COURSES / SEMINARY / SCHOOL OF HADITH
BOOKS AND SELECTED READINGS
Abdullah ibn ‘Amr ibn Al-‘As said:
“I saw the Messenger of Allah ﷺ praying both barefooted and wearing sandals.”
– (Sunan Abi Dawud, Kitab As-Salah)
Thematic studies of Hadīth have coloured the lives of avid learners of The Sunnah ever since the time of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ. We have seen compilations of Hadith based on various topics, based on history, on virtues, on faith and more. In recent times, we have seen more of such compilations sprouting, serving to address current issues that matter to us.
One field of study that is heavily reliant on Hadīth, is none other than the inevitable discourse of Islamic law. Everyone wants to know the legal rulings of our actions, seeking to identify rationale and key objectives within the code of conduct revealed to us by God. That being said, it’s no surprise that books of Hadīth centred upon Islamic law are abundant for us to constantly discover and deliberately think through. Well, the study of Islamic law is built upon the foundations of Hadīth.
It’s time to rekindle the spark within our hearts, to identify the true genesis behind Fiqh, as we look into the books of Hadīth, attempting to decode the organic understanding of the de facto methodologies in Islamic law.
Tuesdays, commencing 22 Oct 2019
7.45pm to 9.30pm
There are no prior qualifications required to attend this course. Students need not attend the previous modules to attend any Seminary modules.
|Legislative Hadith: An Introduction|
|The History & Importance of Legislative Hadith|
|The Archetype Books of Fiqh & Hadith|
|The Scholars of Legislative Hadith|
|Readings: Bulugh Al-Maram by ibn Hajar Al-‘Asqalani|
|Readings: ‘Umdat Al-Ahkam by Al-Maqdisi|
|Readings: Al-Muharrar by ibn ibn ‘Abd Al-Barr|
|Readings: Al-Imam by Al-‘Izz ibn ‘Abd As-Salam|
Please note that instructor may wish to do a make-up session should there be any cancellations in the above dates on 17.12.19.
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