The al-ism al-a`zam, the Mightiest Name of God in Qisas al-anbiya and associated literatures.

 

 

 

The al-ism al-a`zam, the Mightiest Name of God in Qisas al-anbiya and associated literatures.

 

 

 

 

 

 

TAFSIR LITERATURES

 

 

Muhammad ibn `Umar, Abū  al-Su`ud Muhammad ibn Muhammad Fakhr al-Dīn (d. 606/1209 )

G. C. Anawati, 'Fakhr al-Dīn al-Rāzī' EI2 vol. 2:751-5

  تفسير مفاتيح الغيب ، التفسير الكبير  

  • Mafātīḥ al-Ghayb al-mushtahir bi'l-Tafsīr al-kabīr.  
  • al-Tafsīr al-kablr (Mafātīh al-ghayb). 32 vols. Beirut:  Dār al-fī kr, 1981.
  • al-Tafsīr al-kabir (The Extensive Commentary), Beirut:  Dār al-Kutub al-`Ilmiyya,, 32 vols in 16. XXXX/1990,
  • al-Tafsīr al-kabir (The Extensive Commentary), (3rd printing) Beirut:  Dār al-Ihya al-Turath al-`Arabi, 32 vols in 16. n.d. *
  •  Tafsīr-i kabir-i Mafātīḥ al-Ghayb, Persian trans.  `Ali  Asghar Ḥalabi,  Tehran : Intishārāt-i Aṣāṭīr , 1371/XXX. / vol. 4 1378/ 1999.*

See especially Fakr al-Dīn al-Razi's

  • Lawāmi` al-bayinnāt fī asmā' Allāh wa'l-ṣifāt (The Perspicuous Brilliances regarding the Names of God and the Attributes"). This work contains a section on the ism Allāh al-a`ẓam

  • Sirr al-maktum fī mukhaṭabāt al-nujum ("The Sealed Mystery about the addressers of the Stars"), a work about Talismans and astral magic incuding reference to the 7 sigla constituting the al-ism al-a`zam. or Mightiest Name of God.