Aqeeda, Fiqh, Usul, and Hadith

Aqeeda (or aqida) (Arabic: عقيدة‎) is Islamic creed. It is a branch of Islamic studies describing the beliefs of Islam.

Islam, Iman, Ihsan

From the hadith of Jibreel (عليه السلام) we learn basic concepts about Islam, Iman, and Ihsan.
In terms of their sciences, fiqh pertains to Islam, aqida pertains to Iman, and tasawwuf pertains to Ihsan.

Aqida Articles:


Ash’ari Fundamentals | A Brief Critique on Ibn Taymiyyah’s Tawhid – Refutation of the 3 tawhids

Who is God? – Basic Creed – Attributes of the Creator

An Explanation of the Hadith, ‘Where is Allah?’ – Sh. Saeed Fodeh

Fiqh and Usul Articles