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AL-KAFI The Book of Divin Unity (III)

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AL-KAFI The Book of Divin Unity (III)

AL-KAFI The Book of Divin Unity (III)

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جلد AL-KAFI The Book of Divin Unity (III)
Published by:
WOFIS
Author:
ash-Shaykh Abu Jafar Muhammad Ibn Ya'qub Ibn Ishaq al-Kulayni ar-Razi
Translator:
Sayyid Muhammad Hasan Rizvi
Language:
English
Original Language:
Arabic
Pages:
132
Size:
23.5 × 16.5 cm
Cover:
شومیز (جلد نرم)

About this Book

With great precaution, words in the field of theology must be u9nderstood, as our words usually rejinate in the field of senses and sometimes draws with itself an unfortunate result of sense comparison to the superior circle of perceptive. Groups who have enough Islamic theology knowledge or profoundness in that field and sometimes even some words from the Holy Quran as well which with negligence are interpreted from other verses explanations, arouses their comparison imagination.
The Prophet's household members (p.b.u.t) cleanse this" comparison" imagination.

It is because of this that comparison imagination is abundantly seen between Muslims - other Than the group who are instructed in the Holy Prophet's (s.a.w) family court - who are the life - saving ships - the traditions in this volume of the translation of Kafi -which is from the nineteenth chapter of the Book of Divine Unity, or commences from the chapter of "motion and transfer" to the last chapter of this book or chapter 35, with the title: Guidance from God, the Great the Almighty, continues - in many of the instances seeks to repel these same doubts.

No unconditional compulsion and no unconditional freewill In the field of theology and purification of attributes, the problem of compulsion and free will also have a wide and expansive scope and are discussed from many angles. The solution of this problem titled 'al-amr bain al-amrain' meaning, the middle path
related to these two directions of compulsion and free will, which are stated form the Imams of the Prophet's household (p.b.u.t). This chapter has a luster and specialty and removes the problems deeply and from the roots. This translated volume puts a worthy collection of Traditions in this field at the esteemed researchers disposal.
It is natural that we cannot forget, the abundant need for traditions aling with a notable Islamic scholar's explanations and exegesis.