Further Thoughts on “The Halal of Muhammad Will be Halal Until the Day of Judgement”

Introduction: Statements and laws issued by the Prophet (and for that matter any another of the maʿṣūmīn) fall into at least three categories: Hukm Sharʿī (religious laws, laws of Islam): what was issued from him qua the Messenger of God, such as the issuance of the obligation of prayers and fasting. Hukm Wilāyī (governmental laws):Continue reading “Further Thoughts on “The Halal of Muhammad Will be Halal Until the Day of Judgement””

Can we use Reason to deduce religious law?

The fixed and changeable in Islamic Legislation (3) Click for Lesson 1, Lesson 2 بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم و صلی الله علی محمد و آله الطیبین الطاهرین This is a translation of lessons given by Ayatullah Sayyid Munīr al-Khabbāz attended in the year 2019-20. For the sake of comprehensibility, there has been additions, removals andContinue reading “Can we use Reason to deduce religious law?”

The authority of Reason in deducing religious laws

(Reading time: 15-20 min | Click here for Lesson 1) “The fixed and changeable in Islamic Legislation” (Pt 2) This is a translation of lessons given by Ayatullah Sayyid Munīr al-Khabbāz attended in the year 2019-20. For the sake of comprehensibility, there has been additions, removals and paraphrases. Original transcripts can be found here.

The Fixed and Changeable in Islamic Legislation (1)

(Reading time: 12-15 minutes | Difficulty: Moderate-Advanced) This is a translation of lessons given by Ayatullah Sayyid Munīr al-Khabbāz attended in the year 2019-20. For the sake of comprehensibility, there has been additions, removals and paraphrases. Original transcripts can be found here. I will also include comments and questions that have struck my incapable mindContinue reading “The Fixed and Changeable in Islamic Legislation (1)”