İmam Ebu Mansur el-Maturidi'nin Hayatı ve Eserleri

  title={İmam Ebu Mansur el-Maturidi'nin Hayatı ve Eserleri},
  author={Sıddık Korkmaz},
Imam al-Maturidi, living in the region of Mavaradunnahr is the founder of the Maturidism, one of the most important theological school among the Turks. Available sources do not have much information about his life. Maturidi developed Abu Hanifa’ s teaching in to a theological school. Unfortunately Maturisim is not known as Asharism. Maturidi was educated by Muhammad b. Mukatil al-Razi, Abu Nasr al-Iyazi, Nusayr b. Yahya al-Balhi and Abu Bakr Ahmad b. Ishak al-Cuzcani and he also taught to… 
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Two Images of Ibn Saba in the Historical and Heresiographical Literature

It seems that the nascent Shi‘ite movements exerted a deep impact upon Sayf Ibn ‘Umar in his description of the catastrophic events that took place during the caliphate of ‘Uthmā n and ‘Alī . His

The Contested Boundaries of Turkish Islam

  • Gokhan Bacik
  • Sociology
    Islam and Muslim Resistance to Modernity in Turkey
  • 2019
This chapter examines the historical evolution of Turkish Islam (i.e. the negotiations of Turks and the Islamic theological schools) by studying how Islam in Turkey has positioned itself in the