Şemsü’s-Şümus: Güneşler güneşi: Mecd-i talid, Halidiye risalesi, Adab-ı mürid tercümesi. Front Cover. Hâlid Bagdâdee. Kitsan Yayınları, – Sufism – By: Muhammad ibn ʻAli ibn Zayn al-ʻĀbidīn, fl. Published: (); Tercüme-i Nuhbe-i fiker ; Risale-i mülhemat. Tercüme-i Risale-i Halidiye [ microform]. Raymond Lifchez (Berkeley: University of California Press, ), See Mevlana Halid-i Bagdadi, Risale-i Halidiye ve Adab-i Zikir Risalesi (Istanbul: .

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But Said Nursi was confident that faith is a bounty created and bestowed by God on humans which no human effort can block or wrest away. Allah is sufficient for us! We are His worshippers. Through the use of his unique philosophical herme- risalssi, he is able to show the relationship between revelation, thought and experience.

Faith today is subject to the dictates of reason. Oneworld Galidiye, ; Eugene G. Both choose different ways to reach their goal, one the selfish way and the other the godly one. True belief ahlidiye in the recognition that the human being is the servant of God, the compassionate creator. Dar al-Andalus, Augsburg Fortress, One looks only from within, perceiving the world only in physicallmaterial and car- nal terms.

But faith based on such a designed religious scheme cannot persist for long. Karen Armstrong, A History of God: Said Nursi devoted his life to the preservation and strengthening of belief in God, which is at the core of religion. He had witnessed the severe attack on Islamic belief in his country and the Muslim world in the guise of modernization, whose philosophical base was rooted in humanistic and hakidiye approaches anchored in Darwinism.

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Belief in God, he says, is based on conviction, and following religion solves the mystery of life and the world. He narrates risaleei story about two men setting out on a journey risaoesi the same purpose of business and pleasure. For Said Nursi, faith cannot be faqhiAi imitativebut must be a reflective activity always requiring fresh contemplation. Thus, belief in God and acting accordingly bring about contentment and felicity.


In the same risalesii, the prized possession of belief is cast into doubt by the whisperings of Satan, to which men fall prey, leading to despair and anguish. Bediuzzaman Said Nursi, like his predecessors Ahmad Sirhindi 5 and Sayyid Ahmad Khan 6 of India, called for a new kahm Islamic scholasticism that would address the modern faith-ques- tions arising out of encounters with modernity and the West.

So according to what law have you inflicted all this sur- veillance and oppression on me as though I am an old oppressor who was ever ready to seize an opportunity and supported the idea of tyranny and despotism? His worldview and thoughts are good and he reflects on the good side of things. While he was in exile, it was the strength of his religious belief that assured him of the certainty of faith and of being destined for an everlasting world of perpetual happiness.

It is a proof which does not merely argue or make claims, but is invitational in approach. The world seems over- flowing with rapture and happiness. Nursi gives a symbolic description of the challenges, tests and hardships faced in both pathdways.

The Rikale-i Nuris not a political document and its students constitute not a political society but a circle of people concerned about belief and life in the here- after. Said Nursi was much ahead of his time in envisioning the coming fu- ture of religious uncertainty, which would weaken the roots of faith in the existence of God among Muslims.

Now, the choice is yours! I shall say the important ones, then you deduce the finer points yourself.

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Hardships such as misfortune and sickness, therefore, do not diminish belief, but rather strengthen the faith of a convinced believer.


Most Excellent is He in Whom we trust! This could best be done through living simply and avoiding public attention. Random House, ; Edward 0. The choice is between peace and contentment with a friendly view of the world, or an unhappy state of bewilderment, perplexity and confusion.

The sensible person is he who acts according to the rule: Woodward with Dwi S. When based on understanding and conviction, it strengthens the inner being and keeps the doubting mind from succumbing to unbelief, as in the case of Job, who was physically sick but spiritually strong.

The other is an unbelieving spirit and depraved heart. He elaborates the necessity of establishing a connection between world, man and God. Skip to main content. The believer, out of his God-consciousness, chooses the good and moral way. Said Nursi stressed that belief in God has to be built on experiential proof. It releases modern, materialist-centered humanity from the shackles of seeing life as a prison. This requires complying with rules and commands while non-belief in the existence of God lays no restraint.

Hence, the Rikde-iNuraims at renewing and strengthening of belief and faith in God. Nursi comments that the selfish way consists of conceit, arrogance, self-centeredness, making oneself cynical, pessimistic and distrustful of others, resulting in a gloomy worldview.

Unbelief in God results in a gloomy outlook toward oneself and the world. Be this as it may, the allusive, and superficially obscure, style of the sage, has had an undeniable power in winning our disciples. Here he elucidates the subject from the perspective of human identity and its relation and re- sponse to the question of belief in God.