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The Four Imams


The Four Imams who were all Mujtahids played a very vital role in the development of jurisprudence. This course will take you along a motivating journey through the life and genius of Imam Abu Hanifah, the dignity of Imam Malik, the talents of Imam al-Shafi’i and the steadfastness of Imam Ahmad.
 
 
 
Imam Abu Hanifa, Imam Malik, Imam Shafi and Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal were all great Muslims and very important figures in the history of Islam. Their teachings laid the foundations of Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh). It is their works and effort that has provided a manual that the Muslims can use to adhere to the laws laid down by the Shari’ah.


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The Four Imams


The Four Imams who were all Mujtahids played a very vital role in the development of jurisprudence. This course will take you along a motivating journey through the life and genius of Imam Abu Hanifah, the dignity of Imam Malik, the talents of Imam al-Shafi’i and the steadfastness of Imam Ahmad.
 
 
 
Imam Abu Hanifa, Imam Malik, Imam Shafi and Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal were all great Muslims and very important figures in the history of Islam. Their teachings laid the foundations of Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh). It is their works and effort that has provided a manual that the Muslims can use to adhere to the laws laid down by the Shari’ah.
 
 
 
Islamic Jurisprudence cannot be discussed except under the purview of the four great Imams of fiqh and their schools of thought. It is vital to note and realise that despite the differences of opinion in the matters of fiqh, these blessed Imams had nothing but the utmost respect for each other. A study of their lives will show the level of respect and honour they had for one another.
 
 
 
This course will cover the following:
 
 
  • their lives
  • their development in knowledge 
  • their teachers
  • their special qualities
  • their states
  • their books
  • their students
  • the principles of their schools
  • the most famous scholars of their schools
  • the most famous books authored of their schools
  • the development of the schools
  • the origins of their schools

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