The Three Fundamental Principles Of Islam And Their Proofs Study Book By Muhammad Ibn Abdul-Wahhab
Author: Shaikhul-Islam Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab
Book BInding: Paperback
Size: 8.3 x 5.8 x 0.3 inch
Publication Year: 2017
About This Book:
A notable book by the 18th-century Islamic philosopher and reformer Muhammad ibn Abdul-Wahhab is titled "The Three Fundamental Principles of Islam" (Thalathatul Usool). Muslims who want to better grasp Islamic doctrine and customs frequently study this book, which is regarded as a key work in the Salafi movement.
Ibn Abdul-Wahhab presents the three essential tenets that form the cornerstone of the Islamic religion in this book:
Tawheed (God's Oneness):
This idea highlights how identical Allah (God) is in all of His aspects, including His lordship, divinity, names, and qualities. It asserts that only Allah is deserving of worship and that identifying other deities with Him (Shirk) is the greatest sin against Islam.
This Islamic tenet, known as al-'Ilm, emphasizes the significance of obtaining information, particularly religious understanding. The Quran, Hadith, and the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) are all subjects that are encouraged for Muslim study. A believer is said to need education in order to comprehend and appropriately follow their religion.
This tenet highlights the need of putting one's faith into practice through good deeds. It emphasizes the significance of engaging in acts of worship and adhering to the moral and ethical precepts set forth in Islam. The concept is that genuine religion ought to show in one's behavior and interactions with other people.
The subject matter of this tremendous treatise is to single out Allah alone in His Lordship and worship, and the tremendous importance and station of the Messenger Muhammad (May the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), and that his is the example to be followed.