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[ Pdf Shia ☆ pop-culture PDF ] by Muhammad Husayn Tabatabai ☆ I think this is one of the most beautiful books that I had read on Islam in general.


This book was not about what is right with Shi'ism and wrong with Sunnism (as per my original perception since it is written by a Shia Scholar), on the contrary it was a complete guidebook for understanding Islam as a whole.


The breakdown of chapters:
Chapter One was dedicated to the split between Sunni and Shia and continued onto the second chapter which talked about the divisions within Shia Islam.
Chapters Three, Four and Six were a philosophical treatise.
Chapter Five was dedicated to the Prophet (Peace be upon Him) and chapter Seven to the Twelve Imams.




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Although some of the prophecies by the sixth Imam do seem to me to be outlandish, there is no doubt that Shi'ism has more theological validity than Sunnism.
Upon reading Nahjul Balagha; you can see that Hazrat Ali was the best suited for the caliphate.
Approaching religion in general and Islam in particular as a seeker drawn to the esoteric or deep underlying meaning of religious truisms, I was blessed to be able to be influenced heavily by Sufism during my conversion process and subsequently in my life as a Muslim.
I specifically have steered clear of sectarian divisions between SunniShia during this time as I have tried to the best of my abilities to understand the basics of all of Islam: Qur'an, Hadith, common Islamic theology, Shariah, metaphysical concepts, etc.
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Yet the more one progresses in the faith, the harder it is to ignore these differences as various theological and doctrinal issues demand attention.
My very practice of Islam has by default been Sunni as it was simply the way that the prayers, rituals and pillars of Islam were first presented to me.


As to the differences between SunniShia, I've had a sen I think this is one of the most beautiful books that I had read on Islam in general.


This book was not about what is right with Shi'ism and wrong with Sunnism (as per my original perception since it is written by a Shia Scholar), on the contrary it was a complete guidebook for understanding Islam as a whole.


The breakdown of chapters:
Chapter One was dedicated to the split between Sunni and Shia and continued onto the second chapter which talked about the divisions within Shia Islam.
Chapters Three, Four and Six were a philosophical treatise.
Chapter Five was dedicated to the Prophet (Peace be upon Him) and chapter Seven to the Twelve Imams.




I will recommend it blindfold to anyone who wants a Good introduction on the topic.
Seyyed Hossein Nasr's introduction provides a background into why this text was written, which is a good way in which to read the bookdirected at modern audiences, introductory, not polemical, etc.


The text itself is really superb and very readable.
It goes through the origins and history of Shiism (and provides hadithproofs for Shi'ism), the major Shiite divisions, Shii thought on matters such as eschatology, the role of the Prophet (peace be upon him), and the conception of God, and concludes with a brief history of each of the 12 Imams.


As someone who has never understood the rationale behind imamah (both historical and philosophical justifications), Allamah Tabatabai's book served as an excellent introduction.
Although I have outstanding questions, it had the right mix of philosophy with history to whet my appetite.
Good introduction on the topic.
Seyyed Hossein Nasr's introduction provides a background into why this text was written, which is a good way in which to read the bookdirected at modern audiences, introductory, not polemical, etc.


The text itself is really superb and very readable.
It goes through the origins and history of Shiism (and provides hadithproofs for Shi'ism), the major Shiite divisions, Shii thought on matters such as eschatology, the role of the Prophet (peace be upon him), and the conception of God, and concludes with a brief history of each of the 12 Imams.


As someone who has never understood the rationale behind imamah (both historical and philosophical justifications), Allamah Tabatabai's book served as an excellent introduction.
Although I have outstanding questions, it had the right mix of philosophy with history to whet my appetite.
A great introductory book to Shi'a Islam.
The core principles are explained in sufficient detail by an authoritative individual.
Having said that, the book is not exhaustive in its arguments nor does it satisfy a person's search for Shi'a answers.
It is simply an introductory book.
A good read overall.
Thankyou Tim for sharing this gem!!! 😻😇 بسم اللّه

دقت علامه در انتخاب کلمه و موقع سخن ستودنی است.
هرگز چنین کتابی را روزنامه وار یا حتی کتاب وار نمی شود خواند.
قدم به قدم با کلماتش باید پیش رفت و در هر کدام تأمل کرد.
درست متوجه می شوی که با ذهنی منظم و پرداخته روبرویی.
اعتقادم این است که شیعه در اسلام را همچو منی به تنهایی نمی تواند بخواند و استادی حاذق نیاز دارد تا دقایق سخنان ایشان را بشکافد.
وگرنه، صرفاً کتابی خوانده شده و لحظاتی گذشته.
این روزها خود بنده و معدودی قسمت توحید، نبوت، و معاد فوق العاده بود
In assigning stars to a book on religion, I don't presume to evaluate the substance of an author's faith, and for this book, I am wholly unqualified to judge whether Tabatabai accurately summarizes and reflects the history and core beliefs of the Shi'a tradition.
However, the version I read, translated into English by Sayyid Husayn Nasr, provides an excellent and accessible overview of the history of Shi'ite faith.
The proofs of God and the discussion of divine characteristics and qualities show the influence of Aristotle on Islamic philosophy.
The detailed histories of the twelve imams in the last chapter are fascinating.
Overall, the book affirms the Sunni and Shi'ite traditions as mostly very similar, but consistently implies that Shi'ite beliefs and practices are just a little more rigorous and sophisticated.
The footnotes ar The book is meant as an explanation of the basic Islamic beliefs from the eye of a Shia theologian.
However, I was more interested in knowing how an acclaimed Faqih and Shia philosopher explains the ontology of God.
Thus, for me, two most important parts of the book are where Allama Tabatabai discusses methods of religious thought (Ch.
III) and the knowledge of God (Ch.
IV).


Allama Tabatabai defines the three methods of attaining religious knowledge i.
e.
, external meaning (which is meant for everyone), philosophical or esoteric meaning (which is available for the learned) and spiritual meaning (which is only available for the selected few).
From there, and with the help of philosophical argument, he explains the knowledge A nice, concise overview of Shi'ism.
Although some of the prophecies by the sixth Imam do seem to me to be outlandish, there is no doubt that Shi'ism has more theological validity than Sunnism.
Upon reading Nahjul Balagha; you can see that Hazrat Ali was the best suited for the caliphate.

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