Majed Al-Rassi’s popular booklet, compiled from the works of respected writers on the subject of comparative religion, has been revised and greatly expanded in this new edition. Islam is Your Birthright is a useful and comprehensive guide for Muslims who would like to know how to address non-Muslims on the subject of the relationship between Islam, Christianity and other.
This is a well written, well organized textbook. Book 1 covers basic Islamic knowledge beginning with tawheed (Islamic monotheism), and continuing with Quranic studies that include tafseer (explanation and commentary). It also has sections on the science of Hadith and the sources of Islamic law (fiqh).
Experienced educator and scholar Dr. Bilal Philips has written this excellent four-year high school Islamic Studies curriculum. Part one (the first year), Islamic Studies Book 1, may be used in Grade 7, 8 or 9. Book 1 covers basic Islamic knowledge beginning with the concept of tawheed (the Islamic concept of monotheism), and continuing with Quranic studies that include the science of tafseer (explanation and commentary) with examples given of select chapters of the Noble Qur’an. Book 1 also covers the science of Hadith and the sources of Islamic law (fiqh). Study questions at the end of every unit help the student to make use of his or her new knowledge and assess progress. This is a well written, well organized textbook that teachers and students of Islamic Studies will find indispensable.
She has a status within the home and she has a right as it relates to the inheritance; she has a right as it relates to buying and selling and ownership. She may own that which Allah permits her within Islam and this is her status.
This book outlines a dialogue between a Muslim and a Christian. The Muslim is convincing the Christian to see things differently, to accept that Christianity has been changed and altered. The Muslim is trying to show the Christian the true message of Jesus, the same one that has been taught by all the prophets, including Prophet Mohamed (PBUH).