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قصص الأنبياء [Read] ➪ قصص الأنبياء By Ibn Kathir – Thomashillier.co.uk قصص الأنبياء في القرآن الكريم هي قصص لصفوة الخلق وخيرتهم على الإطلاق، فهم هداة العالمين ورحمة الله للناس أجمع قصص الأنبياء في القرآن الكريم هي قصص لصفوة الخلق وخيرتهم على الإطلاق، فهم هداة العالمين ورحمة الله للناس أجمعين، وما كان الله قص ما قص من قصص في قرآن الكريم للتسلية والتلهي، وإنما جاء عظة وعبرة لأولي الألباب، وجاء يثير في النفس التأمل والتفكر في سنن الحياة وقواعد الاجتماع البشري وسيرة الناس عبر الزمان والمكان وإن كان ربنا، تبارك وتعالى، أنعم علينا بنعمة قصص طائفة من حكايات الأنبياء وأقوامهم فإنه يلفت النظر إلى أن المهم في تاريخ هؤلاء العظماء أ نقف عند حد العظة والعبرة ولقد تمثل المفسر الحافظ ابن كثير منهجاً علمياً بديعاً في عرض هذا القصص القرآني، حاول فيه الابتعاد عن خرافات الإسرائيليات وخزعبلات القصاص وأكاذيب بعض المؤرخينويمكن تحديد معالم هذا المنهج على النحو التالي: أولاً التزامه بإيراد كل ما يتعلق بالنبي صاحب القصة من كتاب الله تعالى، وأخبار القرآن في هذا السياق هي الأخبار المجزوم يصدقها على وجه اليقين من دون تردد ولم يكتف المؤلف بذلك بل وقف مع الآيات محللاً لها، مفسراً لمعانيها، متعمقاً في مغازيها، وهو المفسر الواعي بدقائق التفسيرثانياً عنايته عناية كبيرة بالأخبار والآثار المروية بشأن هؤلاء الأنبياء على عدة مستويات، فالأحاديث يعنى بعزوها إلى مصادرها، منبهاً على صحيحها وسقيمها في كثير من الأحيان، والإسرائيليات إذا وردت في النص، فإنه يرويها في حذر المحدث الواعي بالمرويات، مبيناً الغث منها وما يمكن أن يكون في إطار المقبول، والآثار يتتبع ما يلقي على النص شيئاً من الضوء لإيضاح غامض أو توضيح مبهم ثالثاً العناية باللغة إلى حد معقول فيفسر ما نبا من مفردات، ويشرح ما ثقل فهمه من نصوص، وهو يحمل في ذهنه عقلية لغوية بليغة رابعاً بالإضافة إلى ذلك كله التسلسل المنهجي المنطلق مع الأحداث، مع شيء من الاستطراد المقبول بهدف استخراج العظة والوقوف مع فائدة هنا، أو شاردة هناكوكتاب قصص الأنبياء الذي هو بين يدي القارئ هو جزء من كتاب ابن كثير البداية والنهاية، انتزعه كل طبع الكتاب مستقلاً منه، فليس هو مصنفاً مستقلاً في أصل تأليف ووضعه ولأهميته تمّ الاعتناء به على هذا النحو: أولاً: العناية بإخراج النص إخراجاً صحيحاً بعيداً عن الأخطاء ما أمكن ذلك، ثانياً: تخريج الآيات القرآنية، مع استعراض غريب المفردات التي توجد في الآيات، ثالثاً: تخريج المرويات المتعددة، رابعاً: شرح المفردات الغريبة في النص كله تيسيراً للفهم وتحقيقاً لهدف تبسيط النص، خامساً: وضع عناوين جانبية لكل فكرة جديدة، ليسهل على القارئ متابعة تسلسل الأحداث والاستفادة بما في الكتاب من فوائد علمية متنوعة.


10 thoughts on “قصص الأنبياء

  1. Razzberry Razzberry says:

    When I was growing up, there weren't all that many books on Islam in English, so when this book was translated, I didn't care that the layout and language could have been refined. (Mine is the first edition.) I was just thrilled that I finally had access to the stories I had wanted to read as a child.

