Aqidah and Tawhid forms the basis of our belief in the oneness of Allah Almighty. It is the foundation and pillars upon which our Islamic faith is built. The five pillars of Islam, the six articles of faith – it is a forgone conclusion that this should be deeply bounded in our heart and faith, and embellished within us, in our character and our devotion and worship of Allah Almighty.
If your basis – your foundation – of Islam is not as strong as it can be, it is integral to your faith to learn the basics of our deen – of Aqidah and Tawhid – and all it encapsulates.
Understanding the Attributes of Allah Almighty is incumbent upon us, upon all Muslims, for it builds within us the necessary foundations of Islam and gives us the fuel to learn more, to strengthen our faith in our Journey through Islam, towards Jannah Insha’Allah.
In this course Ustadh Muhammad Salleh will explain the various tenets of the faith with a commentary of the poem by Imam Marzuqi over 6 lessons. You will complete the course with a solid foundation in understanding what it means to be Muslim, Insha’Allah.
This course will embrace the unique and powerful teaching methodology of the esteemed and great scholar, Shaykh Ahmad al-Marzuqi al-Maliki, who used a poem as the driver in outlining what constitutes our creed (Tawhid). It covers all the foundations and pillars of the Islamic faith.
Due to its rhyming scheme but also its clarity and depth, it is memorized and taught in major schools and other institutions of learning all over the world, from the Middle East, to Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and even the West.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Understand the tenets of faith.
Understand the 6 pillars of faith in details.
Develop a clear understanding of the important events from the life of Prophet Muhammad P.B.U.H
Teacher: Ustadh Muhammad Salleh Al-Azhari
Medium of Instruction: Arabic/English
Text:Aqidat ul Awam
Online Platform: Zoom
Duration: 6 Lessons
This course is open to all, ages 16 and above. No knowledge, exposure or familiarity to Islamic knowledge required. At the end of the course participants can expect to have a solid foundation on Islamic faith.