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Book Review of The Fundamentals of Tawheed


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The Fundamentals of Tawheed (Islamic Monotheism)

by Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips; International Islamic Publishing House; Riyadh © 1994; 213 pages paperback.

Summary of Major topics:

Categories of Tawheed

Tawheed ar-Ruboobeeyah (maintaining the unity of Lordship)

Tawheed al-Asmaa was-Sifaat (maintaining the unity of Allaah's Names and Attributes)

Tawheed al-'Ebaadha (Maintaining the unity of worship)

Categories of Shirk

Shirk in Ruboobeeyah

Shirk by Association

Shirk by Negation

Shirk in al-Asmaa was-Sifaat

Shirk by Humanization

Shirk by Deification

Shirk in al-'Ebaadah

Ash-Shirk al-Akbar (major Shirk)

Ash-Shirk al-Asghar (minor Shirk)

Allaah's Covenant with Aadam

The Barzakh

Pre-creation

The Fitrah

Born Muslim

The Covenant

Charms and Omens

Charms

Ruling on Charms

Omens

Fa'l (Good Omen)

The Islamic Ruling on Omens

Fortunetelling

World of the Jinn

The Islamic Ruling on Fortunetelling

Visitation of Fortunetellers

Belief in Fortunetellers

Astrology

Arguments of Muslim Astrologists

The Islamic Ruling on Horoscopes

Magic

The Reality of Magic

The Islamic Ruling on magic

Transcendency

Significance

Danger of the Immanence concept

Clear Proofs

Summary

Seeing Allaah

Allaah's Image

Prophet Moosaa Asks To See Allaah

Did Prophet Muhammad (SAWS) See Allaah?

Satan Pretends to be Allaah

The meaning of Soorah an-Najm

The wisdom behind not seeing Allaah

Seeing Allaah in the Next Life

Seeing Prophet Muhammad (SAWS)

Saint Worship

Allaah's Favor

Taqwaa

Walee: The "Saint"

Fanaa: The union of Man with God

The union of God with Man

Roohullah: The "Spirit" of Allaah

Grave Worship

Prayers to the Dead

The Evolutionary Model of Religion

The Degeneration Model of Religion

The Beginning of Shirk

Excessive Praise of the Righteous

Grave Restrictions

Taking Graves as Places of Worship

Masjids with Graves

The Prophet's Grave

Salaah in the Prophet's Masjid


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