The Four Imams Their Lives Works And Their Schools Of Thought By Muhammad Abu Zahra
Author: Muhammad Abu Zahra
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2005
About This Book:
Muhammad Abu Zahra's "The Four Imams: Their Lives, Works, and Schools of Thought" is an illuminating outline of the lives and profound commitments of the four incredible imams — Imam Abu Hanifa, Imam Malik, Imam Shafi'i, and Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal. Abu Zahra unwinds the traditions of these conspicuous characters with insightful profundity and verifiable understanding, giving perusers full information on their lessons and the continuous impact of their different ways of thinking.
Imam Abu Hanifa, the Kufa Jurist
The book starts by jumping into Imam Abu Hanifa's life and jurisprudential achievements, featuring his job as the organizer behind the Hanafi school. Abu Zahra researches the sociopolitical setting of Kufa during the early Islamic time, as well as the diligent legitimate thinking establishments laid out by Imam Abu Hanifa.
The Scholar of Madinah, Imam Malik
This part portrays the life and insightful tradition of Madinah's popular legal adviser, Imam Malik. Abu Zahra plunges into Imam Malik's remarkable technique for aggregating the Muwatta, stressing the significance of the Medina way of thinking in Islamic regulation.
The Reviver of Usul al-Fiqh, Imam Shafi'i
Abu Zahra takes perusers on a visit through Imam Shafi'i's life, digging into his job in restoring the ideas of Usul al-Fiqh (legitimate hypothesis). The creator reveals insight into Imam Shafi'i's scholarly accomplishments and the underpinning of the Shafi'i school, which is noted for its precise way of dealing with Islamic regulation.