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Mikyal al-makarim fi favaede doa lelghaem is an Arabic book written by Sayyed mohammad Taghi Mosavi Isfahani in 1330(lunar) and contains issues such as the reasons, advantages and the results of praying for Imam Zaman (A.S) and the duties of his followers in absence era. The author dreams Imam Zaman (A.S) and visits him while he was sleeping and by the order of him he begins writing this book and chooses the current name by Imam Zaman's saying.One of the features of this book is that by logical and narrative… Read more...
According to high and precious teachings of Quran every human who enters to this world is inherently monotheistic and undoubtedly knows God as the creator of the whole world, but sometimes occurs some different reasons and problems which put in danger the nature of God-knowing. Though the almighty Allah through sending prophets towards us helps us in this case by protecting in dangerous situations against aberration. After prophets, Imams have the responsibility and in following scholars are in charge of that. The current book titled by "Islam and contemporary human"… Read more...
The Perfect Man is a book which contains the text of Mr.Motahari's lectures which were given in 1353 (solar) before a group of college. These lectures were given in a situation which social orders were more important than spiritual aspect of Islam. The martyred master through his comprehensive attitude has set these issues to introduce the complete human in Islam, the multi-dimension human which contains all orders of divine religion and to prevent youngsters from one-dimension view to Islam. The manner of the author has been a comparative one which… Read more...
Quran has emphasized strongly on knowing God through setting all the creatures around the world a sign to lead to God. Also he has emphasized on knowing human himself. It means that for knowing human there is something more precious sign which is human himself. Self-recognition is the top level of recognitions that ends up to recognition of God. There are traditions from Imams that say self-recognition is the most helpful knowledge and again say whoever recognized himself indeed he has recognized God. Therefore self-recognition is the best knowledge and… Read more...
The story either in text or verbal has a long antiquity in our culture. Stories with champions from sky or over the earth who were struggling with matters created by the authors. Over the time stories have been written describing the lives of high-level and famous personalities. Also there are various and short religious tales among tradition and hadith books. Before Mr.Motahhari these tales were scattered through books but were gathered by people like him. As Mr. Motaharri mentions in the preface of his book, as long as he has… Read more...
This book is written by Ayatullah al-`Uzma al-Hajj ash-Shaykh Nasir Makarim Shirazi and Ayatullah Jafar Subhani. Syed Athar Husain S.H. Rizvi is the translator of the book into English. It is published by the Islamic Seminary Publications. Islam has ordered some things and refrained from others. The basis of this has some purpose and Islamic laws are not imposed without any reason. For example foods and drinks, the lawful relations and other things, all have some benefit or harm hidden in them. Whether the laws about them are made or… Read more...
This book is written by Sayyid Saeed Akhtar Rizvi and published by Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania. The word ‘Nabi’ (نبی)is derived from ‘Nubuwwat’ (نبوه). ‘Nubuwwat’ means ‘to be high’ and, thus ‘Nabi’means a ‘High person’: high in the presence of Allah, The word ‘Nabi’ shows the exalted position of the prophet which he enjoys in the presence of God. Another interpretation of 'Nabi! is that it is derived from 'Nubu-at i.e., to prophesize. According to this interpretation 'Nabi' means one who prophesizes. The word 'Rasul' (رسول)is derived from 'Risalat'… Read more...
Sunan al-Nabī (Arabic: سنن النبی) is a book written by 'Allama Tabatab'i in order to be an introduction to the traditions of the Prophet (s). This book originally is in Arabic and it has 21 chapters and it has been translated into Persian, English and Urdu. 'Allama Tabataba'i by taking this verse "certainly you have in the messenger of Allah an excellent exemplar" (33:21) as a principle, wrote the book to be an introductory to general moralities and manners of the Prophet (s) which is all in all called "tradition… Read more...
Almizan is an Arabic exegesis of the Quran in 20 volumes which is written by Allame Mohammad Hussein Tabatabayi.Since the time he started teaching in Howze-elmiyeh of Qom, he had the motivation of beginning of an exegesis. Eventually it was begun by insistence of his students.Writing of this book lasted 17 years from1333 to 1350 (lunar month).StructureThe first volume contains a preface written by the author and the interpretation of surah Hamd and 182 verses of surah Baqarah(the cow), and the other volumes explain and interpret the other sections of… Read more...
Jami' al-Sa'adat (The Collector of Felicities) written by Mohammad Mahdi Naraghi, by correction and annotation of Sayyed Mohammad Kalantar and introduction of Mohammad Reza Mozaffar is an ethical book in Arabic and in the year 1196 (lunar). StructureThe book begins by two introductions from Shaikh Mohammad Reza Mozaffar and the author, and the materials of the three volumes divided in three sections.This book as the author says contains one part of old practical wisdom (morality) and doesn't state about other parts –organizing home and governing cities- because his goal of… Read more...
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