Author: Shaykh Yassin Roushdy
Paperback: 112 pages
Publisher: Dar al-Taqwa (UK)
About the Book:
This is an uncompromising understanding and belief in absolute Divine Unity lies at the core of Islam and indeed any true understanding of existence. Few books, however, present the matter so clearly and coherently.
In this age of scepticism when the old theological certainties of the past have been all but totally discarded by the dominant ethos and when even Muslims have become infected by the disease of scientific materialism, it is refreshing to find this restatement of the traditional position.
Basing himself firmly on the Qur’an and Sunnah, Shaykh Yassin Roushdy uses the structure of the Ninety-Nine Names to Present as complete and answer as possible to the question: “What is God like?”
In the book the author also shows the implications of the knowledge of Divine Unity for every human being. It will therefore make fascinating and important reading for Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
About the Author:
Shaykh Yassin Roushdy is a leading scholar and lecturer as well as a well-known author in the Islamic World. He was born in Egypt and has dedicated most of his life to Dawaa and Islamic teachings. He has written many books dealing with contemporary topics as well as traditional issues. He has generously given us permission to publish his books royalty free as a contribution from him to the readers and to promote the science of Islamic knowledge. May Allah reward him for his effort, dedication and generosity, and grant him Paradise.