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doctrine of the Ṣūfīs

Muḥammad ibn Ibrāhīm Kalābādhī

doctrine of the Ṣūfīs

(Kitāb al-taʻarruf li-madhab ahl al-taṣawwuf)

by Muḥammad ibn Ibrāhīm Kalābādhī

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Published by Cambridge University Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sufism -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTranslated from the Arabic of Abū Bakr al-Kalābādhī, by Arthur John Arberry.
    ContributionsArberry, A. J. 1905-1969
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP189.26 .K3413
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 173 p.
    Number of Pages173
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22020926M
    LC Control Number36030455

    SUFISM. One of the truly creative manifestations of religious life in Islam is the mystical tradition, known as Sufism. The term derives most probably from the Arabīc word for wool (ṣūf), since the early ascetics of Islam (Ṣūfīs) are said to have worn coarse woolen garments to symbolize their rejection of the world. such as the Ṣūfīs and their likes, but also by those who were upon the doctrine of the Khārijites, being students of the likes of Abū Muḥammad al-Maqdisī. They claim that Shaykh Muḥammad bin ʿAbd al-Wahhāb did not grant the excuse of ignorance except in the case of compulsion, meaning under threat of loss of life or limb.

    Theology and Society is the most comprehensive study of Islamic intellectual and religious history, focusing on Muslim theology. With its emphasis on the eighth and ninth centuries CE, it remains the most detailed prosopographical study of the early phase of the formation of Islam. Rābiʻa the Mystic and her Fellow-Saints in Islam: being the life and teachings of Rabiʻa al-ʻAdawiyya al-Qaysiyya, of Basra, Sufi Saint, ca. A.H. , A.D. , together with some account of the place of the women in Islam / by: Smith, Margaret, Published: ().

    The arrival of the Saljūq Turks marks a new era in Persian history. There had been Turks in the Islamic world before the eleventh century – the caliph’s mamlūks in Baghdad, such dynasties as the Ghaznawids – but these were all, in origin, slaves who had been recruited as individuals. In so far as they. Islamic theology 'Ilm al-kalam (literally 'the science of debate') denotes a discipline of Islamic thought generally referred to as 'theology' or (even less accurately) as 'scholastic theology'. The discipline, which evolved from the political and religious controversies that engulfed the Muslim community in its formative years, deals with interpretations of religious doctrine and the defence.


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Ahmad ibn Hanbal's family was originally from Basra, Iraq, and belonged to the Arab Banu Shayban tribe. His father was an officer in the Abbasid army in Khurasan and later settled with his family in Baghdad, where Ahmad was born in : Islamic Golden Age. Remarks on the Mystic Doctrine and Poetry of the Ṣūfīs.

PAGE ix. Poems of Æabd-ur-Raḥmān, with Notice of the Author. 1 „ Mīrzā Khān, Ansārī. 51 „ Æabd-ul-Ḥamīd. 85 „ Khushḥāl Khān, Khattak. „ Ashraf Khān, Khattak. „ Æabd-ul-Ḳādir Khān, Khattak. „ Aḥmad Shāh, Abdālī.

Ketāb al-taʿarrof le-maḏhab ahl al-taṣawwof, his account of Sufism (various editions; English translation by A. Arberry, The Doctrine of the Ṣūfīs, Cambridge, ). The basic purpose of the book is both to explain Sufi doctrine and terminology to the uninitiated and to demonstrate the orthodoxy of the Sufis.

Šarḥ-e Taʿarrof was used as a Sufi source book by Persian Sufi readers in later centuries, and was particularly popular with the Naqšbandis in Central Asia.

It was published in a lithograph edition in Lucknow ( A.H. /), and later, in a critical edition with indices by Moḥammad Rawšan in Tehran (/). Foreword: The History of the van Ess Translation Project - Harvey Shoolman Translator’s Acknowledgements Preface List of the Most Frequent Abbreviations A Prelude: Characteristics of Islamic Religiosity in the 1st Century 1.

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To him redemption is a physical process, [Pg 16] and all procreation, because it protracts the imprisonment of. This book investigates the central role of reason in Islamic intellectual life.

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It is said that Abū Hāshim of Kūfa (d. before A.D. ) founded a monastery for Ṣūfīs at Ramleh in Palestine, but such fraternities seem to have been exceptional. Many ascetics of this period used to wander from place to place, either alone or in small parties, sometimes.

Dīn-i Ilāhī, (Persian: “Divine Faith”), an elite eclectic religious movement, which never numbered more than 19 adherents, formulated by the Mughal emperor Akbar in the late 16th century ad. The Dīn-i Ilāhī was essentially an ethical system, prohibiting such sins as lust, sensuality, slander, and pride and enjoining the virtues of piety, prudence, abstinence, and kindness.

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The doctrine of the Ṣūfīs = Kitāb al-taʻarruf li-madhhab ahl al-taṣawwuf / by: Kalābādhī, Muḥammad ibn Ibrāhīm, 10th cent. Published: () Tales of God's friends: Islamic hagiography in translation / Published: (). This book pivots around and theological debates in the Muslim world and in Muslim diaspora communities over normative notions of Islamic doctrine and practice.' and the Ḥakīm in 9th- and 10th-Century ce Khurāsān and Transoxania Ḥikma and the Ḥakīm among the Ṣūfīs Ḥikma and the Ḥakīm among the Early Author: Aiyub Palmer.

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–) in Morocco. An offshoot of the Shadhīlī Ṣūfīs, the order brought together individuals of varied social class. Its doctrine is orthodox, emphasizing devotion to. In the Qurʾān “the two sons of Adam” are called Hābīl wa Qābīl, and the following is the account given of them in that book (Sūrah v.

30–35), together with the remarks of the commentators in italics (as rendered in Mr. Lane’s Selections, 2nd ed., p.

53), “Recite unto them the history of. The students of theology generally begin their course in early youth, but not seldom in riper years. Almost all come from the Theological Students. lowest orders, a few from the middle classes, and none from the highest ranks of society—a fact which in itself excludes all elements of freer and more refined education.

These sons of poor peasants, artisans or tradesmen are already disposed to. The Ṣūfīs were one of the major groups responsible for the spread Manuscript is an English word meaning “a copy of a book, piece of music, etc.

before it has been printed” or “a very old book or document manuals based on esoteric doctrine were initially transmitted by word ofAuthor: Abdur-Razzaq Mustapha Balogun Solagberu.An Egyptian scholar Muḥammad Ḥusayn Al-Dhahabī in his book al-Tafsīr wa al-Mufassirūn, discusses at length contrary to orthodox doctrine.6 Deviant teachings are also referred to as a cult.

The word deviant in Arabic, example the commentary of the Ṣūfīs (mystics) regarding Q in which they interpret it as “kill yourself File Size: KB.Islāmic doctrine, especially among such Shīʿite sects as the Ithnā ʿAsharīyah, or "Twelvers." The term refers to the disappearance from view of the 12th and last imam (leader), Muḥammad al-Mahdī al-Ḥujjah, in Ghaybah is applied loosely to anyone whom God has withdrawn from the world and kept invisible to the eyes of ordinary men.