    These stories, from Adam to `Isa (peace be upon them all), are compiled from Imam Ibn Kathir's 'Al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah'. They are supported by references from the Qur'an and Sunnah.

    I used this book for my daughter and simply love the details. I would give it 4 stars for content alone. Language is a different issue :)


  2. Emily Iliani Emily Iliani says:

    After months of slaving and going through the spiritual turmoil, finally closed the book for one last time and tasted the sweet victory!

    I enjoyed the arabic verses included in the narration as well as the (questionable) hadith.

    Love that once you read it, you can tell the reasons for all the variations of history told and passed down mouth from mouth.


  3. Hasham Rasool Hasham Rasool says:

    Alhamdulillah I truly love this book so much as I have learned so many things while I read this book. It isn't easy to read but a spiritual one I would recommend all of you to read this book Muslims and non Muslims. I can't live without this book.


  4. Tanzeel Tanzeel says:

    Ibn Kathir, may Allah (SWT) be pleased with him, chronologically goes through the lives of the Prophets of Allah (SWT) that are mentioned in the Quran. From Adam (AS) to Muhammad (SAW), this book is densely packed with life lessons that have been extracted from the stories of these great men.

    A favourite of mine is the story of Yusuf (AS) - the most detailed story in the Quran. There are many morals we can take from story of Yusuf (AS), who was exposed to jealousy, hatred, cruelty and terror at the hands of his own family, and later another family he became part of. How did Yusuf (AS) deal with this? With patience, bravery, compassion and nobility.

    Whilst reading I kept thinking back to the Hadith: Allah's Messenger (SAW) said, Both in this world and in the Hereafter, I am the nearest of all the people to Jesus, the son of Mary. The prophets are paternal brothers; their mothers are different, but their religion is one.”

    It’s a relatively short, easy-to-read book full of wisdom that is a must read for everyone.


  5. Haidar Haidar says:

    The book reads more like a list of events than a story. Besides that it was okay at best and I would not recommend it there are probably better books in this genre, translation doesn't seem the best either. Also the print that I bought from amazon with this cover has a really small font which kinda sucks..

    Good things are perhaps that it mentions some Prophets that are usually neglected, even though their entry might be only 1-5 pages (due to there simply being limited information about them in Islamic heritage) its still interesting.


  6. Jarir Saadoun Jarir Saadoun says:

    Great source of understanding about the Prophets and Messengers taken more from an Islamic perspective the author also used Biblical and Torah literature to fill in where neccessary and where he thought as compatible with Islamic thought. Inpsiring to read about these great men.


  7. Syed Ashruf Syed Ashruf says:

    Except a few grammatical/spelling mistakes (might be because of translation), the book tries to gather all the different sources from Abrahamic religions. It presents the stories of many prophets in chronology, starting from Adam to Jesus (May peace be upon all of them), with the perspectives of Islam (the last of the group of the believers).

    The Holy Quran and the Sahih Hadith are taken as the most authentic sources wherever a dispute in the narratives from the earlier sources (Torah or Gospel) arise.


  8. Jenks Jenks says:

    I read this over such a long period of time ! It was not an easy read but a spiritual one and defiantly one I would recommend all people to read Muslims and non Muslims . The stories of our prophets are beautiful ! They are filled with suffering struggle love hate death birth but most of all faith respect and unity . As a Muslim reading this made me feel such a great respect for these messengers of our beautiful religion and appreciate everything they faced .

    Read !!!


  9. Zaynäb Book Minimalist Zaynäb Book Minimalist says:

    Nothing like reading inspiring stories about the prophets to increase your Iman and boost your knowledge of history.

    This book is historically accurate and it was properly referenced with hadith of the prophet and verses of the Qur’an.

    This is also a fantastic night time read for my son.


  10. Aliya Aliya says:

    I don't even know where to start with this book. It was horribly written, clearly unedited and full of mistakes. Some parts of it were even written as though it were written for a play except it... wasn't. It was very odd. It has a huge tendency of bashing the prophets and contradicting what it says in the process so that nothing makes sense in it. If you want to read about the prophets, find another book.


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