The Ideology of Peace

According to the author, Maulana Wahiduddin Khan, the book, The Ideology of Peace is a gift to the new generation from a peace-loving person. It attempts to present a complete ideology of life based on peace, which can be summed up in these words: Peace is not an option: it is our destiny. We shall either live with peace or destroy ourselves without it. In this world it is undeniable that the future is for peace alone. There is no future for war or violence. Peace, always desirable for its own sake, has been vital to human progress in every age.

Islam and Peace

In this world, for one reason or the other, peace remains elusive. Differences, may they be political or apolitical, keep on arising between individuals and groups due to which peace can never prevail. The present book highlights the role that Islam can play in maintaining peace. The book explains that whenever individuals, groups or communities are faced with a problem, one way to solve it is by resorting to violence. The better way is to attempt to solve the problem by peaceful means, avoiding violence and confrontation.

Quran for All Humanity

Quran for All Humanity contains selected verses from the Quran followed by their explanation and short moral messages. Maulana Wahiduddin Khan, a prolific author of Islamic books has drawn from his rich experience and deep knowledge of Islamic theology and presented his message in a lucid, interesting, and thought-provoking manner. This is a book that would help a person to strengthen his belief in the Almighty and help him to lead a life in the moral path leading to his salvation. It is an ideal book for daily contemplation.

The Quran: An Abiding Wonder

The perfect state of preservation singles out the Quran from its predecessors as a unique vehicle for divine guidance and salvation, one, which will retain its validity until the Day of Judgment. Apart from this fact, the author discusses the Quran in itself being a proof that it is the Book of God. In The Quran: An Abiding Wonder Maulana Wahiduddin Khan briefly discusses two aspects of the Qur’an: firstly, its being in itself a proof that it is the Book of God; secondly its complete preservation in its original form, as revealed to the Arab Prophet Muhammad in the seventh century Hijrah.