Islamic Theology - 4 legal schools agree in substance...

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Islamic Theology Shari’ah= Islamic law Hudan= guidance Halal=acceptable (mystical action) Haram= not permitted Fiqh= law itself Faqi’h=mulla lawyer Four Roots of Islam: 1. Qur’an 2. Sunnah (customs)---Hadith---matn (written) and isnad 3. Ijma (consensus of early community) 4. Qiyas (analogical reasoning) Door of ijtihad (“effort”) interpretation Wahhabis—closed—traditionalists Modernist—open
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Unformatted text preview: 4 legal schools agree in substance Mysticism direct experience of God Sufism (Wool) Arose in response to formal attitude (Quran filled with mysticism) Al-hasan (died in 728 CE) TariqahIslamic community of Mystics Wali---spiritual leader Dhikrremembering God/mode of worship (eg: whirling dervishes of Turkey)...
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