An Elementary Study of Islam by Mirza Tahir Ahmad

An Elementary Study of Islam

By Mirza Tahir Ahmad

  • Release Date: 2010-01-01
  • Genre: Islam
Score: 4
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This book is a brief introduction to the five fundamentals articles of the Islamic faith. The articles of faith, which all Muslims believe in, are: Unity of God, Angels, Prophets, Holy Books and Life after Death.


  • Wrong meaning of Islam

    By Harryhsd
    This book is wrong meaning of Islam
  • Review

    By Bond002
    This short treatise should be read by everyone. Excellent. JimB
  • Insightful and universal

    By platinumfire
    This book emphasized religious understanding and unity for people of all faiths and nationalities. The authors approach was modern, informative and factual in terms if the coexistence of science and religion. While clearly this author is muslim, his knowledge and respect of other religions is highlighted. I would recommend this book to anyone with an open mind and genuine fondness of theism.
  • MashAllah!

    By Zullmira
  • MashAllah

    By Intisar Nasir
    Wonderful book. May Allah enlighten the lost Muslims of today and the rest of the world with the true meaning and teachings of Islam and Ahmadiyyat (The true Islam)
  • This book is disguised and does not explain Islam. It is authored by a heretic deviant group-Ahmadis

    By Tariqzq
    One of the core tenets of the Islamic faith is the belief in the finality of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Muslims are required to believe that Prophet Muhammad was the last and final messenger of God to mankind. The Ahmedis believe otherwise and hence are considered as heretics by the Muslims. Beware before reading this book. It might sound very appealing and attractive but that is the simplicity of Islam that they're talking about.
  • Amazing

    By Ahmadi1a
    Great book
  • Very good introduction

    By KBhatty
    Well written, accurate and to the point.