The Natural Form of Man - The Basic Practices and Beliefs of Islam
The Natural Form of Man – Islam,s Basic Practices and Beliefs is a general introduction to Islam for contemporary man and woman, Muslim and non-Muslim, that locates Islam in the actual world we inhabit today and the circumstances we face daily. It is the second edition of Islam – Its Basic Practices and Beliefs.
Using as a framework the most famous and authentic of all the classical definitions of Islam – the Jibril hadith – the author takes the reader step by step through the basic practices and beliefs which make up the daily lives of every Muslim, giving a picture of Islam that is both completely traditional and also excitingly contemporary.
Shaykh Abdalhaqq Bewley:
Shaykh Abdalhaqq accepted Islam in 1968 and spent some years in Morocco learning about Islam. Since that time he has worked on the establishment of Islam and Muslim communities, in the process living and teaching in Nigeria, the US, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Spain, the Caribbean, and the UK. He is the author of Zakat: Raising a Fallen Pillar. With his wife Aisha Bewley, he is the translator of The Noble Quran, a new rendering of its meanings in English. He currently resides and teaches in Bradford.