Epistle on Worship: Risalat al-‘Ubudiyya, aims to begin filling this gap by presenting an annotated translation of one of Ibn Taymiyya’s most important epistles on the theology behind the concept of worship.
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.
Al-Bidayah fi usul al-din (An Introduction to Islamic theology) is a classical text on Maturidi theology authored by Imam Nur al-Din al-Sabuni (d.580/1184), a prominent Muslim theologian from Bukhara. It is a concise yet thorough manual of key doctrinal issues that were historically debated in early Islamic history.
The Creed Made Easy is a concise and accessible bilingual treatise in Islamic theology, introducing the reader to all fundamental aspects of the Islamic creed that are necessary for a Muslim to know and believe.
This booklet presents Shaykh 'Abd Allah bin Husayn bin Tahir Ba'Alawi al-Hadrami al-Shafi'i’s Sullam al-tawfiq ila mahabbati Llahi 'ala al-tahqiq (“The Ladder of Success to Truly Loving Allah”), a concise treatise covering what every responsible Muslim must know and practice.
The Beneficial Epistle & Decisive Proof on The Science of Divine UnityAl-Risalah al-Nafi'ah wa al-Hujjah al-Qati'ah Fi Ilm al-Tawhid is a short, yet comprehensive text in mainstream Sunni theology and can be regarded as a summary of some of the more elaborate works in the field.
The first part of the book deals with the basic beliefs of Islam, the second with aspects of the faith that are widely misunderstood, and the third provides guidance for those wishing to tread the spiritual path.