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Arabic Morphology

$100.00
12 Month H.I. Syed Mohsin Naqvi Beginner

Brief introduction of the Arabic word’s structure and how it is formed to indicate meanings, such as tense, number, gender etc. (the verb and the noun)

Contents:
– Definition of morphology and its advantages
– Word and its three types
– Main and additional letters
– Past tense verbs (definition, formation and meaning)
– Imperative tense verbs (definition, formation and meaning)
– Active and Passive Tense

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Arabic Syntax

$100.00
12 Month H.I. Syed Aqib Jaffry Beginner

This course covers the structure of sentences in Arabic, with emphasis on the verses of the Quran.

Contents:
– Definition of syntax and its advantages
– The Active participant (definition and important characteristics)
– Subject and predicate (definition and important characteristics)
– The Direct object (definition and important characteristics)

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Epistemology

$100.00
12 Month H.I. Shamshad Haider Beginner

Belief and Ideology are the sources and foundations of every valuable system; and every ideology gives form to an organization and affects the behavior of man whether consciously or unconsciously. Therefore the establishment of such a value system based upon the Islamic beliefs and ideology – which is counted as being abundant and perpetual in their resources – must be engraved upon the heart of man, so that it can offer its sweet fruit and bring forth the felicity of the two worlds.

Muslim scholars have developed the discipline of ‘ilm al-kalam (literally, the science of dialectics) to deal with topics pertaining to belief and doctrine, which are often lumped together under the head of “theology.” The tradition of theological discourse pertaining to matters of belief begins in the Qur’an itself. In fact, the greater part of the Qur’an deals with theological discussions pertaining to the nature and attributes of Divinity, the perfection of the system of creation, the role of justice in scheme of existence, the necessity of Divine guidance through prophets and scriptures, and the necessity of judgement and retribution and the pertinent details that go under the head of eschatology.

The Study of Islamic Theology at the Prehawza program comprises the following areas;

– The need of discussion of Religion
1 – Divine Worldview and Materialistic Worldview (explaining and describing the principal components)
2 – The criteria of the goodness of Worldview (being intellectual, innate and …)
3 – The advantages and personal & social effects of divine worldview

– Knowing God -meaning of God, ways of knowing God, innate (definition of innate and expressing the innate affairs)
1 – The study of the Nature -the argument of the Order- advantages of the argument of the Order and the psychological (i.e. spiritual) effects of noticing the order of the world- the attributed of God
2 – Reviewing the reasons provided by secular scholars
3 – Classification of the attributes (Proven, Negative, Essential, Active); Monotheism (Essence, Attributes, Acts)
4 – Life, Knowledge, Will, Power, Creator, Lordship, Deity, Divine justice
5 – Analyzing the opposite opinions on the argument of the Order
6 – Reviewing the Big Bang Theory and Evolution Theory

– Revelation and Prophecy
1 – The public Prophecy
a – Definition of revelation and prophecy; necessity of sending messengers; ways to identify the prophet (traditions from the previous prophets, miracles, a collection of evidences); characteristics of the Prophets (infallibility, knowledge of hidden things, capability on miracle, and …), a brief introduction to the Christianity and Judaism and their Holy Books
2 – The special Prophecy
a – Introduction of the Prophet of Islam PBUH&HP; the miracle of the Qur’an; other miracles; emphases of the previous prophets on the prophecy of the last Prophet PBUH&HP, seal of prophecy

– Imamate and leadership
1 – [Definition of Imamate (with a reference to the relationship between Imamate and Prophecy); necessity of Imamate; status of the Imam (interpretation of revelation and matching it with the conditions, perfect models of human being, social leader); characteristics of the Imam (infallibility, knowledge, and …); introduction of the infallible Imams PBUT; occultation and its philosophy; traditional reasons for the occultation of the twelfth Imam; the relationship of the Shiites with His majesty during the occultation; the successors of the Imam PBUH; characteristics and the rational reasons and rational clarification of the leadership of Faqih]

– Resurrection
1 – [What is resurrection; spiritual, ethical and social effects of believing in the resurrection; proving the Resurrection (reason of wisdom and reason of justice); the significance and status of resurrection in the Qur’an and the Islamic thought; life after death; middle-world (oblivion); Paradise and Hell]

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Ethics of Teaching and Learning

$100.00
12 Month H.I. Syed Aqib Jaffry Beginner

Introducing students to the general aspects of intellectual interaction and the decorum of seminary students.

