MAC eLearning Courses

Our courses are centered on well researched and authenticated topics, presented by well-grounded scholars and advocates of Islamic thought. Through the MAC E-Learning project you will become acquainted with a well-rounded approach to Islam. Topics such as Islamic manners, Islamic thought, spirituality and misconceptions with regards to pertinent and relevant topics will be addressed. Answers to many overlooked questions are also integrated as part of this learning experience.

Our courses are presented by a group of well-grounded scholars and advocates talking about well researched and authenticated topics.

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?

Understanding the Qur’an

Dr. Jasser Auda stresses that there is no other book in the world in which Allah is speaking. Even if you look at the books of the other originally heavenly religions in which there is a Prophet speaking. If you read the Bible, sometimes Jesus would say that God is saying this

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.

Course Series: Philosophy and its History: A Critical Revisiting from the Perspective of Islamic Philosophy—Advanced Reflections

In this series, Dr. Ahmed Abdel Meguid gives a broad introduction to philosophical thinking and the main questions with which the four main domains of philosophy (epistemology, metaphysics, ethics and aesthetics) have been concerned from its early emergence in Greek antiquity to the present

Course Series: Islamic Philosophy and the Fundamental Concepts of Modern Thinking (Advanced)

In this series, Dr. Ahmed Abdel Meguid tackles Islamic philosophy and the fundamental concepts of modern thinking such as Freedom and Capitalism

Introduction to the Fiqh of Zakah

Dr. Jasser Auda takes you to explore a variety of topics, the knowledge of which is necessary for every Muslim male and female. Why do we study Fiqh, in general, and the Fiqh of Zakah, in particular, is going to be highlighted here.

Freedom from the Perspective of Islamic Philosophy: A Critical History of an Ambiguous Concept

Dr. Ahmed Abdel Meguid answers the question: what does Islam have to say about freedom and coercion? This course investigates possible answers to these questions and more.

Capitalism and Consumerism: A New Critique from the Perspective of Islamic Philosophy

This course by Dr. Ahmed Abdel Meguid lays special emphasis on how Islamic philosophy can offer new ways of reconstructing our social, familial and individual choices against the many impasses corporate capitalism forced upon us

Introduction to Islamic Philosophy?

Dr. Ahmed Abdel Meguid gives a broad introduction to philosophical thinking and what is meant by Islamic/Arabic Philosophy