Ibn Taymiyyah was born in Syria on 22 January (1263). Throughout history, he is considered one of the very few distinguished scholars of Islam. From an early age, Ibn Taymiyyah was firmly grounded in Islamic traditional education, with emphasis on the Qur'an, Hadith, and the Arabic language. His prolific works have served to reaffirm traditional Islamic understanding. Ibn Taymiyyah's scholarly contributions resulted in numerous books and treatises.
This work is the first complete translation of the well known Kitab al-Imam, written by thirteenth-century scholar Ibn Taymiyyah. The concept of Iman (faith) is fundamental to Islam. It defines the nature of Muslim life and the essence of the religion as a whole. Ibn Taymiyyah's own deep conviction and understanding of Iman is based on interpretation of the Qur'an, Hadith, sayings and deeds of the Prophet Muhammad, and the conduct of the pious ancestors of the first three centuries of Islam. Learn More80.00 (MYR)