A Summary Of Islamic Jurisprudence (2 Vol Set) By Dr. Salih Al-Fawzan
Author: Dr. Salih Al-Fawzan
Pages: 546 & 826
Size: 8.3 x 11.7 inches
Publication Year: 2009
About This Book:
Dr. Salih Al-Fawzan's "A Summary of Islamic Jurisprudence will take you on an insightful excursion through the intricacies of Islamic statute. This two-volume series offers an exhaustive manual for the ideas and uses of Islamic regulation, providing perusers with an intensive comprehension of the fundamental thoughts that direct all parts of Muslim life. Dr. Al-Fawzan, a recognized Islamic master, improves on convoluted lawful standards, making this work a helpful asset for understudies, researchers, and anybody looking for an explanation of Islamic law.
Islamic Jurisprudence's Foundations
The principal volume of this assortment digs into the major thoughts that administer Islamic law. Dr. Salih Al-Fawzan completely researches the beginnings of Islamic regulation, the job of agreement (ijma), relationship (qiyas), and jurisprudential thinking standards (usul al-fiqh). This book lays out the establishment for an exhaustive handle of how Islamic legitimate decisions are produced and applied.
Application of Islamic Jurisprudence
The subsequent volume develops the past volume's establishments by zeroing in on the real use of Islamic statute. Dr. Al-Fawzan investigates specific areas of regulation, like family regulation, criminal regulation, business exchanges, and others. Each part dives into the Islamic legitimate viewpoint, furnishing perusers with an unmistakable and comprehensive comprehension of the ideas that manage all components of day-to-day existence.
Personal Status in Relation to Family Law
Research the intricacies of Islamic family regulation, including marriage, separation, and legacy. Dr. Al-Fawzan gives an exhaustive clarification of the legitimate ideas that oversee family connections, guaranteeing that perusers get a nuanced comprehension of Islamic statutes in private status issues.