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Seven pillars of Ismailism 2. Other Shia concepts of Aqidah. Many schools of Islamic theology expressing different views on aqidah exist.
Any religious belief system, or creed, can be considered an example of aqidah. However, this term has taken a significant technical usage in Muslim history and theology, denoting those matters over which Muslims hold conviction.
It is a branch of Islamic studies describing the beliefs of Islam. According to Muslim scholar Cyril Glasse, “systematic statements of belief became necessary, from early Islam on, initially to refute heresies, and later to distinguish points of view and to present them, as the divergences of schools of theology or opinion increased.
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The “first” creed written as “a short answer to the pressing heresies of the time” is known as Fiqh Akbar and ascribed to Abu Hanifa. The six articles of faith or belief, derived from the Quran and Sunnah Arkan al-Iman are accepted by all Muslims.
While there are differences between Shia and Sunni Islam and other different schools or sects concerning issues such as the attributes of God or about the purpose of angels, the six articles are not disputed. The sixth point made it into the creed because of the first theological controversy in Islam.
In Sunni and Shia view, having Iman literally means having belief in the six articles. Tawhid “doctrine of Oneness” is the concept of monotheism in Islam. A creature cannot be worshiped.
According to Islamic belief, Allah is the proper name of God, and humble submission to aqkda will, divine ordinances and commandments is the pivot of the Muslim faith. Iman, in Islamic theology denotes a believer’s faith in the metaphysical aspects of Islam.
Salat is the practice of formal worship in Islam. Its importance for Muslims is indicated by its status as one of the Five Pillars of Islam, with a few dispensations for those for whom it would be difficult. People who find it physically difficult can perform Salat in a way suitable for them.
In the terminology of Islamic lawsawm means to abstain from eating, drinking including water and sexual intercourse from dawn until dusk. The observance of sawm during the holy month of Ramadan is one of the Five Pillars of Islambut is not confined to that month.
Zakat is the practice of charitable giving by Aqlda based on accumulated wealth and is obligatory for all who are able to do so. It is considered to be a personal responsibility for Muslims to ease economic hardship for others and eliminate inequality. The Hajj is an Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca and the largest gathering of Muslims in the world every year. It is one of the five pillars of Islam, and a religious duty which must be carried out by every able-bodied Muslim who can afford to do so at least once in his or her lifetime.
Jihad to struggle and literally means to endeavor, strive, labor to apply oneself, tahasiyya concentrate, to work hard, to accomplish. It could be used to refer to those who physically, mentally or economically serve in the way of God. Eschatology is literally understood as the last things or ultimate things and in Muslim theology, eschatology refers to the end of this world and what will happen in the next world or hereafter. Eschatology covers the death of human beings, their souls after their bodily death, the total destruction of this world, the resurrection of human souls, the Last Judgment of human deeds by God after the resurrection, and the rewards and punishments for the believers and non-believers respectively.
The places for the believers in the hereafter are known as Paradise and for the non-believers as Hell. Muslim theology is the theology and interpretation of creed aqidah that derived from the Qur’an and Hadith. The contents of Muslim theology can be divided into theology proper such as theodicyeschatologyanthropologyapophatic theologyand comparative religion.
In the history of Muslim theology, there have been theological schools among Muslims displaying both similarities and differences with each other in regard to beliefs. There are many schools of Kalam, the main ones tahawkyya the Ash’ari and Maturidi schools in Sunni Islam.
For the Atharis, the “clear” meaning of the Qur’an and especially the prophetic traditions have sole authority in matters of aqjda, as well as law, and to engage in rational disputation, even if one arrives at the truth, is absolutely forbidden. They do not attempt to rationally conceptualize the meanings of the Qur’an and believe that the real meanings should be consigned to God alone tafwid.
They believe that in human life there is both free will and predestination. They observe the following extra pillars:.
They also reduced the divine attributes to the divine essence. Many Muslim scholars have attempted to explain Islamic creed in general, or specific aspects of aqidah. The following list contains some of the most well-known literature.
Bosniak “Book of the Science of Conduct” lists 54 religious duties that each Muslim must know about, believe in, and fulfill. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the story of the binding of Isaac, see Binding of Isaac. For East African administrators, see Akida. Five Pillars of Islam. Shahada Salah Sawm Zakat Urud. Other schools of theology. Profession of faith Prayer Fasting Alms-giving Pilgrimage. aqqida
Schools of Islamic theology. Retrieved 22 December New Encyclopedia of Islam Revised ed. Retrieved 14 March Sourcebook of the World’s Religions: An Interfaith Guide to Religion and Spirituality. Faran Foundation, Denny, An Introduction to Islam, 3rd ed.
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Halverson, Theology and Creed in Sunni Islam. Cambridge University Press,pp. Quran Sunnah Hadith Tafsir Seerah.