Events

Zaytuna in Your Community: Shaykh Faraz Khan at the Islamic Community Center

Feb 23

time8:00pm - 12:00am

locationIslamic Community Center of Tempe, 131 E 6th St, Tempe, AZ 85281, United States

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2018-02-23 20:00:00 2018-02-23 0:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Zaytuna in Your Community: Shaykh Faraz Khan at the Islamic Community Center Characteristics of a Believer All believers comport themselves in certain ways that differentiate them from others. The characteristics they possess are from the traces of the Prophet ﷺ, the Messenger of Mercy, sent by Allah ﷻ as a "mercy to mankind." What are the key Prophetic virtues that make a Muslim distinct? How can we inculcate those virtues and overcome the obstacles that stand in our way of attaining them? This session will discuss the characteristics of a believer and the virtues they reflect, along with how we may strive to attain them in our daily lives in order to best reflect the Prophetic light and legacy. RSVP Form Here Islamic Community Center of Tempe, 131 E 6th St, Tempe, AZ 85281, United States Zaytuna College

Characteristics of a Believer

All believers comport themselves in certain ways that differentiate them from others. The characteristics they possess are from the traces of the Prophet ﷺ, the Messenger of Mercy, sent by Allah ﷻ as a "mercy to mankind." What are the key Prophetic virtues that make a Muslim distinct? How can we inculcate those virtues and overcome the obstacles that stand in our way of attaining them? This session will discuss the characteristics of a believer and the virtues they reflect, along with how we may strive to attain them in our daily lives in order to best reflect the Prophetic light and legacy.

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Speaker

Shaykh Faraz Khan

Faculty

Faraz A. Khan is a full-time faculty member at Zaytuna College. His specialty areas include Ashʿari and Maturidi philosophical theology (kalām), Hanafi jurisprudence (fiqh), prophetic tradition (ḥadīth), and logic (manṭiq). From 2004-2011, he resided in Amman, Jordan, where he studied traditional Islamic sciences with distinguished scholars, and received diplomas and teaching licenses (ijāzāt) upon completion. He has translated classical Arabic texts on theology, law, and ethics. He served as an instructor at the Qasid Institute, and also teaches for SeekersHub Global and the Deen Intensive Foundation.