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📒Stories From The Hadith ✍ MAULANA MUHAMMAD ZAKARIA IQBAL
✏STORIES FROM THE HADITH Book Summary :
📒Hadith Piety And Law ✍ Christopher Melchert
✏Hadith Piety and Law Book Summary : The publication of The Formation of the Sunni Schools of Law, Ninth-Tenth Centuries C.E., first as a University of Pennsylvania doctoral dissertation in 1992, and subsequently as a monograph in 1997 (Studies in Islamic Law and Society, Brill), established Christoph Melchert as a preeminent scholar of the history of Islamic law and institutions. Through close readings of works on fiqh, meticulous unpacking of data in biographical dictionaries, and careful attention to curricular, pious, pedagogical, and scholarly practices, Melchert has subsequently illuminated the processes and procedures that undergirded the development of Islamic movements and institutions in the formative period of Islam. The present volume brings together sixteen of his articles, including those considered his most important as well as ones that are difficult to access. Originally published between 1997 and 2014, they are arranged chronologically under three rubrics-hadith, piety, and law. The material is presented in a new format, updated by Melchert where appropriate, and indexed. The appearance of these articles together in a single volume makes this book a highly significant and welcome contribution to the field of classical Islamic Studies.
📒Skills In Religious Studies ✍ Jo Fageant
✏Skills in Religious Studies Book Summary : Dealing with worship, the home, sciptures and key beliefs, this is one of three books which constitute an RE course for lower-secondary pupils. This revised edition matches the Locally Agreed Syllabuses and SCAA Models, and is designed to introduce the nature of religious belief and to encourage a greater knowledge and understanding of the six major religions. The three books are organized by religion, and non-specialist teachers are helped by the combination of detailed coverage and self-contained spreads.
📒Friends Of God ✍ John Renard
✏Friends of God Book Summary : Prophets, saints, martyrs, sages, and seers—one of the richest repositories of lore about such exemplary religious figures belongs to the world's approximately 1.3 billion Muslims. Illuminating some of the most delightful tales in world religious literature, this engaging book is the first truly global overview of Islamic hagiography. John Renard tells of the characters beyond the Qur'an and Hadith, whose stories of piety and service to God and humanity have captured hearts and minds for nearly fourteen hundred years. Renard's thematic approach to the major characters, narratives, social and cultural contexts, and theoretical concepts of this remarkable treasury of tales, based on material ranging from the eighth to the twentieth centuries and from countries ranging from Morocco to Malaysia, provides insight into the ways in which these stories have functioned in the lives of Muslims from diverse cultural, social, economic, and political backgrounds. The book also serves as a useful and evocative tool for approaching the vast geographical and chronological sweep of Islamic civilization.
📒The Story Of The Qur An ✍ Ingrid Mattson
✏The Story of the Qur an Book Summary : This popular introduction by a well-known Islamic scholar hasbeen updated and expanded, offering a balanced portrayal of theQur’an and its place in historic and contemporary Muslimsociety. Features new sections on the Qur’an and its relationshipto democracy, science, human rights, and the role of women Contains expanded sections on the Qur’an in the lifecycle of Muslims, and in Islamic ethics and law Incorporates additional images and student features, includinga glossary. Supported by an accompanying website (available on publication)hosting a range of additional material, including studentresources, links to important websites, news stories, and more This title is also available as an eTextbook on the CourseSmartplatform, as a Wiley Desktop Edition, or via your preferredeTextbook vendor; eTextbooks offer convenience, enhanced electronicfunctionality, and flexible pricing options – learn more atahref="http://www.wiley.com/college/wileyflex"www.wiley.com/college/wileyflex/a
📒Spiritual Gems Of Islam ✍ Jamal Rahman
✏Spiritual Gems of Islam Book Summary : Islamic ethics.
📒The Religion Of Islam ✍ Maulana Muhammad Ali
✏The Religion of Islam Book Summary : Comprehensive and monumental work on the sources, principles and practices of Islam: a) Sources of Islam, its essentials and doctrines -- The Holy Quran, Hadith, Ijtihad and Ijma b) Principles of Islam, Iman (Faith), Attributes of God, Angels, Revelation, Revealed Books, Prophets, Finality of Prophethood of the Holy Prophet Muhammad, Life after Death, Taqdir, etc. c) Institutions and Practices of Islam: Prayer, Zakat (Charity), Fasting, Hajj (Pilgrimage) Jihad, Apostasy, Social Relations (Marriage, Property, Inheritance, etc.) Food, Penal Laws, the State, etc. Detailed index including an index of Arabic words and phrases.
📒Ibn Daqiq S Commentary On The Nawawi Forty Hadiths ✍ Arabic Virtual Translation Center
✏Ibn Daqiq s Commentary on the Nawawi Forty Hadiths Book Summary : In his lifetime, Ibn-Daqiq wrote many books but this has become his most popular. In it he comments on the forty hadiths compiled by Yahya Al-Nawawi and known as the Nawawi Forty Hadiths. His commentary has become so popular that it is virtually impossible for any scholar to write a serious book about the forty hadiths without quoting Ibn-Daqiq. This is the only book that combines the sagacity of Ibn-Daqiq and the vast knowledge of Al-Nawawi. The book was written centuries ago but its benefits are everlasting. The book is indispensible for anyone who wants to study Islam thoroughly and laconically from the masters themselves. We translated from Arabic Ibn-Daqiq’s commentary in its entirety. We listed the text of each hadith first and followed it by the commentary. We added a detailed table of contents and thorough explanatory notes. A short introduction to the science of hadith by the translators is also included.
📒The Arab Conquests Of The Middle East Revised Edition ✍ Brendan January
✏The Arab Conquests of the Middle East Revised Edition Book Summary : Can one man's religious experience change the whole world? In the A.D. 600s, in the Arabian city of Mecca, a merchant named Muhammad began to receive and share messages from God. Muhammad attracted many followers. Eventually the revelations formed the basis for a new religion, Islam. By the time of Muhammad's death, the Islamic religion had spread across the Arabian Peninsula. Muhammad's successors continued to bring Islam to surrounding lands. Often, they used peaceful means to win converts. Other times, they imposed the religion through forceful conquests. Within one hundred years of Muhammad's death, Arab Muslim armies had achieved stunning victories over two major empires, the Persians and the Byzantines. By the mid-700s, Islam was established from India to North Africa and Spain. Converts adopted the Arabic language, studied Arab poets and scholars, and built grand mosques for worship. Today more than one billion people worldwide practice Islam. The Arab conquests of the Middle East, which introduced a new world religion across geography and cultures, is one of world history's pivotal moments.
📒Emerging Scriptures Torah Gospel And Qur An In Christian Perspective ✍ Schofield, Rodney
✏Emerging Scriptures Torah Gospel and Qur an in Christian perspective Book Summary : Rodney Schofield traces the beginnings of Biblical and Qur'anic literature and attempts a reconstruction of their original settings. He reassesses some of the classical theories and shows that the scriptures of the Abrahamic faiths, (Torah, Gospel and Qur'an) possess many shared perspectives, reflecting their common heritage. A better appreciation of this shared legacy, he contends, could promote greater mutual understanding and foster respectful co-existence among believers.