Ghazali: The Revival of Islam
This fascinating work profiles Abu Hamid al-Ghazali (1058-1111), the foremost Islamic scholar and mystic of the medieval period. Attracting the patronage of the vizier Nizam al-Mulk early in his career, he was appointed head of the Nizamiyyah College at Baghdad, and attracted audiences from across the Islamic world, who sought his teachings on Islamic philosophy and jurisprudence. Eventually renouncing his position due to a spiritual crisis, he went into self-imposed exile, during which he wrote the Sufi masterpiece, Revival of the Sciences of Religion. Concise and lucid, this is a perfect introduction to the great manís life and work.
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Review: Ghazali: The Revival of IslamUser Review - Huma Rashid - Goodreads
A great look at the life and beliefs of al-Ghazali, specifically written for those with absolutely no knowledge of who this incredible scholar was. Read full review