Science of Ḥanafiyyat al-Dîn ("The Acumen of Inclination")
A coherent, viable and a very modern valid principals of the ethics and jurisprudence, the core values of Ḥanîf ("spiritual and moral inclination"), their interrelations of beliefs, doctrinal rites, customs and traditions, as well as a well conformed synthesis of the fundamental standing and Dîn of Islam, and its mission within the manifolds of humanity.
- Appendix I: Messengers of GOD
- Appendix II: Islamic Polity of Science and Technology
- Appendix III: Torahic Science
- Appendix IV: Sacred Literature
- Appendix V: Definitive Account of Islamic History
- Appendix VI: Ontological argument
- Appendix VII: Ḥanīf Theosophy
- Appendix VIII: Quranic Science
- Appendix IX: The Names of GOD
- Appendix X: Glossary
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