Published July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|Contributions||Alexander David Russell (Translator), Abdullah Al-Ma"hun Suhrawardy (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
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In this chapter it is proposed to bring into relief the philosophical significance of certain salient points and aspects of Muslim Law, otherwise known as Fiqh. But before doing so, let us have a tolerably precise idea of what one under stands by law, and in particular what the Muslim jurists have understood by it. A - . First steps in Muslim jurisprudence, consisting of excerpts from Bakurat al- Sa`d of Ibn Abu Zayd, with Arabic text, English translation, notes, and a short historical and biographical introd.[Book]/ by Alexander David Russell and Abdullah al- Ma`mum Suhrawardy. We also hope that non-Muslim readers will gain an insight into an important aspect of the religion of Islam and will find this book interesting. Beliefs of a Muslim A muslim has belief in God(Allah), the Angels, the Books of Allah, Messengers of God, the Last day(Day of Judgement) and Qadaa and Qadar. This book offers a coherent theory of the origins and early development of Islamic law. The author grounds his argument in a series of representative passages from the earliest juristic works, many of them translated here for the first time. Succeeding chapters demonstrate the creativity of early Muslim civilization in literary forms, juristic norms, and hermeneutic technique.