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Imam Abu Hanifa's Al Fih Al Akbar Explained ❮Ebook❯ ➬ Imam Abu Hanifa's Al Fih Al Akbar Explained ➭ Author أبو حنيفة النعمان بن ثابت – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Al Fih al Akbar is one of the earliest texts written on central Islamic theology and one of the surviving works of Abu Hanifa the Great Imam of jurisprudence and theology Studied for centuries in the Al Fih al Akbar is one Hanifa's Al MOBI õ of the earliest texts written on central Islamic theology and one of the surviving works of Abu Hanifa the Great Imam of jurisprudence and theology Studied for centuries in the Muslim world Al Fih al Akbar offers a layered understanding of Imam Abu PDF \ divine oneness tawhid the underpinning of Islamic belief It helps to refine ones understanding of the Creator messengers and divine communication and enables one over to gain insight into the realities of this life and the events of the life hereafterThis translation of Al Fih al Akbar is Abu Hanifa's Al PDF ☆ an unprecedented contribution to a subject in English A lucid rendering unhampered by sterile literalism it draws on a number of commentaries to unlock for the general English speaking readership a subject that has been largely inaccessible to them both because of the subjects complexity and the lack Abu Hanifa's Al Fih Al ePUB í of reliable works in English This definitive edition combining Maghnisawis basic commentary with numerous notes carefully selected from 'AlI al ari's super commentary and the entire Kitab al Wasiyya of Abu Hanifa is the English readers essential guide on the intellectual and rewarding journey through Islamic creed.


5 thoughts on “Imam Abu Hanifa's Al Fih Al Akbar Explained

  1. Lumumba Shakur Lumumba Shakur says:

    One of the best and most comprehensive statements of Islamic creed currently in the English language As such it may be a bit much for those who have not already studied the basics of creed and rational thought It also is one of the best testimonies of Abu Hanifa's true beliefs and the subseuent faithfulness and orthodoxy of the Maturidi school of thought For a introductory exposition of mainstream Islamic creed according to Abu Hanifa's school please see The Creed of Imam al Tahawi


  2. Farhan M. Tariq Farhan M. Tariq says:

    An absolutely beautiful book I suspect that for most people including myself this should ideally be read with a scholar


  3. Khalillaher Khalillaher says:

    Excellent book on Islamic creed the focus of which naturally is divine oneness tawheed The book served well to refine my understanding of the Creator the Prophets Prophet Muhammad SAWS the Companions RA the ur'an predestination the realities of this life the events of the Hereafter and related mattersThe book is comprehensive but yet very clear and concise; presented in a well structured manner and written in language accessible to people of all levels Definitely worth purchasing reading and returning to time and time again


  4. M Abubakar M Abubakar says:

    Al Fih al Akbar not only improves one’s understanding of ‘aida and deepens one’s appreciation of his or her beliefs but it endeavors to address uestions which if left unanswered could leave insidious doubt and cause communal division Such uestions include Where is Allah? Does Allah evolve? What constitutes true Islamic belief? Are prophets capable of sinning? Is there creation beyond what we see? What comes after death?


  5. Abidah Abidah says:

    The vasteness of the knowledge the amazingly beautiful words and the top of world kind of technicality Allah Allah this is a must read and each time I have went through the text it revealed something new


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