni Islam that outlines the core beliefs of the faith." This work arose in reaction to theological issues offered by the Mu'tazilites, a group of Muslim theologians who held opposing beliefs on the essence and characteristics of God. The book is organized into 100 chapters, each of which painstakingly addresses a different aspect of Islamic theology. It is a thorough investigation of basic beliefs, including topics like God's oneness, Muhammad's prophethood, the Quran, angels, the Day of Judgment, and the afterlife.
Imam Tahawi's approach to Islam is based on the Quran and the Sunnah—the Prophet Muhammad's teachings and practices. He claims that the revelation conferred to us by God is our sole source of understanding about the divine. In contrast to the Mu'tazilite viewpoint, he rejects the concept of utilizing reason alone to understand God's essence. "The Islamic Creed" is a clear and concise exposition of the essential beliefs of Sunni Islam. A priceless resource for people desiring to grasp religion more deeply.
The translation of "The Islamic Creed" by Muhammad S. Adly retains a faithful and easily reading representation of the original text. Adly's inclusion of helpful notes and discussion makes the work more accessible to modern readers.

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