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  • The Hadith: The Sunna of Mohammed

  • A Taste of Islam Series, Volume 5
  • By: Bill Warner
  • Narrated by: Bill Warner PhD
  • Length: 2 hrs and 32 mins
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The Hadith: The Sunna of Mohammed

By: Bill Warner
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The easiest way to learn about Islam is through the traditions of Mohammed called the Hadith. 

The Koran repeatedly commands every Muslim to follow the perfect example of Mohammed’s life, his words and deeds, referred to as the Sunna. The Sunna includes the Hadith (Mohammed’s traditions) and the Sira (Mohammed’s biography). 

Since there is not enough information in the Koran for Muslims to practice Islam and understand the doctrine, the easiest way to learn about it is from Mohammed’s traditions. The Hadith gives us fascinating and detailed accounts of his life. We know what Mohammed looked like, his sense of humor, his superstitions, and how he ate. Details about his sex life, family life, and leadership are all recorded. 

These Hadith contain all the information that is needed to follow the example of Mohammed as a father, a political ruler, a warrior, and the perfect husband.  

The Hadith is a condensed version of the Islamic hadith collections, providing the listener with a taste of Islam. It is concise and authoritative. The reference system allows you to confirm and verify all information with the original source texts.

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unforgiving and bias review

while not an uneducated jeer, this felt like an unfairly balanced read. I was disappointed

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Short, concise, and very informative! Loved it.

Considering he said in the opening chapter of this book:
"This book gives a simple way to understand Islamic doctrine. the method used in this book to understand Islamic doctrine is: you study Islamic political doctrine, not religion of Muslims. The reading is strait forward and simple. Learning takes place in stages and repetition. This book is in perspective of the Non-Muslim, the religion is of my importance. This book contains objective knowledge and not opinions... This book is based on fact based reasoning"

Bill Warner did just this. It deconstructed the aspects of the Hadith in a very organised, understandable fashion!

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