World Of The Angels By Sheikh Abdul Hamid Kishk
Author: Sheikh Abdul Hamid Kishk
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2003
About This Book:
In "World of the Angels," Sheikh Abdul Hamid Kishk takes readers on an enlightening voyage into the mysterious realm of angels as portrayed in Islamic tradition. Sheikh Kishk unravels the riddles of these celestial entities, giving light to their existence, purpose, and significance within the cosmic order, using profound insights and a deep comprehension of religious writings.
Bringing the Unseen to Light
Sheikh Kishk begins by digging into the world of angels, peeping behind the surface of the invisible. He reveals the ethereal nature of angels and their function in carrying out divine orders using Quranic texts and Hadiths. This chapter provides an introduction to the spiritual dimension that coexists alongside the physical realm.
The Angelic Order
The author guides the reader through the angelic hierarchy, showing the many classes and functions of angels as defined by Islamic theology. Sheikh Kishk presents a comprehensive account of the various responsibilities these celestial entities play in upholding cosmic order, from the lofty Archangels to the guardian angels assigned to humans.
Human Affairs Angels
Sheikh Kishk investigates the intersection of angelic presence in human affairs, shedding light on instances where angels intervene in people's lives. He emphasizes the mercy and direction that angels bring to the terrestrial realm through appealing storytelling and Quranic references, highlighting their position as messengers of divine messages and protectors.
The Afterlife and Angels
The author delves into the crucial function angels play in the afterlife. Sheikh Kishk explains how angels participate in the processes of death, resurrection, and judgment, providing readers with a deep grasp of how angels bridge earthly existence with the realms beyond.