Well, if simple statements like these can boggle the minds of Barealvis, its easy to see why our Ulama have so greatly excelled them.Originally Posted by skeptic sunni
So simple to understand - as long as you have the basic capibilities required for it.Originally Posted by skeptic sunni
Fayd al-Bari is a great, unmatched book which has been praised and will inshallah be praised until Qiyamah.
Does a book being praiseworthy mean that it is free of mistakes?
If so, then the only book that could be classified as praiseworthy is the Quran!
Wow, u really have a comprehension problem!Originally Posted by skeptic sunni
Because the student wrote down the lesson of his teacher, the contents of the lesson are the students???
Then, you will say that the Quran should be attributed to the scribes who wrote down the wahi, as they are the ones who wrote it!
Maybe, I should take this last statement back, before a certain group starts saying the Deobandis say that it is the scribes who brought us the Wahi and not Nabi Sallallahu alaihi wasallam!!!
When the student slipped up in his recording of his teachers lesson, I suppose you will attribute the mistake to the teacher, even when the teacher has clearly stated to the contrary!Originally Posted by skeptic sunni
If u use logic like this, then you should also be saying that as the ahadith are attributed to Nabi (sallallahi alahi wasallam) inspite of them being compiled and preserved by the narrators who came later on, thus any mistakes made in the recording of the ahadith should - na'uzubillah- be also attributed to our Beloved Habib (sallallahu alaihi wasallam)!!!
Thats the logic of "your group"!
He who is cockeyed, will see double every where!Originally Posted by skeptic sunni