FREE AUDIO BOOKS ON ISLAM
Given the scarcity of authentic audiobooks on Islam authored by practising and knowledgeable Muslims (as can bee seen from the selection on Audible), we are curating some free and authentic Islamic audio books on this page:
The Search for Inner Peace
The struggle to attain inner peace has been with humankind since the earliest times but what does it mean and is it even attainable? Are people being deprived of inner peace because of obstacles in the path, both real or perceived? How does a materialistic outlook affect one's search for inner peace? Most importantly, what is the only guaranteed way to achieve true and lasting inner peace?
In this audiobook, Jamaican-born scholar Dr. Bilal Philips examines the topic in detail and provides concrete and satisfying answers.
Did God Become Man?
Although the vast majority of human beings have always believed in the universe having a creator, concepts of God vary greatly among them today. For many people, important questions remain unresolved such as: Are religions divine in origin or man made? Can God really do "all things" like some scriptures claim? Could He create a rock too heavy for Him to lift? Who created the Creator and did God become man?
In this audiobook, Dr. Bilal Philips uses the light of reason to examine and challenge popular concepts of God in major world religions including Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism.
Muhammad's Prophethood: An Analytical View
More is recorded about the life of Muhammad, the Prophet of Islam, than any other figure while at the same time, no other personality has generated more debate than his. Ranked the number one most influential person in human history—not by a Muslim but a Westerner, Muhammad has become a target for generations of missionaries and orientalists who have aroused suspicions and propagated allegations against the man and his message.
This audiobook explores some of the main issues surrounding Muhammad’s prophethood (صلى الله عليه وسلم peace be upon him): Was Muhammad a true prophet of God or an imposter? If he was truthful, did he unconsciously fabricate a religion? Is the Qur'aan plagiarized from Judaeo Christian sources?
No stranger to both sides' arguments, Dr. Jamal Badawi subjects these issues to rational analysis, steering clear of both blind acceptance and prejudicial rejection.