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It should be used to reach a higher goal of worshipping Allah and seeking His pleasure and reward. Different Divisions of Knowledge and Islamic Sciences Despite the fact that we've lost a lot of books of Islamic Sciences when the Mongols wiped out the Islamic libraries in Iraq, we are still left with a huge legacy of knowledge.
All can be divided into 2 cateogries: i Uloom al Ghayyaat (Teleological Sciences, or Sciences of a Purpose): Studying them should be a goal, not just a means.
Anas ibn Malik reported that the Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) said: "The seeking of knowledge is obligatory for every Muslim" (Ibn Majah) • Through knowledge superiority of Adam over the angels was proven.
2 s 2 s s ss s y y y S Si S £ 33 "And He taught Adam all the names (of everything), then He showed them to the angels and said, "Tell Me the names of these if you are truthful."" (al Qur'an ) • Knowledge is an instrument, not a goal.
And He gave you hearing, sight, and hearts that you might give thanks (to Allah)" (al Qur'an ) • It is a favor from Allah swt that He provides us with knowledge.
s s s 33 "Has taught man that which he knew not" (al Qur'an 96:5) • Acquiring knowledge is an obligation.
Shari'ah started with the beginning of revelation; with the word Iqra'.At the end of this course, ISA you will be able to: • Begin your study of comparative Fiqh with confidence • Appreciate and share with others the blessed lives of the four Imams • Understand the history of Islamic Law, how it started, stages of development, and where we are today • Understand the reasoning behind different opinions • Carry on empowered dialogues with people of opposing views • Discuss issues of Fiqh with proper etiquette TCE Notes Revolution 2 Qabeelat Tayybah Introduction Jinowiedge fa Saaced 1« -?S ^ S * 9 *" ' ' 3jip jjjp a JUi 01 *LU*Jl ai Uf a JQi UIl d Ui S' La As^s f&Ulj olj IUlj ^Gl s s y y y "And of men and Ad Dawab (moving living creatures, beasts, etc.), and cattle, in like manner of various colours." [Ibn Khaldun, al-Muqaddinah] Ibn Al Qayyim stated, "The need for Fuqaha' is more important to the people than food and drink.Obedience to them is more important than obedience to your parents." He then quoted this ayah: ■2 s s 9 tf y $ s "O you who believe!