The Qur’an is filled with lessons for those who reflect. This book by Ammar Awais (which is completely free to readers) draws attention to these lessons, providing a practical means to gain valuable new insights into the stories of the Qur’an.
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WHAT THE BOOK IS ABOUT:
The book presents 70 valuable insights from the stories narrated in the Quran—from the creation of Adam and Hawwa (Eve) until the time of the Quran’s revelation. It analyses all major narratives of the Quran, including those of the prophets Nuh (Noah), Ibrahim (Abraham), Yusuf (Joseph), Musa (Moses), Dawud (David), Sulayman (Solomon), Isa (Jesus), and others. Each chapter provides a brief overview of the relevant story, followed by a summary of what we can learn from it.
WHY I WROTE IT:
We mostly read the Quran without understanding or contemplating its beautiful teachings. My purpose of writing this book is to make ourselves reflect on the narrative aspect of the Quran, to benefit from its insights, and implement its message in our lives.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Ammar is an active researcher of the Quran and Sunnah, and currently, a student of Shariah-compliant Banking and Finance. He writes regularly for Islamic magazines with the intent to reawaken the spirit of studying the authentic Islamic texts first-hand, and promoting a practical implementation of their teachings. The author is a keen believer in using online tools and modern techniques to educate young Muslims about their deen in a fulfilling manner. He also manages IslamExplained.Info – a website dedicated to explaining the simple and beautiful teachings of Islam for the benefit of both Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
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