Author: Michel Chodkiewicz Publisher: Suhail Academy Year: 2001 Pages: 182 Printed: Pakistan
Binding: Hard Cover Book Condition: New Weight: 412gr. Description from the publisher: An Ocean Without Shore is a study of Ibn Arabi, known in Islam as al-Shaykh al-Akbar, the Greatest Spiritual Master. Mr. Chodkiewicz explains why a few Muslims have considered Ibn al-Arabi the greatest heretic of Islam, while for many others he is Islam’s greatest spiritual teacher.
The author demonstrates that Ibn Arabi’s writings are firmly grounded in the Qur’an. In doing this he also shows that Ibn Arabi’s Qur’anic roots run far deeper than has heretofore been imagined. He explains that principles of Ibn Arabi’s Qur’anic hermeneutics with unprecedented clarity, and in bringing out the primary importance of the Shaykh’s magnum opus,