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Al-Ghazali: Deliverance From Error and The Beginning of Guidance

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Deliverance from Error (Al Munqidh min al-Dalal) also known as Al-Ghazali's Path to Sufism The Autobiography By Iman Abu Hamid al-Ghazali

This volume contains a translation of Ghazali's autobiography The Deliverance from Error, in which the Imam describes his education and his intellectual crisis, which left him so paralysed by doubt that he was forced to resign the most distinguished academic appointment of his day.

The Beginning of Guidance Bidayatul Hidayah - Considered as an Introduction to The Ihya Ulum Ud Din.

Book can be considered as an Introduction to The Imam's Magnum Opus The Revival of the Religions Sciences (Ihya Ulum al-Din) and directs the reader to the larger work for what lies beyond that. This book may not seem to be suited to the hurried life of a modern city. Yet al-Ghazali’s seriousness and sense of urgency stand out vividly and communicate themselves. The book is interesting, too, in that, though al-Ghazali’s standpoint is almost modern in many ways.

It is divided in two Parts, namely acts of obedience and refraining from Sin. It comprise the fundamentals of Din, Important basic issues and excellent virtues. It is brief, yet concise.

One of the Scholars has said that the benefit on anything sacred can not be achieved unless one follows its Adab i.e Etiquettes, this book deals with many of the etiquettes of everyday life according to the Sunnah.

Imam Al-Ghazali's Bidaya al-hidaya complements his spiritual autobiography and sets out his ideal of how the religious man should order his life from hour to hour and day to day.


Author:- Al-Ghazali

Translator:- W. Montgomery Watt

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Al-Ghazali Deliverance From Error and The Beginning of Guidance
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Al-Ghazali: Deliverance From Error and The Beginning of Guidance

$12.00 AUD

Deliverance from Error (Al Munqidh min al-Dalal) also known as Al-Ghazali's Path to Sufism The Autobiography By Iman Abu Hamid al-Ghazali

This volume contains a translation of Ghazali's autobiography The Deliverance from Error, in which the Imam describes his education and his intellectual crisis, which left him so paralysed by doubt that he was forced to resign the most distinguished academic appointment of his day.

The Beginning of Guidance Bidayatul Hidayah - Considered as an Introduction to The Ihya Ulum Ud Din.

Book can be considered as an Introduction to The Imam's Magnum Opus The Revival of the Religions Sciences (Ihya Ulum al-Din) and directs the reader to the larger work for what lies beyond that. This book may not seem to be suited to the hurried life of a modern city. Yet al-Ghazali’s seriousness and sense of urgency stand out vividly and communicate themselves. The book is interesting, too, in that, though al-Ghazali’s standpoint is almost modern in many ways.

It is divided in two Parts, namely acts of obedience and refraining from Sin. It comprise the fundamentals of Din, Important basic issues and excellent virtues. It is brief, yet concise.

One of the Scholars has said that the benefit on anything sacred can not be achieved unless one follows its Adab i.e Etiquettes, this book deals with many of the etiquettes of everyday life according to the Sunnah.

Imam Al-Ghazali's Bidaya al-hidaya complements his spiritual autobiography and sets out his ideal of how the religious man should order his life from hour to hour and day to day.


Author:- Al-Ghazali

Translator:- W. Montgomery Watt

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