Attached are 3 Windows Help format CHM Files. These Files are easy and quick to read and browse and even searchable.
# The Quran (Dr. Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din Al-Hilali & Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan Transaltion)
# Sahih Bukhari - (Translator: M. Muhsin Khan )
# Tafsir Ibn Kathir - (compilation of the Abridged Version, Dar us-Salam)
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And the most important book after the Book of Allah (The Quran) – the Exalted – is the ‘Sahih’ of al-Imam al-Bukhari may Allah have Mercy on him and be Pleased with him. As for what comes after this, the most important books regarding the Islamic sciences in my opinion are four, and they are:
1 – ‘Tafsir al-Qur’an al-’Adhim’ by al-Hafidh Ibn Kathir [died 774 H]:
…and it is the most important book of Tafsir by way of the narrations of the Salaf, since he has followed the proper methodology in explaining the Qur’an, and that is to explain the Qur’an by the Qur’an, then by the Sunnah, then by the statements of the Companions and Tabi’in, as he pointed out in his introduction, which was excerpted from Ibn Taymiyyah’s ‘Muqaddimah fi Usul at-Tafsir.’
And Ibn Kathir has based his ‘Tafsir’ upon that of Ibn Jarir at-Tabari, which the scholars have unanimously agreed is the loftiest of all tafasir, by far. However, Ibn Kathir left out many of the chains of narration mentioned by at-Tabari, and added to that some elements of the ‘Tafsir’ of Ibn Abi Hatim ar-Razi (the author of ‘al-Jarh wat-Ta’dil’), as well as that of the noble Imam Ibn Mardawiyyah. So, his ‘Tafsir’ is very comprehensive, in addition to his aiding of the belief of the Salaf, and his inclusion of excellent Fiqhi discussions.
And Ibn Kathir is a Salafi scholar of Hadith and Fiqh, whose correctness is much, and whose mistakes are few, and his ‘Tafsir’ is from the greatest of books that assist one in understanding the Book of Allah – the Exalted – and it is printed in four volumes.