COURSES / SEMINARY / SCHOOL OF HADITH
AL-BUKHARI AND MUSLIM:
METHODOLOGIES AND SELECTED READINGS
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Due to COVID-19, all of our upcoming Seminary modules are temporarily being conducted online on Google Meet.
Abu Hurayrah narrated that The Messenger of Allah ﷺ said: “Indeed,
Allah would send to this community, upon every one hundred years, someone who would revive their religion for them.”
– [Sunan Abi Dawud, Kitab Al-Malahim]
The documentation of Hadith had been in the works since the time of The Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, with The Companions playing a key role in preserving the Prophetic tradition through practice, memory and literature. The zenith of Hadith documentation came a little later, when two leading scholars of the study compiled Prophetic narrations, with revolutionary requisition. Thus, the Sahih movement was born.
Two works stand out above the rest, claiming its due authority as the most sought after reference for Prophetic guidance. The sciences of the religion were all in need of the purest manifestation of The Sunnah of The Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, and the two Sahih collections offered exactly that. The golden age of Hadith studies did not only exhibit the brilliant scholars and the countless academic contributions of its time, it also gave us the two timeless references that set the benchmark for the credibility and reliability of religious information, specifically, The Sunnah of The Prophet Muhammad ﷺ.
Today, we will look back into history, to understand the imperative nature of authenticity within religious academia, as we review two of the greatest works and scholars of Hadith, their lives, challenges and contributions, in addition to understanding their respective methodologies, criticisms, and significance within Islamic academia.
Authenticate your love for The Prophet Muhammad ﷺ.
8 weeks, commencing 20 Aug
7.45pm – 9.30pm
on Google Meet
Ustaz Taufiq Bin Radja Nurul Bahri
• There are no prior qualifications required to attend this course.
• Registrants are required to have access to internet on the day of tutorials. We will email an invitation link to all registrants 1 day prior to the course.
|Week 1||20.8.20||The Importance & Significance of Al-Bukhari & Muslim|
|Week 2||27.8.20||The Biography of Al-Bukhari & The History of His Sahih|
|Week 3||3.9.20||The Biography of Muslim & The History of His Sahih|
|Week 4||10.9.20||The Methodology of Al-Bukhari & Muslim in their Canons|
|Week 5||17.9.20||Criticisms towards The Canons of Al-Bukhari & Muslim|
|Week 6||24.9.20||Selected Readings from Sahih Al-Bukhari|
|Week 7||1.10.20||Selected Readings from Sahih Muslim|
|Week 8||8.10.20||The Sahih Movement: Past & Present|
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