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The Book Of Major Sins

The Book Of Major Sins Some of the major tribulations of human existence come about as a result of committing sins and spreading evil in the world Islam recognizes that the human being is imperfect fallible and prone to c

  • Title: The Book Of Major Sins
  • Author: Muhammad ibn Sulaymân at-Tamimi Ibraheem as-Selek
  • ISBN: 9789960955049
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Some of the major tribulations of human existence come about as a result of committing sins and spreading evil in the world Islam recognizes that the human being is imperfect, fallible, and prone to committing sins This is part of the human s innately weak nature as a mortal creature, and Allah forgives all sins, if He wills However, if we have the ability to find out wSome of the major tribulations of human existence come about as a result of committing sins and spreading evil in the world Islam recognizes that the human being is imperfect, fallible, and prone to committing sins This is part of the human s innately weak nature as a mortal creature, and Allah forgives all sins, if He wills However, if we have the ability to find out what the major sins are, and we have the knowledge and the wherewithal to avoid committing them, then we are held accountable The Book of Major Sins is a useful handbook for every Muslim who wishes to please Allah and to avoid His wrath by learning what Allah has proscribed for him or her and making every effort to keep away from major sins.

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    1. Muhammad ibn Sulaymân at-Tamimi Ibraheem as-Selek

      Shaykh Muhammad ibn Sulaym n at Tamimi was a leading revivalist of the 12th H 18th CE century who is famous for his call to return to the original teachings of Islam, as based on the Qur an and the authentic Hadith of the Prophet s Sunnah As a reformer, he refuted innovations and deviations from these teachings He focused on purification which started with the internal correction of basic beliefs and the purity of intention He rejected the blind following practiced by many adherents of the different schools of thought, and he rebuffed the division this caused among the Muslims.Upholding tawheed the fundamental Islamic teaching of monotheism was his primary concern Though the Shaykh mostly instigated change through religious instruction and debate rather than physical acts, he also caused great controversy at the time by supporting his belief in tawheed with appropriate actions The Sheikh encouraged Muslims to pull down structures built over graves for the purpose of venerating or seeking the intercession of the pious people who were buried there The Shaykh also participated in cutting down supposedly magical trees which people visited to get blessings and ask for cures The Shaykh s preaching earned him enemies, who mainly opposed him in the name tradition or politics Throughout these difficulties, the Shaykh continued to be a lecturer and teacher, and he also served as a judge Shaykh Muhammad was born to a religious family in a town near Riyadh He memorized the entire Qur an before he had reached the age of ten Later, he travelled to further his studies in the religious centres of Makkah, Madinah and Basra before returning to his Saudi hometown around the year 1152H 1740CE The Shaykh died in 1206H 1792CE.His children, grandchildren and students continued on with his message of revival, purification, and return to the Islamic fundamentals There have been many scholars among his descendents, who are known by the family name l al Shaykh, or House of the Shaykh.

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    1. the book is wonderful. I once reads it from a friend and eventually feel enlightened by its content. its is surely very inviting. May Allah help us to desist ourselves from committing all sorts of sin being it major or lesser. Ameen.


    2. Due to it being short (about 114 pages) and accessible, it's a perfect read to begin the year with; without it being as menacing as the title sounds! (although I supposed that is subjective) I've had the book for quite a few months, and have only flicked through it a few times to read a couple of topics; but I resolved to read this book on New Year's Day and to use it as a meaningful book-to-help-you-help-yourself. The content, which is compiled from hadiths and quotes from the Qur'an, provides [...]


    3. Clear and concise. The biggest pros of the book is that it's all in one place and you'd be surprised how many of them either you have or someone you know has. And it's quiet a disappointment. With relevant ahadeeth and Qur'an verses, one realizes the importance of each of the issues. The con would be that though, I'd say the importance of most issues were proven, some made me wonder if there was a Fiqh ruling behind whether it was or not.


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