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LIFE OF THE GRAVE – IT’S DELIGHTS AND HORRORS UNTIL RESURRECTION
LIFE OF THE GRAVE – IT’S DELIGHTS AND HORRORS UNTIL RESURRECTION
LIFE OF THE GRAVE – IT’S DELIGHTS AND HORRORS UNTIL RESURRECTION
LIFE OF THE GRAVE – IT’S DELIGHTS AND HORRORS UNTIL RESURRECTION
LIFE OF THE GRAVE – IT’S DELIGHTS AND HORRORS UNTIL RESURRECTION

LIFE OF THE GRAVE – IT’S DELIGHTS AND HORRORS UNTIL RESURRECTION

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DESCRIPTION:

We are Well-Informed about our lives, our homes, our encounters and the people we experience them with. This book, Life of the Grave: its Delights and Horrors until Resurrection, is a detailed overview of the next stage in our journey. It is Ibn Rajab’s contribution to the topic of life after death and the grave.

It presents a thorough study of our belief in terms of the grave, the questioning, its rewards and its horrors. It also discusses the circumstances of the inhabitants of the grave and what they experience in an effort to try and prepare us for the inevitable.

Using the Qur’an, hadith, stories of the pious predecessors and poetry, Ibn Rajab presents us with content to ponder over, reflect and take as admonishment so that our hardened hearts may become soft and receptive to the words of Allah ﷻ and His beloved Messenger ﷺ.  

DETAILS:

ISBN: 9781906949969
AUTHOR: Imam Ibn Rajab Al-Hanbali (Author) Shoaib Shah (Translator) Mansur Ali (Editor)
BINDING: Paperback
PAGES: 237 Pages
DIMENSIONS: 9.5 x 1.2 x 6.5 inches
PUBLISHER: Turath Publishing

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Imam ibn Rajab al-Hanbali was known as the leading scholar of his era, an eminent Quran master, a jurist of repute, a moving sermonizer, and a major historian. He was born in Baghdad in 1335. At the age of eight, he moved to Damascus along with his father.

In Damascus, he began his religious studies, first memorizing the Quran in its variant canonical readings. He then began the study of hadith, a pursuit that would take him to Makkah, Egypt, and other Islamic centers of learning. Ibn Rajab studied with the leading scholarly authorities of his day. He was especially influenced by the great Hanbali scholar, Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya, one of the most renowned names in Muslim history.

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