The author Martin Lings was a Muslim convert and Arabic speaker who spent formative years in Cairo and earned a Ph.D. on Sufism at SOAS University of London in 1959.
", The Times said "this work is widely recognized as the most readable account of the life of the Prophet to date.
This is their description in the Taurah (Torah).
The author wanted to be known by his adopted Muslim name in later life, but the publishers of this book continues to use his old Christian name as some kind of a ruse to attract people belonging to other religions.
" Parabola stated that "for those interested in Islam in one way or another, it is mesmerizing.
A former Roman Catholic nun and winner of a Muslim Public Affairs Council Media Award, Karen Armstrong shows how Muhammad's life can teach us a great deal about our world.
Martin Lings’ biography of Muhammad is an internationally acclaimed, comprehensive, and authoritative account of the life of the prophet.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Muhammad? Bill Warner PhD, Narrated by:
He belonged to the perennialist stream of mystical philosophy and considered himself as a Sufi. Exploring the birth period of Islam, this biography focuses on one of the most prominent and respected Muslim women in history: Khadija, the wife of the Prophet Muhammad.
It was an amazing read.
What i liked most is that this book flows easily and reads like a novel.
This book was written by the scholar of Sufism Martin Lings.
At 31, he went to Cairo and became a lecturer in Cairo University. I will listen to it again.
(, Inside the Soul of Islam: A Transformative Guide to the Love, Beauty and Wisdom of Islam for Spiritual Seekers of all Faiths, By:
the best epic biography i've ever read but there's no word can descibe how great Muhammad is,,.
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Widely recognized as the best biography of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) in English, Dr. Martin Lings' award-winning book is now available in audio, read by well-known narrator Sean Barrett. It can be a delicate matter reviewing books that involve sacred texts and holy people.
Mamoon Yusaf. of their Faith) is on their faces (fore heads) from the traces of prostration (during prayers).
He also reports from Lings how while writing this book, "he was overwhelmed with the presence of the Prophet during the entire time and felt a great blessing in having been able to complete it.".
Here, renowned spiritual teacher and Sufi sheikh Kabir Helminski gives us a compelling interpretation of spiritual or holistic Islam that will hearten contemporary Muslims looking for a faith suited for our times, and providing non-Muslims a brilliant introduction to this rich spiritual tradition.
Meem audio should hire him immediately to do more books, but also do an UNABRIDGED version of Muhammad as well. The Holy Qur'an in an English translation, with commentary. Ayman Haleem, By:
The focus in the book is less about the teachings of Islam and more about Muhammad. $14.95 a month after 30 day trial.
Highly recommended to all who wish to know what Islam is about. Like Abraham, Moses and Jesus before him, the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.)
Mohammed Faris, The Challenge and Choices of Interpreting the Prophet’s Legacy, By: Mamoon Yusaf, By:
Muhammed: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources is true to its title.
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Islam once gave birth to a great civilization that respected religious diversity, freedom of conscience, and scientific thought, and Islamic knowledge contributed to the birth of humanism in the Renaissance.
Why on earth was this made in a way so unfriendly to people who would like to follow carefully?I am angry with this deliberate, misleading, confusing deception that is never explained to the purchaser. Abdel Haleem (Oxford Books) as well.
", Upon its first edition, the book was subject to criticism by some Muslims who decried the "Perennialist poison" in the book.
I'm sure this sort of book is hardly easy to write, but I would'v.
Martin Lings did an amazing job and Audible have done a great job presenting this in audio format.
Though it is the fastest growing religion in the world, Islam remains shrouded by ignorance and fear.
This biography was written in a way to enable to reader to delve into the life of Prophet Muhammad and not see it as a non-fiction.
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Each chapter deals with an important event in the history of Islam and provides chronological context for the advent of the religion, as well as detailed information about Muhammad..
The Book also describes Prophet's earlier times as an orphan under his Uncle's protection. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of 384 pages and is available in Paperback format.
By: Highly recommended. This book was also given an award by the government of Pakistan.
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