A Māturīdite theologian and jurisprudent who flourished in the turn of the thirteenth century, al-Nasafī is best known for his jurisprudential textbooks and a creed that became subject to a number of commentaries by subsequent generations of theologians.
KeywordsLecture Note Nineteenth Century Major Part Strong Influence Systematic Treatise
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