Contents:

– Excellence of knowledge and the scholar
– Etiquettes and Responsibilities
A. Common between the teacher and student
B. Particular to the teacher

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Introduction to Islamic Philosophy

$100.00
12 Month H.I. Syed Aqib Jaffry Beginner

Objectives:
It is an introductory course about the Islamic philosophy and how does Islam deals with the problems which are related to the life, the universe, ethics and society.

Contents:
-Definition
-Importance of Islamic Philosophy

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Introduction to Jurisprudence

$100.00
12 Month H.I. Syed Aqib Jaffry Beginner

Objective:
It is an introductory course which makes the student familiar with the process of how does a jurist (Faqih) interprets the Qur’an and Sunnah and extracts a ruling.

Content:
What is Jurisprudence?
Who is a Jurist (Faqih)?

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Introduction to Logic

$100.00
12 Month H.I. Syed Aqib Jaffry Beginner

Introduction to Logic

The religion of Islam is rational and encourages Muslims to be rational. This course will train students on how to use their reason and form logical arguments.

Objectives: To become familiar with the terminologies and methodologies of Aristotelian logic and to see how it compares with modern logic.

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Introduction to Traditional Islamic Seminary

$100.00
12 Month H.I. Syed Aqib Jaffry Beginner

Objectives:
To become familiar with the history of the Hawza and its major figures, and how it compares and contrasts with other educational systems.

Contents:
– History of the Hawza
– Subjects taught in Hawza
– Development of the Hawza throughout the centuries

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Islamic Ethics (1)

$100.00
12 Month H.I. Haider Shirazi Beginner

Broadly speaking, the concept of “ethics” refers to any normative evaluation of acts. While some make a conceptual distinction between “morality” and “ethics,” based on a distinction between obligations of the “right” owed to other persons and the pursuit of the “good,” this entry will subsume under the term “ethics” both theories of moral obligation (to others, to God) and theories of the good, of virtue, or of cultivation of the self.

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Islamic Ethics (2)

$100.00
12 Month H.I. Syed Aqib Jaffry Beginner

Belief and Ideology are the sources and foundations of every valuable system; and every ideology gives form to an organization and affects the behavior of man whether consciously or unconsciously. Therefore the establishment of such a value system based upon the Islamic beliefs and ideology – which is counted as being abundant and perpetual in their resources – must be engraved upon the heart of man, so that it can offer its sweet fruit and bring forth the felicity of the two worlds.

Muslim scholars have developed the discipline of ‘ilm al-kalam (literally, the science of dialectics) to deal with topics pertaining to belief and doctrine, which are often lumped together under the head of “theology.” The tradition of theological discourse pertaining to matters of belief begins in the Qur’an itself. In fact, the greater part of the Qur’an deals with theological discussions pertaining to the nature and attributes of Divinity, the perfection of the system of creation, the role of justice in scheme of existence, the necessity of Divine guidance through prophets and scriptures, and the necessity of judgement and retribution and the pertinent details that go under the head of eschatology.

The Study of Islamic Theology at the Prehawza program comprises the following areas;

– The need of discussion of Religion
1 – Divine Worldview and Materialistic Worldview (explaining and describing the principal components)
2 – The criteria of the goodness of Worldview (being intellectual, innate and …)
3 – The advantages and personal & social effects of divine worldview

– Knowing God -meaning of God, ways of knowing God, innate (definition of innate and expressing the innate affairs)
1 – The study of the Nature -the argument of the Order- advantages of the argument of the Order and the psychological (i.e. spiritual) effects of noticing the order of the world- the attributed of God
2 – Reviewing the reasons provided by secular scholars
3 – Classification of the attributes (Proven, Negative, Essential, Active); Monotheism (Essence, Attributes, Acts)
4 – Life, Knowledge, Will, Power, Creator, Lordship, Deity, Divine justice
5 – Analyzing the opposite opinions on the argument of the Order
6 – Reviewing the Big Bang Theory and Evolution Theory

– Revelation and Prophecy
1 – The public Prophecy
a – Definition of revelation and prophecy; necessity of sending messengers; ways to identify the prophet (traditions from the previous prophets, miracles, a collection of evidences); characteristics of the Prophets (infallibility, knowledge of hidden things, capability on miracle, and …), a brief introduction to the Christianity and Judaism and their Holy Books
2 – The special Prophecy
a – Introduction of the Prophet of Islam PBUH&HP; the miracle of the Qur’an; other miracles; emphases of the previous prophets on the prophecy of the last Prophet PBUH&HP, seal of prophecy

