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Abu Shuja` Explained (Worship)

Islamic Law for Seekers (Shafii): Abu Shuja` Explained (Worship)

Study the well-known text Ghayat al-Taqrib by Qadi Ahmad ibn al-Husayn al-Asfahānī. It is often the first text a student encounters in their study of the Shafi‘i school at an introductory level.  It is a fundamental course for those individuals who intend to understand and practice an important aspect of Islam at a scholarly level and for students desiring to study  fiqh eventually at an advanced level. Part one will cover purification and worship.

This course is a study of the Shafi’i school at an introductory level. It is a fundamental course for those individuals who intend to understand and practice an important aspect of Islam at a scholarly level and for students desiring to study  fiqh eventually at an advanced level. We will emphasize some of the more technical aspects of fiqh such as definitions of all of the chapters of law, legal principles (qawa’id al-fiqhiyya), and the evidentiary aspects of many issues that demonstrate the nature of legal interpretation of the sources of Islamic law. These are all fundamental skills and contribute tremendously to a successful study and practice of the Shafi’i school. To that end, we will study the well-known text Ghayat al-Taqrib by Qadi Ahmad ibn al-Husayn al-Asfahānī. It is often the first text a student encounters in their study of the Shafi‘i school. Although a complete English translation will be provided, we will be reading the text in Arabic intending to strengthen our ability to read books of fiqh in Arabic thus preparing the student for future reading of more advanced texts.

http://seekersguidance.com/store/courses/all-courses/islamic-law-for-seekers-shafii-abu-shuja-explained-worship.html

Don’t miss out on this great chance to learn from one of the classical text of the Shafi’i madhhab. Course opens soon inshaa Allah.
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