Compiled by Sheikh Tosun Bayrak al-Jerrahi al-Halveti
“There is hardly a book which sums up so succinctly the explanations that every Muslim and even non-Muslims would like to know.” — Syed Ali Ashraf, Director General, the Islamic Academy, Cambridge.
Here is a contemporary presentation of the ninety-nine names of God according to the Islamic Sufi tradition. Compiled from the original Arabic and Turkish text of Al-Ghazzali, Ibn ‘Arabi, Djili, and Abdulkadir Geylani, among others, this is the most extensive presentation available to readers in any Western language.
Tosun Bayrak is a shaikh of the Helveti-Jerrahi order residing near the Jerrahi Order of America mosque in Spring Valley, New York. He is also the author of Inspirations: On the Path of Blame, and co-translator of Ibn Arabi’s What the Seeker Needs, both published by Threshold, as well as a number of other volumes of classics in the literature of Sufism.
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Dimensions: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″
Publisher: Threshold Books
Copyright: Threshold Books © 1985