A course on Angels, Jinn & Al Qadar
This is The Book, wherein there is no doubt, a guidance for the God-fearing who believe in the unseen. (Sūrat al-Baqarah, 2:2–3)
How does Islam view these creations of Allah? What are their characteristics? Learn about their fascinating world and begin to understand details about this amazing aspect of the Islamic creed.
Verily, We have created all things with qadr (divine preordainment). (Sūrat al-Qamar, 54:49)
Discover the relationship between free will and predestination, empower yourself with the correct arguments to resolve puzzling questions around this subject.
Western philosophy largely denies the unseen – this class will help you to respond to the arguments it presents against this and help you understand the true nature of these obligator pillars of Islamic faith.
Durban: 1-2 September2012 | Enrol here
Venue: UKZN, Howard College, TB Davis
JHB: 8-9 September 2012 | Enrol here
Venue: Wits Main Campus
Book now to avoid disappointment. Limited seats available.
Price: R395. Early bird special R350
Section 1: Belief in the Angels1. The position of other faiths towards the existence of Angels
2. The wisdom behind the creation of Angels3. Characteristics of the Angels4. The effects of belief in the Angels on the life of the Muslim
Section 2: Belief in the Jinn1. The position of other faiths towards the existance of the Jinn2. The Wisdom behind the Creation of the Jinn3. Al-Shayṭān (Satan)4. Characteristics of Jinn
Section 3: Belief in al-Qadar1. Definition of al-qadar2. The History of Innovation in al-qadar3. The Pillars of al-qadar4. Allah is the Creator of all things5. Wisdom behind the existence of calamities and sinfulness (in relation to the creation)6. Reasons sinfulness is allowed (with respected to the kāfir)7. Tawakkul8. Al-Tawfīq and al-khudhlān9. Can qadar be changed?10. Religion and predestination do not contradict11. Benefits of belief in al-qadar