A course on the orthodox Sunni creed by the Maliki Imam Ibn Abi Zayd al-Qayrawani (d. 389 AH) from his main work al-Risalah. It is a short treatise on the fundamentals of belief. The author explains the obligatory aspects of Islam, those that should be pronounced by the tongue, believed in the heart and acted upon by the limbs. Originally written for children this text is an ideal way to teach creed.
What’s in it for me?
By the end of the course, a student will learn about the following:
Learn everything about Allah, His Names and Attributes and the applied principles in understanding them and many other issues like the Quran, seeing Allah, the punishment of the grave and events that will occur therein, Divine Decree, the companions of Allah's Messenger and other important aspects of faith.
This is a detailed work which covers many aspects of faith but also some aspects of jurisprudence and character.
Find out that creed is not just mere code of belief but that it also has a practical role, which translates into qualities, characteristics and actions that every Muslim must adhere to and accompany.
And much more…
Students must be able to:
dedicate 2 hours per week
use PDF and Word files
attend weekly class
Arabic text with full tashkeel (Arabic Vowels) in PDF & WORD
Complete English translation of Arabic text.
Supplementary materials related to the science
This course will be completed within one term. If you are interested in studying this course and would like to know course dates, please register your interest by filling out the form at admissions or emailing cordobaacademy [at] gmail.com
This is an Ijazah course and students who attend and understand the principles covered in the text will be honored with a written Ijazah. For more detailed information please see FAQs.