Reconstruction Of Religious Thoughts In Islam
Religious thought mean that form of thought which is concerned with any of the problems of a religious nature within a particular religion, in the same sense that mathematical thought is the form of thought which deals with mathematical questions and solves mathematical problems. Needless to say religious thought, like other forms of thought, must have reliable sources from which the raw material of its thought originates and upon which it depends. The single source upon which the divinely revealed religion of Islam depends and upon which it is based, inasmuch as it is based on a revelation of celestial origin, is none other than the Holy Qur'an which is the definitive testament of the universal and ever-living prophethood of the Prophet and it is the content of the Qur'an that bears the substance of the islamic call.
Dr Y A Sabba
Dr. YA Sabba is a highly educated scholar and academic adept in Urdu, Hindi and Persian having MA, PhD form Delhi University. He is an Associate Professor teaching in the University. He sincerely devoted to his time teaching and writing related to his field ad had also writing related to his field and had also attended several seminars and symposium on the subject.
Preface V 1.Reconstruction of Religious Thoughts in Islam: An Introduction -- Pg.1 2.The Structure of Islam and its Principle of Movement -- Pg. 23 3.Muslim Religious Experience-- Pg. 57 4. Islami Religious Foundations -- Pg. 87 5.Theology of Islam: The Five Pillars -- Pg. 107 6.The Ocean of Divine Knowledge -- Pg. 135 7. Islamic Philosophy and the Modern Islamic Thought -- Pg. 169 8. Allah In The Holy Quran 9.Transmission of the Classics to the West -- Pg. 291 Bibliography -- Pg. 311 Index -- Pg. 315