King of the Castle


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Author: Gai Eaton
Publisher: Suhail Academy
Year: 1999
Pages: 218
Printed: Pakistan
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: New
Weight: 415gr.
Description from the publisher: From the back cover: “This book examines closely many of the unquestioned assumptions by which we live our lives, comparing them with the beliefs that have shaped and guided human life in the past. The author, a Muslim, writes primarily from the viewpoint of Islam. The book begins with a consideration of how secular societies attempt to possess their citizens, body and soul, and how, as a consequence the necessity of redefining human responsibility becomes an ever more urgent imperative. The book continues with a presentation of the traditional view of man as ‘God’s Viceroy on earth’, with an eye to its practical implications in a world that has all but forgotten, under the pressure of mass social persuasion, that man must always be free to choose his own ultimate destiny. The author’s thesis is a passionate yet incisive plea for the restoration of the sacred norms of religion, as against the debilitating and falsifying aims of a profane world-view based on no more than recent scientific and technological achievements.”

Weight .415 kg