Author: Ayub A. Hamid
Publisher: Bayaan Communications and Publications (2005)
Pages: 66 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
Islam teaches that religion is the most important aspect of human life. It must be adopted consciously after careful thought, critique, evaluation and rationalization. It must make sense and appeal to our intellect. Even those born in Muslim familities must re-evaluate, challenge and accept or reject their faith rationally. The must make a personal choice and consciously adopt Islam.
One prerequisite to making an appropriate decision is to think rationally. When it comes to anything related to religious matters, people often react emotionally rather than thinking rationally. They think that religion cannot make sense and that it must be 'just believe.'
This book takes a common sense approach to understanding Islam, and teaches non-Muslims and Muslims how just from a rational perspective, Islam can be called the 'natural form' of man.