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Chapter Quiz

Introductory
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Question 1

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The record of Muhammad's teachings and acts, contained in literary form.

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Hadith

Correct

 

Umma

Incorrect

Muhammad's Sunna as Perfect Pattern for Muslim Life, page 145.

Qur'an

Incorrect

Muhammad's Sunna as Perfect Pattern for Muslim Life, page 145.

Kitāba

Incorrect

Muhammad's Sunna as Perfect Pattern for Muslim Life, page 145.

Rihla

Incorrect

Muhammad's Sunna as Perfect Pattern for Muslim Life, page 145.






Question 2

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Two respected collections of scholarly research of hadith which were held over all others because they contained traditions that had survived the most rigorous tests of authenticity.

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Kitāba

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Muhammad's Sunna as Perfect Pattern for Muslim Life, page 146.

Rihla

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Muhammad's Sunna as Perfect Pattern for Muslim Life, page 146.

Sahīh

Correct

 

Umma

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Muhammad's Sunna as Perfect Pattern for Muslim Life, page 146.

Matn

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Muhammad's Sunna as Perfect Pattern for Muslim Life, page 146.






Question 3

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What has always been a powerful force in establishing authenticity in faith and practice, especially for the majority Sunni community?

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Formal law

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The Sharī'a as Islam's Supreme Authority, page 149.

Precedent

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The Sharī'a as Islam's Supreme Authority, page 149.

Customs

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The Sharī'a as Islam's Supreme Authority, page 149.

Personal opinion

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The Sharī'a as Islam's Supreme Authority, page 149.

Consensus

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Question 4

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The collective name for the four sources of jurisprudence—Qur'an, Sunna (using hadith), consensus, and analogical reasoning.

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Fatwā

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The Sources of Jurisprudence (Usūl Al-Fiqh), page 151.

Usūl Al-Fiqh

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'Ulama'

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The Sources of Jurisprudence (Usūl Al-Fiqh), page 151.

Qiyās

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The Sources of Jurisprudence (Usūl Al-Fiqh), page 151.

Muftī

Incorrect

The Sources of Jurisprudence (Usūl Al-Fiqh), page 151.






Question 5

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The office and institution that would govern the Muslims, at least in a symbolic sense, for several centuries after the death of Muhammad.

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'Ulama'

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Political Authority in Islam, pages 151-152.

Party of Ali

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Political Authority in Islam, pages 151-152.

Usūl Al-Fiqh

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Political Authority in Islam, pages 151-152.

Caliphate

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Fatwā

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Political Authority in Islam, pages 151-152.






Question 6

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The Shi'ite idea of the imam (or caliph) was that he was an infallible guide who acts as intermediary between God and the Muslims. How did the Shi'ite view appointment to this office?

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Hereditary, established by the Prophet himself

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Elected by peers

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Political Authority in Islam, page 152.

Elected by the community (the umma)

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Political Authority in Islam, page 152.

Selected by a process of consensus

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Political Authority in Islam, page 152.

Appointed by the Rightly Guided Caliphs

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Political Authority in Islam, page 152.






Question 7

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The Muslim group which sees themselves as the main body of the umma, with leaders who should be selected by a process of consensus.

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Caliphs

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Political Authority in Islam, page 153.

Imami

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Political Authority in Islam, page 153.

Sunnis

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Umayyad

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Political Authority in Islam, page 153.

Shi'ites

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Political Authority in Islam, page 153.






Question 8

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When did the caliphate end?

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900

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Political Authority in Islam, page 154.

Around 1000

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Political Authority in Islam, page 154.

1258

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Political Authority in Islam, page 154.

After World War I

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After World War II

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Political Authority in Islam, page 154.






Question 9

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Blind imitation which came to take the place of ijtihād, independent legal decision making, in Muslim legal and theological discourse.

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Ijma'

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Political Authority in Islam, page 154.

Jihad

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Political Authority in Islam, page 154.

Mujtahid

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Political Authority in Islam, page 154.

Hadith

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Political Authority in Islam, page 154.

Taqlīd

Correct

 






Question 10

Type: 
Multiple Choice

The term for "exertion" in the way of God. Muhammad taught that there are two forms: a lesser one and a greater one. The lesser one is armed conflict against the enemies of Islam and the Muslims. The greater one is each Muslim's struggle with her or his own sins and temptations in the venture of living Islamically.

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Hadith

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Political Authority in Islam, pages 154-156.

Jihad

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Sunna

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Political Authority in Islam, pages 154-156.

Ijma'

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Political Authority in Islam, pages 154-156.

Usūl Al-Fiqh

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Political Authority in Islam, pages 154-156.







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