Committing sins and îmân

Discussion in 'Aqidah/Kalam' started by absalih, Jan 18, 2011.

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  1. absalih

    absalih Active Member

    Imam al A’zam Abu Hanifah (Rah) stated in his ‘Fiqh
    al-Akbar’
    "We do not proclaim any Muslim an unbeliever on
    account of any sin, however great, unless it be that he
    regards his sin as permissible. Nor does he forfeit the
    name of belief; we continue to call him a believer in
    essence. It is possible to be a sinful believer without
    [FONT=&quot]being an unbeliever"[/FONT]
     
  2. ottoman

    ottoman Veteran

    Committing grave sins and persisting in committing them may lead a person to kufr (disbelief) and result in dying without îmân.
     
  3. ottoman

    ottoman Veteran

    Do committing sins and persisting in committing them cause people to lose their îmân (faith)?
     

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