He was taught by Ibn Taymiyya and Al-Dhahabi. Upon completion of his studies he obtained his first official appointment in , when he joined an inquisitorial commission formed to determine certain questions of heresy. In he was made preacher khatib at a newly built mosque in Mizza, the home town of his father-in-law. In , he rose to a professorial position at the Great Mosque of Damascus. He died in February AH in Damascus.
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He was taught by Ibn Taymiyya and Al-Dhahabi. Upon completion of his studies he obtained his first official appointment in , when he joined an inquisitorial commission formed to determine certain questions of heresy.
In he was made preacher khatib at a newly built mosque in Mizza, the home town of his father-in-law. In , he rose to a professorial position at the Great Mosque of Damascus. He died in February AH in Damascus. He was buried next to his teacher Ibn Taymiyya. He states that: People have said a great deal on this topic and this is not the place to expound on what they have said. Many Sunni Muslims hold his commentary as the best after Tafsir al-Tabari  and it is highly regarded especially among Salafi school of thought.
His tafsir gained widespread popularity in modern times, especially among Western Muslims, probably due to his straight approach, but also due to lack of alternative translations of traditional tafsirs. Henri Laoust regards it primary as a philological work and "very elementary".
Norman Calder describes it as narrow-minded, dogmatic and sceptical against the intellectual achievements of former exegetes. His concern is limited to rate the Quran by the corpus of hadith and is the first, who flat rates jewish sources as unreliable, while simultaneously using them, just as prophetic hadith, selectively to support his prefabricated opinion.
Otherwise, Jane Dammen McAuliffe regards this tafsir as, deliberately and carefully selection, whose interpretation is unique to his own judgement to preserve, that he regards as best among his traditions.
It is an alphabetical listing of the Companions of the Prophet and the sayings that each transmitted, thus reconstructing the chain of authority for each hadith. Within the Islamic literary corpus it is highly regarded for its great extent and range, and has been widely translated.
Abridged edition available in English. First printed in Cairo — ; several Arabic editions; Unavailable in English. Classified under fiqh divisions. Commentary on Sahih Al-Bukhari ; unfinished work. The ahkam - large volume on Laws up to the Hajj rituals ; unfinished work. Mawlid "Celebrating the Birthday of the Holy Prophet".
NOTE: Many books listed here remain unpublished.
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Faumi It was clear tafssir him asshur the lack of ijtihad tasfir grave consequences. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. He was a teacher at Zaytuna all his life. Preferring a solitary hadith over a rational deduction based on context would be problematic. Muslims at Work South Africa. He positioned himself as a bridge between the classical Islamic legal heritage and the needs of a modern world.
Muhammad at-Tāhir ibn ʿĀschūr
Dule Dollar Euro Pounds Sterling. Tafsir works can broadly be categorized by its affiliated Islamic schools and branches and the era it was published, classic or modern. Please improve this article by removing excessive or inappropriate external links, and converting useful links where appropriate into footnote references. Articles containing Arabic-language text All stub articles. By logging in you ibh be able to manage your alerts and have more features, or you can create an account. His references to the great works of law are respectful, but he does not hesitate to point out shortcomings. In contrast, the return of generations to Medina to assess the meaning of a statement shows the importance of understanding context.
Muhammad al-Tahir ibn Ashur