Sha’rani’s Etiquette of the People of Allah

Sha’rani’s Etiquette of the People of Allah Part 6: On Respecting the Mosque and the Prophet (s)

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Brief bio on Imam Sha’rani: He was known for his works in exegesis of the Qur’an as well as his numerous hadith writings. One of the more famous of the latter is his “Tahqiq”, a compendium of both the hadith evidences used by the Hanbali school of jurisprudential thought and a work of comparative law (Arabic: فقه Fiqh). He is said to have been a precocious child who allegedly made his first speech at the age of ten (attended by a crowd of 50,000), and authored his first book at the age of thirteen.

Sha’rani’s Etiquette of the People of Allah Part 5: General Conduct with Teachers and Others

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Points covered in this talk:
1) Preserving the Qur’an 2) Having respect for teachers e.g. – Not to walk in front of them – Not to ride an animal while teacher is walking 3) Not to study with the intention of becoming a Shaykh 4) To not curse the leader 5) To be unaware of people defects 6) Constantly reconciling between people 7) Feeling hurt when wrong is taking place

Sha’rani’s Etiquette of the People of Allah Part 3: Harms of Fame

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Brief bio on Imam Sha’rani: He was known for his works in exegesis of the Qur’an as well as his numerous hadith writings. One of the more famous of the latter is his “Tahqiq”, a compendium of both the hadith evidences used by the Hanbali school of jurisprudential thought and a work of comparative law (Arabic: فقه Fiqh). He is said to have been a precocious child who allegedly made his first speech at the age of ten (attended by a crowd of 50,000), and authored his first book at the age of thirteen.