The Author and his text:
The Nasafi Creed is a celebrated text in Islamic Sunni theology. It was authored by the erudite scholar and Imam of the sixth century Hijri, Umar Najm al-Din Umar al-Nasafi (537 AH). The text itself is profound and solidly compact. It was authored at a time when Sunni theology had been precipitated into the form it was to remain for the next five hundred years without perceptible change, therefore, making it an important textbook for students throughout the world and subsequently attracting many super-commentaries and glosses.
An overview of the text being covered:
Some of the main areas of kelam (philosophical theology) covered in the text:
Shams Tameez is a graduate from an Islamic seminary in the UK, Jamia Al-Karam. He then completed the Diploma programme at the Cambridge Muslim College. After which, he travelled to Turkey and Yemen for traditional studies. He then completed a Masters degree in Islamic Studies from SOAS University, London.
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