Introduction to principles of Islamic beliefs

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This modules aims to introduce the basic five tenants of Shi’a Belief; tawhid, adl, nabuwwah and qiyamah. Additionally it will provide the students to understand that we share majority of these precepts with all Abrahamic faiths and with the ahl sunna. The module will also create a ground for the students to understand the traditional approach to the discipline in Shi’a Theology, which will help them to put future Theology modules in perspective.

Tawheed (Oneness of God)
Divine Justice (Adl)
Prophethood (Nabuwwah)
Leadership (Imamah)
Resurection (Ma’ad)
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The teacher for this subject is Mr. Abbas and the following text books will be covered:Copan, P. & Moser, P. K. eds., (2003) The Rationality of Theism, London: Routledge Dawkins, R., (2007) The God Delusion, London: Black SwanMutahhari, M., (2002). Understanding Islamic Sciences. London: ICAS
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Enrolled: 40 students
Duration: 10 hours
Lectures: 5
Video: 9 hours
Level: Advanced