Return to Book
جلد Islam
Published by:
Sayyid Saeed Akhtar Rizvi
Original Language:
12.0 × 16.5 cm

About this Book

Exposition and explanation of the fundamental beliefs of the Imamiyyah Shia, i.e.: Monotheism (Tawḥīd), Justice of God, Prophethood, Imamate and Resurrection (Ma‘ād).
- Ways of knowing God based on His attributes such as beauty and majesty.
- What does the justice of God mean? Why is the justice of God one of the fundamental beliefs of Shi’ism? What connection does the justice of God have with human beings having free will?
- A discussion regarding determinism and free will.
- Recognising prophets and accepting them as the messengers of God even though they have an appearance similar to other human beings.
- Introduction and exposition of the messengership of the prophet (s) of Islam.
- Imamate (the successorship of the Prophet) and how the Imam is appointed by God and not people.
- A discussion regarding verses of the Quran and narrations about the identification of Imams, the introduction of Imams and Ahl al-Bayt (a) who are the successors of the Prophet (s) and their stations such as the verse of Taṭhīr and Ḥadīth al-Kisā’.
- Did anyone other than Imam ‘Alī ibn Abī Ṭālib (a) possess the attributes of successorship and trusteeship of the Prophet (s) of Islam?
- A discourse regarding jurisprudents and deputies of the Imam (a).
- Explanation regarding Resurrection and analysis of outcomes of a person’s actions.
- A cursory mention of the ten branches (furū‘) of the Imamiyyah Shia sect.

Comment about this book: