Tafsir ibn Kathir part 4Normal price € 31,50
This book contains the interpretation of the tenth to the seventeenth surah of the Glorious Qur'aan, the primary source of Islam. A comprehensive commentary should consider the many aspects of divergent areas of knowledge. This includes Arabic grammar and linguistics, jurisprudence, context, history and others. Perhaps superfluous to conclude that this requires universal knowledge.
Ibn Kethier says in the introduction to his Tefsier: “When someone asks about Tefsir's best methods, we answered that the most correct method of explaining the Qur'aan is with the Qur'aan itself. mentioned in general terms in the Qur'aan, it is usually explained elsewhere. Allah says: "We have revealed to you (O Muhammad) the Maning (the Qur'aan) so that you may clearly explain to the people what has been sent down to them and that they will reflect." (16 Suratun-Nehl: 44) This is why the Messenger of Allah said, "I have been given the Qur'aan and its equivalent," referring to the Sunnah. "
The first generation of Islam usually refrained from explaining what they had no knowledge of. From Ebu Bakr As-Siddieq the following statement has been narrated: "Which land will bear me and which sky will cover me when I say about the Book of Allah that I do not know about?"
Author: Ibn Kathir
Translator (s): drs. J. Ploeger
Publisher: Project serve