Jawami` Al-Akhbar: Traditions of Bihar Al-Anwar (Paperback)

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Jawami` Al-Akhbar: Traditions of Bihar Al-Anwar By Dr S. M. R. Hejazi Cover Image


This book presents a collection of hadiths (traditions) of the holy Prophet and Imams (pbut). It covers a wide spectrum of subjects such as theology, morality, jurisprudence and mysticism.

About the Author

Dr. Sayyed Mohammad Reza Hejazi is Professor of Islamic Philosophy, Mysticism, Religious Studies and Islamic Theology at I.M. Seminary, Director of the Islamic Studies and Research Academy (ISRA), California, USA, Chairman of A.B.A. Assembly of North America, and a founder member and a Trustee of the Ibn Sina Health Foundation of North America (ISHFNA). He has also served as Director at the I.E.C., Washington D.C. and was a Chairman at the I.I.N.Y., New York, USA. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Islamic Jurisprudence from Elmiyeh Seminary of Qom, a doctorate in Islamic Philosophy from B.U.C. Institute of Qom, a second Master of Arts degree in Epistemology and Islamic Mysticism from McGill University, Montreal, and a second doctorate in Philosophy of Ethics from Catholic University of America, Washington D.C. Dr. Hejazi has published 15 books in Arabic, Persian and English. He has also published more than 17 articles in different languages and participated in about 28 international and inter-disciplinary Seminars, Conferences and Academic Workshops. In addition to his teaching and writing, Dr. Hejazi serves as a consultant in the fields of education, morality, religion and philosophy.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781453797273
ISBN-10: 1453797270
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: April 14th, 2012
Pages: 588
Language: Arabic