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Al Tafsir Al Kabir Imam Fakhr Al din Al-Razi: 33 Vols/ 17 Books , PUBLISHED BY: Dar al-Kotob Al- Ilmiyah, Beirut Lebanon

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Al Tafsir Al Kabeer`Imam Fakhr Al-din Al-Razi 
 33 Arabic Vols in 17 Books, Hardback 
PUBLISHED BY: Dar  al-Kotob Al- Ilmiyah, Beirut Lebanon

Pages:   7298


فخر الدين الرازي 
كتاب الله تعالى بحر زاخر، لا يغوص في جلّة معانيه، ولا يتصدى لبيان وتفسير آياته إلا من أهله الله لذلك، ولا شك أن الإمام فخر الدين الرازي أحد الذين فتح الله عليهم في بيان مرامي القرآن وإشاراته، ومنَّ عليه بالعقل الراجح والفكر القويم لاستنباط الحجة وتدعيم الأدلة بما لم يدع مجالاً لمن بعده إلا أن ينسج على منواله ويسلك مسلكه، فقد كان المؤلف رائداً في أسلوب التفسير الذي اعتمده والذي يرتكز يشكل أساس على الجدل الكلامي المدعم بالبراهين العقلية، والمنطقية التي لا يجددها إلا قاصر الفكر عديم النظر

About Fakhr Al-Din Al-Razi

Muhammad ibn `Umar ibn al-Hasan ibn al-Husayn Abu `Abd Allah al-Qurashi, al-Bakri, al-Taymi, al-Tabaristani al-Shafi`i, known as Ibn al-Khatib and as Fakhr al-Din al-Razi (543-606), Shaykh al-Islam, the imam of the learned scholars of kalam and the foundations of belief, a major jurist of the Shafi`i school, specialist of usulCommentator of the Qur'an, Philologist, genealogist, heresiographer, logician, Mathematician, Astronomer and physician. 'An ocean that contains more pearls than the ocean.' The principal spokesman of Ahl al-Sunnah in his time, he refuted all the sects with which he came into contact, particularly the multifarious groups of the Mu`tazila, Shi`a, and Hashwiyya as well as the Jews and Christians. A student of his father Khatib al-Rayy Diya' al-Din `Umar and Majd al-Din al-Jili al-Maraghi principally, then Abu Muhammad al-Baghawi and Kamal al-Din al-Simnani, he memorized early on Imam al-Haramayn's work in kalam entitled al-Shamil. He began his scholarly career in poverty and died at sixty-three at the height of fame and wealth, poisoned, it is said, by the Karramiyya of Herat who were envious of his great following among the princes of Khurasan.

He traveled widely before settling in Herat (in modern Afghanistan). The author of more than 100 books (on subjects as diverse as medicine, mineralogy, and grammar), he gained fame and wealth through his scholarship and skill in debate, in which he often presented unorthodox views fully and favorably before refuting them. Though this led to accusations of heresy, it has preserved information about little-known sects. His works include one of the major commentaries on the Qur'an, The Keys to the Unknown (or The Great Commentary), and Collection of the Opinions of Ancients and Moderns.

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