Fethullah Gülen’s vision of civic service has primarily been elaborated in his speeches. However, more than fifty books have been published compiling his assorted editorials and articles. These include essays on theology and philosophy as well as writings on education and even a collection of poems (Kırık Mızrap, or The Broken Plectrum). Gülen did systematically author one text over the span of several years, which was published in the form of centerfold articles in the Turkish magazine Sızıntı. The first two volumes of this work have been translated into English and published with the titled: Key Concepts in the Practice of Sufism: Emerald Hills of the Heart.
Below is a chronological list of Gülen’s titles currently available in English:
Towards the Lost Paradise, Izmir: Kaynak, 1998.
Pearls of Wisdom, Fairfax: The Fountain, 2000, and New Jersey: The Light, 2005.
Questions and Answers about Faith, Fairfax: The Fountain, 2000.
Criteria or Lights of the Way, London: Truestar, 2000.
Essentials of the Islamic Faith, Fairfax: The Fountain, 2000, and New Jersey: The Light, 2006.
Essays, Perspectives, Opinions, Rutherford: The Fountain, 2002.
Emerald Hills of the Heart: Key Concepts in the Practice of Sufism, New Jersey: The Light, 2004.
Toward a Global Civilization of Love and Tolerance, New Jersey: The Light, 2004.
The Messenger of God, Muhammad: An Analysis of the Prophet’s Life, New Jersey: The Light, 2005.
The Statue of Our Souls: Revival in Islamic Thought and Activism, New Jersey: The Light, 2005.