Religion is a whole; it is the collection of Divine principles that engender various forms of worship. Those who accept some parts of religion while denying others lack sufficient knowledge of religion and do not recognize its true form. Religion is like a tree: issues concerning faith are its roots while those concerning worship are its branches and leaves. Following the same analogy, a polite manner and attitude in daily life is the flower of the tree, while the rules are fence that wards off harm, and prayers are the elements that give it sustenance. Religion, which displays such a wholeness and unity, has been completely established by God and conveyed and taught to humanity by His messengers. Likewise, just as all the interrelated and cooperative parts above go to make the integral whole of a tree, fasting as an act of worship is an essential part of the overall divine set of principles.
This book seeks to explore the divine institution of fasting by answering frequently asked questions. In this way, this comprehensive guide to fasting in Islam aims to make readers better understand and be more aware of this significant act of worship.
|Sayfa Sayısı:||154 sayfa|
|Basım Yılı:||Yok 2009|
|Kağıt Cinsi:||2. Hamur kağıt|