3 edition of attributes of divine perfection = [Maqṣad al-asná] found in the catalog.
attributes of divine perfection = [Maqṣad al-asná]
|Other titles||Concept of God in Islam, Ninety-nine names of God|
|Statement||[Abu Hamid al-Ghazzālī ; illustrated by Ahmed Moustafa]|
|Contributions||Stade, Robert, Moustafa, Ahmed|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||61, 143 p.,  folded leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||143|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ghazzālī, Attributes of divine perfection. Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Xenel Industries Ltd., © The ninety-nine beautiful names of God = al-Maqṣad al-asnā: fī s̲h̲arḥ asmāʼ Allāh al-ḥusnā. not limited to ninety-nine --Explaining the benefits of enumerating ninety-nine names specifically --Are the names and attributes applied to God based on divine instruction, Maqṣad al-asná.
His attributes, and His deeds By this comes man's perfection, and in his perfection is his happiness and worthiness to live near the divine majesty and perfection Jan p. The famous theologian, Abū Ḥāmid al-Ghazālī (d. AH/ CE), wrote a book on the concept of God in which he included a chapter entitled, “Explaining that the perfection and salvation of the worshipper is in emulating the Divine qualities of God and embodying their meanings to the extent that is humanly conceivable.”.
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