Virtues of the Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal: Volume One: 1 (Library of Arabic Literature) Hardcover – 23 Aug 2013
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"This contribution to the groundbreaking series of bilingual editions from the Library of Arabic Literature presents a detailed picture of the life of Ibn Hanbal (d. 855 AD), one of the most influential Muslims in history and one of the most celebrated Sunni theologians."-"Banipal Magazine of Modern Arabic Literature",
"Michael Cooperson's fluid translation is accompanied by substantial notes and a glossary of names and terms."-Banipal Magazine,
"Cooperson's translation is uncommonly deft... On the whole, this translation is a grand success. It will be valuable for teachers to illustrate early Islamic piety, early Islamic law, early Sunni theology, and everyday life in Baghdad."-Christopher Melchert, "Journal of Islamic Studies"
"Michael Cooperson's fluid translation is accompanied by substantial notes and a glossary of names and terms."-"Banipal Magazine"
"Cooperson s translation is uncommonly deft On the whole, this translation is a grand success. It will be valuable for teachers to illustrate early Islamic piety, early Islamic law, early Sunni theology, and everyday life in Baghdad." -Christopher Melchert, "Journal of Islamic Studies""
Michael Cooperson s fluid translation is accompanied by substantial notes and a glossary of names and terms. -"Banipal Magazine""
Gives readers a unique vantage point into the life and piety of the namesake of the Hanbali school of Sunni law Ibn al-Jawzi, drawing on earlier reports, reconstructs the life and morality of his hero as a complex, earnest, and playful man; Cooperson s dynamic and accessible translation brings this last quality to the surface to an extent that would surprise many modern readers with preconceptions about Hanbalism. -"Marginalia""
One hundred chapters and over 150,000 words of Munaqib Abi Allah Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Hanbal pulsate with energy; these pages are vibrant with events of extraordinary nature, and they contain hundreds of facets of individual and collective lives of a bygone era; Cooperson s translation captures the soul of the book -"Islamic Studies""
About the Author
Ibn al-Jawzi (d. 597 H/1201 AD) was a Baghdadi storyteller, preacher, and prolific Islamic scholar associated with the Hanbali school of jurisprudential thought. He is well known for his exegeses of the Qur?an and Hadith, including his famous compendium, Al-Tahqiq.
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