Shari'ah: Declaration of Independence

Interrogative Imperative Institute

Shari'ah: A Muslim's Declaration of Independence puts forth a set of arguments that, in effect, maintain that many of the traditional ways of looking at the idea of Shari'ah or Islamic law

are problematic and have mis-construed Islamic law in legal terms rather than as natural principles governing the way the universe operates in accordance with Divine purposes.

Choices and Description

An exploration into a variety of ideas concerning traditional understandings of sacred law and shari'ah. This book introduces a new way of approaching the nature of shari'ah -- a way that pays close attention to the guidance of the Qur'an and the character of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Anyone who is tired of the rigidity, dogmatism, and oppressiveness entailed by many facets of theologically and ideologically driven interpretations of Quranic guidance will find much on which to constructively reflect throughout the pages of Shari'ah: A Muslim's Declaration of Independence.

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