Al-Ghazali, David B. Burrell, Nazih Daher Paperback Al- Maqsad al-Asna fi Sharh Asma’ Allah al-Husna Taking up the Prophet’s teaching that. four chapters it speaks of the “most beautiful names” of God. The verses in question . of the meanings of the ninety-nine names of God which are included ar- al-Basir, al-Hakam, al-Hasib, ar-Raqib, al-Hakim, al-Majid, ash-Shahid, al- Wakil. Al-Ghazali on the Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names of God by Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Taking up the Prophet’s teaching that ‘Ninety-nine Beautiful Names’ are truly predicated of God, the author explores the meaning and resonance of each of these divine names, and reveals the functions they perform both i In this work, here presented in a complete English edition for the first time, the problem of knowing God is confronted in an original and stimulating way.
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Finished reading this last night. This particular tradition was expanded on by one of the Prophet’s companions, Abu Hurayra, who was one of the most important and reliable transmitters of Hadith statements. I was glad Imam Ghazali wrote this but Pf had a few misgivings. Umer Yousuf rated it it was amazing Sep 12, This is a great book.
Al Ghazali The Ninety Nine Beautiful Names Of God
Finally, it explains 3 the advantage of the enumeration and specification of the one hundred-minus-one names. How else could it al-ghszali Dec 30, Penandinkpot Uzma rated it it was amazing Shelves: The book does get pretty hard at times, and it’s not easy to grasp some of the concepts but over-all it’s a great book.
Despite his glittering success, he was inwardly dissatisfied, so he abandoned his career for the life of hardship, abstinence and devotion to worship. Paperbackpages. The name can point to uniqueness, definition, meaning, the nature of the individual object, but the name is not that besutiful in its essence.
Al-Ghazali on the Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names of God : Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali :
Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x To speak of this in Sufi language, we would say that self-realization through imitation of the attributes works at combating the self of the lower soul which increases proximity to The Real. Doing this helped me to fathom the depth of what was being read.
His discourses are justly ranked among the most beautiful oratory the world has ever known. Blessed with an inner certainty, he then applied his outstanding faculties and vast learning to the task of revitalizing the whole Islamic tradition. Dessy rated it liked it Feb 19, Feb 21, Kim Shively rated it it was amazing. Taking up the Prophet’s teaching that ‘Ninety-nine Beautiful Names’ are truly predicated of God, Ghazali explores the meaning and resonance of each of these divine names, and reveals the functions they perform both in the cosmos and in the soul of the spiritual adept.
Aim of The Book: He was of Persian origin. The Beginning Of The Book: David Burrell is Theodore M. Aug 25, Abdullah Khan rated it it was amazing. The first half of it is very philosophical.
Part One will treat preliminary and introductory matters; Part Two, goals and objectives; Part Three supplementary and complementary al-ghxzali. So it is said: If all else, this book is good to foster ‘high-minded’ thinking and spiritual inspiration.
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Entah karena memang materinya, entah cara penerjemahannya, entah pula kapasitas berpikirku, buku ini belum memberikan gas hidrogen untuk meringankan materi yang sesungguhnya kuminati ini. Other odd things include a 4 page description of ninety-niine water-clock as an analogy- that Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. During ten years of wandering, he experienced a spiritual transformation, in which the Truth came to him at last, as something received rather than acquired.
The positive stuff is he tries to cover every single Name in its relation to God and sees how it can be applicable to a practicing Muslim, whether they can embody it or not- you vod be generous, but can’t create. We have seen fit to divide the discussion in this book into three parts.