The Jurisprudence of the Prophetic Biography

Darussalam Islamic Bookshop Australia

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Many are those who wrote about the life of the Messenger of God and analyzed it. They presented it as an exemplar of human greatness, insisting on giving people to understand that his conquests were nothing more than a revolution of the economic Left against an extremist Right and deluding them into believing that the ulterior motive which led the Messenger of God to do what he did was his desire to transfer sovereignty from the hands of non-Arabs to those of the Arabs.

This is an Ideal Book to Learn about. -The nature, need, and purpose of revelation and prophethood. -Arabia and the world before the birth of the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him -The life of the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, up to the beginning of revelation -The beginning of Revelation and the quiet calling -The open calling up to migration -Migration and settling in Medina -Establishing Medinan society -The Prophetic wars -The opening of Mecca and the final years -The Prophetic example -Key lessons from the Prophet’s life Many are those who wrote about the life of the Messenger of God and analyzed it. They presented it as an exemplar of human greatness, insisting on giving people to understand that his conquests were nothing more than a revolution of the economic Left against an extremist Right and deluding them into believing that the ulterior motive which led the Messenger of God to do what he did was his desire to transfer sovereignty from the hands of non-Arabs to those of the Arabs. The weaving of fabricated conceptions, however, proved to be incapable of turning truth into falsehood. Hence, the clouds blown in by such writings have dissipated and the bright truth has broken through once again. People in general and intellectuals in particular have remained certain that the greatness of the Messenger of God was a fruit of his prophethood and that the conquests and sovereignty he realized were the execution of a divine command rather than a quest of wealth or dominion.