About the Book
The work presents 41 Qur’anic themes in points form with quotations of Qur’anic verses covering one-third of the Qur’an. It
assists the reader in the comprehension of the close relationship between Doctrine and method in Islam.
The work includes many coloured illustrations, which clearly reflect the aesthetic zeal of Muslims, the richness of
Islamic civilisation and the affection and devotion muslims have to the Qur’an and its disciplines.
The book can be used as a guide for the comprehension of the tenets of Islam and as a reference work for further studies. Although
it is a precise study, it is highly essential for both students and scholars. It is also essential for all those who wish to understand the
Muslim faith and practice, as well as Islamic culture and civilisation.
About the Author
Dr. Muhammad Ibrahim H.I. Surty (b 1941) B.A. (Hons) M.A. (Bom.) PhD. (London).
Dr Surty served several years in the University of Sokoto as Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Islamic Studies. He is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Theology and Religion, University of Birmingham. He founded the QAF-Quranic Arabic Foundation in Birmingham. It is a registered charity committed to teaching and research on the Quran and its sciences.