Fiqh of Hadith: A Holistic Approach

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Dr. Jasser Auda
Last Update June 23, 2022
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Dr. Jasser Auda
President of Maqasid Institute Global

COURSE OVERVIEW

This course offers an introduction to the topic of the Fiqh or a deep understanding of the hadith of the Prophet (peace be upon him).

It presents a general framework for the steps to be followed in the correct and holistic approach, namely, to survey the Qur’an for relevant verses, to check the authenticity of the chain of narrators as well as the content, to gather all the other related narrations in one context, and finally to make holistic and integrated conclusions.

A number of case studies are presented and explained in the areas of public affairs, family law, women in Islam, and the relationship between Islam and previous scriptures.

Curriculum

10 Lessons1h 30m

Unit 1 – Introduction

Unit 2 – The Correct Approach to the Fiqh of Hadith

Unit 3 – Hadiths on Public Wealth Policy

Unit 4 – Hadiths on Dealing with Rulers

Unit 5 – Hadiths on Child Custody Rules

Unit 6 – Hadiths on the Child of Adultery

Unit 7 – Hadiths on Women’s Leadership

Unit 8 – Hadiths on Women Praying in the Mosque

Unit 9 – Hadiths on Stages of Creation

Unit 10 – Hadiths on Adam and Eve

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Dr. Jasser Auda

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Professor Jasser Auda is a scholar of Islamic legal theory, especially the higher purposes (maqasid) of the Islamic law. He is the President of Maqasid Institute Global, a think tank registered in the USA, UK, Malaysia and Indonesia, a Visiting Professor at the Centre for the Study of Islam at Carleton University, Canada, a Visiting Professor at the Rule of Law Institute, Faculty of Law, Loyola University Chicago, and Al-Shatibi Chair for Maqasid Studies at the International Peace University in South Africa. He is a Founding and Board Member of the International Union for Muslim Scholars, an Executive Member of the Fiqh Council of North America, a Member of the European Council for Fatwa and Research, and a Fellow of the Fiqh Academy of India. He has a PhD in the philosophy of Islamic law from the University of Wales, UK, and a PhD in systems analysis from the University of Waterloo, Canada. Early in his life, he memorized the Qur’an and undertook traditional studies at the Study Circles of Al-Azhar Mosque in Cairo, Egypt. He worked previously as a professor at the universities of Waterloo and Ryerson in Canada, Alexandria University in Egypt, Faculty of Islamic Studies, Qatar, American University of Sharjah, UAE, and University of Brunei Darussalam, Brunei. Professor Auda lectured on Islam and its law in dozens of countries, and wrote 25 books in Arabic and English, some of which were translated to 25 languages.’
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