– Imamate and leadership
1 – [Definition of Imamate (with a reference to the relationship between Imamate and Prophecy); necessity of Imamate; status of the Imam (interpretation of revelation and matching it with the conditions, perfect models of human being, social leader); characteristics of the Imam (infallibility, knowledge, and …); introduction of the infallible Imams PBUT; occultation and its philosophy; traditional reasons for the occultation of the twelfth Imam; the relationship of the Shiites with His majesty during the occultation; the successors of the Imam PBUH; characteristics and the rational reasons and rational clarification of the leadership of Faqih]

– Resurrection
1 – [What is resurrection; spiritual, ethical and social effects of believing in the resurrection; proving the Resurrection (reason of wisdom and reason of justice); the significance and status of resurrection in the Qur’an and the Islamic thought; life after death; middle-world (oblivion); Paradise and Hell]

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Islamic History (1)

$100.00
12 Month H.I. Syed Aqib Jaffry Beginner

Objectives:
The course discusses the history of the life of the Prophet Mohammad (S.A.W.W.) as well as the Ahl Al-Bayt (A.S.) that is the central to understanding the teachings of the Quran and the Ahadith.

Contents:

  • The Life of Holy Prophet PBUH&HP
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Islamic History (2)

$100.00
12 Month H.I. Assad Dharsi Beginner

Belief and Ideology are the sources and foundations of every valuable system; and every ideology gives form to an organization and affects the behavior of man whether consciously or unconsciously. Therefore the establishment of such a value system based upon the Islamic beliefs and ideology – which is counted as being abundant and perpetual in their resources – must be engraved upon the heart of man, so that it can offer its sweet fruit and bring forth the felicity of the two worlds.

Muslim scholars have developed the discipline of ‘ilm al-kalam (literally, the science of dialectics) to deal with topics pertaining to belief and doctrine, which are often lumped together under the head of “theology.” The tradition of theological discourse pertaining to matters of belief begins in the Qur’an itself. In fact, the greater part of the Qur’an deals with theological discussions pertaining to the nature and attributes of Divinity, the perfection of the system of creation, the role of justice in scheme of existence, the necessity of Divine guidance through prophets and scriptures, and the necessity of judgement and retribution and the pertinent details that go under the head of eschatology.

The Study of Islamic Theology at the Prehawza program comprises the following areas;

– The need of discussion of Religion
1 – Divine Worldview and Materialistic Worldview (explaining and describing the principal components)
2 – The criteria of the goodness of Worldview (being intellectual, innate and …)
3 – The advantages and personal & social effects of divine worldview

– Knowing God -meaning of God, ways of knowing God, innate (definition of innate and expressing the innate affairs)
1 – The study of the Nature -the argument of the Order- advantages of the argument of the Order and the psychological (i.e. spiritual) effects of noticing the order of the world- the attributed of God
2 – Reviewing the reasons provided by secular scholars
3 – Classification of the attributes (Proven, Negative, Essential, Active); Monotheism (Essence, Attributes, Acts)
4 – Life, Knowledge, Will, Power, Creator, Lordship, Deity, Divine justice
5 – Analyzing the opposite opinions on the argument of the Order
6 – Reviewing the Big Bang Theory and Evolution Theory

– Revelation and Prophecy
1 – The public Prophecy
a – Definition of revelation and prophecy; necessity of sending messengers; ways to identify the prophet (traditions from the previous prophets, miracles, a collection of evidences); characteristics of the Prophets (infallibility, knowledge of hidden things, capability on miracle, and …), a brief introduction to the Christianity and Judaism and their Holy Books
2 – The special Prophecy
a – Introduction of the Prophet of Islam PBUH&HP; the miracle of the Qur’an; other miracles; emphases of the previous prophets on the prophecy of the last Prophet PBUH&HP, seal of prophecy

– Imamate and leadership
1 – [Definition of Imamate (with a reference to the relationship between Imamate and Prophecy); necessity of Imamate; status of the Imam (interpretation of revelation and matching it with the conditions, perfect models of human being, social leader); characteristics of the Imam (infallibility, knowledge, and …); introduction of the infallible Imams PBUT; occultation and its philosophy; traditional reasons for the occultation of the twelfth Imam; the relationship of the Shiites with His majesty during the occultation; the successors of the Imam PBUH; characteristics and the rational reasons and rational clarification of the leadership of Faqih]

– Resurrection
1 – [What is resurrection; spiritual, ethical and social effects of believing in the resurrection; proving the Resurrection (reason of wisdom and reason of justice); the significance and status of resurrection in the Qur’an and the Islamic thought; life after death; middle-world (oblivion); Paradise and Hell]

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