Basic Mechanics of Islamic Substratum

As a third book in its series, the content puts into focus contrasting views in a concise way. Lord Edwin E. Hitti depict and gives rise to substratum points of commonality that have long widened gaps between Jews, Christians and more so among Muslims in a simple to understand compilation.

He does this as he always did in a traditional three stage approach of fact finding, forensic examination, and review of interpretations.

This book has a substance about it which makes you hunger for more.




Basic Mechanics of Islamic Capitalism

Basic Mechanics of Islamic Capitalism is a book by Lord Edwin E. Hitti published in 2007. The book has been met with great applause and is currently in use throughout the world in university courses and libraries.

The book covers the major elements shaping today’s Islamic financial situation and provides a very easy understanding of the Islamic religion, finance, and even law.

“It is a truly well thought assessment of significant historical components at part in today’s Islamic rationale” said Wilma K. Boss, Publisher & Chief Editor of Who’s Who International Magazine.

In this book the author with his perception of Islam, the Muslim World and the Arab culture explains in a unique and simple way how Arabs and Muslims alike construe the notions of Capitalism.

Topics covered are Islamic culture and its ideas, values and development; Islamic economics and banking systems; Shariah-compliant financial solutions; Islamic funds and trusts; Islamic law, contracts and courts; Islamic insurance; and some reflections on possible future challenges.




Basic Mechanics of Islamic Culture

This is a significant book, one that is very powerful. Whereby, Lord Edwin strived to create a bridge between Jews, Christians and Muslims at the deepest level in essential understanding of spirituality.

He does this with the help of the traditional three stages of purification, forensic dissection of facts, analysis of evolution through transformation and unification of conceptualization.

He uses both the example and quotations from Biblical, Testimonial and Quran’ic mystics to show the similar teachings in cultures.

The book has a spirit about it which resonates with true experience of what he is writing. Its brevity serves to whet the appetite for more.



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