Hanbalism


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Preaching the divine origin of in reaction to mutazilism inspired by with VIIIE century, it Hanbalism who owes his name with Ahmed Ben Hanbal (-) which was the theorist. It constitutes the most rigorous form of .

Posterity

a theologist (mutakallim), and theorist of the right (usûlî) Taqiy Al-dîn Ahmad ibn ' Abd el-Halîm Ibn Taymiyah (Mr. /). This applicant of the school hanbalite with given in vogue wahhabism to XVIIIE century, which is an Islamic deviation of current hanbale.

This literal interpretation of remains of application in and with with XXIE century.

It should be noted that it salafism, related to , is also an interpretation of the school hanbalite.

 

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