MAC eLearning Courses

The Law of Tests and Trials (Sunan al-Ibtilaa’)

This course by Dr. Amjad Qourshah is an attempt towards answering one of the most important questions in our lives: Why do we face difficulties and hardships in our lives even though we believe in Allah and obey Him?

Introduction to Islamic History

In this course, Dr. Jasser Auda introduces Islamic history based on the definition of Islam as the original disposition (fitrah) of all creation and the faith of all prophets, messengers and their followers from the time of Adam to the time of Muhammad

The Qur’anic Generation: Companions of the Prophet (S)

Dr. Khurram Khan follows the journey of many of the first generation of Companions (the Sahabah) and what their lives can teach us. Today, people are looking for role-models, and we have manufactured artificial superheroes and characters to fill this human desire.

Misconceptions about the Marriage of Aishah (RA)

Dr. Jamal Badawi refutes all allegations and clarifies all distortions about the Prophet’s marriage of Aishah (RA). Besides age, what are the requirements that should be considered for marriage?

Women and the Mosque

By design, this course by Dr. Jasser Auda delivers deep insight into Islam and women. The aim is to provide a holistic approach so we do justice to this topic and our women.

The History of Revivalists in Islam

Sh. Aboughoda will take you through this journey to learn about some of the most influential reformers throughout history. This includes King Nūr ad-Dīn Zinky, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Sheikh Abdul Hamid bin Badis

Misconceptions about the Prophet’s Marriages & Polygamy

According to Dr. Jamal Badawi, there are prevalent and widely-circulated misconceptions about the position of polygamy in Islam. Indeed, Islam does allow for the practice, but it is not the norm, rather monogamy is.

Misconceptions about Women in Islam

Dr. Jamal Badawi highlights the fact that Islam stresses the dignity of the human whether he or she is with faith or without faith; this dignity applies to women as much as it applies to men. All are given the divine breath

Islamic Manners

Sh. Aboughoda stresses that interacting with others with good manners means to put them at ease the way that Islam recommends us to, doing so is not just an important part of our religion and lifestyle, but also makes our social life more pleasant.

How to Prepare Yourself for Marriage?

This course, by Dr. Abdalla Idris Ali, delves into the different practical and traditional considerations one should make before making the commitment to get married. The best way to prepare for marriage is to see

A Journey to God – Ibn Ata’s Words of Wisdom

With Dr. Jasser Auda, we embark on a spiritual journey to our Lord. Our teacher is a scholar who mastered the knowledge of the apparent and the knowledge of the soul. He is Ibn Ata, Master, Imam, and Shaykh Ibn Ata-Allah al-Sakandari