Author: Ahmad Thomson
Publisher: Ta-Ha Publishers Ltd. (UK)
Pages: 219 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
5.75"x8.25At a time when many people are attempting to relate current events and trends in the world to interpretations of the prophecies contained in the Book of Revelations, and the writings of Nostradamus, and the predictions of fashionable clairvoyants, the author does much the same - but by referring to some of the prophecies which are contained in the Qur'an and in the recorded sayings of the Prophet Muhammad, may Allah bless him and grant him peace. Dajjal is not simply a catalogue of such prophecies, nor is it concerned with analyzing specific events in the light of these prophecies. In viewing life in general in the late twentieth century the book is not merely a 'religious' critique of an aimless society. Rather, it examines and compares the outward existential behavior, along with its inward psychological reality, both of those who do not base their way of life on prophetic guidance, and of those who do.