al-Faṣl fī al-milal wa-l-ʾahwāʾ wa-l-niḥal
Ibn Ḥazm, ʿAlī ibn Aḥmad, 994‒1064
This book sheds light profoundly on the dogmas of the non-Muslim people, such as those who worship water and sun, Christians, Indian wise men and pagans. It also shows the views of the Islamic sects like Muʿtazilites, Ǧahmiyya, Qadariyya. It is very bold work concerning its criticizing the views of the non-Sunni sects relying upon the Quran and the Traditions of the prophet.
➥ Early work
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