Modules as part of this course
Students will learn how scholarly Islam uses both rational arguments as well as spiritual insight to understand God’s…
We will explore a Muslim’s beliefs regarding prophets and the moral requirements for prophethood. Particular attentio…
About the Text
The course draws on works that came to inform Islam’s traditional pedagogy and
represent its’ normative expression. These works are cited below for reference followed
by brief biography authors:
al-Bajuri, Ibrahim b. Mubammad. Tuhfat al-murid ‘ala jawharat al-tawhīd, Edited by ‘Abd al-Salam Shannar. Damascus: Maktabat Dār al-Bayruti, 2002.
Yusuf, Hamza, trans. The Creed of Imam al-Ṭāhawi [Al-‘Aqidah alTahāwiyyah]. Hayward, CA: Zaytuna Institute, 2007.
The course has been designed to have at least 1 day a week in person which will be Saturday’s 9.30am – 10.30am.