Saturday, February 28, 2015
Sheikh Saalih al-Uthaimeen رحمه الله was asked:
How does a father teach his children Tawheed?
‘He teaches them Tawheed just like he teaches them other matters of the Deen. From the best of what is in this subject is the book ‘The Three Principles’ by Sheikh-ul-Islam Muhammad bin Abdul-Wahhaab رحمه الله. If he makes them memorize it by heart and explains to them its meanings appropriately to their understanding and their intellects. Then there comes a lot of goodness from this. This is because this book is built upon questions and answers, and clear easy expressions, which have no complexity.
Then the father shows them the Ayaat of Allaah (His signs) so that he can practically implement what is mentioned in this small book.
For example, (about) the sun, the father asks, 'who created it?' Likewise (about) the moon, the stars, the night and day. You say to them:
The sun, who created it? Allaah.
The moon? Allaah, the night? Allaah, the day? Allaah.
Allaah سُبحانه وتعالىcreated all of these.
Sunday, May 26, 2013
‘So verily the knowledge of Tawheed [the Oneness of Allaah] is the noblest of sciences, and the greatest in rank, and most obligatory to be studied because it is the knowledge of Allaah the Exalted, and His Names, and His Attributes, and His Rights upon His slaves.’
Shaykh Muhammad Saalih Ibnul ‘Uthaymeen
‘So this [tawheed] is the most fundamental principle, and the greatest understanding. It is the first thing that the writers should write about, and it is what the callers to guidance, and what the supporters of the truth should focus on. It is the most important science that they should grab onto with their molar teeth, and it should be spread amongst all societies, until they know its reality, and until they distance themselves from whatever opposes it.’
Shaykh ‘Abdul ‘Azeez Ibn ‘Abdullaah Ibn Baaz