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INT-21617 Study of Evidences of the Sunnah (Al-Ihkam) [Year Two]

Intermediate Level, Islamic Scholarship Programme

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INT-21617 Study of Evidences of the Sunnah (Al-Ihkam) [Year Two]

Module 2: Hadith Studies

Unit 1: Study of Evidences of the Sunnah
Seminar: Al-Muwatta and the Books of the Four Imams

Overview

The Study of Evidences of the Sunnah is an evaluation of the ahadith ofahkam (rulings) and is therefore a sub-genre of Hadith studies. Historically, scholars of different schools of law have written different texts to justify, defend, or provide evidence for their legal positions. Two classical examples can be found in the Shafi’i text Bulugh al-Maram by Ibn Hajr al-Asqalani (d. 852 A.H.) and in the Hanbali treatise Umdat al-Ahkam by ‘Abd al-Ghani al-Maqdasi (d. 600 A.H.)

Primary Text

Al-Ihkam

About the Text

The full name of the text is: Al-Ihkam li al-Mujma’ ‘alayhi min Ahadith al-Ahkam. This anthology is a collection of the hadith narrations pertaining to legal rulings agreed upon by the Four Schools of Thought. The text is unique in that it draws solely upon the hadith narrations agreed upon by Imam Bukhari and Imam Muslim, enabling students to study a definite collection of evidences in a non-biased and impartial manner. The wordings used for these hadith are those that are found in Sahih al-Bukhari.

About the Author

Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi is a world-renowned scholar of Indian origin, who has resided in England for an extensive time. After receiving in-depth training to an advanced level in the traditional Islamic disciplines at Nadwat al-Ulama, Lucknow, India, and receiving a PhD in Arabic literature from Lucknow University, he became a research fellow at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, where he conducted research for a number of years (including topics of Hadith and Sufi orders in India).

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this module students should be able to:

  • Confidently recall 197 ahadith pertaining to different legal positions
  • Recognise the different types of hadith that can be used as evidences
  • Understand the established legal verdicts flowing from agreed upon hadith narrations
  • Demonstrate an appreciation for the agreed upon evidences of the Sunnah

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Course Fees: £299.00

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INT-21617 Study of Evidences of the Sunnah (Al-Ihkam) [Year Two]

Intermediate Level, Islamic Scholarship Programme

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Course Fees: £299.00

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INT-21617 Study of Evidences of the Sunnah (Al-Ihkam) [Year Two]

Module 2: Hadith Studies

Unit 1: Study of Evidences of the Sunnah
Seminar: Al-Muwatta and the Books of the Four Imams

Overview

The Study of Evidences of the Sunnah is an evaluation of the ahadith ofahkam (rulings) and is therefore a sub-genre of Hadith studies. Historically, scholars of different schools of law have written different texts to justify, defend, or provide evidence for their legal positions. Two classical examples can be found in the Shafi’i text Bulugh al-Maram by Ibn Hajr al-Asqalani (d. 852 A.H.) and in the Hanbali treatise Umdat al-Ahkam by ‘Abd al-Ghani al-Maqdasi (d. 600 A.H.)

Primary Text

Al-Ihkam

About the Text

The full name of the text is: Al-Ihkam li al-Mujma’ ‘alayhi min Ahadith al-Ahkam. This anthology is a collection of the hadith narrations pertaining to legal rulings agreed upon by the Four Schools of Thought. The text is unique in that it draws solely upon the hadith narrations agreed upon by Imam Bukhari and Imam Muslim, enabling students to study a definite collection of evidences in a non-biased and impartial manner. The wordings used for these hadith are those that are found in Sahih al-Bukhari.

About the Author

Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi is a world-renowned scholar of Indian origin, who has resided in England for an extensive time. After receiving in-depth training to an advanced level in the traditional Islamic disciplines at Nadwat al-Ulama, Lucknow, India, and receiving a PhD in Arabic literature from Lucknow University, he became a research fellow at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, where he conducted research for a number of years (including topics of Hadith and Sufi orders in India).

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this module students should be able to:

  • Confidently recall 197 ahadith pertaining to different legal positions
  • Recognise the different types of hadith that can be used as evidences
  • Understand the established legal verdicts flowing from agreed upon hadith narrations
  • Demonstrate an appreciation for the agreed upon evidences of the Sunnah

Ready to Enrol?

Course Fees: £299.00

I am interested in other courses offered by Al-Salam Institute

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