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    44 Ways to Manhood
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    44 Ways to Manhood

    Code   RP44
    ISBN     9786035013178 (603-501-317-1)
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    44 Ways to Manhood

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    Subtitleأربع و أربعون طريقا إلى الرجولة: كسر العادات القديمة و بناء شخصيات جديدة على منهج القرآن والسنة
    AuthorTaymullah Abdur-Rahman
    BindingHardback
    Pages128
    Size in Inches6x8.75x0.5
    Size in CM15x22x1.5
    Edition1st (2018)
    Weight (lbs)0.65

    44 Ways to Manhood: Breaking old habits and building new personalities based on the Quran. 

    What does it mean for a Muslim man to have a personality that is in accordance with the Islamic guidelines?

    In this informative and enlightening book, based on the teachings of the Qur’an and Sunnah, Taymullah Abdur-Rahman presents 44 principles that Muslim men need to implement in their lives.

    Some of these principles include essentials like sincerity, knowledge of Tawheed (monotheism) and Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence), excellent manners, good hygiene and consistent acts of worship. Others are useful guidelines, such as memorizing some Qur'an every day, staying in good physical shape, being tolerant, honoring women, fulfilling promises and debts, giving gifts, respecting leadership and so on.

    The author demonstrates that, contrary to popular opinion, manliness in Muslim men does not mean being gruff and harsh. He emphasizes that when implemented correctly, these 44 points will In Shaa Allah safeguard a Muslim man from everything which does not benefit him, his religion and hereafter.

    This book will be a useful resource for Muslim men of all ages, as well as in study circles and family discussions.

    ِAbout the Author: Taymullah Abdur-Rahman received a diploma in Islamic Studies from the Saudi Arabian Council of Senior Scholars in 2006.

    Since 2003, he has served as interim imam at numerous mosques, as chaplain for the Massachusetts Department of Correction and as a Northeastern University spiritual advisor.

    Currently, he is the Muslim chaplain for Harvard University, where he also teaches a graduate course on Islam at Harvard Divinity School. He is a social justice advocate and family pastoral care provider. 

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