The Obligation of Commanding the Good and Forbidding the Evil (2nd Edition) By Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah bin Baz
Author: Al Imaam Abdul Azeez ibn Abdullah bin Baaz
Book Binding: Softcover
Size: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.1 inches
Publication year: 2012
About This Book:
Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah bin Baz's major work "The Obligation of Commanding the Good and Forbidding the Evil (2nd Edition)" is a key work on a fundamental idea in Islamic ethics and social responsibility. Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah bin Baz, a famous Islamic scholar and former Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, delves into the vital role of commanding what is noble and forbidding what is bad in Islam in this completely revised and extended second edition.
The following are key features of "The Obligation of Commanding the Good and Forbidding the Evil (2nd Edition)":
Islamic Moral Framework:
The book offers a strong moral foundation by illuminating the Quranic injunctions and Hadith (Prophet's traditions) addressing the need to command the good and forbid the wicked.
Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah bin Baz provides clear and practical instructions on how Muslims should engage in enjoining virtue and prohibiting wickedness in their personal lives and communities.
The second edition has extended information and a deeper analysis of the subject matter, including contemporary concerns and challenges that Muslims confront in carrying out this crucial Islamic responsibility.
The book includes real-world case studies and examples to demonstrate how the concepts of enjoining good and forbidding evil can be used in diverse settings.
Sheikh bin Baz encourages a balanced approach, ensuring that Muslims carry out their responsibilities with intelligence, patience, and sincerity while avoiding excess or harshness.