Prohibition of Explaining the Quran by mere Opinion
Should Qadr be discussed?
The Quran abrogates all the previous scriptures
This Universe must have a Creator
Who is Khidr?
The Islamic Aqeedah (faith) is as essential for man as air and water. Without this Aqeedah, he is lost and confused. Who is our Creator? What are His Names and Attributes? Why did He create us? What is our relationship to the Creator? Who are Angels? What is their role in human life? How should we believe in the Angels? What was the message of all the Prophet and Messengers? What happens after death? What are the signs of the Hour? What does it mean to believe in Predestination? Is everything including the actions of the slaves pre-decreed by Allah? Does man have freedom of choice?
Only by studying the Aqeedah based purely upon the Quran and the Sunnah can one correctly answer these essential questions. The Prophet (sallallahu alaihe wa-sallam) said, "Knowledge is acquired by studying." [Silsilatul-Ahaadeeth as-Saheehah]
With this video lecture series, you will study the basics of your Aqeedah with Shaikh (Dr.) Abdullah al-Farsi, who has studied many books under senior students from the Islamic University of Madeenah, and has been encouraged by them to teach the books of Aqeedah in English. Amongst the major scholars who know him are Shaikh Saaleh aal-Shaikh and Shaikh Saleh ibn al-Fawzan. He was known to Shaikh Ibn Baaz (rahimahullah) and has an honorary tazkeeyah (recommendation) from Shaikh Badiuddin Shah Sindhi (rahimahullah).
Shaikh (Dr.) Abdullah al-Farsi has been active in the field of dawah since 1980, mostly in America and Europe, and he has taught many Aqeedah books in Kuwait. He has an extensive personal research on books of Tafseer, explanations of Hadith and the writings of Shaikh ul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah (rahimahullah).
This set of four DVDs contains over six hours of video lectures explaining the six pillars of faith. Each lecture is made more interesting and informative with attractive graphical illustrations and concise eye-catching sub-titles that keep you focused on the subject under discussion.