SHAYKH FARAZ KHAN / DECEMBER 10-11, 2016 / 10AM - 4PM / COOPER CITY, FL
In a time where faith is challenged by scientism, skepticism, and the rise of New Atheism, the need for a firm understanding of Muslim creed has perhaps never been more important.
This two-day course will provide students the essentials of the theological foundations of Islam, including the attributes of God and the articles of faith, while also delving into the concepts of good and evil, predestination, Divine will, and more. There will be 4 sessions per day with time for questions and answers. Because each session builds upon the other, it is important for participants to attend the course in its entirety. Taught by a young scholar who has studied the Islamic traditional sciences with leading scholars of today and has also translated complex traditional texts, this is a course you will not want to miss.
SHAYKH FARAZ KHAN
Faraz A. Khan is a full-time faculty member and the Honor’s Program coordinator at Zaytuna College. He lived in Amman, Jordan, for several years, studying and teaching the traditional Islamic sciences, with a focus on Hanafi law and legal theory, theology, logic, hadith studies, and Arabic grammar. He also served as an instructor and academic advisor at the Qasid Institute. He is a faculty member and researcher for Seekersguidance, and has translated into English classical Arabic texts in Hanafi jurisprudence, Ash`ari and Maturidi theology, and logic.
Adults: $20 for both days (Lunch available for purchase)
Childcare: $10 per child each day (includes snacks/meals). Each additional child in a family is $5 per day.
Nur-ul-Islam Banquet Hall
10600 SW 59th St.
Cooper City, FL 33328
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org / 954.817.6986 / 305.219.6268