|Islamic study 1, 9/13/2012|
By Iman Hamed (Crown point IN)
I like that book it's really good for every one
By Faheem Baig (Sheboygan WI)
This is an incredible book and series. The wealth of knowledge is truly scholarly. I had the good fortune of studying in the very school that caused its founding, at Manarat Schools in Saudi Arabia. At the time I remember fondly reading ahead through the chapters and learning a great deal. After I found this book online I jumped to purchase it and thought I would share it with my students. Wow, I didn't realize how rich in detail it was. Certainly well beyond the level of my students' knowledge, and even I will be learning something new from it. But this is a must have for teaching and learning principles of Islam, belief and some elements of Islamic History. A definite must have from Sheikh Bilal Philips.
|islamic studies book 1, 2/5/2011|
By tammy zouhair (Denver CO)
A very good book for homeschoolers for Islamic Studies. I like the questions at the end of the chapters.
|islamic studies seies, 12/6/2010|
By Karen Velazquez (Pittsburgh PA)
This is a very and well presented series. It is intended for young mind and are new in their studty of Islam. I like that there are questions for review and answereing at the end of each chapter. This series was recommended by our Iman/teacher of arabic in Pittsburgh at The Islamic Center of Pittsburgh . very nice.
|ISLAMIC STUDIES BOOK 1, 11/18/2010|
By MARY ABDULLAH (CLEVELAND HTS. OH)
EXCELLENT BOOK FOR YOUNG STUDENTS AND ADULTS TO CONTINUE TO BE EDUCATION WITH THE WAY OF LIFE.