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Quran-w2 - 9/8/08 Rise of Islam new interpretation, and...

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9/8/08 Rise of Islam new interpretation, and converts brought their previous customs and cultures into Islam mixed with many new ideas, but in new interpretational framework. Decision making: 1. Quran- guidance, has all answers 2. Hadith/Sunah (prophetic tradition) next major source a. Saying of Muhammad b. Actions of Muhammad c. Approvals of Muhammad 3. Ijma (consensus) 4. Qiyas (reasoning) 5. ‘Urf and Maslaha (custom and public interest) a. what is good for public? Issue of authority Muhammad was perfect example, ideal man. Source for normative example of Muhammad His life was written a century a half after his death. Ibn Ishak (d767), Ibn Hisam (d.833) Islamic texts (except Quran) were constructed after birth of Islam written in such a way that they construct Islam in a certain way 622 Hijrah: Islamic calendar 535: Death of Muhammad Mount Hira: revelation, meditation Now is a pilgrimage site He told Hatija of his revelations (she was believer of a form of Islam) told him it was
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