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by Muzaffer Ozak Al-Jerrahi

eBook Blessed Virgin Mary (Ashki Book) download ISBN: 1879708043
Author: Muzaffer Ozak Al-Jerrahi
Publisher: Pir Press (June 1, 1992)
Language: English
Pages: 112
ePub: 1903 kb
Fb2: 1710 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Religious
Subcategory: Islam

The author Sheikh Muzaffer Ozak Al-Jerrahi was a Sufi master from Istanbul

The author Sheikh Muzaffer Ozak Al-Jerrahi was a Sufi master from Istanbul. While Islamic devotional writing, it includes an awareness of Christian culture and also has references to the Desert Fathers practices. It is a lovely bridge for Mary lovers to understand her place Islam and Quranic writings. I will use it for contemplation and learning. 3 people found this helpful.

Blessed Virgin Mary/Hazreti Maryam book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Blessed Virgin Mary/Hazreti Maryam (Ashki Book) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The Islamic veneration of the Virgin Mary is certainly.

Ozak was well-known in Western countries because of his visits to Europe and the United States of America, where he celebrated public dhikrs with his dervishes.

By (author) Sheikh Muzaffer Ozak, Introduction by Lex Hixon. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Its members are most commonly known as Mercedarian friars or nuns.

Blessed Virgin Mary/Hazreti Maryam. Al-Jerrahi, Muzaffer Ozak. Pir Pr Inc. Book Format.

Blessed Urs of Muzaffer Effendi! . Shaykh Nur al-Jerrahi, Lex Hixon. Nur Ashki Jerrahi Community.

Shaykh Nur al-Jerrahi, Lex Hixon. 6 December 2018 ·. Tomorrow is Effendi’s birthday. As we prepare to celebrate his life at the dergah tonight, we also mark this year as the 40th year since Ashki came to America.

Irshad So great a blessing is affection that even if its possessor should stray into the . By Sheikh Muzaffer Ozak Al-Jerrahi.

By Sheikh Muzaffer Ozak Al-Jerrahi, Translated by Muhtar Holland, Preface by Seyyed Hossein Nasr.

The profound Islamic veneration of the Virgin Mary is certainly part of the explanation for a remarkable flourishing of mystics within the Islamic tradition. This volume presents an inspired litany of praise to the Virgin Mary by a contemporary Sufi master. It sows a spiritual seed in the heart of the sympathetic reader with palpable initiatory power.
Comments: (3)
Celore
The book is a gem. Well written, easy to understand. And a wonderful forward and mystical commentary by Heart of the Qur'an author Lex Hixon (Nur al-Anwar al-Jerrahi). While a small volume, it is well organized. The author Sheikh Muzaffer Ozak Al-Jerrahi was a Sufi master from Istanbul. His prose poem is very beautiful and interspersed with thoughts and comments. While Islamic devotional writing, it includes an awareness of Christian culture and also has references to the Desert Fathers practices. It is a lovely bridge for Mary lovers to understand her place Islam and Quranic writings.I will use it for contemplation and learning.
I found this book in the foreword of the book Mary the Blessed Virgin of Islam by Aliah Schleifer and am very glad I did!
Quemal
I am rather surprised this book isn't better known. Written by a Turkish Sufi Sheikh, the late Sheikh Muzaffer Ozak of the Jerrahi Halveti (Khalwati) order this book was written for the Western audience to provide them with an insight into the Islamic perspective on the life of the virgin Mary.

What is a surprise is that the differences between how she is understood in the Islamic world is of very little difference to how she is understood in the Christian one. The book covers her life beginning from her childhood and education to the birth of Christ to her final passing away.

The book is rather short and lacks any real reference or source for further reading but still, it is an interesting book in that I am not aware of any other of its kind in the English language.
Mullador
Great little book on Mary with many references from the Koran mixed in with commentary. The forward/introduction is equally as good.