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What I'm Reading in November (2017)

I read quite a few books last month so I decided I needed a break this month and put a pause on some of the books I wanted to read. 475 more words

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Adab, Ilmu dan Amal

Banyak orang berilmu tapi tak beradab, tak beramal. Ada yang beramal tanpa ilmu, pun tak beradab. Ada yang beradab, punya ilmu tapi tak beramal. Ada pula yang berilmu dan beramal tapi tak beradab. 879 more words


Benefits of reciting Surah Yaseen

Imaam Nawawi says, “One should be especially observant in reciting Surat Ya Sin (36), Surat al Waqia (56) and Surat al Mulk.(67)”

Imam Ghazali explained that… 394 more words

Quranic Healings

Asma Allah, Du'a jameelah, Imam Ghazali, and music in Islam

Dear Readers,

Assalamu alaikum! (peace be with you all)

Continuing on the musical tradition in Islam, a topic I posted before on here where the Quran is recited musically, and  1,561 more words


Purification of The Soul

Penulis (Author) : Various Authors (Ibn Rajab Al-Hanbali, Ibn Qayyim, Imam Ghazali)
Genre: Islam, Religion, Self-Help
Tarikh Tamat (Date Finished) : 16 January 2017… 271 more words


Imam Ghazali and Khatm-e-Nabuwwat

Imam Ghazali (450 A.H-505 A.H.) says `If the right of denying the authority of consensus be admitted, it will give rise to many absurdities. For example, if someone says that it is possible for a person to attain the office of Prophethood after our Apostle Mohammed (pbuh), we shall not hestitate to pronounce him as an infidel, but in the course of a controversy the man who wishes to prove that any reluctance in pronoucing such a person as an apostate is a sin shall have to seek the aid of consensus in support of his arguments, because reason is no arbiter against the possibilty of the existance of a `new prophet.’ As regards the followers of the `new prophets’ they will not be utterly incapable of making various interpretations of La Nabiya Ba`di, “There will be no Prophet after me” and Khatam-ul-Nabiyyin, `Last of the Prophets.’ A follower of the `new prophets’ might say that Khatam-ul-Naibiyyin, `Last of the Prophets’ bears the meaning “last of the prominent Messengers.” If you argue that “prophets” is a common word, he would very easily give this term a particular significance with regard to his own `prophethood.’ In respect of `No Prophet will come after him’, such a man would contend that this expression does not say that `No Messengers will follow him.’ There is a difference betwen a Prophet and a Messenger. 185 more words

Concept Of Finality Of Prophethood