Do you know of any who is similar to Him? (i.e. Asmaa
was-Sifaat) " [19:65]"
We have looked at Tawheed and its categorisations. This helps
us to understand Tawheed more fully. In the next lesson (Lesson 5) we will look
at, How to Understand the Names of Allaah. In other words we are
filling in this gap in the speech aspect of the heart. We have
already looked at the Attributes of Allaah so looking at the Names
will complete the area of Tawheed ul-Asmaa was-Sifaat. The lesson after that
(Lesson 6) that we will look at Tawheed ul-Uloohiyyah. In other
words we will be filling in the gap in the actions aspect of the
heart. Then after that, we will have a break for a week in which we will
not cover anything new, but just revise the previous three lessons (4, 5 and
How is our discussion of Tawheed related to Eemaan?
Mention the two divisions of Tawheed according to Ibn
al-Qayyim and explain each one?
Give the three categories of Tawheed as commonly
understood by the Salaf and explain what each one is about?
Give some examples of how these categorisations are
actually mentioned in the Quran.
Why is this categorisation NOT an innovation?
What did the pagans of Makkah already accept and affirm
with respect to Allaahs Tawheed? Quote three verses along with
references to prove this.
Give an example of when a word can be used in the
linguistic sense and in the Shareeah sense and how they can have
different meanings and applications.
Quote three verses along with their references that
explain the call of the Messengers and explain precisely what this call
Give some examples of groups whose call is NOT to
Quote a verse, with its reference which contains a
description of all three categories of Tawheed.
1st December 1997