One of the most influential Islamic scholars of the modern era, Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab At-Tamimi is credited with revitalizing the beliefs and practices of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh ) and the way of as-Salaf as-Salih.
This book introduces to the English language a highly popular distillation of his teachings on the fundamental duties of Muslims with respect to their faith. A short and direct guide, it identifies the meanings and categories of Tawheed (Islaamic monotheism), shirk (idolatry) and taghut (false objects of worship). It also elaborates on the meaning of the shahadah (testimony of faith), its conditions and implementation, and the causes of its nullification. An indispensable resource for Muslims and students of knowledge.