In Good and Evil, the famous Egyptian scholar and television broadcaster, Sheikh Muhammad Mitwalli Al-Sha'rawi, examines the question of good and evil in the light of the fundamental teachings of Islam regarding theodicy and the true meaning and purpose of human life.
The essays presented in The History and Philosophy of Islamic Science discuss the principles behind the different sciences cultivated in the Islamic world from the third century of the Islamic era onwards and the place of science in relation to other branches of Islamic learning.
Shaykh Sa'id Foudah clinically refutes 'The Palmyran Creed' the book in which Ibn Taymiyya presents the foundations of his theology, expounds upon its principles and offers his arguments in support of it.
This book is an English translation of selections from two of Ibn Qayyim’s books, Key to the Blissful Abode (Miftāḥ dār al-saʿāda) and Remedy for Those who Question on Matters Concerning Divine Decree, Predestination, Wisdom and Causality (Shifā’ al-ʿalīl fī masā’il al-qaḍā’ wa’l-qadar wa’l-ḥikma wa’l-taʿlīl).
Ambassador Ahmed introduces the "Islamic Golden Age," roughly the 9th through 13th centuries, through some key Muslim personalities, Philosophy then (not now) entailed astronomy, mathematics, medicine, Islamic theology, and several other disciplines.