THIS BUNDLE CONSIST OF FOLLOWING BOOKS:
THE CREED OF IMAM BAYHAQI
The author describes this treatise as ‘a work on the subject of what the morally responsible needs to know concerning the foundations of knowledge and its derivatives… along with pointing out some of its evidences in a concise manner’.
AL-ARBA'IN AL-NAWAWIYYA: THE FORTY HADITHS OF IMAM AL-NAWAWI
Imam al-Nawawi’s 40 Hadith have come to be known as the most comprehensive, and holistic, compilation/collection of hadith of the Prophet Muhammad (saw) that convey the essence of Islam. Imam al-Nawawi’s collection of 40 Hadiths is one of the most important collections of hadiths we have today.
AN EXPLANATION OF THE BAYQUNI POEM IN HADITH TERMINOLOGY
From the most noble of sciences is the science of Hadith. It is the key to unlock the Sunna of the Prophet ﷺ through his words, actions, qualities and tacit approvals.
A TENTATIVE GUIDE TO THE THEMES OF THE SURAHS OF THE QUR’AN
In this seminal work, the author suggests that each chapter of the Qur’an contains at least one distinct theme that underlies—and shows the logical connection—between every verse of that chapter. Moreover, he proposes that the chapters themselves take together make up a deliberate and unique portrait of human beings and of the spiritual life.
AL-WASIYYA: THE ADVISE OF THE ESTEEMED SCHOLAR MUWAFFAQ AD-DIN IBN QUDAMA AL-MAQDISI
This book is a distillation of the wisdom gained after years of study of sacred texts from the Islamic tradition. The author, Muwaffaq ad-Din al-Maqdisi, is one of the foremost scholars in the Hanbali school, and this concise and inspiring work sums up the realities of this world and the next, gathered in kernels of advice to his fellow believers.
THE DIFFERENCES OF THE IMAMS
If the Imams of the four schools [madhahib] established all of their rulings from the Qur’an and the Sunna, why have they differed on so many points? How can two authentic narrations from the Messenger of Allah appear to contradict one another? When is it acceptable for Muslims to differ over religious matters? What did the Messenger mean when he said, “The differences of my Umma are a source of mercy?”
THE OPENING AND OTHER MECCAN REVELATIONS : SELECTIONS FROM AL-BAHAR AL-MADID
In this companion volume to our inaugural publication Prophetic Grace, Ibn Ajiba explores the outer and inner meanings of the most important and most commonly read chapter of the Qur’an, Sura al-Fatiha, as well as the shorter chapters of the Qur’an that are read daily by children and adults alike, in homes and in mosques throughout the world.