Lecture 7: The Names of Grandeur - 99 Names of Allah Series

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99 Names of Allah (Asma’ Al-Husna) Series by Dr Gasser Hathout

Lecture 7: The Names of Grandeur.  This lecture finishes the discussion of the examples of the Names of Beauty, and then moves to give examples of the Names of Grandeur and Magnifgicance, focusing on Al-Jabbar and Al-‘Aziz.

This lecture series introduces the viewer to the Divine Names, or al-Asma’ Al-Husna, of Allah SWT, as a springboard for further study.  It has two components: an “intellectual” component, and a “spiritual” component. The intellectual component tackles the foundational questions of how we know that here are Divine Names, how do we know how many they are, and where does the list of names (that perhaps hangs on our wall at home) come from?  The spiritual component then explores the possible purpose behind the Divine Names, and introduces the viewer to the classification scheme posited by some of the scholars, and then takes some examples of Divine Names from each category of the classification to explore their spirituality and beauty.  Along the way, nuances of the Arabic structure are explored, as well as the differences between similar names, and what those differences may imply.

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Lecture 7: The Names of Grandeur


Question 1 of 3

1. Which Surah in this lecture mentions taking disbelievers as friends and seeking honour among them?

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Question 2 of 3

2. Which name has the power to erase one’s sin from existing anymore?

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Question 3 of 3

3. How do we reconcile the negative connotation in Al Jabbar with the mightiness and grandeur of Asma al Jalal?

Question 3 of 3

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