شرح العقيدة الطحاويةي
Sharh al-'Aqidat al-Tahawiyah
By Ali bin Ali bin Muhammad Ibn Abi al-'Izz al-Damishqi
Takhrij By Dr Abdullah bin Abdul Hasan al-Turkiy & Shuaib al-Arna'ut
Hardback 1272 PAGES
2 Volumes Set
Publisher : Dar Al-Risalah Al-Alamiyyah
About The Book
In an age of bewildering spiritual and intellectual confusion, creed has never been more important. Every Muslim is obliged to learn it and is promised protection from deviant beliefs by following the unassailable texts of the scholastic community of Islam. Of them all, The Creed of Imam al-Tahawi is the simplest, the most effective, and the least controversial.
It serves as a sound basis for Islamic faith and is the most reliable of the early articulations of Muslim belief. Because Imam al-Tahawi avoided innovated theological issues and systematically presented the most fundamental aspects of dogmatic theology, his creed has achieved an unusual degree of acceptance in the Muslim world. In the thousand years since it was written, many great Muslim scholars have penned commentaries on it. It is still studied throughout the Muslim world and increasingly in the West
However, the one being discussed here is by Ibn Abi Al-'Izz (in 732 A.H.). However, this was eventually published in 1349 A.H. in Mecca.
* NEW PRINT (2011)
* EDITED WITH NOTES
* CLEAR TO READ
About The Author
Born in 645 AH. and belonged to a town, Dir'a, near Damascus.
- Belonged to a family of scholars and judges; a follower of Hanafi madhab.
- He met Ibn Taymiyyah, Adh-Dhahabi, Ibn Al-Qayyim and Ibn Katheer.
- He was imprisoned because of his objections to certain wording of an ode in praise of the Prophet (peace be upon him). He was also convicted because of some other beliefs that were not concurrent with norm and Sultan’s viewpoints.
- In this commentary, Ibn Abi Al-‘Izz make Qur’an and Sunnah as his primary source and takes them at their literal value and avoids metaphorical understanding if there is no proof.
- In the commentary, he does not differentiate between essential and active attributes of Allah, meaning Allah is not only Living and Powerful, but also creating things and providing for them.
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