July 23rd, 2-6pm @ AIC Chicago
The question of authority has always been a challenge for Muslims. In contrast to the unambiguous guidance of the Prophet (upon him be peace) concerning faith and belief, his instruction on accessing the Will of God in his absence was much less clear. Cancelled due to tragic event!
July 1, 2017
Let’s face it; it’s about being hungry. In spite of much insightful commentary on prayer and connection to the Qur’an being the true purpose of the holy month, in our minds, and if not, certainly in our stomachs, hunger remains the most salient feature of Ramadan
Ubaydullah Evans on June 4, 2017
Ilm al-Kalām, the term applied to theology in classical Islam, occupies an interesting place in our history. Much more than law (fiqh), its intellectual counterpart, theology became the focus of the nascent Islamic civilization’s conversation with the world around it. .
Ubaydullah Evans on April 14, 2017
When the Prophet Muhammad moved from Mecca to Medina, he declared that the Muslims and the rest of the inhabitants of his new home constituted an ummah. This is explicitly, not implicitly, laid out in the so-called Constitution or Ṣaḥīfah of Medina.
Dr. Sherman Jackson on January 3, 2017
The Qur’ān emphatically declares, “…but perhaps you dislike something and it is good for you; and perhaps you love a thing and it is bad for you. And Allah knows and you know not.”
Dr. Muneer Fareed
Dr. Sherman Jackson
Ustadh Ubaydullah Evans
Ustadha Zaynab Ansari
November 30, 2016