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In Islam, Muslims believe in the existence of all of the creatures and realms that Allah has created.

“That is the Book, wherein is no doubt, a guidance for the God-fearing who believe in the unseen…” (2:1)

“I have been given permission to speak about one of the angels of God who carry the Throne. The distance between his ear-lobes and his shoulders is equivalent to a seven-hundred-year journey.” (Abu Dawud)

Taught by Shaykh Waseem Ahmed. Starting Saturday 4th March 10:20pm to 11:05pm, 10 Week Course in Manchester (Manchester Communication Academy, Silchester Drive, M40 8NT).

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Introduction
This unit is suitable for all levels, from absolute beginners and new Muslim to advanced students.

In this unit you will study a classical text of Islamic Theology (Aqida), The Resplendent Pearls (Al-Fara’id Al-Hisan) to explore core Islamic beliefs about matters of the unseen including.

In an age of information, Muslims face many challenged about their faith and beliefs. Although the basis of Islam is revelation, there is a growing need to rationalise our beliefs to effectively present them to the wider world as the ultimate truth.

Therefore, along with analysing the scriptural basis for these doctrines in the Quran and Sunnah, you will evaluate an array of rational responses to answer septics.

Unit Aims
To introduce key Islamic doctrines pertaining to the Unseen.
To provide a scriptural basis for learned doctrines.
To understand rational justifications for these beliefs.

What will I learn?
You will learn about a variety of topics including:

Destiny, Divine Power, and Freewill
Resurrection and Judgement Day
Levels of Paradise and Hell
The World of Angels and Jinn
The World of Barzakh
Miracles and Sainthood

What will I achieve?
By the end of this unit, you should be able to:

Explain central tenets of faiths;
Evaluate a range of rational proofs for key beliefs;
Describe the Islamic view of the Unseen.
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