Upon successful completion of the course students are able to:
-remember the historical conditions of Islamic law training and the creation of Islamic law schools
-identify the boundaries between human speech as to the rendition of divine revelation and the interpretation of divine law
-analyse the major Muslim legal schools and their individual differences
-make the transition from the past to today and to be aware of the current problems in the implementation of Islamic law (Sharia) in Muslim and non-environments.
Course Content (Syllabus)
Monitoring the systematization of Muslim theology by the major law schools of Sunni and Shiite Islam. Understanding the function of Islamic law, the role of divine revelation and human speech.