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Mishkat al-Anwar wa Misfat al-Asrar : Arabic
Mishkat al-Anwar wa Misfat al-Asrar : Arabic
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  • Authored by: Imam al-Ghazali

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Details:  Mishkat al-Anwar wa Misfat al-Asrar : Arabic, New,
[A4] Paperback - 228 pages,
Mishkat al Anwar by Imam Abu Hamid al-Ghazali,
Tahqiq by Shaykh 'Abd al-Aziz Sayrawan,
Published by Alam al-Kutub, Lebanon.




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Mishkat al-Anwar (The Niche of Lights) is an accessible and richly rewarding text by one of the most fascinating and important thinkers in the history of Islam.


Abu Hamid Muhammad al-Ghazali's philosophical explorations covered nearly the entire spectrum of twelfth-century beliefs. Beginning his career as a skeptic, he ended it as a scholar of mysticism and orthodoxy.
Mishkat al-Anwar, written near the end of his illustrious career, advances the philosophically important idea that reason can serve as a connection between the devout and God. Imam al-Ghazali argues that abstracting God from the world, as he believed theologians did, was not sufficient for understanding.


Exploring the boundary between philosophy and theology,
Mishkat al-Anwar seeks to understand the role of reality in the perception of the spiritual.




He is Abu Hamid Muhammad bin Muhammad al-Ghazali, famous in the world of learning as Al-Ghazali was born in 450 AH (1058 C.E). in Persia . He graduated from the Nizamia Madrassa at Nishapur, with distinction.a very famous educational institution in Nishapur. Later he was appointed as a teacher at the Nizamia College in Baghdad, where he proved very successful in imparting knowledge to the scholars under his care. This valuable gift of sustaining interest of his pupils and passing on his knowledge to them made him so famous that students from all parts of the country flocked to study under him.


Imam al-Ghazali was  fondly referred to as the "Hujjat-ul-lslam", Proof of Islam, He is honoured as a scholar and a saint (wali) by learned men all over the world.











Dimensions : 23.8 x 16.6 x 1.1cm.









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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 28 February, 2017.