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 Post subject: Re: Abrogation bibliography
PostPosted: 02 Mar 2010, 07:38 
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Found yet another great resource. It stands firmly on the notion that the definition of نسخ has changed. It also quotes Shah Waliullah and Al-Jabri then refutes a number of cases.

It also tells the titles of Shaekh Muhammad Al-Ghazaali's book against abrogation, it's نظرات في القرآن. And we learn that the famous author Muhammad Abu-Zahra also rejected abrogation in his book, مصادر الفقه الإسلامي, not to leave out Muhammad Al-Khudary, who also refuted all cases of abrogation.

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 Post subject: Re: Abrogation bibliography
PostPosted: 11 Mar 2010, 05:08 
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2. A short American Muslim article whose author has a Western name. It seems matter-of-factual and logical.

No wonder, he's a Professor of Mathematics at the University of Kansas, and the author of a number of excellent books about Islam. He's a convert from atheism.

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 Post subject: Re: Abrogation bibliography
PostPosted: 11 Mar 2010, 05:35 
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According to this article, the following are additional books we can look into.


من الكتب المطبوعة المصنفة قديماً في الناسخ والمنسوخ:
الناسخ والمنسوخ في القرآن، لأبي جعفر النحاس (ت 328 هـ).
الإيضاح لناسخ القرآن ومنسوخه، لمكي بن أبي طالب (ت 407 هـ).
الناسخ والمنسوخ، لأبي منصور عبدالقاهر البغدادي (ت 429 هـ).
الناسخ والمنسوخ في القرآن الكريم، لأبي بكر محمد بن عبدالله بن العربي (ت 543 هـ).
مناهل العرفان في علوم القرآن للزرقاني، طبعة دار الحديث.

ومن المؤلفات الحديثة المطبوعة في موضوع النسخ:

نظرية النسخ في الشرائع السماوية، لشعبان محمد إسماعيل.
دراسات في الإحكام والنسخ في القرآن الكريم، لمحمد حمزة.
الأدلة المطمئنة على ثبوت النسخ في الكتاب والسنة، لعبدالله مصطفى العريس.
الآيات المنسوخة في القرآن الكريم، للدكتور عبدالله بن محمد الأمين الشنقيطي.

وهناك مقالات وبحوث في مجلات عن هذا الموضوع ومنها:
النسخ في القرآن الكريم، للشيخ عبدالله الشبانة في مجلة البحوث الإسلاميَّة، العدد 29 ص 207 إلى ص 277.
النسخ في الشريعة حقيقته والحكمة منه، لعمر السّردي في مجلة الحكمة، العدد التاسع ص 157 إلى ص 221

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 Post subject: Re: Abrogation bibliography
PostPosted: 11 Mar 2010, 05:43 
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According to this post on another forum, this is another book we can look into which refutes all abrogation claims,

الرأي الصواب في منسوخ الكتاب للأستاذ جواد موسى محمد عفانة

In fact, its three subtitles are:

الآيات المنسوخة رفعها الله تعالى لفظا وحكما
لا منسوخ في القران الكريم بتاتا
حكم الرجم منسوخ يقينا

He also mentions another name who is anti-abrogation: Dr. Ahmad Hijaazi As-Saqqa,

الدكتور أحمد حجازي السقا

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 Post subject: Re: Abrogation bibliography
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Linguistic wrote:
Found yet another great resource. It stands firmly on the notion that the definition of نسخ has changed. It also quotes Shah Waliullah and Al-Jabri then refutes a number of cases.

Thank you for the great resource!

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 Post subject: Re: Abrogation bibliography
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Linguistic wrote:
Pragmatic wrote:
A short American Muslim article whose author has a Western name. It seems matter-of-factual and logical.

No wonder, he's a Professor of Mathematics at the University of Kansas, and the author of a number of excellent books about Islam. He's a convert from atheism.

Great information! Thanks.

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 Post subject: Re: Abrogation bibliography
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Linguistic wrote:
According to this article, the following are additional books we can look into.

Excellent finds, in the quoted post and the post after it.

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 Post subject: Re: Abrogation bibliography
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Linguistic wrote:
الرأي الصواب في منسوخ الكتاب للأستاذ جواد موسى محمد عفانة

This seems like a book worth getting.

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 Post subject: Re: Abrogation bibliography
PostPosted: 15 Apr 2010, 19:07 
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Linguistic wrote:
And Abd-ul-Muta`aal Al-Jabri,

ومنها: "النسخ في الشريعة الإسلامية كما أفهمه" للشيخ عبد المتعال الجبري،
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وقد قام برد كل ما اقترحه الجبري في كتابه لإنكار النسخ، الدكتور محمد محمود فرغلي، صاحب كتاب: "النسخ بين الإثبات والنفي" في خلال اثنتي عشرة صفحة وأجاد في ذلك فليرجع إليه من شاء

I managed to get a hard copy of Al-Jabri's book. It is the second edition, which the author says adds to the first edition rebuttals to those who reacted to the first edition. The title of the 2nd edition book is الناسخ و المنسوخ بين الإثبات والنفي (with the original title shown) and this seems to be a take on the above mentioned writeup by Farghali.

The publisher is Wahba Bookstore in Cairo, and the book was published in 1987 while the first edition was published in 1961.

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 Post subject: Re: Abrogation bibliography
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I got a copy of the first edition of فتح المنان في نسخ القرآن by Ali Hasan Al-Areedh, supervisor of preaching at Al-Azhar. It is dated 1973 and is published by Al-Khanji Bookstore مكتبة الخانجي in Egypt.

He dedicated the book to "every free Muslim, protective of his religion, lover of the Quran and the truth, wanting to research and read for knowledge." I could've used that as dedication for readers of this forum :)

He stated repeatedly in the book that abrogation cannot be claimed without an authentic proof from the Quran or the Sunna. Yet, he goes on to find five cases in which he asserts are abrogation cases, though he cannot furnish proof, only interpretation!

After finishing reading the book, it was obvious to me that Al-Areedh was struggling throughout his four-year study and throughout the pages of the book to reconcile his gut feeling that no abrogation exists in the Quran and the prevailing opinion of the scholars that it does. Many times he sounded like he was reassuring himself more than he was reassuring the reader.

He finishes his book saying the following,
وهذا ماثبت نسخه من آيات القرآن الكريم عندي واقتنعت به بعد وضوح الأدلة وظهور البراهين التي دلت عليها، وبقي القرآن الكريم محكما ثابتا أمام المعاندين والملحدين "لا يأتيه الباطل من بين يديه ولا من خلفه تنزيل من حكيم عليم"ـ

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