The Path of the Wayfarer (Minhaj al-Salikin) By Shaykh 'Abd al-Rahman bin Nasir al-Sa'di
Author: Shaykh 'Abd ar-Rahman b. Nasir as-Sa'di
Book Binding: Paperback
Size: 8.9 x 6 x 0.6 inches
About This Book:
"Path of the Wayfarer" is an English translation of "Minhaj al-Salikin," an Arabic text on Hanbali jurisprudence. This text is notable in the field of Islamic studies, notably in Middle Eastern jurisprudence. The author's major goal in authoring this book was to educate readers with judicial judgments touching religious topics. While the book is based on the Hanbali School of Thinking, the author does not adhere fully to its guidelines. Instead, he took a more adaptable strategy. When he came upon a more powerful view from another Islamic School, he included it in his essay, along with the supporting material. His selection criteria emphasized the strength of thoughts above membership with a certain School of Thought.
The substance of the book is presented in a plain way, with a concentration on the author's most robust ideas and supporting data. As a result, it is a great resource for both novices and people with a more extensive understanding of jurisprudence. In essence, "Path of the Wayfarer" is a thorough handbook for anyone interested in studying this topic, providing insights into numerous legal judgments and encouraging a greater grasp of Islamic law.