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'''Hadith''' is a term used in Islam to refer to the teachings, deeds, and sayings of the [[Prophet]] [[Muhammad]]. Like the Christian [[Gospels]], the Islamic Hadith is a compilation of oral reports and testaments of things the "followers" thought important to write down.  
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<blockquote class="definition">'''Hadith''' is a term used in Islam to refer to the teachings, deeds, and sayings of the [[Prophet]] [[Muhammad]]. Like the Christian [[Gospels]], the Islamic Hadith is a compilation of oral reports and testaments of things the "followers" thought important to write down. </blockquote>
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==Islamic Terms==
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==Notes==
  
 
Compare Hadith to [[Quran]].
 
Compare Hadith to [[Quran]].
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Latest revision as of 16:06, 23 May 2020

Hadith is a term used in Islam to refer to the teachings, deeds, and sayings of the Prophet Muhammad. Like the Christian Gospels, the Islamic Hadith is a compilation of oral reports and testaments of things the "followers" thought important to write down.

Islamic Terms

Islam > Absolute Essence, Al-Insan al-Kamil, Ascension, Dhat, Drug, Fana, Hadith, Infidelity, Last Days, Muhammad, Peace be upon them, Quran, Right Path, Sufism, Taubah, Tawajjuh

Notes

Compare Hadith to Quran.

Hadiths are the foundation of Islamic law though recently Muslim people have begun to challenge the authority of the Hadith in favor of direct reference to the Quran.