THE CONCEPTION OF ISLAM OF MOLANA SAEED AHMED AKBER ABADI AND THE CHALLENGES FOR ISLAM IN MODERN WORLD
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Humera Naz, H. (2012). THE CONCEPTION OF ISLAM OF MOLANA SAEED AHMED AKBER ABADI AND THE CHALLENGES FOR ISLAM IN MODERN WORLD. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 51(2), 275–288. Retrieved from https://www.jsshuok.com/oj/index.php/jssh/article/view/224

Abstract

The struggle for Islamic Renaissance has been fought since long. All eminent Muslim scholars took part in this struggle. We found a long list of scholars and theologians who devote their lives for the revival of Islamic Renaissance especially in 20th century. There are numerous respected names worth to quote who played a significant role in the re-awakening of Ummah, specially they contributed in the field of writing, authorship, translation, and compilation. The name of Molana Saeed Akber Abadi is a glowing name among them. He does not need any introduction in scholarly circles. He is seated on eminent position in scholarship, erudite, ethics and morality, and comprehensiveness. Islamic History, Deenyat, and the conception of Islam were his chief subject of interest, which got significant place in his theories and views. Each and every aspect of Islam was discussed in detail in his
theories and writings. He had wide reading on all topics related to religion. He presented Islam as a dynamic, integrated, coherent and multi-facetedreligion, which never get motionless. It brought revolutionary changes in human society and leads it toward a healthy, peaceful and cultured life. Molana has not only discussed the distinguishing features of Islam but he also discusses in detail the challenge, issues and problems which are being faced
by Islam in current scenario of the world. The same conception of Islam of Molana Saeed Akber Abadi is presented in present study.

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