The Boy and the Owl : A Story About the Attributes of God Based on the Poem the Creed of Salvation
A picture book that helps children better understand the Islamic belief of the attributes of God In this children's tale, a wise owl explains some of the deeper aspects of the Islamic belief. This story focuses on the part of a poem written by the famous Shaykh Muhammad b. Ja'far al-Kattani that deals with how we can know anything about God. It describes 13 essential attributes, in a way a child can understand: God has speech, power, hearing, sight, will, and knowledge and is attributed with life.
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- Hardback | 24 pages
- 256.54 x 281.94 x 10.16mm | 476.27g
- 18 Aug 2016
- Fons Vitae,US
- Kentucky, United States
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About Aisha Changezi
Siraj Mowjood is an osteopathic family physician specializing in public health and health education. Aisha Changezi is an artist who illustrated the children's book Alam Al-Musradat.