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D Student in State Islamic University of North Sumatera UINSU , Medan, Indonesia Corresponding Author: Amroeni Derajat Abstract: Islamic theology is one of the branches of Islamic science which is born before the fifth century of the hijriah and is a branch of science that is quite important for learners who learn about Islam which discusses the basic principles of Islam itself, even though this branch of science is in the treasures of classical sciences is the branch of science that is most attacked and forbidden. This science is better known in the Islamic world with the name of science kalam, the science of usuluddin, the science of monotheism or the science of aqeedah. All theological scholars agree that the Qur'an is the main source. The difference of opinion between them is on the interpretation of some of the verses of the Qur'an. Differences in interpretation are very possible because they have different methodologies for interpreting them. Keywords: theology thought; Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan Date of Submission: Date of acceptance: I. Azra tries to prove in his book, The Theological Context in Indonesia: Islamic Experience, that the Indonesian Islamic community experienced a shift in understanding of Islamic theology.
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Further, every group that fell outside of the mainstream Muslim community participated, in one way or another, in fabricating traditions in order to legitimize their own positions. In addition to fabrications, alterations in contexts and alternative interpretations emerged in this period.
It seems that reinvention or alteration to the contexts of prophetic traditions played a significant role in influencing sectarian principles, even if they cannot be compared with fabrications or ungrounded interpretations. This article examines several traditions that exist in the sources of both schools and enable us to trace transitivity. Narrative transitivity and context alterations primarily occurred from the end of the second century and the beginning of the third century until the first half of the fourth century.
This argument corroborates many parallel studies. While identifying these transmitters, studying the chains of transmissions in alternative sources seems to be as useful as analyzing the texts of the traditions. Ultimately, the present article claims that following four essential questions whereby this issue can be answered through certain transmitter categorization: This article tentatively asserts that the narrations can be influential to examine the fairness of the transmitter.
The argument at this point is that most of the time there is no possibility of a meeting personally among transmitters and critics munaqqid to have taken place.
The reliability position or ethnic background of the subject transmitters are also discussed here and some conclusions are attained. Hicri 3. This article aims at defining in which period The rise of such records in the 3rd century hijri necessitates to approach the question in the context of the social, political and intellectual debates of that period.
Apparently, he located the dying of hair and beard, which he considered a rejuvenated sunna, as a way of non-violent resistance towards the government. Writings as a Form of Opposition: The evolution of early Islamic literature cannot be explained merely by scientific reasons.
Indeed, each work is a product of the social, political, scientific, and economic frame of its time. Both movements opted to write relevant works in a similar manner to take aim at their opponents; accordingly, they compiled the points that condemned their opponents or their assumptions in separate works.
Ilahiyat Studies, Attributive Adjectives Nisbas more. Determining the early centers of Islamic disciplines and the relations among them would fill many gaps within the history of Islamic scholarly disciplines in general and of hadith in particular. However, there is no widely accepted However, there is no widely accepted methodology for identifying these centers, the nature of scholarly journeys rihlas , or the relationship between political actors and the rise of cities.
Nor is there a consensus on the questions of what kinds of sources can serve as the basis for such inquiries and of how they can best be used. This article argues that centers of Islamic learning and rihla destinations can be determined through nisbas attributive adjectives— adjectives denoting origin, profession, intellectual affiliations, etc.
Since 's, these studies took a much more scholarly form in terms of both source Since 's, these studies took a much more scholarly form in terms of both source utilization and writing style. However, the fact that these studies are not undertaken in a definite framework of a programme or a project is a crucial problem. In addition, they share some characteristic drawbacks as well. TALID,