Sufism is the Islamic branch of Islam based on the teachings of the 12th century Islamic scholar, Al-Ghazali (1058-1111 AD) "al-Amili" (the Spaniard) and "al-Hallaj" (the Najdi from Raij) and is often known by the derivation of some of its most famous figures 'al-Wahabi" (the Wahabi). Al-Ghazali was a philosopher as well as a Sufi and a Sunni. He may be considered the "father of Islamic philosophy." al-Ghazali (1058-1111 AD) (Arabic fath al-Muqtatad)(Islamic Father of the Zealot'') (In the eighteenth century AD, Islamic philosophy was developed by Islamic scholars and thinkers, particularly the Mu'tazz bi-Sani' al-Athari ( Circassian, born 1702, died 1752), who recognized the difference between science and philosophy. He is better known under the name Fath al-Muqtasid (Islamic Father of Science).
He was also the author of the philosophical work Bushir al-Izala (Magic of the West). Al-Ghazali Islamic philosopher, theologian and jurist, one of the pioneers of the Muslim philosophy. He embraced a combination of rationalism and mysticism, and is one of the founders of Sunni rationalism.
The following is a list of tafsir works. Tafsir is a body of commentary and explication, aimed at explaining the meanings of the Qur'an, the central religious text of Islam. Tafsir can broadly be categorized by its affiliated Islamic schools and branches and the era it was published, classic or modern.
He is most revered for his logotherapeutic method, which integrates spirituality and the study of the mind. From this approach he developed Sufism, or Khwajagan as he called it: the science of devotion. His concept of Sufism as a way of salvation firmly grounded Islam's doctrine of free will and tolerance.
taberi is a person very close to the Subiteen spirits and although some of the usages are misapplied to him he was in all aiming the fire of invitation towards the subiteen spirits. He wants to help them to convert the Muslims and to become Muslims, however the najasa does not have enough time to do that. d2c66b5586