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Jum’ah Lecture Starts: 2:15 PM
Foundations of Faith
When Allah announced to the angels that He was going to create a vicegerent on earth, the angels asked Allah why He would create another type of being. The angels had already observed the jinn creating mischief and spreading evil and were concerned that human beings would do the same. Allah simply stated that He knows of what they know not. After creating the first human being, Allah then taught Adam (Allah bless him and grant him peace) the names of all “things.” Allah created another being to teach us. The ability to learn makes humans Allah’s greatest creation.
This course is designed to teach the essentials of Islam that every Muslim needs in order to live his or her life in accordance with the teachings of the Quran and Sunnah.
Foundational Course Overview:
Qur’an: Introduction to the sciences of the Qur’an and its contextual Tafseer for our times, firmly based on classical sources.
Hadith: Introduction to Hadith sciences and commentary of selections from popular Hadith collections, such as Sahih al-Bukhari.
Aqeedah: Islamic belief and theology, with emphasis on Tawheed, Sifaat (attributes) of Allah Most High, and Islamic eschatology.
Fiqh: Islamic jurisprudence relating to purification, salah, zakat, and fasting, with special focus on contemporary issues.
Seerah: Life of the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him and grant him peace).
Adab: Introduction to Islamic character and social etiquettes, focusing on developing praiseworthy character traits.
Only 50 spots available!
3 hours every Saturday, starting January 9th, 2016.
12 Hours: Seerah
12 Hours: Fiqh
3 Hours Adab
3 hours Aqeedah
3 Hours Qur’an
3 Hours Sunnah
Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Tuition: $100 per student
Venue: Darul Arqam Institute
5365 Five Forks Trickum RD
Lilburn, GA 30047 United States
The class is open to both brothers and sisters.
Babysitting will be provided!
If you will need babysitting please let us know in the comment section of the registration form.
Mufti Samir Wahid tells the story of Moses (may peace be upon him) at Masjid Suffah on Saturday, October 24, 2015.
Please join us for an evening of ilm and insight this Friday at Darul Arqam Institute at 6:30 PM, inshaAllah.
We will discuss the virtues of the month of Muharram, which marks the New Year on the Islamic calendar. A brief introduction will also be provided for our two new classes on Tafseer and Hadith. We look forward to seeing you all tomorrow evening.
Darul Arqam Institute is excited to announce two new classes for women.
Taught by Alimah Rumsha Karim, Tafseer classes will focus on the meanings, teachings, and understanding of the Quran. Emphasis will also be placed on deriving practical lessons from the Quran, such that students can bring these lessons into their daily lives.
Tafseer classes will be held every Friday following the hadith class.
Taught by Alimah Aasiya Khan, Hadith classes will examine one of the most famous compilations, “The Forty Hadith” of Imam Nawawi. This collection comprises the essential and fundamental concepts of Islam that every Muslim is required to know and understand.
Hadith classes will be held every Friday at 6:30pm.
Sunday, October 4, 2015 at 4:00 PM
Darul Arqam Institute was started to serve the community as a masjid and as an educational Institute. Due to lack of Islamic educational institutes, especially for sisters. We would like to invite you to an Eid potluck, and open house to discuss the programs we intend to offer that would be beneficial for the community.
Come and join us and bring others as we discuss how we all can increase our knowledge, empower our Imaan with a short talk, and enjoy an Eid feast together.