Talbis Iblis (The Devil’s Deception)

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Talbis Iblis (The Devil’s Deception)
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A one-day comprehensive course on Talbis Iblis (The Devil’s Deception) by Dr Mohammed Akram Nadwi.


This course is part of Diploma in History of Sufism & Introduction to Classical Spirituality Texts This text enumerates many of the mechanisms and modus operandi used by the devil in deceiving and leading mankind away from the Straight Path.

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A one-day comprehensive course on Talbis Iblis (The Devil’s Deception) by Dr Mohammed Akram Nadwi.

This course is part of Diploma in History of Sufism & Introduction to Classical Spirituality Texts series.

Talbis Iblis (The Devil’s Deception) Abu’l-Faraj ibn al-Jawzi (d597H)

This text enumerates many of the mechanisms and modus operandi used by the devil in deceiving and leading mankind away from the Straight Path. It is of particular value and importance because only by unearthing and accentuating some of the traps of the devil, can mankind avoid them as well as navigate others away from falling prey to his harm. Speaking about the devil and his plotting, the author wrote that, “he was only able to do so while creeping during the night of ignorance. Had the dawn of knowledge shone on him, he would have been exposed. Thus I decided to warn from his plots for identifying evil is a form of warning from it.”

Venue

Room CC G.04
University of East London
Stratford Campus
Water Lane
London E15 4LZ

Parking Instructions

Free Parking  : On Campus and On street

 

Date

22nd Oct 2016

Timings

9:30 am to 6:30 pm

 

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This course is part of the Diploma in History of Sufism & Introduction Classical Spirituality Texts.

For further information please check:

http://www.cambridgeislamiccollege.org/course/diploma-in-history-of-sufism-and-introduction-to-classical-spirituality-texts/ 

 

 

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