Translated by Mustafa Abu Sway
By (author) Imam Al Ghazali
Hardback. 200 pages. size: 4.3 x 6.9 inches
This beautiful edition comprises forty gems from Ghazali’s inexhaustible treasury of writings with accompanying commentaries.
Abū Ḥāmid al-Ghazālī (d. 505/1111) has been described by some scholars as the greatest Muslim in Islamic history. His prolific works, written over the duration of his relatively short lifetime, have deeply influenced Islamic thought for nearly a thousand years. Al-Ghazālī was a polymath who had mastered every discipline known to the scholars of his time. In many ways, his corpus of writings on law, theology, philosophy, and Islamic spirituality, represent the most influential understanding of the Islamic religion ever articulated.
This short volume, written by one of the world’s leading experts on al-Ghazālī, comprises forty gems from al-Ghazālī’s inexhaustible treasury of writings, that give the modern reader insights into both the richness of al-Ghazālī’s thought, and how they can better help us understand Islam today.